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Transactions - American Society of Civil Engineers
Cover title: Jan. 1876-Jan. 1877, Journal Issued Nov. 1873-Dec. 1895 under same cover with the Society's Proceedings Vols. 29-30 include papers of the International Engineering Congress, Chicago, 1893; v. 54 includes papers of the International Eng

Transactions - American Society of Civil Engineers
Cover title: Jan. 1876-Jan. 1877, Journal Issued Nov. 1873-Dec. 1895 under same cover with the Society's Proceedings Vols. 29-30 include papers of the International Engineering Congress, Chicago, 1893; v. 54 includes papers of the International Eng

N

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF

CIVIL ENGINEERS

INDEX TO TRANSACTIONS VOLUMES

I to

LXXXIII

(1867 to 1920)

Prepared under direction of the

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS by

Elbert M. Chandler Acting Secretary

PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 33 West 39th Street,

1921

New York

SUBJECT INDEX AUTHOR INDEX Titles

are

in

Index, of

papers,

of

in

addition

publication

cerning

when

given

quotation marks.

the

is

to

-

Page

-

Page 129

with

the

11

the

also

publications

volume

given.

herein

s\S5

and

For

name,

author's

For each entry in

the

page,

general

indexed

see

Subject

the

data

year

con-

page

5.

.

PUBLICATIONS INDEXED IN THIS VOLUME

Contents.

Form and approximate date

Volume. Papers.

0-32

I

Q-S

391

Separate papers, 1867-1871. ^Separate

33-81

II

426

{

[

82-105

Ill

of publication.

Pages.

4-18

and

Monthly

(33-57),

1872 IJ 71-73;

Transactions,

Nov., 1873

1873-April, 1874.

[Monthly \

papers

Transactions,

Mav,

1874-

Mar., 1875.

1874

IV

106-115

336

V

116-131

426

VI

132-152

364

1877. 1877

Monthly Transactions,

Apr. -Dec.

1875. 1875

Jan. -Dec.,

1876. 1876

VII..

..

153-174

422

1878. 1878

VIII.

..

175-188

380

1879. 1879

IX

189-213

462

1880. 1880

X

214-231

392

1881. 1881

XI

232-252

436

1882. 1882

XII....

253-271

478

1883. 1883

XIII..

272-296

481

1884. 1884

297-317

606

1885. 1885

/318-335 \336-348

498 402

Jan. -June, 1886.

349-361

389

Jan. -June,

362-373

329

July-Dec, 1887, 1887

XVIII.

374-392

317

Jan. -June, 1888. 1888

XIX...

393-401

312

July- Dec,

1888, 1888

XX....

402-417

286

Jan. -June,

1889, 1889

XXL.

.

418-430

613

July-Dec, 1889, 1889

.

431-441

424

Jan. -June, 1890, 1890

XIV.

.

.

.

XV.,..

XVI

.

XVII

.

.

XXII.

.

July-Dec, 1886.

1886

1887, 1887

.

.

PUBLICATIONS INDEXED IN THIS VOLUME

Contents. 0)

Form and approximate

Volume. Papers.

XXIII.

C

date of publication.

Pages.

Monthly

July- Dec, 1890. 1890

442-460

370

XXIV...

461-482

563

Jan.-June, 1891. 1891

XXV.

483-518

728

July-Dec, 1891. 1891

519-534

700

Jan.-June, 1892. 1892

XXVII..

535-571

688

July-Dec, 1892. 1892

XXVIII.

572-603

462

Jan.-June, 1893. 1893

XXIX.

604-632

736

633-686

723

Oct.-Dec, 1893 1893

687-713

660

Jan.-June, 1894. 1894

714-741

543

July-Dec, 1894. 1894

XXXIII..

742-753

617

Jan.-June, 1895. 1895

XXXIV..

754-769

568

July-Dec, 1895. 1895

XXXV...

770-782

519

XXXVI..

783-796

617

Dec, 1896 1896

XXXVII

797-808

578

June, 1897 1897

XXXVIII

809-818

461

Dec,

XXXIX..

819-832

704

June, 1898. 1898

XL

833-841

580

Dec,

XLI

842-852

649

June, 1899. 1899

XLII

853-864

572

Dec,

XLIIL...

865-877

619

June, 1900. 1900

XLIV....

878-887

504

Dec,

XLV

888-897

645

June, 1901. 1901

.

.

XXVI

XXX

.

.

.

.

.

.

XXXI.

XXXII

.

.

.

.

Transactions,

"

Volume

"



July-Sept., 1893 1893

July,

1896 1896

1897. 1897

1898. 1898

1899. 1899

1900. 1900

PUBLICATIONS INDEXED IN THIS VOLUME

Contents.

Form and approximate

Volume. Papers.

XLVI...

898-910

582

XLVII

.

911-915

449

XLVIII.

916-930

588

XLIX...

931-941

382

L

942-955

522

LI

956-968

474

LII

969-977

567

LIII

978-987

520

LIV

988-997

554

LIV

.

.

1-17

509

LIV(B).,

18-30

513

LIV

.

31-44

579

LIV(D)..

45-59

604

LIV(E)..

60-74

617

LIV

75-96

572

998-1013

467

LVI

1014-1025

492

LVII

(A)

.

(C)

.

(F)

.

LV

.

1026-1037

544

LVIII...

1038-1050

568

LIX

1051-1061

581

LX

1062-1076

595

1077-1091

575

1092-1098

564

LXI.

.

LXII.

.

.

.

.

date of publication.

Pages.

Volume

Transactions,

Dec.

.. .

PUBLICATIONS INDEXED IN THIS VOLUME

Contents.

Form and approximate date Papers.

of publication.

Q-3

Pages.

Volume Transactions

LXIII...

1099-1104

433

LXIV.

.

1105-1117

592

Sept., 1909. 1909

LXV....

1118-1130

533

Dec., 1909. 1909

LXVI...

1131-1142

510

Mar., 1910. 1910

LXVII

1143-1149

635

June, 1910. 1910

LXVI 1 1

1150-1159

485

Sept., 1910. 1910

LXIX...

1160-1166

441

Oct.,

1910. 1910

LXX....

1167-1178

480

Dec,

1910. 1910

LXXL..

1179-1189

454

Mar., 1911. 1911

LXXIL.

1190-1193

600

June, 1911

LXXIIL

1194-1202

511

Sept., 1911. 1911

LXXIV.

1203-1215

530

Dec.,

1911. 1911

LXXV..

1216-1238

1198

Dec,

1912. 1912

LXXVI

1239-1280

2263

Dec, 1913 1913

Lxxvn.

1281-1312

1926

Dec,

LXXVIII

1313-1334

1581

June, 1915. 1915

LXXIX.

1335-1351

1495

Dec,

1915. 1915

LXXX..

1352-1378

2261

Dec,

1916. 1916

LXXXI

1379-1402

1838

Dec,

1917. 1917

Lxxxn

1403-1425

1737

Dec,

1918. 1918

LXXXIII

1426-1462

2425

.

.

.

June, 1909. 1909

Dec,



8

1911

1914. 1914

1920.

1919 1920

The numbers of the papers given in the second column of the foregoing table are not used in either the Subject or Author Index, the references in each being to the volume and page. In the Subject Index the year of publication is added. Papers Nos. to 57 (inclusive) were published separately at irregular intervals, and their collection in volumes is arbitrary.

Beginning with Paper No. 58 (Nov., issued in

monthly numbers;

this

1873),

form

the Transactions were was discon-

of publication

tinued with Paper No. 769 (Dec, 1895). Since Jan., 1896, papers have been published in monthly numbers of Proceedings in advance of the date of their presentation to the Society, and the volumes of Transactions (beginning with Vol.

XXXV

and with Paper No. 770) have been made up of these papers and the discussions to which they have given rise.

Parts A, B, C, D, E, and F of Vol. LIV contain the papers and discussions presented at the International Engineering Congress held under the auspices of the Society, at St. Louis, 1904.



SUBJECT INDEX ADDRESSE.s;

ACCIDENTS. "

— to

I,

(1883).

tion, at Buffalo, N. Y., June 10th, D. J. Whittemore. XIII, 159. Presidential Address at the Annual vention, at Deer Park, Md., June 1885. Frederic Graff. XIV. 227. Presidential Address at the Annual vention, at Denver, Colo., July 2d, Henry Flad. XV, 499. Presidential Address at the Annual vention at the Hotel Kaaterskill,



to workmen and others on Elevated Railway improvements. LXXXII, 740 (1918). Bridge accident. XXXVII, 9 (1897). Failure of bridges. XXI, 47 (1889). "Federal Investigations of Mine Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.) LXX, 190

Analysis of

Manhattan



.

York, July 2d, 1SS7. then. XVII, 1.

(1910).

in





"Some Peculiar Railroad Bridge Boggs,

(With



Re-

."

(1875).

."

J.

XLV,

Discussion.)

I.

446

(1901).

"The Failure

of the Ashtabula Bridge." VI, 74. (1877). Discussion, VI, 85, 195, 231.

Charles Macdonald.

ACCOUNTS.



215

(1876).

Discussion,

V,

1886.

Con-

New

Mendes Cohen.

Craighill.

XXXI,

555.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at the Hotel Pemberton, Hull, Mass., June 19th. 1895. George S. Mori-

330.

"Road Construction and Maintenance: Cost Records and Reports :" An Informal Discussion. Nelson P. Lewis and others.

LXXVII,

Con-

William B. Wor-

roe, Va., June 8th, 1892. XXVI, 535.



V,

24th,

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Chicago, 111., August 4th, 1893. William Metcalf. XX VII I. 301. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at the Cataract House, Niagara Falls, N. Y., June 20th, 1894. Wm. P.

"Notes on the Classification of Railroad and the Analysis of Railroad Rates." Gratz Mordecai. XVIII, 62 (1888). "On Railroad and Returns." William P. Shinn,

1884.

Con-

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June Thomas C. Keefer. XIX, 55. 2Sth, 1888. Presidential Address at the Annual (IJonvention at Seabright, N. J., June 21st, XX, 233. 1889. Max J. Becker. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Cresson, Pa.. June 26th, 1890. William P. Shinn. XXII, 359. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Chattanooga. Tenn., May 22d. 1891. O. Chanute. XXIV, 397. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Hygeia Hotel, Fortress Mon-

a New Method of Detecting Overstrain Iron and Other Metals, and on its Application in the Investigation of the Causes of to Bridges and Other Constructions." Robert H. Thurston. VII.

"On

53 (1878). "On the Means of Averting Bridge port of the Committee. IV, 122 Discussion, IV, 208.

(Continued).

D. C, May 16th, 1882. Ashbel Welch. XI, 153. Presidential Address at the Annual Conven-

Structures." Thomas C. 323 (1872). "An Accident to Steam Pipes Arising from the Use of Blast Furnace Wool." T. Egleston. (With Discussion.) XII, 253

Railway

Clarke,

son.

XXXIII,

467.

ADDRESSES.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at San Francisco, Cal., June 30th, Thomas Curtis Clarke. XXXV, 1896.

Address delivered at the First Annual Convention, held June 16th, 1869. John B.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at the Chateau Frontenac, Que-

129 (1914).

508.

187 (1872). at the Opening of the New November 24th. 1897. Rt. Rev. H. C. Potter, President B. M. Harrod, Gen. Wm. P. Craighill. J. G. Schur-

— Jervis. Delivered

I.

bec,

man,

Hon.

LL.D.,

XXXVIII,

Joseph

H.

Choate.

December

4th, 1867. James P. Kirkwood. I, 3 (18721. Presidential Address, September 2d, 1868. W. J. McAlpine. I, 45 (1S72). Presidential Address at the Second Annual Convention, June 15th, 1870. A. W. Craven. I, 217 (1872). Presidential Address read at the Twelfth Annual Convention of the Society held at St. Louis, Mo., May 25th, 1880: pre-

June

15th,

1881.

Benjamin Morgan

537.

599.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Washington, D. C, May 20th,

pared by O. Chanute, Vice-President. IX, 217. Presidential .\ddress.at the Thirteenth Annual Convention of the Society, at Montreal,

30th, 1897.

XXXVII,

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Detroit, Mich., July 26th, Alphonse Fteley. XXXIX, 665. 1898. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Cape May, N. J., June 27th, Desmond FitzGerald. XLI, 596. 1899. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention, London, England. July 2d. 190O. John Findley Wallace. XLIII, 603. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Niagara Falls, N. Y., .Tune 25th, 1901. J. James R. Croes. XLV,

423.

Presidential Address.

June

Harrod.

Society House,

1902.

Robert Moore.

XLVIII,

227.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Asheville, N. C, June 9th, 1903. Alfred Noble. L, .".27. ITesidential Address at the Thirty-sixth .\nnual Convention, held in the Hall of Congresses, Administration Building, St.

James Bicheno

Francis. X, 187. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention of the Society, at Washington, 11

, .

AGRICULTURE.

ADDRESSES— (Co)i
October 3d,

Mo.,

Hermany.

LIIl,

Charles

1904.

Georg H. Benzenberg.

LVIII,

515.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, June 23d, 1908. Charles Macdonald. LXI, 544. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, July 6th, 1909. Onward Bates.

LXIV,

Address

at

LXXVI,

LXXIII,

LII, 1

"

Pipe Lines." Miuton M. Warren. 250 (1918). Discussion: Irving Church, K. D. Johnson, 1'. Wahlmuii, and L. R. Jorgensen, LXXXII. 264. 1'.

AEG.E. "On the Fresh Water

George W. Rafter. XXI, 483 (1889).

"Strength and Ductility of the Copper-TinZinc—." Robert H. Thurston. X, 309 (1881).

A Newly of the Bronzes. Discovered Alloy of Maximum Strength." Thurston. X, 1 (18S1). H. Robert

"The Strongest

ALU3IINUM.

1737.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention, in San Francisco, Cal., September 10th, 1915. Charles D. Marx, LXXIX,

"Experiments on the Protection of Steel Exposed to Sea Water. A. H. and First Paper (With Discussion), Sabin. Supplementary XXXVI, 483 (1896) (With Discussion), XLIII, 444 I'aper



1329.

;

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention, in Pittsburgh, Pa., June 27th, 1916. Clemens Herschel. LXXX, 1306. Presidential Address at the Annual Meet-

January

gram.

16th, 1918.

LXXXII,

(1900).

Resilience tests

1.58.

Facts

tis. LXXXIII. 770. "The First Fifty Years

Sugg of

LXXXIII,

927

the

(With

Charles B.

"

139

of Oxygen by De-Aerated Earle B. Phelps. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 1624 (1913). "The Purification of Ground-Waters Con-

Weston.

in

powders.

LIV,

Part B,

218 (1905).

Ordnance. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part B, 389 (1905). "The Art of Designing and Constructing George W. Burr. Mobile Artillery." LIV, Part B, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904).

and Manganese." Robert Discussion.) (With

Iron

Cannon." Thales L. Ames. (Inter. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part B, 288

Improvements

Water."

LXIV, 112

:

(1905).

"The Absorption

Spurr

— for

Eng.

(1886).

taining



A3IMONIA ENGINES. See ENGINES. AMMUNITION.

(1889).

Discussion.) XV,



e s ti o



(With Dis-

(1919-20).

536 — of XXI, Water."

water supplies.

Brush.



n s for improvement of 1754 (1914). During the Past "The Activities of the Twenty-five Years." Chas. Warren Hunt. LXXXII, 1577 (1918). 1852-1902." "The First Fifty Years of the Address at the Annual Convention at Washington, D. C, May 20th, 1902. Chas. Warren Hunt. XLVIH, 220 (1902).

AERATION. "Remarks on

of

(1919-20).

LXXVII,

Chas. Warren Hunt. XLVIH, 220. "The National Railroad Question of Tocussion.)

membership relating to 1749 (1914).

LXXVII,

the American

Francis Lee Stuart.

XXXIX, 237 (1898). OF CIVIL EN-

Presidential Address at the Annual Meeting at New York. N. Y., January 15th, 1919. Arthur N. Talbot. LXXXIII, 404

Society of Civil Engineers: 1852-1902." Address at the Annual Convention at Washington, D. C, May 20th, 1902.

Day."

of—.

.\MERICAN SOCIETY GINEERS.

George H. Pe-

Presidential Address at the Annual Meeting at New York. N. Y., January 15th, 1919. Arthur N. Talbot. LXXXIII, 404. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn., June 17th, 1919. Fayette S. Cur-

— of

Their Relation

Water Supplies."

(With Discussion.)

ALLOYS.

LXXVI,

LXXVII,

— and

to the Purity of Public

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention in Baltimore, Md., June 2d,

ing,

— on

LXXXII,

1030.

Hunter McDonald.

of River Deltas and Salt Francis Le Baron. (With LIV, 51 (1905).

AIR COMPRESSORS. See COMPRESSORS. AIR TANKS.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention, in Ottawa, Ontario, June 18th,

1914.

J.

Discussion.)

392.

George Fillmore Swain.

(1904).

Marshes."

Presidential Address at the 44th Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington, June 25th, 1912. John A. Ockerson. LXXV,

1913. 1112.

Valley, California. 1555 (1913).

1527,

"The Reclamation

Annual June 21st,

Convention, Chicago, Illinois, John A. Bensel. LXX, 464. 1910. Presidential Address' at the 43d Annual Convention, Chattanooga, Tennessee, June 13th, 1911. Mordecai T. Endicott.

1271,

"South African Irrigation." Francis Robert Johnson. Discussion.) (With

42d

the

Imperial

surveys.

Soil

507.

Presidential

for the Classification

Irrigable Lands." F. H. Peters. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 222 (1917).

of

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Cleveland, Ohio, June 20th, 1905. Charles C. Schneider. LIV, 213. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Prontenac, Thousand Islands, N. Y., June 26th, 1906. Frederic P. Stearns. LVI, 451. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention in the City of Mexico. July 8th, 1907.

"A Complete Method

4iiU.

(1909).

313 (1905).

AGREEMENTS. See CONTRACTS.

AMPHITHEATRE. See GRANDSTANDS AND STADIA. 12



ANCHOR

ARCHES

(Continued). "Fall of the Western Arched Approach to South Street Bridge, Philadelphia, Pa." 0. McN. Stauffer. VII, 264 (1878). Discussion, IX, 319 (1880). "Improving Arch Action in Arch Dams." (With Discussion.) L. R. Jorgensen. LXXXIII, 316 (1919-20). "Notes on the Erection of the Illinois and Theodore Cooper. St. Louis Bridge." 111,239 (18741. Discussion. IV, 205 (lcS7u». "On a New Principle in the Theory of (With Structures." George F. Swain. Discussion.) LXX.XIII, 622 (1919-20). "On Skew Bridges, and on the Construction of Ifalls Skew Bridge over the Schuylkill, near I'hiladelphia." J. Dutton Steele. I, 209 (1872). "On the Designing and Erection of the Oakley Arch. A Full Centered Oblique Construction of Extreme Skew, to Carry a Railway Embankment over Another

ICE.

See ICE.

ANCHORAGE. "The Foundations for the Brooklyn



of the East River Bridge." Francis CollingIV, Discussion, wood. Ill, 142 (1874). 205 (1875). and Re"The Re-Enforcement of the newal of the Suspended Superstructure Suspension of the Niagara Railroad Bridge." L. L. Buck. X, 195 (1881).



APPRAISAL. See VALUATION. AQUEDUCTS. Croton Aqueduct. VI, 54 (187T). Flow of water in Sudbury Aqueduct.

XXXV.

241

(1896).

"Grouting Operations, Catskill Water Supply." James F. Sanborn and M. E. Zipser. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 980 of

tion

(1890).

City water supply, Brief descrip-

— for.

LXXVI,

1787

Origin of the arch. XXIV, 322 (1801). '•Reinforced Concrete Bridge Across the Almendares River, Havana, Cuba." Eugene Klapp and W. J. Douglas. (With LXXIV, 210 (1911). Discussion.) "Remarks on the Causes of Fall of the

(1913).

and Suggestions on the Croton Water-Works and Supply, for the FuV, 107 Benjamin S. Church. ture."

"Notes

Discussion, V, 254; VI, 68 (1877).

(1876).

"Tufa Cement, as Manufactured and Used on the Los Angeles Aqueduct." J. B. Lippincott. (With Discussion.) LXXVI,

to the South (DiscusStreet Bridge, Philadelphia." sion on Paper No. 171, Vol. VII, p. 264.) IX, 319 (1880). J. G. Barnard. "Revision of the Niagara Railway Arch

Western Arched Approach

520 (1913).

"Tunnel Surveying on Division No. 6, New F. W. Watkins. Croton Aqueduct." (With Discussion.) XXIII, 17 (1890). See also

Bridge." Charles Evan Fowler. LXXXIII, 1919 (1919-20). Discussion: O. H. Am-

PIPE-MNES.

mann, C. Bentham. J. A. L. Waddell, Theodore Belzner, F. E. Schmitt, P. G. Lang, Jr., James E. Howard, Clyde T. Morris, and Almon H. Fuller, LXXXIII,

ARCHES. "A Description

of the Proposed

Plan for

Erecting the Superstructure of the IlliWalter nois and St. Louis Bridge." Katte. II, 135 (1873). "A Few Points in the Design of Reinforced

Concrete—."

R.

B.

Leffler.

LV,

2000.

"Some Observations on Trusses and Trussed



." T. Willis Pratt. I, 346 (1872). "Steel Centering Used in the Construction of the Rocky River Bridge, Cleveland,

183

Discussion: William Cain, Wil(1905). bur J. Watson, and Almon H. Fuller, LV. 189. "A Shortened Method in Arch Computa-

Casimir

Constable.

cussion.)

LXXX,

Three-Hinged Spandrel-Braced (With

of a

in C.

LXXI,

233

(1911).

"The Cherry Street Bridge, Toledo, Ohio." Clement E. Chase. (With Discussion.) 744 (1910).

and Construction of Four Reinforced Concrete Viaducts at Fort Worth, Texas." S. W. Bowen. (With

"The Design

Parabolic Arch." C. W. Hudson. Discussion.) XLIII, 20 (1900).

LXV,

1

Mensch,

Discussion.) LXXXII, 1040 (1918). Tests of floor—. XXXIV, 521 (181)5). "The Arch Principle in Engineering and Esthetic Aspects, and Its Application to Long Spans." C. R. Grimm. (With Dis-

I,





J.

"Stress

ttacks over streets, Philadelphia. LXXVI. 1852 (1913). "Arching Bergen Tunnel on Erie Railroad." John Houston. I, 75 (1872). "Brick for Large Sewers." R. Hering. VII, 2.52 (1878). Discussion, VII. 258.

"Computation of Stresses Without Hinges."

L.

XLVI, 93 (1901). Measurements on tlie Hell Gate Arch Bridge." D. B. Steinman. (With

LI,

(1872). — 375 carrying railroad

"Comparison of Weights Two-IIinged and" a

LXXIV,

Watson.

10.

"Steel-Concrete Construction." An Informal Discussion. R. S. Buck and others.

424 (1903).

Beams."

J.

Discussion:

(1911).

LXXIV,

H. A. Sewell. LXXVI, 133 (1913). Discussion: William Cain, LXXVI, 138.

"Arched

Wilbur

Ohio."

tion."

Arch and box culverts for railroads.

Foster J. XXIII, 155

Railway." Track (With Discussion.)

Double Crowell.

(1919-20).

New York

Open-Webbed W. Hudson.

LXXVIII, 1206 (1915). Canyon Creek Dam." A. F. LXXXIII, Discussion.)

Discussion.)

"The

East

(With

Parker.

145 (1909).

"Concrete Bridges: Some Important Features ini Their Design." Walter M. Smith, Sr., and Walter M. Smith, Jr.

574 (1919-20).

"The Economies J.

A.

L.

of

Waddell.

Arch Bridges." (With Discussion.)

Steel

LXXXIII, 1 (1919-20). "The Groined Arch as a Covering

(With Discussion.) LXXVII, 695 (1914). Concrete encased steel arch bridge for Niagara River crossing. LXXXIII, 44

for ReIts Strength servoirs and Sand Filters (With Leonard Metcalf. Volume." and XLIII. 37 (1900). Discussion.) :

(1919-20).

"Concrete-Steel Bridges." Fritz von Emperger. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV,

Hell Gate Arch Bridge and Approaches of the New York Connecting Railroad over the East River in New (With York City." O. H. Ammann.

"The

Part E. 523 (1905). of Bellows Falls Arch "Erection the Bridge." Lewis D. Rights. (With Discussion.) LXI, 253 (1908).

Discussion.) 13

LXXXII,

852 (1918).



hUkvj -lill "The Niagara Kailway Arch." R. S. Buck. (With Discussion.) XL, 125 (1898). "The Picaza Bridge." A. A. Agramonte.

ARCHES— (Co?if(»«cd);''" LXXX,

•>

ASPHALTIC CEMENT,

;

— used

Reinforced Concrete Bridge across the Hudson River at Sandy Hill, New York." William H. Burr. (With Dis-

LIX, 195

1

:

(1890).

ATMOSPHERE. (1890).

;

,,

XL

Alden

J.

W.

— Street

64

(1914).

— and — Pavements." George W. Tillson. (With Discussion.) XXXVIII, 215 (1897). — for reservoir lining. XXXV, 70 (1896). — pavements. LXXXII, 1391, 1399, 1412 (1918). — reservoir lining. Astoria, Oregon. "

,

"

bitumens.

of

(1909).

"Street Grades and Cross-sections in

Cement."

Robert P. Woods. cussion, XLII, 1 (1899).

— and

(With Dis-

324

materials

used

LXXIX,

Discussion.)

W.

II,

--

423

.if"

Cr,r

.ti1;ii7L

•.-I'y,"

l-f''".a"

Other Organism^' Itt^'Wi^fer." John (With- ©i&eusSiMf)''' XJiX-HL ^i- .''^^

Hill.i (1895). "i

iloiA

hodli>yi

i(i

ftaii'd-iori^

A'

^''XXJ AUsNeS .A Ji "•.< Transmission of 'WessfiBK m'^-^.";E''JfXXni^ ^^it'^^Tfj

'to

^'-"^

^^f^.-^

l>yU-)'iA"

".aXUi'.'jH

'liniiaf/j

cTfi

.(STc'-It

XXV,

05.73,41891).;

S^Hi.i

.h:'J'.>V70a

"The Au(!roid I,

;

-JO!

.(2781)

——

>

i-T.ii

i-..

A-Jfll-l

.117

Bafoijfteter" ahd'\its' 'Use 'In

Estimating .-Utitudes."

Theo.

(i.

Ellis.

277 (1872).

BARSf,.,fj

^Jr

.,,

".;:., -J (li

VI

"Some Recent Experiments

wi'th Dyuaiiiite (V\ ith O. M. Cartt;r. Discussion.) XXV, 442 (1891 1. at the "The Causes of the Formation of Mouths of Rivers, as Showji in an Examiuatioii of the Connecticut River." Theo-!,'j dore G. Ellis. H, 313 (1873). "The Reaction Breakwater as Applied to ." Lewis M. the Improvement of Ocean Haupt. XLIII, 485 (1899). ,DisQU^S^a^, XLII, 501; XLIII, 93 (1900). jr. ,a iiK'l •! lioil'JS'ill' f! >o

ou an Ocean Bar."



306

F. Collingwood.

•//.'.Ill'

:-:iU)0

BAROMETER.S. .iKau-jaiU



IX, 348 (1880).

r,

f'-

— for pavements. JLXXXII;'^ 13&1, 1399 ' (1918). — used in l)!dvtemeatsi -XXXVIII, 231 (1897). •

De

(IMS-

lli93i;

'

in

1448 (1918). Streets." James N. Discussion.) XLIX,

Asphaltum for Reservoir Linings." James D. Schuyler. XXVII, 629 Discussion, XXVIII, 130 (1893). (1892). "The Use of Asphaltum in Building Sea Walls." W. C. Ambrose. (With DisXXIV, 223 (1891). cussion.) "The Water-Proofing of Solid Steel-Floor Railroad Bridges. "Samuel Tobias AVag-

ASPHALT BLOCKS.-

SuMe^i LXiXXLHL--

Discussion.)

(1915).

LXXXII,

"Water-Proof Coverings."

rivers.

"Screw Steamship' aod 'ToW" Barg« { Effl'--ciency on the Northwestern Lakes of (With America." Joseph R. Oldham;

of

ner. (With (1915).

— and

BARGES.

182 (1902).

"The Use

in

(1918).

,ii;T8ii

'



"The Maintenance of Hazlehurst. (With

et seq.

1527 (1919-20).

Surfacing." Walter Wilson (With Discussion.) LXIV, 352

318,

844

Streams as Produced by Dams." Volson Wood. (With Discussion.)

BALLAST.'

1403 (1918). Note on the nomenclature VIII, 361 (187»).

.

X, 135 (JSSl).

BACTERIA.

:

Bituminous macadam pavements and bituminous surface treatments. LXXXII,-



LXXXII,

— in

20).



Tests of LXXIX, Tests of bitumiuous road construction.

Auchincloss.

©andlng

45 (1896).

"Sampittic Crosby.

S.

.

'



XXXVI,

"'

:•.



Sur-

LXXVII.

Griffin.

At'ij '

(1882).



255 (1873). "On the Determination of the Flood Discharge of Rivers and of the Caused by Contractions." William R. Huttotti (With Discussion.) XI, 211 (1882). Theory, Djf-—.curves, as, -applied to^±he ei-

-

Rational". Form'lila' for faces."

"

!•>

-S:' Aik-cSBinclso^S'.'

BACKWATER. — caused by obstructions "

•Ji^-';i^--"-

121

~-

/r;/;

W.

"Exponent of the Principle of Moments."

PLiATEi "Experiments on the Front or Shield of the Experimental Casemate at Port Monroe." J. G. Barnard. I, 173 (1872).

"A

TRUCKS.

"Averaging Machine."

ARMOR

•'•*,.

AUTOMOBILE

^ijAfJO',

AVERAGING MACHINE.';

423 (1909).

BRIDGES.

ARTILLERY. See ORDNANCE. ASPHALT.

?>»''

-,

TRUCKS., ^_;;";;:;:^j,;;;v

She MO*<)iEt

Lane Bridge, Philadelphia." Webster and Henry H. Quim-

S.

LXV,



AUTOMOBILES

Ill, 195 (1874). Discussion, 111, 215, 285, 319; IV, 81, 162, 177, 201 (1875).

by.

.V^^OlT/^.'J.Tf "/

"The Cause of Rain and the Structure of the—." Franz A. Velschow. XXIII, 303

Ends.

See o?so

-



(With Discussion.) LXXX, 484 (1916). "Three-Hinged Masonry Long Spans Especially Considered." David A. Molitor. (With Discussion.) XL, 31 (1898). "Upright Arched Bridges." James B.

George



of special in Hfty cities. XXXVIII, 342 (1897). "Theory and Practice of Special ." J. L. Van Ornum. (W 1 1 h D i s c u s s i o n.) XXXVIII, 330 (1897).

"The Twelfth Street Trafflcway Viaduct, Kansas City, Missouri." E. E. Howard.

"Walnut

'

^

Practice

(1907).



'.:

Mta!!!,



XXIII,



-

"The Semicircular Masonry Arch." A. E. Lindau. LXI, 387 (1908). "The Stability of Loaded Masonry ." Arthur S. C. Wurtele. (With Discussion.)

(1897).

..^-^

^aol:<:bnisl'-i — for street sprinkliB'g'/i.MSfcvYBkuiii^ LXXVI, 77 (1913). — in levee districts. LXXIX, 512 (1915).

200 (1916).

"The

cussion.)

XXXVIII, 227

paving.

in

ASSESSMENTS.

:

B.4SCULE BRlDCESi

ii

.

See

14

.(.:

LIFT BRIDGBS^a;'-

r\r<",A

".avbna

.Ij^^

(.aoiaau'j

BASE LINES.

BEA3IS

CNickel-Steell Tapes on surement of Six Primary ." Frenoh. (With Discussion.)

"Invar



(1908).

Use of long

XXX.

I

;

81

Moa-

the

Owen

B. 219

LX,



.

steel tapeS!.fo!f< ineasuring .: (1893).





!

:

BEACHES. See

SHORE PROTECTION.

BEAMS. Span

and

XXV.

Load."

."

Casimir

— (1872). of concrete LXXXI.

M.

J.

Mioliaelsio-i.

(ISni).

2.^,1



"Arched

and

Constable. reinforced

375

I^

concrete.

1124 et seq. (1917).

"Bond-Priction-Resistance in Reinforced Concrete." William Frv Scott. (With Discussion.) LXXIII, 230 (1911). Deflection of reinforced concrete under repeated loadings. LXXyil, 449 (1914). "Deflections of with Variable Moments of Inertia." C. W. Hudson. LI, 1 (igo,"?).





Discussion: Irving P. Church, Mansfield Merriman, and C. H. Lindcnberger, LI, 18.



"Economy

in Rectangular Panels, Using of Constant Cross-Section." .1. S. Branne. (With Discussion.) LXXIV, 16G (1911). "Experiments on the Deflection of Con-



tinuous Points."

Supported

,

James

Equidistant

at

Francis.

B.

117

II,

(1873).

LXXV,

(With Discussion.)

(1918).

1.541

"Flexure and Transverse Resistance of Chas. E. Emery. VIII, 149 (1879). cussion, IX. (isso).



a

LXXX.

Dis-

CJai'tano

E.

LXXXIII,

Discussion.)

1553,

1443,



'

".

,-f.,.T.r

Made

List of Searches

January,

LXXX,

2086

In the

1901, to, Notyember (19l'6),,„,,.,;;, p.;,(

BISULPHIDE OF CARBON. "Triple Thermic Motor Description, Operation and Results of a Single Expansion, Non-Condensing Steam Engine, Supplemented by the Evaporation of the and Expansion of its Vapor, at Brush Electric Light Company, Cleveland, Ohio." Charles II. Haswell. XVII, 193 (1887). :





BITUMEN. See

416 (1914). E.

Alabama

of

LXXVIII,

'

Library,"

,

in

106

(1889).

CONCRETE

1916.

'



plant

electric

in

"Classified

622 (1919-20).

"Proof of an Assumption ." of Concrete Ralph

XXII,

.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

"Pine Stringers and Floor for Bridges." Onward Bates. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 261 (1890). Progress report of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete.

LXXVII,



GIRDERS.



See

(1910).

McCaustland,

,T.

See also

BETON.

L. 473 (1903). DiscusK. Hatt, V>\. Lanza, L. 447. "On a New Principle in the Theory of Structures." George F. Swain. (With :

of

resilience

(1890).

XX, 73

Falk.

S.

sion

:

152.

Transverse

"Experiments on the Stability of ." George W. Cooley. (With Discussion.)

"Note on the Coefficient of Elasticity of Concrete and Mortar^ during Flexure."

and



as a Direct of the Tensile and Crushing of Material." M. Lewinson. Stresses (With Discussion.) XXXV, 484 (1896). "Theory of Reinforced Concrete Joists." John L. Hall. LXXVI, 145 (1913). DisErnest McCullough, LXXVI, cussion

Function

BENCH MARKS.

."

Rectangular Rein-

1(j89

785 (1913).

"The Transverse Strength of

1578 (1915).

forced Concrete Flat Slab. Each Side of Which Rests on Either Rigid or Yielding Supports." A. C. Janni. (With Discussion.)

(1905).

.371

Power Company.

p,'<:'.

"Method of Designing

LIV.

"The Theorem of Three Moments." J. P. J. Williams. (With Discussion.) LXXVI,

Thrust

895 (1912).

Final report of the Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. Discussion by L. J. Mensch and others.

LXXXII,



BEARINGS.

"Faults in the Theory of Flexure, and an Epitome of Certain I-Beam Tests Made at Anibridge, Pa." Henry S. Prichard.

ASPHALT

-mijii!/.' .>iii!^

BLAST FURNACE WOOL.

Theory Goodwin.

the

'''' '

"An Accident to Steam Pipes Arising from the Use Of—." T. Egleston. (With Dis-

LXXVIII, 1263 (1915). Discussion: J. P. J. Williams, liXXVIII, 1267. "Resistance of to Flexure." .Tohn G. Barnard. III. 123 (1.S74). Discussion, III,

cussion.)



XII,

253

(1883).

'

^iinisl/;

:4iKi

BL.AST

FURNACES.

1

'•Tli<(

"Shearing Strength of Construction .Toints in Stems of Reinforced Concrete TBeams, as Shown by Tests." Lewis .1. .Tohnaon and .Tohn R. Nichols. (With

binm

iifiB

.Miinufnctnre of Pig Iron." Talcott. I, 191 (1872).

127; IV, 277 (1875).

'

,

;

"A Simple Diagram, Giving, by Inspection, the Dimension of Wooden — for a Given

Myron

:: (Continued). Slab Floors." John R. Nichols. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1670 (1914). "Steel Stresses in Flat Slabs." H. T. LXXVII, Eddy. (With Discussion.) 1338 (1914). Strength of and position of neutral axis. Ill, 33 (1874). "Stresses in Wedge-Shaped Reinforced Concrete—." William Cain. LXXVII, 745 Discussion: A. C. Janni, L. J. (1914). Mensch, and L. H. Nishkian, LXXVII, 7C3 LXXVIII, 734. "Tests of a Wrought-iron Double Track Floor Beam." Alfred P. Boiler. (With Discussion.) XVIII, 119 (1888). "The Strength and Elasticity of Structural Steel, and its Efficiency in the Form of and Struts." James Christie. XIII, 253 (1884). Discussion, XIII, 267. "The Structural Design of Buildings." Charles C. Schneider. (With Discussion.)

'

K.- JJ.

K.

''

'

BLASTING. "A New Safety

Explosive." Richard T. Dana.( With Discussion.) L, 382 (1903). Average unit drilling and quantities for Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX, 617 (1916).

'

Discussion.) LXXVll. 1499 (1914). "Statical Limitations Iipori the Steel

quirement

in



ReReinforced Concrete Flat 18

BLASTING— (Con riMited).

BORINGS.

— for the Laramie-Poudre Tunnel. LXXV, (1912). — on Panama Canal. XIX, 288 (1888). — rock in construction of Morena Rock Fill

"Apparatus

LXXV,

Dam. North.

c e r

i

n

Edward

e."

13 (1872).

I,

— — 325 " — in

45 (1912).

"—with Nitro-G 1 y

P.



"Dimension Stone Quarrying: The Process." William L. Saunders. (With Dis-

bert

M.

LXX,

190

XXVIII,

(1910). "Nitro-Glycerin: Its

(With

"Pressure, Earth."

"The

LX,

Collingwood.

I,

216

(1872).

BOIL,EK-PL,ATE. "Experiments on the Tensile Strength of Bar-Iron and—." C. B. Richards. (With Discussion.)

II,

"Connected

New



York.



LXIX,

Cong.

1904.)

under

II,

(1899). (1900).

Discussion

"

C,

of the Properties of

Different

Sherman M.

Physical



Conditions."

LI, 35 (1903). Discussion E. J. McCaustland, LI. 65. Pavement." F. A. ^Manufacture and Calkins. (With Discussion.) XXVI, 363



Turrill.



:

(1892).

— Manufacture

near Chicago."

D. V. Pur-

XVIII, 291 (1888). — ington. pavements. LXXXII, 1391, 1404 (1918). "Experiments for Making — Masonry Impervious to Water, Tried on the Walls Back Bays of the Gate-Houses of the New Croton Reservoir in New York, and on the Brick Arch of High Bridge, of the

in 1863." (1872). .304

"Note

41

William L. Dearborn.

of — — Making

Manufacture

,

Cogswell.

C.

1040

JETTIES.

"An Investigation

Use of a Surface Condenser in Connection with a Set of Blast Furnace at the Franklin Iron Works, Oneida B.

LXXV,

BRICK.

"

W.

Henry

Sea."

Eng. (Inter. McKinstry. LIV, Part A, 325 (1905).

H. C. 1904.)

See also

the

Y."

the

M. Haupt. XLII. 485 XLII, 501; XLIII, 93

(1905).

Co.. N. (1873).

."

Cong.

(1905).



(With Discussion.)

"The Reaction Breakwater as Applied to the Improvement of Ocean Bars." Lewis

"Marine Engineering in France." V. Daymard and R. Lelong. (Translated from the French by Paul A. Seurot.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part C, 243

"On

in

Ripley.



Marine Engineering. Discussion on Inter. Bug. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part C, 261

Open

Bottom

"The Delaware, Sandy Bay and San Pedro

,

LIV, Part

(1918).

Fell, LII, 198.

14

Arc Marine a Demonstration of the Principles of their Construction." Charles E. Emery. VI, 169 (1877). Discussion, VI, 294. Cost of—. I.XXIV, 15 (1911). "Efficiency of Furnaces Burning Wet Fuel, as Determined by Experiments on a Large Scale." R. H. Thurston. Ill, 290 (1874). Discussion, III, 316, 334; IV, 88 (1875). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.) LXX, 190 (1910). "Marine Engineering." W. F. Durand. (Inter. Eng. 183 (1905).

Cape Cod Canal. LXXXII, 36

"Seacoast Harbors ill the United States." Cassius E. Gillette. (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part A, 297 (1905). 1904.) "The Breakwater at Buffalo, New York." Emile Low. LII, 73 (1904). Discussion: Thomas D. Pitts, William T. Lyle. D. E. Hughes, G. H. Raymond, and George E.

330 (1873).

— for dredges used on Panama Canal. LXXXII, 523 (1918). — used in contractors' plant, Pennsylvania (1910).

(1885).

(1912).

BOILERS.

Railroad Tunnels,

Freight Trains." William P.

XIV, 405

Harbors. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part A, 339 (1905). "Harbors on Lakes Erie and Ontario." Dan C. Kingman. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 237 (1905). "Harbour Development in Holland." H. Wortman. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 181 (1905). "Harbours of Great Britain." William Matthews. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 159 (1905). "How to Build a Stone Jetty on a Sand

Striedinger. VI, 177 (1877). of Rock 40 Ft. below Surface of North River, N. Y." John A. Bensel. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 231 F.

— for

BREAKWATERS.

— for

of Thous-

Water,

."

352 (1910).

(1908).

Shinn.

"Removal



1

"Power

ands of Mines, and the Most Advantageous Grouping of Fuses." Julius H.

(1894).



and Stability of Meem. (With Discus-

C.

BRAKES.

(1878).

"On the Simultaneous Ignition

"Submarine

th Discussion.)

I,

Memoranda

.

j.

of Trenches and Tunnels, with Practical Formulas for Earth Pressures." J. C. Meem. (With Discussion.)

Discussion.)

117 (1872). of Two Blasts Fired April, 1869. on the Union Pacific Railroad." E. P. North. I, 214 (1872). "On Igniting Blasts by Means of Electricity." Julius H. Striedinger. VII, 1



W

Resistance, J.

LXX,

sion.)

Manufacture and Use."

Stephen Chester.

"On

(

13 (1893).

BRACING.

:

Wilson.

(1902).

Broadway, New York." William Bar-

clay Parsons.

cussion.) XXV, 501 (1891). "Electric Rock The American Method." William L. Saunders. XXVII. 529 (1892). Discussion, XXVIII, 144 (1893). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Her-





for Obtaining by Direct Pressure." Theodore Allen. (With Discussion.) II, 33 (1873). at site of Pearl Harbjor Dry Dock. LXXX, 257, 305 (1916). for Warrior River improvements. XLIX,

73!)

.

(Discussion.)

203

(1888).

on

in

Fran. Sosa y Avela. 16

I,

XVIII,

Sinaloa, Mexico." XVIII, 303 (1888).

BRICK

BRIDGES— (Consumed).

{Continued)

What Position a Train of Concentrated In Order to Cause the Greatest Stress in any Given Part of a Bridge Truss or Girder." Henry T.

"Notes on the Resistance of Bricks to a Crushing Force." George S. Greene, Jr. 185 (1873). Rattler test for

Loads Must Have

II,

LXXXII,

paving—.

1445

Eddy.

(1918).

mark." H.

— Industry

:

about New York City." XVIII, 281 (1888).

Calvin Tomkins.

"The Manufacture and Use of Paving

XXIX,

Daniel \V. Mead.

XXX,

cussion,

653 (1893)



(1890). at Copenhagen,

Den-

C. V. Moeller. LV, 129 (1905). John C. Moses, L. J. Le H. T. Forchhammer, LV, 139.

Discussion Conte, and "A Novel Method of Repairing a Swing Bridge." Herbert C. Keith. LXXXIII, 1080 (1919-20). Discussion: T. Kennard Thomson, Guy Pinner, Shortridge Hardesty, and James B. French. LXXXIII.

(1898).

"The

XXII, 259

"A New Swing Bridge

"Slate Bricks." Jos6 R. Villalon. XVIII, 297 (1888). Tests of vitrified paving—. XXXIX, 237

."

Dis-

585 (1893).

1107.

BRIDGK FLOORS.

— for

880,

Arch

Gate

Hell

902, 982

"A Rational Form Bridge."

LXXXII,

Bridge.

W. Hildenbrand, Joseph Mayer, R. S. Buck, W. W. Crehore. Theodore Cooper. C. C. Schneider, Oswald Erlinghagen, Henry W. Hodge, F. Schiile, J. Melan, Leon S. MoisseifC, and A. Rieppel, LV, 16. "A Shortened Method in Arch Computation." H. A. Sewell. (With Discussion.)

(1918).

Concrete-metal construction in bridges and ^

XXXI.

floors.

438 (1S94).

New

railway floor used in revision of Niagara Railway Arch Bridge. LXXXIII, 1981

(1919-20).

"On an Economical and Bridge Floor."

Railroad White. XII,

EflBcient

W. Howard

LXXVI, 133 (1913). "A Simple Method of Computing

451 (1883).

"The Water-Proofing of Solid Steel-Floor Railroad Bridges." Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With (1915).

LXXIX,

Discussion.)

"Thin Floors for Bridges." inson.

XXVII,

XXVII,

500, 680.

483

1383 (1919-20).

Albert F. RobDiscussion,

— to

Flow LXXXII,

the

Howard White.

of Water." 334 (1918).

"An Account Bridge

Discussion- A. J. Wiley, R. D. Goodrich, E. W. Lane, Mansfield Merriman, F. H. Frankland, Charles Evan Fowler. Robert Horton, E. and David A. Molitor,

LXXXII,

364.

See also

FOUNDATIONS.

Maurice.

291

II,

(1873).

Erection of a Draw False Works." C. S.

of the

without

330 (1873).

II,

"An Examination

into the Method of Determining Wind Pressures." F. Collingwood. (With Discussion.) X, 172 (1881). "Application of the Theory of Continuous

Girders to Economy in Bridge Building." Charles Bender. V, 147 (1876). Discus-

BRIDGE PINS.

sion, V, 219.

"Approximate Determination of Stresses in the Eye-Bar Head." William H. Burr.

"Arched

VI, 127 (1877). Discussion, VI, 263; VII, 1S9 (18ZS). "Proportions of Eye-Bar Heads and Pins, as Determined by Experiment." (Discussion on Paper No. 140, vol. VI, p. 127.) C. Shaler Smith. VI, 263 (1877). Specification for—. XXXVI, 100 (1S96). "The Condition of Steel in ." A. C. Cun-

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(1905).



(With

Discuss? 'n.)

Beams."

Casimlr

Constable.

relating

continuous

to

LXXVI,

Philadelphia.

XXXVI,

"Bridging Canons V. Hinckley.

1840 (1913).

Lengthwise."

Howard

XXVI,

521 (1892). "Central Avenue Bridge at Newark, Jersey." Alfred II, P. Boiler.

BRIDGES. of the

gir-

1854-1874. Ill, 446 (1874). — ders, across the Cape Cod Canal. LXXXII, 44 (1918). — at Paris Exposition of 1900. XLI, 300 (1899). — carrying railroad tracks over streets,

91 (1896).

"A Description

I,

375 (1872).

New 379

(1873).

Proposed Plan for

"Combination Bridge Building on the Paci-

Erecting the Superstructure of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge." Walter Katte. II, 135 (1873). "A Direct Method of Spacing Rivets and

fic

Coast."

406

(1892). (1893).

Alfred D. Ottewell. XXVII, XXVIII, 43 Discussion,

in

Combination—. XXI, 18 (1889). "Comparison of Modern Engine Loading, with Standard Specifications for Spans from 10 to 200 Feet." C. D. Purdou.

Draw

"Comparison of Weights of a Three-Hinged Spandrel-Braced and a Two-IIingoil Parabolic Arch." C. W. Hudson. (With

Finding the Position,

etc.,

of

Stiffeners

Plate Girders." B. Schmitt. (With Discussion.) XLV, 550 (1901). "A Few Points in the Design of Reinforced Concrete Arches." B. R. Lefller. (With Discussion.) LV, 183 (1905). "A Four-Track, Ceflter-Beariug, Railroad

XXIX,

Span." Louis H. Shoemaker. (With Discussion.) LXXV, 711 (1912).

"A Graphical Method

Discussion.)

for the Solution of Stresses in the Continuous Girder, as ." Applie'l to Draw George F. Barton.

XLV'f,

Lin'l.-nbcrger,

XLVIII. "A

New

"Concerning



72

(1902).

and

420 (1893).

Discussion,

XXX.

515

(1893).



XLIII. 20 the

(1900).

Investigation

Wilbur

of

Over-

Watson. LVII, R. D. Coombs, Mansfield Merriman, Henry B. Seaman, George B. Francis. Theodore Belzner, and J. E. Greiuer, LVII, 257. loaded

Discussion: C. H. H. A. La Chicotte,

247

89.

Graphical Solution of the Problem, 17

."

(1900).

J.

Discussion:

tmart

KRIDO£S



(Continued).



:

XXXII,

Niagara

(1919-20).

"Concrete-Steel (Inter. Eng. 523 (1905).



von Emperger. —Cong.Fritz LIV, Part E, 1904.) ."

"Construction

Problems, Dumbarton

"General Suggestions as to the Conditions Proper to be Required in Ordinary Iron Highway Bridge Construction." J. A. L. Waddell. XII, 459 (1883). Harlem River Bridge, Manhattan Elevated Railways. LXXXII, 605, 682 (1918). Harlem River End-Lift Bridge. XXXIH,

J.

Warren,

Pratt,

Edwin

Trusses."

Howe

and

Whipple Thacher.

123

XIII,

37 (1895).

(1884).

"Harper's Ferry Improvement." William Lee Sisson. XXXII, 351 (1894). crossing SunnyHighway and railroad side Yard, Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, New York. LXIX, 138 (1910). "Highway ." James Owen. (With Dis-

"Description of Guard Gates at the Point Street Bridge at Providence, E. I." William D. Bullock. XX, 78 (1889). "Description of the New Wrought-Iron Bridge at Bridgeport, Ct." Alfred P. Boiler.





317 (1872).

I,

sion.

"Early 11

Ill, 129 (1874). Disc^is139; IV, 203 (1875). ,;;,.,.,;' American iron railroad'—r,, .X,XI,

(1889).

Early

bridge



.

Bridge, of the

Discussion.)

360

Injury

on



(1907).

of San Francisco earthquake on highwav structures. LIX, 263, 270, 311, 323 (1907). Bellows Falls Arch "Erection of the Bridge." Lewis D. Rights. LXI, 253 Discussion: J. R. Worcester, (1908). J. P. Snow, F. W. Skinner, Henry H. Quimby, and Philip Aylett. LXI, 263. "Erection of the Verrugas Bridge." L. LefEerts Buck. V, 103 (1876). DiscusV, 240.

LXXIX,

1

(1915).

Bridge by

Louis

tornado.

229 (1897),

and Bridge Work." Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XVII, 318 (1887). "Insufficient Provision for Counterstresses ." Henry S. Prichard. in Railroad (With Discussion.) XLII, 547 (1899). "Inspectors

125 (1887).

"Experimental Determination of the Rolling Friction in Operating the Draw of the Thames River Bridge, together with Method for Determining Power to Oper." Alfred P. Boiler, Jr., and ate Draw H. J. Schumacher. (With Discussion.)



Intensities of



working

stresses.

XXVI,

98

(1892).

"Kinetic Effects of Crowds." C. J. Tilden. LXXVI, 2107 (1913). Discussion: Frazer Henry H. Quimby, R. D. C. Hilder, Coombs, and J. B. French, LXXVI, 2127. Lift rail and rail-locking device Hackensack Draw-Bridge, Pennsylvania Kail-

638 (1891).

"Experimental Strains upon a Bowstring Theo. G. Ellis. II, Trussed Girder." 107

St.

(1887).

Expansion and contraction in spans of Kentucky and Indiana Bridge. XVII,

XXV,

-'i'-.i-^

Louis, Iron Mountain

"Inspection and Maintenance of Railway Structures." A Discussion. John A. Wilson, Willard S. Pope, George H. Pegram, G. Bouscaren, W. S. Lincoln, Joseph M. Wilson, James G. Dagron, J. A. L. Waddell, Edward S. Philbrick, A. Bryson, Robert A. Shailer, W. A. Haven, John M. Goodwin, Albert Lucius, E. P. Dawley, C. A. Marshall. D. J. Whittemore, Theodore Cooper, H. Stanley Goodwin, A. M. Wellington, Percival Roberts, Jr., C. C. Schneider, C. Frank Allen, John Bogart, Frederic Graff, Robert I. Sloan, J. Foster Flagg, J. J. R. Croes, William Kent, Robert Moore, and William J. McAlpine. XVII, 259

Effect

sion,

to

XXXVII,

"Economy in Rectangular Panels, Using Beams of Constant Cross-Section." J. S. LXXIV, Branne. (With Discussion.) LIX, 258

St.

and Southern Railway Company, Over the Arkansas River at Little Rock, Arkansas, 1883-1914." C. E. Smith. (With

(1891).

166 (1911). Effect of San Francisco earthquake

i

"History of Little Rock Junction Railway

XXI,

XXIV,

engineering.



'•

-

(1872).

Smith.

2 (1889).

(1882).

Sketch of the Successive Imto the provements in Suspension Present Time." Charles Bender. I, 27

III,

Early American wooden railroad

XI, 277

cussion.) "Historical

"Determination of the Stresses in Elastic Systems by the Method of Least Work." William Cain. XXIV, 265 (1891). "Draw-Spans and Their Turn-Tables." C. Shaler

"

LIII, 413 (1904).

Cilley.

Central California Railway." Schneider. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 1572 (1913). "Description of a Combined Triangular and Suspension Bridge Truss, and Comparison of its Cost with that of the Bridge,

E.

127, 270.

"General Criterion for Position of Loads Causing Maximum Stress in any Member of a Bridge Truss." L. M. Hoskins. (With Discussion.) XLIl, 240 (1899). "General Methods for the Calculation of as Used in the Statically Indeterminate Check Calculations of Designs for the Manhattan Bridge and the Blackwell's Island Bridge, New York." Frank H.

encased steel arch bridge for River crossing. LXXXIII, 44

Concrete

IJRIDGKS— (CoJifiHwed). Steel Railway under Standard Specifi(With cations." George H. Pegram. Discussion.) XV, 85 (1886). "Friction Rollers." C. L. Crandall and A. Marstou. XXXII, 99 (1894). Discussion,

Some Important Features in "Concrete Walter M. Smith, Sr., Their Design." and Walter M. Smith, Jr. LXXVII, 695 Discussion: S. W. Bowen, Wil(1914). son Fitch Smith. C. E. Gregory, Henry H. Quimby, A. C. Janni, Philip Aylett, L. J. Mensch, A. W. Buel, and W. D. Maxwell, LXXVII, 709.

(1873).

"Fall of the Western Arched Approach to South Street Bridge. Philadelphia, Pa." D. McN. Stauffer. VII, 264 (1878). Discussion, IX, 319 (1880). "Formulas for the Weights of ." A. J. Du Bois. First Paper, XVI, 191 (1887) SupplemenDiscussion, XVI. 218. 2.')7 tary Paper, XVIII, 179 (1888). "Formulas for the Weights of Iron and

road.

LXVIII, 81

Lift-rail for

LXXVI,



"Live

(1910).

Dumbarton Point Draw-Bridge.

1618 (1913). Loads for Railroad



."

Henry W.

Hodge. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 79 (1905). Discussion: Alexander Ross, Gustav Lindenthal, Robert Moore, J. E. Greiner, C. D. Purdon,

;

:

18

BRIDGES— ("Conf

I

BRIDGES— (CowfiJiKcd)

ni/ed)

W. M. Camp, Charles

Churchill. Albert Reichmann, J. M. Johnson, and A. F. Robinson. LIV, Part A, 87. ." "Loadings for Railroad An Informal Discussion. Henry \V. Hodge. J. W. S.



Schaub. Emil Swensson, Theodore Cooper, and A. J. Himes. LI, 105 (1903). "Loads and Strains of ." John Griffen and Thomas C. Clarke. II, 93 (1873).



Mattress pier protection at Memphis Bridge.

XXXV,

230 (1896).

''Maximum Stresses

in

Bascule Trusses."

W. Watters Pagon. LXXVI, 73 (1913). "Mexican Bridge Construction." J. Foster Flagg. XV. 345 n,««6). "Movable—." C. C. Schneider. (With Discussion.) LX, 258 (1008). "New Transfer Bridge, Harsimus Cove. J. A. Bensel. (With Jer.sey Citv. N. J." Discussion.) XIX, 309 (1888).



New York

City Brief 1727 (1913).

LXXVI,

description

.

Niagara Susnen.sion Bridge, XL. 125 (1898). ".\ickel Steel for—." J. A.

History

of.

of.

L. Waddell. LXIII. 101 (1909). Discussion: Charles Rvan Fowler. M. F. Brown, H. P. Bell. L. J. Le Conte, W. K. Hatt. John C. Ostrup. T. Claxton Fidlor, Robert F. .Johnston. Albert Lucius. G. Lindenthal. Henry S. Prichard. Henry Le Chatelier. A. Ross. L. Dumas. Victor Prittie Perry, W. H. Warren. William R. Webster. William H. Breithaupt. E. A. Stone. C. Codron. W. AV. K. Sparrow, B. J. Lam-

AVillinm

bert.

Henrv Rohwer.

Marriott,

Samuel Tobias Wagner, A. W. Caroenter. Leon S. Moisseiff, .Tames C. Hallsted. F. Arnodin. Wilson Worsdell, and William P. Pettigrew. LXITT. 300. "Notes on Bridgpwork." S. Vilar v Boy. ^41 (1913). Discussion: W. J. C. Howalt. and William P. Parker, LXXVI,

LXXVI, 249.

"Notes on Early Practice ing." George E. Grav sion.)

XXXVII,

1

in

Bridge Build(With Discus-

(1897).

"Notes on the Erection of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge." Theodore Cooper. III.

239 (1874). Discussion. IV. 205 (1875).

"Notes on the Masonry of the East River VI, 7 Francis CoHingwood. Bridge." (1877).

"Notes on the Replacing of the SuperstructuVe of the Harlem Ship Canal Bridge."

Horace cussion

J. :

Howe. LXVII. 1 (1910). DisLincoln Bush. Martin Gay, St.

Theodore Bolzner, and Clarke. Frank W. Skinner, LXVTT, 23. Forth Bridge." "Observations on the Charles E. Emery. (With Discussion.) XXII, 409 (1890). "Obstruction of Bridge Piers to the Flow of Water." Flovd A. Nagler. (With DisLXXXII. 334 (1918). cussion.) "On a New Method of Detecting Overstrain in Iron and Other Metals, and on its Application in the Investigation of the and Other ConCauses of Accidents to structions." Robert H. Thurston. VII, 53 (1878). "On a New Principle in the Theory of Structures." George P. Swain. LXXXIII, 022 (1919-20). Discussion: C. W. Hudson, Edward Godfrey, Irving P. Church, John I. Parcel, L. J. Mensch. F. E. Turneaure, G. A. Maney. William H. Burr, A. C. Janni, H. T. Eddy, and William Cain, LXXXIII. 639. .Tohn



"On an Economical and Efladent Railroad Bridge Floor." W. Howard White. XII, 451 (1883).



"On Skew and on the Construction of Falls Skew Bridge over the Schuylkill, near

,

Philadelphia."

J.

Dutton

Steele.

209 (1872). ." Specifications for Strength of Iron Joseph M. Wilson. XV, 389 (1886). Discussion, XV, 415; XVI, 33 (1887). "On the Calculation of the Stresses In for the Actual Concentrated Loads." George Fillmore Swain. XVII, 21 (1887). "On the Care and Maintenance of Iron ." Henr.v D. Blunden. (With Discussion.) XI, 418 (1882). "On the Designing and Erection of the I,



"On





A Full Centered Oblique Construction of Extreme Skew, to Carry Railway Embankment over Another Double Track Railway." J. Foster Cro-

Oakley Arch. a

well. (1890).

(With

XXIII,

Discussion.)

155

"On the Mode of Underpinning Adopted for the Croton Lake Bridge, N. Y. C. & N. R. R.. during the Repairs to Piers." Alfred P. Boiler. 150 (1882). "On the Principles of the Construction and the Calculation of the Strains

Masonrv

the XI, of, in,

Revolving Drawbridges Having Two Spans or Openings, and Built as Continuous Girders, more especially as Continuous Panel Girders." Clemens Herschel.

Ill,

395

(1874).

Discussion,

IV,

203 (1875).

"On the Use of Cast Iron for Compressive Members of Iron ." P. C. Lowthorp.



I,

228 (1872).

"On Truss Bridge Building." I.

S.

Whipple.

239 (1872).

"Painting of Iron Structures Exposed to Weather." E. Gerber. (With Discussion.)

XXXIII, 485

(1895).

"Painting the Louisville and .Teffersonvllle (With DiscusBridge." O. B. Selby. sion.)

Plate

XXXIX.

girder

19

(1898).

XXVI,

proportioning.

106

(1892)

"Probable

Wind Pressure

Involved in the Wreck of the High Bridge over the Mississippi River, on Smith Avenue. St. Paul, Minn., August 20th, 1904." C. A. P. Discussion Turner. LIV, 31 (1905) Theodore Cooper, George B. Gifford, and Strobel, L. J. Le Conte, Charles L. E. P. Goodrich, LIV, 37. River "Progress of Work at the Bast IX, CoHingwood. 162 Bridge." F. :

(1880).

"Progress Report of Special Committee on (With DisSteel Columns and Struts."

LXVI,

cussion.)

401 (1910).

Proposed design for lower Thames River Bridge.

LXXXIII,

fi\,

.56

(1919-20).

Proposed design for North River Bridge,

New York

Citv.

LXXXIII.

57 (1919-20).

Protecting—. XLVIII. .516 (1902). "Rebuilding of the Monongahela Bridge, Lindenthal. Pa." G. at Pittsburgh, (With Discussion.) XII. .^3 (1883). "Recent Tests of Bridge Members." J. E. Greiner. (With Discussion.) XXXVIII. 41

(1897).

"Reconstruction of the Norfolk and Western Railway Company's Bridge Over the Ohio River at Kenova. West Virginia." William G. Grove and Henry Taylor. LXXIX, 411 (1915). Discussion: C. H. Cartlidge, T. Kennard Thomson, P. W. Skinner, and L. L. Jewel, LXXIX, 483.

BRIDGES "Red

Rock

tions."

(Continved). Cantilever

nni'DG'ES— (Continued) "Stresses in Railway on Curves." Ward



Founda-

Bridge:

Rowe. XXV, 662

M.

S.

(18S1)

Baldwin.

;

"General Specifications." S. W. Robinson. 697: "Superstructure." Henry H.

Quimby. XXV, 704. With Discussion. Concrete Bridge Across the Almendares River, Havana, Cuba." Eugene Klapp and W. J. Douglas. LXXIV, 216 dOll). Discussion: L. .T. Mensch, G. B. Strickler. and William Barclay

"Reinforced

Bowman. James Owen, and James





(1896).



(1877); VI, 277 (Section ID.

LXXVIII, 2.58 (1915). "Temperature Stresses Spans." Tresham D.

(DiscusStreet Bridge, Philadelphia." sion on Paper No. 171, vol. VII, p. 264.) .T. G. Barnard. IX, 319 (1880). "Replacing the Stone Towers of the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge, with Iron Towers." L. L. Buck. XVII, 204 (1887). "Restoration of the Cable Ends of the Covington and Cincinnati Suspension XXVIII, 47 Bridge." Bouscaren. G. Discussion. XXVIII, 358. (ISO,*?). "Revision of the Niagara Railway Arch Bridge." Charles Evan Fowler. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 1919 (1919-20). A.

XXVI.

Discussion.)

in Railwav L. Waddell. 77 (1892).

53 (1889). of Sibley 126 (1889).

Discussion.)

LXXI,

171

.

Clement

sas."

Randorf, and David A. 1077.

"Stresses 1.'i7

in



E.

of the Bridge over the at Van Buren, Arkan-

D. Purdon. (With Discussion.)

Continuous

Girder

as

XXIX,

H.

573 (1893).

Design

Discussion,

XXX,

559

and

Discussion.) LXXVIII, 1206 (1915). "The Determination of the Safe Working of Wrought Iron Stress for Railway and Steel." E. Herbert Stone. (With Discussion.) XLI, 467 (1899). "The Development and Recent Improvement of Concrete-Iron Highway ." Fr. von Emperger. (With Discussion.)

Bingham



I. ParTurneaure,

Booth.

Tipper."

Construction of Four Reinforced Concrete Viaducts at Fort Worth. Texas." S. W. Bowen. (With



Ammann, C. A. Molitor. LXXXII,

Wjlliaro

a

(1893).

XXXT,

."

(1916)

XXVI, 469 (1892). C. H. Lindenberger. "The Continuous Superstructure of the Memphis Bridge." George S. Morison. "The

M. MacKay, F. Jacoby, O. H.

744

792.

(1888).

"The

Delson, Gustav Lindenthal, John S.

C.

LXXX,

Chase.

XX, 151 (1S89). "The Construction of the Poughkeepsie Bridge." John F. O'Rourke. XVIII, 199

Powell. J. A. L. Waddell, F. H. Frankland, L. A. Waterbury, F. D. Hughes, A. H. Fuller, James E. Howard, Isidore

H.

Niagara Falls." (With Discus-

(1885).

Edward Godfrey, and James

"The Construction Arkansas River,

Measurements on the Hell Gate Arch Bridge," D. B. Steinman. LXXXII,

Henry

:

LXXX,

Ritchie,

"Stress

cel.

E.

Discussion

(With Dis-

J.

at

Schneider.

"The Cantilever Highway Bridge at Cincinnati." Gustave Kaufman and F. C. Osborn. XXVII, 173 (1892). "The Cherry Street Bridge, Toledo, Ohio."

1 (1911).

Discussion: H.

C.

XIV, 499

sion.)

93 (1901).

1040 (1918).

Miller,

(1895).

Charles

"Steel-Concrete Construction." An Informal Discussion. R. S. Buck and others.

XLVI,

M.

249.

"The Cantilever Bridge

— —

LXXIV,

Max

"The Bridge over the Tennessee River at .Tohnsonville, Tennessee." Hunter McXXXIII, Donald. (With Discussion.)

." Specifications for the steel railroad XLI, 154, 257 (1899). ." "Specifications for the Strength of Iron (Discussion on Paper No. 335, Vol. XV, (With DisJ. A. L. Waddell. p. 389.) cussion.) XVI, 33 (1887). "Steel Centering Used in the Construction of the Rocky River Bridge, Cleveland,

cussion.)

349 (1891).

Discussion:

(1911).

Discussion: S. W. Bowen, Victor (1912). H. Cochrane. Albert I. Frye. F. W. Gardiner. Almon H. Fuller, S. M. Swaab, J. B. French, and Charles E. Conover,

Watson.

XXV,

Leon S. Moisseiff, Fr. Engesser, R. Krohn, R. S. Buck. Ernst Jonson, Gustav Lindenthal, and Paul Chapman,



J.

XXI,

"The Arch Principle in Engineering and Esthetic Aspects, and Its Application to Long Spans." C. R. Grimm. LXXI, 233



Wilbur

members.

Bridge

"The American Railroad Viaduct: Its Origin and Evolution." ,T. E. Greiner. (With

Bridge. XXIII, 61 (1890). XXXIII, Specifications for material for 16 (1895). Mov"Specifications for Metal Railroad able in a Vertical Plane." B. R. Lefller. (With Discussion.) LXXVI. 370 (1913). and SubSpecifications for the Design of ways." Henry B. Seaman. LXXV. 313

Ohio."

of

LXXX.

W. Mar-

1642.

Tests

Bridge (With

353.

LXXX,

tin.

Arches. T. Willis Pratt. I. 346 (1872). Specifications for cantilever highwav bridge at Cincinnati, O. XXVII, 194 (1802). Specifications for Cincinnati and Covington

LXXV.

Series

Gregg.

"Tests of Built-Up Steel and WroughtIron Compression Pieces." Arthur N. Talbot and Herbert F. Moore. (With Discussion.) LXV, 202 (1909). Tests of full size bridge members. XXI,





a

in

1626 (1916). Discussion: Charles

under Moving Experiments on Train Loads." F. E. Turneaure. (With Discussion.) XLI, 410 (1899). "Some Observations on Trusses and Trussed

"Some

:

Table giving dimensions of the principal transportation—. LXXVIII, 255 (1915). Table giving principal of the world over waters frequented by seagoing vessels.

"Remarks on the Causes of Fall of the Western Arched Approach to the South

J.

C.

Boyd, LXL 383. "Suspension A Study." George S. Morison. (With Discussion.) XXXVI, 359

Parsons, LXXIV, 241. "Relative Quantities of Material in of Different Kinds, of Various Heights." Charles E. Emerv. VI, 2.S5 (Section I)

Designing."

459

(1891).

"Substructure of Piscataquis Bridge, and Analysis of Concrete Work." G. A. Hersey. LXI, 377 Discussion: (1908). George B. Francis, James H. Brace, A. L.

XXV,

"Some Disputed Points

XXV,

(With Discussion.)

XX,

"The

438 (1894). Economics of Steel

Waddell.

(1889).

20

LXXXIII,

Arch 1



."

J. A. L.

(1919-20).

Dis-

BRIDGES

BRIDGES

(Continued). :

LIV. 213

Discussion.)

Cillev. (inoo).

(With

Discussion.)

XXXI.

Reconstruction of Bridge." W. A. Rogers.

C. A. P.

Ohio

of

353

Turner.

LIX, 195 William H. Burr. Discussion: Henry H. Quimby. Slocum, D. W. Krellwitz, and E. W. Stern. LIX. 203. "The River Spans of the Cincinnati and Covington Elevated Railway. Transfer and Bridge Company." William H. Burr. XXIII, 47 (AVith Discussion.) York." (1907). L. C.

(1S95K

Hell Gate Arch Bridge and Approaches of the New York Connecting Railroad over the East River in New York ritv." O. H. Ammann. LXXXII, Discussion: W. H. BreitS.o2 (1918). haupt. Leon S. Mosseiff, Samuel T. Wagner. Charles Evan Fowler, Henry H. Quimbv, Henrv B. Seaman Gustav Lindenthal, and Clement E. Chase, LXXXII,

"The

(1890).

"The

St. Croix River Bridge." C. A. P. Turner. LXXV, 1 (1912). "The Sewicklev Cantilever Bridge Over the Ohio River." A. W. Buel. (With Dis-

"The Kentuckv and Indiana Bridge." Mace Discussion,

"The Kinzua Viaduct of the Erie Railroad Companv." C. R. Grimm. (With Discussion.) XLVI. 21 (1901). "The Launhardt Formula, and Railroad

42 (1909).

"The Stability of Loaded Masonry Arches." Arthur S. C. Wiirtele. (With Discus-

"The 'Light Railways' of the Battle Front (With .Tonah in France." Frank G. Discussion.) LXXXIII. 1220 (1919-20). Gulch Viaduct." George "The Marent S.

sion.)

Moore.

XXXI.

New

Morison.

.500

Portage V,

1

371 (1902). LII. 451 (1904).

S.

"The Theorem of Three Moments."

V,

Williams. sion: Milo

235.

"The Niagara Railway Arch." R. S. Buck. (With Discussion.) XL. 125 (1898). (Reinforced Con"The Picaza Bridge." LXXX, 200 crete). A. A. Agramonte.

S.

785

(1913).

.T.

P. J.

Discus-

Ketchum. LXXVI.

807.

(With Discussion.) LXXX, 484 (1916). ." Theodore Cooper. Steel for VIII. 263 (1879). Discussion, VIII. 277; IX, 315 (1880). "The Utica Lift Draw Bridge." Squire Discussion, Whipple. Ill, 190 (1874). III. 194: IV, 203 (1875). "The Water-Proofing of Solid Steel-Floor

"The Use of

(1916).

.T.

LXXVI,

"The Twelfth Street Trafficway Viaduct. Kansas Citv, Missouri." E. E. Howard.

"The Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Cantilever Bridge Over the Ohio River Albert R. Raymer. Pa." at Beaver. LXXIII, 136 (1911). Discussion: C. W. Hudson, Henry S. Prichard, Albert B. Hager. F. W. Skinner. A. W. Carpenter, and Albert Lucius. LXXIII. 166. "The Possibilities in Bridge Construction by the I'se of High-Alloy Steels." LXXVIII, 1 (1915). .T. A. L. Waddell. Discussion: M.

(1890).

"The Substructure of Marsh River Bridge." Herbert J. Wild. (With Discussion.)

(1894).

Bridge." George Discussion,

1



(1891).

(1876).

XXIII,

"The Stiffening System of Long-Span Suspension for Railway Trains." Joseph Discussion.) XLVIII, Mayer. (With

"The Merchants' Bridge Terminal Railway Robert Viaduct at St. Louis. Mo." "The

(With

Ontario, Canada." H. L. Wiley. Discussion.) LXII. 113 (1909).

