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The Engineer 1926/07/16

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  • Contents, p 65

Main Subjects

  • British Patents, p 77 (Illustrated)
    • R. Haddan - High-compression engines.
    • Felten and Guilleaume(Germany) - An improved pressure-resisting casing for the accommodation of the coils for submarine cables.
    • Dr Heinrich Koneman (Germany) - Method of converting electrical into acoustic energy without inertia
    • W. Hulsebos (Holland) - Bearings.
    • Boving and Co - Hydraulic air-inspiring plants.
    • G. H. Aktiengesellschaft (Germany) - Preserving wood by impregnation.
    • Dubilier Condenser Co (1925) - Improvements in and relating to electrical resistance devices and method of making same.
    • G. M. Wright and R. N. Vyvyan - Improvements in and relating to the reception of pictures in copying-telegraphy and television.
    • G. E. Heyl - Cement and lime burning.
    • E. Kempter and Sons and W. Hoyle - Cleaning the machine wire of paper-making machines.
  • Contracts, p.78
  • Death, p 65
  • Editorial, p 65 - p 66
    • Man and Machines
    • The Legibility of Power Station Instruments
  • Electrically Operated Refrigerators, p 62
  • French Engineering Notes, p 77
    • The Franc and Trade
    • The Alsace Canal
    • Rail Union
    • The Old Suspension Bridge
    • Tin plates
    • The Dockers' Strikes
  • Inland Navigation and Water Power Exhibition at Basle, p 57 - p 58
    • Heavy Machinery
  • Launches and Trial Trips, p 75

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