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The Engineer 1926/07/09

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  • Contents, p 39

Main Subjects

  • A Portable Asphalt Plant, p 46 (Illustrated)
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 27
  • British Patents, p 51 (Illustrated)
    • Telefunken Gesellschaft (Berlin) - Improvements in or relating to radio and the like receivers operating on the heterodyne principle.
    • Dubilier Condenser Co (1925) - Improvements in or relating to vacuum tube electric devices.
    • Batteries - Improvements in or relating to electrodes for alkaline accumulators.
    • J. A. M. Hawadier (France) - Improvements in and relating to valves for wireless telegraphy and telephony.
    • Siemens and Halske - Improvements in or relating to electric furnaces.
    • G. E. Heyl - Recovery of Tin and Solder from scrap
    • C. E. Greener - Crucible melting furnaces
    • Richard Mack (Berlin) - Improvements in or relating to electric welding machines
    • Sir A. Herbert and Mr P. V. Vernon - Coal-pulverising machines
    • S. Milne - Paper pulp beating machines
    • J. J. V. Armstrong - Improvements in or relating to the transformation of polyphase into single-phase alternating current
  • Editorial, p 39 - p 40
    • Locomotive Boilers
    • The Burden of Research
  • French Engineering Notes, p 51
    • The Trade Situation
    • Colonial Machinery
    • Shipbuilding
    • Russian Trade Negotiations
    • Iron and Steel Production
  • Geared Diesel Locomotive for the Russian State Railways, p 34 - p 35 and p 38 (Illustrated)
  • South African Engineering Notes, p 46 - p 47
    • The Kalahri Desert
    • A Steel Research Station
    • Newcastle Blast-furnace
    • New Railway Works
  • Specifications for Brass Bars, p 47
  • The Coming-of-age of the University of Sheffield, p 32 - p 33 (Illustrated)
    • New Engineering Research Laboratories
    • The New Metallurgical Laboratories
    • Sir Robert Hadfield
  • The 'Industrialisation' of the Belgian State Railways (No. II), p 31 - p 32
  • The Moffat Railway Tunnel, U.S.A. (No. II), p 28 - p 30 (Illustrated)

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