(1899).

.305

582 (1913).

"The Sixth Street Viaduct. Kansas City." E. E. Howard. (With Discussion.) LXV,

Bridge Specifications." Henry B. SeaXLI, 140 man. (With Discussion.)

XXV.

LXXVI.

cussion.)

"The Siblev Bridge." O. Chanute, John F. Wallace and W. H. Breithaupt. XXI. 97 (1889). Discussion. XXI, 130. 608. "The Sinking of the Piers for the Grand Trunk Pacific Bridge at Fort William,

1005.

Morison.

XXXVI,

Railroad

"The Reinforced Concrete Bridge Across the Hudson River at Sandy Hill. New

New East River Bridge." Isaac Harbv. XLIX, 105 (1902). Discussion: W. Hildenbrand. XLIX. ISO. "The Halsted Street Lift Bridge." J. A. L. Waddell. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 1 of the

(1887).

River

"The Reconstruction

LV. 322 (1905). "The Footbridge for Building the Cables

Moulton. XVII. Ill XVII. 169.

Grand

(With Discus-

341 (1896). of the Baltimore and Bridge over the Ohio River, at Benwood. West Virginia." J. E. Greiner. LV, 146 (1905). Discussion: 0. E. Hovey, LV, 156. "The Re-enforcement of the Anchorage and Renewal of the Suspended Superstructure of the Niagara Railroad Suspension Bridge." L. L. Buck. X. 195 (1881). sion.)

"The Ferry Bridge Across the Ship Canal at Duluth. Minnesota^"

587 (1894).

"The

Frank H. XLIII,

XIII, 67 (1884).

of a Portion of the Substructure of the Johnsonville Bridge." Walter H. Gahagan. (With Discussion.)

Indeter-

An Exposition

Possibilitv, but Futility."

its

W. Richards, LXXVIII,

Pile

"The Reconstruction

(1905).

Statically

J.

and Pontoon Bridge Across the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien, Wis." John Lawler. (With

nVith Discussion.) LXXX. 1420 (1916>. "The Evolution of the Practice of American Bridge Building." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Cleveland. Charles C. Ohio. June 2nth, 1905. Schneider.

and

.39.

"The Railway

land. LXXXIII. 42. "The Effects of Straining Structural Steel and Wrought Iron." Henry S. Prichard.

"The Exact Design of minate Frameworks.

(Continued).

L. Norris,

Paul A. Blackwell, T. Kennard Thomson. Charles Evan Fowler, W. B. Farr. Horatio P. Van Cleve, Henry S. .Tacobv. H. S. .Sales, David A. Molitor, Edward W. Stonev, and F. H. Frankoussion





." Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) LXXIX. .306 (1915). "The AVeehawken Elevators and Viaduct." Thomas E. Brown. Jr.. and George H.

Railroad

Blakeley. XXVII. 1 (1892). "Theory and Formulas for the Analytical Computation of a Three-Span Suspension Bridge with Braced Cable." Leon S. Discussion: LV. 94 (1905). Moisseiff. 1. P. Church, and George F. Swain, LV,

Butler. Albert Lucius,

Henry W. Hodge, Charles Evan Fowler, L. J. Le Conte, N. Petinot. Leon S. Moisseiff. F. W. Skinner. E. L. Cortholl. W. H. Warren, David A. Molitor, Sir Bradford Leslie, John C. Fergusson, V. E. de B. de Broe, M. S6journ6, George

114.

21

BRIDGES

BUILDING STONE— (Corjfmwed).

(Continued)

Albert F. Robinson. Discussion, XXVII,

"Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herb;'rt M Wilson. (With Discussion.)

Long Masonry Arches "Three-Hinged Spans Especially Considered." David A. XL, 31 (With Discussion.) Molitor.

"Nomenclature of Building Stones and of Stone Masonry." Report of the Com-

"Thin Floors for—."

XXVII.

483

(1S02).

500, GSO.

LXX,

;

risns).

mittee. VI, 297 (1877). 284 (1878).



." Theo"Train Loadings for Railroad dore Cooper. (With Discussion.) XXXI,

174



XXXII. 87 (1894). "Selection of Stone for Masonry." George R. Bichbaum. II, 167 (1873). Stone and tests of stone used in the construction of the Pennsylvania Avenue

concentrations.

engine loads r.s 78 (1802).

XXVI,

James

B. Eads. Ill, 195 (1874). Discussion. Ill, 215, 285, 319; IV, 81, 162, 177, 201 (1875). Viaducts crossing terminal yard. Pennsylvania Railroad. New York. LXVIII, 305;

"Upright Arched

LXIX,

."

Subway. Stone of

,

Webster and Henry H. Quim-

S.

LXV,

423 (1909). Strains in Simple Trusses with ParElnathan Inclined Booms." or Sweet, Jr. IX, 415 (1880). Discussion, X, 20 (ISSl). "What is the Life of an Iron Railroad Bridge?" J. E. Greiner. (With DiscusXXXIV, 204 (1895). sion.) bv.

695

486,

,506.

Thomas

."

(1902).

.563

with

concrete.

(1914).

Eglest(jn.

of the Decay (With Discus-

XV.

047 (1886). "The Disintegration of the Egyptian Obelisk in the Central Park, New York." Thomas Egleston. XV. 79 (1886). "The Relative Effects of Frost and the Sulphate of Soda Efflorescence Tests on Building Stones." Lea McI. Lunuer. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 235 (1895).

XII, 444 (1883). Lane Bridge, Philadelphi a."

George



sion.)

cussion.)

"Walnut

XLVIII,

comparison

"The Cause and Prevention

"Vibration of—." S. W. Robinson. XVI, 42 (1887). "Vibration, or the Effect of Passing Trains Masonry and other Strucon Iron tures." James L. Randolph. (With Dis-



in

LXX VII,

(1910).

1.55

Discussion, VII,

"Notes upon Testing Building Stones." F. Lynvvood Garrison. (With Discussion.)

(1S94).

Uniform

190 (1910).

"Web

allel

BUILDINGS. "Agreements for Building William B. B.Tmford. (With LXVII, 4.38 (1910). "Can be Made Fire-Proof?" Purdy. (With Discussion).



"Wheel Concentrations and Fatigue Formulas in Bridge Design." An Informal Discussion. Gustav Lindenthal. Palmer Ricketts,

Henry







See niso ACCIDENTS: ANCHORAGE: BEAMS: CAISSONS: COLtJBINS: EYEBARS: FOUNDATIONS: MASONRY:

:

Eugene W.

BRINE.

Way



."

of Obtaining (With Discussion.)

Charles

B.

XXIII, 95

"Strength and Ductility of the CopperTin-Zinc Alloys." Robert H. Thurston. (1881).



A

Newly Disof the Allov of Maximum Strength."

"The Strongest covered

Robert H. Thurston.

.

X, 1 (1881).

BUILDING I.AWS.



LIII, 1 (1904). "The Structural Design of Buildings." Charles C. Schneider. (With Discussion.) LIV, 371 (1905).

BUILDING STONE.

C.

in the Modern Charles G. Darrach. Discussion: Robert C. Clarkson. John W. Hill. William Copeland Furber. and Reginald Pelham Bol-

"Mechanical Office

B.

Richards.

II,

187

(1873).

22

Installation

Building."

XLVIII, ton.

"Dimension Stone Quarrying: The BlastWilliam L. Saunders. ing Process." (With Discussion.) XXV. 501 (1891). "Experimental Tests of Building Stones." Robert G. Hatfield. II. 145 (1873). "Experiments on the Resistance of Stones Crushing."

H. de B. Parsons. R. J. Gifford Read, Oscar .T. Kirby, John F. Wallace, Maurice M. Sloan, and William Copeland Purber. XLIV, 449 (1900). "Kinetic Effects of Crowds." C. J. Tilden. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 2107 (1913).

Building laws.

to

.



BRONZES. .309



and others. LXV, 274 (1909). "Foundations for the New Singer Building, New York Citv." T. Kennard Thomson. (With Discussion.) LXIII, 1 (1909). "Height of ." An Informal Discussion. Corvdon T. Purdy, Reginald Pelham Bolton, Robert W. Hunt, W. E. Riley,

(1890).

X,

Stern, LXI, 246.

XLIV, 460 (1900). Fire protection in high ." An In"Pire-Resistant Construction of formal Discussion. Herbert M. Wilson

STRUTS.

Brush.

T. 121

"Cinder Concrete Floors." Guv B. Waite. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1773 (1914). "Concerning Foundations for Heavy in New Y'ork City." Charles Soovsmith. (With Discussion.) XXXV. 4.59 (1896). "Economy in Rectangular Panels, Using Beams of Constant Cross Section." J. S. Branne. LXXIV. 166 (1911). Discussion: E. G. Walker. LXXIV, 175. ." "Effect of Earthquake Shock on High R. S. Chew. LXI, 238 (1908). Discussion Guv B. Waite, B. G. Walker, and

W.

B.



"One

Corvdon

XXXIX,

(1898).

W. A. Doane, George S. L. Cowles. E. M. Scofield, Seaman, .T. P. Snow. Edwin Thacher. J. A. L. Waddell. O. E. Selby, Henrv S. Prichard, Charles B. Wing, and Edgar Marburg. XLII. 189 (1899). "Wind Pressure against ." Ashbel Welch. (With Discussion.) IX, .^91 (1880). "Wind Pressure upon ." C. Shaler Smith. (With Discussion.) X, 139 (1881). C.

Morison.

Contracts." Discussion.)

1

(1902).

XLVIII,

17.

New



Y'ork City public and semi-public LXXVI, 1744 description of. Brief (1913).

"Notes on the Guatemala Earthquakes, and S. Construction." Earthquake - Proof (W ith Discussion.) Vilar V Bov.

LXXXIII, 1689 (1919-20). "On a New Principle in the Theory

of

BUILDINGS— Structures." Discussion.)

(

mil.DlXGS— (Co»(/}iwed).

Cow^niwed)

George

Swain.

F.

LXXXIII, 622

Blakeley, John B. Clermont, Oscar Lowinson, Eugene W. Stern, Charles G. Darrach, E. C. Shankland, Foster Crowell, St. John Clarke, William W. Crehore, and C. A. P. Turner, LIV, 413.

(With

(1019-20).

"Kecent Developments in Pneumatic Foun." (With Usina. dations for D. A. Discussion.) LXI, 211 (1908). "Report on Cause and Correction of Foundation Troubles of Box Factory at Nat(With chez, Mississippi." C. K. Siiiitli.



"The

LXXXIII. 12S'.» (l!)l'.)-20). As Shown in the Removal of a T. Kennard Thomson. LXXI, 200 (1911). Discus-

Ernst

Discussion.)

"Rust

sion; E. L. Verveer, A. W. Carpenter, P. Lavis, S. M. Purdy, R. A. MacGregor, J. B. French, and F. W. Gardiner, LXXI,

31

(1910).

(1917).

"Wind

N. Y." 287 (1873).

William

J.

"Wind Bracing

S.

Ketchum,

B. Walte.

with Special ." Julius of Wind Bracing for High Baier. (With Discussion.) XXXVII, 221



(1897).

BULKHEAD WALLS. See RETAINING WALLS. BULKHEADS.

— for

protection of beaches.

(1916).

"The Use M.

of

Meigs.

LXXX,

1800

Canvas in Water-Tight— ." (With Discussion.) XXXI,

524 (1894).

BUOYS. See LIGHTHOUSES. CABLE RAILWAYS.

"Motive I'ower for Street Railways."

Alfred F. Sears. XXVII, 313 (1892). Discussion, XXVII, 574. "Notes on Cost of Operating ." D. Bontecou. XXVIII, 250 (1893). Discussiou,



XXVIII, 4-,C,. "The Cable Railway on the New York and Brooklyn Bridge." G. Leverich. XVIII, 67 (1888).



"Transmission of Power in Operating ." Robert Gillham. XXIX, 543 (1893). Discussion,

XXX,

548 (1893).

CABLES. "A Simple Method

of Computing DeflecSpan Carrying Multiple Loads Evenly Spaced." F. C. Carstar-

tions of a Cable

phen. sion:

LXXXIII. M'illiani

13S3 (1919-20).

Hewitt and

Durham. LXXXIII,

Discus-

Edward

B.

1399.

Eye-bar cable suspension bridges. LV, 1 and 94 (1905). "Restoration of the Cable Ends of the Covington and Cincinnati Suspension Bridge." Bouscaren. XXVIII, 47 G. Discussion, XXVIII, 358. (1SU3), "The Footbridge for Building the of the Now East River Bridge." Isaac Harby. (With Discussion.) XLIX, 165 (1902).

Llewellyn,

Gun-



vald Aus, J. K. Freitag, Virgil II. Hewes, L: J. Johnson, U. P. Macdonald, E. P.

M.

High—." Guy

XXTIII, 190 (1895). in the St. Louis Tornado, Reference to the Necessity

Pennsylvania Railroad. Certain Engineering Structures of the New York Terminal Area." George B. Francis and Joseph H. O'Brien. LXIX, 152 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Station ConPennsylvania Railroad. struction, Road, Track, Yard Equipment, Electric Traction, and Locomotives." George Gibbs. LXIX, 226, 434 (1910). "The Reinforced Concrete Work of the McGraw Building." William II. Burr. (With Discussion.) LX, 443 (1908). "The Structural Design of—." Charles C. Schneider. LIV, S71 (1905). Discussion: W. B. W. Howe, Charles Worthington, J. R. Worcester, Joseph U. O'Brien, Henry B. Seaman, Augustus Smith.

Goodrich,

in

(With Discussion.)

McAlpine.

George

Henry H. XXVII,

."

"Wind Pressures

Capitol at

I'ost,



Discussion.)

221 (1892).

"The Iron Work for the Dome of the Proposed Government Building, World's Columbian Exposition. Chicago, 111." James C. McGuire. XXVI, 1 (1892). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the

R. D. Coombs, Jr., F. T. Theodore Cooper, Henry W.

High

Bracing in (With

Quimby.

Design of Reinforced Concrete Floor Systems for Fire-Resisting Structures." John S. Sewell. (With Discussion.) LVI, 252 (1906). "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18th, 1906, on Engineering Constructions." Reports of a General Committee and of Six Special Committees of the San Francisco Association of Members of the American Society of Engineers. (With Discussion.) Civil LIX. 208 (1907). "The Failure and Righting of a MillionBushel Grain Elevator." Alexander AlLXXX, 799 (With Discussion.) laire.

II,

Concrete in En-

"Underpinning Trinity Vestry Building for Subway Construction." H. de B. Parsons. LXXXI, 74 (With Discussion.)

10.

Albany,

(With



An Informal Discussion. E. P. Goodrich and others. LXI, 35 (1908). "Underpinning the Cambridge Building, New York City." T. Kennard Thomson. LXVII, 553 (With Discussion.)

Economical

New

at Phil-

(1894).

(1897).

of Reinforced gineering Structures."

Discussion: Nathaniel Roberts, (1904). C. J. Tilden, F. T. Llewellyn, James P. Whiskeman, Guy B. Waite, C. C. Schneider, Oscar Lowinson, H. P. Macdonald, J. H. O'Brien, and George A. Just,

of the

249

"The Use

Discussion.) LXXVII, 1670 (1914). "Steel Stresses in Flat Slabs." H. T. Eddy. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1338 (1914). "Tests of Fire-Proof Flooring Material." George Hill. XXXIV, 542 (1895). Discussion. XXXV, 125 (1896). "The Collapse of a Building during Construction." H. de B. Parsons. LIII, 1

"The Foundations

XXXI,

Underpinning of Heavy ." Jules Breuchaud. With Discussion. XXXVII,

quirement in Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab Floors." John R. Nichols, (With

(1916).

Rec-

Application Wind." Resist (With Discussion.) Its

"The



LIII.

Frameworks with

.lonson.

F.

Discussion.)

Specifications for structural work of LIV, 371 (1905). "Statical Limitations Upon the Steel Re-

"The

of

LV, 413 (1905). "The Tower of the New City Hall adelphia, Pa." C. R. Grimm.

;

Seventeen-Story Building."

202.

Theory

and — WhichPanels, Have to

tangular to

H. 23

CAISSO'SS— (.Continued).

CABLEWAYS. Computing Deflections a Cable Span Carrying Multiple Loads

"A Simple Method of

Evenly (With

of

F. Spaced." Discussion.)

Carstarphen.

C.

LXXXIII,

1383

(1919-20).

"An Aerial Tramway for the Saline Valley Salt Company, Inyo County. California." Carstarphen. Richard Discussion

F. C.

LXXXI,

LXXXI,

Scholtz.

(1917).

Lamb, and H.

:

F.

Miller.

XXXI,

397

(1894). — used in

construction of dam and power Lock 12 Development, Alabama LXXVIII, 1467, 1560 Company. Power (1915). ^ A. C. Tramways. Rope Wire on "Notes Savage. XXXII, 38 (1894). for Logging and "Steam and Electric Richard Lamb. Canal-Boat Towing." XXXII, 44 (1894). Discussion.) (With



C.

D. Purdon.

XXXI,

Kelley.

277 (1894). for the

"The Sinking of the Piers Trunk Pacific Bridge at

F'ort

Grand

William.

(With

Ontario. Canada." H. L. Wiley. Discussion.) LXII, 113 (1909).

"The Use of Compressed Air in Tubular Foundations and its Application at South Street

plant,

.

of the Bridge over the at Van Buren, Arkan-

(With Discussion.) XX, 151 (1889). "The Removal of a Defective Pivot Pier, Howard G. and its Reconstruction." sas."

743.

Spencer

"Cableways."

709

"The Construction Arkansas River,

Bridge,

Philadelphia,

McN.

StaufCer. VII, 287 sion, VIII, 186 (1879).

(1878).

Pa." D. Discus-

Use of concrete and reinforced concrete in—. LIV, Part E, 136 (1905). -

CAMPS. Contractors'



Lock

,

12 Development, AlaLXXVIII, 1462

bama Power Company. (1915).

or Caisson without Timber or Iron in its Construction." Robert L. Harris. (With Discussion.) XXIV, 230 (1891).

"A Few Facts about F.

Discussion.)

353

I,

the

— of

the

Collingwood.

River Bridge."

East (With

337 (1919-20).

493 (1913). Cantonments, "Water Supply for the and Other Projects Built by the Construction Division of the United States Armv." Dabnev H. Maury. (With DisLXXXIII, 481 (1919-20). cussion.)

,

CANALiS "A Study C.

"American

St.

Tunnels,

Railroad

63 (1910).

New York

City."

New

New

York.

Singer Building,

119

(1873).



— for irrigation, cost, 237 seq. (1917). " — between the Lakes and size,

River

et

"Pneumatic Foundations." William Sooy 411 II, Discussion.) Smith. (With

Joseph cussion,

for Buildings." D. A. I^sina. (With Discussion.) LXI, 211 (1908).

dations

Rock

Cantilever

Bridge:

Founda-

XXV,

704.

binger.

(With Discus-

207

LXXXI,

New

York."

(1901).

Dis-

240.

Rapid Transit Coryell.

IX, 401

VI, 51 (1877).



,

(With Discussion.)

LXXVII,

1

(1914).

Delaware & Hudson Canal and Railway,



for East River tunnels. LXIX, 391 (1910). Sinking of at Hawkesbury and Poughkeepsie Bridges. XXXIII. 186 (1895). Specifications for caisson for pier of Cincinnati Highway Bridge. XXVII. 218

Sinking

XLV,

etc.

under Difficulties. "Closing Breaks in II. 161 (1873). O. T. Whitford. "Colorado River Siphon." George Scho-

S.

Quimby.

sion.)

Her-

(1880).

Chenango Canal.

M. Rowe. XXV, 662 (1891). "General Specifications." S. W. Robinson. XXV, 697: "Superstructure." Henry H.

XLV,

vs.

"Recent Developments in Pneumatic Foun-

tions."

Mayer,

"Cheap Transportation and Delivery." Martin

(1873).

"Red

Discussion.)

Engineering."

"Artificial

"History of Little Rock Junction Railway Bridge, of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway Company, Over the Arkansas River at Little Rock, Arkansas, 1883-1914." C. E. Smith. (With

LXXIX, 1 (1915). Discussion.) Iron at Hackensack and Passaic Bridges. II. 9 (1873).

(With

(1914).

Irrigation

C. Hains. Edward P. North, L. M. Haupt, and Theodore Paschke, L, 39. Waterways in Great Britain." W. Henrv Hunter. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 183 (1905). "Artificial Waterways in the United States." William L. Sibert. (Inter Eng. Cong. LIV, Part F, 255 (1905). 1904). Canal embankments. XXXIX. 208 (1898). Canal traction in France, XXIX, 22 (1893).



II.

Economic Conduit Location."

Hickok.

P.

(With Discussion.) LXIII, 1 (1909). of the East River "Further Notes on the Bridge." F. Collingwood. (With Discussion.)

of

.

bert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.) XXV, 161 (1891). "An Alternative Line for the Nicaragua Canal: and a Proposed New Method of Dam Construction." J. Francis Le Baron. L, 23 (1903). Discussion: Alfred Noble,

Kennard Thomson.

T.

E.



LXXVII, 778

I,

"Foundations for the



LXXVI,

LXVIII, 426, 430 (1910). — road. siphon. Colorado River shafts, for LXXVII, 4 (1914). — of Cincinnati and Covington Bridge. 53 (1890). — XXIII, East River Bridge. VI, 15 (1877). — of of Sibley Bridge. XXI, 108 (1889). — used for Illinois and Louis Bridge at 259 (1872). — usedLouis. in construction of shafts for Penn-

LXIX,

F. Lavis.

on

Location

"The Sanitation of Construction ." Harold (With Discussion.) Farnsworth Gray.

(1872). and Its

— 1at (1909). Johnsonville Bridge. XXXI, 591 (1894). — East River Tunnels, Pennsylvania Rail-

sylvania

Choctaw,

of

(With Discussion.) LIV, 104 (19051. "Sewage and Wastes Disposal for the Army." Leonard S. United States LXXXIII, (With Discussion.) Doten.

Prevention." Disease Henry Japp. (With Discussion.) LXV,

"Caisson

St.

the

Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad."

"Methods

CAISSONS. "A Coffer Dam

Early history. VI, 44 (1877). "Description of Survey for Determining the Slope of Water Surface in the Brie Canal." W. H. Searles. VI, 289 (1877). "Early Surveys and Reports in Reference to the Transmission of Trade across the Allegheny Mountains in the State of



(1892).

24

CA'SAl.S—(Contimied). Pennsylvania, known as the Allegheny Portage." Moncure Robinson. XV, 181 (1886).

CAy;AJ.S—{Contimied).

"Steam and Electric Cableways for Logging and Canal-Boat Towing." Richard Lamb. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 44

"Economic

Canal Location in I'niform Countries." Lvman E. Bishop. LXXIV, Discussion: H. J. Doolittle, 178 (1911). C E. Shipmaii. Siiiii (!. I'orter, and C. C. Williams, LXXIV, 189.

"Effect

upon

Depth

of

Thomas

ways."

XXXV.

cussion.)

Water(With Dis-

Artificial

Clarke.

C.

(1S9G). 1 of. VI, 39

Erie Canal, history

278 (1894).

"Hydrology of the T'anama Canal." Caleb cussion

LXXVI.

Henry

:

871 (1913).

"The Bohio Dam." George S. Morlson. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 235 (1902). "The Cape Cod Canal." William Barclay

E.

Lock-Gates,

and

Models,

Benjamin

(1893). Prewitt and outlet Inlet LXXVII. 107 (1014). Colo.



.

F.





Works

(1890).

a

of Translation

that

Orifice,

XXX,

Discussion. XXX, 712. C. D. Ward. (With DisLIII, 36 (1904). "The Improvement of a Portion of the Jordan Level of the Erie Canal." William B. Landreth. (With Discussion.) XLIII, 566 (1900). "The Improvement of Three Holland Ship ." L. F. E. van Hoogenhuyze and J. A. de Lint. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 209 (1905).

"The North and East Sea Canal." J. Fulscher. (Translated from the German by Kenneth Allen.) XXX, 421 (1893). "The Panama Canal." A. G. Menocal. LVI, l!t7 (1906). Discussion: George B. Francis, Theodore Paschke, and Clemens

Emanate together

Herschel, LVI, 204. Panama Canal." George S. Morison. L, 155 (1903). Discussion: M. Meigs. Theodore Paschke, C. L. Harrison, W. E. Crane. Boyd Ehle, William H. Burr, P. Bunau-Varilla, and L. J. Le Conte, L, 185. "The Production of TraflBc and the Transportation of Freight and Passengers." Martin Coryell. (With Discussion.) II, 240 (1873). "The Proposed Lake Erie and Ohio River Ship Canal." John M. Goodwin. (With Discussion.) XXV, 411 {181tl). "The Radical Enlargement of the Artificial Waterway between the Lakes and the Hudson River." E. Sweet. XIV, 37 (1885). Discussion, XIV, 43, 93. "The Santa Ana Canal of the Bear Valley Irrigation Comi)aiiy." \\'illiam Ham. Hall. XXXIII, 61 (1895). Discussion,

"The

(1901).

(1908).

"Ship Canal Locks Calculated for Operation bv Steam." Ashbel Welch. IX, 293 (1880).

R. E. Peary.

XXI, 69

(1889).

"Some Important Phases of Canal Navigation, Illustrated by Recent Experiments in Germany." Elnathan Sweet. XLVII, 435 (1902).

"Some

Notes on the Holland Dikes." William Starling. (With Discussion.)

XXVI,

386 (1893).



"Rotating Screen of Power Canal, Salt River Project." F. Teichman. LX, 337

1889."

Discussion, IX, 287.

cussion.)

(1888).

in



"The Gatun Dam."

against "Railroad Discrimination New York, and the Remedy." Abel E. Blackmar. XLVI, 182 (With Discussion.)



XXXIX,

Enlargement and Improvement of the North Sea Canal of Holland (Amsterdam Ship Canal)." A. E. Kempees.

with an Examination of the Feasibility of the ProposiMl I'.aie Verte Canal." Clemens Horschel. IV, 185 (1875). "Plant and Material of the Panama Canal." William Plumb Williams. XIX, 273

"Ship

Joseph

cussion.)

"The

Executed

Submerged

Traflic."

(1880).

LXXVI,

A Review

416 (1893).

from

Henry

"The Engineering Problems Involved in the Proposed Improvement of the Erie Canal by Increasing the Depth of the Channel One Foot." E. Sweet. IX, 99

A

"On Waves

(1917).

for of Large Mayer. (With Dis273 (1898). "The Economic Dimensions for a Waterway from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic." George Y. Wisner. (With Discussion.) XLV, 224 (1901).

in France from 1876 to 1891." F. Guillain. (TransFrench lated from the by C. L. Crandall. assisted by C. AV. Sherman.) XXIX, 1 (1893). Net registered tonnage at Sault Ste. Marie, 1855-1899. XLV, 277 (1901). "Notes on Projects for the North Sea Canal from 1629-1893." Huet. XXX,

"Navigation

Canal."

(1918).

Reservoir,

XXIII, 224

.

Panama LXXXI, 1021

Goldmark.

"The Economic Depth

355 (1913). of their Development in the Netherlands." A. B. Eng. Cong. 1904.) Marinkelle. (Inter. LIV, Part D. 401 (1905). :

of Stresses in Mitering Special Reference to

with

the Gates on the

of stresses in mitering lock-gates with special reference to the gates on the Panama Canal. Discussion by David A. Molitor. LXXXII, 1469

A. Projects." G. Discussion, (1879).

in India.

Lining of irrigation "Natural Waterways

Discussion:

The distribution

"Inter-Oceanic Menocal. VIII. 311 IX, 1, 47, 87, 117, 429 (1880). Irrigation

1 (1918).

L, 327 (1903).

"The Distribution

LXXXII, (With Discussion.) Groat. 1138 (1918). Influence of Panama Canal on Pacific ports. LXXVI, 215 (1913). "Inland Navigation in France." A. Chargu6raud. (Translated from the French bv Foster Crowell.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 235 (1905). "Inland Transportation." F. A. Mahan. XXIX, 97 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 457

Canal

LXXXII,

Clemens Herschel and T. Kennard Thomson, LXXXII, 144. "The Development of the Commerce of the Great Lakes." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Asheville, N. C, June 9th, 1903. Alfred Noble.

Dis-

Abbot and W.

li.

Fuller. LXXVI, 980. Hydraulic "Ice Diversion. Similaritv." Hydraulic

R. D. JohnLXXXI, 112

(1917).

Parsons. (1877).

"Hoisting Apparatus of the Canal HeadGates at Sewall's Falls, N. H." John R. Freeman. (With Discussion.) XXXII, Mills SaVille.

(1894).

"Surges in an Open Canal." son. (With Discussion.)

XXXIII.

559 (1892).

25

587.

CA'SAl.S— (Continued) "The Shubenacadie Canal."

CAR FERRIES. See

Keat-

H.

E.

XII. 436 (1883).

ing.

LXXXII,

515 (1918). "The Tleton Canal." E. G. Hopson. Discussion.) LXXI, 158 (1911).

Tonnage on Falls—.

"Water-Power

of

Morris

River." cussion.)

II,

and

Suez

Erie,

XXXV,

13

S.

"

Falls

of

Belknap.

its Uses in Electrical Engineering." Clarence M. Barber. XXIX, 680 (1893).

CARS. See ROLLING STOCK. CARTRIDGE METAL.

the Ohio (With Dis-

"A Peculiar Phase

(1873).

"Water Supply for the Lock Canal Panama." Julio F. Sorzano. LXVII,

O.

at

"Experiments on the Front or Shield of Casemate at Fort the Experimental Monroe." J. G. Barnard. I, 173 (1872).



CAST IRON.

of the Colorado River "Availability of the of the West for Railway Purposes." Robert Brewster Stanton. (With DisXXVI, 283 (1892). cussion.) Howard V. Lengthwise." "Bridging Hinckley. XXVI, 521 (1892). XXVI, 333 of the Rio Santa of Peru.

"An

Investigation the Determine to Disk, Cooled from Strains in a Hollow the Interior." G. Leverich. XVIII, 43



"



—(1888). Strength cussion.)

8 (1891).

806

designs

of

tinuous girder, and Hell Gate Arch

cantilever,

contypes

1 (1895). for Compressive Members the Use of of Iron Bridges." F. C. Lowthorp. I, 228 (1872). Relation between tenacity and resistance VII, 169 (1878). to torsion. XXXIX, 237 (1898). Resilience tests of— Some dimensions of water pipe. LXXXIII, 297 (1919-20). Columns." "Tables of the Strength of Edwin Thacher. II, 294 (1873). Tests of—. II, 349 (1873); III, 1 (1874). building construction. in The use of LIII, 1 (1904). See also IRON.

suspension Bridge. LXXXII,

(1918).

XXII, 409

(1890).

Rock S.

Cantilever

Bridge:

M. Rowe.

XXV,



Founda-

662

(1891)



;

"General Specifications." S. W. Robinson. XXV, 697; "Superstructure." Henry H. Quimby. XXV, 704. (With Discus-



sion.)

Specifications for cantilever highway bridge at Cincinnati, O. XXVII, 194 (1892). "The Cantilever Bridge at Niagara Falls."

Charles C. Schneider. (With Discussion.) XIV, 499 (1885). "The Cantilever Highway Bridge at Cincinnati." Gustave Kaufman and F. C. Osborn. XXVII, 173 (1892). "The Construction of the Poughkeepsie Bridge." John F. O'Rourke. XVIII, 199

CEBIENT.

cussion,

XVII,

and

278 (1880). Analyses of





Indiana

XVII, 111

Bridge." Dis(1887).

— — 1898). concrete (1918). " — Joints

169.

"The Pittsburg and Lake Erie Railroad Cantilever Bridge Over the Ohio River Raymer. at Beaver, Pa." Albert R. (With Discussion.) LXXIII, 136 (1911). "The Sewickley Cantilever Bridge Over the Ohio River." A. W. Buel. LXXVI, 582 (1913). Discussion: L. J. Le Conte, Theodore A. Worthington, Charles Straub, C. W. Hudson, V. R. Covell, and

Henry H. Quimby, LXXVI, See also



628.

M. 524

Cast-iron

,

;

;

— in

Meigs.

1391,

Water

LXXXIII,



CAMPS.

"The Use of

for

LXXXII,

_

1407

Mains."

(With Discussion.) Shaw. 277 (1919-20). mortar and concrete used in the Pennsylvania Avenue Subway. XLVIII, 488, 557 (1902). tests, etc., at Monterrey, Mexico. LXXII, 493 (1911). "Compressive Strength of Cements and the Compression of Mortars and Settlement of Masonry." Report of Progress of the XVII, 213 Committee. XV, 717 (1886) XVIII, 264 (1888). (1887) XXXI, 504 (1894). tests. Concrete and Effect of sea water on—. LXXVI, 1026

CANTONMENTS. See

pavement.

H.

Clark

BRIDGES.

CANVAS.



." F. O. Norton. IX. Discussion, IX, 341. for test specimens of concrete to be immersed in sea water. LXXXI, 652 (1917). Mortars under Various Con"Behavior of tingencies of Use. With a Brief Discussion of Certain Tests, etc." F Collingwood. XIV, 491 (1885). as a preservative of metal. XXXIX, 33

"American Natural

(1888).

"The Kentucky Mace Moulton.



"On

Bridge." "Observations on the Forth Charles E. Emery. (With Discussion.) tions."



(1915).

"Notes on Manufacture and Properties of Malleable—." H. R. Stanford. XXXIV,

CANTIIiEVER BRIDGES. Comparative

and Speci(With Dis-

Pipe." Marshall "External Corrosion of (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, R. Pugh.

"The First Trip through Big Horn Canon."

"Red

J. B. Johnson. XXII, 91 (1890).

fications."

(1892).

XXV.

Resilience, Tests

:



E. Gillette.

of Metallic Behavior." (With Discussion.)

(1882).

CASEMATES.

Hodges, Theodore Paschke, Allen Hazen, C. M. Saville, LXVII, 91.

and

for 865

Michaelis.

E.

XI. 429

61 (1910). Discussion: C. E. Grunsky, H. F.

CANONS.

— and

(With

(1806).

the

261

CARBON.

Mary's

St.

FERRIES.

CAR WHEELS. See WHEELS.

"The Three 15-Cubic Yard Dipper-Dredges, Gamboa, Paraiso, and Cascadas, as Supplied and Used on the Panama Canal." Ray W. Berdeau. (With Discussion.)

Water-Tight Bulkheads." (With Discussion.) XXXI,

(1913).

(1894).

26



CEMENT— (CoJJ^)»i«erf).

CEUE'ST— (Continued)

— (190S).

upon

of sea water concrete. LXI, 42

EflEect

"Experiments Yardley.

on

II,

mortar and

,

Edmund

Cements."

153

(1873).

"Experiments with Appliances for Testing



." Alfred Noble. IX. ISO (1880). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." HerDiscussion.) bert M. Wilson. (\\'ith

LXX, "Final

on

190

(1910).

Report Uniform

the Special Tests of—."

of

Committee

LXXV,

665

(1912).

"Grouting Operations, Catskill Water SupSanborn and M. E. ply." James F. Zipser. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 980

— I

"Impervious Concrete." An Informal Discussion. R. W. Lesley and others. LI, (1903).



Kinds of defined. LXXXI, 1113 (1917). ." "Neat Tests vs. Sand Tests for Portland Bent Russell. (With Discussion.) S.

XXV.



(1891).

29.5

"Note on the Consolidation of Mortar." George W. Rafter. XLVIII. 96 (1902). "Notes and Experiments on the Use and ." William W. Testing of Portland



Maclav. VI, 311 274



(1877). Discussion,



(1880).

"Notes

on

cretes." cussion.)

Cements. Mortars and ConWilliam H. Grant. (With Dis-

XXV,

259

LXX VI,

LXXVI. 1033. "On the Composition

Cements Arthur Beck-

of Ancient

and Rosendale Cements."

with. II, 171 (1873). "On the Manufacture and Testing of Portland—." Henry Faija. XXX, 43 (1893). Discussion. XXX. 594. "Portland Testing." Henry Faija. XVII, 218 (1887). "Progress Report of the Special Committee



on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete."

LXX VII,

385

(1914).



Made for Boston "Record of Tests of Main Drainage M'orks, 1S78-1884." Eliot XIV, 141 (1885). C. Clarke. "Retrogression in the Tensile Strength of ." LXXIV, 398 (1911). J. M. O'Hara. Discuasioir: Maurice G. Parsons, Clifford Richardson, R. S. Greenman. B. P. Goodrich, and E. D. Knap, LXXIV, 403. "Some Experiments with Mortars and Concretes Mixed with Asphaltic Oils." Arthur Taylor and Thomas Sanborn. (With Discussion.) LXXVI. 1094 (1913). "Some Notes on Hot-Bath Tests for ." Frederick H. Lewis and .T. Edward





(With Discussion.) XXXII, AVhitfield. .321 (1894). "Some of the Properties of Oil-Mixed Port-



land Mortar and Concrete." Logan Waller Page. LXXIV. 255 (1911). Discussion: S. D. Newton, T. S. Oxholm, Lars R. Jorgensen, H. de B. Parsons, Frank J. Phelan, ClifCord Richardson, Parsons, R. D. Coombs, Maurice G. E. H. Thomes, H. F. Dunham, J. B. Lippincott, and E. Kuichling, LXXIV,

271.

,

.

French by Paul A. .Seurot.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV. Part F. 31 (1905). of Frost on and Mortar, Together with Other Experimen-s on These Moiterials." Ernest R. Matthews and James Watson. LXIV, 320 fl90»i. Discussion William Mavo Venable. Herbert W. Hatton. John CL Wait. James L. Davis, Robert Brewster Stanton, Eugene W. Stern, Edwin Duryea, Jr.. Myron II Lewis: and Theodore Belzner. LXIV,



"The Actfon

:



." I. of Portland 1027 (1913). Discussion: Chandler Davis, L. J. Le Conte, George G. Honness. and George S. Binckley,

Hiroi.

,T.



Concrete." Andreas "Notes on Portland Discussion.) Lundteigen. (W ith

XXXVII. .501 (1897). "On Long-Time Tests

of

329 (1880). Tests of—. VII. 49 (1878). "Tests of—." W. A. Aiken. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 37 (1905). Tests of Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. James B. How.nrd. F. Schiile. L. J. Le Conte, J. A. Fairleigh, Frederic P. Stearns. Richard L. Humphrey, Edouard Candlot, and W. A. Aiken. LIV, Part F. 43 (1903). "Tests of Materials other than Metals." Edouard Candlot. (Translated from the

(1891).



Tests

More

for D. IX,



and an Appliance Accurate Determinations." Whittemore. (With Discussion.)

"Tensile

VII,

(1878).

:



(1919-20).

"Hot Tests for Determining Change of Volume in Portland ." W. W. Maclay. (With Discussion. XXVII, 412 (IS'.Ci). 114

Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete: Standard specifications for—. LXVI, 454 (1910). "Specifications and Methods of Tests of Portland—." LXXXII, 166 (1918). Specifications for Progress Report of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. LXXVII, 427 (1914). Specifications for Portland—. XXXVII, 314 (1897). "Street Grades and Cross-Sections in As." phalt and Robert P. Woods. (With Discussion.) XLII, 1 (1899). Tensile strength of mortars. IX, 286

333.

"The Effect of Alkali on Concrete." George Gray Anderson. (With Discussion.) LXVII, 572 (1910). "The Effect of Freezing on Mortar." Alfred Noble. (With Discussion.) XVI, 79



(1887).



"The Fatigue of Products." J. L. Van Ornum. LI, 443 (1903). Discussion: E. R. Buckley, L. F. Bellinger, A. L. Johnr son, and H. F. Dunham, LI, 446. "The Manufacture of ." R. W. Lesley. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV. Part B, 91 (1905). Discussion: J. A. Fairleigh, Leslie S. Robertson, R. L. Humphrey, F. Schiile, and Oswald Erlinghagen, LIV, Part B, 125. "The Preservation of Materials of Construction." An Informal Discussion. William Barclay Parsons and others. L, 293 (1903). 'The Testing of Portland and the Development of the Industry in Ger-







Max

many." the 1

Gary.

German bv John Discussion,

(1893).

"The Use of Oil Sands

— for

(Translated S.

Siebert.)

XXX,

from

XXX,

594.

Excluding Water from

Drilling Wells." Paul M. 1644 (1913). Theory of concrete. XLII, 104 (1899). "Tufa as Manufactured and Used on the Los Angeles Aqueduct." J. B. Lippincott. LXXVI, 520 (1913). Discussion: .1. M. O'Hara, L. J. Le Conte, Ralph J. Reed, Clifford Richardson, Luther Wagoner, E. D. Knap, O. E. Mogensen, Rapier R. Coghlan, Charles H. Paul. W. Peterson, and Lulgl Lulggl, O.



.

in

LXXVI,

Paine.

,

LXXVI,

548.

CEMENT

(Cnvtivued).

"Uniform System for Tests of of

Committee.

the

(With

Discussion). Report, XIV,

Final



."

Preliminary XIII. 53 475 (1885).

Report Report (18S4J

;



Used in the Construction of the Rocky River Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio." Wilbur J. Watson. (With Discussion.)

LXXIV,

1

.

1241

CENTERING. "Steel

CIVIL ENGINEERS— (CoMfmwed). ment of, and Compensation of — (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 1207 (1917). Services of — in World War. LXXXIII,

(1911).

"Clamp for Pulling Sheet Piling." E. Emery. XX, 118 (1889).

Construction

LXXXII,

Testing of Hydro-Electric Generators." Benjamin P. Groat. (With Discussion.)

by

'

Hvdro-Chemieal

Gaugings."

XXIX,

Floyd

LXXXIII,

LXX, Use of

CHEMISTRY. and

Its

654 (1893).

190



LXX,

CHIMNEYS.

.•^67

materials

in

puddle.

(1892).

190

(1910).

— Trade

as Connected." aS72).

and Labor QuesMartin Coryell. I.



"The Conflagration now Existing in the at Kidder Slone." Martin Coryell. ITT,

"Chimney

for the Narragansett Electric Lighting Company, Providence, R. I." John T. Henthorn. (With Discussion.)



other

658

"The Anthracite tion,

1 (1891). 'Crinoline' of the Company at .Tohnstown, Webb. XIV, 186 (1885).

(1910).

— and

"Comparative Tests of Bituminous Steam Coals." .Tohn W. Hill. (WMth Discussion.) XLII. 27 (1899). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.)



XXV,

— roads.

sand

COAL,.

Application

the Precise Testing of Hydro-Electric Generators." Beniamin F. Groat. (With Discussion.) LXXX. 951 (1916). the corrosion of cast-iron pipe. of LXXVIII. 806 (1915). of the Processes "Some Remarks on the of Lime Sulphite Fiber Manufacture." Martin L. Griffin. XX, 281 (1889). to

"The

and

"Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.)

XXVI,

"Chemi-Hydrometry

of earth 1409 (1918).

Facts relating to clays in United States.

Weir Formula

A. Nagler. (With Discussion.) 105 (1919-20).

Charles

CLAY. "An Investigation of Sand — Mixtures for Road Surfacing." .Tohn C. Koch. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 14.54 (1914).

CHARTS. See GRAPHICAL, CHARTS. CHEMI-HYDR03IETRY. "^and Its Application to the Precise LXXX, 951 (1916). "Verification of the Bazin

(1919-20).

CLAMPS.

147 .^.17

n874). n875).

Discussion,



Conl conveyors. XLIV, 119, 146 (1900). "Coal Piers on the Atlantic Seaboard." .T. E. Greiner. LXXVII. 454 n914). used in contractor's plant, Pennsvlvania Railroad Tunnels, New York. LXIX, 20 noio). "The Coal Hoists of the Calumet and Hecla

(With Mass., U. S. A." Hiram F. Mills. Discussion.) XIV, 171 (1885). "The Station B Chimney of the New York Steam Co." Charles E. Emery. XIV, 180 (1885).



CINDER CONCRETE. See CONCRETE.

"The Narragansett Bav Coal Depot."

Mining Companv." Discussion.)

COAIi

:

1653



(1913).



Structural development of 631



.

LXXXI,

POCKETS.

('1906t

LXXI, 192

Falk.

Myron

S.

(1911).

COAI.ING STATIONS. Piers on the Atlantic Seaboard." LXXVII, 454 (1914). E. Greiner. Philadelphia Germantown and Norristown Railroad, in Philadelphia. LXXVI,

"Coal



585,

(1917).

.T. ,

1877

(1913).

"The Narragansett Bav Coal Depot." Au-

CIVIL ENGINEERS. See

Au(With Discussion.) LVII,

,

204



(1893).

(With

(1906).

"Two Reinforced Concrete — ."

XIII, 172 (1884). "Practical and Aesthetic Principles for ." the Laying Out of Stiibben. J. (Translated from the German by W. H. XXTX, 718 (1893). Discussion, Searles.) sey.

.591

.Tulius Tvahn. (1899).

269

Coal bins and pockets on the Atlantic seaboard. LXXVII. 478 (1914). Philadelphia Germantown and Nnrristown Railroad, in Philadelphia. LXXVI, 1876 (1913). Construction of—. XLIV, 119 (1900); LVII,

"On the Comparative Liability to, and Danger from Conflagrations, in London and in American ." Edward B. Dor-

XXX.

XLL

gustus Smith. 204

CITIES. "Commercial The Law of their Birth and Growth." Alfred F. Sears. (With Discussion.) XIV, 19 (1885). "Engineering Achievements and Activities of New York Citv." Alfred D. Flinn.

LXXVI,

."

COAI.-HANDLING MACHINERY.

"The Merrimack Manufacturhig Company's Chimney at Lowell. Mass." J. T. Baker. XIV, 175 (1885). "The Pacific Mills Chimnev at Lawrence,



IV,

153;

III,

"The Manufacture of Coke from Illinois Henry L. Luebbers. II, 163 (1873).

Cambria Iron Pa." George

gustus Smith. LVII, 204 (1906). Discussion: E. H. Foster, LVII, 224.

ENGINEERING.

CIVIL ENGINEERS.

COAST.

"Final Report of the Special Committee to Investigate the Conditions of Employ-

"Littoral



Movements of the New Jersey with Remarks on Beach Protection and

28

COAST

{Con tinned). Jetty Reaction." Lewis M. Haupt. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 123 (1890). at the Mississippi Subsidence of the Gulf



LIV, 83

Delta.

"The

(1905).

Preservation

LXXXII,

TION.

Steel

LXXX 11

R. Krohn.

(1886). J. A. L.

5.37

"Note on

Discussion.) in

LXXX,

Dock.

Dam

of 279

LXVI,

Development. Alabama Power Company.

C.

1

97

(1915).



." J. R. WorcesLXI, 156 (1908). Discussion: Henry Seaman, Luzerne S. Cowles, Charles M. Emmons, Henry S. Prichard, Horace E. Horton, F. P. Shearwood, L. D.

B.

W.

Rights, A.

Carpenter, C.

J.

Tilden,

Ernst F. .Tonson. R. D. Coombs, and William Cain. LXI, 162. "Some Experiments on the Strength of Bessemer Steel Bridge Compression Members."' James G. Dagron. (With

(1915).

Discussion.) XX. 254 (1889). "Some Tests of Large Steel ." James E. Howard. LXXIII, 429 (1911). Discus-



New York

City." Charles W. Staniford. LXXXI, 498 (1917). Discussion: Frederic R. Harris, D. A. Watt, C. A. Wentworth, Thomas H. Wiggin. T. Kennard

sion Albert Lucius, Leon S. Moisseiff, A. W. Carpenter, ,T. S. Branne, Lewis D. Rights, .7. R. Worcester, Horace E. Horton, Arthur N. Talbot, .Tames Christie, N. R. McLure, R. S. Chew, George Cole, Shearwood, Charles N. F. P Worthington, and F. C. Kunz, LXXIII, :

Boardman, William Cudworth, LXXXI,

E.

(W ith Discussion.)

Carey.

ter.

Discussion.) LXII, 113 (1909). "Unusual Coffer-Dam for 1000-Foot Pier,

S.



"Safe Stresses in Steel

"The Sinking of the Piers for the Grand Trunk Pacific Bridge at Fort William, Ontario. Canada." H. L. WMley. (With

Thomson, Charles M. Black, and F.

O.

LXXVIII,



Construction and failure of used at Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX, 236 (1916). "History of Little Rock .Junction Railway Bridge, of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway Company, Over the Arkansas River at Little Rock, Arkansas, 1883-1914." C. E. Smith. (With

LXXIX.

401 (1910).

"Report on a Series of Tests on Concrete Reinforced with a Spiral of Steel." G. Wrentmore, Hugh Brodie, and C.

.

construction of main dam, Lock 12

Discussion.)

415 et seq. (1914).



(1917).

(1915).

the

:

"Progress Report of Special Committee on Steel and Struts." (With Discussion.)

(1892).

LXXVIII. 1482



LXXVII.

center pier Arthur Kill Bridge.

Coffer-dam used in raising the battleship LXXXI, Maine: also other sheet-piling



of

Experiments Which Have Been Accumulated, and Proposing New Formulas." Thomas H. Johnson. (With Discussion.) XV. 517 (1886). Progress report of Special Committee on Reinforced Concrete and Concrete.

(1916).

XXVII. 475

101

Elasticity

of

cussion.) L, 473 (1903). Discussing the Strength of

XXIV,

construction

Coefficient

"On

(1891).

Coffer-dam boat used Pearl Harbor Dry

the

Concrete and Mortar Beams during Flexure." Myron S. Falk. (With Dis-

Caisson without Timber Its Construction." Robert

Iron in Harris. (With

Wad-

LXIII,

Discussion.)

(1909).

COFFER DAMS. "A Coffer Dam or

— for

XV.

(With

dell.

(Inter. (1905).

.55.3

Twelfth Street Viaduct

"Nickel Steel for Bridges."

.57

Coffer



,

City, Mo. LXXX, 491, 550 (1916). for Compression Members."

Kansas

Goethals. W. George Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A,

L.

(1919-20).

1.583

1,

(With Discussion.)

Struts."

"New Formula

"Fortifications."

2.30

— and

Investigation of

COAST DEFENCE.

or

(1918).

1,541

"Final Report of the Special Committee on

in Klliott

the Vicinity of New York City." LXXX, (With Discussion.) Dent. .T. 1786 (1916). See also HARBORS: SHORE PROTEC-

(Confimied).

Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. Discussion hv L. .T. Mensch and others.

Beaches

Sandy

of

COLCMXS

543.

.

COKE.

448.



"The Manufacture of from Illinois Coal." Henry L. Luebbers. II, 163 (1873).

COLUMNS. "A New Formula for A. Du Bois. .T.

69 (1892). — XXVII, for Manhattan LXXXII, 573, 747, — of concrete and

LXXXI,

Elevated

Clarke,

XI,

61.

A.

Railways.

246.

Wrought-

Tests of reinforced concrete

XIII, 85

130





"Experiments upon Z-Iron bel. (With Discussion.)

."

.

LXX,

88,

Building during Conde B. Parsons. (With

of a

struction." H. Discussion.) LIII,

1

(1904).

"The Crippling Strength of Wrought Iron—." C. L. Gates. IX, 407 (1880). "The I'ractical Column under Central or

L. Stro-

XVIII,



(1910).

"The Collapse

Discussion, C.

Axial Charles

Compression Pieces." Arthur N. Talbot and Herbert F. Moore LXV. 202 (1909). Discussion: John C. Moses, LXV,

concrete.

." Phcenix T. C, Bonzano, .Tohn Griffen, and

XI, 1 (1882).

sub-

.3,39



(1918).

reinforced

upon

David Reeves.

LXXV,

and Transverse Loading." Worthington. XLVIII, 462 (1902). ." "Tables of the Strength of Cast-Iron Edwin Thacher. II, 294 (1873). "Tests of Built-Up Steel and Wrought-Iron



." the Strength of (With Discussion.)

1124 et seq. (1917). "Experiments on the Strength of Iron Struts." Janios Christie. (1884). Discussion, XIII, 267.

"Experiments

ways.

"Stresses in

7.52

for — in bridges and — Subject(1912). to Combined

Specifications

103

Eccentric Loads." J. M. Moncrieflf. (With Discussion.) XLV, .3,34 (1901). "The Strength and Elasticity of Structural

(1888).

"Faults in the Theory of Flexure, and an Epitome of Certain I-Beam Tests Made at Ambridge. Pa." Henrv S. Prichard

Steel,

(With Discussion.) LXXV, 895 (1912). Final report of the Special Committee on

Beams

and its Efficiency in the Form of and Struts." .Tames Christie.

XIII, 253 (1884).

29

Discussion, XIII. 267.

CO'LV'M'SS— (Continued). "The Strength of—." W. 2oS (1913). Diseusaion: J. O. Eckerslev. Henrv

1,1..^ xvi..T..T.v,«c

E. Lilly. LXXVI. Edward Godfrey.

S. Prichard, and S. Branne. LXXVl", 275. "The Strength of Pillars. An Analysis." Discussion.) (With Leopold Eidlitz.

J.

XXXV.

371

(1806).

"The Strength Bouscaren.

Wrought Iron

of

IX,

447

(1880).

XI, 61 (1882). "The Structural Design Charles C. Schneider. sion.)

LIV,



."

"A

Buildings." (With Discus-

of

Ernst F. LVI. 92 (1900). "The Use of Reinforced Concrete in Engineering Structures." An Informal Discussion, E. P. Goodrich and others. LXI, 35 (1908>. "Theory of the Ideal Column." Wm. Cain. (With Discussion.) XXXIX, 96 (1898). •Tonson.

COMMERCE. The Law of their "Commercial Cities Birth and Growth." Alfred F. Sears. (With Discussion.) XIV, 19 (1885). "Notes upon Docks and Harbors." Luther LXII, (With Discussion.) Wagoner. :

919



COMPENSATING WORKS.



of the Lake Superior Power Company." G. F. Sticknev. LIV. 346 (1905). Discussion: L. J. Le Conte. LIV. 368. "The Low Stage of Lakes Huron and Michigan." C. E. Grunsky. (With DisLXIII, 31 (1909). cussion.)

COMPRESSED

AIR. Transmission Plant "A Water Power and for the North Star Mining Company. Grass Valley, Cal." Arthur De Wint (With Discussion.) XXXVI, 171 Foote.



(1896).

"Caisson

and Its Prevention." (With Discussion.) LXV,

Disease

Henrv Japp. (1909).

1

"— as

— in ,T.

Motor for Subterranean Railways." Dutton Steele. I, 244 (1872). a

tunneling.

LXXVII,

8

Colorado

River

siphon.

(1914).

'The Shone Hydro-Pneumatic System of Urban H. Broughton. S e w e r a g e." XXVII, 659 (1892). Discussion, XXVIII, 57 (1893). of its

— in

Tubular Foundations and Application at South Street Bridge.

"The Use

D. McN. Stauffer. Philadelphia, Pa." VIT. 287 (1878). Discussion, VIII, 186

O. E. Michae-

."

Discussion. XXX, (1803). — pavement. LXXXII, 1391, 1407 Cement, mortar and — used in the Pennsyl020 (1893).

,507

(1918).

vania Avenue Subway.

523

(1915).



Floors." Guy B. Waite, LXXVII, 1773 (1914). Discussion: Arthur H. Diamant, J. R. Worcester, A. W. Buel, Charles C. Hurlbut, W. B. Claflin, F. W. Skinner, Oscar Lowinson, George E. Strehan, A. L. A. Himmelwright, and

"Cinder

Edgar Marburg, LXXVII, 1800. — and cement tests. XXXI, 504 (1894). " — and Concrete-Steel in the United States."

Edwin

"

Thacher. (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part E. 425 (1905). Concrete- Steel in the United States."

1904.)

— and

John

S.

Sewell.



— used

in

Eng.

(Inter.

LIV, Part E, — 1904.) as a preservative of (1898). " — Blocks at Osaka

Cong.

459 (1905). metal. XXXIX, 33

Harbour

Works,

Japan." S. Shima. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV. Part A, 221 (1905). " Bridges: Some Important Features in Their Design." Walter M. Smith, Sr., and Walter M. Smith, Jr. (With Dis-



LXXVII, 695 (1914). — cussion.) encased steel arch bridge for Niagara River Crossing. LXXXIII, 44 (1919-20). — for bridge piers and foundations.

XXXIV,

247

(1895).

"Concrete-Lined Oil-Storage Reservoirs in California; Construction Methods, and Cost Data." E. D. Cole. (With Discussion.)

"—Piles."

LXXX, 691 (1916). Howard J. Cole.

cussion.)

LXV,

(With

Dis-

467 (1909).

— Sewer at Mt. Vernon." William E. Worthen. (With Discussion.) XXIV, (1891). — 393 used in Buffalo Breakwater. LII, 94 (1904). — seq. used in construction of Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX, (1016). — used on Erie Railway. X, 291 (1881). — walls for 1000-ft. pier. LXXXI, 532 "

et

24.S

(1917).

Disintegration of—. Effect

of

salt

LXXXI,

water

on



.

(1914).

of temperature on (1919-20).

LXXXIII, 590



488, 5.57



Effects

for operating switches, signals, etc., Air Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, New York. LXIX, 290 (1910). Valleiy. Cal. Power Plant. at Grass

XLVIII,

(1902).

"Cinder Floor Construction Between Steel Beams." Harold Perrine and George E. Strehan. (With Discussion.) LXXIX,

seq.

COLUMNS. COMPRESSORS.

(1896). to air



Cement

Effect of sea water on

See

180

.fi..-:

"B6ton-Coignet, Its Fabrication and UseSv" Leonard F. Beckwith. I, 93 (1872). "Bridge Substructure and Foundations in Nova Scotia." Martin Murphy. XXIX,

(1916).

COMPRESSION ME3IBERS.

XXXVI,

i.U->l. ,..i.;

Eugene Lentilhon.

(AVith Discussion.) the Cost of XV. 873 (1S8G).

1879).

Data relating

,

XXXI, 569 (1894). Kempkey, Jr. A. LXX, 334 (1910).

"A Note on

(1915).

of the of the Great Lakes." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Asheville, N. C, June L, 327 (1903). 9th, 1903. Alfred Noble.

"The Development

"The



Sewer on Piles. (With Discussion.) Tower."

"A — Water

135 (1909).

"Ports of the Pacific." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 155 (1913) "Rivers and Railroads in the United (With DisStates." William W. Harts.

LXXIX,

30 (1910).

lis.

"The Theory of Continuous—."

cussion.)

q

vv^w.^it»M-^w-/.

Pennsylvania Railroad. iTiUnvels,

of

New York. LXIX, CONCRETE.

G.

Discussion,

(1905).

?.71

tion



.

682

(1917).

LXXX,

LXXVII,

—in

arc^

297

524 et 'da.'ma.

"Fabrication of Beton Blocks by Manual Labor." Schuyler Hamilton. IV, 93 (1875). Discussion, IV, 312. "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." HerWilson. bert M. (With Discussion.)

LXX,

construc30

190 (1910).

CO'SC'RKTK—iConiimied). "Pinal Report of the Special Committee on and Reinforced ." (With Discus-





LXXXI,

sion.)

1101

(1917).



report of Special Committee on and Reinforced' ." Discussion by L.

Final



J.

Mensch and others. LXXXII, 1541 (1918). "Harbors on Lake Superior, Particularly Duluth-Superior Harbor." David DuB. Gaillard. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, fart A, 263 (1905).

"Harbour Derelopment in Holland." H. Wortman. Eng. Cong. 1904.) (Inter. LIV, Part A, 181

thews. (Inter. Part A, 159 (1905). Historical sketch of use of and reinforced LXXVII, 393 (1914). Sonora. Mexico ( arch "Huacal Dam.



H. Hawgood. (AVith LXXVIII, 564 (1915).

dam). sion.)



An Informal

." "Ijnpervious E. AV. Lesley,

James

J.



LXV,

250

(1909).

W.

LXXIX. "Tests



294 (1894). Manufacture of blocks,





1020



Myron

Beams

Falk.

S.

473

(1903).

"Notes

on

cretes." cussion.)

during Flexure." (With Discussion.) L,

259

574





George W. Rafter,

LXVI,

385

B.

and

A'an

L.

Sanford



."

E.

Ornum. AA'illiam

Thompson.

Discussion: James L. de B. I'arsons, Allen Hazen,

Dennis,

"The Preparation and Use Harbour AVorks." I. Eng.



R. II.

(1907).

144.

Cong.

1904.)

AA^

F.

LIX,



of Blocks for Hlroi. (Inter. Part A, 211

LIV,

(1905).

"The

South Pass Jetties. Notes on the Consolidation and Durability of the with a Descrii)tion of the Blocks and Other Constructions of the

(1910).

and

67

J.

Clifford

Samuel Tobias AVagiier, R. Feret, and Richard H. Gaines,

Foreign and Amer-

Structures. Failures, Costs, and Harrison S. General Considerations." LXXVIII, Discussion.) Taft. (With 1058 (1915). Pier Construction." Eugene "Reinforced Klapp. (With Discussion.) LXX, 448 for telegraph

Fuller

LIX,

(1914).

lines,

AA'heeler.

294 (1907). of I'roportioning

Davis, H.

ican

phone

S.

K. Hatt, and Ilenrv

AA'.



LVIII,



Reinforced — poles

AA'alter

"The Laws

431 (1910).

— Docks:



Quimby, LXXVII, 446. "The Fatigue of ." J.

"Progress Report of the Special Commitand Reinforced ." LXXVII, tee on "Reinforced

(1917).

Discussion: E. A. Moritz,

(1914).

Richardson,

(1915).



(1919-20).

AVorcester,



sion.)

103 et seq.

587.

"Progress Report of Special Committee on (With Discusand Reinforced ."



seq.,

et

"The Effect of Saturation on the Strength of—." J. L. A^an Ornum. LXXVII, 438



70S

87,

Richard H. Gaines, Thomas H. Means, F. E. Robertson, Philo H. Bates, E. P. Goodrich, and AV. E. Belknap, LXVII,

(With Discussion.) XLII, 104 (1899).Placing of by tremie. LXXIV, 334 (1911). Placing of— by tremies at Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX. 255, 296, 299 (1916). Practical examples of arch dams: Salmon Dams. Lake Spaulding and Creek

LXXVIII,

676.



:

(1891).

."

Brown, Albert Larsen, AA'. AA'ig, and Lewis

AA^.

." George Gray Effect of Alkali on LXVII. 572 (1910). Discussion R. A. Hart, Rudolph Hering, Richard L. Humphrey, George F. Morse,

(1897).

of

Bakenhus.

Anderson.

." Andreas "Notes on Portland Cement (With Discussion.) Lundteigen.

XXXVII, 501 "On the Theory

at

AA'ater,

E.

J. J. Y'ates, J. R. McClin*-'

"The

Cements, Mortars and ConWilliam H. Grant. (With Dis-

XXV,

R.

Discussion: T. Ken-

underpinning piles for subway Fulton Street, New York City.

LXXXI,

Dams on Rush Creek, California." L. R. Jorgensen. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 850 (1917). "Note on the Coefficient of Elasticity of Mortar

Ilersey.

"The Bonding of New to Old—." E. P. Goodrich. LXIV, 247 (1909). Discussion: H. R. Burroughs, Theodore Belzner, James L. Davis, L. Slocum, C. Eugene AV. Stern, E. J. Fort, Myron H. Lewis, AV. C. Briggs, Frederick C. Harper, and E. G. AValker, LXIV, 270. "The East Canyon Creek Dam." A. F. Parker. (AVith Discussion.) LXXXIII,

(With Discussion.)

"Multiple-Arch

and

645 (1917).

on

Rests on Either Rigid or Yielding Sup-

LXXX,

LXXXI,

Tests of

(1918).

A. C. .Tanni. 1689 (1916).

Sea

in

Navy Yard."

AVatters Pagon, R. J. R. Ferguson, LXXXI,

"Method of Designing a Rectangular Reinforced—Flat Slab. Each Side of Which ports."

A.

(i.

1347.

— Specimens

Marshall



LXXXII,

.

tock, S. B. AVilliamson, Waldo C. Briggs, Charles S. Bilyeu. W. E. Day. Robert Ridgway, George AA'. Fuller, A. H. Rhett,

unand laying der water. LIV, Part A, 370 (1905). piers for viaduct for of building New York Connecting Railroad.

Method

of

Boston

nard Thomson,

." "Lining a Water-Works Tunnel with Desmond FitzGerald. (With Discussion.)

XXXI,

of — Work."





others.



Analysis

Discussion.

R. Croes, J.

T. Goldbeck, LXXVI, 1103. of the Properties of Oil-Mixed Port." Logan Walland Cement Mortar and ler Page. (With Discussion.) LXXIV. 255 (1911). "Steel Construction." George Hill. (With

A.

"Some

(With Discussion.) LXI, 377 (1908)-. "Temperature Changes in Mass ." Chatlea H. Paul and A. B. Mayhew. LXXIX, 1225 (1915). Discussion: George T. Seabury, Wilson Fitch Smith, G. Immediato, Gardner S. AVilliams, AValter M. Smiti, A. J. AViley, and J. AValdo Smith,

Discus-

Green,

R.

(1910).

"Some Experiments with Mortars and Concretes Mixed with Asphaltic Oils." Arthur Taylor and Thomas Sanborh. LXXVI, 1094 (1913). Discussion: Logan Waller Page, William J. Boucher, and

;

Oscar Lowinson, Edward Cunningham. W. K. Hatt, Theodore Belzner, Sanford E. Thompson, and William B. Fuller. LI, 114 (1903). ." "Impurities in Sand fOr An Informal Discussion. Sanford E. Thompson and Schaub, B.

'^/*

L^lX,

York.

Discussion.) XXXIX, 617 (1898). "Steel Construction." An Informal Discussion. R. S. Buck and others. XLVI, ...... .., V93 (1901). "Substructure of Piscataquis .3^ridge, 8)id

William MatEug. Cong. 1904). LIV,

.

351

*'\

''

''

New

minal improvements,

— —

(1905).

"Harbours of Great Britain."



CO'SC'RETE— (Continued)

AA'orks,

tele-

Pennsylvania Railroad Ter31

,

CONCRETE

CONTINUOUS GIRDERS.

(Continued)

Max

Last Year."

E. Schmidt.

(1879).

VIII, 189

"A Graphical Method



in Engineering "The Use of Reinforced An Informal Discussion. Structures." LXI, 35 others. E. P. Goodrich and

of — in

LIV,

the construction of piers. Use Part A, 361 (1905). Philadelphia." Lane Bridge, "Walnut George S. Webster and Henry H. Quim-

Bibliography relating to



1854-1874.

,

Ill,

LXV,

Comparative designs of cantilever, continuous girder, and suspension types for Hell Gate Arch Bridge. LXXXII, 865 (1918).

"On

423 (1909).

the Principles of the Construction

of,

and the Calculation of the Strains in. Revolving Drawbridges Having Two More Spans or Openings, and Built as

CONCRETE BLOCKS.



CONCRETE.

,

Especially as Continuous Panel Girders." Clemens Herschel. Ill, 395 (1874). Discussion, IV, 203 (1875). "The Continuous Girder as a Tipper." XXVI, 409 (1892). C. H. Lindenberger.

CONCRETE-METAL,. See



446 (1874).

(1898).

See

the

(1902).

:

by.

in to

to Econ"Application of the Theory of omy in Bridge Building." Charles Bender. V, 147 (1876). Discussion, V, 219.

(1908).

Long Arches Miisonry "Three-Hinged Spans Especially Considered." David A. XL, 31 (With Discussion.) Molitor.

Solution of

for the

Continuous Girder, as Draw-Bridges." George F. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 72

Stresses

Applied Barton.

REINFORCED CONCRETE.

"The Theorem of Three Moments." J. P. J. Williams. (With Discussion.) LXXVI,

CONDENSATION.



785 (1913). See also BRIDGES.

in Cast-Iron Radiators." Wil"Tests of liam J. Baldwin. XXXII, 34 (1894).

CONTRACTORS' PLANT.

— Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX, 601, 666 — at(1916). Bergen Hill Tunnels, Pennsylvania LXVIII, 106 (1910). — Railroad. Cherry Street Bridge, Toledo, Ohio. LXXX, 707 (1916). — Colorado River siphon. LXXVII, 8 — (1914). Cross-Town Tunnels, JPennsylvania, LXVIII, 392 (1910). — Railroad. for constructing coffer-dam for 1000-ft. LXXXI, 528 (1917). pier. " — for East River Tunnels." Henry Japp.

CONDENSERS.

,

"On

the Use of a Surface Condenser in Connection with a Set of Blast Furnace Boilers, at the Franklin Iron Works, Oneida Co., N. Y." W. B. Cogswell. II, 41 (1873).

,

,

CONDUITS. "A Study

,

Economic Conduit Location."

of

Hickok. LXXVII, 778 (1914). DisH. Hawgood, and M. F. Steia. LXXVII, 784. "A Water Conduit under Prpssure." John C. E.

cussion

:

LXIX,

,

,

sylvania



209.

North

,

York.





Tunnels,

LXVIII,

203

Railroad 122 (1910).

North

River

New

Tunnels,

vania

LXIX,

— — — Mo. used

Pennsylvania

York.

Pennsylvania

Tunnels,

,

(1910).

East River Tunnels, Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVIII. 477 (1910). Hydraulics of Sudbury Conduit. XII, 114

Electric

.

Railroad. LXVIII, 156 (1910). —, Stony River Dam. LXXXI. 1019 (1917). Terminal Station site. Pennsylvania Railroad, New York. LXVIII, 361 (1910). Twelfth Street Viaduct, Kansas City,

LXIX,

(1910).

River

Railroad.



New

Railroad, 3.50

393 (1910).

,

,

184.

I,

— Lexington Avenue Subway, New York LXXXI, 379 (1917). — City. Long Island City approaches, Pennsyl-

Fanning. VI, 69 (1877). — T. Bergen Hill Tunnels. Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVIII, 128 (1910). — Cross-Town Tunnels, Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVIII, 416 (1910). — for electric wires, terminal station. Penn-

,

.

LXXX, in

Bridge

(1883).

504 (1916). erection of Hell

and approaches.

Gate

LXXXII,

Arch 922,

the Hydraulics of the Hemlock Lake Conduit of the Rochester, N. Y., WaterWorks." George W. Rafter. XXVI, 13 Discussion, XXVI, 28. (1892). See also PIPE LINES.

1020 (1918). — 957, used on Manhattan

CONFLAGRATIONS.

"Road Construction and Maintenance: Equipment for the Construction of Bituminous Surfaces and Bituminous Pave-

"On

provements.

Layout

LXXXII,

731

(1918).

Lock 12 Development, AlaLXXVIII, 1467

ments:" An Informal Discussion. FranLXXVII, 171 cis P. Smith and others. (1914).

(1884).

"The Conflagration now Existing Coal at Kidder Slope." Martin 147 (1874). IV, 317 (1875).

,

(1915).

,

III,



bama Power Company.

"On the Comparative Liability to. and Danger from — in London and in American Cities." Edward B. Dorsey. XIII, 172

of

Elevated Railway im-

Discussion,

in the Coryell. III, 153;

CONTRACTS.



"Agreements for Building ." William B. Bamford. LXVII, 438 (1910). Discussion Norman R. McLure, William V.

"The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18th, lOOG. on Engineer-

:

PoUevs, Charles H. Higgins, W. G. Wilkins. William A. Boring, J. C. Wait. W. L. Bowman, Charles A. Ruggles, Oscar Lowinson, E. T. Thurston, .Tr.,

ing Constructions."

Reports of a GenCommittee and of Six Special Committees of the San Francisco Association of Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers. (With Discussion.) LIX, 208 (1907). eral

John Mason Brown. J. A. L. Waddell, DeWitt V. Moore, and Leslie H. Allen, LXVII, 478. 32

CORROSION AND PROTECTION OF MKTAI.S— (Continued)

COyTKACTS— (Continued).



"

:

A Comparison Forms."

Other

of

Plus' With Wilder Clarke.

'Cost

Ernest

"The

LXXXIII,

7S4 aOin-20). Discussion: P. Lavis. Missae Thompson. F. H. Frankland, J. Waldo Smith, Edward F. Hammel. Lazarus White. Arthur P. Davis,

William L, 293

H.

XLIX,

"A System of—."

and

gineer,

Inspection Albert J.

LVI, 104 "Uniformity

Hammatt, Emile Low, Richard T. Dana, T. Kennard Thomson, F. H. Niwell, AA'illiam Murray Black, Guy AA^. Culgin. AA'. Boardman Reed. George Hill, and

1

AAMllard D.

— for

(1910).

Constructing EnDuties in Relation to

D.

Samuel Tobias Wagner, and LVIII,

C.

COSTS OF WORK. Cost data for excavating tunnels for Lexington Avenue Subway, New York Citv.

LXXXI,

XLIV,

LXXXI,

O.

LXV,

I'sina.

(1900).

CORROSION

AND

38

OF

LXXIX,

.'523



Rav AV. Berdeau. LXXXII, 515 (1918). Unit

mentarv

XXXVI,

4S:!

Paper

(1,S9(1)

(With

:

"Unit

Siinple-

Discussion),

(AA'ith

Discussion.)

Gas Tunnel.

LXXX,

(1916).

Progress."

An Informal

Discus-

CR.4NES. "Compoiiential Trusses for Crane." Henrv B. Seaman.

Traveling XXIII, 277

(1890).

(1890).

