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The Engineer 1894/08/10

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Main Subjects

  • Contents, p 127.

  • Description of Twin Screw Propellers With Adjustable Immersion Fitted on Canal Boats - By Henry Barcroft, p 134.
  • Design of Mail Steamers for War Purposes - By J. H. Biles, p 129.
  • Maxim's Flying Machine, p 130. (Illustrated).
  • Notes on the Strength of Framed Structures as Affected by Elasticity - By C. F. Findlay, p 117.
  • New United States Cruiser - Minneapolis, p 121 and 131. (Illustrated).
  • Sixth International Congress on Inland Navigation, p 125.
  • Yates and Thom - Portsmouth Electric Suppply, p 119 and 122. (Illustrated).

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