"On

Structural Steel: The Present Situation." A. H. Sabin. (With Discus-

LXXVII,

9.52



as Labor-Saving Machines." C. .T. (AVith Discussion.) Api)leby. XV, 369

"Painting

(1914).

(1SS6).

"Sand-Blast Cleaning of Structural Steel'.' George A\'. Lillv. (With Discussion.) 254

—660in

Astoria

(1902).

of Cast-iron Pipe." R. I'ugh. (With Discussion.) LXXVIIl, 800 (1915). Masonry metal protection. XXXV, 472 Marsli.'ill

L,

788 (1916).

sion. S. AVliinerv. Charles S. Churchill. T. Chalkley Hatton, Oberlin Smith, Charles AA'orthington, Foster Crowell, Charles G. Darrach. Sanford E. Thompson, and AA''. AA'. Cunimings. XLIX, 63

XLIll. 444 (1900). "External Corrosion

sion.)

costs,

61.5,

LXXIX,

"Experiments on the Protection of Steel and Aluminum Exposed to Sea AVater." A. H. Sabin. First Paper (With Discussion.)

LXXX,

"The Three 15-Cubic A'ard Dipper-Dredges, Gnmhoa. Parni.io, and Cascndas!, as Supplied and Used on the Panama Canal."

(1914). steel.

,

Toledo, Ohio.

(191.'5).

as a preservative metal. of XXXIX, 33 (1R98). Corrosion of metal reinforcement: Progress report of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. LXXVII. 402

on

,

Twelfth Street A'^iaduct, Kansas City, Mo. LXXX. .526 (1916). Quantities and cost, Cherrv Street Bridge,

Concrete

Effect of cinder concrete r).39, .579, 048 (191.5).

(1917).

7.33

MET.AI.S. "Cinder Concrete Floor Construction Between Steel Beams." Harold Perrine and George E. Strehan. (With Discussion.)

880

— in(1918). repairing reservoirs at Portland, Ore. 780 (1918). — LXXXII, on Hell Gate Arch Bridge. LXXXII, 882. 975 (1918). — on Manhattan Elevated Railway imLXXXII, (1918). — provements. Stony River Dam. LXXXI. 1022 (1917).

(1909).

PROTECTION

(1917).

Cost of constructing the Picaza Bridge, Argentine Republic. LXXX, 219 (1916). Cost of spreading flood waters in San Bernardino Basin, California. LXXXII, 803

352.

146

119,

381

Cost of constructing coffer-dam for New York City pier. LXXXI, .540 (1917). Cost of constructing multiple-arch dams.

Dr.Twings of a Technical Character." A.

1430

(1906).

COPYRIGHT.

— in

LXXXII,

Records and Reports." An Informal Discussion. Nelson P. Lewis and others. LXXVII, 129 (1914).



CONVEYORS.

"

LXIA''. 410.

"Road Construction and Maintenance: Cost

and the Enforcement of ." Himes. (AVith Discussion.)

Vandevanter,

Coal—.

Lockwood.

roads and pavements.

(1918).

of Requirement and Clearness of Specification in Agreements for the Graduation of Railroads." W. F. Dennis. LVIII, 321 (1907). Discussion: George L. Dillman, J. L. Campbell. M. Parker, Halbert P. Gillette. .Tames S. H. Kennedy, F. Lavis, T. Kennard Thomson, E. H. Beckler, Harold Bouton,

Mvron S. Falk. LXIA'. Discussion: P. L. Reed, AA'. C.

401 (1909).

the

of his

PAINTING.

COST KEEPING.

Expedients in Engineering (With Practice." John Hawlcesworth.

LXVII, 32

Covering for Railroad Dagron. G. (With

(1915).

See also

"Precarious

Discussion.) "The Position

as

James

Tunnels."

792.

and Horace Andrews.

I'sed

Discussion.) XXVII, 324 (1892) "The Water-Prootiiig of Solid Steel-Floor Railroad Bridges." Samuel Tobias Wagner. (AVith Discussion.) LXXIX, 306

"In Contract Work, either Public or Private, is it Preferable to make Separate for the Different Branches of Trades Involved or to Combine all under One General Contract?" An Informal Discussion. George E. Gifford, T. Chalkley Hatton, Charles G. Darrach, S. Bent Russell, M. Ward Easby, Charles M'orthinptoii, (1902).

(1903).

Work

Perrine, P. L. Reed, AValter H. Wheeler, E. G. Walker. J. A. L. Waddell, William E. AVooIlev, R. D. L. French, and .T. W.

Ledoux. I.XXXTII,

Materials of ConInformal Discussion. Parsons and others.

of

An

Barclay

"The Protection from Corrosion, of Iron-

Quimby, .T. P. H. Perry, Henrj' B. Seaman, Frederick Glaeser, George D. Snyder, F. G. Banm. George

Henry

Preservation

struction."

"Plant and Material of the AVilliam

(1903).

(1888).

33

Plumb

Panama

AVilliams.

Canal." 273

XIX,

CBANES^^(Con tinued)

CVn\'ES— {Continued).



—." William R. Morley. KWith Discus-

in the Port "The Development of Quay nfC'ot Hamburg." Chr. Nehls. XXX, 258

Structural Design of Buildings." Charles C. Schneider. (With Discussion.)

"'HTbe

iiLIV, 371 (1905). on docks. Use of

..



LXII, 144

Davis XVII, 199

Sidney

F.

473 205

32,



Howe, XLVI,

Lewis.

CUT-OFF.

(1887).

383.

!

"An Automatic or Governor

CRIBS. See

XXVIII,

." "Transition W. B. Lee. XLVI, 379 Discussion: George D. Snyder, (1901). C. A. Sundstrom, Charles C. Wentworth, J. I. Boggs, Charles A. Alden, and Hor-

ace J.

— Levee."

"The

XXVI,

Cain.

Discussion.

(1892). (1893).

REFUSE DESTRUCTORS.

CREVASSE.

William

Tangent."

(1909).

CREMATORIES. See

XIII, 181 (1884).

sion.)

"The Transition Curve whose Curvature Varies Directly as its Length from the P. C. or Point where it Connects with the

-.nisl893).



Engines." William Arthur.

FOUNDATIONS.

II,

for Steam 81 (1873).

CUT-OFFS.

"—

CItOSS-SECTIONS.''f )!rm:'l ,i,l(!ti.r!iij-.H. ""A Method of Takin'g'ii-^'in''D'e^S'^iiock Cuts Triangulation'." P. "WV Watkins. '''by ""' XXII, 38() (1890). of Roads ,,"A New Method of Calculating

on the Mississippi River. Their Effect on the Channel Above and Below." Caleb G. Forshey. V, 317 (1870). "The Atchafalaya River Some of its Pecu-

^

:

Physical Characteristics." Ockerson. (With Discussion.) liar

Francisco Da Silva Railroads." (Translated from the French Ribeiro. 'by Poster Crowell.) XXTX, 447 (1893).

''''^'and

1

,

,

'«<•

''•"•''J)iScussion, ''

"A

XXX,

.533

' ,

DAMS.

(1893).

Formula for Asphalt Street Surfaces." J. Alden Griffin. LXXVII,

"A Masonry Dam."

64

(1914). also SURVEYING.

"A Proposed New Type George

,jSee

Pegrani.

TIES.

— for

424

'

"

1



,]''_

;'^-'

LXXVI,

'

XXV,

161

(1891).

pine.

57

I,

Dam

;.•.

OCEAN CURRENTS.

;

/'

tion Curve." /

of

John

Running in a TransiP. Ward. XXVJI, 18 XXVIII, 32, 205

Cain,

De

, .(1893).

II,







New Method

L,

23

of

(1903).

LXXXIII,

2027

2078.



." Streams as Produced by Wood. (With Discussion.)

(1873).

XXVII.

56

(1892).

"Cause of the Failure of the South Fork Dam." Report of the Committee. (With



Discussion.) XXIV, 431 (1891). Dam across Mohawk River.

Cohoes

:

." Whinery. VII, 79 (1878). S. 'eussion. Vll. 97; VIII. 179 (1879).

in

cussion.)

of Railroad Curvature." WilCrosby. II, 323 (1873). " "Line and Surface for Railway Chas. :.. C. Wentworth. XLVIII, .357 (1902). Discussion James K. Geddes and Charles A. Morse. XLVIII, 305. "On the Theoretical Resistance of Railroad .

>

Nicaragua

Chauncy WerDiscussion: R. Jorgensen, and William

Volson 2.55

the

"Black Eagle Palls Dam, Great Falls. Mon(AVith Distana." Maurice S. Parker.

"Economy ..,son

to

Francis Le Baron

J.

B. A. Smith.

LXXXIII,

"Backwater

"Data for Flattening the Ends of Railroad ." Albon P. Man, Jr. (With Discussion.) XV. 359 (1880).

.

Proposed

Construction."

(1919-20). necke, L.

Discussion,

(1892).

a

for

(With Discussion.)

"

"A Simple Method

:

(1872).

and

"Arched—."

CURVES.

Method Adopted

the

of

"An Alternative Line Canal

i.'iP.'ti

.359.

Repair a Breach in the Earthen Dam of the Storing Reservoir of the New Bedford Waterworks." William J. McAl-

METERS. METEBSVJ .,,,(;

CURRENTS. '-'See

L,

121 (1013).

"An Account

''tiURRENT i.iSee

Po.ster Crowpll.

"American Irrigation Engineering." Her(With Discussion.) Wilson. bert M.

deepening river channels?.::..' •Sjtt'! 231

,

,

H. de B. ParDiscussion: Sam-

(1903).

and

"A Western Type of Movable Weir Dam." W. C. Hammatt. (With Discussion.)

"Ice Diversion, Hydraulic Models, and HySimilarity." Benjamin F. Groat. / ^raulic ' (With Discussion.) LXXXIl, 1138 (1918).

'

351

uel H. Lea,

,,..(1898). :

.T.

L,

sons.

railroads. .H,!

CURRENT DEFLECTORS.

— for

Edward

B. Fuller, George H. Breuchaud, and A. V. Ab-

bott, XLIX, 103. "A Small Rock-Fill Dam."

box

and

:

Wegmann, William

:,iPlpitVERTS.

Arch

Masonry Dam." XLIX, 94 (1502).

of

Dillman. H. de B. Parsons,

L.

Discussion

(With

Hill. (1887).

XVI, 261

Discussion.)

CROSS-TIES. ,.

John W.

Rational

See

A.

J.

tVIII,

(1907).

XXXII,

407 (1894).

Methods Used in Building Lower Reservoir Dam of the Balmorhoa Project." Vernon Tj. Sullivan. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 305 (1919-

"Construction the

Dis-

Relation between curvature and gauge of railroads. LXXVIII, 320 (1915). "Spirals and Their Use on Railroads." A. '' S. C. Wiirtele.. XXXT, 329 (1894). "The False Ellipse Reduced by Equations of Condition." Arthur S. C. Wiirtele. XXIV, 540 (1891). "The Proper Compensation for Railroad '

20).

"Construction of a Cheap Dam across the Roanoke River, near Salem, Va." Oscar Saabye. XXVII, 565 (1892). "Construction of a High-Service Reservoir Bcatty. A. Bhltimore, Md." P. at

LXXVI, 34

92 (1913).

TiAMS—iContimted).

OAMS— {Continued).

Construction of Sodom Dam, Croton WaterShed. XXVIII, 185 (1893). "Construction of the Morena Rock Fill Dam, San Diego County, California." .M. M. O'Shaughnessy. LXXV, 27 (1912). Discussion George L. Dillman, George P. Maddock, J. D. Galloway, H. Hawgood, and P. B. Maltby. LXXV, r>2. Cost of Huacal Concrete Arch Dam.

William H. Cushman, V. H. Hcwes, Lazarus While, Frederic V. Abbot. J. F. Ramsbotham, Harrison Souder, and Charles H. Paul, LXXVIII, 483. Grouting under the fmiiKlations of— !ind

:

LXXVIII,

(1915).

r,9Q

Dam

for improved water-works, Columbus, Ohio. LXVII, 214 (1910). at the Falls of St. Anthony. XII, 405

— (1883). " — on Sand

Foundations Some Principles Involved in Their Design, and the Law Governing the Depth of Penetration Required for Sheet-Piling." Arnold C. Koenig. LXXIII, 175 (1911). Discussion: W. G. Price, Alexander Potter, T. :

Kennard Thomson. and R.

Hazen,

G. E. P. Smith, Allen

LXXIII,

Beardsley,

C.

190.

Data in relation

to

Dam.

Calaveras

the

LXXXIII,

1720 et seq. (1919-20). Definition of the term "hvdraulic-filldam." LXXXIII, 1755 (1919-20). Description of construction of the Hinckston Run Dam, especially the grouting. LXXVIII, 520 (19151. Description of dam, Lock 12 Development,

Power

Alabama 1432,

1452

LXXVIII,

Company.

(1915).

"Description of the "Work of Constructing a Dam across the Potomac River for Increasing the Water Supply of Washington, D. C." Samuel H. Chittenden.' XVIII, 50 (1888). Design for structural steel dam. XXXVIII, 302 (1897).

LXXXII,

1473

LXXXIII, Diverting



Water Supply. LXXXIII,



W. Sher-

504 (1915). Discussion: Charles

man, M. M. O'Shaughnessv, gensen, and L. J. Mensch, 602.

Jor-

R.

L.

LXXVIII,



"H

." y d ra u 1i c - F i 1 1 Allen Hazen. LXXXIII, 1713 (1919-20). Discussion: C. E. Curtis, Richard D. Chaso. G. A. M. Elliott, J. M. Howells, D. C. Henny, A. T. Goldbeck, George L. Dillman. H. B. Muckleston, H. F. Dunham, William H.

Burr, M. M. O'Shaughnessy, Arthur E. Morgan, H. de B. Parsons. George Sidney Binckley, Charles H. Paul, John E. Field, J. Albert Holmes; H. W. Swanitz, and Joel D. Justin, LXXXIII, 1740. "Hydraulic-till of the Necaxa light iinJA'9 power plant. LVIII, 39, 240 (19f»7). "?' Hydraulic-fill, diversion dam. LXXXI, 309,



335

i

(1917).

"Improvement of the Black Warrior, Warrior and Toml)igbee Rivers, in Alabama." R. C. McCalla. (With Discus-

XLIX,

sion.)

212 (1902).

"Improving Arch Action

in



Arch

."

L. R.

ard,

(1918).

,

.

r

..,

"Lake

Cheesman

Dam

and

Reservoir."

Charles L. Harrison and Silas H. Woodard. LIII, 89 (1904). Discus.'^ion Joseph P. Frizell, Burr Bassell, F. B. Maltby, E. Sherman Gould, E. W. Harrison, :

Prank C. Horn, Charles S. Gowen, Edward Wegmann. J. Waldo Smith. E. Kuichling, R. Shirreffs, ner, P^dwin Duryea, Jr.,

George Y. Wisand G. S. WilLIII, 133. "Memoir of the C^onstructidn of a MaSonrv Dam." J. James R. Croes III, 337 (1874). Discussion, IV, 310 (1875). Models of crests of LXXVII, 12(r2 (1914). "Movable—." B. F. Thomas. (With Discussion.) XXXIX, 431 (1898). ';. ":V; liams,



l.

of number pf ieartn-r^. a ';'';' 1734 (1919-20). r'' in irrigation works. LXXVlt,

Movable

.



used on American rivers.', LXY, '• Part F, 274, 287 (1905). "Multiple-Arch on Rush Creek, California." L. R. Jorgensen. LXXXI, 830 Discussion: F. 0. Blackwell, (1917). A. D. Flinn. P. W. Scheidenhelm, Edward Wegmann, Walter J. Douglas, Edwin Duryea, L. H. Nishkian, Ga^dnrir Williams, and George W. Hqwsda, S.

934 (1914).

'

Earth—.

LXXXIII, 305

(1919-20).



of San Francisco earthquake on earth and concrete—. LIX, 245 (1907). "Excavation and Embankment by Water PoweJ." Edward Bates Dorsey. (With Discussion.) XV, 348 (1S8G).

Effect

Failure of the reinforced concrete Amburfien dam across Stonv River, West Virginia.

LXXVII,

l(Ki9

LXXXI.

(1914).

"Fremautle Graving Dock: Steel Dam Construction for North Wall." Joshua Fielden Ramsbotham. (With Discussion,)

LXXVl,

1942

449

(1894).

"Grouted Cut-Off for the Estacada Dam." Harold A. Rands. LXXVIII, 447 (1915/. Discus.sion Ilulse,

:

Frank

Howard

S.

R.

Fisher,

Ripiicy,

H.

L."

S.

/

•"

'

;,,

"

'

City water sui)p]y. Brief description of for. LXXVl, 1787 (1913). "Notes on High ^Masonry ." Juhn D. Van (With Buren. Discussion.) XXXIV, 493 (1895). "Notes upon the Construction of a Water System for Placer Mining, and Suggestions for a New Mediod of Dam Building." Robert Brewster Stanton. CWith, Discussion.) XXXV, 70 (1896). naiioa



,039

;;

(1905).

New York

(1913).

Notes on the Great Kanawha Improvement, Tripping Bars and Improved Hurters on Chanoine Wicket etc." Addison M. Scott. (With Discus-

XXXI.

SS2.

Natural WaterWdyS. Discussion' on Int6r. Eng. Cong. Papers, 19(k. LTV, Part D,

"(Jeneral

sion).



LXXXIII, 310 (1919-20). W. P. Creagcr, S. H. Woodand W. H. R. Nimmo, LXXXIII,

Jorgensen. Discussion: 332.

"Designing an Earth Dam Having a Gravel Foundation, with the Results Obtained in Tests on a Model." James B. Hays. LXXXI, 1 (1917). Discussion: W. G. Bligh, J. C. Oakes, C. E. Grunsky. H. T. Pease, Malcolm Elliott, Edward Wegmann, E. C. La Rue. George M. Bacon, H. A. Petterson, D. C. Henny, and Joseph Jacobs, LXXXI, 25. "Detention Reservoirs with Spillway Outlets as an Agency in Flood Control." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.)

Dimensions

dikes, Catskill 1042 (1919-20).

"High Walls or to Resist the Pressure of Water." James B. Francis. (With Discussion.) XIX, 147 (1S8S). "Huacal Dam, Sonora. Mexico" (Concrete arch dam). H. Hawgood. LXXVIII,

(",

Coburn,





,

35

.

DAMS

l^AMH— (Continued).

(Continued). of the Worcester Dam." Report of the Committee. (With Discussion.) V, 244 (1876). "On the Flow of Water over ." George W. Rafter. (With Discussion.) XLIV, 220 (1900). "On the Work Done for the Preservation of the Dam at Holyoke, Mass., in 1885, and on Some Studies for a New Stone Dam for the Same Place." Clemens Herschel. XV, 543 (1886). Salmon Practical examples of arch

"On the Failure

348.

"The Construction of the Sweetwater Dam." James D. Schuyler. (With Discussion.) XIX, 201 (1888). "The Control of Hydraulic Mining in California by the Federal Government."

:

.

(1915).

"Provision for Uplift and Ice Pressure in ." Designing- Masonry C. L. Harrison, LXXV, 142 (1912). Discussion: G. M. Braune, Edward Godfrey, Allen Hazen, Charles E. Waddell, Rudolph Hering, M. G. Barnes, Howard J. Cole, M. H. Gerry, Jr., Edward Wegmann, Charles E. Gregory, Orrin L. Brodie, H. P. Dunham, C. Elmore Smith, ,7. C. Meom, W. J. Douglas, Lindsay Duncan. Arthur P. Davis, William Cain, J. W. Ledoux, and



L. J. Le Conte, LXXV, Quicksand conditions

1739

William W. Harts. LVII, 1 (1906).

LXXX,

The



in

XXXII, 389 (1894). "The East Canyon Creek Parker. LXXXIII, 574

Edward Godfrey, Samuel ForA. J. Wiley, and Herbert E. Bellamy, LXXXIII, 599. "The Economic Improvement of the Coosa and Alabama Rivers, in Georgia and Alabama." D. M. Andrews. (With Dis-

(1919-20).

Edward Wegmann, and H.

LXXX,

W. H.

W.

627 (1915).

(1874). (1875).

H. B. Muckleston, Warren B. TraElliott, James B. Hays,

P.

W.

Creager,

Edward

King and

Robert

LXXX,

Wegmann, C.

453.

(1912).

"The Bohio Dam." George S. Morison. XLVIII, 235 (1902). Discussion: Fred-

IV,

310

:

eric P. Stearns, Allen Hazen, Edward P. North, Bovd Ehle, Theodore Paschke, William H. IJurr, A. G. Menocal, H. N. Pharr, Edwin Duryea, Jr., C. A. Sund-

Discussion: Maurice G. Parsons, Lars R. Jorgensen, S. G. Swigart, Charles B. Buerger. Maurice C. Couchot, (1912).

L.

J.

LXXV,

Wegmann, Philipp Edward Forchheimer, J. L. Campbell, and J. T. Ford, XLVIII, 2.59. "The Changes at the New Croton Dam." Charles S. Gowen. LVI, 32 (1906). Discussion William R. Hill, Frederic P. Stearns, Alfred Craven, George S. Rice, and Edwin Duryea, Jr., LVI, 45. strom,

Mensch, and Edward L. Sayers, 129.

"The Hydraulic Jump, in Open-Channel Flow at High Velocity." Karl R. Kennison.

(With

Discussion.)

LXXX,

338

(1916).

"The

:

"The Compensating Works Superior Power Company."

122;

"The



877

III,

cussion.) XLIII, 469 (1900). Gatun Dam." C. D. Ward. LIII, 36 (1904). Discussion: Charles L. Harrison, LIII, 41. '"the Halligan Dam A Reinforced Masonry Structure." G. N. Houston. LXXV, 112

"The Analytical Determination of the Dimensions of the Gravity Resisting Parts ." Maurice G. Parsons. of Masonry

LXXV,

Discussion,

_

Horton, Oakes,

E.

John

of

"The Failure of the Yuba River Debris Barrier, and the Efforts Made for Its Wadsworth. Maintenance." H. H. LXXI, 217 (1911). Discussion: William W. Harts, W. C. Hammatt, and Thomas C. Atwood, LXXI, 228. "The Foundations of the New Croton Dam." Charles S. Gowen. (With Dis-

Malcolm

R. Baldwin-Wiseman,

Coburn,

Temperature Changes on Charles S. Gowen. (With Discussion.) LXI, 399 (1908). "The Failure of the Dam on Mill River." Ill, 118 Report of the Committee.



:

L.

735.

"The Effect Masonry."

"Temperature Changes in Mass Concrete." Charles H. Paul and A. B. Mavhew. (With Discussion.) LXXIX, 1225 (1915). "The Action of Water under ." J. B. T. LXXX, 421 (1916). DiscusColman. vel!,

(1903).

Discussion: Orrin L. Brodie,

723 (1916).

Walker, LXIV, 224. Tables giving characteristics of constructed

sion

L, 363

cussion.)

"The Economical Top Width of Non-Overflow—." William P. Creager. LXXX,



566, 603,

A. F. Dis-

tier,

diversion weir, Prewitt Reservoir, Colo. LXXVII, 111 (1914). Rock filled—. XXXV, 82 (1896). "Rolling—." K. E. Hilgard. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 439 (1905). Stresses in—. LXXVII, 770 (1914). "Stresses in Masonry ." William Cain. LXIV, 208 (1909). Discussion: B. G.

LXXVIII,

Dam." (1919-20).

cussion:

River

arch—.

Dam."

:

LXXXIII,

.

Croton

LVIII, 398 (1907). Discussion Charles S. Gowen, George L. Dillman, Luther Wagoner, and William Cain, LVIII, 435. "The Dunning's Dam, near Scranton, Pa." E. Sherman Gould. (With Discussion.)

Hydraulic-Pill Dam James D. Schuyler. LVIII, 196 (1907). Discussion: Clemens Herschel, William L. Butcher, T. G. Dabnev, Frederic P. Stearns, and J. M. Howelis, LVIII, 253; LX, 101 (1908). Ridgeway Reservoir Dam. LXXXIII, 612 Practice Construction."

2061 (1916). of the New

Design

Edward Wegmann.

(1919-20).

"Recent

(With Discussion.)

"The Design of a Drift Barrier across White River, near Auburn, Washington." H. H. Wolff. (With Discussion.)

146.

in

346

:

Creek and Lake Spaulding— LXXVIII, 708

LIV,

Discussion.)

(1905).





(With

ney.

"The Constant-Angle Arch Dam." Lars R. Jorgenseu. LXXVIII, 685 (1915). Discussion D. C. Henny, Edward Wegmann, Orrin L. Brodie, and R. G. Clifford, LXXVIII, 722. "The Construction of a Water-Tight Ma s o n r y Da m." Walter McCulloh. XXVIII, 185 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII,

Improvement

William L. LXIII, 388

of the Ohio River." (With Discussion.) Sibert.

(1909).

The North Dike XLVIII, voir.

of the Lake G. F. Stick-

36

of the Wachusett Reser254, 259 (1902).

DAMS

DISKS

(Continued).

"The Panama Caual." (With Discussion.)

George

S.

L, 155

Morison.

(1903).

"The Power Plant, Pipe Line and Dam of the I'ioneer Electric Power Company at (With Ojrden, ITtah." Henrv Goldmarlc. XXXVIII, 24(j (1897). Discussion.) "The Keconstruction of the Stony River Dam." P. W. Soheidenhelm. LXXXl, Discussion: J. W. Ledoux, (1917). K. Finch, P. P. Rutenberg, Fred F. Moore, AV. S. Downs, H. L. Coburu, H. F. Dunham. Orrin L. Brodie, William Cain, Charles E. Gregory, Kenneth C. Grant, L. R. Jorgeusen, Edward Wcgmann, Irving P. Church, M. M. O'Shaughnessv, Joel D. Justin, and Ross M. Rie-

907 J.

gel,

LXXXI,

10-2-i.

The Six-Miie Creek Dam. LIII. IS:'. (1904). "The Water-Works of Syracuse, N. Y." William

R.

(With

Hill.

Discussion.)

XXXIV, 23 (1895). "Two Earth — of the United clamation

Service."

LXXIV, Dix

the

States ReHenny. D. C. Discussion: James

38 (1911). Schuvler, LXXIV, 87.

of—. XXXII, 411 (1894). the Mississippi above the Falls North. of St. Anthony." Edward I*. VI, 208 (1877).

Various types

"Wing — in

with

Concrete dike for preservation of Falls of XII, 401 (1883). St. Anthony. "Provincetowu Dike." James li. 329 (1872).

Starling.



XLVIII,

voir.

Railroad Terminals." William Theodore Foxlee. (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part F, 441 (1905). "Dock Improvements at Liverpool." George Cecil Kenyon. LII, 30 (19(H). Discussion: Alfred Noble, L. J, Le Conte, and Emile Low, LII, 05. "Fremantle Graving Dock Steel Dam Construction for North Wall." Joshua Fielden Ramsbotham. LXXVI, 1942 (1913). Discussion: A. R. Archer, and Herbert 1904).

:

E.

LXXVI,

— and

149.

Caisson —

of.



and Concrete Foreign American Structures. Failures, Costs, and General Considerations." Harrison S. Taft. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, :

(1915).

Francis.

New York." B. F. Cresson, Jr. Discussion.) LXXV, 220 (1912). See also WHARVES.

Prevention"

See

SHIPYARDS.

DOMES.

Reser-

"The Iron Work for the Dome of the Proposed Government Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. 111." James C. McGuire. XXVI, 1 (1892).

Henry

"Theory

of

Spherical

the

Dome

with

a

Homogeneous Svirface, and of the Framed Dome; also Notes on the Con." E. struction of Masonry and Metal



Schmitt. LII, 202 (1904). Discussion: Irving P. Church, and H. H. Wadsworth, LII, 309. "Theory of the Spherical or Conical Dome Wilof Reinforced Concrete or Metal." liam Cain. LV, 201 (1905).

24.

Colorado River siphon. at LXXVII, 23 (1914). "Self-Puritication of Flowing Water and the Intluenee of Polluted Water in the ." Charh^s G. Currier. Causation of (With Discussion.) XXIV, 21 (1891). Statistics of typhoid fever and similar diseases in Washington, D. C, and their causation. LVII, 304 et seq. (1900). Statistics of typhoid fever in Washington, D. C. LXXII, 310 (1911). Typhoid fever dcatli rates in large cities of the United States. LXXII, 371 (1911).



DRAINAGE. "A Method

of

Determining Storm-Water

Run-Off." Charles B. Buerger. LXXVIII. 1139 (1915). Discussion: R. C. Strachau. Kenneth Allen, W. W. Horner, Charles W. Sherman, Robert E. Horton, C. E. Grunsky, Samuel D. Bleich, Charles E. Gregory. Samuel A. Greeley, W. E. Ful-

"Typhoid Mortality in South Uethlehem, Pa." Mansfield Merriman and Winter LVIII, 511 (1907). L. Wilson. Typhoid statistics for St. Louis. (1908).

(With

DOCKYARDS.

Japp. LXV, 1 (1909). Discussion: J. S. Haldane, Frederick L. Keays, Albert J. Loomis, William L. Saunders, Walton I. Aims, Seward Krdman, and T. Kennard

Thomson, LXV,

.



"Reinforced

."

of the Wachusett 254, 259 (1902).

Its



1070 (1913).

and Harbors." Luther Wag"Notes upon LXII, 135 (,1909). oner. Discussion: W. B. Ruggles, E. P. Goodrich, Howard J. Cole, and Rudolph Hering, LXII,

DISEASE.

ler,

and George W.

LXXVIII,

Fuller,

1105.

bridges of waterway for and culverts. LI, 441 (1903). LXXXIII, Cure of a small land slide by

Area

LX, 210

railroad



"Water Supply." An Informal Discussion. George W. Fuller and others. LIX, 307

(1919-20). — 1289 for Yale Bowl.

LXXXI,

.

204 (1917).

— of Astoria Gas Tunnel. — of foundation soil, Stony LXXXI, 988 et seq. (1917). — of tunnels, approaches, and

(1907).

LXXX,

(191(5).

DISKS. "An Investigation in a

Bellamy, LXXVI, 1971. City Brief description

New York

LEVEES.

"("aisson

(1872).

"British

William (With Discussion.) XXVI, 559

The North Dike

79

I,

DOCKS.

(1892).

See also



Conservation

Prosser.

"The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of

DIKES.

I,

43

of a New System of of Heat." Thomas

"On the Application

1058

"Some Notes on the Holland

XVIII.

DISTILLATION.

DIAGR.4MS.

GKAPHICAL CHARTS.

Leverich.

(1888).

DEPRECIATION. See VALUATION. See

(Continued). Interior." G.

to Determine the Strains Hollow Cast-Iron Disk, Cooled from

37

River

O.'O

Dam.

yards, I'enn-

DRAW-BRIDGES— (CoJihiiMed).

URAl'SAG'E.— fCovtinned). sylvania Railroad Terminal,

LXIX, 117, — tunnels to 7«7

New

Ill, 129 (1874). C. Shaler Smith. cussion, III, 139; IV, 203 (1875).

York.

129, 147, 180, 323 (1910). stop a land slide. LXXXII,

Dis-

"Experimental Determination of the Rolling Friction in Operating the Draw of the Thames River Bridge, together with Method for Determining Power to Operate ." Alfred P. Boiler, Jr., and H. J. Schumacher. (With Discussion.)

(1918).

"Excessive Rainfalls Considered with Especial Reference to Tlieir Occurrence in Hoxie. Districts." L. Populous R.



(With Discussion.) XXV, 70 (1891). "Rainfall, and Run-Off in Storm-Water Emerson Gregory. Charles Sewers." (With Discussion.) LVIII, 458 (1907). "Some Notes on the Holland Dikes." William Starling. (With Discussion.)

Harlem River Bridge, Manhattan Elevated Railway. LXXXII, 605, 682 (1918). Lift rail and rail-locking device, Hacken-

XXVI, 559 (1892). "Some Specialties of

Lift-rail

XXV,

sack road.

the System for Flushing the New Sewers of the City of (With DisRoberto Gayol. Mexico." cussion.) LV, 262 (1905). "Tequixquiac Tunnel. Valley of Mexico."

St.

XX, 1 (1889). John Levee and

— District

R.

souri."

M. Strohl.

Schneider. C. R. Dart, R. Worcester, Albert Henry Smith, H. D. Hess, J. E. Grelner, Martin Gay,

Ralph

cussion.) LXVII, 1 (1910). the Principles of the Construction of, and the Calculation of the Strains in. Revolving Having Two Spans or Openings, and Built as Continuous Girders, More Especially as Continuous tanel Girders." Clemens Herschel. Ill, 395 Discussion, IV, 203 (1875). (1874). "The I'tica Lift Draw-Bridge." Squire Whipple. Ill, 190 Discussion, (1874). III, 194; IV, 203 (1875).



See also

"Copyright in

S.

(1887).

DREDGING.

L,AND KECLAMATION.

"A Desirable Method

Draw Span." Louis H. Shoemaker. LXXV, 711 (1912). Discussion: A. H. Markwart, Howard J. Cole, and L. J. Le Conte, LXXV, 720. "A Graphical Method for the Solution of Stresses in the Continuous Girder, as ." George F. Barton. (With Applied to Discussion.) XLVIII, 72 (1902). "A New Swing Bridge at Copenhagen, Denmark." H. C. V. Moeller. (With Discussion.) LV, 129 (1905). "A Novel Method of Repairing a Swing (With Keith. Herbert C. Bridge."

238.

Description

II,

330

False

Works."

C.

XL, 215

Problems, Dumbarton Central California Railway."

J. Schneider. Discussion: L.

E.

LXXVI,

1572

(1913).

Le Conte, R .D. J. Coombs, (). E. Hovev, Lewis D. Rights. and Theodore Belzner, LXXVI. 1614. "Deflections of Beams with Variable Moments of Inertia." C. W. Hudson. (With Discussion.)

"Draw-Spans

LL

and

1

:

(1903).

Their

used

at

LIV,

Oakland

(1898).

Dredges: Their Construction and Performance. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. A. W. Robinson, L. J. Le Conte, George Higgins, William Mayo Venable. C. W. Sturtevant, Lewis M. Haupt, William M. Hall, W. B. Gregory. F. B. Maltbv, and J. C. Sanford. LIV, Part C, 479 (1905). Their Construction and Per"Dredges formance: Review of General Practice." (Inter. Eng. Cong. A. W. Robinson. LIV, Part C, 271 (1905). 1904.)

S.

(1873).

"Construction Bridge.

dredges

Kobay-



LXXXIII,

without

of Cal.

T.

1904.)

XIII, 10 (1884). Harbor, "Description of the Lower Weser and Its XXIX, Franzius. L. Improvement." 173 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 483 (1893). on the Mississippi River." "Dredges and (With Discussion.) Ockerson. A. J.

(1919-20). 1080 Account of the Erection of a Draw-

Bridge



"Crane and Ladder Dredges." Eng. Cong. ashi. (Inter. Part C, 335 (1905).



Discussion.)

38 (1909).

Channels through of River Bars." S. P. Maximoff. LII, 215 Discussion: Rudolph Hering, (1904). William W. Harts, E. L. Corthell, A. W. Robinson, L. J. Le Conte. F. B. Maltby, William Gerig, and F. H. Hilliard, LII,

"A Four-Track, Center-Bearing, Railroad

Maurice.

a Technical Character."

LXV,

DREDGES. See DREDGING.

DRAW-BRIDGES.

"An

— of

D. A. Usina.



Frederick

BRIDGES: LIFT BRIDGES.

DRAWINGS.

Discussion: Arthur E. Morgan, Orrin Randolph, Rudolph Hering, J. F. Coleman. William T. Lyle. William H. Kimball, and S. H. McCrory, LXXXII, 420. and Sewerage of the "The Water Supply, School."

Wilbur J. Watson, P. Snow, Theodore

"On

of Mis-

(With Discus-



XVI, 66

J.

Cooper, James Christie, J. W. Schaub, George Gibbs, and R. Murray, LX, 296. "Notes on the Replacing of the Superstructure of the Harlem Ship Canal Bridge." Horace J. Howe. (With Dis-

493 (1915). of San Francisco, and a Solution of the Storm-Water Flow Problem." C. E. Grunsky. (With DisLXV, 294 (1909). cussion.) "The Single Trap System of House ." Latham Anderson. (With Discussion.) XXV, 394 (1891). "The Subsidence of Muck and Peat Soils in Southern Louisiana and Florida." Charles W. Okey. LXXXII, 396 (1918).

Lawrenceville

Modjeski,

W. M. Hughes,

"The Sewer System

Odell. See also

Rail-

Draw-

J.

LXXIX,

sion.)

Dumbarton Point LXXVI, 1618 (1913).

for

Bridge.



cussion.)

Draw-Bridge, Pennsylvania LXVIII, 81 (1910).

"Movable Bridges." C. C. LX, 258 (1908). Discussion:

Albert Johnstone Campbell and Frederick William Abbot. XXXII, 171 (1894). Discussion, XXXII, 267. of the Vallev of Mexico." Francisco "The de Garay. XII, i53 (1883). "The Relation Between the Rainfall and the Discharge of Sewers in Populous (With DisDistricts." Emil Kuichling.

"The

638 (1891).

Turn-Tables." 38

DREDGING

DRY DOCKS.

(Continved)

Their Construction and Per"Dredges formance Review of General Practice." Jean Hersent. (Translated from the French by Paul A. Seurot. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part C, 327 (1905). and dredges. Cape Cod Canal. LXXXII, :

:

— (1918). — 24 Boston Harbor. VII, 41 (1878). — at in harbors. Part A, 165 (1905). — in reclamationLIV, of Potomac Flats. XXXI, 55 (1894). " — Ocean Bars." J. C. Sanford. (Inter. Eng.

Cong.

(1905).

LIV,

1904.)

Part

(1905).



cussion, VI, 189 L.

Le Conte.

J.

(1884).

231

(1894).

Submarine (1893)

rock

XXX,

;

"The Control fornia by

LXXVI,

"Pearl

XXIX,

excavation. 478 (1893).

lord.

137

Mining in Calithe B"'ederal Government." William W. Harts. (With Discussion.) LVII,

1

of Hydraulic

LIV, 51

(1905).

Ray W. Berdeau. LXXXII, 515 (1918). Discussion Charles Evan Fowler, Arthur W. Manton, A. W. Robinson, and William M. Rosewater, LXXXII, 529. :

son,

DRIFT BARRIERS. of a Drift Barrier across AVhite River, near Auburn, Washington." H. H. Wolff. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 2061 (1916),



of

LXXXI,

(1910). at Rogers (1917).

— used 464

151;

LX, 110

(1908).

by

P.

H.

EARTH PRESSURES.



Pass Tunnel.

"Cohesion in Earth The Need for Comprehensive Experimentation to Doterluine the Coefticients of Cohesion." William Cain. LXXX, 1315 1916). Discussion: Clifford Richardson, F. W. Green, and E. P. Goodrich, LXXX, 1326. " A Practical Comparison of Theories and Experiments." L. D. Cornish. LXXXI, 191 (1917). Discussion: William Cain, G. M. Braune, and F. N. Menefee, LXXXI, 202. "Experiments on Retaining Walls and Pressures on Tunnels." William Cain. LXXII, 403 (1911). Discussion: J. K. Worcester, and J. C. Mocni, LXXII, 449. :

343 (1917).

,



Methods and results of Bergen Hill Tunnels, the New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVIII, 87



(1910).

"The Use of Cement for Excluding Water from Oil Sands in Wells." I'aul M.



DRIVEN

LVIIL

"Permanent Transmitting Dynamometer." Charles A. Smith. XV, 357 (1880).

Methods and cost of Lexington Avenue Subway, New York City. LXXXI,

Paine.

(1913).

LXXX,

DYNAMOMETERS.

— and

LXVIII. 180

road.

1942

Harbor Drv Dock."

Train resistance experiments Dudley. V, 341 (1876).

blasting quantities for Astoria (ias Tunnel. LXXX 617 (1916). North River Tunnels, I'ennsylvania Rail-

Method

T.

DYNAGRAPH.

"The Design

DRILI^ING.

Francis

;

"The Three 15-Cubic Yard Dipper-Dredges, Gambon, Pnraixo, and Cnscadas, as Supplied and Used on the Panama Canal."

Average unit

Haswell,



(1906).

"The Improvement of the Channels at the Entrance to the Harbor of New York." Joseph Edwards. XXV, 573 (1891). "The Reclamation of River Deltas and Salt Marshes." J. Francis Le Baron. (With Discussion.)

H.

H. R. Stan223 (1916). Discussion: Charles Evan Fowler, Harrison S. Taft, AV. F. Frear, P. L. Reed. Frederic R. Harris, Leonard M. Cox, W. H. Pretty, J. R. Baterden, Herbert B. Bellamv, B. C. Laws, and Edward Box. LXXX." 295. "Temporary for Rapid Construction." V. B. Timonoff. (Inter. Bug. Cong. 1904). LIV, Part F. 397 (1905). "The Construction of the Lorain Dry Dock and Shipyard of the Cleveland ShipBuilding Company." James Ritchie. XXXIX, 323 (1808). "The Naval Floating Dock Its Advantages, Design and Construction." Leonard M. Cox. LVIII, 97 (1907). Discussion: George B. Rennie, J. R. Baterden, Cecil H. Peabody, C. Colson, A. C. Cunningham, Lyonel Clark, Edward Box, B. C. Laws, L. J. Le Conte, W. H. Pretty, L. F. Bellinger, and H. T. Hans-

— in

Pacific coast har187, 194 et seq. (1913).

LXXVI,

bors.

Charles

Bowles, Alfred P. Boiler, and Edward Mohun. XLI, 5.54 (1899). "Fremantle Graving Dock: Steel Dam Construction for North Wall." Joshua Fielden Ramsbotham. (With Discussion.)

9

"Removal of Rock 40 Ft. below Surface of Water, North River, N. Y." John A. Bensel. (With Discussion.) XXXII,

Rock removal and

:

wood, Harbor. XIII,

Brereton.

LIV, Part F,

cussion. W. L. Cathcart, George W. Melville, M. T. Endicott, R. G. Packard, P. C. Asserson, J. G. Tait, John Kennedy, James Ritchie, Francis Colling-

Tidal Harbor Improvement as Applied at Wilmington, Cal." Clinton B. Sears. V, 388 (1876). Dis-

— Operations(1877). at Oakland

A.

Docks. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. B. P. Goodrich, Sir William H. White, and V. E. Timonoff. LIV. Part F, 409 (1905). of France. XXIX, 54 (1893), " of France." A. Jolv, (Inter. Bug. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 385 (1905). " Stone vs. Wood." An Informal Dis-

— — —

of

California."

Cuthbert Cong. 1904.)

Dry

(1S8S).

"Recent

Docks."

(Inter. Eng. 379 (1905).

"Hydraulic on the Mississippi River." F. B. Maltbv. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part C, 391 (1905). "Plant and Material of the Panama Canal." William Plumb Williams. XIX, 273 "Principles

:

"Dry

303

C,

New Graving Dock at Nagasaki, Japan." Naoji Shiraishi. LVI, 73 (1906). Discussion E. P. Goodrich, M. Otagawa, Charles M. Jacobs, R. C. Hollyday, L. J. Le Conte, Charles Albertson, and L. F. Bellinger, LVI, 79. Dockyards in Japan. LIV, Part D, 58 "A

LXXVI,

1644

(1913).

WEl,I.S.

See VVEI.I.S. 39

:

EARTHWORK— (ConfiriMed).

EARTH PRESSURES— (CojUimterf). Dams."

"Hydraulic-Fill

(With

Allen

"The Compressibility of the Weight of Earth

Hazen.

LXXXIII,

Discussion.)

1713



"Lateral and Related Phenomena." E. P. Goodrich. LIII, 272 (1904). Discussion: M. F. Bonzano, V. H. Hewes. H. F. Dunham, Robert Brewster Stanton, and

Richard Lamb, LIII, 305. Measurement of pressures granular

cell.

transmitted

matter

LXXXIII,

and

Resistance, J.

C.

LXX,

Meem.

Discussion:

T.

Stability

352

(1907).

ECONOMICS. "A Method

(1910).

LXXXI,

Discussion.)

Kennard Thomson,

413

(1917).

"Depreciation as an Element for Consideration in the Appraisal of Public Service Properties." C. E. Grunsky. (With

LXXIX,

Discussion.)

727

(1915).

"Final Report of the Special Committee to Formulate Principles and Methods for the Valuation of Railroad Property and Other Public Utilities." (With Discus-

LXXXI,

sion.)

T. Kennard Thomson, Ernst F. Jonson, Francis L. Pruyn, R. A. Shailer, H. P. Moran, Eugene W. Stern, G. L. Christian. V. H. Hewes, E. P. Goodrich, J. F. O'Rourke, O. F. Nichols, Walter H. Gahagan, Milo S. Ketchum, Charles F. Marsh, F. L. Cranford, Jason Paige, lyn,

1311

(1917).

Committee Employand Compensation of, Civil Engineers." (With Discussion.) LXXXI, Report of the

"Final

Special

to Investigate the Conditions of

ment

of,

1207 (1917).

"Fundamental Principles of Public Valuation." John W. Alvord.

and L R. GifCord. LX. 24. "The Failure and Righting of a MillionBushel Grain Elevator." Alexander Allaire. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 799

Discussion.) "The of Steel



1

LXXIX,

117

Utility

(With

(1915).

Arch Bridges."

J.

A.

L.

LXXXIII,

(With Discussion.)

Waddoll.

(1916).

(1919-20).

"The Just Value of Monopolies, and the

EARTHQUAKES.

Regulation of the Prices of Their ProJoseph Mayer. (With Discus-

Earthquake Shock on High R. S. Chew. (With DiscusLXI, 238 (1908). sion.) and Earth"Notes on the Guatemala quake-Proof Construction." S. Vilar y

ducts."

of



ice

LXXVII, erty."

:

Buel, LXXXIII. 1700. "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18th, 1906, on Engineering Constructions." Reports of a General Committee and of Six Special Committees of the San Francisco Association of Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers. LIX, 208 (1907).

sion.) See also

(1912).

Engineering."

38

(W^ith

(1914).

Gandolfo.

H.

J.

"Electro

LXXIX,

842

Utility Prop(With Discus-

(1915).

VALUATION. Science,

as

Engineers."

Civil

Maur-

Discussion.)

EDUCATION. a

part

of

Stephen



the of Chester.

(With Discussion.) II. 03 (1873) "Engineering ." Calvin M. Woodward LIV, Part A, (Inter .Eng. Cong. 1904.)



Discussion: Edwin Duryea, Jr., FrankRiffle, lin H. H. Wadsworth, E. G.

483

Perrot, Luther Wagoner, Eugene W. Stern, J. K. Freitag, W. W. Harts, E. A. W. F. Whitaker, A. M. Bienenfeld. Arthur L. Adams, S. G. Hindes, Loren E. Hunt. B. Bienenfeld, J. P. Carlin, Charles E. Goad, R. B. Green, C. E. Moore, A. L. A. Himmelwright, Langdon Pearse, Charles Derleth, Jr., and J. D. Galloway, LIX, 264.

(1905).



"Engineering Eng. Cong.

Rix,

(1905).

."

Robert Fletcher. (Inter. LIV, Part A, 455

1904.)



"Engineering ." An Informal Discussion. George F. Swain, Harold Bouton, George W. Rafter, Edgar Marburg, Gardner S. Williams, Olin H. Landreth, Bernard R. Green, Edwin F. Wendt, A. N. TalF. R. Coates, and Bassett Jones, LVII, 141 (1906).

bot, Jr.

EARTHWORK.



Discussion on Inter. Eng. Engineering Cong. Papers, 1904. J. L. Van Ornum, Frank O. Marvin, H. N. H. Ray, D. Ogden, Alfred Chatterton, Sir William and Calvin Fletcher, H. White, Robert M. Woodward. LIV. Part A, 497 (1905). in its Relation to Training "Engineering for Engineering Work." Ernest McCul-

(1898).

embankment

in the construction of LXXX, 691, 716 (1916). reservoirs. "Economic Canal Location in Uniform Countries." Lvman E. Bishop. (With LXXIV, 178 (1911). Discussion.)

"Excavation and Embankment by Power." Edward Bates Dorsey.

of

Parsons.

G.

"The Valuation of Public

LXXXIII, 1689 (1919-20). DisBoy. cussion Marsden Manson, and A. W.

208

455

"The Philosophy

,

XXXIX,

LXXV,

sion.)

Buildings."

embankments.

Utilities."

lic



Canal — and

of Determining a Reasonable Rate for Municipally Owned PubJ. B. Lippincott. (With

Service

of

Charles E. Gregory, Francis W. Perry, E. P. Goodrich, Francis L. Pruyn, and Frank H. Carter, LXX. 389. "The Bracing of Trenches and Tunnels, with Practical Formulas for ." J. C. Meem. LX, 1 (1908). Discussion: Horace J. Howe, C. W. Birch-Nord, Lazarus White, E. G. Haines, F. T. Llewel-

"Effect

272

of Requirement and Clearness of Specification in Agreements for the Graduation of Railroads." W. F. Dennis. (With Discussion.) LVIII, 321

(1919-20).

"Pressure, Earth."

LIII,

(1904).

"Uniformity

bv the soil 1763 (1919-20). "Notes on Tunnel Lining for Soft Ground." S. Johannesson and B. H. M. Hewett. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 1822 through

pressure

Marsh under Eugene R. XXXVII,

Salt

Fill."

Smith. (With Discussion.) 213 (1897). The compressibility of soils.

(1919-20).

.



Water (With

lough. LXXV, 1079 (1912). Discussion: N. B. Garver, George B. Pillsbury, F. H. Constant, Arthur B. Green, Alexis Saurbrey, J. X. Cohen, George F. Swain,

Discussion.) XV, 348 (1886). "On Form of Railway Excavations and Whittemore. D. J. Embankments." (With Discussion.) XXXII, 255 (1894). 40

ELECTRIC MACHINERY,

EDUCATION— (Co>J
LXXV,

B. Buerger. Technical in



1092.

LIV,

Japan.

Part

D,

79



of Civil Engineers." Thomas C. Clarke. Ill, 255 (1S74). Discussion, III,

259,

ELECTRIC POWER. "A

(1905).

"The

"Specifications for Metal Railroad Bridges Movable in a Vertical Plane." B. R. Leffler. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 370 (1913).

High-Voltage

Power

Transmission." (With Discussion.) L,

M. H. Gerry, Jr. 212 (1903).

"Bibliography on Valuation of Public Util-

288.

LXXVI,

ities."

EFFLORESCENCE. Effects of Frost and the Tests on Building of Soda Lea McI. Luquer. (With Dis-

"The Relative Sulphate Stones." cussion.)



XXXIII, 235

(1895).

ELECTKIC ENGINEERING. See ENGINEERING.

2133

(1913).

"Construction of the Power-House of the Rochester Power Company, adjacent to Genesee Falls, Rochester, N. Y." Robert Cartwright. XXVIII, 19 (1893). "Electrical Power: Generating Stations and Transmission." L. B. Stillwell, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 3.57 (1905). Discussion: G. Puente, Z. T. Daniel, and N. A. Eckart, LIV, Part D. 397.

Electrification of Detroit River Tunnel. LXXIV. 350 (1911). "Hydro-Electric Power in Canada." Cecil B. Smith. (With Discussion.) LXV, 154 (1909). Power house, Astoria, Oregon, AVaterAVorks. XXXVI, 35 (1896). Power house equipment at South Boston Terminal. XLIII, 150 (1900). Power plant for Washington Passenger

ELECTRIC GOVERNORS. of water

Electric governor for regulation power. XXXVII, 17 (1897).

ELECTRIC LIGHTING. "Bibliography on Valuation of Public Util-

LXXVI,

ities."

213.3

(1913).

Comparative cost of electric and gas light. XVIII, 145 (1888). Effect of San Francisco earthquake on plants. LIX, 257 (1907). Electric light plant at Philadelphia and Reading Terminal. XXXIV, 149 (1895). LV, 173 (1905). at Ontario, California. " at Topeka. Kansas." Lewis Kingman. (With Discussion.) XXVI, 427 (1892). of the station, tunnels and yards, Penn-



— — —

sylvania Railroad Terminal,

New

Plants."

York.

269. 292, 299, 328 (1910). modern office buildings. of XLVIII, 7 et seq. (1902).

LXXI.

W.

50

(1911).

Hill. (1888).

(AVith

Hydro-Electric Transmission Lines



LXII,



"The Electric Station of the Citizens' Light and Power Company of Rochester, N. Robert Cartwright.

(With Discus-

XXXI,

335 (1894). Electric Light InstallaUtilizing the Famous Juanacatlfin

"The Guadalajara tion,

089

Pennsylvania

(1893).

tives." (1910).

use minal,

at

New

420, 4.32

George Gibbs.

LXIX,

ConEquip-

Locomo226,

434

Ninety-Sixth Street Power Station of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company, of New York Cltv." L. G, Montony.

(AVith

Discussion.)

XLIV,

119

j,(,»900).

"The Power Plant, Pipe Line and Dam of the Pioneer Company at Ogden, Utah." Henry (ioldniark. (With Discussion.) XXXAMII, 24


429 (1896).

ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES.

— in

Station

Yard and

"The

"The Theory of Aqua Ammonia Engines, with Results of Tests upon an Engine of this Type Operating an Edison Incandescent Lighting Plant." Edward E. Magovern. XIX, 127 (1888). "The Twenty-Eighth Street Central Station of the United Electric Light and Power Company." II. W. York. (With

XXXV,

Railroad.

struction, Road, Track, ment, Electric Traction,

LVIII, 37 (1907).

Discussion.)

238.

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the

"The Necaxa I'lant of the Mexican Light and I'owcr Company." F. S. Pearson and F. O. Blackwell. (With Discussion.)

-

Edwin H. AVarner. LV, 228 (1905). Development and of the Canadian

LVIII, 37 (1907).

Water-Falls, 28 Km. Distant from Guadalajara." Rafael M. de Arozarena.

XXIX,

Dis-

"The Lock 12 Development of the Alabama Power Company, Coosa River, Alabama." E. L. Sayers and A. C. Polk. (AVith Discussion.) LXXA^II, 1409 (1915). "The Necaxa Plant of the Mexican Light and Power Company." F. S. Pearson and F. O. Blackwell. (With Discussion.)

(1906).

sion.)

(With

Niagara Power Company." A. H. Van Cleve. LXII, 199 (1909). Discussion: .John C. Parker, and AVilliam J. Boucher,

XVIII, 142 The Delancey Slip rubbish incinerator and station, New York City. LVII, 69

Y."

Galloway.

Discussion.)

"The

Plant." Discussion.)

(AVith

D.

Power Company."

Lighting of the AVashington Terminal Station.

J.

cussion.) LXXIX, 1000 (1915). Electric Station of the Citizens' Light and Power Company of Rochester, N. Y." Robert Cartwright. (AVith Discussion.) XXXI, 3.35 (1894). "The Hydraulic Plant of the Puget Sound

"The

LXIX,

.Tohn

(1911).

plants at Ontario, California. LV, 173 (1905). "The Design of Hydro-Electric Power

Lighting

"Test of an Edison Incandescent

LXXI, 76

Terminals.

Power

Pennsylvania Railroad TerYork. LXIX, 358, 421, 422,

mr> (1893).

"The Twenty-Eighth Street Central Station of the United Electric Light and Power

(1910).

41

ELECTRIC POWEK Company."

H.

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS— (Co«fj«Med).

(Continued).

W. York.

(With Dis-

(Inter. Eng. 3 (1905).

XXXV, 429 (1896). POWEK TKANSMISSION.

cussion.)

See also

Eng.

Usling

LXI, 27. "Bibliography

White.

Valuation

of

J.

G.

(1905).

133

(1897).

Public

LXXVI,

2133 (1913). Oliver "Catenary Trolley Construction." LXII, 157 (1909). DisS. Lyford, Jr. Rufus Charles Mayer. cussion Joseph Harte. W. K. Archbold, Theodore VarMurray, ney, George N. Cole, W. >S. and R. D. Coombs. LXII, 17.5. "Comparatiye Tests of an Electric Motor and a Steam Loeomotiye on the Manhattan (Elevated) Railway, New York." Lincoln Moss. (With Discussion.) XXIII, Utilities."

and

Stillwell,

XXXVII,

cussion.)

on

B.

L.

LIV. Part E, 59

"The Substitution of Electricity for Steam as a Motive Power for Suburban Traffic." John Findlev Wallace. (With Dis-

Bows."

Slide

Steam

Discussion on Inter. Papers, 1904. Gustav

Cong.

Schimpff,

Contact Wires Joseph R. Discussion: Mayer. LXI,' 1 (1908). D. Coombs, and Charles Rufus Harte.



LIV, Part E,

1904.)

of Electricity for

as a Motive Power.

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS. "A New Suspension for the of-

Cong.

The Substitution

ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION.

POWER

See

TRANS3IISSION.

:

ELECTROLYSIS.



reinforcement

:

Progress Re-

(1914).

ELEVATED RAILROADS.

193 (1800). "Electric Railways."

An Informal DiscusGeorge Gibbs, W. W. Follett. LIX, 330 Anderson. and J. T. Noble

"A Study

in the Designing and Construction of with Special Reference to the Northwestern Elevated Railroad and the Union Loop Elevated Railroad of Chicago, 111." J. A. L. Waddell. (With Discussion.) XXXVII, 308 (1897). Brief History of in New York City. LXXXII, 748 (1918).

sion.

"

of metal

port of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. LXXVII, 403

(1907).



in the Ohio Valley between Steubenville, Ohio, and Vanport, Pennsylvania." LXIII, 73 (1909). George B. Francis. Discussion: F. Lavis, George B. Preston, .T. Martin Schreiber, and William J. Boucher, LXIII, 91.



.



"Manhattan

Elevated Railway Improvements." F. W. Gardiner and S. Johannesson. LXXXII, 551 (1918). Discussion: Clarence E. Carpenter. George H. Po-

"Electricity versns Steam for Branch Railroad Lines." An Informal Discussion. H. S. Haines, H. G. Prout, Oberlin Smith, AV. B. Reed. G. S. Davison, W. L. Webb. J. James R. Croes, W. J. Baldwin, D. C. Jackson, Gustav Linden-

gram,

Kennard Thomson, Edward and Howard Constable.

T.

Wegmann,

LXXXIL

745.

"On the Construction

of the Second Avenue Line of the Metropolitan Elevated Railway of New York." G. Thomas Hall.

thai, Edward Wegmann, Robert Moore, W. Buchholz, A. P. Davis, and C. XLII, 37.5 (1899). Charles H. Davis.

X,

"Motive Power for Street Railways."

107

(1881).

Alfred F. Sears. XXVII, 313 (1892). DisXXVII, 574. cussion. "Overhead Construction for High-Tension R. Electric Traction or Transmission." LX, D. Coombs. (With Discussion.) 505 (1908). "Steam Locomotive and Electric Operation for Trunk-Line TrafBc A Comparison of Joseph Mayer. Costs and Earnings." (With Discussion.) LVII. 455 (1906). "Test of Power Required to Drive Electric Street Cars, and Total Efficiency

"The Detroit Union Depot Viaduct." J. W. Schaub. XXVIII, (With Discussion.)

"The

"The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of

309

(1893).

"The Elevation of the Tracks delphia Germantown and Railroad,

of the Phila-

Norristown

Samuel Pa. Discussion.) (With

Philadelphia,

Tobias

Wagner.

LXXVI,

1819

(1913).

"The Merchants' Bridge Terminal Railway

:

Robert Viaduct at St. Louis, Mo." Moore, XXXI, 500 (1894). "The Myrtle Avenue Improvement on the Brooklyn Elevated Railroad." O. F. XXXII, Nichols. (With Discussion.)

of Motor." Louis B. Bonnett, XXVII, 307 ((1892). Discussion, XXVII, 675. Electrification of the Suburban Zone of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad in the Vicinity of New York City." William J. Wilgns. LXl, 73 (1908). Discussion: G. R. Henderson,

363 (1894).

New

York."

Discussion.)

George Gibbs, Arthur M. Waitt, Nelson P. Lewis, H. M. Brinckerhoff, George B. Francis, Edwin B. Katte, W. S. Murray, George A. Harwood, W. B. Potter, Frank J. Sprague, and Henry G. Stott, LXI, 106. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Station Con['ennsylvania Railroad. struction, Road, Track, Yard Equipment, Locomotives." Traction, and Eleictric George Gibbs, LXIX, 226, 434 (1910). "The Substitution of Electricity for Steam Alexander Sieas a Motive Power." LIV, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) mens. Part E, 51 (1905). "The Substitution of Electricity for Steam as a Motive Power." J. G. White.

B.

F.

LXXV,

Cresson. Jr. 226 (1912).

(With

ELEVATORS.

— and

Pennsylvania Railroad Station, LXIX, 261 (1910). York. passenger Weehawken ViaHydraulic lifts,

New

"duct.

XXVII,



"Passenger ." Eng. Cong.



12

.

(1892).

Thomas

E.

Brown.

(Inter.

1904.) LIV, Part B, 1.33 Discussion: Reginald Pelham Bolton, Burt S. Harrison, William H. Bryan, and Samuel G. Homfray, LIV, (1905).

Part B, 187. Operation



." Regiof Passenger nald Pelham Bolton. LXIV, 231 (1909). F. Lavis, Robert Brewster Discussion Stanton, and William J. Boucher, LXIV,

"The

:

242.

42

ELEVATORS— (Contmued).



"The Weehawken and Viaduct." Thomas E. Brown, and George H. Blakeley. XXVII, 1 (1892). Transportation in modern office buildings. XLVIII, 10 et seq. (1902).

ELEVATORS, GRAIN. See GRAIN ELEVATORS.

ENGINEERING— (Co7i
Maignen. XLVI, 129 (1901). Discussion of the derivation of the word Engineer. LXXVII, 1740 (1914). "Electro Science, as a part of the Education of Civil Engineers." Stephen

(With

Chester.

ELLIPSE. "The

— Reduced

by

Arthur

S.

False Condition."

XXIV,

540

Discussion.)

63

II,

(1873).

Equations

of Wlirtele.

C.

W. Milnor Roberts.

"Engineering."

EMBANK3IENT.

"

69

(1873).

— Achievements

"

(1891).

II,

and

Activities Alfred D. Flinn.

York City." 1653 (1913).

New

of

LXXVI,

— Education."

mine the Coefficients of Cohesion." WillLXXX, iam Cain. (With Discussion.)

Calvin M. Woodward. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 483 (1005). " Education." Robert Fletcher. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 455

1315 (1916).

"

Canal embankments. XXXIX, 208 (1898). "Cohesion in Earth: The Need for Comprehensive Experimentation to Deter-

Earthwork

and

— in

LXXX,

reservoirs. — of Prewitt

construction

the 691,

Reservoir,

100 (1914).



of

George

716 (1916). LXXVII, Colo.

141



Cong. "

XV, 348 (1886). "On Form of Railway Excavations and Embankments." Whittemore. D. J. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 255 (1894). Tests of model—. LXXXI, 506, 540, 548

(With

Smith.

Salt

XXXVII,

Alpine.

(1894).

EMPLOYMENT. "Final Report of the Special Committee to Investigate the Conditions of of, and Compensation of. Civil Engineers."



LXXXI,

(With Discussion.)

dress

of Civil

at

the



Whinery, James Owen, and W.

Convention

at

Y., June 25th, 1901. K. Croes. XLV. .^ilil (IKUll. ." of American John B. VI, 39 (1877). at the Annual Convention in

James



"A Memoir Jervis.

"Address

Baltimore, Md.,

McDonald. "Address at

June

LXXVII, the

2d,

Hunter

1914.

1918"

LXXXII, "American

—158

George

H.

P.

Maintenance

:



others.

LXXVII,



1074

(1914).

." "Science and Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at San Francisco, Thomas Curtis 1896. Cal., Juno .30th, Clarke. XXXV, 508 (1896). "Some Tendencies and Problems of the Present Day and the Relation of the Engineer Thereto." Address at the Annual Convention, in Ottawa, Ontario, June ISth, 1913. George Fillmore Swain.

Pegram.

(1918).

Edward

Ham-

:

at the I'aris Exposition of (Report of the Committee on the Exhibition made by this Society.) George

Morisoii.

iu

Organizations for Highway Work" An Informal Discussion. Willis Whited and

1878." S.

C.



Practice." (With Discussion.)

LXIV, 567. "Road Construction and

1737 (1914).

Annual Convention in June :;7th, I'.iKifl" Clem-

Pittsburgh. I'a., ens Herschcl. LXXX, 1306 (lillC). "Address at the Annual Meeting, .fauuary 16th,

Mc-

LXVII, 32 (1910). "Presidential Address at the Annual Convention in St. I'aul and Minneapolis, Minn., June 17th, 1919." Fayette S. LXXXIII, 770 (1919-20). Curtis. I'residential Address at the 41st Annual Convention, Brettou Woods, New Hampshire. July 6th, 1909. Onward Bates.

Presidential Ad-

."

Annual

J.



matt, XLVIII, 318. "I'recarious Expedients

1207 (1917).

Niagara Falls, N. J.



Wm.

226 (1872).

John Hawkesworth.

ENGINEERING. "A Century

I,

History of in America. XLI, 597 (1899). ." "Idealism and Art in Address at the Annual Convention, in Sau Francisco. Cal., September 16th, 1915. Charles D. Marx. LXXIX, 1329 (1915). "Is it Unprofessional for an Engineer to bt a Patentee?" Archibald R. Eldridge. XLVIII, 314 Discussion: (1902). S.

,

XXXII, 493

Ernest

"Engineers in Courts of Law."

"Platen Presses for Letter-Press Printing, Cutting and Scoring." John Thomson.

Training McCullough. (With

in its Relation to

(1880).

249 (1917).

EMBOSSING.



—(1905). Education



213 (1897).

LXXXI,

LVII,



"The Yale Bowl." Charles A. Ferry. (With Discussion.)

Discussion.

others.

Discussion.) LXXV, 1079 (1912). " Patents." An Informal Discussion. D. A. Usina. and J. P. A. Maignen. LVII, 83 (1900). " Progress in the United States." Presidential Address read at the Twelfth Annual Convention of the Society held at St. Louis, Mo., May 25th, 1880; prepared by O. Chanute, Vice-President. IX, 217

Marsh Under Eugene R.

Discussion.)

and

Discussion on Inter. Eng. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part A, 497

for— Work."

(1917).

Fill."

An Informal

Swain

F.

(1900).

— Education.

"Excavation and by Water Power." Edward Bates Dorsey. (With Discussion.)

"The Compressibility of the Weight of Earth

—(1905). Education."

North and John

Bogart. VII, 317 (1878). Ancient hydraulic—. XXIV, 317 (1891). "Carbon and its Uses in Electrical ." Clarence .M. Barber. XXIX. 680 (1893). "Civil Practice: Shall it be Regulated by Law?" An Informal Discussion. .Samuel Whinery, Foster Crowell, F. C. Os-



LXXVI,



1112

(1913).

"The Beginninga of—." J. Elfreth WatDiscussion.) XXIV, 309 kins. (With (1891).

43

ENGINEERING— (Conimwed). Civil

"The

Education of Tliomas C. Clarlve.

Ill, III, 259, 2SS.

ENGINES— (Conimwed). Engineers."

255 (1874).

Dis-

261

cussion, "Tlie Engineer

as a Professional Man." Presidential Address at tlie Annual Convention in the City of Mexico, July 8th, 1907. George H. Benzenberg. LVIII, 515

of the Twentieth Century." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at \A'ashington, D. C, May 20th, 1902. Robert Moore. XLVIII, 227 (1902). "The Philosophy of ." Maurice G. Parsons. LXXVII, 38 (1914). Discussion: Lewis M. Haupt, Charles Kirby Fox, A.



Markwart,

LXXVII,

Morgan

and



431

Discussion on Inter. 1904. Carl George de Laval, W. F. M. Goss, R. C. P. Coggeshall, H. F. Dunham, Richard J. Flinn, Elmo G. Harris, W. B. Gregory, George Higgins, James Alex. Smith, J. N. Chester, Charles A. Hague, J. T.

Eng. Cong. Papers,

Fanning, M. L. Holman, G. O. M. 01s-

of

Dalrymple, Charles G. Darrach, and Hildenbrand. XLIX, 45 (1902). also CIVIL, ENGINEERS: MARINE

W.

ENGINEERING: 3IILITARY NEERING. ENGINEERING GLOSSARIES.

ENGI-

Definition of terms used in the valuation of public utilities. LXXXI, 1524 et sea. (1917).

Definitions of highway engineering terms. LXXXII, 1420 et seq. (1918).

Classification

LXXXII,

for 1616,

1618

ENGINEERING SOCIETIES. facts relating 1743 (1914).

to

LXXVII,

foreign



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL

ENGINEERS. ENGINES.

"A Practical Method for Reducing the Internal Wastes of the Steam-Engine." Robert H. Thurston. Discussion,

XXV,

15

XXIII, 39

(1890).

(1891).

"An Automatic or Governor Cut-off Steam ." AVilliam Arthur. II,



"Compound and Non-Compound

for 81



,

Steam-

Jackets, etc." Charles H. Emery. Ill, 368 (1874). Discussion, IV, 229 (1875).

"Cost and Work of of the Committee.

Pumping — ."

Report

IV, 142 (1875). Discussion, IV, 223. "Cushioning the Reciprocating Parts of vSteam— ." John W. Hill. VII, 183 (1878). Discussion, IX, 111 (ISSO). for dredges used on Panama Canal. LXXXII, 520 (1918).





."

Christie,

An Informal Discussion. James Robert Heywood Pernald, Tim-

oleon Geelen, and J. M. Buchanan. 402 (1907).

LIX,

Engineering." W. F. Durand. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part C,

"Marine 183

(1905).

Discussion, VII, 193. Present-Day Pumping Engine for AV'ater-Works." Charles Arthur Hague, LXXIV, 15 (1911). Discussion: John H. Gregory, Charles B. Buerger, George A. Orrok, and Kenneth Allen, LXXIV, 32. "The Pumping Plant of the Morenci Water Company." W. L. Du Moulin. LXXIX, 1268 (1915). Discussion: Alexander PotVII, 60 (1878).

"The

Lindsay Duncan, and H. Hawgood,

ter,

LXXIX,

1319.

of

Aqua Ammonia



,

with

Results of Tests upon an Engine of this Type Operating an Edison Incandescent Lighting Plant." Edward E. Magovern.

XIX, 127 (1888). "Triple Thermic Motor Description, Operation and Results of a Single Expansion, Non-Condensing Steam Engine, Supplemented by the Evaporation of the Bisulphide of Carbon and Expansion of its Vapor, at Brush Electric Light Company. Charles Cleveland, Ohio." H. Haswell. XVII, 193 (1887). See also STEAM. :

EROSION. "

— of

River Banks on the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers." A. Ockerson. J. XXVIII, 396 (1893). Discussion, XXXI,

1

(1894).

"The Preservation the Vicinity of

(1873).

"Gas

"Steam Engine Economy. A Uniform Basis for Comparison." Charles E. Emery.

(1918).

(1918).

Pumping —." LXXV, 649 (1912).

Charles B. Buerger.

an engineering library.

History of the Library of the American Society of Civil Engineers. LXXXII,

LIV,

Large

Three

"Rebuilding

"The Theory

ENGINEERING LIBRARIES.

Mayo

son. Otto H. Mueller, William Venable, and Irving H. Reynolds. Part D, 533 (1905).

(190G). of — Practice

See

(1905).

Pumping Machinery.

Cilley,

by a Code Ethics." An Informal Discussion. George A. Soper, J. A. Ockerson, Benjamin M. Harrod, J. James R. Croes, F. W.



"Municipal Water-Works Pumping ." Irving H. Reynolds. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 513 (1905). Pumping for dry docks. LIV, Part F,

LVI, 104

cussion.)

Certain

Day-

R. Lelong. (Translated from the French by Paul A. Seurot.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part C, 243

53.

"The Regulation

See also

V.

mard and

"The Position of the Constructing Engineer, and his Duties in Relation to Inspection and the Enforcement of Contracts." Albert J. Himes. (With Dis-

1589

(1905).

"Marine Engineering In France."

(1905).

(1907).

"The Engineer

H.

Marine Engineering. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part C,

(With

Dent.

J.

1786

Sandy Beaches

of

New York

City." Discussion.)

in Elliott

LXXX,

(1916).

ESTHETICS.

Bridge.

LXXXII,

"The Arch Principle Esthetic to

Cherry

treatment of

Architectural

LXXX,

Bridge, Toledo, Ohio. — considered in design Aspects,

863 in

Arch

(1918).

Engineering and

and

Long Spans." C. LXXI,

Discussion.)

Street 752 (1916).

of Hell Gate

R. 233

Its

Application

Grimm.

(With

(1911).

ETHICS. "Precarious Practice." 32 (1910).

Expedients

in

Engineering

John Hawkesworth. Discussion: Eugene

LXVII,

W.

Stern,

EXCAV.XTION— (Cy?i/iH«ed).

ETHICS— (CoTiiniHeti) W. W. Crosby, J. S. Braniie, Andrews Guy B. Walte, and J. H. Gaudolfo,

Allen,

LXVII.

40.

"Some Tendencies and Problems Present Day and the Relation

of the of the Anthe Address at Engineer Thereto." nual Convention, In Ottawa, Ontario.

June

George ISth, 1013. lllli (1913).

Earth." J. C. Meem. (With Discussion.) LXX, 352 (1910). "Quicksand in ." Charles L. McAlpine. (With Discussion.) X, 275 (1881). "Removal of Rock 40 Ft. below Surface of Water, North River, N. Y." John A. XXXII, Bensel. (With Discussion.)



231 (1894).

Fillmore Swain.

Rock

LXXVI,

"The Philosophy of Engineering." Maurice G. Parsons. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 38 (1914).

Submarine

XXX,

and



1829 (19Ui(. T. K. Mathewson, E. P. Discussion Chandler, William S. Post, John E. Stirling Thorpe, Chas. H. Lee, Robert Follansbee, L. R. Jorgensen, Adolph F.

(1913). — from water

and

LXXVI,

Sea.

176

ground

surfaces

Mills

LXXVI,

of the

i

t

h

in

LXX,

on an Ocean Bar." O. M. Carter,

Canal." Caleb Discussion.)

EXPOSITIONS. "American Engineering at the Paris Ex-

(Report of the Composition of 1878." mittee on the Exhibition made by this George S. Morison, Edward P. Society.) VII, 317 North, and John Bogart. (1878).

"Lighthouse Engineering as Displayed at J. G. Barthe Centennial Exhibition."

of

Baltimore, Md." LXXVI, 92 (1913).

P.

at

A.

nard, VIII. 55 (1879).

"The Approaches and Transportation Fa-

Beatty.

cilities of

Embankment by Water Power." Edward Bates Dorsey. (With Discus-

EXTENSOMETERS.

XV, 348 (1886). — sion.) by dredges on Panama Canal. LXXXII, 524 (1918). — for the Cape Cod Canal. LXXXII. 24 (1918).

Description of—. LXXVIII, 104 (1915). used in measuring stress in railroad

— LXXXII, 1216 et seq. (1918). — track. used in measuring stresses on Hell Gate



—LII, in

LXXXI,

448

Pass

Tunnel.

1943

tunnels for Methods used Lexington Avenue Subway, New York 341

1077,

1085

gauges used in revision of the Niagara Railway Arch Bridge. LXXXIII,

(1917). in excavating

LXXXI,

1047,

(1918).

Strain

305 (1904).

Rogers

LXXXII,

Arch Bridge.

in Unstable Ma"Freezing as an Aid to terial." James H. Brace. (With Dis-

cussion.) of

the Paris Exposition of 1900." XLI, 298 (1899).

E. L. Corthell.

— and

City.

(With

Discussion.) XXV, 442 (1891). See also AM3IUNIT10N: BLASTING.

Rock

Method

(1910).

"Some Recent Experiments with Dynamite

Taking Cross-Sections in Cuts by Triangulation." XXII, 386 (1890). F. W. Watkins. "Construction of a High-Service Reservoir "

190

Manufacture and Its "Nitro-Glycerine: Use." Stephen Chester, I, 117 (1872).

EXCAVATION. Deep

T. A.

393.

"Blasting with Nitro-Glycerine." Edward I, i:; (1872). P. North. "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Her(With Discussion.) M. Wilson. bert

1516

"Water Supply for the Lock Canal at Panama." Julio F. Sorzano. (With DisLXVII, 01 (1910). cussion.)

"A Method

(1893)

Richard Explosive." (1903). Discussion:

Dana. L, 382 McC. Parker, L,

(1919-20).

Panama

(W Saville. 871 (1913).

137

(1910).

EXPLOSIVES. "A New Safety

(1915).

219, 254, 268

XXIX,

Tunnel Extension of the

i'ork

(1888).

— from water surface. LXXVII, 1622 — in(1914). San Bernardino Basin, California. LXXXII, 818 (1918). — records Oregon and California. for LXXXIII, "Hydrology

(1916).

.

"Plant and Material of the Panama Canal." XIX, 273 William Plumb Williams.

experiments at Owens Valley, California.

LXXVIII,

—914

EXCAVATORS.

Meyer, H. Hawgood, Charles W. Cornstock, C. E. Grunsky, H. A. Whitney, M. Hegly, Robert E. Horton, and J. W. Ledoux. LXXX, 1902. "Computing Run-Off from Rainfall and Other Physical Data." Adolph F. Meyer. (With Discussion.) LXXIX, 1056 (1915). "Evaporation." Desmond B^itzGerald. XV, Salton

52S

(1893).

LXVIII, 303

:

(ISSG). — 5S1 experiments,

LXXXI,

pier.

Pennsylvania Railroad. The Site of the Terminal Station." George C. Clarke. LXVIII, 340 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the The Terminal Pennsylvania Railroad. B. Crasson, Jr. Station - West." F.

LXXX.

L. Haehl.

II.

rock

478

"The New

(1902).

from "A Study of the Depth of Annual Lake Couchos, Mexico." Edwin Duryea, Jr.,

LXXX,

sion.)



EVAPORATION.

1,000ft.

Subway Supports." A. B. Lueder and W. J. R. Wilson. (With Discus-

"The Regulation of Engineering Practice by a Code of ." An Informal DiscusGeorge A. Soper and others. sion.

XLIX, 45

— tor

(1917).

"Secure

(1919-20).

EYE-BARS. "An

(1917).

Eye-Bar Test." A. (With Discussion.)

Instructive

ningham.

"On Form of Railway P^xcavations and Whittemore. D. J. Embankments." (With Discussion.) XXXII, 255 (1894). "Pressure, Resistance, and Stability of

C.

Cun-

XXXI,

415 (1894).

".Approximate in the

45

Determination

of

Stresses

Eye-Bar Head." William H. Burr.

EYK-BARS— (Co«^i»!«ed) VI, 127 (1877). VII, 189 (1878).

"New Facts about

FILTRATION.

Discussion,



VI,

"A High-Speed Gravity Filter Bed." A. McL. Hawks. (With Discussion.) XXXV,

263;

Theodore Cooper. LVI, 411 (1906). Discussion: Henry B. Seaman, Mansfield Merriman, Albert .1. Himes, A. W. Carpenter, John Thomson, Mace Moulton, John D. Van Buren, J. W. Schaub, and H. de B. Parsons, LVI, 429. ."

41 (1896).

"A Study Filters

Method and J.

LXXX,

(1909).

Modules for Regulating the ." Charles Anthony, Jr. LI, 136 (1903). Discussion :_ John H. Gregory, W. R. Copeland, and J. W. Hill, LI, 145. Comparison of well-water supply with filtered supply. LXXXI, 773 (1917).



337; III, 285 (1874). "Tests of Bridge Irons." J. Dutton Steele. (With Discussion.) II, 223 (1873). Tests of and of eye-bar steel. XVII, 156

Filter,

"

— — for Hell Gate Arch Bridge. LXXXII, 907 (1918). Tests of — for Sibley Bridge. XXI, 126 of

(1889).

Steel



."

Frederick

H.

XXVII, 358

FANS.

of Full-

Lewis. (1892).



Discussion.) LI, IGG (1903). of for tunnel ventilation.

288



:

FATIGUE FORMULAS. "The Effects of Straining Structural Steel and Wrought Iron." Henry S. Prichard. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1429 (1916). "The Launhardt Formula, and Railroad





131 (1905). Purification of

(Inter.

R.

E. (1899).

Railroad Ferry Steamer Solcmo." Robert L. Harris. XXII, 247 (1890).

"Lime



McMath and

— Manufacture O. E. Michaelis. 263 (1889).

others.

XLII,

(With Discussion.)

B. Weston. 69 (1900).

160

Edmund XLIII,



Albanv Water Plant." Allen Hazen. (With Discussion.) XLIII, 244

"The

Sulphite United States."

Discussion.)

LIV, Part D,

"Test of a a Mechanical Filter."

"The

FIBER.

1904.)

Hazen.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, TS3 (1905). Concerning Questions the of Water." W. Kummel. XXX, 330 (1893). "Stream Contamination and Sewage PuriDiscussion. fication." An Informal

(With

Cresson, Jr. 226 (1912).

Eng. Cong.

"Some

"The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of F.

Domestic Use.

155 (1905). "Purification of Water for Domestic Use: French Practice." M. Bechmann. (Translated from the French by Allen

a Car Ferry on the Mississippi River."' Robert Moore, XIII, 247 (1884). "The Perry Bridge Across the Ship Canal at Duluth, Minnesota." C. A. P. Turner. LV, 322 (1905).

LXXV,

for

"Purification of Water for Domestic Use European Practice." Adolph Kemna.

"Landing Arrangements for

B.

Water

Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part D, 191 (1905).

FEKRIES.

York."

Water by

." Hiram F. Mills. XXX, 350 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 702. "Purification of Water for Domestic Use: American Practice." Allen Hazen. (InEng. Cong. 1904). LIV, Part D, ter.

tav Lindenthal, Palmer C. Ricketts, W. A. Doane, George S. Morison, W. L. Cowles, E. M. Scofield, Henry B. Seaman, J. P. Snow, Edwin Thacher, J. A. L. Wnddell. O. E. Selby, Henry S. Prichard, Charles B. Wing, and Edgar Marburg, XLII, 189 (1899).

New



Discussion.) LIII, 45 (1904). "Purification of Sewage and of

Bridge Specifications." Henry B. SeaXLI, 140 (1899). Concentrations and in Bridge Design." An Informal Discussion. Gus-

Discussion.)

XXXI,

(1894).

Kemna, K. E. Hilgard, Walter Hunter, Philip H. Palmer, E. Perrett, Andrew Johnston, H. Alfred Roechling, and Nicholas Simin. XLIV, 399 (1900). "On Sedimentation." Allen Hazen. (With

XXIII,

(1890).

man. "Wheel

Denver, Colo., Water-Works.

157

for Public Water —cial Reference



"Theory of Centrifugal Pumps and Analysis of Their Action, with Suggestions for Designs." Elmo G. Harris. (With

Use



Supplies, with Espeto the Double Plant at Bremen, Germany." Eugen Goetze. LIII, 210 (1904). Discussion: W. Kiersted, Howard W. Underwood, William B. Fuller, George A. Soper. T. H. Wiggin. Morris Knowles, Allen Hazen, John H. Gregory, William R. Copeland, L. J. Le Conte, J. P. A. Maignen, George W. Fuller, William B. Bryan, and Rudolph Hering, LIII, 228. " of Water for Public Use." An Informal Discussion. Rudolph Hering, George F. Deacon, George W. Fuller, Samuel Rideal, Henry Davey, J. N. Greene, Ad.

(1887).

(With Discussion.)

1342 (1916).

1382.

"Automatic Speed of

II,

Sized

LXXX,

Gettrust. :

"Proportions of Eye-Bar Heads and Pins, as Determined by Experiment." (Discussion on Paper No. 140, Vol. VI, p. 127.) VI, 263 (1877). C. Shaler Smith. ." "Proportions of the Heads of Charles Macdonald. II, 333 (1873). Discussion,

"The Results Obtained from Tests

S.

Discussion George W. Fuller, F. H. Stephenson, E. G. Manahan, George E. Willcomb, H. Malcolm Pirnie, John H. Gregory, F. A. Barbour, George A. Johnson, and James W. Armstrong,



"Nickel-Steel for Blackwell's Island Bridge." William R. Webster. (With Discussion.) LXIV, 289 (1909). "Nickel Steel for Bridges." J. A. L. Waddell. (With Discussion.) LXIII, 101

Tests

of the Behavior of Rapid Sand Subjected to the High-Velocity of Washing." Joseph W. Ellms

in

the

(1900).

(With

"The Construction

of Gravity Sand Filat Nyack, N. Y." G. N. Houston. (With Discussion.) XLV, 476 (1901). "The Works of the East Jersey Water

XX,

ters



FILTERS. See FILTRATION.

Company, 46

at

Little Falls,

New

Jersey."

FINANCE— (ConfmMed).

FILTKATION— (Confmwed).

"Water-Works Valuation and Fair Kates, in the Light of the Maine Supreme Court Decisions in the Waterville and Leonard Metcalf. Brunswick Cases." LXIV, 1 (1909). (M'Mth Discussion.)

George W. Fuller. L, 394 (1903). Discussion Allen Hazen, J. P. A. Maignen, :

C.

L.

Harrison,

Weston, G.

W.

Whipple,

C.

B.

R. S. Fuller,

Langdon

Pearse, John H. Le Conte, L, 444. underground water through

L. L. Tribus,

Gregory, and L.

The flow

Waldo Smith,

J.

of

sand, gravel,

J.

etc..

riRE-PROOFIXG.

as in seepage or per-

"Can Buildings be Made Pire-Proof?" Corydon T. Purdy. (With Discussion.)

LXXIII, 176 (1911). "The Groined Arch as a Covering for ResIts Strength ervoirs and Sand Filters and Volume." Leonard Metcalf. (With colation.

XXXIX,

:

XLIII,

Discussion.)

37

(1900).

"The Improved Water and Sewage Works of Columbus, Ohio." John H. Gregory. (With Discussion.) LXVII, 206 (1910). "The Lawrence, Mass.. City Filter: A History of Its Installation and Maintenance." Morris Knowles and Charles Gilman Hyde. XLVI, 258 (1901). Discussion: Allen Hazen, Robert Spurr Weston, George I. Bailev, Leonard M.

112 (1909).

Hinckley, William R. Copeland, E. Little, Samuel Rideal, Gavin N. Houston, D. G. Thomas, Joseph A. Sargent, George C. Whipple, Morris

H. V.

James

Knowles, George W. Fuller, and J. M. Diven, LXVI, 199. "The Vicksburg Settling Basins." Clarence Delafield. XXI, 88 (1889). "Water Purification Plant, Washington, E. D. D. C, Results of Operation." Hardv. (With Discussion.) LXXII, 301

208

W.

Fuller

and

Some Experiments on the Water Through 2y2-Inch Rubber Nozzles of Various Forms and Sizes, made on the Providence, R. I., Water-Works. Also Results of In-

"Description of

Flow Discussion.

LIX,

others.

(1907).

for the Purification of the Water Allen Supply of Washington, D. C." LVII, 307 Hazen and E. D. Hardy. Discussion, LVII, 364; LVIII. (1906). 511 (1907). DISPOSAL. See also

"Experiments



FINANCE. Public

for

Utilities."

Municipally .T.

B.

Owned

Lippincott. 413 (1917).

XXIV,

247

New York

Kiorsted. (With 115 (1897).

of

326, 3^4

Terminal,

New

York.

(1910).

S.

Whinerv.

LXV,

274

(1909).

Fire streams. XXXVIII. 14 (1807). New York City high-pressure system. Brief description of. LXXVI, 1809 (1913). Oakland, California, system. tXXX, 98



sion). XXXVIII, 1 (1897). "The Going Value of Water-Works." Leonard Metcalf and .John W. Alvord. (With Discussion.) LXXIII, 326 (1911). "The Valuation of Public Service Corporation Property." Henrv Earle Riggs. LXXII, 1 (1911). (With Discussion.) "Valuation of Water-Works Property."

Wynkoop

Railroad

LXIX,

Humphrey, and

Con-

necting Railroad. LXXXII, 1000 (1918). "The Financial Management of WaterWorks." E. Kuichling. (With Discus-

XXXVIII,

Hydraulics

high buildings. XLIV, 460 (1900). "Fire-Resistant Construction of Buildings." An Informal Discussion. Herbert M. Wilson, R. W. Lesley, Richard L.

(18911.

Financing and franchise of

to

and power station. Pennsyl-

vania

— in

(With Discussion.) LXXXI, "Comparison of Water Supply Systems from a Financial Point of View." J. Leland FitzGerald. (With Discussion.)

Relating

Fire Streams." John R. Freeman. (With Discussion.) XXI, 303 (1889). plant, Pennsylvania for contractors' Railroad Tunnels, New York. LXIX, 35

(1910). — for yards

Determining a Reasonable

of

Rate

and

vestigations Relating to the Height of Jets of Water." Edmund B. Weston. XIII, 376 (1884).

SEWAGE

Service

of

Hose,

"Works

"A Method

(1907).

FIRE PROTECTION.

(1911).

George

523 (1915).

LXX, 190 (1910). "Fire-Resistant Construction of Buildings." An Informal Discussion. Herbert M. Wilson and others. LXV, 274 (1909). Progress report of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. LXXVII, 412 (1914). "Tests of Fire-Proof Flooring Material." George Hill. XXXIV, 542 (1895). Discussion, XXXV, 125 (1896). "The Economical Design of Reinforced Concrete Floor Systems for Fire-Resisting Structures." .John S. Sewell. (With Discussion.) LVI, 252 (1906). "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18th, 1906, on Engineering Constructions." Reports of a General Committee and of Six Special Committees of the San Francisco Association of Members of the American Society (f.. Civil Engineers. (With Discussion.) LIX,

"The Purification of the Water Supply of Pennsylvania." James H. Steelton, Fuertes. LXVI, 135 (1910). Discussion:

367

LXXIX,

sion.)

ler, XLVI, 309. "The Purification of Ground-Waters ConRobert taining Iron and Manganese." Spurr Weston. (With Discussion.) LXIV,

An Informal

(1898).

"Cinder Concrete Floors." Guy B. Waite. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1773 (1914). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.)

Wachter, M. F. Collins, (jeorge W. Fuller, George A. Soper, George C. Whipple, Louis L. Tribus, John H. Gregory, Charles E. Fowler, and William B. Ful-

"Water Supply."

121

"Cinder Concrete Floor Construction Between Steel Beams." Harold Perrine and George E. Strehan. (With Discus-

(1916).

"On the Comparative Liability Danger from Conflagrations,

to,

in

and I^on-

.XnuTican Cities." Edward K. Dorsey. XIII, 172 (1884). "The EfTects of the San Francisco Earthluake of Ai)ril 18th, 1906, on EngineerReports of a Gening Constru<-tions." eral Committee and of Six Special

don and •

Discussion.)

47

in

FIRE PROTECTION— (Confrnwed). Committees

of

the

San

FL.OODH— (Continued).

Francisco

Association of Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers. (With Discussion.) LIX, 208 (1907).

XXXIX, 153 (1898). Use of sprinklers. Use of water mains for fire purposes. XIX, 114 (1888). FIRES.

CONFLAGRATIONS. FI^ASH BOARDS. supports,

Dam.

LXXXI,

spillway, Stony 1006 (1917).

FLATS. "Reclamation of the Potomac

— at

River

WashXXXI,

ington. D. C." Peter C. Hains. 55 (1894). Discussion, XXXI, 489.

Edward

— S.

FLOOD WAVES. Application of the theory of flow through contractions to the design of the floodprevention works of the Miami Conserv-

ancy District. LXXXIII, 1205 (1019-20). "Characteristics of the Ravine du Sud in the Island of Hayti, and Plan for Avertting its Overflow." .T. Foster Crowell. XXIV, 470 (1891). Discussion, XXIV. 478; XXV. 343 (1891). "Control of the Colorado River as Related to the Protection of Imperial Vallev." (With Discussion.) LXXXI, .T. C. Allison. (1917).

"Detention Reservoirs with Spillway Outlets as an Agency in Flood Control." (With Discussion.) H. M. Chittenden.

LXXXII,

(1908).

"The Flood of March 22d, 1912. burgh, Pa." Kenneth C^.

at Pitts-

Grant. 302 (1913). Discussion: L. J. Le Conte, William R. Copeland, .Tean de Pulligny, J. Waldo Smith, and Morris

LXXVI,

Knowles. LXXVL 326. "The of the Mississippi Delta: Their Causes, and Suggestions as to Their Control:" William D. Pickett. LXIII,



(1909).

of the Great Valley of California." A. D. Foote. (With Discussion.) LXVI, 229 (1910). "The Storage of Flood-Waters for Irrigation: Study of the Supply Available from Southern California Streams." A. M. Strong. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 67 (1914).

FLOOR BEAMS. See

"Tests of Fire-Proof Hill. XXXIV. 542

XXXV,

LXXXI.

1218

— 618. in Chagres River. LXXVI, — in(1913). the Santa Catarina River, Mexico.

LXXII,

522

987

944,

at

Mon-

and

503

(1911).

"Hydraulic Phenomena and the EfEect of Spreading of Flood Water in the San Bernardino Basin, Southern California." A. L. Sonderegger. (With Discussion.)

LXXXII, 802 (1918). "Irrigation and River Control in the Colorado River Delta." H. T. Cory. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 1204 (1913). Methods of diverting and spreading flood water of the Santa Ana River at San Bernardino, Cal. LXXXII, 815 (1918). "Physiography of Water-Sheds and Channels, and Analysis of Stream Action of Southern California Rivers, with Ref-

George

Discussion,

Hugh Boorman, Myron

S. Falk, Guy B. Waite, Albert Oliver, Emile Reed Low, Arthur H. Diamant, Ira H. Woolson, J. R. Worcester, Gardner S. Williams,

A.

Fuller. 5G4 (1914). Discussion: Arthur E. Morgan, H. V. Hinckley. E. F. Chandler, Allen Ilazen, Morris Knowles. Herbert E. Bellamy, E. Kuichling, Robert E. Horton, and G. B. Pillsbury. LXXVII,

(1895).

"Cinder Concrete Floor Construction Between Steel Beams." Harold Perrine and George B. Strehan. LXXIX, 523 Discussion: K. M. Boorman, T. (1915).

(1917).

LXXVII,

—-Material."

125 (1896).

FLOORS.

1473 (1918).

Flood flows. LXXIX, 1134 (1915). "Flood Flow s." Weston E.

BEAMS.

FLOORING.



terrey,

(1916).

"The Flood of March, 1907, in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins, California." W. B. Clapp. E. C. Murphy, and W. F. Martin. (With Discussion.)

"Final Report of the Special Committee (With on and Flood Prevention." Discussion.)

(1917).

A

WAVES. FLOODS. See

207,

926

"The Redemption

STRESS.

See

LXXXI,

"The Design of a Drift Barrier Across White River, near Auburn, Washington." H. H. Wolff. (With Discussion.) LXXX,

53

FLEXURE.

(1919-20).

flood flow considered in designing spillway for Stony River Dam.

LXI. 281

"The Improvement of the South Boston by the Harbor Commissioners of the State of Massachusetts." Philbrick. VII, 17 (1878).

LXXXIII, nil

cussion.) of

Records

2061

See

— and

erence to the Problems of Flood Control." A. L. Sonderegger. (With Dis-

A.

L.

Himmelwright, and John

B.

Hutchings, Jr., LXXIX, 622. "Cinder Concrete—." Guy B. Waite. (With

LXXVII,

Discussion.)



1773

(1914).

"Hollow Tile Past and Present." Fr. von Emperger. XXXIV, 521 (1895). "Kinetic Effects of Crowds." C. J. Tilden. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 2107 (1913). "Method of Designing a Recta nj;ular Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab, Each Side of Which Rests on Either Rigid or ,

Janni. A. Yielding Supports." C. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1689 (1916). "Shearing Strength of Construction Joints in Stems of Reinforced Concrete TBeams, as shown by Tests." Lewis J. (With Johnson and John R. Nichols.

LXXVII, 1499 (1914). Discussion.) "Statical Limitations I'pon the Steel Requirement in Reinforced Concrete Flat ." John R. Nichols. (With DisSlab LXXVII. 1670 (1914). cussion.) Steel at Boston South Terminal Station. XLIII, 126 (1900). H. T. "Steel Stresses in Flat Slabs." LXXVII, Eddy. (With Discussion.)





1.3.38

48

(1914).

FLOORS

FOUNDATIONS

(Continued).

cussion.)

179

II,

LXXX,

(100.0

».

XXXIV,

"American Irrigation Engineering." Her(With Discussion.) bert M. Wilson. (1891).

Economic construction



for hydro-elec1010 (1915).

of

LXXIX,

plants.

tric

on the Flow of Water Through Contractions in an Open Chan(With Discussion.) E. W. Lane. nel." LXXXIII. 1149 (1919-20). of Bear Vallev Irrigation Company, California. XXX"IIL 99 (1890).

"Experiments

— — used of

in determining effects of designs bridge piers on How of •v^'.iter.

LXXXII, 338 (1918). for the measurement Merits of weirs and of water. XLIV, 160 (1900). "Surges in an Open Canal." R. D. Johnson. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 112 (1917).



"The

Hydraulic

Flow

High

at

(With

nison.

Jump,

in

Open-Channel

Karl R. KenVelocity." LXXX, 338 Discussion.)

(1916).

cussion.) in of



Use

XXXIV, small



175

223

XL,

sewers.

LXXVII,

— (1897). "— for the

LIGHTHOUSES.

— and

York

in Their Relation to Flow, with Particular Reference to Navigable Rivers." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.) LXII, 245

Reservoirs

S.

"

(1909).

Reforestation as a method of flood control.



"The Preservation of ." F. Collingwood. XIV, 301 (1885). Discussion, XIV, 388.

FORTIFICATIONS. A, 57

LXXIX.

and Substructure Scotia." Martin Murphy. Discussion,

XXX,

Dam

Con-

Smith, E. C. Discussion: Henry (1915). Hlghley, M. L. Byers, Lee

Theodore Helzner. Robert H. 1'. Ford, C. D. I'urdon, and F. G. Jonah, LXXIX,



under "Improved Method of Constructing Water by Forcing Cement into Loose Sand or Gravel by Means of Air Pres-

— in

Nova XXIX, 620

507

Steel

1(17.

I'.'/.i

"Bridge

(18'J3).

1

H. Quimby,

the Caissons of the F. Collingwood. East River Bridge." I. (With Disiussion.) (1872). "A Few Remarks on ." L. L. Buck, LV,



(With

Gabriel Jordan. 309 (1873).

1883-1914."

Arkansas,

(1905).

(1905).

II,

F.

and Edwin

21.

and Southern Railway Company, Over the Arkansas River at Little Rock,

George W. Goethals. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part

FOUNDATIONS. "A Few Facts about

1»!9

Water."

Stern,

O.

struction for .North Wall." Joshua Field(With Discussion.) Ramsbothaiu. en LXXVI, 1942 (1913). "Grouted Cut-Off for the Estacada Dam." Harold A. Rands. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 447 (1915). "History of Little Rock Junction Railway Bridge, of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain

:

Eng.

— under

Discussion:

"Fremantle Graving Dock:

1223 (1917). "The Floods of the Mississippi Delta Their Causes, and Suggestions as to Their Control." William D. Pickett. LXIII, 53

(Inter.

LXUI.

Thomson.

Kennard

Eugene W.

Jarrett.

New

Building,

Singer T.

(19091.

1

Discussion.)

LXXXI,

(1909).

New

City."

LXIII, Semseh.

Stream

"Fortifications."

(1914).



FORESTS. "

7(M

"Failure of a Masonry Pier and a Rock Wm. Barclay Parsons. Foundation." (With Discussion.) XXXI, 580 (1894). "Fall of the Western Arched Approach to South Street Bridge, Philadelphia, Pa." D. McN. Stauffer. VII, 264 (1878). Discussion, IX, 319 (1880). and shoring for structures on Manhattan Elevated Railways. LXXXII, 634 (1918). XXXVII, 321 railways. elevated for

1

FOG SIGNALS. See

(1911).

"Designing an Earth Dam Having a Gravel Foundation, with the Results Obtained in Tests on a Model." James B. Hays. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 1 (1917).

(1895).

1898).

:

"Description of the 'Plenum Pneumatic Process' as Applied in Founding the Piers of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge, at St. Louis, Mo." W. Milnor Roberts. I, 259 (1872). Design and construction of bridge piera.

System without (With DisOdell.

pipe

Railway."

J.



FLUSH TANKS. "The Separate Sewer Automatic—." F. S.

Dumbarton

(With Discussion.) Schneider. LXXVI, 1572 (1913). for a Quay Wall in the Har"Cylindrical bor of Delfzvl." W. F. Druyvesteyn. LIV, Part E, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) 125 (1905). Discussion: O. E. Mogeusen, and K. B. Hilgard, LIV, Part E, 135. Some Principles In"Dams on Sand volved in Their Design, and the Law Governing the Depth of Penetration ReArnold C. quired for Sheet-Piling." LXXIII, (With Discussion.) Koenig. E.

Ifll

247 (1895).

"Construction Problems, California Central Bridge,

OF.

FLUMES. XXV,

Buildings in New Charles Sooysmith. (With

XXXV. 459 (1896). Discussion). "Construction of Substructure for Lonesome Valley Viaduct, Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railroad." (With Discussion.) Gustavo R. Tuska.

IJKIDGK FLOORS.

FLOW OF WATER. See WATER, FLOW

(1916). — for Heavy

York City."

Structural Design of Buildings." Charles C. S<-hneiiler. (With Discussion.)

LIV, 371

1315

"Concerning

(1873).

"The

See also

(Continued).

"Cohesion in Earth: The Need for Comprehensive Experimentation to Determine the Coetficients of Cohesion." (With Discussion.) Cain. William

Economical Design of Reinforced Concrete Floor Systems for Flre-Kesisting Structures." John S. Seweli. (With LVI. 252 (190G). Discussion.) "The Mexican Method of Milking Hard Lime—." Theo. G. Ellis. (With Dis-

"The

sure." Fr. Neukirch. Discussion, XXX, 579

(1893).

49

XXIX, (1893).

639 (1893).

i

flf

J/

.x^\



O* {^JA^Iasonry

^^

FOUNDATIONS— (CoMhnited)

.^^teTJNDATIONS— (ConKni/ed).

and

towers and Hell Gate Arch Bridge. LXXXII, 872, 882 (1918). ^-''Method Pursued in Replacing a Stone CjitjPier on a Pile Foundation." J. Albert Jl^fonroe. Ill, 58 (1874). Discussion, IV, 205 (1875). "Multiple-Arch Dams on Rush Creek, California." L. R. Jorgenseh. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 850 (1917). "On the Mode of Underpinning Adopted for the Croton Lake Bridge, N. Y. C. & N. R. R., during the Repairs to the Masonry Piers." Alfred P. Boiler. XI, ,

150 (1882). Piers for bridges over LXXXII, 46 (1918).

way

Skinner,

XXV,



LXX,

XXXVII,

W. 14

Putnam.

(With

107

LXXXIII, George L.

(1917). See also

E. Smith. C. 1289 (1919-20). Discussion: Miller, J. E. Willoughby, and Dillman, LXXXIII, 1310.

XI, 181

at

LVI,

(1906).

.32

the

Gowen.





New

Croton Dam." (With Discussion.) of a Million-

FRAZIL,. See ICE.

FREEZING PROCESS.

(1916).



for the Brooklyn Anchorage of the East River Bridge." Francis Collingwood. Ill, 142 (1874). Discussion, IV,

205 (1875). of the New Capitol at N. Y." William J. McAlplue.



(1873).

"The S.

— of

the

Gowen.

road

New

Croton Dam." Charles (With Discussion.) XLIII,

Kennard See also

"The Reconstruction of the Stony River Dam." F. W. Scheidenhelm. (With "The Removal

Boecklin,

Classification XXXI, 181

of

— handled

by

railroads.

(1894).

Commercial importance of river improve-

(1917).

of a Defective Pivot

Werner

REFRIGERATOR SYSTEMS.

FREIGHT.

587 (1894). 907

Thomson,

H. J. Campbell, A. Gobert, and Charles Sooysmith, LIL 437.

of a Portion of the Substructure of the Johnsonville Bridge." Walter H. Gahagan. (With Discussion.)

LXXXI,

,

"Freezing as an Aid to Excavation in Unstable Material." James H. Brace. LII, 365 (1904). Discussion: George E. Thomas, D. E. Moran, E. L. Abbott, T.

287

"The Reconstruction

Discussion.)

with Pennsylvania RailTunnels, New York. LXVIII, 24

(1910).

Albany, II,



Experiments

469 (1900).

XXXI,

.

but Futility." Frank H. Cillev. (With Discussion.) XLIII, 353 (1900). "The Theory of with Rectangular Panels, and Its Application to Buildings Which Have to Resist Wind." Ernst F. Jonson. LV. 413 (1905). Discussion: H. T. Forchhammer, LV. 424.

Bushel Grain Elevator." Alexander Allaire. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 799

"The

UNDERPINNING.

bility,

"The Failure and Righting

"The

Par74

a New Principle in the Thaory of Structures." George F. Swain. (With Discussiou.) LXXXIII, 622 (1919-20). "The Exact Design of Statically Indeterminate An Exposition of Its Possi-

(1908). S.

B.

"On

(1882).

Charles

de

LXXXI,

FRAMEWORKS.

"Substructure of Piscataquis Bridge, and Analysis of Concrete Work." G. A. Hersey. (With Discussion.) LXI, 377

"The Changes

Construction." H. Discussion.)

(With

sons.

"Some Notes on Foundation Experiences." A. P. Boiler. XXVII, 471 (1892). "Sub-Aqueous Underpinning." A. G. Menocal.



(1915).

Subway

Dis-

(1881).

Mississipp i."

Charles H.

Discussion.)

"Underpinning the Cambridge Building, New York City." T. Kennard Thomson. LXVII, 553 (1910). Discussion: Henry Gorton Opdycke, E. A. Yates, Ogden Merrill, Oscar Lowinson, and J. C. Meem, LXVII, 565. "Underpinning Trinity Vestry Building for

"Report on Cause and Correction of Foundation Troubles of Box Factory at Natchez,

(With

(1897).

Philadelphia, Pa." D. McN. Stauffer. VII. 287 Discussion, (1878). VIII, 186 (1879). Timber crib pier foundation for the Chestnut Street Bridge, Philadelphia. LXXIX,

Street Bridge, Philadelphia." (Discussion on Paper No. 171, Vol. VII, p. 264.) J. G. Barnard. IX, 319 (1880). "Renewal of the Foundation, and Transf(^r of a Light-House in I'ascagoula J.

31

Bridge,

:

"Remarks on the Causes of Fall of the Western Arched Approach to the South

X,

412

Wagoner,

"The Use of Compressed Air in Tubular and its Application at South Street



cussion.)

Static

LXX,

Heavy Buildings."

of

Breuchaud.

Jules

(1908).

Harbor."

A

:

442.

"The Underpinning

T.

"Reinforced Concrete over Excavations on Paved Streets." John McNeal. LX, 217

Scioto River." Discussion.)

(With

LII, 451 (1904). DisJ. Wild. cussion: George B. Francis, LII, 465.

(With Discussion.)

704.

the

Herbert

"General Specifications." S. W. Robinson. XXV, 697; "Superstructure." Henry H. Quimby.

XXV,

over Byers.

(1894).

"The Ultimate Load on Pile Theory." John H. Griffith. (1910). Discussion: Luther



662 (1891)

L.

301

George B. Francis and Robert A. Marshall, and F. W. Skinner, LXII, 120. "The Substructure of Marsh River Bridge."

Kennard Thomson, Louis L. Brown, and J. C. Meem, LXI, 222. "Red Rock Cantilever Bridge: ." S. M. Rowe.

G.

(1894).

Ontario, Canada." H. L. Wiley. LXII, 113 (1909). Discussion: C. R. Fickes,



W.

277

"The Sinking of the Piers for the Grand Trunk Pacific Bridge at Fort William,

Cape Cod Canal.

P.

Bridge

XXXI,



Discussion:

XXXI,

Morton

"Pneumatic ." William Sooy Smith. (With Discussion.) II, 411 (1873). "Recent Developments in Pneumatic for Buildings." D. A. Usina. LXI, 211 (1908).

Howard

Reconstruction."

its

Kelley.

"The Renewal of the Channel Pier of the Cincinnati and Muskingum Valley Rail-

ments.

Pier,

60

XLIX,

277 et seq.

(1902).

rnrAOUT—iContimied).

— and freight rates, on canals and railroads. XIV, 43 (1SS5). — on waterways and railroads. LIV, Part 475 (1905). — B. XXX, 457 rates. XXIX, 97 (1893) (1893). — rates and ton-mileage in United States. 9 (1896). — XXXV, rates, on Great Lalies. XLV, 208

TRICTIOS— (Continued). Informal Discussion. A. McL. Hawks. XLII. 1.55 (1899). "—Rollers." C. L. Crandall and A. Mar-

etc.,

XXXII,

LXXXI,

i

(1888).

"On

the Increased Efficiency of Railways ." Wm. P. for the Transportation of Shinn. XI. 365 (1882). Discussion, XII, ISO, 180, 126, 339 (1883).



against New Discrimination "Railroad York, and the Remedy." Abel E. BlackXLVI, 182 mar. (With Discussion.) 11901).



Facilities." "Rai)id Transit and Terminal Report of the Committee. IV, 1 (1875). Discussion. IV, 240, 251, 252. "Bivers and Railroads in the United (With DisStates." William W. Harts. cussion.) LXXIX, 919 (1915). "The Elements of Cost of Railroad Traffic." O. Chanute. II, 381 (1873). "The I'roblem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of New York." B. P. Cresson. Jr. (With LXXV, 226 (1912). Discussion.) "The Production of Traffic and the Transand Passengers." Martin portation of II, 240 Corvell. (With Discussion.)





(1873).

of Port of Montreal.

XXXV,

Falls

Weight

Erie.

Canals.

and 13

St.

XXXI,

various

of

XXXI,

shipped.

184

(1894).

materials 183

as

of AVheels to and to Guard Rails." Archibald A. Schenck. (With Discussion.) XXXI, 509 (1804).

FROST. "Experimental Tests of Building Stones." Robert G. Hatfield. II. 145 (1873). of on Cement and Cement Mortar, Together with Other Experiments on These Materials." Ernest R. Matthews and James Watson. (With Discussion.) LXIV. 320 (1909). "The Relative Effects of and the Sulphate of Soda Efflorescence Tests on Building Stones." Lea McI. Luquer. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 235 (1895).



FUEL.

— and

— at

Low

(With

Discussion.)

LIV,

WORKS.

FURNACES.



of Burning Wet Fuel, as Determined by Experiments on a Large

"Efficiency

R. H. Thurston. Ill, 290 (1874). Discussion, III, 316, 334; IV, 88 (1875). Scale."

to

Galveston

W. Howell.

Charles

VI,

223

GARBAGE DISPOSAL. See REFUSE DISPOSAL.

New Apparatus Velocities."

boilers.

(1905).

COAL: COKE: GAS AND GAS-

(1877).

XXV,

Wellington.

183

C,

Harbor."

638 (1891). "Experiments on the Resistances of Rolling Stock." A. M. Wellington. VIII, 21 (1879). .Tournal

combustion in marine

See also

"Improvement of Entrance



with



"Efficiency of Furnaces Burning Wet as Determined by Experiments on a Large Scale," R. H. Thurston. Ill, 290 (1874). Discussion, III, 316, 334; IV, 88 (1875). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.) LXX, 190 (1910).

GABIONS.

"Air Resistances to Trains in Tube TunV. Davies. (With Discusnels." J. LXXV, 982 (1912). sion.) Experimental Determination of the Rolling in Operating the Draw of the Thames River Bridge, together with Method for Determining Power to OperI*. Boiler, ate Draw-Bridges." Alfred (With DisJr., and H. J. Schumacher.

"Experiments



"The Action

(1894).

FRICTION.

cussion.)



"The Relation

usually

FREIGHT CAR.S. See ROLLING STOCK. FREIGHT TRAINS. See TRAIN LOADS.

89

(1887).

Mary's

(1896).

machinery per square foot of

of

floor space.

Weight

Suez

XXXV,

XIX,

Discussion.)



FROG POINTS.

(1896).

Tonnage on

(With

(1888).

"Tests of of Hydraulic Cupped-Leather Packing." Theodore Cooper. XVI, 30

Part 15

soils.

,

Brush.

cussion, XII, 339. Net registered tonnage at Sault Ste. Marie, 1855-1899. XLV, 277 (1901). "Notes on the Classification of Railroad Accounts and the Analysis of Railroad XVIII, 62 Rates." Mordeeai. Gratz

Discussion,

(1894).

resistance of various 947. 1044 (1917).

"Some Facts in Relation to — Waste and Loss of Water in Mains." Charles B.

(1901).

can Railways be made more Efficient '!" (Discusin the Transportation of sion on Paper No. 248, Vol. XT, p. 3ti5. William P. Shinn. XII, 189 (1883). Dis-

99

127, 270.

Frictional

"How

Tonnage

XXXII,

ston.

;

on M.

"Bibliography on Valuation of Public Utilities."

LXXVI,

2133

Comparative cost of XVIII, 145 (1888).

(1913). electric and

gas light.

Description of foundation for gas holder.

XXVII,

471

(1892).

of San Francisco earthquake on gas plants. LIX, 2."i() (1907). "(Jas Engines." An Informal Discussion. Effect

James

Christie

and

others.

LIX.

402

(1907).

"Final

Report of the Special Committee to Formulate Principles and Methods for the Valuation of Railroad Property and Other Public Utilities." (With Dis-

A. XIII,

409 (1884). "— Coefficient for Riveted Steel Pipe."

GAS-WORKS.

G.\S .\ND

An

cussion.)

61

LXXXI,

1311

(1917).

GAS ANI> GAS-WOnii.fi— (Continued).

GAXTGISG—tConfinned). "The Hydrography of the Potomac Basin." Cyrus C. Babb. (With Discussion.) XXVII, 21 (1892).

"The

Astoria Tunnel under the East River for Gas Distribution in New York John Vipond Davies. (With City." Discussion.) LXXX, .^04 (1010). "The Production of Toluol from Gas Plants." Mvron S. Falk. (With Dis-

"Twenty Mass.,

LXXXIII.

cussion.)

LXXII,

(With Discussion.)

1

(1911).



594 (1916).

GEOLOGY. "A Few Remarks Gorge."

GAUGE. of cost of construction of railroads with various gauges. LXXVIII,

narrow

broad—.

— railroads.

(1915).

LXXVIII.

medium

or "

(1915).

.3.58

Historv of Railways and Origin of—." J. Dutton Steele. (With Discus-

"Earlv

II,

53

53 (1898). San Bernardino Basin, California, in relation to flow of underground water. LXXXII, 802 (1918). of slate producing regions. XXXII, 529

— (1894). — of strata under 616, 624 (1016). — of underground



(1893). — of Railways, with .537

Particular Refer-

ence to Those of Southern South America." F. Lavis. LXXVIII, 312 (1915). Discussion Philip W. Henrv. .Tames -T. Hill, T. A. Corry. Frank Foster, H. Deane, G. F. F. Osborne, and James Alexander Smith, LXXVIII, 424.

etc.

71 et seq. (1902); (1902). Float—. LXXXIII, 1200 (1919-20). Piezometer observations on 48-in. pipe. 241 (1890). Piezometers used in Ogden. Ftah, experiments. XL. 472 (1898); XLIV. 35 (1900).

XXVI,

439

Its Application to Precise Testing of Hvdro-Electric Beniamin F. Groat. (With Generators." LXXX. 0.51 (1916). Discussion.) " of Cedar River. Washington." Theron (With Discussion.) XLI, 1 A. Noble.

the

XXXII,



V. 251

of Spacing Rivets and Finding the Position, etc., of Stiffeners (With Disin Plate—." E. Sehmitt. XLV. 550 (1901). cussion.) "A Graphical Method for the Solution of Stresses in the Continuous Girder, as Applied to Draw-Bridges." George F.

"A Direct Method

(1803).

David M.

(1870).

Barton.

(With

Discussion.)

B.

G.

LXXX,



of Streams." VII, 236 (1878).

XLVIII, 72

of the ProbPosition a Train of Concen-

lem. What trated Loads Must Have in Order to Cause the Greatest Stress in any Given Part of a Bridge Truss or Girder." Henrv T. Eddy. XXII, 259 (1890).

Hop572

(1916).

"The

(With Discussion.)

(1902).

"A New Graphical Solution

(1893).

son.

195 (1894).

GIRDERS.

Gaugings of Missouri River at Great Falls, Mont. XXVTl, 05 (1892). Cvrus C. "Rainfall and River-Flow." Babb. (With Discussion.) XXVIII, 323

"The Automatic Volumeter."

(1913).

Reports of a GenCommittee and of Six Special Comof the San Francisco AssociaMembers of the American Society (With Discussion.) of Civil Engineers. LIX, 208 (1007). "The Lower Colorado River and the Salton Basin." C. E. Grunsky. (With Discussion.) LIX, 1 (1907'). "The Sandrock Sewers of St. Paul, Minn." George L. Wilson. (With Discussion.)

"Chemi-Hydrometry and

Greene.

1654

mittees tion of

GAUGING.

211

LXXVI,

eral

(1892).

(1809). — of Potomac River. XXVIII. " — of Streams." A Discussion.

City geological maps, sections,

ing Constructions."

XXXV.

gauge.

reservoirs.

LXXX,

LXXVIII,

LXXXIII, 1111 (1919-20). "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18th, 1906, on Engineer-

XLVII,

140 ef sen.

Pressure-difference

River.

"Physiography of Water-Sheds and Channels, and Analysis of Stream Action of Southern California Rivers, with Reference to the Problems of Flood Control." (With Discussion.) A. L. Sonderegger.

GAUGES. XLIX,

East

151 (1015).

New York

:

Differential—.

Relations to Topography." John Branner. (W ith Discussion.)

— of

(1873).

of Railroad Track in General, with Special Consideration of Narrow Railroads." E. A. Ziffer. (Translated from the German bv Wolfgang G. Triest.) XXIX, 453 (1893). Discussion,

XXX,

—(1917). in Its C.

"On the Gauges

"The

about the Niagara Buck. (With Discus-

205 (1894).

XXXIX,

"

sion.)

L.

(1915).

and foundation conditions at Stony River Dam. LXXXI. 918 (1017). Geological clues to flood heights. LXXXI, 1270 (1917). Geological conditions of Ohio Valley near LXXXI, 753 Parkersburg, W. Va.

of cost of operation on broad,

converting meter to

OPEN

Geological

(191.5).

of

L.

XXXII.

sion.)

Comparison

Cost

OF, IN

LXXVIII, 403

railways.

GAS ENGINES. See ENGINES.

and LXXVIII, 302

Discussion.)

Southern South America: General description of its topography, physical characteristics, business conditions, and the development and present situation of its

"The Astoria Tunnel under the East River for in Npvf York Citv." .Tohn Vipond Davies. Discussion.) (With LXXX,

Comparison medium,

(With

WATER, FLOW CHANNELS. GEOGRAPHY.

See also

GAS DISTRIBUTION.

.'«3

Run-Off, Holyoke, at Connecticut River." Cle-

HerscheL

LVIII, 29 (1907).

904 (1919-20). of Public Service CorporaI'ropertv." Henrv Earle Riggrs.

"The Valuation tion

Years' of the

mens

Clemens HerscheL 52

GRADE CROSSING.S— (Conhnwed).

GIRDERS— (Conf(?!Med) "Application of the Theory of Continuous Economy in Bridge Building. to Charles Bender. V, 147 (1876). Dis-

Railroad,



LXXVI,





and Cement."



comotives on Burr. (With

Taylor.

BRIDGES.

295

(With

Discussion.)

LII,

467

Curves." William R. Morley. Discussion.) XIII, 181 (1884).

(With

"The Traction of Freight Trains at Different Speeds." Clinton S. Bissell. (With Discussion.) LXVI, 58 (1910). "Virtual for Freight Trains." A. C. Dennis. (With Discussion.) L, 1 (1903).

635.



ENGINEERING GLOSSARIES.

GRAIN ELEVATORS. "American Grain—."

GOVERNORS. "An Automatic or Governor Cut-Off Steam Engines." William Arthur.

XXIX,

for

644 (1893).

(1893). "The B^ailure

II,

81 (1873). Electric governor for regulation of waterpower. XXXVII, 17 (1897).

Grain

LXXX,

P. Goodrich,

"History of the Pennsylvania Avenue Subway, Philadelphia, and Sewer Construction Connected Therewith." George S. Webster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XLIV, 1 (1900). "Inspection and Maintenance of Railway

E. Lee Heldenrelch. Discussion, XXX, 583

and Righting of

lUi.shel

Allaire.

David Gutman,

GRADE CROSSINGS.

a MillionElevator." .\loxander 799 (1916). Discussion: W. R. Phillips, and B.

LXXX,

833.

GRANDSTANDS AND STADIA. Stadium at Tacoma, Wash.

LXXXI,

289

(1917).

"The

Yale

Bowl." Charles A. Ferry. LXXXI, 249 (1917). Discussion: Thomas C. Atwood, J. B. French, H. C. Keith,

A

Discussion. John A. Wilson, Willard S. Pope, George H. Pegram, G. Bouscaren. W. S. Lincoln, ,Toseph M. Wilson. .Tames G. Dagroii, J. A. L. Waddell, Edward S Philbrick, A. Bry-

H. F. Dunham, Henry C. Hitt, Alexander S. Lynch, LXXXI, 280.

and

GRAPHICAL CHARTS.

Robert A. Shailer, W. A. Haven, John M. Goodwin, Albert Lucius, E. P. Dawley, C. A. Marshall, D. .T. Whittemore, Theodore Cooper, H. Stanley Goodwin, A. M. Wellington, Percival son,

C.

VIII,

(1904).

GI.OSSARIES.

C.

James D.

"The Maximum Weights of Slow Freight Trains." C. S. Bissell. (With Discussion.) LXIV. 303 (1909). "The Proper Compensation for Railroad

on the Transverse Breaking Strain of Plate—." G. W. Plvmpton. XXV, 223 (1891). Discus-

Jr.,

Steep—."

Discussion.)

"The Location of the Knoxville, La Follette and Jellico Railroad, of the Louisville and Nashville System." W. D

GLASS. "Some Experiments

Roberts,

its

,

(1879).

785

Structures."

Asphalt (With

(ISOO).

1

a Reduction of Ruling or Maximum Especially for the Use of Engineers on Location of Railroads." .John G. Clarke. (With Discussion.) II, 399 (1873). "The Construction of the Atchison, Topeka and .Santa F6 Railroad over the Raton Mountains, and the Performance of Lo-

Continuous Girder as a Tipper." H. Lindenberger. XXVI, 469 (1892).

See

Xlill.

"The Approximate Value of

"The Theorem of Three Moments." J. P. J. Williams. (With Discussion.) LXXVI,

226,

Robert P. Woods.

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(1892).

XXV,



Discussion.) LXX, 321 (1910). "Street and Cross-Sections in

,

sion,

512 (1893).

"Locomotive Performance on of Various Lengths." Beverly S. Randolph. (With

— —

(1913). See also BEAaiS:

XXX,

Discussion,

GRADES.

tinuous more especially as Continuous Panel ," Clemens Herschel. Ill, 395 (1874). Discussion, IV, 203 (1875). Plate girder proportioning:. XXVI,' 106 C.

Samuel

Discussion.)



Revolving Drawbridges Having Two Spans or Openings, and Built as Con-

"The

Pa."

(With

1819 (1913).

"The Rearrangement of the Railway Terminal System at Altona, with Special ." Reference to the Avoidance of R. Caesar. (Translated from the German by Wm. H. Searles.) XXIX, 295 (1893).

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"Modern Pier Construction

G.

(1873).

Coiuplt't ion." Berthold Discussion, (1893).

after

XXX,

Stahl.

Theodore

River."

Winner.

River.

LXXXI,

302,

Canal

— at

(1917).

"Hoisting

XXV,

Colorado

Sewall's

man.

Apparatus

of

the

N. H." John R. FreeDiscussion.) XXXII, 278

Falls,

(With

(1894).

HEAT. "Note Relating 56

to

Rumford's Determiuu-

HEAT

HYDRAULIC LABORATORIES.

(Continued) ." tion of the Mechanical Equivalent of Robert H. Thurston. II, 289 (1873). "On the Application of a New System of ." Distillation with Conservation of Thomas Prosser. I, 79 (1872). balsa wood. through Transmission of LXXXI, 149 (1917).



Description of—.



HYDRAULICS. See WATER, FLOW OF. HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER PLANTS.

HEATING. Steam

Systems."

XXIV,

188

Emery.

XXIV,

(1891).

Charles E. Discussion.

See

216.

"Surveying." Officers of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey John F. Hayford, W. C. Hodgkins, D. B. Wainwright, L. A. Bauer, Isaac Winston, and E. G. Fischer. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part B, 399 (1905). "Surveying." Officers of the U. S. Geological Survey Herbert M. Wilson, Edward C. Barnard, and John C. Hoyt. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part B,



:

:

LXX, 100 (1910).. — and ventilating South Boston Terminal. XLIII, 156 (1900). — and of the Pennsylvania ventilation

New

York.

LXIX,

419

"The

B.

XXIV,

(With

Worthen.

"Tests of Condensation tors." William J. Baldwin.

— of halls

of audience.

XXXII,

34

"Chemi-Hydrometry

and Its Application the Precise Testing of Hydro-ElecGenerators." Benjamin F. Groat. LXXX, 951 (1916). Discussion: G. Bertram Kershaw, George W. Puller, W. D. Peaslee, W. L. Waters, Robert E. Horton, Thomas H. Wiggin, and W. S. Rich-

to

X, 53 (1881).

tric

HIGHWAYS. "American



An

."

Informal

Discussion.

Thompson, H. Eltinge Breed, Eugene W. Stern, Calvin Tomkins, H. F. Dunham, and William E. Woolley, LXXXIII, 550 (1919-20). Definitions of highway engineering terms.

W.

G. B.

LXXXII,

1420 et seq.

"

(1918).

Highway Tunnels." George Duncan Snyder. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 252 (1915).

mond, LXXX,

— as

1276.

an Aid to the Successful Operation of an Irrigation System." J. C. Stevens. LXXI, 314 (1911). Discussion: E. F. Chandler, C. E. Shipman, Clemens Her-

and Robert Pollansbee, LXXI, 342. of the Bazin Weir Formula Hydro-Chemical Gaugings." Floyd A. Nagler. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII,

"Subaqueous See also

Potomac Basin." Cyrus C. Discussion.) XXVII, 21

HYDROMETRY. HYDROMETRY.

Radia-

(1894).

The

the

(With

(1892). See also

206 (1891). in Cast-iron

— of

Babb.

Office

Wm.

Eng. Part B, 449

Inter.

(1905).

Installation in the Modern Building." Charles G. Darrach. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 1 (1902).

"Mechanical

Discussion.)

(1905).

on Surveying. Discussion Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV,

270

(1910).

"Steam—."

POWER PLANTS.

HYDROGRAPHY.

"Expansion of Pipes." Ralph C. Taggart. (With Discussion.) LXX, 1 (1910). "Experiments with a New Method of and Ventilation." Charles Carroll Gilman. XXXVII, 59 (1897). "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Her(With Discussion.) bert M. Wilson.

Railroad Station,

1272 (1914).

See PUftlPS.



"District

LXXVII,

HYDRAULIC RAMS.

schel,

"Verification

by

PAVEMENT: ROADS.

105 (1919-20).

HOISTING MACHINERY.

ICE. Discussion on anchor

"Hoisting Apparatus of the Canal HeadGates at Sewall's Falls, N. H." John R. Freeman. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 278 (1894).

LXXXII,



J.

"Early Surveys and Reports in Reference to the Transmission of Trade across the Allegheny Mountains in the State of Pennsylvania, known as the Allegheny Portage." Moncure Robinson. XV, 181

HYDRAULIC JUMP. in an Open Canal." R. D. John(With Discussion.) LXXXI, 112

(1886).

"Reminiscences and Experiences of Early Engineering Operations on Railroads, with Especial Reference to Steep Inclines."W. Milnor Roberts. VII, 197

(1917).

"The



,

in

Open Channel Flow

Velocitv." Karl K. Keniiisou. Discussion.) LXXX, 338 (1916).

at

(1887).

INCLINED RAILWAYS.



394 (1891).

son.

XVI, 171

INCINERATORS. See REFUSE DESTRUCTORS.

XIII, 376 (1884).

"The Single Trap System of ." Latham Anderson. (With Discussion.) XXV,

"Surges

Discussion: M. O.

1138 (1918).

Waldo Smith, Robert Fletand E. E. R. Tratman. LXXXII, 1152. "Stoppage of Flow in a Water Main by Anchor — ." James B. Francis. (With Leighton,

Discussion.)

HOUSE DRAINAGE.

X, 193 (1881).

cher, A. F. Parker,

HOSE. in

.



Hoisting of the Efficiency of "Tests Tackle." S. P. Mitchell. LI, 161 (1903). by "The Relative Merits of Working Steam, Water and Electricity." George A. Goodwin. XXIX, 695 (1893). See also COAL-HANDLINO MACHINERY.

Loss of head



Formation of anchor—. XXXII, 306 (1894). " Diversion, Hydraulic Models, and Hydraulic Similarity." Benjamin F. Groat.

High (With

(1878)

56

;

Discussion,

VII,

216.

INCLINED

B.All.'W

AYS— (Continued)

IRON

(Continued) cation In the Investigation of the Causes

"The Abt System of Railway for Steep Inclines." Walton W. Evans. XV, 147

of Accidents to Bridges and Other Constructions." Robert H. Thurston. VII, 53 (1878). Exposed to "Painting Structures of Weather." E. Gerber. (With Discus-

(1886).

"The American Line from Vera Cruz

to the



City of Mexico, via Jalapa, with Notes the Best Methods of Surmounting Rail." A. M. WellXV, 791 (With Discussion.) ington.

on

High Elevations by

XXXIII, 485 (1805). "Qualities of and Steel." William Met-

(1886).

calf. V, 323 (1870). Resilience tests of—. XXXIX, 237 (1898). "Tests of Bridge Irons." J. Dutton Steele. (With Discussion.) II, 223 (1873). "The Manufacture of Pig ." E. N. K. Talcott. I, 191 (1872). "The Preservation of Materials of Construction." An Informal Discussion. William Barclay Parsons and others. L, 293

"The Incline Plane Railroad at Madison, Ind. Its History and Operation." M. VII, 08 (1878). Discussion, J. Becker. VII, 210.

INSPECTION. •'

— and

Maintenance of Railway Structures." A Discussion. John A. Wilson, Willard S. Pope, George H. Pegram, G. W. S. Lincoln, Joseph Bouscaren, M. Wilson, James G. Dagron, J. A. L. Waddell, Edward S. Philbrick, A. Bryson, Robert A. Shailer, W. A. Haven, John M. Goodwin, Albert Lucius, E. P. Dawley, C. A. Marshall, D. J. WhitteTheodore Cooper, 11. Stanley more, Goodwin, A. M. Wellington, Percival Roberts, Jr., C. C. Schneider, C. Frank Bogart, Frederic Graff, Allen, John Robert I. Sloan, J. Foster Flagg, J. J. R. Croes, William Kent, Robert Moore, and William J. McAlpine. XVII, 259 (1887).

..

sion.)



(1903).

See also

CAST IRON;

WROUGHT

IRON.

IRON WORK.



for the Dome of the Proposed "The Government Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. 111." James XXVI, 1 (1892). C. McGuire. Used "Tlje Protection from Corrosion, of



as

Covering

Railroad

for

James G. Dagron. XXVII, 324 (1892).

(With

Tunnels." Discussion.)

IRRIGATION.



and Bridge Work." Samuel Discussion.) (With Wagner. Tobias XVII, 318 (1887). "The Position of the Constructing Engineer, and his Duties in Relation to and the Enforcement of Contracts." Albert J. Himes. LVI, 104 (1906). DisJames Smith Haring, W. D. cussion Lovell, Benjamin Thompson, S. Bent Russell, Willard Beahan, W. A. Aiken, Augustus Smith, and G. S. Bixby, LVI, "Inspectors



"A Complete Method

for the Classification H. I'eters. F. Irrigable Lands." LXXXI. 222 (1917). Discussion: T. Kennard Thomson, and G. N. Houston, of



LXXXI,

243.

Water-Meter for—." A. D. Foota XVI. 134 (18S7). M. Herbert Engineering." "American Wilson. (With Discussion.) XXV, 161

"A



:

(1891).

"Colorado

123.

binger.

River Siphon." George Scho(With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1

(1914).

"Control of the Colorado River as Related to the Protection of Imperial Valley."

INSULATION. Insulating properties of balsa wood for cold storage. LXXXI, 149 et seq. (1917).

INTAKES.

J.



:

IRON. "A Note on

the Resistance of Materials." II, 239 (1873). of the Cost and Description Employed in Mining of Methods of the Region, Lake Superthe Marquette II, 15 Brooks. B. T. ior, Michigan."

(1916).

Robert H. Thurston.

"Economic

"An Analysis

,

Location in Uniform Bishop. (With E.

Lyman

LXXIV, 178 "Hydraulic Phenomena and

(1911).

the Effect

of

Spreading of Flood Water in the San Bernardino Basin, Southern California." (With Discussion.) A. L. Sonderegger.

—„

Strength of Steel and Charles A. Marshall. XVII. 53 (1887). "Corrosion of—." Wm. J. McAlpine. I,

LXXXII,

802 (1918).

"'Hydrometry as an Aid to the Successful System." J. C. SteOperation of an LXXI, 314 (With Discussion.) vens.



(1872).

"Experiments on the Tensile Strength of and Boiler-Plate." C. B. RichBar (With Discussion.) II, 339 (1873). ards. "Note on the Resistance of Materials." Robert H. Thurston. IV, 334 (1875). "Notes on the Crushing Strength of American—." Thomas C. Clarke. (With Dis-



"Irrigation." Edward Bates Dorsey. '(With XVI, 85 (1887). Discussion.) An Informal Discussion, "Irrigation." (ioorge G. Anderson, F. H. Newell, J. P. A. Maigneii, A. L. Fellows, W. W. Follett. Gardner S. Williams, F. C. Finkle, Thomas H. Means, G. N. Houstou,

II, 228 (1873). cussion.) a New Method of Detecting Overstrain and Other Metals, and on its Appliin

"On

Canal

Countries." Discussion.)



23

602

matt. LXXXIII, 200 (1919-20). Discussion J. C. Van Reigersberg Versluys, W. L. Rockwell, J. C. Stevens, and S. T. Harding, LXXXIII, 251. Duty of water in certain districts in California. LXXX, 58, 151, 167, et seq. 198

SIGNALING.

"Compressive

LXXXIII,

"Determination of the Duty of Water by Analytical Experiment." W. C. Ham-

INTERLOCKING.

(1873).

(With Discussion.)

(1919-20).

of power plants from floatProtection of ing ice, etc. LXXXII, 1138 (1918).

See

C. Allison.

LXXXI, 297 (1917). Dams for — purposes.



67

IRRIGATION— (Confmwed)

IRRIGATION— (Conimwed). "

"

"The Redemption

Richard R. Lvman, and Arthur P. Davis, LXII, 1 (1909). in and Hydraulic Motors Used in Prance." Paul L6vy Salvador. (Translated from the French by Paul A. SeuEng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, (Inter. rot.) Part C. Ill (1905). and River Control in the Colorado River (With Discussion.) Delta." H. T. Cory.

of the Great Valley of A. D. Foote. LXVI, 229 Discussion: William W. Harts, H. H. Wadsworth, Erie L. Veuve, Frederick Hall Fowler, George L. Dillman, C. E. Grunskv, A. T. Parsons, and D.

California."





(1910).

C. Henny, LXVI, 246. "The Santa Ana Canal of the Bear Valley Company." William Ham. Hall. XXXIII, 61 (1895). Discussion, XXXIII,



LXXVI,



1204 (1913).

587.

Irrigation. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. Sir Thomas Higham, F.

"The Storage of Flood- Waters for Study of the Supply Available

H. Rundall, C. J. Grant, Michael Elliott, Alfred Chatterton, Almon H. Fuller, H. D. Pearsall, L. J. Le Conte, David M. Salvador, and J. E. de Meyier. LIV, C. 139 (1905). " (With in India." Herbert M. Wilson. Discussion.) XXIII, 217 (1890). " E. de Meyier. (Inter. in Java." J. Eng'. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part C, 33

Part





"

"

JETTIES. Improvement

Islands."



(1905).

"— Studies." Elwood "

185.

M. M. Eng. Cong.

Hawaiian

(Inter. O'Shaughnessy. LIV, Part C, 129 (1905). 1904.) Elwood Mead. in the United States." Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part (Inter.

83

Mead.

(With

XLIV, 149 (1900). cussion.) under British Engineers." Sir



Discussion.)

Bottom

Dis-

Harbor."

L.

Economic

LXXVI,

Harris.

(1890).

on the Bar Harbors at the Entrances to Coos Bay, and Umpqua and Siuslaw Rivers, Oregon." Morton L. Tower. (With Discussion.) LXXI, 349

"Notes

Aspect of Seepage and Systems." E. G. Hop33G (1913). Discussion:



(1911).

"Notes on the Improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi." W. Milnor Roberts.

Le Conte, W. C. Hammatt, and Luther Wagoner, LXXVI, 3G4. Its System of Ontario, California "The Development and Cost." F. E. Trask. LV, 173 (1905). Discussion: Arthur S. Hobby. LV, 180. "The Laramie-Poudre Tunnel." Burgis (With Discussion.) LXXV, 724 G. Coy.

IV, 321 (1875). 275 (187G).



C. K. Grunsky. 1 (1907).

ton Basin."

Ulrich.

Sal-

Marshes." Discussion.)

J.

(1891).

J. C.

96 (1914). of River Deltas

(With Discussion.) XL, 86 (1898). "Principles of Tidal Harbor Improvement as Applied at Wilmington, Cal." Clin-

and Salt Francis Le Baron. (With

LIV, 51

V,

"Origin of the Gulf Stream and Circulation of Waters in the Gulf of Mexico, with Special Reference to the Effect on Jetty Construction." N. B. Sweitzer.

LXXVII,

"The Reclamation

332;

;

(With Dis-

"The Prewitt Reservoir Proposition."

IV,



Sound and Government Improvements on the Pacific Coast." Bolton W. DeCourcy. (With Discussion.) XXV, 420

LIX,

cussion.)

Discussion,

." "Notes on the South Pass Max E. Schmidt. IX, 290 (1880). "On the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Puget

(1912).

"The Lower Colorado River and the

228

Harbors of the Pacific Coast." 155 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII, 372. "Littor£.l Movements of the New Jersey Coast, with Remarks on Beach Protection and Jetty Reaction." Lewis M. Haupt. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 123

in the Pacific North-



;

LXXVI,

(1913).

Stevens. LXXXIII, 2094 J. C. (1919-20). Discussion: Thomas H. Means, and Robert E. Horton, LXXXIII, 2114.

son. L. J.

223

Thomas W. Symons. XXVIII,

932 (1914).

Other Losses in

VI,

of Gray's Harbor, Wash." DeCourcy. (W^ith Discus-

"Jetty

west."

"The

Galveston

to

W. Howell.

— LXXVI, 234 (1913). — for Pacific coast harbors.

James D. Schuyler. (With DisXIX, 201 (1888). cussion.) "The Diversion of Irrigating Water from A.

W.

Bolton

Dam."

s."

C.

sion.) XXXII. 477 (1894). "Improving the Entrance to a Bar Harbor by a Single Jetty." T. W. Symons. (With Discussion.) XXXVI, 109 (1896). XL, 96 (1898) at Aransas Pass, Texas.

of the Oregon SysWater Titles." John H. Lewis. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 637 (1913). "The Construction of the Sweetwater

Water

Charles

"Improvement

Water Laws, with De-

Stream

Henry

Sea."

(1877).

Statement

of

Open

Le Conte, LXXV, 1049. "Improvement of Entrance

27.

LXXVII,

the

in

LXXV, 1040 (1912). Discussion: M. Haupt, Frederic V. Abbot, John Taylor, Morton L. Tower, Howard J. Cole, J. Francis Le Baron, and L. J. L.



Arizona

(1901).

Ripley.

Hanbury



"The Duty

XLVI, 482

Harbors. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part A, 339 (1905). "How to Build a Stone Jetty on a Sand

LIV, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) Part C. 3 (1905). underGovernment National "Should the take the Construction and Operation of Works?" An Informal Discussion. Elwood Mead, T. M. Ripley. F. H. Newell, George H. Maxwell, J. James R. Croes, L. M. Haupt, and Charles G. Darrach. XLIX, 24 (1902). ." Francis Robert John"South African son. LII, 1 (1904). Discussion: Augustine W. Wright, and L. J. Le Conte, LII, "State and National

Its Entrance by the William W. Harts. (With

of

Government."

Brown.

tailed tem of

A

"Description of Coos Bay, Oregon, and the

—(1905). in the C,

:

from

California Streams." A. M. Strong. LXXVII, 67 (1914). Discussion: Charles H. Lee, LXXVII, 91. "The Tieton Canal." E. Hopson. G. LXXI, 158 (1911). Discussion: Horace W. Sheley, and H. F. Dunham, LXXI,

Hanbury Brown, Paul L6vy

Duller, Sir



Southern

(1905).

58

JETTIES— rCow/ir!i;ed),

I.AK'ES—iConfinued). win Duryea, Jr., and H. L. Haehl. (With

ton B. Sears. V. 388 (187C). Discussion, VI. ISO (1877). "Seacoast Harbors in the United States." Cassius E. Gillette. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 297 (1905).

LXXX,

Discussion.)

Freight rates,

etc.,

1829

on Great

—(1916). XLV, .

208

(1901).

Improvement

XLV,

Great—.

224 (1901). Transportation." F. A. Mahan. 97 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 457 of

"Some

"Inland

XXVI, 518 (1892). "The Delaware, Sandy Bay and San Pedro

"Reservoir System of the Great of the St. Lawrence Basin Its Relation to the Problem of Improving the Navigation of These Bodies of Water and of Their Connecting Channels." Hiram M. Chit-

Notes on the Holland Dikes." William Starling. XXVI, 559 (1892). "The Brazos River Harbor Improvement." George Y. Wisner. XXV, 519 (1891). Discussion,

XXV,

XXIX, (1893).

537;

Breakwaters." C. H. McKinstry. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 325

(With

tenden.

(1905).

"The Delta of the Mississippi, Considered"

Improvement

of

XL,

Discussion.)

355

(1898).

in Relation to an 'Open River Mouth.' .Tohn O. Barnard. IV, 104 (IS?.")). Discussion, IV, 290, 297.

"The



:

"Temperature of Water at Various Depths in and Oceans." Hamilton Smith. (With Discussion.) XIII, 73 (1884). The Development of the Commerce of the ." Great Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Ashcville, N. C.



Harbors

on the the United

South Atlantic Coast of States." William Murray Black. XXIX, 223 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 498 (1893). "The Improvement of the Channels at the Entrance to the Harbor of New York." .Toseph Edwards. XXV, 573 (1891). "The Preservation of Sand.v Beaches in the Vicinity of New York Citv." Elliott .T. Dent. (With Discussion.)' LXXX, 1786 (1916).

Profile for Resisting Wave (Abstract.) Robert Fletcher. 514 (1896). "The Reaction Breakwater as Applied to the Improvement of Ocean Bars." Lewis M. Haupt. XLII. 485 (1899). Discussion. XLII. 501; XLIII, 93 (1900). "The South Pass Descriptive and Incidental Notes and Memoranda." E. L. Corthell. VII, 131 (1878). Discussion, VII, 159.

"The Proper



.Tune

9th,

Alfred

1903.

Noble.

L,

327

(1903).

Low

"The

Stage

of Lakes E. Grunsky.

Huron and

H.

Chittenden,

Michigan." C. (1909). Discussion:

LXIII,

48.

LXIII,

M.

31



"The Temperature of ." Desmond FitzGerald. (With Discussion.) XXXIV, 67 (189.5).

Action."

XXXVI,



LAND. (1917).

"The



XXXI,

Expansion

— in

LXXXI, LXXXI, 1311

55

.Terrard. 582 (1917). (1917).

Flats at Hains.

C.

Discussion,

(1894).

XXXI,

489.

"The Compressibility the AVeight of Smith. (AVith 213 (1897).

TECTION.

Marsh under Earth Fill." Eugene R. Discussion.) XXXVII, of Salt

"The Dangers Threatening the Navigation of the Mississippi River and the Re-

JOINTS. 1120

222

P.

(1877).

lics." E. L. Corthell. XIII, 313 (18S4). Discussion, XV, 223 (1886). See also BREAKWATERS: SHORE PRO-

LXXXI.

LXXXI,

L.

"Reclamation of the Potomac Washington, D. C." Peter

Teachings in River and Harbor Hydrau-

Expansion and

."

"Levees, as a System for Reclaiming Lowlands." George W. R. Bavley. V, 115 (1876). Discussion, V, 299; VI, 305

Ten Years' Practical

.



1-AND RECLAMATION.

.

with a Description of the Concrete Blocks and Other Constructions of the Last Year." Max E. Schmidt. VIII, 189

"The South Pass

of

(AVith Discussion.)

"The South Pass Notes on the Consolidation and Durability of the Works,

(1879).

Valuation

Valuation of—.

.



of irrigable—.

Classification

contraction

— in

clamation of its Alluvial Lands." Harrod. VII. 243 (1878).

concrete.

dams.

LXXXI,

B. M.

"The Improvement of the South Boston Flats by the Harbor Commissioners of

(1917).

1060

State of Massachusetts." Edward Philbrick. VII, 17 (1S78). Reclamation of River Deltas and Salt Marshes." J. Francis Le Baron. LIV, 51 (1905). Discussion: E. L. Corthell, L. J. Le Conte, and Richard Lamb, the

(1917).

S.

"The

JOISTS. See

BEAMS.

JOURNAL, FRICTION.

LIA', S3.

"Experiments on the Resistances of Rolling Stock." A. M. Wellington. VIII, 21 (1879).

"Experiments with

Low

at

New Apparatus

Velocities."

(With Discussion.)



as Connected." 367 (1872).

Southern Charles

Martin

See also

— Ques-

Louisiana and Florida." Okev. (AA'ith Discussion.)

396

(19i8).

DRAINAGE.

L.VND-SLIDES. "A Phenomenal Land

Coryell.

Ore.)

LAKES.

D.

Discussion

of the Depth of Annual Evaporafrom Lake Conchos, Mexico." Ed-

"A Study tion

AV.

LXXXII,

"The Anthracite Coal Trade and I,

St. ,Iohn Levee and Drainage District of Missouri." R. M. Stfohl. (AVith Discussion.) LXXIX. 493 (1915). "The Subsidence of Muck and Peat Soils in

A. M. Wellington. XIII, 409 (1884).

LABOR. tion,

on

"The

L.

:

Slide."

Clarke.

George

L.

LIII,

(at Portland, 322 (1904).

Dillman, Arthur

Adams, and James D. Schuyler,

398.

69

D.

LIII,

LEVEES— (Con«m
-LAT^V-STuI'D'Efi— (Continued)

"A Phenomenal Land Slide D. D. Clarke. LXXXII, cussion

George L.

:

— Supplement."

"The

Levee Theory of the Mississippi An Informal Discussion. B. M. Harrod, L. W. Brown, J. A. Ockerson, L. M. Haupt, B. F. Thomas, Henry P.. Richardson, and T. G. Dabney. LI, River."

767 (1918). Dis-

LXXXII,

Dillman,

797.

Cause of—. LIII, 307 (1904). "Notes on a Mountain Slide." W. G. CurXXIV, 550 tis. (With Discussion.) (1891).

331 (1903). of the Mississippi River." Caleb G. Porshey. Ill, 267, 289 (1874). Discussion, IV, 85 (1875). "The Lower Colorado River and the Salton Basin." C. E. Grunsky. (With Discussion.) LIX, 1 (1907). "The Overflow of the Mississippi River." Lvman Bridges. (With Discussion.) XI, 251 (1882). "The St. John Levee and Drainage District of Missouri." R. M. Strohl. LXXIX, 403 Discussion: Vernon M. (1915). Eager, and J. S. Spiker, LXXIX, 519.

"The



and Slips on the Kana"Remedies for wha and Michigan Railway." R. P. LXXI, 1 Black. (With Discussion.) (1911).

"Report on Cause and Correction of Foundation Troubles of Box Factory at Natchez,

(With

Mississippi." Discussion.)

E.

C.

Smith.

LXXXIII,

1289

(1919-20).

LAW. "Engineers in Courts of Alpine.

220

I,



."

Wm.

Valuation."

J.

See also

Mc-

(1872).

"Fundamental Principles of Public

W.

.Tr-hn

Alvorrt.

(With

"Experiments on the Stability of Bench Marks." George W. Cooley. (With Dis-

XX, 73 (1S89). Instruments." D. Scott. LXXVI, 1172 (1913). "Spirit of the United States Geological (With Survey." Herbert M. Wilson. Discussion.) XXXIX, 339 (1898). "The Theory and Practice of Precise Spirit ." David A. Molitor. (With Discuscussion.)

"Recent Improvements in





LEVELS.

(1901).

the

Lower

Missis(With Dis-

sippi." H. St. L. CoppSe. XXXV, 141 (1896). cussion.) "Control of the Colorado River as Related to the Protection of Imperial (With DiscusValley." J. C. Allison.

297

LIBRARY SEARCHES.

(1917).

"Classified

Librarv." 1916."

"Standard, Copp6e.

Trusses." 73 (1913). "Movable Bridges." C. C. Schneider. (With LX, 258 (1908). Discussion.) "Specifications for Metal Railroad Bridges Movable in a Vertical Plane." B. R. LXXVI. 370 (1913). Discussion. LefiBer. Augustus Smith, Charles H. Mercer, and P. J. Reich, LXXVI, 403. "The Halsted Street Lift Bridge." J. A. L. Waddell. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 1

191 (1898).

Its PePhysical Characteristics." J. A. LVIII, 1 Discussion.) (With Ockerson.

culiar

(1907).

Sidney F.

(1887).

(1895). Iltica

"The Improvement of Channels in Sedimentary Rivers." George H. Henshaw. XX, 109 (1889). Discussion, XX, 116,

"The

Whipple. III, 194;

229.

"The

Improvement

River." (1889).

William Discussion,

XXXIII.

37 (1895).

"Maximum Stresses in Bascule W. Watters Pagon. LXXVI,

River. VII. 243 (1878). L. Sections." H. St. XXXIX, Discussion.)

XVII, 199

(1916).

LXXXII, 44 (1918). Harlem River End-Lift Bridge.

"The Atchafalaya River: Some of

Lewis.

2086

Bascule span of the Cherry Street Bridge, Toledo, Ohio. LXXX, 744, 780 (1916). across Bridges the Cape Cod Canal.

Levee (With

"The Davis (Crevasse) Levee."

of Searches Made in the January, 1901, to November,

List

"LXXX,

LIFT BRIDGES.

,

(1877). — on Mississippi



LIBRARY CLASSIFICATIONS. See ENGINEERING LIBRARIES.

"Irrigation and River Control in the Colorado River Delta." H. T. Cory. (With LXXVI, 1204 (1913). Discussion.) "Levee Theory Tested bv Facts." Robert E. McMath. XIII, 331 (1884). Discussion, XIV. 219 (1885). as a method of flood control. LXXXI, 1226 (1917). " as a System for Reclaiming Lowlands." George W. R. Bayley. V, 115 305 VI, Discussion, V, 299; (1876).

— —

(1901).

." Howard V. Hinck"Errors in Railroad ley. (With Discussion.) XV, 893 (1886).

LEVEES.

LXXXI,

1

ican Section of the International Boundary Commission United States and Mexico." W. W. Follett. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 989 (1914). See also SURVEYING.

"Short and Easy Methods for Computing A. Fuertes. Errors." E. Probable

sion.)

XLV,

sion.)

"Topographical Surveys Made by the Amer-

LAWS. LEAST SQUARES.

"Bank Revetment on



Dunbar

and Field Procedure." N. B. Sweitzer. (With Discussion.) LXXV, 393 (1912). "The Position of the Constructing Engineer, and his Duties in Relation to Inspection and the Enforcement of Con(With Distracts." Albert J. Himes. LVI, 104 (1906). cussion.) alw BUILDING LAWS: WATEK See

251

DIKES.

LEVELING.

Utility

LXXIX, 117 (1915). — Discussion.) of special assessments. XXXVIII, 373 (1897). "Retracement-Resurveys — Court Decisions

XLVI,



Squire Lift Draw-Bridge." Ill, 190 (1874). Discussion, IV, 203 (1875).

Mississippi of the XX, 85 Starling.

LIGHTHOUSES.

XX,

"Coast Lighting in Great Britain."

229.

60

Tho-

LIGHTHOUSES— (Corif(jJMed).

LOCOMOTIVES— (Co«fi»??
mas Matthews.

(Inter. Eug. Consr. 1904.) LIV, Part B, 25 (1905). "Coast liightin^ in the I'uited States." D. W. Lock wood. (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part B, 4.3 (1905). 1904.)

"Lighthou.>se Coiislrii<-tion in pines." Spencer Cosbv.

the

,

Discussion: Davis, LVIII, 291.

IMiilip-

LVIH,

Charles

(1907).

E.

IJTS

L.

B.

"Lighthouse Engineering as Displayed at the Centennial Exhibition." J. G. Barnard.

VIII,

— and

.55

"Renewal of the Foundation, and Transfer of a Light-House in Pascagoula Har(With Discusbor." J. W. Putnam. X, 14

(1881).

of the

Coasts of France." (Translated from the Eng. Cong. 1904.) (Inter.

Ribiere.

C.

French.)

LIV, Part B, 3

(1905).

I.IGHT-SHIPS.

LIGHTHOUSES.

See

LIME.



"The Mexican Method of Making Hard Floors." Theo. G. Ellis. (With Discussion.)

179 (1873).

II,

LIMXORIA: "Marine Wood

Borers."

(With Discussion.)

Charles H. Snow.

XL, 178

(1898).

with

in Mitering Special Reference to the Gates

on the Panama Canal." Henry Goldmark. LXXXI, 1621 (1917). The distribution of stresses in mitering with special reference to the gates



,

of

Panama

the

Canal.

David A. Molitor.

Discussion

LXXXII,

by

1469 (1918).

"Improvement of the Black Warrior, WarRivers, in Alarior and Tombigbpp bama." R. C. McCalla. (With Discus-

XLIX. 212 — sion.) not required for Cape T-XXXII. 144 (1918). "Ship Canal — Calculated for (1902).

Cod

Canal.

11.

Operation by

Ashbel Welch.

IX. 293 (1880). Steam." "The Economic Improvement of the Coosa and Alabama Rivers, in Georgia and Alabama." D M. Andrews. (With Discussion.)

L. .363 (19a3).

"The Improvement of the Ohio River." WilSibert. (With Discussion.) liam L. (1900).

.3.S8

"Water Supply for the Lock Canal at Sorzano. (With F. .Tulio Panama." Discussion.) LXVII, 61 (1910). "American



."

Cong.

William Forsyth. LIV, Part 1904.)

description

of

545

Railroad

New

Terminal,

D,

some

of

the

York.

LXIX.

358, 421. 422, 426, 432 (1910).

"Locomotive Performance on Grades of Various Lengths." Beverly S. Randolph.

LXX,

321

Purdon,

LXX,

Discussion: C. C. Trautwine,

(1910).

and

John

1).

.Jr

329.

— and

other Rolling Stock. Discussion on Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. W. F. Goss, G. R. Henderson, A. Mallet, O. Busse, Karl P. Dahlstrom, and Henry S. Haines. LIV, Part D, 347 (1905). "for Abt System of inclined railways. XV, 162 (1886). used in measuring stresses in railroad track. LXXXII, 1242 (1918). Steam and gas used on the light railways of the battle front in France. LXXXIII, 1235 (1919-20). Tests to determine the effect of speed and counterbalance on stresses in rail. LXXXIII, 1414 (1919-20). Inter.

M.

— —



Balanced Compound Locomotive." M. Vauclain. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 329 (1905). "The Construction of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa F6 Railroad over the Raton Mountains, and the Performance of Locomotives on its Steep Grades." .Tames D. Burr. (With Discussion.)

"The S.

(1879).

XXIII, 44 See also

G.

H.

Thomson.

(1890).

ROLLING STOCK.

LOGGING.



"Steam and Electric Cableways for and Canal-Boat Towing." Richard Lamb. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 44 (1894).



"On the Real Value of and on the Correct Method of Comparing Prices." Robert

H. Thurston.

XIII, 476 (1884).

aiAGNETISM.

— in

"Terrestrial A. Schott.

XXX,

sion,

MAPS. "New Method Signs J.

"The

A.

North America."

XXX,

108

(1893).

Charles Discus-

0.53.

of

Making

Convention.il

on Original Topographical Ockerson. XIV, 399 (1885).

Topographic

States." Herbert 405 (1895).

Map M.

of

the

Wilson.



."

T'nited

XXXIII,

MARINE BOILERS. BOILERS.

MARINE ENGINEERING.

(Inter.

259

(1905).

Brief

385 (1893). locomotives. XXVI,

American

Electric locomotives in use at Pennsylvania

Sep

LOCOMOTIVES. Eng.

XXIX,

L. Barnes.

Early

LUBRICANTS.

LOCKS.

LXIII,

and Advantages of American Locomotive Practice." David

"The DeWitt Clinton."

"The Distribution of Stresses ,

X.XIII, 193 (1890). "Distinctive Features

VIII, 295

LOCK-GATES.



94

1892).



"The Lighting

LXXIV,

locomotives.

(1911).

(1879).

other Aids to Kavigation. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. D. and C. Stevenson, Nicholas G. Gedye, Charles C. Wentworth, D. P. Heap, Alan Brebner, C. Ribiere, Thomas Matthews, and D. W. Lockwood. LIV, Part B, 63 (1905). of Prance. XXIX, 59 (1S93). "Minot's Ledge Lighthouse." B. S. Alexander. VIII, S3 (1879).

sion.)

American

"Comparative Tests of an Electric Motor and a Steam Locomotive on the Manhattan (Elevated) Railway, New York." Lincoln Moss. (With Discussion.)

first

61

"Marine

W. F. Durand. Engineering." Cong. 19(H.) LIV, Part C.

(Inter. Eng. 183 (1905),

MARINE ENGINEERING

MASOysny— (Continued)

(Continued).

Marine Engineering. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. W. Carlile Wailnce. H. Wiiito, aTid S!r William Leslie S. Robertson. LIV, Part C, 201 "

Piers." Alfred P. Boiler. XI, 150 (1882). "Relative Permanence of Steel and Construction." An Informal Discussion. Charles G. Darrach, Eugene W. Stern, George F. Swain, Charles C. Wentworth, Oberlin Smith, William R. Webster, James Owen, E. T. D. Myers, Jr., W. Hildenbrand, H. S. Haines, A. L. Johnson, F. Lynwood Garrison, and XLIX, 74 (1902). J. F. O'Rourke. 291 Chanute. X, "Repairs of—." O.



(1905).

— in

Daymard and R I^elong. from the French by Paul

F'rance. V.

(Translated

(Inter. Eng. C, 243 (1905).

Cong.

Seurot.)

A.

LIV. Part

MARSH. "The Compressibility Weight of Earth (With

Smith.

of

Salt

1904.)

— under Eugene

Fill."

(1881).

the R.

XXXVII,

Discussion.)

213 (1897).

"The Reclamation Marshes."

J.

Discussion.)

of River Deltas and Salt Francis Le Baron. (With LIV, 51 (1905).

424 (1903). William "Stability of Stone Structures." H. Searles. VIII, 238 (1879). Discussion. VIII, 251. "The Analytical Determination of the Dimensions of the Gravity Resisting Parts Dams." Maurice G. Parsons. LXXV, of 877 (1912). "The Cause and Prevention of the Decay of Building Stone" Thom:is Kgleston. (With Discussion.) XV, 0^7 (18S0). "The Construction of a AVatf-r-Tight Dam." Walter McCiilloh. XXVIII, 185 Discussion, XXVIII, 348. (1893). 'The Effect of Temperature Changes on ." Charles S. Gowen. LXI. 309 (1908). Discussion: George G. Honness, Tliad-

MASONRY.

"A — Dam."

W.

.Tohn

XVI, 201

cussion.) L.

Dillman.

94

(1902).

Action

of

of

— Dam."



Dis-

George

XLIX

(With Discussion.) water on

sea

LXXXI,

piers.

(With

Hill. (1887).

"A Proposed New Type



bridge

concrete

677 (1917).

"Bridge Substructure and Foundations in Nova Scotia." Martin Murphy. XXIX. Discussion.

620 (1893).

XXX,



507 (1893 1.

"Compressive Strength of Cements and the Compression of Mortars and Settlement ." of Report of Progress of the Committee. XV, 717 (1886) XVII, 213 XVIII, 204 (1888). (1887) "Construction of Substructure for Lone-



Merriman, and William Lowe deus Brown, LXI, 410. "The Relative Effects of Frost and the Sulphate of Soda Efflorescence Tests on Building Stones." Lea McI. Luquer. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 235 (1895). "The Removal of a Defective Pivot Pier, and its Reconstruction." Howard G.

;

;

some Valley Viaduct, Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railroad." Gustave

R.

XXXIV,

Tuska. 247

(With

Discussion.)

(1895).

way

Bridge

Morton

XXXI,

over

the

Scioto River." Discussion.)

(With

Byers. L. 301 (1894).



Arch." A. B. Lindau. LXI, 387 (1908). Arches." Ar"The Stability of Loaded thur S. C. Wurtele. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 1 (1890). Arches; Long Spans Es"Three-Hinged pecially Considered." David A. Molitor. XL. 31 (1898). Discussion.) (With "Vibration, or the Effect of Passing Trains and other Strucon Iron Bridges, tures." James L. Randolph. (With Dis-

"The Semicircular







"Failure of a Pier and a Rock Foundation." Wm. Barclay Parsons. (With Discussion.) XXXI, 580 (1894). "Memoir of the Construction of a - Dam." J. James R. Croes. Ill, 337 (1874). Discussion, IV, 310 (1875). "Method Pursued in Replacing i Stone Pier on a Pile Foundation." J. Albert Monroe. Ill, 58 (1874). Discussion, IV, 205 (1875). "Nomenclature of Building Stones and of ." Report of the Committee. Stone VI. 297 Discussion, VII, 284 (1877).



cussion.)



XII, 444

(1883).

MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION. "Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, HerStructural Materials, and Fuels." (With Discussion.) bert M. Wilson.

LXX, 190 (1910). "On the Strength, Elasticity, Ductility and



Resilience of Materials of Machine Construction, and on Various Hitherto Unobserved Phenomena, Noticed during Experimental Researches with a New Testing Machine, Fitted with an Autographic Registry." R. H. Thurston. II,



Dams." John D. Van "Notes on High Buren. (With Discussion.) XXXIV, 493 (1895).

277 (1894).

"The Renewal of the Channel Pier of the Cincinnati and Muskingum Valley Rail-

Robert G. Hatfield. II, 145 (1873). "Experiments for Making Brick-— Impervious to Water, Tried on the Walls of the Back Bays of the Gate-Houses of the New Croton Reservoir in New York, and on the Brick Arch of High Bridge, in 1863." William L. Dearborn. I, 203

(1878).

XXXI,

Kelley.

"Description of the 'Plenum Pneumatic Process' as Applied in Founding the Piers of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge, at St. Louis, Mo." W. Milnor Roberts. I. 259 (1872). "Experimental Tests of Building Stones."

(1872).



." George R. of Stone for Eichbaum. II, 107 (1873). "Some Railway Construction in Oklahoma." A. G. Allan. (With Discussion.) LI,

"Selection



"Notes on the of the East River Bridge." Francis Collingwood. VI, 7 (1877). "On the Designing and Erection of the Oaklev Arch." J. Foster Crowell. (With Discussion.) XXllI, 155 (1890).

(Section I) (1873) III. 1. (Section II) (1874). Discussion, IV, 205 (1875); V, 102 (1870). "The Preservation of ." An Informal William Barclay Parsons, Discussion. James Forgie, William R. Webster, Rudolph P. Miller, George Hill, Oscar Low.349

;



"On the Mode

of Underpinning Adopted for the Croton Lake Bridge, N. Y. C. & N. R. R., during the Repairs to the

— 62

MEMOIRS— (Continued).

MATEBIALS OF CONSTRrCTION—( Co«.) inson, Henry B. Seaman, George A. Just, A. Gideon, Frankllu Riffle, Edward 1'. North. Horace J. Howe, Theodore Belz-

William W. Crehore. and W. W. Kenly. L, 293 (1903). "The Strength and Other Propertifs of as Deduced from Strain Diaj^rams Automatically Produced by the Autographic Recording Testing Machine." Robert H. Thurston. V, 9 (1876). See also RRICK: BUILDING STONE:

1843

LXXXIII,

William

Howland.

2252

(1913).

Atwood, John Abiel.

LXXXIII,

Alexander



Baeot.

522

Henry

Furlong.

for Formulas of R. C. Strachan. (With LXXVIII, 1359 (1915).

Belknap,

MEASURES.

William

Richardson.

LXXIX,

.

."

Discussion. Clemens Herschel, Joseph B. Davis, Coleman Sellers, Julius E. Hilgard, Theodore G. Ellis and Robert Briggs. V, 355 (187C).

(With

Fred Brooks.

621

1494 (1915). Bell, Alonzo Clarence. LXXXIII, 2149 (1919-20). Bell, Andrew. LXXVI, 2203 (1913) Bell, George Joseph. LXXIV, 495 (1911). Bell, Henry Purdon. LXXIV, 490 (1911). Bell, Victor Hugo. LXXXIII, 2415 (19191920). Beresford, Frank. XXXVI, 594 (1896). Bergen, Van Brunt. LXXXII. lOTi: (1918). Berger, Bernt. LXXXIII, 2355 (1919-20). Berrian, Richard Milford. LXII, 550 (1909). Biddle, William Foster. LXXI, 401 (1911).

Frankfort Arsenal experimental measuring machine. XIII, 1 (1884). "Fundamental Units of Measure." T. C. Mendenhall. XXX, 120 (1893). "Metrological Investigations." O. B. Mi-



LXVII,

LXVI,

510 (1910). Barnes, David Leonard. XLI, 618 (1899). Barnes, James. XXXVI, 540 (1890). Barriger, ,Iohn Walker. Jr. LVI, 477 (liMM!). Becker, Max Joseph. XXXVII, 555 (1897).

Various Types."

Weights and

1671

(1919-20).

"Nomographic Solutions

XIII, 1 (1884).

LXXXII,

Sinclair.

Bailey, George Irving. LXI, 556 (1908). Baily. Thomas Chalkley James, Jr. LXXVI, 2201 (1913). Baker, Holland Williams. LXXXIII, 2147

Christensen,

A.

William

(1918).

,

MATHEMATICS.

"Weights and—."

XXXVI,

Dallas.

(1910). Ball, Ernest Stearns.

of

2145 (1919-

1920).

Baldwin,

A

XXXVI,

598 (1896).

Atkinson, John Bond. LXXIV, 492 (1911). Atterbury, Charles De La Plane. LXXVI,

:

"On the Metric System

2144 (1919-

1920).

758.

Discussion.)

LXXVII,

Aspinwall,

and Brief Review of Trigonometrical a Contemplation of the Specifications for Trigonometrical Tables for General Use." Virgil A. Eberly. LXXXII, 753 (1918). Discussion William G. Raymond, Horace

"A

chaelis.

Elmer.

(1896).

MATHEMATICAL TABLES.

Discussion.)

1679

Howard

(1914).

Bache,

George

2199

LXXXI,

Aspinwall, Thomas.

CAST IRON: CEMENT: CONCRETE: IRON: METALS: MORTARS: REINFORCED CONCRETE: STEEL,: TIMBER: WROUGHT IRON.

and

LXXVI,

Harry.

(1917).

Arthur,



Andrews,

Suther.

(1913).

Arnold,

ner,

LXXXII,

Peter

William

Archibald,

Edward Manning.

Bigelow,

XI, 408 (1882).

LXXXI,

1681

(1917).

Birch-Nord, Carl William. LXVI, 509 (1910). Bishop, Thomas Sparks. XLI, 621 (1899).

MEMOIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS. Abbott, Job. XXXVI, 538 (189G). Abert, Sylvanus Thayer. LIX, 521 (1907). Adams. Arthur Lincoln. LXXVll, 1S31

Blackwell, Charles. Blaisdell,

(1914).

LXV,

Adgate, George.

James

Africa,

514 (1909).

Murray.

LXXXIII,

LXXXI,

1792

(1917).

Ainsworth,

Danforth Hurlbut.

LIV,

522

LXXXI, 1674 (1917). Alden, John Ferris. Aldrich, James Colwell, XLV, 617 (1901). LXXXIII, Edward Porter. Alexander,

Bowman,

Charles.

LXXXIII,

Andrews, Daniel Marshall. Harold.

LXXXII. LXXXIII,

2255 (1916). 2150

LXXXIII,

Lord.

McClintock,

Jr.

LXXXI, LXIV,

1684

591

(19U9).

1669

Hammond.

L.XXXI, 1796

(1917).

Brackett, Dexter. LXXX, 2109 (1916). Brainard, Owen. LXXXIII, 2154 (1919-20). Breckinridge, Cabell. LXV, 529 (1909). Briggs, Robert. XXXVI, 542 (ISliC). Bright, Charles Edwin. LXXXIII, 2358

2353

(1919-20).

Anson, William Frederick Alfred.

Oliu

Boynton, Robert

(1918).

LXXXI,

(1917).

Appleton, Thomas. LXXXI, 1676 (1917). Arango, Ricardo Manuel. LXXVII. 1841

(1919-20).

Brinckerhoff,

(1914).

Archbald, James. Archer, William.

2357

(1917).

Boyle,

(1916).

1794

Austin

LXXX,

Bowman, Daniel Wheeler.

2141

(1919-20).

Edgar

LXXXIII,

Blair.

(1919-20).

Allen, William Albert. XXXVI, 539 (1896). LXXX, 2244 Allen, William Frederick.

Annear,

William

(1919-20).

Bowen, Walter Cox.

(1919-20).

Hermon

LVI, 464

XXXVI, 541 (1896). XXXVI, 542 (1896).

Isaac.

533 (1907).

Bovyer,

(1905).

2414 Allen,

(1907).

Blunden, Henry D. Bogart, James Peter. LIl, 545 (1904). Bond, Frederick Winn. LI, 452 (1903). Bonzano, Adolphus. LXXVII, 1845 (1914). Bouscaren, Louis Gustave Frederic. LIX,

2139

(1919-20).

Agnew, Augustus Waterous.

LIX, 531

Anthony Houghtaling.

(1906). Bliss, Henry

Henry

Waller.

LXVI,

494

(1910).

LXXII, 586 (1911). LXXXIII, 2143 (1919-20).

Brink, 1915).

63

Lawrence

Calvin.

LXXIX,

1466

RIEMOIRS— (Con/i«Med).

WEMOIRS— (Continued).

Brinsmade, Daniel Seymour.

LXXVI,

Coleman, Clarence.

2205

(10131.

Comfort, Conkling,

Brown, Linus Weed. LXX, 470 (1910). Brown, Ralph Henry. LXXXIII, 2159

Brown, Stephen Pearson.

LXXXIII,

Lyon.

LXXXIII,

2161

(1913).

GTeorge

LXXIII,

Bowers.

Edward Arnold.

Correa,

Elmer

Corthell,

Joseph

Cotton,

498

LIX,

Johnstone.

LXXXI,

1G89

Dawson,

(1917).

LXIV,

1682

LXXX,

2249

LXXXIII,

2181

Lenox.

(1916).

II

Crehore, William Williams.

581

Clarence

LXXI,

403

LXXIX,

1470

Allan.

Croes,

(1915).

Carpenter,

LXXXIII, 2167

Rolla Clinton.

(1919-20).

LXXVI,

Cass. George 599 (1896).

XLVI,

Washington,

Chambers, Herbert James.

2207

Cuntz,

Edmund.

LXXVII,

LXXXII,

Titus.

LXXXIII,

1849

2170

(1919-20

LXXIX,

1474

».

Decker, John Hull.

LXXXIII,

2365 (1919-

1920).

Dedicke,

Ernest

Charles.

LXXXIII, 2418

(1919-20).

de Funiak. Frederick. de la Torre, Alberto.

LIV, 524

(1905).

LXXVII, 1913 (1914). Denham, Donald Power. LXXXIII, 2420

2175

(1919-20).

(1916).

Derrick, Henry Clay. LXXX, 2133 (1916). Dickinson, Pomerov P. XLIII, 611 (1900). XXXVI, 603 (1896). Dillon, Sidney. Diven, Alexander Samuel. XXXVII, 571 (1897).

Doane, Thomas. XXXIX, 690 (1898). Douglas, Benjamin. LXXV, 1151 (1912).

(1918).

LXXX,

Corner.

1920).

Clarke, LVIII, 532 (1907). Cohen, Mendes. LXXXI, 1656 (1917). Colt, Edward Woolsey. LXXX, 2260 (1916). Colburn, Zerah. XXXVI, 546 (1896). Colby, Elmer Ellsworth. LXXXII, 1680

William Weeden.

William

Davis, Philip Chapin. LXXVII, 1912 (1914). Dawley, Edwin Peleg. LXXI, 413 (1911). Dean, Stanley. LXXXIII, 2362 (1919-20). Deans, John Sterling. LXXXIII, 2187

(1919-20).

2118

1825

(1915).

(1912).

LXXX,

LXXXI,

Davis, Charles. LXXI, 411 (1911). Davis, Frank Leslie. LXXIII, 500 (1911). Davis, John Woodbridge, XLIX, 370 (1902). Davis, Joseph Baker. LXXXIII, 2183 (1919-

Clark, Ludlow Victor. LXXX. 2254 (1916). Clarke, Thomas Curtis. L, 495 (1903). Clayton, Henry Helm. LXXVII, 1924 (1914). Cleverdon, Henry Lawrence. L, 507 (1903). Cobb, Robert Linah. XXXVI, 545 (1896). Coburn, Howard Lincoln. LXXXIII, 2173 (1919-20). Coffin, Amory. Coffin, Freeman

Cooper.

(1918).

Davies,

1675

Clapp, Otis Francis. LXXXII, 1679 (1918). Clapp, William Billings. LXXV, 1148

LXXXIII,

William

(1919-20).

(1919-20).

Watson.

1695

(1905). (1904).

Danforth, Frederic. LXXVII, 1853 (1914). Davenport, James Aubrey. LXXXII, 1685

Church, George Earl. LXXI. 405 (1911). Cisneros, Francisco Javier. XLI, 622 (1899). Clapp, Lorenzo Russell. XLIX, 341 (1902).

William

1691

XLV, 624 (1901). XLIX, 343 (1902). Cutshaw, Wilfred Emory. LXXI, 408 (1911). Dakin, Robert Edward. LXXXIII. 2360

1918).

Charles

LXXXI,

Curtis, William Giddings, Cushing( Samuel Barrett.

(1914).

Hiram Martin.

2254

LXXXI,

(1917).

1674

Chanute, Octave. LXXIV, 483 (1911). Chapin, Loomis Eaton. LXXX, 2116 (1916). Chase, Dean. LXXXIII, 2416 (1919-20). Chase, William Beverly. LXIII, 429 (1909). Cheney, John Eugene. LIX, 537 (1907).

James

LXXVI,

Garfield.

(1917).

(1918).

Chittenden,

LXXX,

Cunningham, John Miller. LIV, 537 Cunningham, Paul Davis, LII, 556

XXXVI,

LXXXII,

Crowell, Foster. Crysler, Arthur

(1917).

555 (1901). Jr.

LVIII, 524

(1910). 2129 (1916).

Cunningham, David West.

(1913).

Cary, Edgar Sheldon.

LXVII, 625

Cunningham, Andrew Chase.

(1897).

Ellsworth.

Crosby, Wilson. (1913).

Carr, Walter Prank. LXXX, 2114 (1916). Carrel, Frederick Janvrin. XXXVII, 559

Alfred

John James Robertson.

(1907).

.

Carpenter, James Wilhelm.

Church,

George

1919-20).

Carpenter,

Childs,

(1896). (1909).

Leei

(1918).

Crawford,

(1909).

(1911)

Charles

Crandall,

(1904).

Daniel

XXXVI, 552 LXV, 517 LXXXII,

William Price.

Craighill,

Campbell, Charles Edward Henry. LII, 547

Edward.

1851

(1916).

563

(1907).

Carothers,

LXXVII,

Potter.

(1914).

Couchot, George John. LXXVII, 1911 (1914). Covode, James Henry. LXXII, 589 (1911). Cowan, Herbert Wheeler. LXXX, 2124 Coxe, Eckley Brinton.

Albert

XLV, 621 (1901). LXXXI, 1658

Lawrence.

(1917).

(1911).

Canfield,

452 2122

Cooper,

(1917).

Campbell,

LXXX,

Clifford.

Coombs, Philip Henry. LXXVI, 2210 (1913). Samuel Lispenard. LXXVI, 2212

2163

Brynn, Per. LVII, 528 (1906). Bryson, Andrew. LXXXIII, 2105 (1919-20). Buck, Leffert Lefferts. LXXIII, 493 (1911). Burns, Edward Cook. LXXIX, 1345 (1915). Burns, Justin. LVII, 529 (1906). Burton, Standish Barrv, LV, 444 (1905). Buxton, Clifford. LXVII, 623 (1910). Caldwell, Charles Adolphus. LXXXI, 1087 Caldwell,

Cloud

(1915).

William

(1919-20).

Cole,

(1919-

(1916).

(1919-20).

Coe,

2177

LXXI,

Gildersleeve.

Connor, Addison. XXXVI, 551 (1896). Cook, Horace Arthur. LXXIX, 1471 (1915). t'ooke. Saint George Henry. LXXIX, 1472

(1919-20).

Browne,

Silas

(1911).

1920).

Carter,

LXXXIII,

1920).

Brodhead, Calvin Easton. LX, 579 (1908). Brooks, Frederick. LXXXIII, 2157 (1919-

2120 (1916). 64

MEMOIRS— (Cow/iMneri).

yfEMOms— (Continued) Drurv,

LXXXI,

Haz(Mi.

Pltlinund

1097

(1917).

James

Duane.

XXXIX,

Chatham.

680

1898).

Du

Augustus

Bois,

LXKXI,

1699

LXXXIII,

2367

Jay.

(1917).

Dubois,

Gustavo Adolfo.

(1919-20).

Dudley, Charles Tarbell. LXIV, 588 (1909). Dun, James. LXI, 560 (1908). Durant, Thomas C. XXXVI, 602 (1896). Dusenberry, Walter Lorton. L,XV, 533 562

(1908).

XXXVI,

554

(1896).

Eber, John William. LXXX. 2135 (1916). Eberly, Clarenfe Frederick. LXXXIII, 2369 (1919-20*

William

Ellsworth,

LXXIX,

Roberts.

(1915). Ellis, John Waldo. Ellis. Theodore G.

Emorv

1347

LXXXI, XXXVII.

1702 (1917). 557 (1897). Alexander. LXXX, 2136

Elv. Theodore Newel. LXXXI, 1705 (1917). Emerv, Charles Edward. XLII, 558 (1899). Emigh, John Hall. LXVII, 628 (1910).

Charles

Morton.

LXXIV,

499

Emonts, William Alexis George.

XXXVI,

(1896).

Engstrom, Frans. LXXXI, 1798 (1917). Erdmann, Earl Fdwin. LXXIV, 529 (1911). Evans, Richard. LXXXI, 1709 (1917). Ewing, William Bion. LXXIV, 500 (1911). Farnam, Henrv. XXXVI. 605 (1896). Farnham, Irving Tupper. LXXI, 415 (1911). Ferrier, Joseph James. LXXIV, 530 (1911). Ferris, James Joseph. LXXVII, 1855 (1914). XL, 568 (1898). Field, Burr Kellogg. Fink. Albert. XLI, 626 (1899). Firmstone, Frank. LXXXI, 1711 (1917).

LXVl. 497 (1910). Fisher, Elstner. Fitch, Asa Belts. LXXX, 2138 (1916). LXXIX, 1477 Fitting, Harold Hansen. (1915).

2143

2150 (1910).

LXXVI,

Edward.

2198

LXXX,

Bernard Richardson.

2151

(1916).

Green, Rutger Bleecker. LXIV, 585 (1909). Greene, David Maxson. LVI, 466 (1906). Greene, George Sears. XLIX. .335 (1902). LXXXI, 1800 Greene. Howard Arnold. (1917).

Joseph Norton. LV, 440 (1905). LXXIX, 1425 Robert Maxson.

Greene, Greene. (1915).

Gregory. Charles Emerson.

LXXXIII,

2191

LXXIX,

1427

Greth, John Charles William. (1915).

XXXVI, 595 (1896). LXXX. 2157 (1910). LXXXI, 1712

Gridlev, Vernon Hill. Grimm, Carl Robert.

Walter.

(1917).

Guild, Josephus Conn. LIX, 540 (1907) Gzowski, Sir Casimir Stanislaus. XLII, 567 (1899).

Hadsall, .Joseph Canby.

Hagar.

LXXV,

1190 (1912). 1727

Edward

McKim.

LXXXII,

Charles

Arthur.

LXXVII,

(1918).

Hague,

1863

(1914).

Hague, William. LXXXII, 1729 (1918). Haicombe, Norman Marshall. liXXXIII, 2373 (1910-20). Hall, .lulicii Astiu LXXV. 11n3 (1912). Hallock, James Currie. LXXXIII, 2197 (1919-20).

LXXIX,

Hambleton, Francis Henry. Scott.

LXXV.

1191

1429

(1912).

LXXXIII,

Hardee, M'illiam Joseph.

2199

(1919-20).

(1916).

(1897).

John

Douglas.

LXXVII,

1857

(1914).

LXXX, 2146 (1916). Francis, Charles. Francis, George Bliim LXXVI. 2214 (1913 1. Francis, James. XLV. 627 (1901). LXXXII, 1723 Frazee. John Hatfield.

LXXII, 591 (1911). Harding. Henry. Harding, Horace. XLIII, 618 (1900). Harlow, James Havward. LXXXIII, 2200 (1910-20).

Harris. Henrique. Harrison, Ch.irles

Joseph

Hackart.

LXXV,

1108

James Lewis. LXXIX, 1416 (1915). French, Alexis Henrv. LXXX. 2148 (1916). French, Edmund. XXXVII, 561 (1897). French. Frederick Reginald. LIV, 526 Frazier,

(1905). Frizell, Joseph

2218

LXXVI,

2194

LXXX,

21.59

LXX,

473

(1913).

Edward Macaulay.

(191(i).

Charles

Alfred.

(1910).

Ilaswell Charles Haynes. Hatfield,

Robert G.

Haugh.

James

Hausman,

LXI, 553

(1908). (1896).

XXXVI. 5.58 LXXVII,

Charles.

LXXX,

22.57

(1910).

Gay, Leon Lincoln. LXXIX, 1479 (1915). Gazlay, Webster. LXXVII. 1861 (1914). Gelette, William Durfee. L, .500 (1903). Gerber, Emil. LXXIX, 1418 (1915). Gibbs, Nathan Jackson. LXXV, 1188 (1912). LXXXIII, 2371 Gibbs, William Wetmore.

Frederick

Appel.

LVII.

1804

533

(1906).

H.aven,

William Appleton.

LXXXIII, 2205

(1919-20).

Ilaviland,

(1919-20).

(1919-20).

(1897).

LXXVI,

(1914).

Palmer. LXXIII, 501 (1911). Frost, George Henrv. LXXXI. 1827 (1917). LIV, 509 (1905). Fteley, Alphonse. Fuller, Frank Louis. LXXXIII, 2189

Warren Austin.

.502

Lewis.

Benjamin Morgan.

Ilashrouck,

(1912).

XXXVII,

(1913).

Ilarrod.

Hartrick,

(1918).

Gates,

Green,

Hanna, AValter

Forbes, Murray. LXXVII, 1915 (1914). Forshey, Caleb Goldsmith. XXXVII, 560

Frazer,

LXXX.

(1915).

Flad, Henry. XLII, 561 (1899). FoDett. William Wallace. LXXX.

Pouquet,

(1896).

Gray, Edward. Gray. George

Grimshaw, James

(1911). ,594

(1909).

Grant, Justus Herbert. LXXIX, 1423 (1915). Grant, William Harrison. XXXVI, 557

(1919-20).

1916).

Emmons,

XLIIL 613 (1900). XXXVI, 555 (1890).

Robert.

John Roberts.

Goad. Charles Edward. LXXI, 418 (1911). Gould, Edward Sherman. LIV, 528 (1905). (".onld, Harry Madera. LXXXII, 1686 (1918). Graham, Joseph Marshall. LXIV, 583

(1913).

(1909).

Earley, John Edwin. LXI, Eaton, Horace LaFavette.

Eckart.

Gillham. Gilliss,

Arthur.

LXXXIII,

2214

(1919-

1920).

ITawes, Louis Edwin.

LXXIII,

(1911). Ilawkesworth. John. LXXVI, 22.55 (1913). Hawkins, Irving. LXXIV, 523 (1911). LXII, 564 (1909). Ilavi-roft. .lames Isaac. LV, 448 (1905). Hayes, Richard Somers. 1865 (1914). John LXXVII, Ilavs, Willis. Ilazen, .Joliii Vosc. LXXXIII. 221(i (1919 20). .508

MEMOmS— (Continued)

^rEMOI^RS— (Continued). 2219 (1919-20). Hazlphiirst, James Nisbet. 1919-20).

Dunkin

Hemining-,

Hunt, Loreii Edward. LXXX, 2252 (1916). Hunt, Randell. XLV, 629 (1901). LXXXIII, 2232 Hunt, Rufus Cameron.

LXXXIII,

Blagden.

George

Hazlehurst,

LXXXIII, 2220

(1919-20).

LIX,

543

LXXXI,

1713

Wirgman.

(1907).

Henderer, William Oswald. (1917).

John

LXXXIII,

Gibson.

2223

Dwiggins

Robert

LXXXIII.

2376

(1919-20).

LXXI, 420

Hequembourg,

Ezra.

Charles

(1911).

LIX,

LXXV,

Herbert, Arthur Powis.

Hermany, Charles. LXV, Henry Augustus.

525

1154 (1912).

(1918).

Hickey, Louis

Thomas

Franklin. 1715

2236 (1919-20). Julius Jacobs. Lilien.

LXXIX,

Ned

Janvrin,

XXXVI,

Wadsworth.

596

LXXXI, 1829 (1917). .Jerome. XLIX, 345 Fletcher.

Charles

John

LXXIEI,

Franklin.

504

LXXVII,

Allen.

1870

Van Dusen.

Hite- Smith.

Chapman

Love.

LXXIX,

1436

(1915).

John Butler. LI, 4.54 (1903). Johnson, Luther Elman. LXX, 480 (1910). Johnson, Thomas Humrickhouse. LXXVII,

Sidney

Willett,

LVI, 479

(1906).

LXXXI,

Jr.

1718

1876

(1917).

Hobby, Arthur Stanley. XLIX. 347 (1902). LXXXIII, 2224 Hodge, Henry Wilson. (1919-20).

Hogg. James Breading. Holbrook,

LXXX,

LXXV,

Wallace

1155 (1912).

Jov,

LXXIII, 506

Tifft.

LXXVII,

1917

James Frederic. XXXVII, 575 (1897). XXXVIII, 448 Theodore Dehone.

LXXXI,

1803

Katte, Walter. LXXXI, 1727 (1917). LXXV, Keating, Edward Henry.

1159

Josg

(1912).

Kellogg,

(1919-20).

Lloyd.

LXXIX,

Petronio.

(1917).

Holman, Stephen. LXXVI, 2262 (1913). Holmes, Edwin Merritt. LXXII, 598 (1911). Honeyman. Bruce Ritchie. LXXXIII, 2378 Albert

538

2174

(1897).

(1914).

Hopkins,

LVIII,

LXXX,

Judah,

Katigbak,

Roger

Howard.

John

(1916).

Doane.

(1911).

Holloway,

Clyde.

(1907).

Johnston,

William

Frederick

(1914).

Johnson,

2161 (1916).

Holbrook, Henry Randolph.

Albert

Victor.

LXXIII,

510

LXXXIII,

2259

(1911).

1481

Cassius

Kelly,

(1915).

William.

(1919-20).

Horan, John Joseph. LXVII, 634 (1910). LXXXIII, 2229 Horn, Frank Churchill.

Kenly,

Ebenezer.

LXXVI,

2221

LXXXI,

1721

Horace

William

Harlin.

506 (1911). 2176

LXXX,

(1916).

Hotchkiss, Charles Wilcox.

(1913).

Edward Marion. LXXIV,

Kennedy,

(1919-20).

Kernot, William Charles. LXVI, 499 (1910). Killebrew, Samuel. XLI, 639 (1899). King, Charles Cyrus. LXXII. 592 (1911). King. Paul Sourin. LXXXIII, 2261 (1919-

(1917).

XXXIX, 694 (1898). Houston, John. Hovenden, Thomas, Jr. LXXX, 22.51 (1916). LXXXII, 1731 Howard, Joel Manning.

1920).

King, William Byrd. LXXXI, 1733 (1917). Kingman, Lewis. LXXV, 1161 (1912). XXX-VI, 612 (1896). Kingslev, William C. LXXXIII, 2379 Kirstein, Paul Robert.

(1918).

Howard, Oliver Zell. LXXXIL 1689 (1918). Howe, Horace Joseph. LXXIV, 502 (1911). XLIX, 349 Howe. Milton Grosvenor.

(1919-20).

Knowlton,

Charles

Andrews.

LV,

451

(1905).

(1902).

Howe, William

Bell White.

LXXVI,

2234

XLIX,

351

XXXVI. 609 (1896). Kuichling. Emil. LXXIX. 1438 (1915). LXXX, 2184 Kunz, Frederic Charles. Krupp, Alfred.

(1913).

Howell,

1872

.Johnson,

(1914).

Horton,

LXXVII,

(1916).

Johnson,

(1911).

Franklin

Herbert.

(1914).

Jeme, Tien Yow. LXXXIII. 2246 (1919-20). •Jenkins, James Edgar. LXXXI, 1725 (1917). Jewel, Lindsev Louin. LXXX, 2169 (1916). LXXX, 2171 Jewett, William Cornell.

(1902).

Hoag.

2244

LXXIX,

1435 (1915).

1867

(1914).

Hildroth, Russell

Hinckley,

LXXXIII,

Jacomb-Hood, J»hn Wykeham.

(1917).

LXXVII,

Wilhelm.

Hildenbrand,

Hillman,

Moore.

(1919-20).

LXXXI,

Arthur.

Hinds,

Thomas

Jackson, William. LXXIV. 504 (1911). LXXXIII, Charles Mattathias. Jacobs,

1687

1480 (1915).

(1896). Hill, James

LXXI, 448 (1911). LXXVI, 2236

Roger Brooke.

(1913).

(1909).

LXXXII,

Herrick,

1723

LXXXIII,

(1917).

Irwin,

545

Jackson,

(1907).

LXXXI,

Murdoch.

(1919-20).

22.34

Monteith.

Henry, Daniel Farrand.

Hider,

Linn

Hurd, Hurd Clarence. LXXIX, 1433 (1915). Hutton, Nathaniel Henrv. LX, 581 (1908). Hvde. William Herbert. LXXXI, 1802

(1919-20).

Henley,

2167 (1916).

Henry.

(1917).

Huntington.

Hendrie,

LXXX,

Hunter, William. Hunter, William

George

Washington.

(1916).

(1902).

Hoyt, William Edwin. LXXX, 2164 (1916). Hughes, William Mackenzie. LXXIX, 1431

Labelle.

(1915).

Humphrey,

Henry

Cyprian.

LXVII,

Lamont,

630

(1918).

(1910).

LVIII. 534 (1907). LXXVII, 1871 Hunicke, William August. (1914).

XLVI,

Francis.

LXXVII.

Clarence

LXXIX,

1440

1925 (1914).

Booth.

LXXXII,

1691

Lant. Frank Parsons. LXXIX. 1442 (1915). Lassig, Moritz, XLIX. 353 (1902). Latcha, Jacob Albert. LIV. .531 (1905). Latham, Norman Smith. LIV, 542 (1905).

Humphreys, Charles.

Hunt, Alfred Ephriam.

Henrv

(1915). Lake, Orloff.

557 (1901).

66

MEMOIRS— (Coji^riMed).

M^MOms— (Continued)

Laub, Hermann. LXXXIII. 22fi3 (1919-20). Laurie, James. XXXVII, 553 (1897). Law, Arthur Price. LVIII, 547 (1907). Lawson, William Bateman. XLVI, 560

Marple, William McKelvey.

Matcham,

Maxymilian.

LXXXIII,

2266

LXXXI,

1735

William

Isaiah 453 (1807).

Ha vs.

LIX.

(1914).

(1918).

William

LXXVI,

Frederick.

(1919-20).

(1913).

Henry

Lofland,

LXXV,

Fiddeman.

Thomas Davis. XL, LXXXII, 1607

Mohun, Edward.

Ulysses

Moncure.

571 (1898).

Lowe, Jesse.

LXXIX,

1444

XXXVIII,

461

Stanislaus.

William

22,39

552

Augustus.

(1913).

Moore,

William

LXXXIII,

LXXIX,

1449

LXXXIII, 2284

(1919-

Edwin.

(1915).

Francis

Asbury.

Mordecai, Augustus. 1020).

(1897).

MacCalliim.

Alexander

William.

Morison, George Shattuck. LIV, 513 (1905). Morris, Charles John Augustus. LXXXIII, 2286 (1919-20). Morris, Gouverneur. XXXIX. 608 (1808). Morris, Henry Gurnev. LXXX. 2103 (1916). Morrison. Henry Prentice. LXXXIII, 2280

LXXXI,

1741 (1917).

MacCracken,

George

LXXXI.

Gere.

1806

(1917).

Macfarlane,

Arthur

Keddie.

LXXII,

599

LXXIV,

511

(1911).

Mackall. Benjamin

Franklin.

(1919-20).

Morse. Benjamin Franklin.

(1911).

Angus

Mackav.

LXXXIII,

Robert.

.Lnmes.

LVI. 471

MacRitchie. Charles. LXIV, McAlpine. Charles Le Grand. Echols,

XXXVII,

563

LXXI.

449

2389

(1913).

Myers-Beswick, William Beswick. LIV, 534 (1905).

Neely, William Rid'ev. (1905). (1919-

Neher,

LXXXI, 1744 (1917). Thomas Francis. LXXX,

Clarence

LXXXI.

Rufus.

1752 (1917K

LXXXIII,

22<)1

(1919-20).

1920).

XXXVII,

Neilson, Robert.

McCool, Daniel.

Nelles,

2188

Nelson,

(1916).

564 (1897).

George Thomas. LX, 586 (1908). George Alfred. LXXVII, 1880

(1914).

MeCurdy, John Egbert. LXXI, 420 (1911). McFarland, Walter Ashfleld. LXXIX, 1446

Newbrough, William. LXXXIII, 2293

McGee, Van Norman. Ui-ginald.

McKenzio,

Theodore

LIV, 588

XLIX, Hall.

,3tiO

(1905). (1002).

James

LXXXI,

1746

LXXXI,

Eugene.

1921

LXXXIII,

2391

(1910-20).

Norman

LXXXIII, James.

2205 (1919-

XXXVI.

2268

Nichols.

1808

Nichols, Othniel Foster. LXI, 564 (1908). Nicholson. George Benson. LIX, 556 (1907). Noble, Alfred. LXXIX, 1352 (1915). Norris. AlexaTuler .loseph. LXXXIII, 2297

5.59

(1896).

(1917).

LXXI, 430 (1911). XXXVII, 562 (1897). Mais, Henrv ('(lathupe. LXXX, 2100 (1916). Malf'zicux, Kinile. XXXVI, 524 (180(i). Mansfield, Martin William. LXIII, 4S1 Macy, Arthur.

(1919-20).

North.

Edward

Pavson.

LXXV,

1167

(1912).

Northrup,

(1909).

LXXXIII. 2272

LXXVII,

1020).

McVcan, John Jay.

Marburg. Edgar.

Allen

Nichols, Lewis Abel.

(1919-20).

McMullen, Stanley Hastings.

Dvnan.

(1014).

Nichols,

(1917).

McKeown. Thomas. LXXI, 428 (1911). McMath, Robert Emmet. LXXXIII,

(1919-

1020).

Newton,

(1015).

McKean,

1884

LXXXIII,

Myers, George Higgins. LXXI, 454 (1911). Myers. William Madison. LXXVI, 2256

(1011).

McCalla, Richard Calvin. LV, 4.53 McClure, Hunter. LXXXIII, 2381 MeCrickett,

Powell.

(1919-20). (1006). (1909).

587

Jr.

James

Murray.

(1807).

Vardry

LXXVII,

(1014).

2380

(1010-20).

MacNaughton.

McBee.

LXXVI,

2282 (1010-20).

(1018).

(1915).

Lyte.

LXII,

Arnold.

(1909).

(1912)

Lutz.

Stephen

Mitchell,

1164

Looker, Henrv Brigham. LVITT. 548 (1907). Lovett,

1703

Mendell, George Henry. LI, 459 (1903). Menke, William. LXXXIII, 2383 (1919-20). Meriwether, Niles. XLV, 6.32 (1901). Merrick, Horace Guy. LXXVII. 1920 (1914). Merrill, Ogden. LXXXIII, 2385 (1919-20). Merz, Frederick W. XXXVI, 615 (1896). Metcalf, William. LXXIV, 490 (1011). Michie, William Roberts.' XLI, 647 (1800). Millard, Curtiss. LXXX, 2258 (1016). Miller, James Blaine. LXXX, 2253 (1916). Miller, Silvanus, Jr. XXXIX. 696 (189SK Miller, Stanley Alfred. LXXXI. 1749 (1917). Mills, Adelbert Philo. LXXXIII, 2387

Locke, Charles Abbott. LXXX, 2180 (1016). Locke, Franklin Buchanan. LXXXII, 1694

Lockwood.

LXXXII,

(1918).

(1007).

.549

1483

Melcher. Frank Otis. LXXV, 1166 (1912). Melliss, David Ernest. LXXIX, 1447 (191."i). Melvin, David Neilson. LXXVII. 1882

Libby. Ednunul Dorman. LXXI, 424 (1911). Lincoln, William Shattuck. LT, 4.57 (1903). Lindenthal, Doniinik. XLV, 6.37 (1001). Linville. .Tacob

513

LXXIX,

Sidwell.

(1915).

XXXVIII,

Penn.

Jesse

Mayhew, Alfred Boardman.

(1917).

Lewis,

LXXIV,

Arthur.

(1911).

(1919-20).

Castner.

Charles

Matson.

(1911).

Eugene

LXXXIII,

Richardson.

2421 (1919-20).

Lee, Francis Valentine Toldervy. LXXVII, 1880 (1914). Lee, George William. LXXVII, 1919 (1914). Leverich, Gabriel. LVI. 409 (1900). Lewerenz, Alfred Courtney. LXXIV, 508

Lewinson.

Ralph

Marrian,

(1911).

22,38

1699

(1918).

(1901).

Leather, Basil Henry. LXXIV, .'527 (1011). Leavenworth, Georjje Stevens. LXXXIII, 2265 (1919-20). Lederle, George Anthony. LXXI, 423

Lewis,

LXXXII,

(1918).

Marr, George Anson. LV, 455 (1905). Marr, William Walter. LXXXII, 1701

(1919-20).

(1908).

67

Herbert

Franklin.

LX.

588

MEMOIRS

M'EMOJ'RS—iConf imied) Raymond, Thomas Laidlaw.

(Continued).

Nourse, Edwin Green. XXXIX, 699 (1898). Franklin. XXXVI, 560 Noyes, Albert

Ream, Ward Hall.

Oberndorf, Paul Ernest. LX. (1908). William Arthur. LXXXIII, 2393 .'".9.5

(1919-20).

LXXXIII,

Rees,

1451

Reilly, Charles (1919-20).

Henry

LXXIX,

Lewis.

LXXXIII, 2395

(1919-

19201.

Olney, La Fayette. LXXV. 1177 (1912). Olney, Robert Blum. L, 510 (1903). LXXXIII, 2301 Ostrnp, John Christian, (1919-20).

Henry

Owens.

LXXXIII,

Kinder.

2303

Logan Waller.

LXXXIII,

LX, 575

Paine, Charles.

LXXXIII,

Richmond, Henry A. LXXVII, 1926 (1914). Wallace Berkley. LXXVII, 1902 (1914).

1810

Albert Stanley. LXVI. 504 (1910). Rinecker, Francis. XLII, 569 (1899). Ritter, Homer Peter. LXXXIII, 2319

Riffle,

(1917).

LXXXI,

1757

LXXI

431

(1917).

Anson,

William

Jr.

(1919-20).

LXXXIII,

Hall.

2310

(1919-

XLVI,

Roberts, William. LX, 593 (1908). Roberts, William Milnor. XXXVI,

570

LXXVII,

LXXXIII, 2313

1S88

LXXIX,

Phillips. (1915).

Arthur

Phinnev.

Henry Ward Beecher.

563 (1896). Pickett, William

Louis.

1453

1671

(1917).

1891

LXI. 567

Robert

Winthrop.

LXXXIII,

Francis Ensor.

(1898).

Charles

Preston,

Henry.

(1916).

Pritchard,

Philip

Morris.

XXXIX,

LXXX, LXXIX,

St.

Puffer,

William

XXXVI, Haselton.

564

2317

Schneider,

1487

Schussler.

George W. LXII. 554 (1900). Ramsey. Joseph. LXXXI, 1759 (1917).

Rafter,

LXXIX,

1488 1894

XXXVL

571

Charles

LXXIV,

515 (1911).

Charles.

LXXXIII.

Conrad.

LXXXI,

Mark

1665

William.

LXIII,

432

Hermann

Frederick

August.

LXXXIII, 2329 (1919-20). Schuyler, Howard. XXXVL 572 (1896). Schuyler, James Dix. LXXVI, 2243 (1913). XLII, 572 (1899). Scott, William Ulysses. Sears, Alfred Francis. LXXV, 1178 (1912). Sears, Walter Herbert. LXXV, 1180 (1912). Seaver, John Wright. LXXII, 596 (1911). LXXXIII, 2404 (1919See, George Corliss.

(1914).

LXXVII,

Munroe.

(1909).

2241

Ezekiel.

355

2325

(1917).

Schofield,

Raymond, Charles Walker.

Isaac

Schilling. Alexander 2402 (1919-20).

2199

(1913).

Charles

John,

2209 (1916). Scherzer, Albert John.

701

Radenhurst, William Napier. LXXVII, 1893

Rasinskv,

LXXXIII,

(1896).

(1896).

LXXVI,

XLIX,

Edwards.

Warren.

Sample. John Henderson. LXX, 474 (1910). Scarboriiiigh, Francis Winthrop. LXXX,

(1915).

Prosser, Thomas.

John

(1919-20).

(1908). (1919-

(1919-20).

I'rendergast,

Nathaniel

(1902).

Sackett,

1920).

Pratt.

570

1766

(1917).

Russell.

(1919-20).

LXXXIII, 2398

XXXVI, LXXXI,

(1896).

Rundlett,

(1914).

Pratt, Carey Simon.

Frederick.

Leonard Warren.

Henry

Rudloff,

Post, James Clarence. XXXVI. 569 (1896). Potter. Edwin James. LXXXIII, 2396

Powell, Charles Francis.

433

2202

Rohwer, Henrv. LXXX, 2205 (1916). Rood, Henry Martyn. LXXIX, 1457 (1915). Rowe, Robert Delos. XLII. 571 (1899). Rowe, Samuel McMath. LXXII, 594 (1911). Rowland. Thomas Fitch. LXII. .'i47 (1909). LXXXI. 1765 Roy, Robert Maitland.

(1917).

LXXVII,

LXXX,

Vincent.

(1910).

Pontzen. Ernest. LXXVII. 1829 (1914). Pope, Macv Stanton. LIV. 540 (1905). Pone, Willard Smith. XXXVI, 565 (1896).

Browne.

James

Rogers. Merritt Harrison. LIX. 562 (1907). Rohnert, Benno. LVIII. 557 (1907). Rohrer, Grant. LXXXII, 1706 (1918).

(1917).

George

LXXI,

Williams.

(1911).

Pierce. William Thomas. LVII. 525 (1906). Pihl. Olaf Ridlev. LXXX. 2195 (1916). Pike. Ralph Asliur, LXXIX, 1485 (1915). Pomeroy, Lewis Roberts. LXXXI, 1811

Post.

Stillman

Rockwell,

XXXVI,

LXXXI,

Douglas.

LXXXIII, 2322

(1919-20).

Robinson,

XXXVIII,

Southwick.

531

1705

(1918).

Robinson, Albert Alonzo.

(1919-

1920).

Philbrick. Edward 454 (1897).

LXXXII,

Robertson, Marshall Pope.

(1914).

Peyton, John Howe.

593

(1890).

(1901).

Peterson, Peter Alexander.

LXXII,

Pierrepont.

(1911).

1920).

Pennypacker, Levis Passmore.

Evelyn

Roberts,

(1911).

Myron

501

LXXXI,

Franklin.

Riegner,

Parker, Harold. LXXXI, 1755 (1917). Parthesius, Philip Henry. LXXXI, Patterson, William Rodney.

LXVI,

Brown.

Thomas

1761 (1917).

2422

(1919-20).

Peck,

2423

(1910).

Richardson,

(1908).

Palmer, Richard Jeter, Jr.

Henry

Richardson,

2305 (1919-

1920).

Pearson,

LXXXIII,

(1901).

(1919-20).

Page,

(1904). (1906).

LVI. 473

Gilbert.

Reinholdt. Kenneth Oake Plummer. XLIX 368 (1902). Reiseger. Marc John. XLV, 634 (1901). Reno. James Hart. XXXVII, 566 (1897). Rice, Edward Curtis. XXXIX. 703 (1898). Rich, Isaac. LXXX. 2200 (1916). Rich, Watson Wellman. L, 501 (1903). Richards, Joseph Ruggles. XLV, 640

(1915).

Ogden, Harold Coe.

558

LII,

William Marshall.

2299

(1919-20).

Oestreich,

354

(1915). 2400 (1919-

14.'i5

LXXXIII,

Ward.

Reed, William

John Patrick.

LXXIX,

1920).

O'Brien.

O'Donnell,

XLIX,

(1902).

Read, Robert Leland.

(1896).

(1915).

1920).

(1914).

68

MKMOIRS

.MEMOIRS— (Co»)//>iM€d).

(Continued).

Thomas

Seely,

XXXVI,

Jennings.

574

(1896).

Seymour, Horatio, Jr. LXVI, 507 (1910). Seymour, Mark Tucker. XXXVII, 578

XLIX.

Alexander.

Shaler,

Ira

Shaw,

William

357

LXXXI,

Thomas.

1813

Robert

Shipley,

William

Taintor,

LXXXIII,

Earle.

Tappan, Roger.

2218

XXXIX,

Noyes.

.572

2406

Shreve. Samuel Henrv.

704

(1919-20). XXXVI, 570 (1896). 577 (1898).

XXXVI,

Harry Godfred.

LXXXIII,

2334

LXXIX,

1460

Norman

Frederic.

LXXXI, 1770 LXXXI. XXXVI, C.

Simson,

David.

Frank Oscar.

Wilmon W.

LXXIX,

Arnold. Alfred. Mellon.

LXXI,

1464

451 (1911).

Edward

LXXXI,

Clinton.

1781

(1917).

Thomas, Arthur Towne. XLIX, .360 (1902). Thomas, George Edward. LXI. 571 (1908). Thomas, Joseph Russell. XXXVII, 566

(1915).

Sinclair,

LXXXI,

1193 (1912).

Terry.

George

(1907). 1779 (1917).

T.iylor, Si-hvyu LII. .552 (l!Mt4). Taylor, William Dana. LXXIV, 520 (1911). Teigen, Thomas William Rostad. LXXV,

577

(1919-20).

Simpson,

XLVI,

Morris.

LVIII, 544

Lucian

Taylor,

(1896).

Sidenius.

Paschall

(1918).

(1915).

2331

Sicard, Mirtiliano. XL, Sickels. Frederick Ellsworth.

17.35

(1901).

Taylor,

LXXXIII.

LXXXII,

Stephen

Tasker,

Tatnall, George. Tatum, Sledge.

(1919-20).

Shiraishi. Xaoji.

(1917).

1772 (1917). 582 (1890).

(1897).

Thonip.sun,

Slataper. Felician. LVIII, 540 (1907). Sloan, Robert Imlav. XLVI. 562 (1901). Smead, Raphael Chart. LXXXIII, 2335

LXXXII,

Clark Wallace.

1732

(191.S).

Thompson, John Chambers.

XXXVI.

584

LXXI,

438

(1890).

(1919-20).

Thomson, George Huntington.

Smith, Albert Mather. LXX. 476 (1910). Smith, Benjamin Burgh. LII, 550 (1904). Smith, Edgar Field. LXXXIII, 2408 (1919-

(1911).

Thomson, Samuel Forsvthe.

LXXXI,

1817

(1917).

1920).

Edwin

LXXXIII,

Foster.

Thorndike, John Larkin. LX, 590 (1908). Thorp, Richard Penwick. LXXI, 442

2336

(1919-20).

Smith, Frederick Henrv. XLI. 643 (1899). Smith, Hamilton. XLVI, 564 (1901). Smith. Isaac Williams. XXXVIII, 456

(1911).

Tidd.

Marshall

Smith, James. LXXIV, 518 (1911). Smith. Thomas Guilford. LXXV,

Tisdale,

LXXXI,

Stuart.

Toms, Jay William.

LXXXIII,

XLV,

044

Truesdell, Charles. XXXVI, 585 (1896). Tullock, Aloiizo J. I,1V. 53.') (19051. Turner. Nathaniel. LXXVII, 1905 (1914). Turner. Willis Tubbs. LXXV. 1195 (1912). Tntton. Charles Plarold. LXII. 560 (1909). Ihlig, Carl. LXXXIII, 2.344 (1919-20). Van Buren, John Dash. LXXXII, 1713

2,338

(1918).

James

XXXVI,

Hugh.

Iloek, .Lacobus. LXX, 477 (1910). Vansittart, George Edward. LXXXI, 1821

Van der

590

(1896).

Starling, William. Stearns, Frederic (1919-20). Steele, Henry (1910). Steere. Edmund

XLVI,

.566

LXVII,

Maynadier.

(1917).

(1901).

LXXXIII,

Pike.

Vaughn, Clarence George. LXII, 562 (1909). Vaughn. George Washington. LXXX, 2225

2132 631

(1916).

Veuve.

Job. liXXX. 2216 (191(n. Clinton Fitch. LXXIX, 1462

George

Hippesley

LXXXIII. 2412 (1919-20). Stevens, Edwin Augustus. (1918). Stites. Archer

Erie

A'liegenthart, 1923 (1914).

LeRoy. LXXXI. 1784 (1917). Johannes Cornells. LXXVII,

Voorhces. Theodore. LXXXI, 1786 (1917). Vorce. Clarence Browning. LXXXII, 1715

(1915).

Stephens,

525 (1896).

Montgomery.

Tower, Ashley Bemis. XLIX, 361 (1902). Tower. Morton Loudon. LXXX, 2220 (1916). Towle, Stevenson. LXXX, 2223 (1916).

(1919-20).

Stephens,

2258

2425 (1919-

(1901).

(1896).

Caswell.

John

Toucey,

2410 (1919-20). Sproul, Archibald Alexander, Jr. LXXI, 435 (1911). Stahlberg, Albert Jacob. XXXVI, 597

Fred

LXXXIII,

XXXVI,

Totten, Joseph G.

LXXVII, 1903 (1914). Soper, Ralph Carroll. LXXI, 450 (1911). Souie, Frank. LXXVI, 2246 (1913). Speidel, Hugo S. LXXXIII. 2424 (1919-20). Spence, David Wendel. LXXXI, 1774 (1917). Sperry, Austin Russell Willard. LXXXIII,

Stanwood,

568

(1904).

1920).

1815

(1917).

Snyder. Baird, Jr.

Stanton,

George Curtis. LIII, 510 Charles Harry. LXXVI,

(1913).

1182

(1912).

William

XXXVII.

Martain.

(1897).

Tingley.

(1897).

Stanley.

(1918).

-

LXXXII,

Wachtel, Louis.

1708

LXXXII.

1734 (191S).

Wagner, Bernard Matthew. Cochran.

LVI, 475

LXXXII.

1716

(1918).

(1906).

Stixrud, Martinius. LI, 463 (1903). Stone. Henry Morton. LXXXIII,

Waite.

Christopher Champlin.

XLl.X.

31)3

(1902).

2.340

Walton.

(1919-20).

Stone, Waterman. XLI, 649 (1899). Storey, Frank Burns. LXXIX, 1492 (1915). Stott, Henry Gordon. LXXXI, 1776 (1917). Stratton. George Draper. LVI, 4Sl (I'.tDdi. Sutermeister, Arnold Henry. LXXXIII, •-'.•i42

616 (1896). Frederick. LXXX,

(1898).

(1917).

Smith.

XXXVI,

Ernest

(1916).

(1902).

Shedd, Prank Edson. LXXXI, 1708 (1917). Shedd, Joel Herbert. LXXX, 2211 (1916). Shima, Takejiro. LXXIV, 525 (1911). Shinbur, Elver La Zelle. LVII, 531 (1906).

Smith,

(1918).

Swift, McRee.

Tabor,

(1897).

Sites.

Swan, Charles Herbert. XLVI, 5GS (1901). Swanker, John Edward. LXXXII, 1711

Louis

Roberts.

XXXVI,

586

(1896).

Ward, Charles Dod. LXXX, 222S (1916). Warner, James Madison. LXXXI. 1823 (1917).

Washington,

LXXIX.

(1919-20).

69

William 1490

(1915).

de

Hertburne.

MEMOIRS— (Confmtted).

METAI.I.rRGY— (Con frnwed)

Waterhouse, John. LXXXII, 1718 (1918). Watson, William Parsons. LXXV. 1184

"Mining Engineering

(1912).

Webber,

Charles

LXXX,

Perkins.

in the United States." Gybbon Spilsburv. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904). LIV, Part A. 121 (1905). "Nickel Steel for Bridges." J. A. L. Waddell. (With Discussion.) LXIII, 101 E.

2232

(1916).

Wells,

Clinton

LXIV,

Glencairn.

590

(1909).

"The Possibilities in Bridge Construction by the Use of High-Alloy Steels." J. A.

(1909).

Nelson

Walton,

LXXXII,

James.

(1918).

Wentworth,

Charles

Chancellor.

1736

Edmund

Weston,

LXXXI,

Brownell.

LXXVIII,

1789

LXXXIII,

George.

2345

Ebenezer

Smith.

Orlando

Belina.

LXXVI,

the Resistance of Materials." II, 239 (1873). of Metallic Behavior." O. E. Michaelis. (With Discussiin.) XI, 429 (1882). "Note on the Resistance of Materials." Robert H. Thurston. IV, 334 (1875). "Note on the Resistance of Materials, as Affected by Flow and by Rapidity of Distortion." Robert H. Thurston. V, 199 (1876). "Observations on the Stresses Developed in Metallic Bars bv Applied Forces." Theodore Cooper. VII, 174 (1878).

Robert H. Thurston,

XXXVI,

587

(1896).

XXXVI,

Whipple, Squire. White, George

527

(1896).

LXXV,

Howard.

1186

(1912).

White, Henrv Fisher. LXXVI, 22.51 (1913). White, Sir William Henry. LXXVII, 1824 (1914).

White. William Howard. XLV, 635 (1901). Whitford, Oscar F. XLIX, 364 (1902). LXXXII, 1053 Whittemore, Don Juan,

a New Method of Detecting Overstrain in Iron and Other and on its Application in the Investigation of the Causes of Accidents to Bridges and Other Con-

"On

(1918).

Whittet,

Kufus

LXXXIII,

Mason.

2.347

(1919-20).

Wilkes, James Knapp. LXXX, 2236 (1916). Wilkins, George Shreve. LXXV, 1197

LXXI,

James Eager.

"On

445

(1911). (1916).

Williams, David. LXXX, 2238 Williamson, Frank Robert. LXXX,

2240

(1916).

Williamson,

William

XLI,

645

LXXXIII,

2349

Garnett.

Elliott (1919-20).

Hinckley.

Wilson, John Allston. XXXVI, 588 (1896). Wilson, Joseph Miller. L, 504 (1903). Wise. James Hugh. LXXVI. 2260 (1913).

Wood, Charles. XXXVI. 501 (1896). Wood, Charles Widney. LXXIV, 522 (1911). Wood, Irving Sparrow. LXXXIII, 2351 Woollard, George Clifton. LV, 456 (1905). Worthen, William Ezra. XL, 565 (1898). Wright, Augustine Washington. LXXXII,

Edward

Wright,

LXXXI,

Thomas.

III, 1 (Section I) (1873) Discussion, IV, 2(j5 (1875); (1874). V, 102 (1876).

Horatio

Gouverneur.

XLVI,

Wright,

Willis

Benton.

LXXXIII,

(1919-20).

LXXX,

"On

the Variation due to Orthogonal and on Strains in the Elastic Limit in Practical Value and More Important Applications. Robert H. Thurston. IX, 173 (1880). Discussion, IX, 362. Specifications for specialused in mafor LXXVI, 398 chinery lift bridges.

1791 551

2352

Luther

Reese.

LXXVII,

,



2242

et

Yeatman, Henry Clay. XL, 579 (1898). Young, Eddv Elbert. LVIII, .551 (1907). LVIII, 554 (1907). Zeller, Albert Henry. William. LIX, 565 Zipperlein, Joseph (1907).



its

(1916).

Zollinger,

:

;

II).

(1901).

Wrotnowski, Arthur Francis.

(Section

349

(1917).

Wright,



observed Phenomena, Noticed during Experimental Researches with a New Testing Machine, Fitted with an Autographic Registry."' R. H. Thurston. II.

(1919-20).

1721 (1918).

,



(1899).

Wilson,



structions." Robert H. Thurston. VII, 53 (1878). a Newly Discovered Relation Between the Tenacity of and Their Resistance Robert H. Thurston, VII, to Torsion." 169 (1878). "On the Permanent Effects of Strain in on Their Self-Registration and Mutual Interactions." Koliert H. Thurston. XXIV, 159 (1891). Discussion, XXIV, 164; XXV, 17 (1891). "On the Strength, Elasticity, Ductility and Resilience of Materials of Machine Construction, and on Various Hitherto Un-

(1912)

Willard,'

Discussion.)

"A Peculiar Phase

2249

(1913).

Wheeler,

(With (1915).

"A Note on

(1919-

1920).

Wheeler,

1

METALS,

(1917).

Weston,

Waddell.

L.

LXXX,

2234 (1916).

seq.

(1913).

of Set of— Subjected to Strain for Considerable Periods of Time." Robert H. Thurston. VI. 28 (1877). for Structural Pur"The Treatment of XXX, 155 James Christie. poses."

"The Rate



1907

(1893).

(1914).

Discussion,

XXX,

655.

ALUMINUM: CAST IRON: IRON: STEEL: STRENGTH OF MATERIALS:

See also

MERCURY.

WROUGHT

gravities and weights per cubic at different temperatures. XL, foot of 531 (1898).

Specific



"Suggested Changes and Extension of the United States Weather Bureau Service George S. Binckley, and in California." LXXXI, 161 (1917). Charles H. Lee. Discussion N. C. Grover, William S. Post, Charles T. Leeds, Fred H. Tib-

METAL, PROTECTION. See

IRON.

METEOROLOGY.

CORROSION AND PROTECTION

OF METAI.S.

:

»IETAL,L,URGY. Ancient—. XXIV, 326

betts,

(1891).

70

and

J. B. Lippincott.

LXXXI,

171.

METERS.

MF.TT.KS— (Continued)

"A Mechanism for Metering and Recording the Flow of Fluids Through Venturi Tubes, Orifices, or Conduits, by Integra-

Use of water

ting the Velocity Head." LXXVI. 114S (1913).

"A Memoir on Water."

XXV,

40

XXV,

66,

Charles

Washington

of the Polar PlaniEmery. XVIII, 312

E.

A. D. for Irrigation." Foots. XVI, 134 (1887). "Characteristics of Cup and Screw Current in TailPerformance of These

Mountain

Large

Synthesis of LXXVI. 819 F. Groat. (1913). Discussion: W. G. Price, E. E. Haskell, Charles H. Miller, John C. Hoyt,

Curves."

and

C.

W.

"On

B.

Staniford.

.370

(1902).

Edward

C.

LXXVI,

841.

Murphy.

XLVII,

the

coefficients of (1919-20).

Survey."

.Tohii

(1917).

Valuation

of 2133 (1913).

Public

Rock

(1893).

inger, H. G.

Walter O. Snelling, A. Bartoccini, Stott, and B. W. Dunn, LXX,

300.



"Freezing as an Aid to Excavation in Unstable Material." James H. Brace. (With Discussion.) LII, 365 (1904). Engineering. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers. 1904. J. A. Ede. LIV. Part A, 135 (1905). " Engineering In the United States." E. Gvbbon Spilsbury. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A. 121 (1905). "Notes upon the Construction of a Water System for Placer and Suggestions





Discussion:

C.

400, 408

"Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Herbert M. Wilson. LXX. 190 (1910). Discussion: Kenneth Allen, Henry Kreis-

George W. Booth, LXXX, .590. "The Nozzle as ,'ui Accurate Water Meter." John R. Freeman. (With Discussion.) XXIV, 492 (1891.1. "The ITse and Care of the Current Meter, as Practiced by the T'nited States (leological

on

LXXVI,

Blasting: The American Method." William L. Saunders. XXVII. 529 XXVIII, 144 Discussion, (1892).

"Electric



(1916).



LXXXI.

Utilities."

of current—. LXXX. 1231 (1916). "The Accuracy and Durability of Water ." John W. Hill. (With Discussion.) XLI, 326 (1809). "The Automatic Volumeter." E. G. Hop-

572

(1896).



vation.

162

LXXX,

171

"Bibliography

Tests

son.

States.

Michigan." T. B. Brooks. II, 15 (1873). Application of methods to subway exca-

XII,

Venturi

the United 429 (1897).

I

Charles B. Brush. (With Discussion.) XIX, 89 (1888). Steam meter. XVIII, 312 (1888). for

— in

of the Cost and Description of the Methods of Employed in the Marquette Iron Region, Lake Superior,

(1919-20). Facts in

LXXXIII.

A



XXXVI.

"Some Relation to. Friction, Waste and Loss of Water in Mains."

Tests

Weights and Measures."

"An Analysis

Meter, Specially Adapted to Inferentially Measure the Total Discharge of Nozzles." John Thomson. (With Discussion.) XXIV, 528 (1891). Simple type of Venturi meter. LXXXIII, 1210

;

Water Power and Compressed Air Transmission Plant for the North Star Company, Grass Valley, I'tah." Arthur Dp A\int Foote. (With Discussicin.

Water

"Proportional

(1891) (1896).

13 (1905).

"A

Success-

Stearns.

515 29(i

3IINING.

LXXI, 314 (1911). "On the Current-Meter, Together with a Reason Why the Maximum Velocity of Water Flowing in Open Channels is BeF. P^

— of

XXXVII.

Operation of an Irrigation System." Stevens. (With Discussion.) C.

low the Surface." 301 (1883).

XXXV.

"The 'Light Railways' of the Battle Front in France." Frank G. Jonah. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 1220 (1919-20).

(1895).

to

thi'

History of



ful "J.

XXIV,

of.

(1S9.")),

MILITARY ENGINEERING.

Discussion: Charles H. Miller,

Rudolph Hering, Morris R. Sherrerd. L. ,T. Le Conte, J. B. Lippincott, and E. E. Haskell. XLVII, 379. Current meter ratings. XLVII, 202 (1902). Current meter used in measuring ilow in Sudbury River Conduit. XII, 117 (1883). Current—. XLI, 2 (1899). Current used in North Metropolitan sewers. Massachusetts. XLVI, 78 (1901). Deacon waste water meter. XXXIV, 198

"Hydrometry as an Aid

212

Discussion. Clemens Herschel, Joseph B. Davis, Coleman Sellers, Julius E. Hilgard, Theodore G. Ellis, and Robert Briggs. V, 355 (1876).

"Current Meter and Weir Discharge Comparisons."

516

METRIC SYSTEM.

Streams

Discharge

Statistical

filtration

Use

.

Water meter testing plant. LIV, Water—. XLVI, 407 (1901).



and



XXXIV.

"A Water Meter ;

486,

concrete, for plant. LVII, 331,

(1906).

.335

Venturi

(1888).

Races

XL,

in.

,

:

563.

meter.

XXXVIII, 280

Ogden, Utah.

at

— Loss of head (1898) XLIV, 51 (1900). Venturi — of reinforced ,

"A Novel Application



(1001).

4.34

(1897).

Venturi

John Thomson.

Discussion,

(1S91).

XXXIV,

prevent waste.

XLVI.

Venturi—. Venturi—,

W. Ledoux.

J.

— to

185 (1895).



,

of Dam Building." Stanton. (With Discussion.) XXXV, 70 (1896). "On the Simultaneous Ignition of Thousands of Mines, and the Most Advantageous Grouping of Fuses." Julius H. Striedinger. VI, 177 (1877). Sulphur—. LIV, Part A, 125 (1905). Temperature in mines. XIII. 80 (1884). "The Conflagration now Existing in the Coal at Kidder Slope." Martin Coryell. III, 147 (1874). Discussion, III. 153; IV. 317 (1875).

for

a

Robert

Hovt.

(With Discussion.) LXVI, 106 (1910). "The Venturi Water Meter: An Instrument Making Use of a New Method of Gauging Water; Applicable to the Cases of Very Large Tubes, and of a Small Value Only, of the Liquid to be Gauged." Clemens Herschel. XVII, 228 (1887). Discussion. XVIII, 133 (1888). 71

New Method Brewster

MINING— rCo»//nMeri).

MOSQUITOES.



"The Control of Hydraulic in California by tlie Federal Government." William

W. 1

"The

Harts.

(With

Metals." Edwin N.

LVII,

Discussion.)

sion. (1908).

An

:

Informal

DiscusLXI, 438

Hawliins.

"The Operation of Mines in France." E. Gruner. (Translated from the French by Paul A. Seurot.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part A. 113

1904.)

(With

Discussion.)

XIII,

15

(1884).

MODELS. and

Hydraulic

other—.

LXXXII,

1140,

1149, 115G, 11G5 (1018).

BIOMENTS.



."

W.

(1913).

I,

244 (1872). Street Railways." Alfred F. Sears. 313 (1892). Discussion, XXVII,

— for

XXVII, 574.

LXXVI,

785

(1913).

"Behavior of Cement

493

"Comparative Tests of an Electric Motor and a Steam Locomotive on the Manhattan (Elevated) Railway, New York." Lincoln Moss. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 193 (1890). "Compressed Air as a Motor for Subterranean Railways." J. Dutton Steele.

S.

P. J. Wil-

J.

(With Discussion.)

MONOPOLIES. See ECONOMICS. MOBTABS.

LXXVI,

cussion.)

X, 135 (1881).

"The Theorem of Three—." liams.

767.

MOTIVE POWER.

"

"Exponent of the Principle of Auchincloss.

LXXVI,

"The Sanitation of Construction Camps." Harold Farnsworth Gray. (With Dis-

(1905).

"Water Power with High Pressures and Wrought-Iron Water Pipe." Hamilton Smith.

Spen-

eer Miller. LXXVI, 759 (19g3). Discussion Harold Farnsworth Gray, J. J. Rosenthal, B. P. Felt, Ralph H. Hunt, Robert A. Rutherfurd, Kenneth Allen, W. E. Britton, and Thomas H. Means,

(1906).

— of

'jk

"Prevention of Mosquito Breeding."

"Test of Power Required to Drive Electric Street Cars, and Total Effciency of Motor." Louis B. Bonnett. XXVII, 307 Discussion, XXVII, 675. (1892). "The Substitution of Electricity for Steam as

— under

Various Con-

tingencies of Use. With a Brief Discussion of Certain Tests, etc." F. Collingwood. XIV, 491 (1885). Cement, mortar and concrete used in the

Pennsylvania Avenue Subway.

XLVIII,

a

— for

Suburban

Findlev

Wallace.

XXXVII,

133

Traffic."

(With

John

Discussion.)

(1897).

COMPRESSED AIR: ELECTRIC POWER: STEAM: WATER POWER.

See also

3IOTOB TBUCKS.



:

sizes,

equipment, and cost of operation.

LXXVII,

1181

(1914).

488, 5.57 (1902).

"Compressive Strength of Cements and the Compression of and Settlement of Masonry." Report of Proaress of the Committee. XV, 717 (1880) XVII, 213 XVIII, 264 (1888). (18S7) "Impurities in Sand for Concrete." An Informal Discussion. Sanford E. Thompson and others. LXV, 250 (1909). Mortar as a preservative of steel. L, 320



;

:

(1903).

"Note on the Coefficient of Elasticity of Concrete and Mortar Beams during Flexure." Mvron S. Falk. (With DiscusL, 473

sion.)

(1903).

"Note on the Consolidation of Mortar." George W. Rafter. XLVIII, 96 (1902). "Notes on Cements. and Concretes." William Grant. H. (With Discussion.)



XXV,

259 (1891).

"Some Experiments with Mixed with Asphaltic Taylor

and

Discussion.) "Some of the

Thomas LXXVI,

— and

Concretes

Oils."

Sanborn.

Arthur (With

1094 (1913). Properties of Oil-Mixed Portland Cement Mortar and Concrete." Logan Waller Page. (With Discussion.) LXXIV, 255 (1911). "Specifications and Methods of Tests for Portland Cement." LXXXII, 166 (1918). Tensile strength of cement IX, 286 .



.

"The Action of Frost on Cement and Cement Mortar, Together with Other Experiments on These Materials." Ernest R. Matthews and James Watson. (With Discussion.) LXIV, 320 (1909). "The Effect of Freezing on Cement MorAlfred Noble.

XVI, 79 See also

"Comparative Tests of an Electric Motor and a Steam Locomotive on the Manhattan (Elevated) Railway, New York." Lincoln Moss. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 193 (1890). "Specifications for Metal Railroad Bridges Movable in a Vertical Plane." B. R. LXXVI. Leffler. (With Discussion.) 370 (1913). "Street on



the Government Tramways New South Wales." George XXVIII, 150 (1893). "Test of Power Required to Drive Electric Street Care, and Total Efficiency of Motor." Louis B. Bonnett. XXVII, 307 (1892). Discussion, XXVII, 675. "Triple Thermic Motor: Description, Operation and Results of a Single Expansion, Non-Condensing Steam Engine, Supplemented by the Evaporation of the Bisulphide of Carbon and Bxpansion of its Vapor, at Brush Electric Light Company, Cleveland, Ohio." Charles H. Hasat Sydney.

Downe.

well. XVII, 193 (1887). Weights of motor cars and

elevated railroads.

MOUNTAIN See

(1880).

tar."

MOTOBS.

(1887).

CEMENT.

(With Discussion.)

XXXVII,

trailers for 314 (1897).

SLIDES.

LAND-SLIDES,

3IOVABLE DAMS. "A Western Type of Movable Weir Dam." W. C. Hammatt. LXXVI, 121 (1913). Discussion Thomas C. Atwood, LXXVI, :

130.

Notes on the Great Kanawha Improvement, Tripping Bars and Improved Hurters ou Chanoine Wicket

"General

MOVABLE Dams,

I>AMS

XXXI,

Discussion.)

NOZZLES.

(Continned)

Addison M.

etc."

— used

American

on

F, 274. 287

Coefficient

(With

Loss of head in—. XIII, 376 (1884). "Proportional Water-Meter, Specially Adapted to Inferentially Measure the ." John Thomson. Total Discharge of (With Discussion.) XXIV. 528 (1891). "The Nozzle as an Accurate Water-Meter." (With Discussion.) •Tohn R. Freeman.

LIV,

rivers.

Part

449 (1905).

Hilpard.

E.

LIV,

XXIV,

(Inter.

Part

D,

Compensating Works

Lalce

"The Disintegration of the Egyptian Obein

lisk

Thomas

(With Discussion.)

OCEAN

MOVABLE SIDEWALKS. 1900.

Littoral

SHIP-BUILDING.

(With Discussion.)

ExecTited — Works 1891."

cussion.)

(1803).

(With

XL,

Discussion.)

(1898).



(1902).

,

OIL SEPARATORS.





Reservoirs in Califor(Construction Methods and Cost Data." E. D. Cole. (Witli l)iscu.3sioii.) LXXX, G91 (1916). nia

:

OIL WELLS.

Experiments

Showing the



See

WELLS.

,

Discussion,

III,

OPTICS.

4S

"Recent Improvements In Leveling Instruments." Dunbar D. Scott. LXXVI, 1172

NIAGARA GORGE.

(1913).



." the L. L. Discussion.) XXXII, 205

(With

contractors' plant. East River Tunnels, Pennsylvania Railroad. LXIX, 22 (1910).

"Concrete-Lined

(1909).

Character and Position of as Seen by Polarized Light." Louis Nickerson.

Buck.

,

OIL STORAGE.

NEUTRAL AXES.

Few Remarks

(1913).



Il-

in 435

CANALS: LAKES: RIVERS.

nsT4). III, 31 IV, 277 (1875).

1979

General Notes on Ocean Waves Wave Force." Theodore Cooper. (With Discussion.) XXXVI, 139 (1896). "Temperature of Water at Various Depths Smith. in Lakes and ." Hamilton (With Discussion.) XIII, 73 (18S4).

Dangers Threatening the of the Mississippi River and the Reclamation of its Alluvial Lands." B. M. Harrod. VII, 243 (1878). "The Low Stage of Lakes Huron and Michigan." C. E. Grunskv. (With DisLXIII, 31

LXXVI,

"Some and



"The

(1898).

OCEANS.

355

"Some Important Phases of Canal lustrated by Recent Experiments Germany." Elnathan Sweet. XLVII.

XL, 86

WAVES.

See



"A

Coast.

OCEAN WAVES.

"Reservoir System of the Great Lakes of the St Lawrence Basin: Its Relation to of the Proli'-ni Tnniroving th(> of These Bodies of Water and of Their Connecting Channels." Hiram M. Chit-

of

Pacific

"Tidal Phenomena in the Harbor of New York." H. de B. Parsons. (With Dis-

in France from 1876 Guillain. to F. (Translated from the French bv C. L. Crandall, assisted bv C. W. Sherman.) XXIX, 1

"A Record

the

"Origin of the Gulf Stream and Circulation of Waters in the Gulf of Mexico, with Special Reference to the Effect on Jettv Construction." N. B. Sweitzer.



"Inland in France." A. Chargu^raud. (Translated from the French bv Foster Crowell.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F. 2.3.=; iT.mr,).

See also

on

109 (1896).

(1890).

NAVIGATION.

cussion.)

current

XXXVI,

"Littoral Movements of the New Jersey Coast, with Remarks on Beach Protection and Jetty Reaction." Lewis M. Haupt. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 123

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE.

tenden.

B.\RS.

OCEAN CURRENTS.

Movable sidovn'k at Paris Exposition, XLI, 317 (1899).

"

the Central Park, New York." Egleston. XV, 79 (1886).

BARS.

See

See

492 (1891).

OBELISKS. the

of

Superior Power Company." G. F. Stickney. (With Discussion.) LIV. 346 (1905). "The Improvement of the Ohio River."

William L. Siliert. LXIII, 388 (1909).

(1889).

4.39

(1905).

"The

.304



(1905).

Natural Waterways. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part D, "Rolling Dams." K. Enp:. Cong. 1904.)

of

XXI,

of—.

539 "Movable Dams." B. F. Thomas. XXXIX. 431 (1898). Discussion.)

dlsckarge of various forms

(With

Scott. (1894).

about

ORDNANCE. "Ammunition

(1894).

for

Cannon."

Thales

L.

(Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part B, 283 (1905). "An Investigation to Determine the Strains in a Hollow Cast-Iron Disk, Cooled

Ames.

NICKEL-STEEL. See STEEL.

from the Interior." G. Leverich. XVIIl, 43 (1888). "Kxperinient.s on tlii' Front or Shield of the Experimental Casemate at Fort Monroe." J. G. Barnard. I, 173 (1872).

NOMOGRAPHS. "Nomographic Solutions Various Types." Discussion.)

R. C.

LXXVIII,

Formulas of Strachan. (With

for

1359

(1915).

73

PAVEMENT.

ORDNANCE— (Continued) "Fortifications."

Kng.

(Inter.

W.

George Cong.

Goethals.

LIV,

1904.)

"A Rational Formula

Part

Surfaces." 64 (1914).

A, 57 (1905).

"Gun Construction in Odus C. Horney.

the United States." Eng. Cong. (Inter. LIV, Part B, 209 (1905). Ordnance. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. Sir William H. White, H. T. Ashton, and George W. Burr. LIV, Part B, 389 (1905). "Seacoast Gun-Carriage Design and Con(Inter. struction." Edward P. O'Hern. Bug. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part B, 257

"A Review

XV, 123

Asphalt 1412

(1886).

pavements.

Eng.

Cong.

LIV,

1904.)

F. A. 363

XXVI,

Highway ConstrucW. C. Hammatt. (With DiscusLXXVII, 1760 (1914).

"California Practice in tion." sion.)

"Car Tracks and Pavements." James Owen.

XXXVII,

Part

63 (1897). Discussion,

XXXVII,

78.

B, 351 (1905).

"The Heavy Gun Question."

."

(1892).

LIV, Part B, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) 313 (1905). "The Art of Designing and Constructing John T. Thompson. Arms." Small (Inter.

1399,

1391,

Brick —

(With Discussion.)

Calkins. of Designing and Constructing George W. Burr. Artillery."

Mobile

LXXXII,

(1918).

"Brick Manufacture and

(1887).

Cost

O. B. Michae-

of

LXXXII, Durability

"Tests of Friction of Hydraulic CuppedLeather— ." Theodore Cooper. XVI, 30

Durability

401

(1887).

pavements.

various

(1892). Dpfinitioiis

XIII, 215 (1884).

PACKING.

XXVI,

417

of highwav encinpering terms 1420 et seq. (1918). of various pavements. XXVI,

(1892).

of

wooden pavements.

L,

315

(1903).

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Road Construction and on Standards for Their Test and Use." (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 1384 (1918). New York Citv Brief description of.

PAINTING. "Experiments on the Protection of Steel and Aluminum Exposed to Sea Water." (With P'';A. H. Sabin. First Pappr.

XXXVI,

cussion.)

483

(1896)

;

Supple-

2.52

XXXIII, 485 Steel A. H. Sabin.

"— Structural

(1874).

LX, 112 (1908). Exposed to (With Discus-



(1895).

The Present SituaLXXVII, 952 (1914). Discussion AUerton S. Cushman, Samuel Tobias Wagner, H. A. Gardner, A. :

:

Maximilian Toch, R. D. Coombs, Lewis D. Rights, and W. B. Carpenter,

Belcher,

LXXVII,

"— the Louisvillo and O. E. Selby. 19 (1898).

958. .Toffprsonville P.ridgp."

(With Discussion.) XXXIX,

"Rust; As Shown in the Removal of a Seventeen-Storv Building." T. Kennard LXXI, Thomson. (With Discussion.) (1911).

Sand-blast

XXXIX,

for cleaning 28 (1808).

Sand-blasting and

metal

— Niagara

before

548

CempiitroTicrptp P.nvpnipnts." An Informal Discussion. J. A. .Johnston and others. LXXVII, 118 (1914). "Road Construction and Maintenance:



Railway Arch

I)raiii:ij4'p

and

Fniiml-itions."

formal

Discussion.

others.

LXXV,

.504

James

An

Owen

:

In-

and

(1912).

"Road

Construction and Maintenance: Engineering Organizations for Highway Work." An Informal Discussion. Willis Whited, and others. LXXVII, 1074

AND

OF METALS.

(1914).

"Road Construction and Maintenance: Equipment and Methods for Maintaining



." An Informal Discussion. A. Usina, and J. I*. A. Maignen. LVII, 83 (1900). "Is It Unprofessional for an Engineer to be a Patentee?" Archibald R. Eldridge. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 314 (1902).

"Engineering

(1912).

"Road Construction and Maintenance

Bridge. LXXXIII. liC.iO (1919-2{)). Specifications for paint for steel terminal Railroad, New structures, Pennsylvania York. LXIX, 213, 218, 224 (1910). PROTECTION See also CORROSION

PATENTS.

.

1737" (1913).

"Pavements." An Informal Discussion. George W. Tillson. J. H. Haylow, ClifRichardson, ford Horace Andrews, Gardner S. Williams, Lansing H. Beach, E. M. T. Ryder, William H. Lawton, Philip W. Henry, B. Bienenfeld. Nelson P. Lewis, and Edward P. North. LIX, 336 (1907). "Rpiiiforcpd Foundations oypr Concrete Excavations on Paved Streets." .John McNeal. LX, 217 (1908). "Road Construction and Maintenance." An Informal Logan Waller Discussion. Page and others. LXXIII, 1 (1911). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Bituminous Surfncps " .\n Informal Discussion. A. W. Dean and others. LXXV,



Ill, St. Louis Bridge. Paint used for dry docks. " Structures Iron of Weather." E. Gerber.



LXXVI,

Discussion.) (With mentary Pappr. XLIII, 444 (1900). interior of tubes, Illinois and Method of

200

Discus-

(1910).

215 (1897).

"The Art

W.

1

"Asphalt and Asphalt Pavements." George W. Tillson. (With Discussion.) XXXVIII,

(1905).

tion."

LXVI,

:

"Steel: Its Properties; Its Use in Structures and in Heavy Guns." William (With Discussion.) XVI, 283 Metcalf.

sion.)

Street

LXXVII,

W. W. Crosby, E. H. Thomes, Richard Lamb, William W. Marr, and Nelson P. Levds, LXVI. 34. "An Account of Some Observations of Street Traffic." Francis V. Greene.

1904.)

lis.

Asphalt

Griffin.

Chicago Paving Practice."

of

Green.

E. sion P.

for

Alden

J.

Surfaces and Bituminous PavpniiMits." .\n Informal Discussion. William R. Farrington, H. B. Pullar, Arthur H. Blanchard, AV. H. Fulweiler, James H. Sturdevant, Herbert Spencer,

Bituminous

D.

T.

74

Hugh Boorman,

Philip P.

Sharpies,

PAVEMENT

PERCOLATION, See SEEPAGE.

(Continued).

William de H. Washington, and A. F. Masury. LXXVII, 1155 (1914). "Kciad Coiistrurtioii mid M;iintennnce Equipment for the Construction of Bituminous Surfaces and Bituminous Pavements." An Informal Discussion FranLXXVII, 171 cis P. Smith and others.

PERMANENT WAY. See

"The

(1914).

"Koad

Construction and Maintenance: Factors Limiting the Selection of Ma-

and

terials

of

An

Construction."

P. E. Green

sion.

1123

Methods

Informal

See

basco. (With Discussion.) II. 403 (1873). the Nasmyth Pile-Driver." D. J. Whittemore. XII, 441 (1883).

"On

1391,

PILE-DRIVING. Clamps or grips for pulling sheet

LXXXl, "

and

Use Mead.

192.

of

Paving

XXIX. 658 Daniel W. Discussion, XXX, 585 (1893). Use of wood blocks on roadway of Twelfth Street Viaduct, Kansas City, Mo. LXXX, 566 (1916). Wood block pavements. LXXXII, 1391, 1416 (1918). Brick." (1893).

XXVII,

Minton

"



569

(1915).

of

comrete



.

LXWIII.

1(>()2



used in pier at Fortress MonCast-iron XXVII, 111! (1892). roe, Va. "Clamp for Pulling Sheet Piling." Charles



"Pressures in Caused by Ihi' Gradual Closing of Turbine Gates." Norman R. Gibson. LXXXIII, 707 (1919-20). Discussion: Otto V. Kruse, Eugene E. Halmos, R. D. .Tohnson. Minton M. Warren, T. Noble Anderson, Ford Kurtz, and William P. Creager, LXXXIII, 741. "Pulsations in Pipe Lines, as Shown by Some Recent Tests." H. C. Veusano.

LXXXII,

XXXI,



(1872).

Bending

Surge-Tank Problems." Minton M. Warren. (With Discussion.) LXXIX,

(With Discussion.)

Eugene Len-

Discussion.)

Account of the Removal of some from the Bed of the ConnecBroken I, 275 ticut River." J. Albert Monroe.

"An

— and

238 (1915).

(With

a894).

M.

Warren. (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 250 (1918). construction of for hydroelectric plants. LXXIX, 1014, 1044 (1915).

Economic

129, 589.

PILES. "A Concrete Sewer on—." tilhon.

Tanks on Pipe Lines."

(1898).

,.,-„.

PENSTOCKS. "Air

XL, 250

Their Construction and Fac-

of



(1897).

XLIX,

Reed,

in in sand.



:

Manufacture

hollow wrought-

sinking

:

piling.

(1917).

Safety." Charles H. Haswell. (With Discussion.) XLII, 267 (1899). shi'et-iiiie oockcts. New York City pier. LXXXI, 517, 573 (1917). Harbor Dry at Pearl Pile tests and Dock. LXXX, 260, 299, 327 (1916). Improvement Harbor Tidal "Principles of as Applied at Wilmington. Cal." Clinton B. Sears. V, 388 (1876). Discussion, VI, 189 (1877). "The Ocean Pier at Coney Island. Charles Macdonald. VIII, 227 (1879). "The Structural Design of Building«.' Charles C. Schneider. (With DiscusLIV, 371 (1905). sion.) "The Supporting Power of Piles." Ernest P. Goodrich. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 180 (1902). n "Uniform Practice in—.' J. Foster CroDiscussion, XXVII. 99 (1892). wcll.

"The Maintenance of Asphalt Streets." James N. Hazlehurst. XLIX, 182 (1902). Discussion S. Whinery, Nelson P. Lewis S. Thompson, J. M. Evans, and C. "The

piles —iron Formulas

tors

Construction and Maintenance of Roads." Edward P. North. VIII, 95 Discussion, VIII, 333. (1879). "The Influence of Rails on Street Pavements." Edward P. North. (With Dis-

W. Boardman

509

Experiments

"The

70

see

"An Account of the Operation of the Gunpowder Pile-Driver." Samuel R. Pro-

1414 (1918). "Street Grades and Cross-Sections in Asphalt and Cement." Robert P. Woods. (With Discussion.) XLII. 1 (1899). "Street Paving Crowns, Washington, D. C." T. J. Powell. LXXIII, 22.5 (1911). Discussion: E. A. Steece, LXXIII, 228. "Street Traffic in New York City. 1885 and 1904." Clifford Richardson. (With Discussion.) LVII, 181 (1906).

XXXVII,

Piers,

PILE-DRIVERS.

LXXV,

LXXXII,

Bridge

to

PIEZOMETERS. See GAUGES.

L. P. Sibley, D. E.

A. Howell, W. W. Crosby, Will P. Blair, H. B. Pullar, and Arthur H. Blanchard. LXXV, 527 (1912). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Use of Bituminous Material in Penetration and Mixing Methods " An Informal Linn White and others. Discussion.

cussion.)

38

BRIDGE PIERS: CONCRETE: FOUNDATIONS: MASONRY.

McComn, W.

Stone

LXXVII,

WHARVES.

For material relating

Fil-

for

572 (1912). block pavements.

Maurice G. Par-

Discussion.)

PIERS.

Discus-

LXXVII,

and others.

(1914).

Samuel Whinery,

Engineering."

(With

(1914).

Brick and Bloc'k Pavements." An Informal Discussion. George W. Tillson, Theodor S. Oxholm, E. A. Kingslev,

— of

sons.

Highway

in

"Road Construction and Maintenance: lers

TRACK.

PHILOSOPHY.

E. Emery. XX, 118 (18S9). Comparison of pneumatic caissons with concrete—. LXI, 218 (1908). "Concrete—." Howard .7. C
185 (1918).

75

LXV,

488.

PILES— (Corif/rnfcrf)

— and method 834 (1910). Concrete — used in the Concrete

PILES of

them.

sinking

LXXVIII, 1128

pier.

"Construction

Pile Foundations Static Theory." John H. Griffith. (With Discussion.) LXX, 412 (1910). Use of concrete on Twelfth Street Viaduct, Kansas City, Mo. LXXX, 502,

A

construction of a



(1915).

Problems, Dumbarton

Bridge, Central California Railway." B. J. Schneider. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 1572 (1913). "Dams on Sand Foundations Some Principles Involved in Their Design, and the Law Governing the Depth of Penetration Required for Sheet-Piling." Arnold C. Koenig. (With Discussion.)

540,

469



Wrought 230

Wr

Pursued

Pier on

Monroe.

£^

Replacing Pile Foundation."

Ill,

in

58

(1874).

a J.

iSee

Discussion, IV,

COLUMNS. in

Water

a

(With

Dis-

LVIIL 71. "Ah Accident

to Steam Pipes Arising from the Use of Blast Furnace Wool." T. Egleston. (With Discussion.) XII, 253

X, 14 (1881).

proposed for North River Tunnels. LXVIII, 26, 42, 46, 216 (1910). Sheet-piling in comparison with pneumatic caisson work. LXl, 229 (1908). Specifications for used in bridges and subways. LXXV, 330 (1912). Steel used in north wall of Fremantle Graving Dock. LXXVI, 1950 (1913). Steel sheet-piling. LXII, 129 (1909). Steel sheet- piling used in coffer-dam for SiCrew-piles

(1883).

"An Experimental Study of the Resistances to the Flow of W^ater in Pipes." Augustus V. Saph and Ernest W. Schoder.



(With Discussion.)

LI, 253 (1903). large dimension in Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX, 662 (1916). Water Cast-Iron "Cement Joints for Mains." Clark H. Shaw. LXXXIII, 277



— of

Cast-iron

(1919-30). Discussion: Harry Y. Carson, F. M. Randlett, Walter Pearl, H. G. Moulton, H. B. Lynch, Edward R. Bowen, and George W. Pracy, LXXXIII,

1000-ft. pier, New York City. LXXXI, 498 (1917). "Steel Sheeting and Sheet-Piling." L. R. Gifford. LXIV, 441 (1909). Discussion:

288.

Charles W. Sherman, C. C. Conkling, Charles H. Higgins, Charles Evan Fowler, J. C. Meem, E. P. Goodrich, Frank W. Skinner, and R. B. Woodworth,

Construction

XXXVIII, Corrosion

of 258

and

LXXVIII, 857

LXIV, 452. "Sub-Aqueous Underpinning." A. G. Meno-

Cost

of

— laying

— at

Ogden,

steel (1897).

protection

of

Utah.

steel



(1915).

around

curves.

XLVII,

301 et seq. (1902).

"Description of a Line of Large WaterMains, l^aid by the Croton Aqueduct

sub-

way on Fulton Street, New York City. LXXXI, 87, et seq., 103 et seq. (1917).

Department of the City of New York and an Inquiry into the Causes of Failure of a Few of Them." A. W. Cra-

and Tunnels, with Practical Formulas for Earth Pressures." J. C. Meem. (With Discussion.) LX, 1 (1908). "The Railway Pile and Pontoon Bridge of

water-jet.



(With Discussion.) XXXI, 221 (1894). "Renewal of the Foundation, and Transfer of a Light-House in Pascagoula Harbor." J. W. Putnam. (With Discus-

"The Bracing

by

Baker, Clemens Herschel, D. C. Henny, G. P. Hawley, Andrew Swickard, A. M. Hunt, L. J. Le Conte, T. Chalkley Hatton, J. C. Ralston, C. D. Marx, D. Farrand Henry, and Edwin Duryea, Jr.,

Teredo Navalis on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company's Lines." R. Montfort.

— for

(1892).



the

cal. XI, 181 (1882). Tests of concrete underpinning

o n

VII, 14 (1878). "A Solution of the Problem of Determining the Economic Size of for HighPressure Water-Power Installation." Arthur L. Adams. (With Discussion.) LIX, 173 (1907). "Additional Information on the Durability ." of Wooden Stave Arthur L. Adams. LVIII, 05 (1907). Discussion: Shirley

"Observations on Dock Work in New York Harbor." J. A. Bensel. (With Discussion.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 3 (1905). Pile tests and pile-driving at Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX, 260, 299, 327

sion.)

— driven

t-i r

127

1

VIII,

Pier.

cussion.)

(1909).

— against

(1879).

u g h

LXXXI,

dams.

Coney Island

PIPE. "A Peculiar Case of Failure Main." D. McN. Stauffer.

205 (1875).

(1916).

,

PILLARS.

Stone Albert

"Notes upon Docks and Harbors." Luther Wagoner. (With Discussion.) LXII, 135

"Protecting

(1916). in



iron

XXVII,

XXXV,

.

569

(1917).

(1896).

"Method

547,

Use of sheet-piling

:

LXXIII, 175 (1911). Decay of entirely submerged

(Continued).

"The Ultimate Load on

LXXX,

Trenches

ven. I, 3 (1872). Discussion, I, 26. "Description of Some Expernnents Made on the Providence. R. I., Water-Works to Ascertain the Force of Water Ram in Pipes." Edmund B. Weston. XIV, 238

across the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien, Wis." John Lawler. (With Discussion.) XIII, 07 (1SS4). "The Reinforced Concrete Wharf of the United Fruit Company at Bocas del Toro, Panama." T. Howard Barnes. (With Discussion.) LXVI, 289 (1910).

(1885).



Design of

steel for hydro-electric plants. 1014 (1915). Details of cost and manufacture of conMexico. LXXII, crete at Monterrey,

LXXIX,



500,



"The Supporting Power of ." Ernest P. Goodrich. XLVIII, 180 (1902). Discussion: E. Sherman Gould, Horace J. Howe, and Joseph P. Carlin, XLVIII,

r,T.i

(19111.

Ralph C. Taggart. Discussion: William D. Kent, LXX, 31. Ennis, and William "Experimental Determination of Loss of "Expansion of Pipes."

LXX,

1

(1910).

Head Due

213.

76

to

Sudden Enlargement

in

VIVE— {Continued)

PIPE

(Continued) Circular Pipes." 999 (1913).

W. H. Archer. LXXVI,

"Experimeuts ou the Flow

Water

of

in

Wood Stave Pipes." E. A. Moritz. (With Discussion.) LXXIV, 411 (1911).



"External Corrosion of Cast-Iron

."

Mar-

K. Pugh. LXXVIII, 8UG (1910). Discussion C. P. Bowie, Kenneth Allen, William W. Brush, Samuel Tobias Wagner, K. C. Kellogg, A. D. Fliun, William J. Boucher, George M. Purver, W. J. E. Binnie, and Leonard S. Doteu, shall

"Submerged D.



XXXIV,

.

XXXIII, 257 (1895). Water in Wrought and Cast-

Flexible joint—.

"Flow

of

iron Pipes irom lib to ±^ ins. in meter." Isaac W. Smith. (With cussion.) XXXVI, 197 (1896). "Friction Coeflicient for Riveted

An

JJi-scussion. Inturmal XLII, 155 (1899). Infiltration of water into sewer

Hawks.

uiaDis-

Steel —

A.



.

XXVIII, "The Flow

433

XLIX,

aIlIj.

LXXVl,

;

(1918).

Mains without

Discussion, XVllI, 133 (1888).

"The Water Supply of the El Paso and Southwestern Railway from Carrizozo Santa Rosa, N. Mex." (With Discussion.)

to

J.

bell.

"On the Removal of Incrustation in Water Mains. A Description of the Operations Performed in Halifax, N. S. Canada." E. H. Keating. XI, 127 (1882).

LXXIX,

Variation in diameter of—. seq.

Norman

R. Gibson.

LXXXIII,

707

(1884).

Wood — at

Caused by the Turbine Gates." (With Discussion.)

of

Velocity

Water

from in

Changes

Pipes."

(With Discussion.)

Frizell. (1898).

XXXVI,

J.

XXXIX,

Wood — of Bear

of P. 1

pany, See also



I.

(With Discussion.)

:

— at

E.

of

Economic Conduit Location." Discussion.) (With

Hickok.

LXXVII, 778 (1914). "A Water Conduit under Pressure." John Fanning. VI, 69 (1877). Tanks on ." Minton M. Warren. (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 250 (1918). Croton Aqueduct. VI, 54 (1877). Data concerning some existing stave XLI, 43 (1899). Effect of San Francisco earthquake on—. LIX, 251 (1907). "Experiments on the Flow of Water in a 48-Inch Pipe." F. P. Stearns. (With Discussion.) XIV, 1 (1885). "Experiments on the Flow of Water In tha Six-Foot Steel and Wood Pipe Line of T.



"Air



XIX, 89

Economic Design and the Arthur L. Adams. XLI, 27 (1899). Astoria, Oregon, Water-Works. Its

of its Use."

(With Discussion.)

XXXVI,

INKS.

C.

(1888).

Economv

Irrigation Com112 (1895).

XXXIII,

AQUEDUCTS: CONDUITS: PIPE

"A Study

297 (1919-20). in Relation to Friction, Waste of Water in Mains." Charles

Brush.

135 (1894). 267

XXXVIII,

PIPE LINES.



and Loss

Utah.

Valley

California.

Water-Works.

XXXL

(1897).

for Carrying Water "Reinforced Concrete under Pressure." Chester Wason Smith, LX, 124 (1908). Discussion: F. Teichman, J. R. Worcester, Ernst F. Jonson, R. W. Lesley, William Gavin Taylor, and Thomas H. Wiggiu, LX, 142. VI, 69 (1877). G-ft. wood-stave penstock. Some dimensions of cast-iron water

LXXXIII, "Some Facts

Astoria, Oregon, 15 (1896). Colo.

Wood — at Denver, Wood — at Ogden,

(1919-20).

Resulting

"Pressures

et



in Penstocks Closing) of

Gradual

XLVII, 94

(1902).

"Water Power with High Pressures and Hamilton Water ." Wrought-Iron 15 XIII, Smith. (With Discussion.)

238 (1915).

"Pressures

L. CampLXX, 164

(1910).

Surge-Tank Problems." "Penstock and Minton M. Warren. (With Discussion.)

Steel

USSO).

337

"The Venturi Water Meter: An Instrument Making Use of a New Method of Gauging Water Applicable to the Cases of Very Large Tubes, and of a Small Value Uniy, ot the Liciuid to be Gauged." XVII, 228 (1887). Clemens Ilerschel.





112 (1902).

"The Flow of Water through Pipes." Hamilton Smith. XII, 119 (1883). "The Results of Investigations Relative to Formulas for the Flow of Water in Edmund B. Weston. (With Pipes." Discussion.) XXII, 1 (1890). "The Spongilla in Main Pipes." Desmond XV, (With Discussion.) l^'itzGei-aid.

(1899).

"Stave

352.

(1879).

E. C. Moore. Shutting (With Discussion.) XXXIV, 532 (1895). "Note on Kutter'a Diagram." Charles H. Swan. IX, 326 (188U). in New York City. XLI, 62 Old wood

B.

257,

"The Flow of Water in Wood Pipes." Theron A. Noble. (With Discussion.)

."



3C-In. Water off the Water."



(isi»7).

of Water in Pipes under PresVII, 114 Charles G. Darrach. sure." Discussion, VII, 122. (1878). "The Flow of Water in Small Channels, after Gauguillet and Kutter, with Kutter's Diagram Modified, and Graphical Tables with Special Reference to Sewer VIII, 1 Hering. R. Calculations."

ments on the Flow of Water through Pipes." James B. Francis. II, 45 (187i}). Design "Modern Practice in Wood Stave and Suggestions for Standard Specifica(With Discustions." J. F. Partridge.

LXXXII,

'.»;{

Effect of Tuberculation on the Delivery of a 4S-In. Water Main." James Duane. XXVIII, 26 (1893). Discussion,

— systems. XXIV, 251 (1S91). "Memorandum and Tables, Exhibiting the Results of Some of Darcy's Experi-

sion.)

Discussion.)

"The

1909 (1913). Life of water

"Moving Two

xxxviii,

sion.)

at Portland, Oregon."

(With (1915).

of Riveted by BackD. Clarke. (With Discus-

D.

Filling."

:

LXXVIII, 857. 64-in. flexible-joint steel intake 29 (1S95).

— Work

Clarke.

D.

LXXVIII, 1305 "The Distortion

21 (1896).

"Stoppage of Flow in a Water Main by Anchor Ice." James B. Francis. (With Discussion.) XVI, 171 (1887).

the 77

Pioneer

Electric

Power Company,

PIPE LINES

PIPE

(Continued).

D. Marr, Charles B. Wing, and Leander M. Hos(With Discussion), kins. First Paper Supplementary Paper XL, 471 (1898) (With Discussion), XLIV, 34 (1900). "Experiments on the Plow of Water in Wood Stave Pipes." E. A. Moritz. (With

Charles

Utah."

Ogden,

at

;

LXXIV, 411 (1911). Discussion.) Sudbury Aqueduct. of water in XXXV, 241 (1896). "Plow of Water in Wrought and Castiron Pipes from 28 to 42 Ins. in Diam(With Discuseter." Isaac W. Smith. sion.) XXXVI, 197 (1896). "Friction Coefficient for Riveted Steel An Informal Discussion. A. Pipe." McL. Hawks. XLII, 155 (1899). Gaugings of Rochester, N. Y. pipe line. XLIV, 56 (1900). Hydraulics of Sudbury River Conduit. XII, 114 (1883). "Line of 28-In. Cast-Iron Submerged Pipes across the Williamette River, at Portland, Ore." Franklin Riffle and Albert Riffle. S. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 257 (1895). "Notes and Suggestions on the Croton Water-Works and Supply, for the FuBenjamin S. Church. V, 107 ture." Discussion, V, 254; VI, 68 (1877). (1876). "Notes upon the Construction of a Water System for Placer Mining, and Suggestions for a New Method of Dam Building." Robert Brewster Stanton. (With Discussion.) XXXV, 70 (1890), "On the Hydraulics of the Hemlock Lake Conduit of the Rochester, N. Y., WaterWorks." George W. Rafter. XXVI, 13 Discussion, XXVI, 28. (1892). Pipe line at Grass Valley, Cal. XXXVI, Flow

173

Pipe

(1896). line for

XLIX, Pipe

water supply,

XXXI,

New kins.

Works.

(1890).

PISTOLS. See SaiALL, ARMS. PITOT TUBES. "Characteristics of Cup and Screw Current Meters: Performance of These

Meters in Tail-Races and Large Mountain Streams Statistical Synthesis of Discharge Curves." B. P. Groat. (With ;

Discussion.) Description of et seq.

Meters

(1910).

cent Tests." Discussion.)

10

6-ft.

,

as

H.

recording

flow

1148

as

indicated

(1913).

"Some Devices acy

or

tions."

for Increasing the AccurRapidity of Surveying OperaWalter Loring Webb. (With

XLVIII, 98

Discussion.)

(1902).

PLANIMETEBS. meter."

Oregon,

supply.

POLARIZED LIGHT.

Water-

LXX,

"A Record

LXXXII,

Vensano.



31

(1874). (1875).

164

185

Discussion,

III,

48;

IV,

277

POLLUTION OF STREAMS. See STREA3I CONTAMINATION.

(With

(1918).

PONTOON BRIDGES.

wood-stave penstock.

"Submerged Pipe Work

Experiments Showing the

of

Character and Position of Neutral Axes, ." as Seen by Louis Nickerson. Ill,

Shown by Some ReC.

of the Polar PlaniCharles B. Emery. XVIII, 312

(1888).

(1896).

water



6

(1902).

for

by—. LXXVI,

(1915).

"Pulsations in

819 (1913). —LXXVI, and their use. XLVII,

PLANE TABLES.



railroad

15

XIII,

Discussion.)

(1884).

Pipe line of Bear Valley Irrigation Company, California. XXXIII, 112 (1895). for Morenci Water Company. LXXIX,

— 1289 for

(With

Smith.

See also PIPE.

"A Novel Application

Astoria,

XXXVI,

Surveying on Division No. 6, Croton Aqueduct." F. W. WatXXIII, 17 (With Discussion.)

"Water Power with High Pressures and Wrought-Iron Water Pipe." Hamilton

from Huacal Dam. Sonora, Mexand test of its capacity. LXXVIII,

596 (1915). line of

(1894).

520 (1913).

"Tunnel

112 (1902).

Pipe

143

"Tufa Cement, as Manufactured and Used on the Los Angeles Aqueduct." J. B. Lippincott. (With Discussion.) LXXVI,

line

ico,

Company

Power

Henry Goldmark. (With Discussion.) XXXVIII, 246 (1897). 30-in. pipe line of Denver Water-Works.

Wash.

Seattle,

lal'S'ES— (Continued)

the Pioneer Electric at Ogden, Utah."

VI, 69 (1877). at Portland, Ore-

"The Railway

Pile

and Pontoon Bridge

across the Mississippi River at Prairie du Chien, Wis." John Lawler. (With Discussion.) XIII, 67 (1884).

D. D. Clarke. LXXVIII, 1305 Discussion: F. M. Randlett, Ben S. Morrow, Clemens Herschel, Kenneth Allen, R. C. Kellogg, Thomas H. Wiggin, W. E. Spear, J. P. Hogan, W. W. Brush, L. J. Le Conte, C. D. Ward, and W. R. Phillips, LXXVIII, 1324. Texas Creek, Cal.,—. XIII, 28 (1884). "The Construction of the Klondike Pipe Line." W. W. Edwards. LXXVIII, 547 Discussion: G. B. Pillsbury, and (1915). Walter S. Wheeler, LXXVIII, 560. Distortion of Riveted Pipe by Back"The (With DiscusFilling." D. D. Clarke.

gon."

(1915).

POPULATION. Probable future

— in

politan District, other cities and 118 (1916).

San Francisco Metroand comparison with districts.

LXXX,

7,

PORTAGE. "Early Surveys and Reports in Reference to the Transmission of Trade across the Allegheny Mountains in the State of Pennsylvania, known as the Allegheny ." Moncure Robinon. XV, 181 (1886).

XXXVIII, 93 (1897). Effect of Tuberculation on the Delivery of a 48-In. Water Main." James

sion.)



"The

Duane. XXVIII, 26 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII, 257, 352. "The Power Plant, Pipe Line and Dam of

PORTS. See 78

HARBORS.

POWER

POWEB. See COMPBESSED AIK: ELECTRIC POWER: STEAM: STEAM POWEB: WATER POWER.

V\.\'SrS— {Continued) "The Power Plant, Pipe Line and

(With Discussion.) XXXVIII, 246 (1897). "The Pumping Plant of the Morenci Water Company." W. L. Du Moulin. (With

POWER BRAKES. "

— for

Freight Trains.'

XIV, 405

William P. Shinn.

Hijrh-Voltage I'owor Transmission." M. H. Gerry, Jr. (With Discussion.) L, 212 (1903). "Bibliography on Valuation of Public Util-

and

McKee. L. 245. in Continuous Rope Driving." Miller. (With Discussion.) XXXIX, 105 (18981. "A Simple Method of Computing Deflections of a Cnlilp Span Carrying Multiple Loads Evenly Spaced." F. C. Carstarphen.

sion.)

(1896).

Power: Generating Stations and L. B. Stillwell. (With Discussion.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 357 (1905). "Electrical Transmission from Niagara." Benjamin Rhodes. XIV, 205 (1885). "Overhead Construction for High-Tenslon Electric Traction or Transmission." R. D. Coombs. LX, 505 (1908). Discussion Joseph Mayer, W. K. Archbold, Charles Rufus Harte, Farley Osgood,

"Electrical

South Boston

Transmission."



Galloway. LXXIX, 1000 (1915). Discussion William P. Creager, E. Newman, H. Homberger, and Arnold Pfau,

:

:

and W.

1036.

(With Discus-

(1909).

"The Hydraulic Plant of the Puget Sound Power Company." Edwin H. Warner. (With Discussion.) LV, 228 (1905). "The Hydro-Electric Development and Transmission Lines of the Canadian Niagara Power Company." A. H. Van

:

199

(1909).

LVIII. 51. "Transmission of Power in Operating Cable Railways." Robert Gillham. XXIX, 543

"The Lock 12 Development of the Alabama Power Company, Coosa River, Alabama." E. L. Sayers and A. C. Polk. (With Discussion.! LXXVIII. Mil!) (11)1.^)). "The Necaxa Plant of the Mexican Light and Power Company." F. S. Pearson and F. O. Black well. (With Discussion.)

Power

W.

"The Lock 12 Development of the Alabama Power Company, Coosa River, Alabama." E. L. Savers and A. C. Polk. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 1409 (1915). "The Necaxa Plant of the Mexican Light and Power Company." F. S. Pearson and F. O. Blackwell. LVIII, 37 (1907.) Discussion Edwin H. Warner, H. F. Labello. F. G. Baum, and J. D. Galloway,

(1803).

LVIII, 37 (1907). "The Ninety-Sixth Street

D.

LX, 160

Development and Hydro-Electric Transmission Lines of the Canadian Niagara Power Company." A. H. Van LXII, 199 Cleve. (With Discussion.)

Installa-

LXII,

539.

'Towers."

(With Discussion.)

"The

(1894).

(With Discussion.)

Concrete

(1908).

Utilizing the Famous Jnanacatian Water-Falls 28 Km. Distant from Guadalajara." Rafael M. de Arozarena.

Cleve.

Murray, LX.

Krellwitz.

tion,

089

S.

"Reinforced

"The Electric Station of the Citizens' Light and Power Company of Rochester, N.

XXIX,

171 (1896). of electric and compressed air of power. XXXVI, 192

transmission

,

335

XXXVI,

Comparison

York. LXIX, 284, 333 (1910). Power stations of the New York Central & Hudson River R. R. LXI, 78 (1908). "The Design of Hydro-Electric ." J. D.

XXXI.

Air

Transmission Plant for the North Star Mining Company, Grass Valley, Cal." Arthur De Wint Foote. (With Discus-

XLIII,

Robert Cartwright.

Discussion.)

(With

LXXXIII, 1383 (1919-20). Water Power and Compressed

"A

Terminal. 150 (1900). — at Ontario, California. LV, 173 (1905). — Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, New

sion.)

R.

.T.

Spencer

Hydraulic Similarity." Benjamin F. LXXXII, Groat. (With Discussion.) 1138 (1918). Power house, Astoria, Oregon, WaterWorks. XXXVI, 35 (1890).

"The Guadalajara Electric-Light

(1896).

"A Problem

"Construction of the Power-House of the Rochester Power Company, adjacent to Genesee Falls, Rochester, N. Y." Robert Cartwright. XXVIII, 19 (1893). "Electrical Power: Generating Stations and Transmission." L. B. Stillwell. (With Discussion.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 357 (1905). "Ice Diversion, Hydraulic Models, and

at

429

M. H. Gerry, Jr., L. 212 (1903). Discussion: F. O. Blackwell, P. H. Thomas, W. B. Potter,

and Its Application to the Precise Testing of Hydro-Electric Generators." Benjamin P. Groat. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 951 (1916).

Y."

(1915).

"A High-Voltage—."

2133 (1913).

"Chemi-Hydrometry

LXXIX,

1268

POWER STATIONS. See POWEB PLANTS. POWER TR.4lNSMISSION.

"A

Power house equipment

XXXV,

Discussion.)

POWEB PLANTS.

LXXVI,

LXXIX,

Discussion.)

"The Twenty-Eighth Street Central Station of the United Electric Light and Power Company." H. W. York. (With

(1885),

POWEB HOUSES. See POWEB PLANTS.

ities."

Dam

of the Pioneer Electric Power Company Henry Goldmark. Ogden, Utah." at

(1893).

Discussion,

XXX,

548 (1893).

PRECIPITATION. See RAINFALL.

rRE.SEBVATION OF TIMBER.

Station

of the Metroi)olitan Street Railway Company, of Now York Citv." L. G. Montony. (With Discussion.) XLIV, 119

"A Proposed Method

Kummer. (With

for the Discussion.)



."

F.

XLIV,

A. 181

(1900).

Data for vulcanizing.

(1900).

79

XXXVII,

320 (1897).

PRESERVATION OF TIMBER^(Conf.)

PROBABILITIES, THEORY OF

Effect of preservative methods on strength of timber. LI, 83 (1903). "Preservation of Tinil)er." Reiioit of the

Probability

Committee.

Preliminary Report. XI, 325 Discussion, XI, 355; Pinal Re-

(1882).

XIV, 247

port,

(1885).

for

1402

1417.

wood

blocks.

417

LXXVII,

203

LXXXII,

(1918).

LXX VI,

ory.

B. Greg-

W.

B. Greg-

PUDDLE. Use

214

See

Canal pumping works in Chicago. 683 (1892).

Centrifugal sand

— — of

Preservation of Railway Ties in Europe." O. Chanute. (With Discus-

Holland.

"Efficiency of ter Flagg.

Steam Vacuum

ragansett

XLV, 498 (1901). "The—." J. W. Putnam.

XXVI,

Drainage

V,

Hydraulic rams

"The

Bay

— 622 ."

(1892). J.

Fos-

381 (1876). for water-works of Narcoaling station. LVII, 224

(1900).

sion.)

F. zur

Ned-

Pumping

En-

"Induced Currents of Fluids." (With Discussion.) den.

IX, 206 (1880). or Ship-Worm." G. (With Discussion.) Ill,

Navalis,

(1916).

Water-Works

"Municipal

(1874).

Irving H. Cong. 1904.)

gines."

"Timber Preservation Its Development and Present Scope." Walter Buehler. LXXI, .364 (1911). Discussion: Richard Lamb, J. Martin Schreiber, George W. Tillson, Ernest F. Hartmann, A. L. Dean, and Clifford Richardson, LXXI, 374. Treatment of paving blocks. LXVI, 20 :

Eng.

LXXX,

Reynolds. LIV, Part

844

(Inter.

D,

513

(1905).

Pumping Machinery.

Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part D,

— 533 for

(1905).

contractors' pressure, hydraulic Pennsylvania Railroad Tunnels, York. LXIX, 32 (1910). "Rebuilding Three Large Pumping EnLXXV, 649 gines." Charles B. Buerger. plant,

(1910).

New

PRESSES.

— for

Letter-Press Printing, EmCutting and Scoring." John

XXXII,

493

(1912).

EARTH

(1894).

PRESSURES:



used in dredging. XL, 290 (1898). "Test of a Three-Stage, Direct-Connected, Philip E. Centrifugal Pumping Unit." Harroun. LVI. 144 (1906). Discussion: Richards, C. D. Marx, Arthur L. J.

Sand

PRESSURES.

WATER

Adams, Joseph N. Le Conte, Elmo

PRESSURES.

Harris,

W.



Presses for Letter-Press bossing, Cutting and Scoring." Thomson. XXXII, 493 (1894).

,

G.

F. Dunham, Edwin Duryea, Jr.,

B. Gregory, H.

Clvde Potts, LVI, 1.50.

PRINTING. "Platen

XXVI,

LIV, in dredging. (1905). LXXIV, stations.

15 (1911).

An

Informal Discussion. William Barclay Parsons and others. L,

See

— used

Part C, 303, 391, 479 and pumping Cost of

293 (1903).

Thomson.

ENGINES.

PUMPS.

"The Preservation of Materials of Con-

bossing,

J.

V, 381 (1876).

PUMPING ENGINES.

(1879).

"Platen

Steam Vacuum Pumps."

Foster Flagg.

(1882).

R. Bayley.

(1894).

"Efflciencv of

"The Permanent Way of Railwavs in Great Britain and Ireland, with Especial Reference to the Use of Timber Preserved and Unpreserved." John Bogart. VIII.

155



in

PULSOMETERS.

Creosote Oil." H. R. Stanford. LVI, 1 (1906). Discussion: James C. Haugh, J L. Campbell, Cliff S. Walker, E. H. Bowser, L. J. Le Conte, John B. Lindsey, Jr., and W. K. Hatt, LVI, 10. "The Kyan Process for—. Its Use and Effect at Fort Ontario, New York, 1839 to 18S2." William P. Judson. XI, 345

W.

materials

"The Pulp Mill of the Cliff Paper Company of Niagara Falls, N. Y." Wallace C. Johnson. (With Discussion.) XXXII,

"The Inspection of Treatment for the Protection of Timber by the Injection of

"The Teredo

clay and other 658 (1892).

PULP MILLS.

Artificial Preservation of Railroad Ties by the Use of Zinc Chloride." Wal(With Discussion.) XLII,

ter W. Curtis. 288 (1899).

struction."

of

XXVI,

1192 (1913).

"The

17,

(1914).

TER POWER: WATER WORKS.

(1894).

W.

1539

PUBLIC UTILITIES. See ELECTRIC RAILWAYS: GAS AND GAS-WORKS: POWER PLANTS: RAILROADS: RATE-MAKING. STREET RAILWAYS: TELEGRAPH: TELEPHONES: VALUATION: WA-

Preservatives for wood stave pipe. LXXXII, 441 et seq. (1918). "Protecting Piles Against the Teredo Navalis on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company's Lines." R. Montfort. (With Discussion.) XXXI, 221

"Tests of Creosoted Timber." ory. LXX, 37 (1910). "Tests of Creosoted Timber."

(1914).

"Storage to be Provided in Impounding Reservoirs for Municipal Water Supply." Allen Hazen. (With Discussion.)

(1898).

Preservatives

1549

684,

251 (1901).

Discussion, XIV,

372.

— at Wilmington Harbor, Cal. V, (1876). Discussion, VI, 189 (1877). — from marine wood-borers. XL,

paper for plotting diagrams.

LXXVII,

"Short and Easy Methods for Computing Probable Errors." E. A. Fuertes. XLVI.

and

"Tho Installation of a PnMunatie Pumning LIV, 1 Arthur H. Diamant. Plant." Discussion: Elmo G. Harris, and (1905).

EmJohn

Edward Wegmann, LIV, 80

19.

PUMPS— (Confmwed)

RAILROAD STATIONS— (Conh'Mwed).



"The Principles

." of Design of Velocity William Mayo Venable. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 473 (1905). "Theory of Centrifugal and Fans: Analysis of Their Action, with Suggestions



Designs.' Elmo (i. Harris. LI. Ititi (1903). Discussion: William Mayo Venable, E. T. Adams, Allen Hazen, Joseph

Joseph M. Wilson.

XXXIV,

Mayer, and Theodore Horton, LI, of Holland. XXVI, 622

224. (1892).

QUARRYING.

— operations,

12

Development, Ala-

LXXVIII,

1506

(1915).

See also

QUICKSAND. 51)0

"

— in

and discussion

Excavation."

of



XLIII, 582

.

"British

INCLINED RAILWAYS.

Theodore Foxlee. LIV, Part F,

AVilliam

Cong. 1904).

Terminal

Station,

LXXVI,

New

(1910).



RAILROAD STATIONS. Description of Diagonal Station, Lexington

Avenue

Subway,

LXXXII,

280, 320

New

York

(1918).

Location and design of terminal 401, 417, 423, 428, 435



.

City.

1

a d e Ip h

i

(1875).

Pennsylvania

Discussion,

IV,

240,

251,

Railroad."

Charles

W.

Railroad. Certain Engineering Structures of the New York Terminal Area." George B. Francis and Joseph H. O'Brien. LXIX, 152 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Contractors' Plant for East River Tunnels." Henry Japp. LXIX, 1, 393 (1910). The iNew York I'liiinc! Lxicnsion of the Discussion on Pennsylvania Railroad. the Sixteen Papers Descriptive of This Work. Edwarci Wegmann, Charles B. Frasr>r, Henry Japp, A. Bartoccini, C. L. Harrison, J. V. Davies, William J. Wilgus, Charles S. Churchill, G. R. Hen-

Pennsylvania

a.

LXXVI,

& Hudson i:il

1

Raymond. LXVIII, 1 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the

,

i

(1913).

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the

LXXVI, 1680 (1913). — of Illinois Central R. R. at Chicago. XXXVIII, 315 (1897). — on Manhattan Elevated Railways. LXXXII, 559, 572, 722 (1918). — Philadelphia Germantown and NorrisPh

1680

252.

(1910).

of New York Central Kivcr R. K. traiii-slicd. LXI.

(1911).

:

IV,

LXIX,

New York Central and Pennsylvania — in New York City, Brief description of.

Railroad, in 1865 (1913).

352

Railroad Terminals. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. Albert P. Greensfelder, Wilkie AVoodard, George W. Parsons, E. E. R. Tratman, S. G. Homfray, AV. M. Camp, Robert Moore, Charles L. Morgan, and Elmer L. Corthell. LIV, Part F, ."»27 (1905). " Review of General Practice." Elmer L. Corthell. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904). LIV, Part F. 499 (19051. "Rapid Transit and Terminal Freight Facilities." Report of the Committee.

Harrison Transfer Yard, Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal. LXVIII, 76 201, 259

LXXIV,

New York Central and Pennsylvania — in New York City, Brief description of.

— at

town

."



troit.



RAILROAD PLATFORMS.

Removal



(Inter. Eng. (1905).

441

493 (1905).

." Condensation in Cast-Iron William J. Baldwin. XXXII, 34 (1894).

York, LXIX,

11 (1911).

Michigan Central Railroad Terminal at De-

of

(1910). — Pennsylvania

LXXI,

"French ." Ernest Pontzen. (Translated from the French by Paul A. Seurot.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F,

RADIATORS. "Tests

512

R.4ILROAD TERMINALS.

Charles L. McAlpine. X, 275 (1881).

RACK RAILROADS. See

XXX,

South Terminal Station, Boston, Mass." George B. Francis. (With Discussion.) XLIII, 107 (1900). See also RAILROAD TERMINALS.

(1900).

(With Discussion.)

Discussion,

"The

QUAY WALLS. See RETAINING WALLS. Definition

295 (1893).

(1893).

"The Reconstruction of the Passenger Terminals at Washington, D. C." W. F. Strouse.

BLASTING.

277 (1893).

"The Rearrangement of the Railway Terminal System at Altona, with Special Reference to the Avoidance of Grade Crossings." K. Caesar. (Translated from the German by Wm. H. Searles.)

XXIX,

Lock

bama Power Company

XXIX,

Mansfield Merriman.)

t'(ir

Wind mill—

(With Discussion.)

115 (1S95).

"The Rearrangement of Railroad Tracks and Stations in Cologne, Prussia." F. Lohse. (Translated from the German by

(I'.HI.S).

"The Detroit Union Depot Viaduct." .T. W. XXVIII, Schaub, (With Discussion.) 309 (1893).

"The New Railway Stations at Dresden." Kopcke and O. Klette. XXX, 450 C. (1893).

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the

Edwin B. Katte, George A. Harwood, N. W^ Storer, J. H. Gandolfo, E. LXIX, 388 R. Hill, and George Gibbs. derson,

Certain EngiPennsylvania Railroad. neering Structures of the New York TerGeorge B. Francis and minal Area." Joseph H. O'Brien. LXIX, 153 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Station ConPennsylvania Railroad. struction, Road, Track, Yard Equipment, Traction, and Locomotives." Electric George Gibbs. LXIX, 226. 434 (1910). "The Philadelphia and Reading Terminal Railroad and Station in Philadelphia."

(1910).

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Railroad. Meadows Division and Harrison Transfer Yard." E. B. Temple. LXVIII, 75 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the ConRailroad. Station I'ennsylvania struction, Road, Track, Yard Equipment,

I'ennsylvania

81

RAILROAD YA^VS— (Continued)

RAILROAD TERMINALS— (Confinwcd).

LXXIV,

George

"A Method

C.

91

C.

LXXV,

of.

XXVI,

XXVI,

(1880).

Roads, Railways and River ComFrederico munications in Portugal."

"Common

Augusto Pimental. XXIX, 299 (1893). "Construction Methods for Rogers Pass Tunnel." A. C. Dennis. (With Discus-

Jr.

sion.)

LXXXI,

448 (1917).

Delaware & Hudson Canal and Railway, Early history of. VI. 44 (1877). "Early History of Railways and Origin Dutton Steele. (With of Gauge." .T.

226 (1912).

"The Rearrangement of the Railway Terminal System at Altona, with Special Reference to the Avoidance of Grade

Discussion.)

II,

53

(1873).

"Early Surveys and Reports in Reference to the Transmission of Trade across the Allegheny Mountains in the State of Pennsylvania, known as the AlleMoncure Robinson. gheny Portage."

(Translated Caesar. R. Crossings." from the German by Wm. H. Searles.) XXIX, 295 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 512 (1893). "The Reconstruction of the Passenger Terminals at Washington, D. C." W. F. Strouse. LXXI, 11 (1911). See also RAILROAD STATIONS.

XV, 181 (1886). "Electricity versus Steam for Branch Railroad Lines." An Informal Discussion. H. S. Haines and others. XLII, 375 (1899).



"Emergencies on ." Channing M. Bolton. (With Discussion.) XXVIl, 39 (1892). Compared." Ed"English and American

RAILROAD YARDS. ,

(1872).

"Cheap Transportation vs. Rapid Transit and Delivery." Martin Coryell. IX, 401

LXVIII, 303 (1910). "The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of New York." B. F. Cresson, Jr. (With Discussion.)

323

(1916).



Clarke.

Cresson,

I.

1543

283 (1892). Railroad, Early his535 (1892). "Bibliography on Valuation of Public UtilLXXVI, 2133 (1913). ities." "Bridging Cafions Lengthwise." Howard XXVI, 521 (1892). Hinckley. V. terminating in New Brief description of 1680 (1913). LXXVI, York City.

(1910).

F.

Clarke.

tory

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the The Terminal Pennsylvania Railroad. B.

Owned

Lippincott.

Baltimore and Ohio

LXVIII, 340 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsvlvania Railroad. The Sunnyside Yard." Louis H. Barker. LXIX, 132

Station-West."

LXXX,

Discussion.)

.

George

B.

J.

Account of Callao, Lima & Oroya Railway, Peru. V, 240 (1876). "Availability of the Canons of the Colorado River of the West for Railway Purposes." Robert Brewster Stanton. (With

^ ^^ "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The North River Tunnels." B. H. M. Hewett and W. L. Brown. LXVIII, 152 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Site of the

Station."

Municipally

for

:

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The North River Division." Charles M. Jacobs. LXVIII,

Terminal

Rate

Utilities."

Discussion: T. K. Mathewson, H. T. Douglas, W. T. Ingram, L. Perez Castro, T. M. R. Talcott, and H. M. Taylor, LXXX, lOlXt. "Accidents to Railway Structures." Thos.

(1910).

32 (1910).

(1912).

Determining a Reasonable

of

Service

Public

Low.

LXIX,

LXIX,

Clarke.

226

(1911).

(With Discussion.) LXXXI, 413 (1917). "A Review of the Report of Captain Andrew Talcott, Chief Engineer, Mexico and Pacific Railroad, Eastern Division, Explorafrom Vera Cruz to Mexico tions, Surveys, Estimates, 1858." Emile

.

C.

354

RAILROADS.

^ ^^ "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Long Island Approaches to the East River Tun-

nels."

132

RAILROAD TERMINALS.

See also

(1910).

Green.

LXXV,

Discussion.)

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Lining of the Four Permanent Shafts of the East M.

LXIX,

Windsor Yard, Michigan Central Railroad.

(1910).

F.

Barker.

H.

(1910).

"The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of New York." B. F. Cresson, Jr. (With

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The East River Tunnels." James H. Brace, Francis Mason, and S. H. Woodard. LXVIII, 419

River Division." 78 (1910).

Louis

Yard."

Locomotives. and Traction, George Gibbs. LXIX. 226. 434 (1010). of the Extension Tunnel York "The New Peniisvlvania Railroad. The Berfjen Hill (lOlOK LXVIII. 84 Lavis. Tunne"ls." F. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Cross-Town Pennsylvania Railroad. The Tunne'ls." James H. Brace and FranLXVIII, 391 (1910). cis Mason. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The East River LXVIII, 62 Alfred Noble. Division." Electric

Philadelphia Germantown and Norristown Railroad, in Philadelphia. LXXVI,



ward Bates Dorsey.

1874 (1913).

First Paper,

XV, 1 XV,

Supplementary Paper, (Jan., 1886) 733 (Nov., 1886). Discussion, XV,

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsvlvania Railroad. Meadows Division and Harrison Transfer Yard." E. B. Temple. LXVIII, 75 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Station ConPennsylvania Railroad. struction, Road, Track, Yard Equipment, Locomotives. and Mectric Traction, George Gibbs. LXIX, 226, 434 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Sunnyside

;



745.

Compared In "English and American Bates Expenses." Edward Operating Dorsey. XX, 131 (1889). "European Railways, as They Appear to American Engineer." W. Howard ail White. Ill, 61 (1874). Discussion, IV,

'

263

"Final to

82

(1875).

„ , „ Report of the Special Committee Formulate Principles and Methods .

TlAl'L'ROATiS— (Continued) for the Valuation of Railroad Property and Other Public Utilities." ("With Dis-

LXXXI,

cussion.)

1311

(1917). Construction vs.

GovernRailway ment Controlled and Owned Railways."

"Free B.

Bates

XXV,

Dorsey.

(With

Discussion.)

628 (1891).

"Harper's Ferry Improvement." William Lee Sisson. XXXII, 351 (1894). "Heavy Railway Construction in Wyoming." J. I. Boggs. XLVI, 1 (1901). Discussion Emile Low, XLVI, 17. "History of the Pennsylvania Avenue Subway, Philadelphia, and Sewer Construction Connected Therewith." George S. Webster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XLIV, 1 (1900). "How can Railways be Made More Efficient in the Transportation of Freight?" (Dis cussion on Paper No. 248, Vol. XI, p. William P. Shinn. XII, 189 (1883). 365.) :

history

of.

VI, 61 (1877).

XXIX,

Transportation." F. A. Mahan. 97 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 457

(1893).

Robert A. Shailer, W. A. Haven, John M. Goodwin, Albert Lucius, E. P. Dawley, C. A. Marshall, D. J. Whittemore, Theodore Cooper, H. Stanley Goodwin, A. M. Wellington, Percival Roberts, .ir. C. C. Schneider, C. Frank Allen, John Bogart, Frederic Graff, Robert I. Sloan, J. Foster Flagg, J. J. R. Croes, William Kent, Robert Moore, and William XVII, 259 (1887). J. McAlpine. Lumber in Northwestern Pennsylvania.



119

(1891).

"Method Used by the Railroad Commission, of Texas, under the Stock and Bond Law, in Valuing Railroad Properties." R. A. Thompson. LII, 328 (1904). Discussion E. L. Corthell, F. Lavis, W. H. Coverdale, and W. D. Taylor, LII, 346. "Methods of Reducing the Cost of Railroad Construction." Alfred F. Sears. II, 1 (1873). Mohawk & Hudson Railway, Early history VI, 49 (1877). of. "Mountain Railroad Construction." William Barclay Parsons. XXV, 119 (1891). "Notes on a Mountain Slide." W. G. CurXXIV, 556 tis. (With Discussion.) :

(1891).

"On Form of Railway Excavations and Whittemore. Embankments." D. J. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 255 (1894). "On the Increased Efficiency of Railways Transportation of Freight." P. Shinn. XI, 365 (1882). DiscusXII, 126, 180, 189, 339 (1883). ." "Physical Valuation of William J. Wilgus. LXXVII, 203 (1914). Discussion: Maurice G. Parsons, J. Frank Aldrlch, J. Shirley Eaton, C. P. Howard, M. H. Brlnkley, Albin G. Nicolaysen, P, A. Molltor. Halbert P. Gillette, J. E. Willoughby, S. Whinery, F. Lavis, Wilfor

Wm.

the

Bion,



Crehore, Alexander C. HumH. Gandolfo. T. Kennard J. Thomson, Charles S. Churchill, R. D. Coombfl, Colin M. Ingersoll, Arthur M. Waitt, Stevenson Taylor, F. C. Hand,

liam W. phreys,

Georse

Wood.

T. Hammond, LXXIV. 135.

and

Fred

J.

"Railroad Discrimination against New York and the Remedy." Abel E. Blackmar. XLVI, 182 (1901). Discussion: H. S. Haines, Walter G. Berg, Edward P. North, Andrew H. Green, George Y. Wisner, William G. Raymond, Herman Conrow, and George W. Rafter, XLVI, 195. "Railroad Location." Michael L. Lynch. Discussion.) XXXI, 81 (1894). — at(With Paris Exposition of 1900. XLI, 323 (1899). " — in the Republic of Mexico in 1893."

(Translated from the

XXIX,

Spanish by Foster Crowell.)

357

(1893).

"Inspection and Maintenance of Railway Structures." A Discussion. John A. Wilson, Willard S. Pope, George H. Pegram, G. Bouscaren, W. S. Lincoln, Joseph M. Wilson, James G. Dagron, J. A. L. Waddell, Edward S. Philbrick, A. Bryson,

XXV,

H. Norcross, Charles Rufus Harte, W. Green, R. S. McCormick, and Charles Corner, LXXVII, 225. "Pioneer Railwav Development in the United States." W. D. Tavlor. LXXIV, 94 (1911). Discussion: Marshall R. Pngh, R. L. Morrison, William J. Boucher, P. F.

E. Prieto Basave.

Discussion, XII, 339.

Hudson River Railway, Early "Inland

RAILROADS— (CoJih'nwcd)

"Railways

Mexico."

of

William

Barclay

Parsons. XXII, 233 (1890). Discussion, XXIII, 285 (1890). "Rapid Transit and Terminal Freight Facilities." Report of the Committee. IV, 1

(1875).

Discussion, IV, 240, 251, 252.

"Remedies for Landslides and Slips on the Kanawha and Michigan Railway." R. P. Black. LXXI, 1 (1911). Discussion: Charles H. Miller, LXXI, 8. "Reminiscences and Experiences of Early Engineering Operations on with Especial Reference to Steep Inclines." W. Milnor Roberts. VII, 197 (1878). Dis-



cussion, VII, 216. 943.

et seq.



in France. (1919-20).

Results of State operation of

LXXIII,

,

"Right of Way for—." Jullen A. Hall(With Discussion.) XXV, 313 (1891). "Rivers and in the United States." Wil(With Discussion.) liam W. Harts.



LXXIX,

919

(1915).

"Some

Railway Construction In Oklahoma." A. G. Allan. LI, 424 (1903). Discussion Samuel H. Lea, Emile Low, H. F. Dunham, and J. P. Snow, LI, :

436.

"Steam Locomotive and Electric Operation for Trunk-Line Traffic: A Comparison of Costs and Eaniiiiirs." .loseph Maver, LVII, 455 (1906). Discussion: Frank J. Sprague, LVII,



496.

"Study upon to Connect Guadalajara with the Pacific Ocean." S. V. Pascal. (Translated from the Spanish by Foster Crowell.)

XXIX,

373

(1893).

"The Abt System of Railway for Steep Inclines." Walton W. Evans. XV. 147 (1886).

"The American Line from Vera Cruz

to the City of Mexico, via Jalapa, with Notes on the Best Methods of Surmounting High Elevations bv Rail." A. M. Wellington. (With Discussion.) XV, 791 (1880).

Canadian Pacific Railway." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 28th. 1888. Thomas C. Keefer. XIX, 65

"The

(1888).

"The Cheapest Arthur Pew.

in the World." (With Discussion.) XXIII.

Railroad

Ill (1890).

"The Concurrent Development of Traffic on Improved Waterways and on ." Ed(With Di«cui»lon.) ward P. North.



'RAl'L.nO

ADS— {Continued) Eng.

(Inter.

Cong.

LIV,

1904).

UAXJ.'ROAXiS—iContinved). (With LXXXIII, Discussion.)

Part

"The Construction of

"The

Light Mountain

a

65

XXIX,

(1879).

Electrification of the Suburban Zone of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad in the Vicinity of New York Citv." William J. Wilgus. (With Discussion.) LXI, 73 (1908). "The Elements of Cost of Railroad Freight Trafl^c." O. Chanute. II. 381 (1873). "The Elevation of the Tracks of the Phil-

and

ACCOUNTS: BRAKES: CABI.E ELECTRIC BAIL, WAYS: CURVES: RAILWAYS: ELEVATED RAILROADS: FERRIES: FREIGHT: FROG POINTS:

Norristown Samuel

Pa."

Lake Front

TRAIN LOADS: TRAIN RESISTANCE: TUNNELS: TRANSFER TABLES:

TURN-TABLES: UNDER-GROUND

Discussion,

Improvements

in

France "

RAILWAYS: VALUATION: WHEELS.

Frank

G. .Tonah.

of

RAILS. "A Brief Description

of a Modern Street Railwav Track Construction." A. C. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 455

Polk.

LXXXIII.

William Discussion: Wren Hnv. F. W. Green. William M. F. DunBlack. William J. Wilgus. ham. Morris E Pumphrey. Hazen L. Hovt. .Jr. W. B. Poland. Marshall R. Pugh. Francis W. Perrv, and Gavin Hndflpn. T,XXXTTT. IS.'^S "The Location of the Knoxville. La Follette and .Tellico Railroad, of the Louisand Nashville Svstem." W. D. ville Discussion: ri0n41 Tavior LTI. 407 1220

"A Memoir on

C1919-20'».

L.

233



(18891.

121

(1890).

"Final Report of Rail Sections."

Form

of — for

Special Committee on 456 (1910). railways. LXIII,

LXX,

electric

96 (1909).



^. „. ^^ Michigan upon the "History of the Iron Southern and Northern Indiana RailDiscus(With way." Charles Paine.

249 (1872). Dumbarton Point Drawfor LXXVI, 1618 (1913). and the Break"Notes on the Weight of O. Chanute, III, 111 ing of Iron-." Discussion, IV, 233 (1875). (1874). sion.) Lift-rail

I,

Bridge.



"On the Form, Weight, Manufacture and



." Report of the Life of First Report, III, 87 (1874) III, 109: Second Report, IV, Discussion, IV, 233; Final 327 (1876). , ;

II,

"Pioneer United

240 (1873).

M.

Ill, 106

IV,

"Development of the American Rail and Track." J. Elfreth Watkins. XXII, 209

Richard L. Humphrey. XLVIII, 591. "The Production of Traffic and the Transportation of Freight and Passengers."

Property."

109;



XX,

•John H. Bernhard, G. .T. Ray. Herbert C. Keith, Clement C. Williams. C. A. Morse, and S. Whinery, LXXXIII, 935. "The Pennsylvania Avenue Subway and Tunnel, Philadelphia. Pa." George S. Webster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. XLVIII, 470 (1902). Discussion: .Joseph M. Wilson, Charles G. Darrach, William Barclay Parsons, George A. Soper, and

of

III,



490.

Valuation

Ashbel Welch.

X. 251 (1881). "Cylindrical Wheels and Flat-Topped for Railways." D. J. Whittemore. XXI, 133 (1889). Discussion, XXI, 1.53. by Excessive Weights." "Destruction of Joseph T. Dodge. (With Discussion.)

"The National Railroad Question of ToDav." Francis Lee Stuart. LXXXIII. 927 (1919-20). Discussion: T. Kennard Thomson. A. .T. County, George W. Kittredge, Calvin Tomkins, Augustus Smith.

"The Prospective Competitor Method

."

with "Comparative Economy of Steel Light and Heavy Heads." Ashbel Welch.

Emile Low, William P Watson. E. .T. Beard, Walter Watson. William G. Raymond. F. Lavis. W. H. Coverdale. Harvev Linton, and W. T. Forsythe, LII,

(With Discussion.)



Discussion,

(1874). (1875).

H

Martin Coryell.

CROSSINGS:

STATIONS: R.^VILROAD TERMIN.^LS RAILS: ROLLING STOCK: ROUNDHOUSES: SHIP RAILWAYS: SIGNALING; SURVEYING: TIES: TRACK:

the Illinois Central Railroad in Chicago." (With DiscusFindlev Wallace. John XXXVIII, 315 (1897). sion.) "The 'Light Railways' of the Battle Front

"The

GRADE

GAUGE:

852 (1918).

(1878).

also

GRADES: GUARD RAILS: RAILROAD

"The Incline Plane Railroad at Madison, Ind. Its History and Operation." M. 68

614

(1917).

See

:

VII,

133 (1897).

Discussion.) LVIII, 321 (1907). of railroad land. LXXXI,

nOIS). Tobias Wagner. LXXVI. Discussion J. P. Snow, E. W. Lewis, Charles Rufus Harte. and George S. Webster. LXXVI, 1900. "The Hell Gate Arch Bridge and Approaches of the New York Connecting Railroad over the East River in New York City." (With Discussion.) O. H. Ammann.

.T. Becker. VII, 216.

Birrell.

Valuation

1810

LXXXIT,

Fletcher

South

(1893).

XXXVII,

cussion.)

"The

Philadelphia.

Thomas 326

New

of

"The Valuation of Public Service Corporation Property." Henry Earle Riggs. (With Discussion.) LXXIT, 1 (1911). "Uniformity of Requirement and Clearness of Specification in Agreements for the Graduation of—." W. F. Dennis. (With

Locomotives on its Steep Grades." .Tames (With Discussion.) VIII, 295 D. Burr.

Germantown

System

"The Substitution of Electricity for Steam as a Motive Power for Suburban Traffic." John Findlev Wallace. (With Dis-

(1S96).

"The Construction of the Atchison, Topeta and Santa F6 Railroad over the Raton Mountains, and the Performance 'of

adelphia Railroad.

Railway

Wales."

Railroad In the Republic of Colombia." Discussion.) (With Chibas. J.

E.

XXXVI,

1313

(1919-20).

B, 475 (1905).

of

Railway

84

136 (1875); V,

Report,

Development^

. in

*v the

W. D. Taylor. (With LXXIV, 94 (1911).

States."

Discussion.)

Byers.

Committee.

Discussion,

RAILS

nwsvxJA.— (Continued).

(rnnfinufd).

of at Boston." Charles LIV, 173 (1905). DiscusAllen, C. E. Gregory. Asa E. Phillips, E. Kuichling .L. J. Le "Conte. William Mayo Venable. C. S. Burns, S. Whinery, and George S. Webster, LIV,

W. Sherman. sion



." Sections of Railway "Wheels and Report of the Committee. Preliminarv Report. XIX. 1 (ISSS) Final Report. XXI. 223 (1889). ." "Recent Practice in An Informal Discussion. Robert W. Hunt. Albert Ladd Colby, William R. Webster. John F. Wallace. Sir Lowthian Bell, and J. D.



"Second Progress Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Railroad Track." (With Discussion.)

LXXXIII. 1400 (1010-20). "Some Notes on the Creeping of ." uel Tobias Wagner. LTIT. 400



"Rain

Sam-

" '

Storm-Wnter

Run-Off." Charles B. Biierger. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII. 1130 (101.5). "Analvsis of the at Lake Cochituate. Mass. 18.52-188.3." Desmond FitzGerald. (With Discussion.) XIII. 350 (1884). California precipitation and run-off.

.

57. 113.

et seq.



(1010).

Davis. N, C. Grover, and F.

LIX.

484.

Run-Off

Physical

Data."

ITnited States.

Other

F. Mever. Discussion: .toel D. Justin. A. M. Strong. E. F Chandler. C. E. Grunsky. Robert E. Horton, and W. G. Hoyt. LXXIX. 1150. "Derivation of Run-Off from Data." Joel

LXXIX.

D

1050

(AVith Discussion.)

Ju'^fiti.

(1014).

.340

of

October 3

Francis.

— during and

4.

00,

B.

VII, 224 (1878).



1

of on water storage in San Bernardino Basin. California. LXXXII, 802,

Effect

(With Discussion.) XXV, 70 (1801). and Reservoirs in Thoir Relato Stream Flow, with Particular Rpfercnco to Navigable Rivers." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.) LXII,

Mills

XXIII.

n009). Saville.

Panama

Canal."

Gerald.

XXI,

93

LIT,

.552.

,303

(1890).

"The Flood of March. 1007, in the Sacramento and San .Toaquiu River B:isins, California." AV, B. Clapp, E. C. Murphy, and AV. F. Martin. (AA'ith Discussion.)

Caleb

(With Discussion.)

LX.WI. S71 (101.".'. "Maximum Rates of — ." Desmond

1899.

Rob-

Tinited States Weather Bureau Service in California." George S, Binckley, and Charles H. Lee. (With Discussion.) LXXXI. 101 (1917). "The Cause of Rain and the Structure of the Atmosphere." Franz A. Velschow.

tion

of the

(1004).

"Suggested Changes and Extension of the

"Forests

245

1

(1904).

XXXI.

"Excessive Rainfalls Considered with Especial Reference tn Their Occurrence in Populous Districts." R. \,. Hoxie.

"Hydrology

1,53

I

"Stor.igp and Poiulago of Water." Josejih P. Frizell. XXXI, 29 (1894). Discussion,

(1018).

ef seq.

1996, 2000. et seq. ^

10 (1800). Run-off of Hudson River, 1888 to XLIIL 325 (1900). "South African Irrigation." I'raTicis ert Johnson. (With Discussion.)

LXXVII, James

LXXX,

Run-off of Cedar River. AVashington. XLI,

the Great Storm 1800."

and Storage." Des(With Discussion.)

id.

(lOlo).



"Distribution of

of Streams,

— in(1910). Basin. XXVII. 29 (1892). — in Potomac Francisco. LXV. 310 (1000). — in San Southern California. LXXVII, 78 — in(1014). the Philippine Islands. LXV, 388 — in(1000). vicinity of Puget Son. XI, (1890). — of the South Platte River Basin. LIII.

W. Hanna,

— and

from Adolph

(With Dis-

— Great Lakes Basin. XL. 436 (1898). — in in LIV, Part C. 35 (1905). — in Java. Monterrey, Mexico. LXXII, 480 (1011). — in Owens Valley, California. LXXVIII. 104 (1915). — in parts of Mexico and Southwestern

and Run-Off in thp Northeastern ITnited States." John C. Hoyt. LIX, 431 (1007). Discussion: E. C. Murphy, Charles A. Holden. H. C. Frankenfield and Alfred .7. Henry. Thaddeus Merriman, Raphael Zon. C. C. Vermeule, H. K. Barrows. .T. C. Stevens. M. O. Leighton, F. H. Newell. A. P.

"Computing

Flow

mond FitzGerald. XX Vn. 2.53 (1892).



LXXX.

Emerson Gregory.

cussion.)

(1807).

"Comparison between

and A.

458 (1007). — and run-offLVIII, near San Diego, Cal. LXXV. 20, 54 (1912). — at Calgary and Gleichen, Alberta. LXXXI, 225 (1917). — at Nacozari, Mexico. LXXVIII, 571 (1915). — at Tuscaloosa, Ala. XLIX, 310 (1902). "—

TRACK.

KAINFAT.T.. "A Method of Determining

C. Toll,

G. McAdie. LXI. 510. — and River-Flow." Cvrus C. Babb (With Discussion.) XXVIII, 323 (1803). — and Run-Off in Storm-Water Sewers"

Charles



70

Run-Off near San Francisco. C. E. Grunskv. LXI, 490

Discussion: E. C. Murphy, Edwin T)uryea, Jr., H. L. Haehl and Asahel (1008).

W. M. Camr. F. S. Stevens. Hunter McDonald. P. H. Dudley. George Tatnall. .Toseph S. Ward, and Charles Rnfus Harte. LIIT. 470. "Standard Rail Sections." Report of the Committee. Progress Report. XXTV. 1 (1801); Final Report. XXVIIT. 42.t (ISO.-?). "The Influence of on Street Pavements." Fdward P. North. (With Discussion.) XXXVII.

and

California."

(1004).

Discussion: G. Jjindenthnl.

See nJxo



rates of in New York City 1002 (1917). rates of— in the United States. LXXVII, 022 (1914). "Notes on at Savannah, Georgia." ,T de Bruyn-Kops. LX, 248 (1008). "Notes on the Flow of the West Branch of the Croton River." ,T. James R Crocs. Ill, 76 (1874). Discussion, IV, 297 (1875).

nnoO).

47.5

Kenneth

Maximum LXXXI, Maximum



XLIV.

:

181.

;

Smelt.



"Maximum Rates

"Progress Report of the Special romniittee to Report on Stresses In Railroad Track." LXXXII, 1191 (IMS). "Proper Relation to Each Other of the

Fitz-

LXI, 281

(1889).

86

(1908).

REFUSE DISPOSAL

RAINFALL— (CdJJfnn/pf/). "The Plow of the Sudbury River, Massathe

for

chusetts,

Alphonse Fteley.

Years 1875 to (With Discussion.) X,

225 (1881).



and the Dis"The Relation between the charge of Sewers in Populous Districts." Emil Kuichling. (With Discussion.) XX, 1

(1889).

at Holyoke, Mass., of the Connecticut River." Clemens HerLVIII, 29 Discussion.) (With schel.

"Twenty Years' Run-Off, (1907).

at Pana(With Discus-

"Water Supply for the Lock Canal ma."

Julio F.

sion.)

LXVII,

Sorzano. 61

(Inter. Eng. 265 (1905).

1879."

Facilities."

Municipal Refuse in French Cities." P. Tur. (Translated from the French.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E, 309 (1905).

Determining a Reasonable Municipally

and Wastes Disposal for the United States Army." Leonard S. Doten. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 337 (1919-

Re-

RATE-MAKING. Owned

Service

Rate

Public

Lippincott. B. J. Utilities." 413 (1917). Discussion: Frank

LXXXI,

M. Harris, T. Kennard Thomson, W. B. Yereance, Leonard C. Jordan, H. F. Clark, Allen Hazen. W. G. Irving, and H. A. Whitney. LXXXI, 423. "Depreciation as an Element for Consideration in the Appraisal of Public Ser(With vice Properties." C. B. Grunsky.

1920).

"The Sanitary Disposal of Municipal Refuse." An Informal Discussion. Rudolph Hering, John McGaw Woodbury, H. de B. Parsons, W. F. Morse, George A. Soper, Theodore Horton, W. J. Baldwin, Charles B. Ball, M. N. Baker, Elmer

W.

Discussion.)

LXXIX,

H. Gandolfo.

J.

LXXIX,

Bion.)

L, 95

Prop(With Discus-

"A Few Points "A

W. W. — Stand-Pipe."LXXIV,

Fry

Scott. :

LXXIX,

T. Fetherston.

An

Investi-

(With Dis-

(1908).

Slip rubbish incinerator and electric lighting station, New York City. LVII, 69 (1906). described. L, 100 et seq. (1903). Various

The Delancy



REFUSE DISPOSAL. "Disposal of Municipal Refuse, and Rubbish Incineration." H. de B. Parsons. LVII, 45 (1906). Disposal of Municipal Refuse. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers. 1904. W. Francis Goodrich, M. N. Baker, Shirley Hulse, Andrew Rosewater, Robert C.

Spurr Weston, George W. Fuller, Gardner Williams, L. J. Le Conte, J. C. H. Stnt. Ed. Vermehren. Bohm and Grohn. G. Watson, Rudolph Hering, and P. Tur. LIV. I';n-t E. 319 (19(^0. "Disposal of Municipal Refuse: Review of Practice."

Rudolph

523

(1915).

(Translated from the Consid^re. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E, 495 (1905). Holin Concrete-Steel "Concrete and (Inter. Eng. land." .1. J. L. Bourdrer. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E, 507 (1905). A.

S.

General

LXXIII.

Edward

"Cinder Concrete Floors." Guv B. Waite. (With Discussion.) LXXVII. 1773 (1914). Discussion Concrete and Concrete-Steel. on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. W. W. Christie, Albert W. Buel. R. J. GifL. Richard SchUle, ford F. Read, Humphrey, .T. L. Van Ornum, Oswald Erlinghageri, Robert W. Lesley, Charles G. Dnrrach. A. N. Talbot, Gardner S. Willinms. William B. Fuller, Rudolph T-, Miller, Oscar Lowinson, G. N. Knapp. H. F. Dunham. E. P. Goodrich. J. B. Marsh. Augustus Smith, Frank Beckwith, W. K. Hatt. A. L. Johnson, Sanford E. Thompson, .W. D. Pence, C. A. Wentworth, E. M. Scofield, Sidney B. Williamson, Edwin Thacher. John S. Sewell. and Fritz von Emperger. LIV, Part E, 545 (1905). "Concrete and Concrete-Steel in France."

REFUSE DESTRUCTORS. LX, 345

(With



." William in Dis2.W (1911).

Godfrev. Joseph T. Maguire, A. N. Talbot. Hector Robins Burroughs, Albert I. Frye, and F. E. Turneaure, LXXITL 267. "Cinder Concrete Floor Construction Between Steel Beams." Harold Perrine and George E. Strehan. (With Discussion.) cussion

(1917).

J.

Clifford.

375 (1911).

"Bond-Friction-Resistance

Refrigerating plant, Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, New York. LXIX. 290 (1910). "The Colorado Automatic Refrigerator A. McL. System at Denver, Colo." Hawks. XXIV, 389 (1891). Use of balsa wood in—. LXXXI, 149

gation." cussion.)



Design of Arches." (With Discussion.) LV,

Discussion.)

the Washington LXXI, 100 (1911). at

"Municipal Refuse Disposal:

(1913).

In the

B. R. Leflfier. 183 (1905).

VALUATION. REFRIGERATOR SYSTEMS. Terminal Station.

493

SEWAGE DISPOSAL,

REINFORCED CONCRETE.

842 (1915).

plant

LXXVI,

cussion.)

See also

See also

Refrigerating

(1903).

"The Sanitation of Construction Camps." (With DisHarold Farnsworth Grav.

727 (1915). Utility

"The Valuation of Public

Mvron S. Falk, Charles H. W. H. Booth, and H. A. Young.

Firth.

Haswell.

S.

erty."

:

"Sewage

port of the Committee. IV, 1 (1875). Discussion, IV, 240, 251, 252.

for



An Investigation." J. T. Fetherston. LX, 345 (1908). Discussion: W. M. Venable. Albert A. Cary, E. H. Foster, B. F. Welton, C. Herschel Koyl, Louis L. Tribus, H. Norman Leask, Rutger B. Green, George N. Cole, Edwin A. Fisher, Frederick L. Stearns, William F. Morse, E. B. B. Newton, and Rudolph Hering. LX, 390. "Note on the Removal and Utilization of

"Municipal

(1910).

RAPID TRANSIT. "—and Terminal Freight

of

LIV, Part E,

"European Sewage and Garbage Removal." W. Howard White. XV, 849 (1886).

"Yield of the Sudbury River Watershed in the Freshet of Feb. 10th-13th, 1886." Desmond FitzGerald. XXV, 253 (1891).

"A Method

(Continued).

Cong. 1904.)

French bv Paul A. Seurot.)

Hering. 86

REINFORCED CONCRETE

(Continued).

"Concrete and Concrete-Steel in the United Kdwin Thacher. (Inter. Bng. States." LIV, I'art E. 4i:.j (l'J05). Cnuii. 1904.) "Concrete and Concrete-Steel in the United

John

Statea."

S.

Kug.

(Inter.

Sewell.

Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E, 409 (1905). Some Important Fea"Concrete Bridges Walter M. tures in Their Design." Smith, Sr., and Walter M. Smith, Jr. :

(With Discussion.) LXXVII, 695 (1914). Fritz von Em"Concrete-Steel Bridges." LIV, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) perger. Part E, 523 (1905). beams under repeated loadDeflection of ings. LXXVII, 449 (1914). Ambursen dam across Failure of the Stony Kiver, West Virginia. LXXVII, 1009 (1914). "Final Report of the Special Committee on ." (With Discussion.) Concrete and LXXXI, 1101 (1917). Final Report of the Special Committee on







and



Discussion by L. J. others. LXXXII, 1541 (1918). Historical sketch of use of concrete and LXXVII, 393 (1914). Flat "Method of Designing a Rectangular Slab, Each Side of Which Rests on Either Rigid or Yielding Supports." A. C. Janiii.

Concrete

.

Mench and





.

LXXX,

Discussion: Edward 1(589 (1916). Godfrey, E. P. Goodrich, Ernst F. JonCharles M. Montgomery, C. A. P. Turner, Henry T. Eddy, L. J. Mensch, Charles F. Marsh, and Franklin R. Mcson,

LXXX,

Millan,

1697.

"Note on the Coefficient of Elasticity of Concrete and Mortar Beams during FlexMyron S. Falk. (With Discusure." L, 473

sion.)

(1903).

"Progress Report of Special Committee on ." Concrete and (With Discussion.)

LXVI,



431 (1910).

"Progress Report of the Special Committee on Concrete and—." LXXVII, 385 (1914).

"Proof of an Assumption in the Theory of Concrete Beams." Ralph E. Goodwin. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 1263 (1915).

— Bridge

"

Across the Almendares River, Havana, Cuba." Eugene Klapp and W. J. Douglas. (With Discussion.) LXXIV,

-m-

"

216 (1911). construction in XXXI, 438 (1894).

— Docks: tures.

bridges

and

floors.

and American StrucFailures, Costs, and General ConForeign

Harrison

siderations." LXXVIII, 1058 (1915).

Taft.

S.

Discussion: J. H. Barney, Eugene W. Stern, R. D. Coombs, Joel J. Pemoff, William Goldsmith, DeWitt C. Webb, Joshua F. Ramsbotham, Chandler Davis, E. Walker, and W. J. Douglas. G.

H. Muirhead,



AV. J.

Discussion: R. D. Coombs, LX,

(1908). 169.

— used

for sidewalks at Paris Exposition of 1900. XLI, 312 (1899). Reinforcement used in Huacal Concrete Arch Dam. LXXVIII, 595 (1915). "Report on a Series of Tests on Concrete Columns Reinforced with a Spiral of Steel." C. G. Wrentmore, Hugh Brodie, • and C. O. Carey. LXXVIII, 97 (1915). Discussion: Edward Godfrey, and A. W. Buel, LXXVIII, 140. Sections of pipe line for Tieton Canal. LXXI, 158 (1911). "Shearing Strength of Construction Joints in Stems of T-Beams, as Shown by Tests." Lewis J. Johnson and John R. Nichols. LXXVII, 1499 (1914). Discussion: L. J. Mensch, J. P. Snow, D. Gutman, Elwyn E. Seely, Alfred B. Heiser, Henry G. Raff, G. B. Doyen, Thomas H.



Wiggin, and Alexis Saurbrey, LXXVII,

1523.



"Some Mooted Questions in Design." Edward Godfrey. LXX, 54 (1910). Discussion: Joseph Wright, S. Bent Russell, J. R. Worcester, L. J. Mensch, Walter W. Clifford, J. C. Meem, George H. Myers, Edwin Thacher, C. A. P. Turner, Paul Chapman, E. P. Goodrich, Albin H. Beyer, John C. Ostrup, Harry F. Porter,

John Stephen Sewell, and Sanford Thompson, LXX, 72. Specifications

1112. for filter-bed (1900).

XLIII,

covering.

307

etc.,

sure." Chester Discussion.) LX,

Reservoir —Louis,

and

Wason

Smith.

(With

124

(190S). Coagulation I'lant at St.

Edward Flad. (With DisLXXVII, 1052 (1914).

Mo."

cussion.)

87

for

metal

B.

reinforcement

Progress report of Special Committee on Concrete and—. LXXVII, 430 (1914). Specifications

for

— in

bridges

and

sub-

ways. LXXV, 328, 335 (1912). Specifications, — Stony River Dam. LXXXI, 1017 (1917). ,

Limitations Upon the Steel Rein Flat Slab Floors." John R. Nichols. LXXVII, 1670 (1914). Discussion: L. J. Mensch, C. A. P. Turner, Edward Godfrey, H. T. Eddy, A. W. Buel, E. G. Walker. William W. Crehore, and A. B. Greene, LXXVII, 1682. "Steel Centering Used in the Construction of the Rocky River Bridge, Cleveland, Ohio." Wilbur J. Watson. (With Discussion.) LXXIV, 1 (1911). "Steel Concrete Construction." George Hill. (With Discussion.) XXXIX, 617 (1898). "Steel-Concrete Construction." An Informal Discussion. R. S. Buck, L. S. Moisseiff, J. R. Worcester, H. S. Jacoby, Leonard C. AVason, A. L. Johnson, William Parker, and William B. Fuller. "Statical



quirement

XL VI, 93 (1901). "Steel Stresses in

Flat

LXXVII, 13.38 Edward Godfrey, H.

Eddy. E.

Wedge

in

William

LXXVII,

Shaped

-

Cain. (With 745 (1914).

Stresses in wedge-shaped sion.

T

L. J. Mensch, W. K. Hatt, Binckley, and C. A. P. Turner.

S.

"Stresses

H

Slabs."

(1914). Discussion: E. Eckles, .'^aiifoid

Thompson,

George

LXXVIII,

— for reservoirs and bridges at Monterrey, Mexico. LXXII, 475 (1911). — for retaining walls, Yale Bowl. LXXXI, 259 (1917). " — Foundations over Excavations on Paved Streets." John McNeal. LX, 217 (1908). " — Pipe for Carrying Water under Pres"

REINFORCED CONCRETE— (Confinwed). "— Towers." D. W. Krellwitz. LX, 160

A.

C.

.lamii.



Beam?."

Discussion.)

— beams.

and

Discus-

William

Cain.

LXXVIII, 734 (1915). "Temperature Stresses in a Series of Spans." Tresbam D. Gregg. (With Dis-

cussion.) LXXX, 1626 (1916). of slabs made with tufa cement for Los Angeles Aqueduct. LXXVI, 535

Tests



"The Cherry

Street Bridge, Toledo, Oklo."

REINFORCED CONCRETE

(Continued)

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES



Thomas L. Casey, George F. Swain, and Arthur V. Abbott. XV, 717 (1886) XVII, 213 (1887); XVIII, 264 (1888). "Cost and Work of Pumping Engines." Report of the Committee. (Jorham P. Low, Jr., W. Milnor Roberts, and John Bo;

"The Development and Recent Improvement of Concrete-Iron

Highway

Emperger.

von

438

Bridges." Fr. Discussion.)

(With

(1894).

"The Economical Design of

— Floor

Fire-Resisting for LVI, 252 S. Sewell.

(190G).

gart.

SysStructures;" DisJohn cussion: Wilbur J. Watson, Clarence W. Dana, T. Noble, I. Kreuger, Richard C. A. P. Turner, Ernst F. Jonson, Leonard C. Wason, E. r. Goodrich, Edwin

tems

200 (1916).

Bridge Across the Hudson River at "The Sandy Hill, New York." William H. LIX, 195 (With Discussion.) Burr.



Barnes.



(1910).

(With

Final report of the Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. Discussion L. J. Mensch. G. S. Bergendahl, E. S. Martin, W. K. Hatt, Charles F. Marsh, Clinton S. Bissell, J. R. WorLXXXII, cester, and F. E. Turneaure.

Discussion.)

:

McGraw

Building." of the William H. Burr. LX, 443 (1908). Discussion: H. F. Tucker. W. J. Douglas, Carl Gavler, J. A. .Tamieson, Walter M. Smith, (jlarence W. Noble, Guy B. Waite, E. P. Goodrich. T. L. Condron and F. F. Sinks, E. W. Stern. L. J. Mensch, and P. E. Stevens, LX, 458. "The Twelfth Street Trafflcway Viaduct, Kansas Citv, Missouri." E. E Howard. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 484 (1910). in Engineering Structures." "The T'se of An Informal Discussion. E. P. Goodrich, Edwin Thacher, Sanford E. Thompson, William H. Burr, T. Kennard Thomson, D. W. Krellwitz, Guv B. Waite, C. L. Slocum. Mvron S. Falk, Rudolph P. Miller, Eugene W. Stern, and H. C. Tur-

1.541



Discussion.)

LXXVI,

L. Hall.

Townsend, John A. Bensel, T. G. Dabney. J. B. Lippincott, Daniel W. Mead. Ockerson, Arthur T. Saft'ord, A. J. Charles Saville, F. L. Sellew. and C. E. Grunsky. LXXXI, 1218 (1917) Minority :

Report. Morris Knowles. LXXXI, 1230 Discussion H. M. Eakin, John Hill, Babb, S. Cyrus Leighton, M. O. Kenneth C. Grant, B. F. Groat, H. M. Chittenden. Myron L. Fuller, Gerard H. Matthes, H. K. Barrows, N. C. Grover. E. C. La Rue, Farley Gannett, C. E. :

Grunskv, C. McD. Townsend, and Morris Kn6wles, LXXXI, 1235. "Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Road Construction and on Standards for Their Test and Use." W. W. Crosbv. H. K. Bishop, A. H. Blanchard, A. W. Dean, N. P. Lewis, C.

(With

145 (1913).

"Theory of the Spherical or Conical Dome of— or Metal." William Cain. LV, 201 (1905).

Tilden. and G. W. Tillson. LXXXII, 1384 (1918). Discussion: B. Dow Gilman and J. O. Preston, LXXXII. 1466. "Final Report of the Special Committee on Steel Columns and Struts." Lewis D. Rights, James H. Edwards. C. W. Hud-

— Coal

J.

Pockets." Mvron S. Falk. 192 (1911). LIV, in caissons. Use of concrete and Part E. 136 (1905). LXXX, Use of high-carbon steel in 540. 568 (1916). for paving earth dams. LXXXIII, Use of 314 (1919-20). ITse of for wharves. LXXVII, 503 (1914).

"Two

LXXI,





.

— —

son, Charles F. Loweth. George F. Swain, Emil

Ralph Modjeski, Swensson, and

R. Worcester. LXXXIII, 1583 (1919Discussion: Ht^nry S. Prichard, 1920). Gustav Lindenthal, Charles Evan Fowler, J. A. L. Waddell, Edward Godfrey, William H. Burr. R. von Fabrice, L. J. J.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. at the Paris Exposition of 1878." (Report of the Committee on the Exhibition made by this Society.) George S. Morison, Edward P. North, and John Bogart. VII, 317 (1878). "Cause of the Failure of the South Fork Dam." Report of the Committee. James B. Francis, W. E. Worthen, M. J. Becker, Pteley. and A. (With Discussion.)

"American Engineering

XXIV,

(1918).

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Floods and Flood Prevention." C. McD.



LXI, 35 (1908). ner. Joists." .John "Theory of

IV,

1153.

(1907).

Wharf of the United Fruit Com"The pany at Bocas del Toro, Panama." T. LXVI. 289 Work "The

Discussion,

Roberts. .Tr., George E. Thackray. EdK. Turner, and William R. WebLXX, 456 (1910). ster. "Final Report of the Special Committee on Concrete." Reinforced and Concrete Joseph R. Worcester, Richard L. Humphrey, J. E. Greiner, W. K. Hatt, Olaf HofC, Robert W. Lesley, Emil SwensLXXXl, 1101 son, ad Arthur N. Talbot. Discussion: A. H. Rhett, William (1917). Fry Scott, Carl Gayler, H. V. Hinckley, Henry T. Eddv, C. A. P. Turner, F. E. Turneaure, and A. N. Talbot, LXXXI,

289.

Howard

(1875).

Report

mund

Pearse, C. B. Wing, and William Cain,



142

of Special Committee on Rail Sections." Joseph T. Richards. C. W. Buchholz, E. C. Carter, S. M. Felton. Robert W. Hunt, John D. Isaacs, Richard Montfort, H. G. Prout, Percival

"The Fatigue of Concrete." J. L. Van Ornum. LVIII, 294 (1907). "The Picaza Bridge." A. A. Agramonte.

LXXX,

IV,

223.

"Final

Thacher, H. T. Forchhammer, Arthur W. French, Irving P. Church, B. R. Leffler, George Hill, F. P. Shearwood, Mansfield Merriman, A. H. Perkins, Langdon

LVI,

W. W. Maclay,

temore,

1206 (1915).

XXXI,

(Continued)

F. Collingwood. D. J. WhitT. C. McCollom.

Committee.

"The Design and Construction of Four Viaducts at Fort Worth. Texas." S. W. Bowen. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII,

Mensch, LXXXIII, 1634. "Final Report of the Special Committee on Uniform Tests of Cement." George S. Webster, Richard L. Humphrey, W. B. W. Howe, F. H. Lewis, S. B. Newberry, Alfred Noble, Clifford Richardson. L. C. Sabin, and George F. Swain.

LXXV,

665 (1912).

Report of the Special Committee Formulate Principles and Methods for the Valuation of Railroad Property and Frederic P. Other Public Utilities."

"Final

431 (1891).

"Compressive Strength of Cements and the Compression of Mortars and Settlement of Masonry." Report of Progress of the

to

88

REPORTS OF COMSilTTKES— {Continued)

KEPORTS OF COMMITTEES— (Conhnt/ed)

S. Churchill, William G. Kaymoiul, Henry E. Kiggs. J. I'arkor Snow, William J. W'ilgus, and Leonard

win, G. H. Bremner, John Brunner, W. J. Burton, Charles S. Churchill, W. C. Gushing, Robert W. Hunt, George W. Kittredge, Paul M. LaBach, C. G. E. Larsson, G. J. Ray, Albert F. Relchmann, H. R. Safford, F. E. Turneaure,

Stearns, Charles

Metcalf. LXXXI, 1311 (1917). Discussion: J. E. Wiloughby. C. E. Grunsky,

Joseph

Mayer,

LXXXI.

1584.

and

W.

R.

McCann,

and

"Pinal Report of the Special Committee to Investigate the Conditions of Employ-

ment

of,

and

Compensation

of,

Civil

Nelson P. Lewis, John A. Bensel, S. L. F. Deyo, Dugald C. Jackson, AVilliam V. Judson, C. F. Loweth. and George W. Tlllson. LXXXI, 1207 (1917). Discussion: H. S. Schick, Lewis A. Jones, and R. S. Wise, LXXXI. 121t). "Nomenclature of Building Stones and of Stone Masonry." Report of the Committee. J. James R. Croes, William E. VI, Merrill, and Edgar B. Van Winkle. 297 (1877). Discussion, VH, 284. (1878). "On the Failure of the Worcester Dam." Report of the Committee. Theodore G.

Discussion, IV, 237. Transit and Terminal Freight Report of the Committee. M. N. Forney, Ashbel Welch, Charles K. Graham, and Francis Colllngwood. IV, 1 (1875). Discussion, IV. 240, (1875).

"Rapid

Facilities." O. Chanute,

David M. Greene, and William W. Wilson. (With Discussion.) V. 244 (1876).

251.

Progress Report of the Special to Report on Stresses In Railroad Track." Arthur N. Talbot. A. S. Baldwin, G. H. Bremner, John Brunner, W. J. Burton, Charles S. Churchill, W. C. Gushing. W. M. Dawley, R()hert W. Hunt. J. B. Jenkins, George W. Kittredge, Paul M. LaBach, C. G. E. Larsson, G. J. Rav, Albert F. Reichmann, H. R. Safford, F. E. Turneaure. and J. E. Willoughby. LXXXIII, 1409 (1919-20). Discussion A. W. Buel, and E. P. Good-

Committee

Report, IV, 136 (1875) Discussion. IV, 233; Final Report, V, 327 (1876). of Averting Bridge Accidents." Report of the Committee. James B. Eads, C. Shaler Smith, Thomas C. Clarke, Julius W. Adams, Alfred P. Boiler, Charles Macdonald, and Theodore G. Ellis. IV, 122 (1875). Discussion. IV, 208. "Preservation of Timber." Report of the Committee. O. Chanute, B. M. Harrod, G. Bouscaren, E. R. Andrews, E. W. Bowditch, G. H. Mendell, C. Shaler ;

"On the Means

;

rich,

W. W^ Crosbv, A. H. Blanchard, K. Bishop, and A. W. Dean. LXVI,

tion." IT.

"Progress Report of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete." C. C. Schneider. Emil Swensson. Richard L. Humphrey, J. E. Qrelner, W. K. Hatt, Olaf Hoff, Robert W. Lesley. A. N. Talbot, and J. R. Worcester. LXVI, 4.'?1 (1910). Discussion; Wilbur J. Watson, John Stephen Sewell, Clarence W. Noble, S. Bent Russell. J. R. Worcester. W. J. Douglas, and C. A. P. Turner.

LXVI.

467.

"Progress Report of Special Committee on Steel Columns and Struts." Austin Lord Bowman, Lewis D. Rights, Alfred P. Boiler, Emll Gerber, Charles P. Loweth, Ralph Modjeski, Prank C. Osborn. George H. Pegram, George P. Swain. Emil Swensson, and Joseph R. Worcester. LXVI, 401 (1910). Discussion: Thomas H. Johnson, LXVI, 427. "Progress Report of the Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete." .T. R. Worcester, Richard L. Humphrey, W. K. Hatt, Olaf Hoff. J. E. Greiner, R.

W.

Lesley.

A.

N. Talbot,

and Emil

Swensson. LXXVII, 385 (1914). "Progress Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Railroad Track." Arthur N. Talbot, A. S. Bald-

LXXXIII,

1581.

and Methods of Tests for Portland Cement." Alfred Noble. George S. Webster, Richard L. Humphrey, George F. Swain, Olaf Hoff, Clifford Richardson, Arthur P. Davis, Asa E.

"Specifications

Smith,

429 (1910).

252.

"Second

Life of Rails." Report of the Committee. Ashbel Welch, M. N. Forney, O. Chanute, and I. M. St. John. First Report, III, 87 (1874); Discussion, III, 109; Second

;

1191

;

Ellis,

W. I'utnam, and Frederic .T. Preliminary XI, 325 Report, Discussion. XI, 355; Final Report, XIV, 247 (1885) Discussion. XIV, 372. "Progress Report of Special Committee on Bituminous Materials for Road Construc-

LXXXII,

port, XXI, 223 (1889). "Railway Signals." Report of the Committee. J. Dutton Steele, Octave Chanute, and Charles H. Fisher. IV. 147

"On the Form, Weight, Manufacture and

;

Willoughby.

E.

Relation to Each Other of the Sections of Railway Wheels and Ralls." Report of the Committee. H. Stanley Goodwin, A. M. Wellington, Samuel Rea, George S. Morlson, Thomas Rodd, James Archbald. and S. M. Felton. Preliminary Report, XIX, 1 (1888) Final Re-

Engineers."

Graff. (1882)

J.

(1918).

"Proper

Phillips, and 166 (1918).

Rudolph Wig.

LXXXII,

"Standard Rail Sections." Report of the Committee. G. Bouscaren, Foster Crowell, S. M. Felton, H. Stanley Goodwin, Samuel Rea, J. D. Hawks, Robert W. Hunt, George S. Morlson, E. T. D. Myers, Thomas Rodd, A. M. Wellington, Virgil G. Bogue, and F. M. Wilder, Progress Report, XXIV. 1 (1891) Final Report, XXVIII, 425 (1893). "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April 18th, 1906, on Engineering Constructions." Reports of a General Committee and of Six Special Committees of the San Francisco Association of Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Discussion.) (With LIX. 208 (1907). "The Failure of the Dam on Mill River." Report of the Committee. .Tames B. Francis, Theodore G. Ellis, and William Worthen. Ill, 118 (1874). DiscusE. ;

sion, III. 122; IV. 310 (1875).

"Uniform System for Tests of Cement." Report of the Committee. Q. A. Gillmore, D. J. Whitteraore, .T. Herbert Shedd,

Eliot

Clarke,

C.

Alfred

Noble.

Norton, W. W. Maclav. Leonard Beckwith, and Thos. C. McCollom. Preliminary Report, XIII. 53 (1S84) Final Report, XIV, 475 (1885). F. F.

O.

;

RESERVOIRS. "A Cheap Covered Reservoir." Foote. (1891).

89

(With

Discussion.)

Arthur D.

XXV,

228

RESERVOIRS— (Cowfmwed) "A Mathematical Analysis



A

of upon Stream-Flow." don. XL, 401 (1898).

Phenomenal Land

James A. Sed(at Portland,

Slide."

D. D. Clarke.

Ore.)

RESERVOIRS— (Confmwcd)

of the Influence

(With Discussion.)

Lin, 322 (1904). "A Study of the Depth of Annual Evaporation from Lake Conchos, Mexioo." Edwin Duryea, Jr., and H. L. Hachl. (With Discussion.)

"An Account

LXXX,

1829

(1016).

of the Method Adopted to Repair a Breach in the Earthen Dam of the Storing Reservoir of the New Bedford Water-Works." William J. McAlpine.

57 (1872). for reservoir

I.

Asphalt

lining.

(1896).

XXXV,



:

morhea

Project." Vernon L. Sullivan. (With Discussion). LXXXIII, 305 (1919-

1920).

"Construction of a High-Service Reservoir at Baltimore, Md." P. A. Beatty. LXXVI, 92 (1913). Description of—. LXX, 174 (1910).. "Detention with Spillway Outlets as an Agency in Flood Control." H. M. Chittenden. LXXXII, 1473 (1918). Discussion Arthur E. Morgan, Alex. Rice Mc-



:

T.

Kennard Thomson, Adolph

F.

Meyer, William M. Hall, Fred. H. Tibbetts, H. A. Petterson, Ivan E. Houk, Kenneth C. Grant, and Morris Knowles,

LXXXII, Effect

1493.

of— on

(1894).

stream

flow.

XXXI,



ard. (With Discussion.) LIII, 89 (1904). Lists of for flood prevention or river control in the United States and foreign countries. LXXVI, 1463 et seq. (1913). New York City water supply. Brief description of for. LXXVI, 1787 (1913). "Notes upon the Construction of a Water System for Placer Mining, and Suggestions for a New Method of Dam Building." Robert Brewster Stanton. (With Discussion.) XXXV, 70 (1896). Prevention of floods by means of storage LXXVI, 302 (1913).







"Reinforced Concrete Reservoir and Coagulation Plant at St. Louis, Mo." Ed-

ward Flad.

LXXVII, 1052 (1914). Discussion: J. K. Finch, Alexander Potter, Charles B. Buerger, A. W. Buel, and

Edward Wegmann, LXXVII,



XXXI.

1061.

of at Portland, Ore. LXXXII, 776 (1918). Reservoir at Astoria, Oregon, Water-Works. XXXVI, 27 (1896). "Reservoir System of the Great Lakes of the St. Lawrence Basin Its Relation to the Problem of Improving the Navigation of these Bodies of Water and of their Connecting Channels." Hiram M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.) XL, 355 (1898). as a method of flood control. LXXXI, 1224 (1917). for control of floods in rivers. LXXVI, 1455 et seq. (1913). ;

— —

90

29 (1894).

552.

underground

Storage in

LI,

431

Mexico.

(1911).

XXXI,

P. Frizell.



.

Joseph

Discussion,

LXXVII,

67

(1914).

Storage—.

XVI, 92



(1887).

Storage for irrigation. XLIX, 24 (1902). "Storage to be Provided in Impounding for Municipal Water Supply." Allen Hazen. (With Discussion.) LXXVII,



(1914).

"Temperature of Water at Various Depths in Lakes and Oceans." Hamilton Smith. (With Discussion.) XIII, 73 (1884). "The Construction of the Sweetwater Dam." James D. Schuyler. (With Discussion.) XIX. 201 (1888). "The Determination of Safe Yield of Underground o,f the Closed-Basiui Type." Charles H. Lee. (With Discussion.)



LXXVIII, 148 (1915). "The Dunning's Dam, near Scranton, Pa." E. Sherman Gould. (With Discussion.) XXXII, ,"580 (1894). "The East Canyon Creek Dam." A. F. Parker. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, (1919-20).

.574

Economic

"The E.

of Seepage and Irrigation Systems." Discussion.) (With

Aspect

Losses

Other

in

Hopson.

G.

LXXVI,

336

(1913).



"The Groined Arch as a Covering for and Sand Filters: Its Strength and Volume." Leonard Metcalf. (With DisXLIII, 37

cussion.)

The North Dike 36

"Forests and in Their Relation to Stream Flow, with Particular Reference to Navigable Rivers." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion). LXII, 245 (1909). "Lake Cheesman Dam and Reservoir." Charles L. Harrison and Silas H. Wood-

Repair

LXXII, 506

"Storage and Pondage of Water."

1539

70

"Concrete-Lined Oil-Storage in California: Construction Methods and Cost Data." E. D. Cole. LXXX, 691 (1916). Discussion C. P. Bowie, Emile Low, and Ralph J. Reed, LXXX, 715. "Construction Methods Used in Building the Lower Reservoir Dam of the Bal-

Kim,

— for locomotive water supply. (1903). — for water-works, Monterrey,

254, 259

"The Outlet Control Reservoir."

(1900).

of the

XLVIII,

voir.

F.

Wachusett Reser(1902).

of Little

E.

Trask.

Bear Vallev

LXVI,

280

(1910).

"The Prewitt Reservoir Proposition." J. C. Ulrich. LXXVII, 96 (1914). "The Silt Problem of the Zuni Reservoir." H. F. Robinson. LXXXIII, .SCS (1<,)11)20). Discussion: Elwood Mead, Clarence S. Jarvis, and George M. Post, LXXXIII, 879.

"The

Temperature of Lakes." Desmond (With Discussion.) XXXIV,

FitzGerald. 67

(1895).

"The Use ings." (1892).

of Asphaltum for Reservoir LinJames D. Schuvler. XXVII, 629 Discussion, XXVIII, 130 (1893).

"The Vicksburg Settling Basins." Clarence Delafield. XXI, 88 (1889). "The W-ater-Works of Syracuse, N. Y." William

R.

Hill.

(With

Discussion.)

XXXIV, 23 (1895). "Two Earth Dams

of the United States Reclamation Service." D. C. Henny. (With Discussion.) LXXIV, 38 (1911). "AVater Supply for the Lock Canal at Panama." Julio F. Sorzano. (With DiscusLXVII, 61 (1910). sion.)

See also

DAMS.

RETAINING

VTALiLS.

"Cylindrical Foundations for a Quay Wall in the Harbour of Delfzyl." W. F. Druyvesteyn. (With Discussion.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E, 125 (1905).

"Earth Pressures: A Practical Comparison of Theories and Experiments." L. D. Cornish. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 191

(1917).

"Experiments on

— and

Pressures on Tun-

RETAINING WALT.S— ((7onfm?(prfK

RIVERS— (Con f?r!t
William Cain. (With Discussion.)

nels."

LXXII,

40.3

River

of the West for Railway PurKohcrt I'.H'wster Stanton. (With Discussion.) XXVI. 283 (1892). "Back-Water in Streams as Produced by Dams." De Volson Wood. (With Dis-

(1911).

poses."

"Fremantle Graving Dork Steel Dam Construction for North Wall." Joshua Fielden Ramsbotham. (With Discussion.) :

LXXVI,

1942 (1913).

Earth Phenomena."

"Lateral

and

Pressures

cussion.)

Related

Discussion,

(1893).

"Quay

and

Huron.

"



:

Other

II.

193

An Attempt



XXX,

sippi." sion.)

to Reconcile

Ill,

(1875). — and abutments, track elevation, delphia. LXXVI, 1833 (1913). — at Terminal Station. New York

67 310

LXXXII,

969. 981

Roads, Railways and River Communications in Portugal." Kredcrico

in the Northeastern United States." .John C. Hovt. (With Discussion.) LIX. 431 (1907).

off

(1917).

Railroad.

"Computing

Run-Off from Rainfall and Other Physical Data." Adolph F. Meyer. (With Discussion.) LXXIX, 1056 (1915). "Control of the Colorado River as Related

(1918).

324 (1897). Specifications for—. XLVTIT. 486 (1902). "Stresses in Wedge-Shaped Reinforced Concrete Beams." William Cain. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 745 (1914).

"Sub-Aqueous cal.

Unfleriiiniiing." A. G.

the Protection of Imperial Vallev." LXXXI, 297 (1917). DisC. Allison. cussion: A. L. Sonderegger, and J. A. Ockerson. LXXXI. 3L'(J. Current deflectors for deepening river channels. XL, 231 (1898). "Cut-Offs on the Mississippi River. Their Effect on the Channel Above and Below." Caleb G. Forshey. V, 317 to J.

Meno-

XI, 181 (1882).

the City of

Buren.

New

(With

of the Water Front of Y^ork." John D. Van

Discussion.)

Ill,

172

(1876).

(1874).

Lower Weser and Its Improvement." L. Franzius. (Translated from the German by T. H. McCann, assisted by Albert Beyer.) XXIX,

"Description of the

Profile for Resisting Wave Action." (Abstract.) Robert Fletcher. XXXVI, 514 (1896). "The Use of Asphaltum in Building Sea

"The Proper

Walls." sion.)

W. C. Ambrose. XXIV, 223 (1891).

re\t;tment. See DIKES:

LXXXII,

RETAINING

cussion.)

(igifS).

XL. 215

(1898).



XXVni. 1

— for

Railroads." Julien A. Hall. Discussion.) XXV, 313 (1891).

(With

(1893).

Discussion,

XXXI,

of the Special Committee and Flood Prevention." (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 1218 (1917). "Flood Flows." Weston B. Fuller. (With

Discussion.)

"A Desirable Method

of Dredging Chanthrough River Bars." S. P. Maxiniot'f. (With Discussion.) LTI. lilfi (1904). "A Few Remarks about the Niagara Gorge." L. L. Buck. (With Discussion.)

LXXVII,

564

(1914).

"Forests and Reservoirs in Their Relation to Stream Flow, with Particular Ref." H. M. Chittenerence to Navigable LXII, 245 (1909). Discussion: F. den. Collingwood, Tiionias I'. Roberts, Stephen Child, L. J. Lc C(ir|Ji', F. B. Maltby. Francis Lc Haron, lOdward P. North. .1. A. Miller Todd. William W. Harts. (Jeorge Otis Smith. George F. Swain, W. H. Lef)ingw(>ll Mild A. M. Slroiig. Bailev Wil Leighton. W. D. Pickett, Roblis, M. O McMath, H. F. Labelle, Emil ert E. Kuichling. Robert Fletcher, .T. P. Snow, Clarence T. .lohnson, aiMl Gifford Pin-

nels



(1894).

of the Influence

Stream-Flow." 401

396

(1S94).

"Final Report on Floods

RIVERS.

"A Mathematical Analysis of Reservoirs Upon .lames A. Seddon. XL.

1473

"Erosion of River Banks on the Missis." sippi and Missouri J. A. Ockerson.

SMALL ARMS. RIGHT OF WAY. See

205

4S3 (1S93).

"Dredges and Dredging on the Mississippi River." (With DisJ. A. Ockerson.

RIFLES.

XXXII,

XXX.

"Detention Reservoirs with Spillway Outlets as an Agency in Flood Control." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.)

WALLS.

"

Discussion.

173 (1893).

(With Discus-

LEVEES:

Horse-Power

Augusto Pimental. XXIX, 299 (1893). "Comparison Between Rainfall and Run-

Sea wall at Boston Harbor. VII, 21 (1878). Sea walls. Chicago Lake Front. XXXVIII,

"The Improvement

Missis-

(With Discus-

"Common

Phila-

Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

LXVIII, 328, 347, 369 (1910). — for Bowl. LXXXI, 259 — on Yale New York Connecting

Copp6e.

141 (1896). of the Mean

(1890).

Theory with IV,

XXXV,

"Characteristics of the Ravine du Sud in the Island of Hayti, and Plan for Averting its Overflow." J. Foster Crowell. XXIV, 470 (1891). Discussion, XXIV, 478; XXV, 343 (1891).

(187?.).

Practice." Casimir Constable. (1874). Discussion, III, 74;

255 (1873).

St. L.

Stream and the Cost of Replacing the Power Lost by a Partial Diversion of the Flow." William H. (irant. (With Discussion.) XXII, .389

Van

D.

H.

"Calculations of a Variable

087.

John

."

II,

"Bank Revetment on the Lower

E. P. Goodrich. (With Discussion.) LIII. 272 (1904). "Method Used to Secure the Stability of a Quay Wall at the Port of Altona, on the Elbe, in Germany, which had Shifted its Position after Completion." Berthold Stahl. XXX, 284

(l.S9Si.

Application of the theory of flow thrflligh contractions to the design of the floodprevention works of the Miami Conserv-

ancy District. LXXXIII, 1205 (1919-20). "Artificial Waterways in the United States." William L. Sibert. (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part F, 255 (1905). 1904). "Availability of the Canons of the Colorado

chot.

LXIL

319.

"Gauging of Cedar River, WaBhlngton." 91

RIVERS

RIVERS

(Confinved).

(1S93).

A

Streams."

of

"Gaugriiig

David M. Greene. V, 251 Gaugings of Missouri River Mont. XXVII, fri ns<)2\.

XXX,

L.

IV, 321 (1875). 275 (1876).

478 (1893).



,

McCalla. XT.IX, 212 (1902) Discussion William L. Sibert. D. A. Watt, George Y. Wisner, .John M. G. Watt, George T. Nelles, Edward P. North, S. Whinery, George W. Rafter, Theodore Belzner, William M. Hall, B. F. Thomas. D. M. Andrews, and Nat. A. Yuille, XLIX. 260. "Inland Navigation in France." A. Chargufiraud. (Translated from the French bv Foster Crowell.) (Inter Eng. Cong. DIV, Part F. 235 (1905). 1904.) "Inland Transportation." F. A. Mahan. XXIX, 97 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 457 :

(1882).

"On

the Effect of a Rapidly Increasing Supply of Water to a Stream, on the Plow below the Point of Supply. .Tames B. Pr.nncis. (With Discussion.) XXI, .5.58

Southern

14.54.

Robert McMath. XIII. 331 (1884). Discussion, XIV, 219 (1885). "Levees, as a System for Reclaiming Lowlands." George W. R. Bayley. V, 115

LXXVIl. "Natural Waterways

1189

XXVII,

XXXI.

with

Reference

(1892).

(1.
.55

Water.

Flats at Hains.

C.

Di'icussion. XXXT. 480 40 Ft. below Surface of

Norfi River. Tnhn N. Y." (With Discussion.) XXXII,

"Reservoir System of the Great Lakes of the St. Lawrence Basin: Its Relation to the Problem of Improving the Navigation of These F>odie« of W.-lt^r .i"d of Their Connecting Channels." Hiram M. Chittf>nden. (With Discussion.) XL,

ri914).

A Review of their in the Netherlands." A. B. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D. 401 (1905). Natural Waterways Discussion on Inter. Eng. Consr. Papers. 1004. WMIJnm M. Hall, E. L. Corthell, Lewis M. Haupt, :

3,55

(1898).

"River

James A. Seddon. XLTTT. 179 flOOO). on the Kansas Railwav. near Braden,

Hydraulics."

(^Vith Discussion

"River

:

Protection

)

Work

Citv Southern Okia." J. A. Lahmer. LXVI. 387 (1910). Discussion Charles H. Miller, LXVI,

A. Miller Todd, C. H. West. Arthur Hider, and K. E. Hilgard. LIV, Part D, 449 (1905).

:

395.

"

Works Executed in France from 1876 to 1891." F. Guillain. (Translated from the French bv C. L. Crandall. assisted by C. W. Sherman.) XXIX, 1

"Navigation

— and

Railroads in the TTnited States." William W. Harts. LXXIX. 919 (1915). Discussion F. Lavis, H. Burgess, H. T. Pease, J. H. Bernhard, and Emile Low, :

LXXIX.

933.

"Rolling Dams." K. E. Hilgard. ("Inter. Eng. Cong 1004.) TJV. Part D. 4.39 (1905). "Some Notes on the Holland Dikes." Will-

(1893).

"Note on the Improvement of the MissisRiver." W. G. Price. LX, 339 Discussion: L. B. Lion, LX,

iam Starling. (With Discussion.) XXVI, 559,

"Notes on the Flow of the West Branch of the Croton River." J. James R. Croes. Ill, 76 (1874).

.

A. Bensel. 231 (1894).

Marinkelle.

sippi

2.53

"Removal of Rock

Development

(1908). 342.



"Reclamation of the Potomac Washington. D. C." Peter

305

"Measurement of the Flow of Streams by Approved Forms of Weirs with New Formulas and Diagrams: Details and Summaries of the Results of Experiments by Francis, Bazin, Fteley and Stearns. and at the Hydraulic Laboratories of Cornell University and the University of Utah." Richard R. Lyman. (With Discussion.)

California



E.

VL

De Volson

Francis H. Wright, H. F. Dunham, and Fred D. Bowlns. T.XXXITT. 11,^^ Pollution of—. XXV, 125 (1891). "Practical Consequences of Variation of the Wet Section of under General and Special Conditions." Robert E. McMath. IX. 377 dSSO). "R.ninfnll and River Flow" Cvrus C. Bnbb. (With Discussion.) XXVIII. .323 (1893). "Rainfall, Flow of Streams, and Storage." Desmond FitzGerald. (With Discussion.)

"Levee Theory Tested bv Facts."

299;

."

to the Problems of Flood Control." A. L. Sonderegger. LXXXIII, 1111 (19191920). Discussion: Charles A. Pohl.

W

V,



"Physiography of Water-Sheds and Channels, and Analysis of Stream Action of

(1893).

Discussion,

(18S9).

"On the Flow of Water in Wood. VIII, 173 (1879).

"Irrigation and River Control in the Colorado River Delta." H. T. Corv. LXXVI, 1204 (1913). Discussion: L. J. Le Conte, Morris Knowles, Francis L. Sellew, ElFollptt. wood M'^nd. W. H. R. Forbes, R. S. Buck. F. T. Robson, Andrew M. r'haffpy, C, E. Grnnskv. Clarence K. Clarke, and U. S. Marshall,

(1876). (1877).

Discussion, IV, 332; V,

"Notes on the South Pass Jetties." Max E. Schmidt. IX, 290 (1880). "On Flood Heights in the Mississippi River, with Especial Refereiicp to tli<^ Reach between Helena and Vicksburg." William Starling. XX, 195 (1889). "On the Determination of the Flood Discharge of and of the Backwater Caused by Contractions." William R. Hutton. (With Discussion.) XI, 211

in—. I.XXXTI. 1138 (1918). "Improvement of the Black Warrior, Warin Alabama." R. rior and Tombigbee

LXXVI.

States."

"Notes on the Improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi." W. Milnor Roberts.

Discussion.

Ice diversion



United

J. LV, 306.

(1876). at Great Falls,

C.

the

In

LV. 288 (1905). Discussion: LeConte and William W. Harts,

D. A. Watt.

"History of the Conversion of the River Clyde into a Navigable Water-Way, and of the Progress of Glasgow Harbour from its Commencement to the Present Day." James Deas. XXIX, 128 (1893). Discussion,

(Continned).

Harbor Outlets

(With Discussion.) Theron A. Noble. XLI, 1 aS99>. Gauging of Potomac Kiver. XXVIII, 211

(1892).

"Some Observations on the Subject of the Improvement of Several of the — of the Atlantic Coast" W. P. Crnighill. (With

Discussion, IV, 297 (1S75).

"Notes on the Improvement of River and

Discussion.)

92

XIX,

233 (1888).

RIVERS

nWEft!^— (Continued).

"Some Principles

California." W. B. Clanp. E. C Murnhv. and W. F. Martin. LXI, 281 (1908). Discussion: C. E. Grnnsky, H. M. Chittenden. H. F. Labelle. Luther Waponer. H. H. Wadsworth. George L. Dillman, and Edwin Durvea. Jr., LXI, 331. "The Flood of March 22d, 1912. at Pittsburgh, Pa." Kenneth C. Grant. (With

(Continued). Relatinpr to the AdminT. Streams." Clarence of istration LXXVIII, 630 (191.5). DisJohnston.

Herbert E. Bellamy. John H. cussion Lewis, Robert E. Horton, and George P. Decker. LXXVIII. 040. :

"Standard Coppfe. 191

Levpp Sections." H. (With Discussion.)

L.

St.

XXXIX,

(ISOS).

"Stream Contamination and Sewapre Puri-

An Informal Discussion. R. VT. C. Pnrmloy. Gardner S. Peter Milne. Kenneth Allon, James Owen, Charles G. Darrach. E. W. Harrison. P. A. Maigrnen. L. L. Tribus, fication "

McMath.

E.

Williams,

Palmer C. Ricketts, James S. Harincr. and .Tames H. Fuertes. XLII. 100 fl,990K "Technical Methods of Riv^r Improvemont as Developed on the Lower Missouri bv the '^'^ner^l nnveriiirif'iit. River. from 1S7fi to 1903." Waters Fox. S. LTV, 280 noo.^l. Discussion: Samuel H. Tonsre, H. Chittenden, and L. J. Le Conte, LTV, 327. "The Atchafnlava River: Somo of its T>ecii-

M

Pbvsi-i' r-hnr.T-toriqtic^." J. A. Ofkerson. T,VTTI. 1 (1907). Discussion: Henrv "R. Richardson, T. G. Dabnev, Frnnk ^T Kerr, and L. .1. Le Conte. LVIIT, 12. "The Brazos River Harbor Improvement." i;nr

n^orr'o Y Discussion.

v^'V

A^'s^jnoT-

XXV,

."m

XXVI.

."^37:

.51R

ri«Oll riR92).

of the Formation of Bars at as Shown in an Exthe Moiiths of amination of the Connecticut River." Theodore G. EHis. IT. 313 (1R73). "The Control of Hydraulic Mininar in California bv the Federal Government."

"The Cansps



.

William W. Harts. LVTT. 1 riOOR). Discussion H. H. Wad=!Worth. Franklin Riffle. J D. Gnllowav. H. Do C. Richards, and Stephpn E. Kieffer. LVIT. 31. "The Control of Non-Naviprable Streams :

by the National Government" An InDiscussion. Rudolph Herinpr. Hnrrnr^h "'^A Francis CollinirPhnrVs

formal

'^-

wood.

XLTX.

14 a902).

plnmition

of

'*^s

AUnv'oi

Lands."

M. Harrod. VTT. 243 (1878). "The Davis ^Crevasse) Levee." Lewis. XVTI. 199 (1887). "The Dplta of the Mi'ssissinni. in

B.

Sidney F. Cf>risidf>rpd

Rel'^tion to an 'O^'^n Riv°'' '^Tout'i " G. Barnard. IV, 104 (1875). Dis'

John

cussion. IV, 290, 297. Desitrn of a Drift

"Tho

T^'hifn Tf'Vpr

iiPir

Viibiirn

Barripi-

Wi

'^'i'

a''ro=«!

Ilgton

."

H. H. Wolff. LXXX, 2001 (1910). Discussion H. M. Chittenden, and W. J. Roberts. liXXX. 2077. "Thp Disrharcp of the Mi««issinn! !{''""• " William Starlinc. XXXIV. .347 (189.'?). :

Discussion.

XXXV.

30.5

ri890).

"The Economic Improvement of the Coosa and .Alab'uir" — in (;piir"ia •'•id \inhama." D. M. Andrews. L. 303 (1903). Discussion: R. R. Ravmond. L. 3.S0. "The Failure of (hp Yuba River Df'bris Barrier, and thp Eff(irt>< Made for Its Maintenance." II. II. Wadsworth. (With Discussion.) LXXI. 217 (1911). "The First Trip throutrh BItr Horn Canon." .

E. Gillette.

XXV.

S

(1891).

"The Flood of March, 1907. in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins,

.302

(1913).

Floods of the Mississippi Delta Their Causes, and Suggestions as to Their Control." William D. Pickett. LXIII, 53 (1909). "The Flow of tho Sudbury River, Massafor

chusetts,

thp

Alphonse Ftelev. 225

Y..nrs

1.S7.5

to

1879

(With Discussion.)

"

X,

(1881).

"The Gauging schpl.

VII,

of Streams." 236 (1878).

Clemens Her-

"The Hydrography of the Potomac Basin." Cyrus C. Babb. (With Discussion.) XXVII, 21 (1892). "The Improvement of Channels in Sedimentarv— ." George H. Henshaw. XX. 109 Discussion, XX, 116, 229. (18S9). "The Improvement of James River, Virginia." H. D. Whitcomb. XXVIII. 200 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII, 445. "The Improvement of the Mississippi River." William Starling. XX, 85 (1889). Discussion. XX. 229. "The Improvement of the Ohio River."

William

L.

Discussion:

Sibert.

LXIII. 388

Theron M.

Ripley,

(1909).

LXIII,

426.

"The

Theory

Levee

on

the Mississippi Discussion. B. M. Harrod and others. LI. 331 (1903). "The Levees of the Missippi River." Caleb G. Forshev. TTI. •2(;7. 289 (1S74). Discussion. IV. 85 (1875). "The Limits Attainable in Improving the Navigability of by Means of Regulation." H. Engels. (Translated from the German bv Kenneth Allen.) XXIX. 202 (1803). Discussion, XXX, 492 (1893). "The Lower Colorado River and the Salton Basin." C. E. Grunsky. LIX. 1 (1907). Discussion W. G. Price, Rutger B. Green, T. G. Dabney. W. De H. Washington, and .1. A. Ockerson. LIX. 52. "The Mean Velocity of Streams Flowing in Natural Channels." Robert E. McMath. XI. 180 (1882). "The Overflow of the Mississippi River." Lyman Bridges. (With Discussion.) XI, 251 (1882). "The Preservation of the Falls of St. Anthonv." P T\ Farmilinr. (With DisXII. 393 (1883). cussion.) "The Redpiiintion of thp Great Vnllev of California." A D. Foote. (With Discussion.) LXVI. 229 (1910). "The South Pass .Tetties. Descriptive and Incidental Notes and Memoranda." B. L. Corthell. VII. 131 (1878). Discussion, VII. 1.59. "The South Pass .Tetties. Notes on the Consolidation and Durability of the Works, with a Description of the Concrete Blocks and Other Constructions of the Last Year. Max E. Schmidt. VIII, 189 (1879). "The South Pass Jetties. Ten Years' I'ractical Teachings in River and Harbor Ilvdraulics." E. L. Corthell. XIII, Discussion, XV, 223 (IS.SO). 313 (1884). "The Storage of Flood-Waters for Irrigation: A Study of the Supply Available

River."

An Informal



:

"The Danjrera Threateninqr the Navigration of the Mississippi River and the Re-

LXXVI.

Discussion.)

"The

RIVERS

ROADS

(Confiniied)

from Southern California Streams." A. M. Strong. (With Discussion.) LXXVII,

Flowing Wa-

"The Suspension of Solids in Elon Huntington Hooker. ter."

XXXVI,

Discussion.)

"The Water Power

(With

(1896).

2.39

the

of

Falls

of

St.

(With Frizell. XII, 412 (1883). Run-Off, at Holyoke, Mass.,

Joseph

Anthony." Discussion.)

"Twenty Years

^^

P.

Clemens River." of the Connecticut Herschel. LVIII, 29 (1907). Discussion: H. V. Hinckley, and John C. Hoyt, LVIII, 34. "Wing Dams in the Mississippi above the Edward P. Falls of St. Anthony." VI, 208 (1877). Ni)rth. "YiOTfl of the Sudbury River

Water-Shed

in the Freshet of Feb. 10th-13th, 1886." Desmond FitzGerald. XXV, 253 (1891).

RIVET SPACING. "A

Direct Method of Spacing Rivets and Finding the Position, etc., of Stiffeners (With Plate Girders." E. Schmitt.

in

XLV.

Discussion.)

550 (1901).

RIVETED JOINTS. "Experiments on Iron and Steel Joints, Riveted on an Angle." Bertram B. Flint.

XXVII, 406

(1892).

RIVETING MACHINES. Riveting machine for pipe.

concrete

XXXVIII,

268

seq.

et

field

204

riveting on steel



G.

Budd, N. P. Lewis, Calvin Tomkins, G. A. Roullier, E. W. Harrison, J. J. McLaughlin, G. W. Tillson, Charles H. Graham, Howard J. Cole, Henry B. Sea-

of Road Conditions and Marsden California." in DiscusXLVIII, 327 (1902). sion: James Owen, and George W. Till354. XLVIII, son, "A New Method of Calculating Cross-SecFrancisco and Railroads." tions of Da Silva Ribeiro. (Translated from the 447 XXIX, French bv Foster Crowell.)

man. George

LXXVI,

533 in

(1913).

Building

Meem.

W

1482.

XXIV, 325 (1891). "California Practice in Highway ConstrucW. C. Hammatt. LXXVII, 1760 tion." (1914). Discussion: Allen Hoar, LXXVII, of

rock

(1912).

for—.

LXXV,

Malcolm H. Smith, E. H. Rogers, H. G. Shirley, James C. Wonders, F. C. Pillsburv, F. P. Smith, and J. W. Howard, LXXIII, 1 (1911). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Bituminous Surfaces." An Informal Dis-

583

cussion.

River ComFrederico munications in Portugal." XXIX, 299 (1893). 4.ugusto Pimental. Construction of earth and sand clay ,

Railways

and

A.

W. Dean, W.

D.

Uhler,

Arthur H. Blanchard, William H. Connell, Fred E. Ellis, P. P. Sharpies, Clifford Richardson, Harold Parker, W. W. Crosby, J. A. Johnston, James Owen, C. J. Bennett, A. S. Bralnard, G. Immediato, W. H. Fulweiler, and Amos



LXXXII,

An

Ivogan

Frank J. Eppele, John R. Rablin, R. K. Compton, William H. Connell, Arthur W. Dean, Michael Driscoll, Philip P. Sharpies, James Owen,

Ancient—.

"Common —

Discussion.

Hubbard,

James, Arthur H. Blanchard, Spencer J. Stewart and James Owen, LXXVII,

1769.

Thompson, Ed-

Wallpr W. Crosby, Arthur H. Blanchard, Clifford Richardson, C. F. Knowlton, A. F. Armstrong, Watson G. Clark, Harold Parker, Henry B. Drowne, Joseph W. Hunter, Paul D. Sargent, Fred. E. Ellis, Samuel Whinery, H. B. Pullar, Nelson P. Lewis, Hubert K. Bishop, George C. Diehl, R. A. Meeker, James H. MacDonald, J. L. Wickes, H. C. Poore, Charles W. Ross, L. R. Grabill, Prevost

LXXVI, 991. "An Investigation of Sand-Clay Mixtures John C. Koch. for Road Surfacing." LXXVII, 1454 (1914). Discussion: E. W.

Classification

C.

(1899)

Informal Page, W.

Discussion: F. G. Crosby, Frink, C. H, Swontser, W. J. C. Meem, and Arthur H. Blanchard, 988

S.

"Road Construction and Maintenance."

(1893).

J. L.

Hill,

P. North, T. McC. Leutz4, Warren B. Travell, F. G. Cudworth, T. H. McCann, M. D. Burke, H. Conrow, L. J. Lp Conte, and W. C. Foster, XLI, 85

ward





462 (1909).

struction." LXVI, 429 (1910). "Road Building." An Informal Discussion. Tames Owen, W. E. McClintock, Henry I.

Legislation

XXX,

LXV,

:

Manson.

Discussion,

Davison,

Construction. Discussion on InBng. Cong Papers, 1904. R. J. Thomas, Halbert P. Gillette, W. R Hil'yer, Henry Manley, Oberlin Smith, B. C. Donhara, James Collier, B. Cole, H. K. Barrows, E. Purnell Hooley, and James Owen. LIV, Part F, 163 (1905). "Highway Construction in France." G. (Translated from the French Forestier. bv Paul A. Seurot.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part F, 129 (1905). 1904.) "Highway Construction in the United (Inter. Eng. James Owen. States." Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 101 (1905). "Highway Construction Methods and General Description of Massachusetts VTork." William E. McClintock. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV. Part F, 143 (1905). "Progress Report of Special Committee on Bituminous Materials for Road Conter.

(1897).

Suggested Improvement Wator-Bound Macadam ."

S.

Highway

"A Brief History

(1893).

LXXIV,

Gravel—. LXXXII, 1388, 1411 (1918). "Has Experience Demonstrated That the Oiling is the Most Satisfactory or Economical Method of Preventing Dust and Preserving the Road Surface?" An Informal Discussion. S. Whinery, and

ROADS.

"A

for—.

(1911).

67 (1914).

,.«^

(Continued)

Foundations of oil-mixed Portland cement

1409 (1918).

Definitions of highway engineering terms. LXXXII, 1420 et seq. (1918). Description of the French road system. LXXVII, 152 (1914). "Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Koad Construction and on Standards for Their Test and T'se." (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 1384 (1918).

Schaeffer.

LXXV,

548 (1912).

"Road Construction and Maintenance: Ce-

ment-Concrete Pavements." An InformJ. A, Johnston, A. H. al Discussion. Blanchard, Sanford B. Thomfson, B. H. Thomes, PhiUp P. Sharpies, L. P. Sibley,

M

ROADS

KOADS

(Continued)

Samuel Whinery, Harold Parker, William M. Kinney, and James Owen.

LXXVII, 118 (1914). "Road Construction and Maintenance Cost Records and Reports." An Infnrnml Dis:

Nelson P. Lewis, L. L. Tribus, W. W. Crosby, Georpe W. Tillson, Willlam H. Connell, A. H. Blanchard, H. W. Wilcock. and Frederick Durham, cussion.

LXXVII, 129 (1914). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Design of Highway Systems." An Informal Discussion. Jean de Pulligny, Bertram Brewer, Nelson P. Lewis. James Owen, Amos Schaeffer, J. W. Howard, C. E. Carter, F. O. Whitney, and A. H. BlanLXXVII, 152 (1914). chard.

and Maintenance: Construction An InDrainage and Foundations." James Owen, Paul formal Discussion. D. Sargent, Theodore S. Oxholm. F. C. Pillsbury, J. A. Johnston. Ciirtord Richardson, W. W. Crosby, Arthur H. Blanchard, Samuel Whinery, H. P. Willis, and Will P. Blair. LXXV, 504 (1912). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Engineering Organizations for Highway Work." An Informal Discussinu. Willis Whited, WilUam H. Connell, E. W. James, Charles J. Bennett, A. W. Dean, Henry W. Durham, Robert A. Meeker, Paul D. Sargent, W. W. Crosby, Nelson P. Lewis, John C. Trautwine, Jr., William Goldsmith, George A. Ricker, and LXXVII, William de H. Washington.

"Road

1074

(1914).

"Road Construction and Maintenance: Equipment and Methods for Maintaining Bituminous Surfaces and Bituminous Pavements." An Infunual Discussion William R. Farrington, and others

LXXVII, 1155 (1914). "Road Construction and Maintenance Equipment for the Construction of Bi tuminous Surfaces and Bituminous Pave ments." An Informal Disiussiou. Fran cis P. Smith, H. B. Drowne, James L Gaynor, H. C. Poore, W. S. Godwin, H. Kershaw, W. H. Fulweiler, J. A Johnston, Arthur H. Blanchard, J. Howard, Philip P. Sharpies, and Pre vest Hubbard. LXXVII, 171 (1914). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Factors Limiting the Selection of Materials and of Methods in Highway Construc-

W W

tion." An Informal I)is( iissioii. I'. 10. Green, E. H. Thomes, S. Whinery, "-W. W. Crosby, Mark Brooke, George W. Tillson, Robert A. Meeker, R. E. Beaty, William M. Kinney. William (Joldsniilli, George A. Ricker, D. B. Goodsell, Henry W. Durham, and William de H. Washington. LXXVII, 1123 (1914). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Filler.s for l'>riclv and Block I'avements." An Informal Discussion. George W. Tillson and others. LXXV, 527 (1912). "Road Construction and Maintenance: Use of Bituminous Material in Penetration and Mixing Methods." An Infurmal Discussion. Linn White, Clifford Richard Bon, A. F. Armstrong, E. H. Thomes F. C. Pillsbury, Arthur H. Blanchard W. W. Crosby, G. W. Tillson, R. B Gage, Frederick Dunham, H. C. I'oore

Theodor

S.

Oxholm,

J.

W. Howard, Mi

chael Driscoll, Herbert Spencer, P. P Sharpies, H. L. Collier, William H. Con-

nell,

(Continued)

Hugh Boorman, and

T.

LXXV,

W. Dow.

A.

572 (1912).

"Sampittic Surfacing." Walter Wilson Crosby. LXIV, 352 (1909). Discussion: L. W. Page, Prevost Hubbard, Arthur H. Blanchard, Philip P. Sharpies. H. W. Clark, C. E. Grunsky,

Henry

Drowne,

B.

Francis P. Smith, J. W. Howard, and Clifford Richardson, LXIV, 359. Screens used for classifying road material.

LXXV,

580 (1912).

"The Construction and Maintenance

Edward

P. North.

of

VIII, 95 (1879).



."

Dis-

cussion, VIII, 333.

"The Controverted Questions in Road Construction." James Owen. XXVII, 603 (181)2). Discussion, XXVII, G22 XXVII, ;

76 (1893).

"The Maintenance of Macadam and Other ." An Informal Discussion. Arthur H. Blanchard, John R. Rablin, Louis L. Tribus, James Owen, Nelson P. Lewis, G. N. Houston, D. C. Wedgeworth, and Ira O. Baker. LXI, 445 (1908). "The Production of Traffic and the Transportation of Freijiht and Passengers." Martin Coryell. (With Discussion.) II,



240 (1873).

Use of water, calcium chloride, light oils, etc., as dust palliatives. LXXIII, 33 (1911).

See also

PAVEMENT.

ROLLING STOCK.



"Experiments on the Resistances of A. M. Wellington. VIII, 21 (1879). "Experiments with New Apparatus on Journal Friction at Low Velocities." A. M. Wellington. (With Discussion.) XIII, 409

(1884).

"Loadings for Railroad Bridges." An Informal Discussion. Henry W. Hodge and others. LI, 105 (1903). Locomotives and other Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. W. F. M. Goss, G. R. Henderson, A. Mallet, O. Busse, Karl P. Dahlstrom, and Henry S. Haines. LIV, Part D, 347 (1905).



.

"On the Theoretical Resistance road (1878). (1879).

Curves." S. Discussion,

Whinery. VII,

97;

of RailVII, 79 VIII, 179

"Resistances of Railway Trains." of

(Report Dynagrai>h Experiments of 1'. II. William P. Shinn. V, 341

Dudley.) "

(1876).

— in

France." Eduoard Sauvage. Eng. Cong. 1904). LIV, Part

(Inter.

D,

319

(1905). in its

— relation to broad and narrow gauge. 330 (1915). — on light LXXVIII, railways in France. LXXXIII, 1220

(1919-20).

Standard gauge freight

cars.

XXXI,

201

(1894).

"Street Motors on the

Government Tram-

ways at Sydney, New South Wales." George Downe. XXVIII, 150 (1893). Tests to determine the effect of speed and counterbalance on stresses in rail

LXXXIII, 1414 (1919-20). "The Electriliction of the Suburban Zone of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad in the Vicinity of New York City." William J. Wilgus. (With Discussion.. LXI. 73 (1908). ." "Uniformity in Railway O. Cbanute.



XI, 291 05

(1882).

ROLLING STOCK— (Contimted).

RUN-OFF

Weight of—. LIV, Part A, 79 (1905). Weight of street cars. XXXVII, 92 (1897). Weights of motor cars and trailers for

"The Storage of Flood-Waters for Irrigation A Study of the Supply Available from Southern California Streams." A. M. Strong. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, :

elevated railroads. XXXVII, 314 (1897). See also LOCOMOTIVES.

67 (1914).

"Twenty Years' the

KOOFS.

— of

oil-storage reservoirs 703 (191G).

LXXX,

See also

ROPE DRIVING. "A Problem

in Continuous (With Discussion.)

Miller. (1898).



LV, 157

."

of

Charles

Tramway for the Saline Valley Salt Company, Inyo County, California." (With Discussion.) F. C. Carstarphen. LXXXI, 709 (1917). "One Way of Obtaining Brine." Charles B. Brush. (With Discussion.) XXIII,

Determining Storm-Water (With DisB. Buerger.

LXXVIII,

cussion.)

Calculation

of

— for

1139 (1915). LV, sewers.

(1905).

California precipitation and 113, et seq.



.

57,

— in

the

(1916).

"Comparison Betvpeen Rainfall and

95 (1890).

401

LXXX,

SAND. "An Investigation of — Clav Mixtures for Road Surfacing." John C. Koch. (With LXXVII, 1454 (1914). Discussion.)

John C. Northeastern United States." LIX, 431 Hoyt. (With Discussion.)

crete

Rainfall

and

other

Adolph F. Meyer. Data." (With Discussion.) LXXIX, 1056 (1915). from Rainfall Data." Joel "Derivation of D. Justin. LXXVII, 346 (1914). Discussion: L. J. Le Conte, R. B. H. Begg, R. G. Clifford, Robert E. Horton, J. William Link, and J. K. Finch, LXXVII, 364.

(1909).

Weston E. Fuller. (With LXXVII, 564 (1914).

(With Discussion.)

492 (1911). for use with cement. XXXII, 415 (1894). of etc., gravity, specific of Tests LXXXII, 1436 (1918).

Testing

LXII, 245

"Hydrology of the Panama Canal." Caleb Discussion.) (With Mills Savilla.

LIV, 173 near and

sion.)

"Rain







(1909).

LXXVI, 871 (1913). "Maximum Rates of Rainfall at (With Charles W. Sherman.



for filters at Washington, Preparation of D. C. LVII, 326 (1906). Sands near Monterrey, Mexico. LXXII.

"Forests and Reservoirs in Their Relation to Stream Flow, with Particular Reference to Navigable Rivers." H. M. Chittenden.







Discussion.)

to

LXXXI,

Physical

"Flood Flows."



for test specimens of conbe immersed in sea water. 651 et seq. (1917). clay roads. Construction of earth and LXXXII, 1409 (1918). Infor Concrete." An "Impurities in formal Discussion. Sanford B. Thompson, R. W. Lesley, C. P. Howard, Richard L. Humphrey, G. S. Davison, S. Whinery, Charles M. Mills, T. F. Richardson, and E. G. Haines, LXV, 250

Analyses of

(1907).

"Computing — from

190 (1910).

S.ILT. "An Aerial

RUN-OFF.



(With

RAINFALL.

LXX, K. D. Coombs.

(1905).

"A Method

,

"Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials, and Fuels." Her(With Discussion.) bert M. Wilson.

165

ROUND-HOUSES. "Round-House Framing."

at Holyoke, Mass., of River." Clemens HerLVIII, 29 Discussion.)

SAFETY LAMPS.

Spencer

."

XXXIX,



Connecticut

schel. (1907).

California.

in

(Continued)

SAND BLAST.

Boston." Discus-

"

— Cleaning

of Structural Steel." George W. Lilly. L, 254 (1903). Discussion: Charles E. Fowler, William Anderson Polk, J. P. Snow, Theodore Belzner, Theodore Paschke, A. H. Sabin. H. B. Seatflan, and E. A. H. Tays, L, 277. for cleaning metal. XXXIX, 28 (1898). Sand-blasting and painting Niagara Railway Arch Bridge. LXXXIII, 1990 (1919-

(1905).

San Francisco, CaliGrunsky. (With Dis-

fornia." C. E. cussion.) LXI, 496 (1908). "Rainfall, and in Storm-Water Sewers."





(With DisCharles Emerson Gregory. cussion.) LVIII, 458 (1907). near Diego, Cal. and San Rainfall



LXXV, 29, 54 (1912). — assumed for Stony River Dam. LXXXI, 926 (1917). — in San Bernardino Basin, California. LXXXII, 819 (1918). — of Cedar River, Washineton. XLI, 10 (1899). — of Hudson River, 1888 to 1899. XLIII,

1920).

SAND-JACKS.

— used

bridge

in

(1910). — used in

placing

LXXXII,

689

erection.

LXVII,

21

Harlem River Bridge.

(1918).

SANITATION.

325

(1900). "Storage to

be Provided in Impounding Reservoirs for Municiiial Water Supply." (With Discussion.) Hazen. Allen LXXVII, 1539 (1914). "The Flood of March, 1907, in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins, W. B. Clapp, E. C. California." Murphy, and W. F. Martin. (With DisLXI, 281 (1908). cussion.)

"Prevention of Mosquito Breeding." cer Miller. 7.59

"'J'he

(With Discussion.)

Spen-

LXXVI,

(1913).

— of

Construction

Camps."

Harold

LXXVI, 493 (1913). Hardman, Spencer C. Winsor, W. E. Britton,

Farnsworth Gray. Discussion: Miller, F. W.

Frank

LXXVI, 96

R. E.

Austin, 509.

and Harry

G.

Payrow,

SEWAGE DISPOSAL— (ConfiJiwed).

8CAI.es.

"Thermometer—."

Fred. Brooks.

XV,

Frederic P. Stearns. XVIII. Discussion. XVIII, 24.

381

(1SS6).

SCIENCE. "

— and

Annual Convention Cal." June 30th.

cisco,

XXXV,

Curtis Clarke.

at



San Fran-

ISOO.

Thomas

508 (1890).

"Rotating: Screen River Project." (1908). — for grading:

of F.

Power

Canal.

Teichman.

LX,

(1891).

XXX,

350

for

the

Wastes Disposal States Army." Leonard (1919-20).

.3.37

XXV,

Water bv

and

LXXXIII.

LXXXIT.

(With Discussion.)

S. Doten. Discussion:

Leonard Metcalf, Nicholas S. Hill, Jr., Almon L. Fales, Kenneth Allen, G. Bertram Kershaw, Edmund B. Besselievre, George T. Hammond A. L. Sherman. .T. F. Brown, and Lynn B. Perry, LXXXIII,



Discussion.)

353.

PILES. See PILES.

"Sewage

Charles A. Allen. XVIII, 8 (1888). DiscusWhipple, B. Kuichling, sion, G. C. George W. Rafter, William S. .Johnson, J. P. A. Maignen, Clyde Potts, R. Winthrop Pratt, .John W. Alvord. John H. Gregory, H. W. Clark, and C-E. A. Winslow. LVII, 91 (1906). Sewage Disposal. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. J. L. Van Ornum, M. N. Baker, Samuel Rideal. Gilbert Fowler. J. M. Coane, W. Thwaites. H. Ross Hooper. Andrew Rosewater. Allen Hazen, H. N. Ogden, E. J. Hanley. H. Birch Killon, Rudolph Hering, Robert Spurr Weston, M. O. Leighton, John W. Alvord, F. A. Barbour, and George W. Fuller. LIV, Part E, 207 (1905). " in America." George W. Fuller. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E, 147 Disposal."

(With Discussion.)

"Sewage Disposal."

SEA WALLS.

RETAINING WALLS.

SEDIMENTATION. "On—."

Allen Hazen. LIII, 45 (1904). Discussion Galen W. Pearsons, Robert :

Spurr Weston, and George W. Fuller, LIII. 72. "Water Purification

at St. Louis, Mo." E. Wall. (With Discussion.) LX, 170 (1908). "Water Purification Plant, Washington, D. C, Results of Operation." E. D. Hardy. (AYith Discussion.) LXXII, 301

Edward

An Informal



(1911).

SEEPAGE.

(1905).

"Designing an Earth Dam Having a Gravel Foundation, with the Results Obtained in Tests on a Model." James B. Hays. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 1 (1917). flow and surface run-off. LXXIX, 1131

"—in

France." M. Bechmann. (Translated from the French by George W. Fuller.) LIV, Part E. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.)

(1905). — 195 works and



"The Action of Water under Dams." J. B. T. Colman. (With Discussion.)

LXXX.

421 (1916).

Economic



Aspect of and Other in Irrigation Systems." E. G. Hopson. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 336 Losses

(1903).

Informal Discussion. R. fication." An XLII. 160 (1899). E. McMath and others. Tables relating to sewage treatment works and filtration statistics of German cities. LXXVIII, 968 (1915).

(1913).

"The Antecedents of the Septic Tank." Leonard Metcalf. XLVI, 456 (1901). Discussion: Frank Herbert Snow, Rudolph Hering, George W. Rafter, and James Owen, XLVI, 472. "The Improved Water and Sewage Works of Columbus, Ohio." .Tohii H. (Jregury. (With Discussion.) LXVII, 200 (1910").

"The Absorption Water."

LXXVI,

."

Clarence

of

Oxygen bv De-Aerated

Earle B. Phelps. Discussion: W.

(1913).

LXXVI, E.

1624

Adeney,

16.37.

"The Antecedents of the Septic Tank." (With Discussion.) Leonard Metcalf. XLVI, 456 (1901). "The Clarification of Sewage by Fine Screens." Kenneth Allen. LXXVIII, 880 Discussion: G. Bertram de B. (1915). Kershaw, AV. L. Stevenson, George C. A\'liiliple, C. A. .Jennings, (J. Franzc and

SETTLING BASINS.



lands at Monter-

"Stream Contamination and Sewage Puri-

SEPTIC TANKS.

"The Vicksburg XXI, 88 (1889).

irrigation

LXXII, 545 (1911). rey, Mexico. "Sewage Purification." An Informal Discussion. Rudolph Hering. (Jeorge W. Rafter, and L. J. Le Conte. LI, 415

(1915).

See also

125

TTnited

3.37

gravel, and broken 1400. 1443 (1918). ." of Sewage by Fine

SCREW

"The

Bassett.

"Sewage

Salt

sand,

"The Clarification Kenneth Allen. (With LXXVIII, 880 (1915).

See

,

Ph.

"Purification of Sewage and of Filtration." Hiram F. Mills. (1S931. Discussion, XXX. 702.

SCREENS.

stone.

(1888).

"Inland with Special Reference to the East Orange, N. J., Works." Carrol

Engineering:." Presidential Address

at the

1

"European Sewage and Garbage Removal." W. Howard White. XV. 849 (188G).

Delafiold.

RESERVOIRS.

Schaefer, George W. Fuller, X. Cohen, F. T. Robson, Alexander Rudolph Potter, Charles E. Gregory, Hering, .T. II. (^iranbery, I/angdon Pearse, L. C. Whittemore, Sanmel A. Greeley, E. Kuichling. George T. Hammond. .T. C. Riedel, David T. Pitkethly, William L. D'Olier, .John II. Gregory, and George A. Soper, LXXVIII, 954.

Hermann .J.

SEWAGE DISPOSAL. Analj'sis of sewage at Gleiwitz screening plant. LXXVIII, 910 (1915). Brief bibli()grai)hy of works relating to the clarification of sewage by fine screens. LXXVIII, 952 (1915). "Chautauqua, >r. Y., Works." William B.



"The Improved Water and Sewage Works of Columbus, Ohio." John H. Gregory.

Landreth. XXXII, 1 (1894). "Disposal of Sewage in Massachusetts." 97

SEWAGE DISPOSAL,— (Confmued).

SEWERAGE— (Cont!m
LXVII. 206

(1910). Discussion: Joseph Ellms, Julian Griggs, C-E. A. Winslow, R. D. Scott and R. F. McDowell, Samuel Tobias Wagner, J. Corbett, W. R. Copeland, W. A. Sperry, J. W. Sale,

W.

Hoover. C. B. Hoover, A. Elliott Kimberly, Samuel Rldeal. Alexander Potter, Gilbert Fowler, William Gavin Taylor, Allen Hazen, William B. Fuller, Emil Kuichling, Langdon Pearse, Rudolph Hering, George A. Johnson, and P.

C.

George W. Fuller, LXVII,

324.

"Tidal Phenomena in the Harbor of New York." H. de B. Parsons. (With Dis-

LXXVI,

cussion.)

Various methods

1979

(1913). briefly.

of— described

L,

(With

"A Method

Charles

B.

LXXVIII,

Discussion.)

Bug&ne LenXXXI, 569

VII,

2.52

(1878).

11.39

(1915).

258.

B. Worthen. 393 (1891).

(With Discussion.)

W.

XXXV,

Follett. 102 (1896).

(With

XXIV,

10,

"Flow

199. in

politan

1

(1893).

— System Horton.

Theodore

"Rainfall,

Brief

1721,

1775

and

Run-Off

Discussion.)

XXV.

.394

XVT. 66

(1891).

Frederick

S.

(1887).



(1911).

of wood LXXXII, 436,

Use

stave nipe 481 (1918).

for

sewers.

SH.'VFTS. shaft. Onoensborongh Tunnel. T.XXXTI, 289 (1918). "Exneriments on Retaining Walls and Pressures on Tunnels " 'U'ininm C.Tin. aVith Discussion.) T>XXTT. 403 (1911). "Freezing n"? an Aid to Excavation in Tfn-

E'evntor

of.

Storm-Water

Sewers." Charles Emerson Gregory. LVIII, 4.58 (1907). Discussion: William C. Hoad, A. Marston, W. B. Ruggles. Emmet A. Steece, L. J. Le Conte, and Charles B. Burdick, LVIII, 491. Sewer pipe of wooden staves. XLI, 63

stnble .Tnmes! Material." Brace. H. nvith Diseussion.) LIT. 365 (1904V "Pressure. Resistance, and Stability of THnrth." .7. C Meem. (With Discussion.)

LXX. 3.'^2 (1910). .^hnft-siiiking, Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX. 600 (1916). Shaft sinkinir. Cross-Town Tunnels, Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVTTI. 398 (1910). "Shnft Sinking under Difficulties at Dor(•)iot!fpr Bfii' Tu'ine' T»o«ton, Mass " P

— in(1899). New Orleans, La., in wet LXXXII. 423 ef seq. (1918). " — Systems." Rudolph Hering. (With Discussion.) soil.

"Some

709.

of Monterrey. N. "The Water-Works and George Robert Graham Mexico." L., Conway. (With Discussion.) LXXII, 475

(1913).

in

(With

(1895).



Odell.

Massachusetts."

description

223

the Lawrenceville School."

"Flushing in Pipe Sewers." H. N. Ogden (With Discussion.) XL, 1 (1898). "History of the Pennsylvania Avenue Subway, Philadelphia, and Sewer Construction Connected Therewith." George S. Webster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XLIV. 1 (1900)

LXXVI,

F. S. Odell.

XXXIV.

:

(1901).

New York City—,

XXX,

sion.)

Discussion, XXVIII,

(With

(With Discus-

(1889).

"The Walworth Sewer. Cleveland. Ohio." Walter Camp Pnrmley. LV, .341 (1905). Discussion C G. Force. C. E. Gregory, and L. J. Le Conte, LV. 401. of "The Water Sunnly. Drainage and

70 (1891).

in

1



the Sewers of the North Metro-

XLVI, 78

Emil Kuichling.

XX,

"The Shone Hvdro-Pneiimatic Svstem of ." Urban H. Broucrhton XXVII. 6.59 Discussion. XXVIIT. .57 (1893). (1892). "The Single Trap System of House Drain(With Discusage." Latham Andprson.

"Flood Waves in Sewers and their Automatic Measurement." Alva J. Grover

XXVIII:

of Brooklyn." Willard Beahan. XXVI, 484 (1892). Discussion, XXVI, 507; XXVII, 97 (1892). "The Relation between the Rainfall and the Discharge of Sewers in Populous Dis-

sion.

202 (1880).

"Determination of the Size of Sewers " Robert B. McMath. XVI, 179 (1SS7). Effect of San Francisco earthquake on sewers. LIX, 214 (1907). "Excessive Rainfalls Considered with Especial Reference to their O'^currence in Populous Districts." R. L. Hoxie. (With

XXV,

Pugh,

R.

Sewer

— —

Discussion.)

"Design and Construction Table for EggShaped Sewers." C. G. Force, Jr. IX,

Discussion.)

Marshall

Relief

Robert G. Dieck, Charles E. Gregory. E. Kuichling, Kenneth Allen, and Walter N. Frickstad, LXV, .385. of Memphis." Frederick S. Odell. "The (With Discussion.) X. 23 (1881). "The System of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee River Flushing Works." G. H. Benzenberg. XXX, 367 (1893). Discus-

William

"Cost of Sewer Construction, Denver, Colo "

W.

and

1916.

Main

The separate system of—. X, 23 (1881). "The Sewer System of San Francisco, and a Solution of the Storm -Water Flow Problem." C. E. Grunskv. LXV, 294 Discussion i W. C. Hammatt, (1909).

R. HerDiscussion, VII,

"Concrete Sewer at Mt. Vernon."

LXXVI,

Discussion.)

Storm-Water Buerger. (With

"Brick Arches for Large Sewers." ing.

Bradbury,

"The

matic Plush Tanks."

Determining

of

Run-Off."

Piles."

Discussion.)

Infiltration of Ground-Water Into John N. Brooks. LXXVI, 1909 (1913). Discussion: John H. Gregory. Edward S. Rankin, Kenneth Allen. G. L. Christian, E. Kuichling, E. G.

Sewers."

"The Sandrock Sewers of St. Paul, Minn." George L. Wilson. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 195 (1894). "The Separate Sewer System without Auto-

SEWERAGE. tilhon.

(1879).

"The

tricts." sion.)

145 (1903).

"A Concrete Sewer on

Tables with Special Reference to Sewer Calculations." R. Hering. VIII, 1

X. .361 (1881). Specialties of the System for FlushNew Sewers of the Citv of Mox

ing the

ico." Roberto Gayol. LV, 262 (1905). Discussion Alexander Potter, LV, 283. "The Flow of Water in Small Channels, after Ganguillet and Kutter. with Kutter's Diagram Modified, and Graphical

McN.

Stauffer. HSSl). X. — for Colorado River siphon. LXXVII. 4 (1914). — for East River Tunnels. Pennsylvania

:

Railroad. OS

.34.3

LXVIII, 67

(1910).

SHORE PROTECTION

SHAFTS— (Continued)

— for

(1910).

"Sinking a Wet Shaft."

John

P.

Hogan.

Discussion: Mason D. Pratt, Charles B. Buerger, L. White, T. Kennard Dunham, F. Hale, H. M. H. Thomson, Bertrand H. Wait, T. H. Wiggin, and V. H. Hewcs, LXXIII, 414. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The East River Tunnels." James H. Brace, Francis Mason, and S. H. Woodard. LXVIII, 419

LXXIII, 398

Action."

LXVIII. 153

North River Tuunels. (1911).

XXXVI,

(Continued). Robert Fletcher.

(Abstract.) 514 (1896).

"The Protection and Improvement of Foreshores by the Utilization of Tidal and

Wave Action." R. G. Allauson-Winn. Discussion: L. M. Haupt, (1903). Francis L. Pruyn, E. Burslem Thomson, and F. Collingwood, L, 86. L, 06

See also

JETTIES: WAVES.

SHORING.

UNDERPINNING.

See

(1910).

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Lining of of the East River the Four Permanent



Division."

M.

F.

Green.

LXIX,

78

(1910).

sion.)

C.

and Stability of Meem. (With Discus-

352 (1910).

"The Bracing

of Trenches and Tunnels, with Practical Formulas for Earth Pressures." J. C. Meem. (With Discussion.)

LX,

1 (1908).

SHEET-PILING.



421

Hudson

and

the PennManhattan

:

(1894).



." G. Keeker. (Translated from the German bv George F. Swain.) XXIX, 491 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 546 (1893).

"Railway



(1893).

163 (1893).



"The

Development of Japanese Terano. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) Part D, 43 (1905).

."

Signals." Report of the ComIV, 147 (1875). Discussion, IV,

"Railway mittee. 237.

and Norris— Philadelphia, Germantown Railroad. LXXVI, 1884 (1913). Railroad — town Pennsylvania system in use at ,

New

Terminal,

LXIX,

York.

368

XLIII,

141 (1900).

SILT. "Notes on Tunnel Lining for Soft Ground." S. Johannesson and B. H. M. Hewett. LXXXIII, 1822 Discussion.) (With

S.

(1919-20).

LIV,

•"Yiie

F.

— Problem

of the Zuni Reservoir.

Robinson.

(With

(With Discussion.)

„ H.

Discussion.)

LXXXIII, 808 (1919-20). "The Suspension of Solids in Huntington Elon Water."

SHIP CANALS. See CANALS. SHIP RAILWAYS. "The Chignecto Ship Railway." ORourke. XXIV, 13 (1891).

260,

(1910).

Signals at South Boston Terminal.



XXXVI,

Flowing Hooker.

239

(1890).

IS

(1909).

SINKING FUNDS.

John F.

Data

SHIPYARDS.

in

relation

to—.

LXIV,

SIPHONS. LIV,

Japan.

Part

D,

58

"Colorado

(1905).

SHORE PROTECTION.



"Littoral Movements of the New Jersey Coast, with Remarks on Beach Protection and Jettv Reaction." licwis M. Haupt. (With Discussion.) XXIII, 123 (1890).

of Sandy Beaches in the Vicinitv of New York Citv." Elliott J. Dent. "LXXX, 1780 (I'.ilOi. Discussion:

"The Preservation

SLABS. "Cinder Concrete Floor Construction Between Steel Beams." Harold Perrine and George E. Strehan. (With Discussion.)

n. Haupt. Cliarlos II. Higgins, Allen Hoar, F. William Schwiers, A. W. Buel. and B. T. Cresson, Jr., LXXX,

Lewis

Profile

for

Resisting

George Schob-



323 (1898).

1806.

River Siphon."

LXXVII, 1 (1014). Discussion: inger. H. T. Cory, LXXVII, 35. ." Charles An"Liberation of Air in thony. Jr. LIX, as (1907). Discussion: ^!.^. P. >i. I'ritchard, LIX. Rosemary Siphon of Sudbury Aqueduct. XXXV, 241 (1890). under subways, New York City. Sewer LXXVI, 1721 (1913). >\ ater''Syphons of the Kansas City Works." G. W. Pearsons. (With DisXVIII, 130 (1888). cussion.)

"The Construction of the Lorain Dry Dock and Shipyard of the Cleveland ShipBuilding Company." James Ritchie.

"The Proper

— in

methods of

as Applied to Large InstalP. O'Donnell. XXVII, lations." John XXVIII, 276 Discussion, 515 (1892).

"Experiments on Vibration of the Japanese Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, Harusame and Hayatori." F. P. Purvis, F. Omori, S. Terano, and C. Shiba. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 89 (1905). Naval Architecture. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. L. E. Bertin, William P. Craighill, E. L. Corthell, W. F. Durand, and Sir William H. White. LIV, Part D, 117 (1905). "Naval Architecture in Great Britain." Sii William H. White. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 3 (1905). on the Clyde and its tributaries. XXIX,

XXXIX,

of

and

(1918).

Railroad tunnels. LXIX, 409 (1910). Interlocking plant for Washington Passenger Terminals. LXXI, 112 (1911). The Block System." John "Railroad P. O'Donnell. (With Discussion.) XXXII,

SHIP-BUILDING.

in

172

SIGNALING.

"Railway

See PILES.

Dockyards

LXXXII,

cement.

sylvania

Resistance, J.

LXX,

— for

Comparison

SHEATHING. "Pressure, Earth."

SIEVES.

LXX

IX. 523 (1915K "CiiidiT rdiicretc Floors." Guy B. Waite. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1773 (1914).

Wave 09

SLABS— (Con fiMwed). Final report of the Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete. Discussion by L. J. Mensch and others.

SOILS. in Earth: The Need for Comprehensive Experimentation to Determine the Coefflcients of Cohesion." William Cain. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1315

"Cohesion

LXXXII, Floor

1541 (1918). — of concrete and reinforced

concrete. 1124 et seq. (1917). of Designing a Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab, Each Side of Which Rests on Either Rigid or

LXXXI,

"Method

A. C. Janni. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1689 (1916). Progress report of Special Committee on Concrete. and Reinforced Concrete LXXVII, 416 (1914). "Statical Limitations Upon the Steel Requirement in Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab Floors." John R. Nichols. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1670 (1914). "Steel Stresses in Flat—." H. T. Eddy. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1338 (1914). Stresses in wedge-shaped reinforced concrete beams. Discussion by A. C. Janni, and William Cain. LXXVIII, 734 (1915).

Yielding Supports."

SLATES.

(1916).

transmitted Measurement of pressures through granular matter bv the soil (1919-20). LXXXIII, 1763 pressure cell.

— on

Tests of bearing value of Pearl Harbor Dry Dock.

Mansfield — XXVII,

Roofing First Paper, cussion,

Paper

331

(1892)

;

SPILLWAY.

926, et seq.

Dis-

38

(1892).

Desmond

Discussion).

XV,

Fitz337

(1880).



See

"The Art of Designing and Constructing ." John T. Thompson. (Inter. Eng.



1904.)

LIV, Part B, 351

rice C. Couchot, L. J.

(1905).

Mensch, and A. H.

Markwart, LXX, 348. "A Reinforced Concrete Stand-Pipe." W. W. Clifford. LXXIV, 375 (1911). Discussion: William Fry Scott, William Mueser, W. J. Douglas, and Joseph A. Powers, LXXIV, 392. "The Design of Elevated Tanks and — ."

SNOW. and Reservoirs in Their Relato Stream Flow, with Particular Reference to Navigable Rivers." H. M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.) LXII,

"Forests tion

245 (1909).

(With Discussion.) C. W. Birch-Nord. LXIV, 526 (1909). "The Differential Surge Tank." Raymond (With Discussion.) .Johnson. D. LXXVIII, 700 (1915).

"The

Floods of the Mississippi Delta: Their Causes, and Suggestions as to Their Control." William D. Pickett. LXIII, 53 (1909).

SNOW SHEDS.

STANDARD TIME.

"The

Canadian Pacific Railway." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 28th, 1888. Thomas C. Keefer. XIX, 55 (1888).

"On Uniform and

Civil

for Railways, Telegraphs —Purposes Generally." Sand,

ford Fleming.

X, 387 (1881).

STAVE PIPE.

SOCIAL PROBLEMS. "Some Tendencies and

GRANDSTANDS AND STADIA,

STAND-PIPES. "A Concrete Water Tower." A. Kempkey, Jr. LXX, 334 (1910). Discussion: Mau-

SMALL ARMS.

Problems

of of

See

the the

Present Day and the Relation Engineer Thereto." Address at the Annual Convention, in Ottawa, Ontario, June 18th, 1913. George Fillmore Swain.

"District

XXIV,

1112 (1913).

— Systems." 188

SOCIETY HOUSE.

(1875).

B. .7.

(}.

Rt.

(1891).

Charles E. Emery. Discussion, XXIV,

"Efliciency of Furnaces Burning Wet Fuel, as Determined bv Experiments on a Large Scale." R. H. Thurston. Ill, 290 Discussion, III, 316, 334; IV, 88 (1874). "Efficiency of

Addresses delivered at the opening of the 1897.

PIPE.

216.

38 (1914).

New—, November 24th, H. C. Potter, President Gen. Wm. P. Craighill,

WOOD

STEAM.

"The Philosophv of Engineering." Maurice G. Parsons. (With Discussion.) LXXVII,

— Vacuum —

Pumps."

J.

Fos-

V, 381 (1876). for Branch Railroad "Electricity versus Lines." An Informal Discussion. H. S. Haines and others. XLII. 375 (1899). "Motive Power for Street Railways." Alter Flagg.

Rev.

M. Harrod,

Schurman,

LLD., Hon. Joseph H. Choate. XXXVIII, 423

(With

STADIUM.

246 (1872).

LXXVI,

(1917).

water pipes. XXVI, — in Main Pipes."

Gerald.

(1902).

"Experiments on the Power of Water to ." Transport Sand in F. Collingwood.

Cong.

Mexico.

LXXXI,

SPONGILLA.

SLUICES. I,

LXXXII,

SPIRALS. See CURVES.

"The 101

Discussion.)

1473 (1918). — of Dam, Sonora, Huacal 579 (1915). — LXXVIII, provision, Stonv River Dam.

SLIDE RULES. XLVIII,

(With

tenden.

— in

Stadia slide rule.



Outlets as an "Detention Reservoirs with Agency in Flood Control." H. M. Chit-

XXVII, 348, 685; Supplementary (With Discussion.) XXXII, 529

(1894).



396 (1918).

Merriman.

."

of 259

in "The Subsidence of Muck and Peat Southern Louisiana and Florida." Charles LXXXII, W. Okey. (With Discussion.)

"The Strength and Weathering Qualities of

site

LXXX,

(1916).

(1897).

100

STEA3I

{Continued). fred F. Sears. XXVII, 313 (1892). Discussion, XXVII, 574. "On the Application of a New Sj'stem of Distillation with Conservation of Heat." Thomas Prosser. I, 79 (187-). Turbines." of Tests Typical "Some Francis Hodgkinsou. (With Discussion.) LIV, Part E, (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904). 85 (1905).



"

Heating." —Discussion.)

Wm.

E.

XXIV,

"The Purification duction of—."

of

(With

Worthen.

206 (1891). Water for the

J. O.

Pro-

Handy. (With Dis-

(Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, cussion.) Part A, 3 (1905). "The Relative Merits of Working Hoisting Water and Electricity." Machinery by George A. Goodwin. XXIX, 695 (1893). as a "The Substitution of Electricity for



,



Siemens. Alexander Power." Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E,

Motive

(Inter. Eng. 51 (1905).



"The Substitution

as a of Electricity for Motive Power." J. G. White. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part E. 3 (1905). as a The Substitution of Electricity for Motive Power. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part E, 59



(1905).



as a of Electricity for for Suburban Traffic."

"The Substitution

Power

Motive

John

Findley

See also

Wallace. (With 133 (1897).

Discus-

XXXVII,

sion.)

KNGINES: SXE.4M POWER.



"Bibliography on Valuation of Public Util2133 (1913).

Cost of—. XXXI, 32 (1894). "The Cost of—." Charles E. Emery. (With Discussion.) XII, 425 (1883).

STEAM PUMPS. PUMPS.

STEAM SHOVEI^S. The steam STEAJVI See

shovel.

STEEL,. "A Note on the Resistance of Materials." Robert H. Thurston. II, 239 (1873). "A Proposed Method of Testing Structural—." Alfred E. Hunt. XXX, 181

Discussion, XXX, 666. Instructive Eye-Bar Test." A. C. CunXXXI, (With Discussion.) 415 (1894). and Iron." "Compressive Strength of Charles A. Marshall. XVII, 53 (1887). XXVII, 374 Discussion on structural (1893).

"An

ningham.





.

(1892).



LXXIX, cinder concrete on 539, 579, 648 (1915). and "Experiments on the Protection of Aluminum Exposed to Sea Water." A. H. Sabin. First Paper, (With Discussion.) XXXVI, 483 (1896) Supplementary Paper, (With Discussion.) XLIII, 444 (1900). "Hardening Structural ." A. C. Cunningham. XXVII, 351. (1S92). Discussion, of

Effect

.



;



XXVII,

374.



"Impact Tests of Structural ." S. Bent Russell. (With Discussion.) XLIII, 1

thai,

STEAM POWER.

See

STEAMBOATS; STEAMERS.

See also

in

— for

guns.

LIV, Part B,

LIV, Part

C, 290 (1905).

TURBINES.

TURBINES (STEAM).

LXIV,

302.



for Bridges." J. A. L. Waddell. (With Discussion.) LXIII, 101 (1909). "Note on the Resistance of Materials." Robert H. Thurston. IV, 334 (1875). "Notes on the Metallography of ." Brad(Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) ley Stoughton. LIV, Part E, 357 (1905). The Present Sit"Painting Structural (With Discusuation." A. H. Sabin.

"Nickel

Arising from the Use to Blast Furnace Wool." T. Egleston. (With Discussion.) XII, 253 (1883).

LXXVI,

Robert Gordon.



of

ities."

(With Discussion.)

(1891).

213 (1905).

ENGINES.

"An Accident

373

Eye-Bars for Blackwell's Island "Nickel Bridge." William R. Webster. LXIV, 289 (1909). Discussion: Gustav Linden-

STEAMBO.ATS.

STEAM PIPES.

XXV,

Improvements

STEAM ENGINES. See

Joseph K. Oldham.

"The Steamship America." XV, 384 (1886).

(1900).

STEAM BOATS. See

STEAMSHIPS— (Co»ia'n«ed).





:

sion.) LXXVII, 952 (1914). ." William Met"Qualities of Iron and calf. V, 323 (1876). Relation between tenacity and resistance VII, 169 (1878). to torsion. and Masonry "Relative Performance of Construction." An Informal Discussion. Charles G. Darrach, Eugene W. Stern, George F. Swain, Charles C. Wentworth, Oberlin Smith, William R. Webster, James Owen, B. T. D. Myers, Jr., W. Hildenbrand, II. S. Haines, A. L. Johnson, F. Lynwood Garrison, and J. F. O'Rourke. XLIX, 74 (1902). Resilience tests of—. XXXIX, 237 (1898). LIV, Part B, 358 et seq. Uifle-barrel-





.

STEAMBOATS.

(1905).



." "Iron Hulls for Western River dore Allen, (^^'ith Discussion.)

TheoII,

271

(1873).

Mississippi River—. See also STEA.YIERS;

XXV,

STEAMSHIPS.

Shown

Thomson. 200

38G (1891).

— As

in the Removal of a Seventeen-Story Building." T. Kennard

"Rust

(With

Discussion.)

254 (1903).

STEAMERS. "The liailniiiil Ferrv Steamer Solano." Robert L. Harris. XXII, 247 (1890). See also

STEAMBOATS: STEAMERS.

STEAMSHIPS. "Screw Steamship and Tow Barge Efficiency on the Northwestern Lakes of America."

LXXI,

(1911).

"Sand-Blast Cleaning of Structural—." George W. Lilly. (With Discussion.) L,



"Some Constants of Structural ." Palmer C. Ricketts. XVI, 138 (1887). "Some ExperinuMils on the Strength of Bessemer

— Bridge

Compression

Mem-

(With Disbers." James G. Dagron. cussion.) XX, 254 (1889). Columns." James "Some Testa of Large (With Discussion.) LXXIII, E. Howard. 429 (1911).



STBEL, (Continued) Specifications for, and tests and Indiana Bridge. Specifications for

— in

STE-E-L— (Continued) Webster, J. P. Snow, William Metcalf, and Bradley Stoughton. LIV, Part E,

of—, Kentucky

XVII, 134

(1887).

reinforced concrete:

407 (1905).

Progress report of Special Committee on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete.

LXXVII, 425 (1914). Specifications for in reinforced concrete. Stony River Dam. LXXXI, 1017 (1917). Specifications for street bridging and station building, Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, New York. LXIX, 214, 220

— —

(1910).

"Specifications

Campbell.

Structural

for



."

(With Discussion.)

H.

H.

"The Physical Qualities of Acid OpenHearth Nickel as Compared with Carbon Steel of Similar Tensile Strength."



H.

liam

293 (1903).

"The Relation of Tensile Strength position sion,

LIV, Part



C, 198

Sized



1904.)

Part

F,

XXXVI, "The A.

L.

LXXXIII, "The Effects Wrought

— Arch (With

XXXVIII.

— at

See also

aelis.

(1899).

PIPE: PIPE-LINES.

STEEL, TAPES. "Invar (Nickel-Steel) Tapes on the Measurement of Six Primary Base Lines." Owen B. French. (With Discussion.)

LX, 219

(1908).

"Recent Experie'bce on the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey in the Use of Long S. R. Measuring Base Lines." for



Woodward. XXX, XXX, 638.

81 (1893). Discussion,

for Increasing the Accuracy Rapidity of Surveying Operations." Webb. (With DiscusLoring Walter

"Some Devices or

sion.)

XLVIII, 98

STONE.

(1902).



for test specimens of conbe immersed in sea water. 651 (1917). for roads. LXXXII, 1405 (1918). of etc., gravity, specific of Tests LXXXII, 1436 (1918).

Analyses of

1464.

crete

Mich-



XIII, 215 (1884).

Manufacture of — Discussion on Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. R. A. Hadtteld, Albert Sauveur, Henry M. Howe, Oswald Erlinghagen, William R.

The



XXXVI,



E.



of at Ogden, Utah. 258 (1897). ." An for Riveted Discussion. A. McL. Hawks.

Works. W^ater Oregon, Astoria, 21 (1890). Backby Pipe Riveted of Distortion "The (With DiscusFilling." D. D. Clarke. XXXVIII, 93 (1897). sion.)

55

Bridges." J. Discussion.)

O.

Wey-

Engineering StrucMehrtens. XXX, 204

Coefficient

Informal XLII, 155

of Straining Structural and Iron." Henry S. Prichard. LXXX, 1429 (1916). Discussion: J. A. L. Waddell, Henry B. Seaman, C. A. P. Turner, T. D. Lynch, James E. Howard, H. F. Moore, F. N. Speller, J. A. McCulloch, Ernst F. Jonson, T. B. Stanton, Henry M. Howe, A. C. Irwin, David A. Molitor, and Clement E. Chase, LXXX,

"The Heavy Gun Question."

C.

Discussion,



"Friction

Bridge Pins." A. (With Discussion.)

1 (1919-20).

C.

Construction

— in

91 (1896). of AVaddell.

Economics

(1893).

— for

STEEL, PIPE.

.

F, 71 (1905).

Germany."

Theodore for Bridges." Use of Cooper. VIII, 263 (1879). Discussion, VIII, 277; IX, 315 (1880).

"The

(1905).

"The Condition of Cunningham. C.

Cun-

Frederick H. Lewis.

219

681.

(1893).

"Tests of—." William R. Webster. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 63 (1905). Tests of Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. Gaetano Lanza, F. Schule, Sir William H. White, A. A. Stevenson, and J. P. Snow. LIV, Part



in

"The Use of Mild tures." George

B. Dorsey. (With Paper, XIII, 41

LIV,

1904.)

XXX,

XXX,



Cong.,

Com-



Tests of bridge—. XXXVIII, 41 (1897). "Tests of Built-Up and Wrought-Iron Compression Pieces." Arthur N. Talbot and Herbert F. Moore. (With Discussion.) LXV, 202 (1909). Tests of—. II, 349 (1873); III, 1 (1874). "Tests of—." L. Bacie. (Translated from the French by Paul A. Seurot.) (Inter.

Eng.

to C.

,

Construction

(1905).

First

— Eye-Bars."

rich.

Supplementary Paper, XIV, 197

(1884) ; (1885).

A.

XIII, 253 (1884). Discussion, XIII, 267. "The Structural Design of Buildings." Charles C. Schneider. (With Discussion.) LIV, 371 (1905). "The Treatment of Metals for Structural Purposes." James Christie. XXX, 155 Discussion, XXX, 655. (1893). "The Use of Basic Mild as Material for

(1905).

Edward

." "Structural Discussion.)

."

(With Discussion.) XXVII, 358 (1892). "The Strength and Elasticity of Structural and its EflJciency in the Form of Beams and Struts." James Christie.

—(With Stresses in Flat Slabs." H. T. Eddv. Discussion.) LXXVII, 1338 (1914). — used in elevated railroads. XXXVII, 310 (1897). — used in Hell Gate Arch Bridge. LXXXII, 865, 887, 905, 1033 (1918). — used in marine boilers and engines. "



XXXVIII, 78 (1897). DiscusXXXVIII, 84; XL, 449 (1898).

"The Results Obtained from Tests of Full-

States." Wil-

Eng. Cong.

Structural

in

ningham.

:

LIV, Part E, 349

of ConstrucAn Informal Discussion. WilBarclay Parsons and others. L,

tion."

XXXIII,

Its Properties; Its Use in Structures and in Heavy Guns." William Metcalf. (With Discussion.) XVI, 283 (1887).

Production in the United —liam Metcalf. (Inter.

(1895).

(With Discussion.)

Waddell.

L.

— —

"

285

LXXVIII, 1 (1915). "The Preservation of Materials





XXXIV,

"The Possibilities in Bridge Construction by the Use of High-Alloy Steels." J. A.

297 (1895). "Statical Limitations Upon the Requirement in Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab Floors." John R. Nichols. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1670 (1914). " Concrete Construction." George Hill. (With Discussion.) XXXIX, 617 (1898). " Concrete Construction." An Informal Discussion. R. S. Buck and others. XLVI, 93 (1901). "

,

H. Campbell.

-.

Inter.

See also 102

to

LXXXI,



BUILDING STONE.

STONE CUTTIXG. Tools used in—.

STRE.AM CONTAMIN.\TION— (Confrnwcdi.

VI, 298

(1877).

Haring, and James H. Fuertea.

S.

XLII,

160 (1899).

"The Control of Non-Navigable Streams by

STRAIN. "An

Analysis of Oeneral Flexure in a Straight Bar of Uniform Cross-Section." L. J. .Tohnson. LVI. Ifi9 (lOnfi). "An Investigation to Determine the Strains in a Hollow Cast-iron Disk. Cooled from the Interior." G. Leverich. XVIII, 43

the National Government." An Informal Discussion. Rudolph Hering and others.

XLIX,

cussion.)

LXXXIII,

1.583

(1019-20).

"Loads

and Strains of Bridjres." Griffen and Thomas C. Clarke. (1873).

a New Principle in the Theory of Structures." Georcre F. Swain. (With Discussion.) LXXXTII. 622 (1919-20). "On the Permanent Effects of in Metals: on their Self-Repristration and Mutual Interactions." Thurston. Robert H. XXIV. 1.59 (1891). Discussion, XXIV, 164: XXV. 17 (1891). "On the Principles of the Construction of, and the Calculation of the Strains in. Revolving: Drawbridges Having: Two Spans or Opening's, and Built as Continuous Girders, more especially as Continuous Panel Girders."' Clemens Herschel. III. Discussion, IV, 203 395 (1874).

"On



(1875).

"On

Variation the due to Orthogonal Strains in the Elastic Limit in Metals. and on its Practical Value and More Applications." Robert Important H. Thurston. IX, 173 (ISSO). Discussion. IX, 362. "Stress Measurements on the Hell Gate Arch Bridpe." D. B. Steinman. (With Discussion.) LXXXIT. 1040 (1918). "The Effects of Straininsr Structural Steel and Wrought Iron " Henry S. Prifhard. (With Discussion.) LXXX. 1429 n916). "The Rate of Set of Metals Subjected to for Considerable Periods of Time." Robert H. Thurston. VI, 28 (1877). Strains in Simple Trusses "Web with Elnnthan Parallel or Inclined Booms." Sweet. IX, 415 (1880). Discussion, X. 20 (1881).



See also

STRESS.

STRAIN GAUGES. See EXTENSOMETERS.

STREAM CONTAMINATION. "Disposal of Sewage in Massachusetts," Frederic P. Stearns. XVIll, 1 (1888). Discussion, XVIII. 24. Legislation in relation to pollution of streams. LXXXI, 795 (1917). Pollution of rivers. XXV, 125 (1891). "Self-Purification of Flowing Water and the Influence of Polluted Water in the Causation of Disease." Charles G. Currier. (With Discussion.) XXIV, 21 (1891).

"Sewage

Disposal "

Charles A. Allen. (With Discussion.) XVIIT, 8 (1888). " and Sewage Purification." An Informal Discussion. U. E. MrMath, W. C. Parmley, Gardner S. 'VA'illiams, Peter Milne, Kenneth Allen, .Tames Owen. Charles G. Darrach, E. W. Harrison, P. A. Maignen. L. L. Tribus. I'almor C. Ricketts, James



IN

OPEN

RIVERS.

STREET GRADES. See

.Tohn 93

II,

OF,

STREA3IS. See

107 (1873).

"Final Report of the Special Committee on (With DisSteel Columns and Stmts."

(1902).

CHANNELS.

(1888).

"Experimental Strains npon a Bowstrinc: Trussed Girder." Theo. G. Ellis. II,

14

STREAM FLOW. See WATER, FLOW

GRADES.

STREET HNB8. "On the Marking

of

(With Discussion.)



."

C.

M. Broomall.

XXXII,

65

(1894).

STREET RAILWAYS. "A Brief Description

of a Modern Street Railway Track Constructiorn." A. C. (With Discussion.) LXXVI, 455

Polk.

(1913).

"Bibliography on Valuation of Public Utilities."

LXXVI.

2133

(1913).



of San Francisco earthquake on LIX, 256 (1907). "Electricity versus Steam for Branch Railroad Lines." An Informal Discussion. H. S. Haines, H. G. Prout, Oberlin

Effect

Smith,

W.

L.

W. B. Reed. Webb, J. James

Baldwin,

G.

S.

Davison.

R. Croes,

W.

J.

Gustav Lindenthal, Edward Wegmann, Robert Moore. C. W. Buchholz. A. P. Davis, and Charles H. Davis. XLII, 375 (1899). D.

C.

Jackson,



Power for XXVII, 313 (1892).

"Motive

."

Alfred F. Sears. Discussion, XXVII,

574.

"Notes on Cost of Operating Cable Railways." D. Bontecou. XXVIII, 250 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII, 456. "Street Motors on the (Government

Tram-

at Sydney. New South Wales." George Downe. XXVIII, 1.50 (1803). "Street Railway Track." T. G. Gribble.

ways

(With- Discussion.) XXIV, 80 (1891). "Test of Power Required to Drive Electric Street Cars, and Total Efficiency of Motor." Louis B. Bonnett. XXVII, 307 Discussion, XXVII, 675. (1892). "The Improvement of Railway and Street Railway Track." E. E. Russell Tratman. XXIT. 1.S5 (1S00). "The Ninety-Sixth Street Power Station of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company, of New York Citv." L. G. Montony. (With Discussion.) XLIV, 119 (1900).

"Transmission of Power in Operating Cable Railways." Robert Gillham. XXIX, 543 (1893). also

Discussion,

XXX,

548 (1893).

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS: ELEVATED RAILROADS. STREET SPRINKLING.

See

"Has

lOxperience Demonstrated that the Oiling of Roads is the Most Satisfactory or Economical Method of Prev<>nting Dust and Preserving the Road Surface?" An Informal Discussion. S. Whinerv and others. LXV, 462 (1909). " St. Paul, Minn." C. L. Annan. in LXXVI, 77 Discussion: S. (1913).



Whinery, and A. H. Blanchard, LXXVI. 87.

STREET SPRINKLING

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

(Co7itinued)

Use of water, calcium chloride, light oils, etc., as dust palliatives. LXXIII, 33

also BRICK: BUILDING STONE: CAST IRON: CEMENT: CONCRETE: IRON: METALS: MORTARS: REINFORCED CONCRETE: STEEL: TIMBER: WROUGHT IRON.

See

(1911).

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS. "A New Formula for the Strength of Columns." A. J. Du Bois. (With DisXXVII,

cussion.)

69

(1892).

the Resistance of Materials." Robert H. Thurston. II, 239 (1873). "A Record of Experiments Showing the Character and Position of Neutral Axes, as Seen bv Polarized Light." Louis Nickerson. Ill, 31 (1874). Discussion,

"A Note on

III, 48; IV, 277

(1875).

of Flexure, and Certain I-Beam Tests Epitome Made at Ambridge, Pa." Henry S.

"Faults

in

the

an

Theory

of

Prichard. LXXV, 89.5 (1912). Discussion: Charles Worthington. Edward Godfrey, S. Vilar y Boy, H. F. Dunham, Eugene W. Stern, Theodore Belzner, J. P. J. Williams, and Edgar Marburg, LXXV, 920.

XXXIX,

Impact testing experiments.

237

(1898).

"Note on the Resistance of Materials." Robert H. Thurston. IV. 334 (187.5). "Note on the Resistance of Materials, as Aifected bv Flow and by Rapidity of Distortion." Robert H. Thurston. V, 199 (1876). "On a Newly Discovered Relation between the Tenacity of Metals and their Resistance to Torsion." Robert H. Thurston. VII. 169 (1878). "On the Strength. Elasticity. Ductility and Resilience of Materials of Machine Construction, and on Various Hitherto Un-

observed Phenomena, Noticed during Experimental Researches with a New Testing Machine, Fitted with an AutoThurston. H. R. Registrv." granhic III. 1 (Section II, .349 (Section I) (1873) Discussion, IV, 265 (1875); (1874). II.) V, 102 (1876). "On the Variation due to Orthogonal Strains in the Elastic Limit in Metals, and on its Practical Value and More Important Applications." Robert H. Thurston. IX, 173 (1880). Discussion, IX, 362. "Some Constants of Structural Steel." Palmer C. Ricketts. XVI. 138 (1887). "Some Experiments on the Transverse Breaking Strain of Plate Glass." G. W. Plvmpton. XXV. 223 (1891). Discus:

XXV.

sion.

22(;.

mr,.

"The Six-Hundred Ton Testing Machine at the Works of the Union Bridge Company at Athens, Pa." Charles Macdon(With Discussion.) XVI, 1 (1887). ald. "The Strength and Other Properties of Materials of Construction, as Deduced from Strain Diagrams Automatically Produced bv the Autographic Recording Testing Machine." V, 9

(Continued).

"Thermo-Electric Measurement of Stress." XLVIII, 140 (1902). C. A. P. Turner.

Robert H. Thurston.

;

Paper (1894).

XXVII. (With

348, 6S5;

Supplementary

Discussion),

XXXIl,

529

"The Transverse Strength of Beams as a Direct Function of the Tensile and Crushing Stresses of Material." M. Lewinson. (With Discussion.) XXXV, 484 (1896).

Stresses

Applied Barton.

for the

Solution of

the Continuous Girder, as Draw-Bridges." George F. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 72

in to

(1902).

"A New Graphical Solution

of the Problem, What Position a Train of Concentrated Loads must have in Order to in any Given Part Cause the Greatest of a Bridge Truss or Girder." Henry T. Eddy, XXII, 2.59 (1890). "An Analysis of General Flexure in a Straight Bar of Uniform Cross-Section." L. J. Johnson. LVI, 169 (1906). "Approximate Determination of Stresses in the Eve-Bar Head." William H. Burr. Vr, 127 (1877). Discussion, VI, 263; VII, 189 (1878). Calculation of stresses for trusses of the LXXIX, 423 Bridge. new Kenova



(1915).

"Cinder Concrete Floors." Guy B. Waite. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1773 (1914). "Determination of the Stresses in Elastic Systems by the Method of Least Work." William Cain. XXIV, 265 (1891). "Faults in the Theory of Flexure, and an Epitome of Certain I-Beam Tests Made

Ambridge, Pa." Henrv S. Prichard. (With Discussion.) LXXV, 895 (1012).

at

"Final Report of the Special Committee on

(With DisSteel Columns and Struts." LXXXIII, 1583 (1919-20). cussion.) "General Criterion for Position of Loads

Causing

Maximum — in any Member

of

a Bridge Truss." L. M. Hoskins. (With Discussion.) XLII. 240 (1899). "Insufficient Provision for Counterstresses in Railroad Bridges." Henry S. PrichXLII, 547 Discussion.) ard. (With (1899).

working

Intensities of

stresses.

XXVI,

98

(1892).

Hell Gate Arch LXXXII, 903, 908, 987 (1918). Stresses in Bascule Trusses."

Loads and unit Bridge.

stresses.

"Maximum W. Watters Pagon.

LXXVI,

73

(1913).

Measurements of stresses by strain gauges.

LXXXIII,

1947 (1919-20). on the Stresses

"Observations

Developed

by Applied

Forces." VII, 174 (1878). "On a New Principle in the Theory of Structures." George F. Swain. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 622 (1919-20). "On the Calculation of the Stresses in Bridges for the Actual Concentrated

Bars Theodore Cooper.

in

Metallic

Loads."

George Fillmore Swain.

XVII,

21 (1887).

(1876).

"The Strength and Weathering Qualities of Roofing Slates." Mansfield Merriman. DisFirst Paper. XXVII, 331 (1892) cussion,

STRESS. "A Graphical Method

"Progress Report of the Special Committee Report on Stresses in Railroad to Track." LXXXII. 1191 (1918). "Revision of the Niagara R.nilway Arch Bridge." Charles Evan Fowler. (With

LXXXIII. 1919 (1019-20). Discussion.) "Safe Stresses in Steel Columns." .T. R. Worcester. (With Discussion.) LXI, 156 (1908).

"Second Progress Report of the Committee to Report on Stresses

Special in Rail-

STRK^S— {Continued)

Sl'liWWS—tConfinued). "The I'ennsylvania Avenue

Discussion.)

(With

Track."

road

LXXXIII,

1409 a919-20). Limitations I'pon

"Statical

Re-

the Steel

quirement

in Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab Floors." John R. Nichols. (With Discussion.) LXXVII. 1670 (1914). "Steel Stresses in Flat Slabs." H. T. Eddv. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1338 (1914). in tunnel lining. LXXXIII, 460 (1919-

— 1920). " — Measurements Bridge."

D.

SULPHITE FIBER.



1040 (1918).

LXXXIII, 2034

arched dams.

(1919-20).

SURGE TANKS. "Penstock and Surge-Tank Problems." Minton M. Warren. LXXIX, 238 (1915). Discussion: Irving P. Church. R. D. Johnson. John C. Trautwine, Jr., Gardner S. Williams, J. T. Noble Anderson, and H. C. Vensano, LXXIX, 272. "Pulsations in Pipe Lines, as Shown by Some Recent Tests." H. C. Vensano. (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 185 (1918). "The Differential Surge Tank." Raymond

"Stresses in Bridges." William H. Booth. XX, 137 (1889). "Stresses in Columns Subject to Combined Axial and Transverse Loading." Charles Worthingtoii. XLVIII, 462 (1902). "Stresses in Railway Bridges on Curves." AVard Baldwin. (With Discussion.) XXV. 459 (1891). Stresses in steel structures. Manhattan Ele-

LXXXII. 56.t (1918). LXXXIII, 1824,

vated Railways.

RAILWAYS. "Some Remarks on the Chemistry of the Processes of Lime Manufacture." Martin L. Griffin. XX, 281 (1889).

on the Hell Gate Arch B. Steinman. (With Dis-

LXXXII,

cussion.) Stresses in

D. .lohnson. LXXVIII, 700 (1015 Discussion Rov Taylor, and D. L. Webster, LXXVIII, 785.

Stresses in tunnel linings. 1830 (1919-20).

"Temperntuve Spans."

Str;>ss"s

LXXX,

1.

:

in

a

Tresham D. Gregg.

cussion.)

Series

of

(With Dis-

1620 (1916).



"The Determination of the Safe Working for Railwav Bridges of Wrought Iron and Steel." E. Herbert Stone. (With

Discussion.) XLI, 407 (1899). of stresses in mitering lock-gates, with special reference to the gates of the Panama Canal. Discussion by David A. Molitor. LXXXII, 1469

The distribution

cisco Da Silva Ribeiro. (Translated from the French by Foster Crowell.) XXIX, 447 (1893). Discussion, XXX, 5.33 (1893).

"A Novel Railroad Survey." Hardee.



"Thermo-Electric Measurement of ." C. A. P. Turner. XLVIII, 140 (1902). L^nit stresses used in revision of Niagara

Arch

LXXXIII.

Bridge.

Bates. (With XXIII, 261 (1890).

Resurvey of the Williamsport Diviof the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad." (Abstract.) George D. Snyder. XXXVI, .509 (1896). "A Review of the Report of Captain Andrew Talcott. Chief Engineer, Mexico and Pacific Railroad. Eastern Division, from Vera Cruz to Mexico Explorations, Surveys, Estimates, 1858." Emile Low. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1543 (1916). "A Simple Method of Running in a Transition Curve." John F. Ward. XXVII, IS (1892). Discussion, XXVIII, 32, 205

for

Bridges."

Discussion.)

STRUCTURAL STEEL.

(1893).

STEEL.

"Accuracy of Measurement as Increased by Repetition." XI, Stephen S. Haight.

STRUTS. See

242 (1882). "Availability of the Cafions of the Colorado River of the West for Railway I'urposes." Robert Brewster Stnnton. (With Discussion.) XXVI, 283 (1892). ." "Co-ordinate Henrv F. Walling. VI, SS (1ST7). Cost of survey of the Rio Grande from Roma to the Gulf of Mexico. LXXVII, 1025 (1914), "Data for Flattening the Ends of Railroad Curves." Albon P. Man, Jr. (With Discussion.) XV, 359 (1886). "Description of Survey for Determining the Slope of Water Surface in the Erie Canal." W. H. Searles. VI, 289 (1877). "Early Surve.vs and Reports in Reference to the Transmission of Trade across the Allegheny Mountains in the State of I'ennsylvania, known as the Allegheny

COLUBINS.

SUBMARINE BLASTING. See

BLASTING.

SUBSTRUCTURE. See CONCRETE: FOUNDATIONS:



3IA-

SONRV.

SUBWAYS. "History of the Pennsylvania Avenue Subway, Philadelphia, and Sewer Construction Connected Therewith." George S. Webster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XLIV, 1 (1900).

— for

S.

258

:

Floor-Beams

Onward

See

VI,

sion

STRAIN.

— and

Thomas

Discussion).

"A

]9r)6

STRINGERS. "Pine

(With

(1877).

(1919-20).

See also

"A Method of Taking Cross-Sections in Deep Rock Cuts by Triangulation." F. W. Watkins. XXII. 386 (1890). "A Method of Tunnel Alignment." H. F. Dunham. (With Discussion.) XXVII, 453 (1892).

"The Transverse Strength of Beams as a Direct Function of the Tensile and Crushing Stresses of Material." M. Lewinson. (With Discussion.) XXXV, 484 (1896).

SURVEYING.

"A New Method of Calculating Cross-Sections of Roads and Railroads." Fran-

(1918).

Railwav

Subway and

Tunnel. I'hiladelphia, Pa." George S. AVebster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 470 (1902). alio See TUNNELS: UNDERGROUND

pipes, wiring,

and baggage transfer.

Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal, York. LXIX, 175, 237 (1910).

New 105

SURVEYING Portage."

SURVEYING— (Confinwed).

(Continued).

Moncure Robinson.

(1886).

XV,

181

Location in Uniform Lvman E. Bishop. (With

Canal

"Economic

Countries." Discussion.)

LXXIV,

178 (1911).

"Errors in Railroad Levels." Howard V. (With Discussion.) XV, 893 Hinckley. (1886).

"Experiments on the Stability of Bench Marks." George W. Cooley. (With Dis-

XX,

cussion.)

73

(1889).

XIL 267 (1883). "Historical Notes upon Ancient and Modand Surveying Instruments." H. ern D. Hoskold. XXX, 135 (1893). "Invar (Nickel-Steel) Tapes on the Measurement of Six Primary Base Lines." Owen B. French. LX, 219 (1908). DisA. Ockerson, Horace Ancussion J. drews, and Noah Cummings, LX. 243. "Line and Surface for Railway Curves." (With DiscusCharles C. Wentworth. XLVIII, 357 (1902). sion.) "Methods of Location on the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad." P. Lavis. LTV, 104 (1905). Discussion: E. Sherman Gould. Wilford A. Thompson, S.



:

Whinerv. C. P. Howard. Emile Low. F. T. Oakley and O. H. Tripp, LIV, 139. "Mule-Back Reconnaissances." William J.

LXXV.

Millard.

12 (1912).

Discussion:

George D. Snvder. Ernest McCullough, and F. Lavis. LXXV, 19. "Notes on a Tunnel Survey." Frederick C. Noble.

LXXV,

68

XXXI, 329 (1894). S. C. Wilrtele. "Spirit Leveling of the United States GeoHerbert M. Wilson. logical Survey." (With Discussion. XXXIX, 339 (1898). OflScers of the TT. S. Coast "Surveying." and Geodetic Survey John F. Hayford, W. C. Hodgkins, D. B. Wainwright, L. A. Bauer, Isaac Winston, and E. G. LIV, Fischer. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) Part B, 399 (1905). "Surveying." Offlcers of the U. S. Geological Survey Herbert M. M''ilson, Edward :

Geo. Y. Wisner.

"Geodetic Field Work."

Their Cost per Mile." W. S. McFetridge. LXV, 105 (1909). Discussion: Clinton S. Lewis, and Bissell, F. Lavis, E. W. George L. Dillman, LXV, 131. "Spirals and their Use on Railroads." A.

(1912).

Discussion:

George D. Snyder, Robert Ridgway. B. P. Cresson, Jr., S. M. Purdy, and Lazarus White, LXXV. 80. "On Increasing the Accuracy of a System of Magnetic Bearings of a Survey." Olin (With Discussion.) XV, H. Landreth.

:

Barnard, and John C. Hoyt. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LTV, Part

Stout, E. C. Murphy. F. W. Hanna. J. L. Van Ornum, Lewis M. Haupt, Alfred Chatterton, H. K. Barrows, Ch. Lallemand, Offlcers of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survev, and Offlcers of the LIV, Part B, U. S. Geological Survey. 449 (1905). classifying Surveys for irrigable lands.

LXXXI, "Surveys

bv R.

XXX.

cussion,

XXTX.

F.

A.

German

429 (1893). Dis-

525 (1893).

vey."

(With Dis-

Charles L. Crandall.

cussion.)

XLV,

453 (1901).

"The Aneroid Barometer and Estimating Altitudes." I,

its

Use in

Theo. G.

Ellis.

277 (1872).

"The Approximate Value

of

Reduction

a

of Ruling or Maximum Grades, Especially for the Use of Engineers on Location John G. Clarke. (With of Railroads." Discussion.) II, 399 (1873).

Trip through Big Horn First Caflon." E. Gillette. XXV, 8 (1891). "The Location of the Chimbote Tunnels." IX, 365 (1880). Othniel F. Nichols. "The Location of the Knoxville, La Follette and .Tellico Railroad, of the Louisville and Nashville System." W. D. Taylor. (With Discussion.) LIT, 467 (1904). "The Proper Compensation for Railroad (With William R. Morley. Curves." XITT, 181 (1884). Discussion.) First and a "The Stereoscopic Method of Trial of Its Application to a Railway

"The

Discussion, XI, 405.

Dis-

"Recent Improvements in Leveling Instruments." Dunbar D. Scott. LXXVI. 1172



(1913).

"Recent Stadia Topographic Surveys Notes Relating to Methods and Cost." William B. Landreth. (With Discussion.) XLIV, :

Survev

in

China."

LXXIX, 665 Lavis, LXXIX.



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,

Georg A

O

Miiller.

Discussion:

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"The Theory and Practice

"Retracement-Resurveys and Field Procedure."

LXXV,

Location." (Translated from the

P. Miller. 1

"The Adjustment of a Transit Survey as Compared with that of a Compass Sur-

"Recent Experience on the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey in the Use of Long Steel Tapes for Mensuriiiff Bn'^e Linps."

92 (1900).

222 (1917). for Railway

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81 (1893).

419

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"The



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SI

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"Transition Curves." W. B. Lee. (With Discussion.) XLVI, 379 (1901). Triangulatiou and alignment of Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX, 658 (1916). Tunnel alignment of Colorado River siphon.

LXXVII,

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1269

AIB TANKS: SURGE TANKS.

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;

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TIMBERING.

TIES.



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THERMODYNAMICS.

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(1900).

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(1911).

mittee

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the

in

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III

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TIME.



TOWERS

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TOLUOL.. "The Production Myron S. Falk. Discussion

Gas Plants."

LXXXIII,

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:

t»04

and

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2\):i.

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XXX,

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TORNADOES. "Probable Wind Pressure Involved in the Wreck of the High Bridge over the Mississippi River on Sniitli Avenue, ^t. C. A. I'aul, Minn., AuuRust 2()th. 1904." (With Discussion.) LIV, 31 P. Turner.

(1905). in the St. Louis Tornado, with Special Reference to the Necessity of Wind Bracing for High Build-

"Wind Pressures ings."

Julius Baier. (With Discussion.) 221 (1897).

XXXVII,

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RIVERS.

TOWERS. "A Concrete Water Tower." A. Kempkey, Jr. (With Discussion.) LXX, 334 (1910). ." Krell"Reinforced Concreti D. W. witz. (With Discussion.) LX, 100 (1908). of the Niagara "Replacing the Stone Railway Suspension Bridge, with Iron ." L. L. Buck. XVII, 204 (1887).





Modern

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Street

A. C. Polk. (19131. Discussion: E. E. R. Tratman. A\'alter C. Howe, Louis A. Mitchell. William J. Boucher, and C. B. Vorce, LXXVI, 400.

LXXVI.

4.55

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"Car

XXXVII,

78.

Comparison of Hudson and

LXIX,

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03

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James

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(1897).

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Manhattan 409

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." Maintenance of (With Discussion.)

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424 (1910). Cost of—. "Cylindrical ^Xheeis and Flat Topped Rails for Railways." D. J. Whittemore. XXI, Discussion. X.\I, l."i3. i:?3 (1SS9). "Development of the American Rail and ." XXII, 209 Elfreth Watkins. J.



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way

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015

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Ties."

W.

— on

Wooden

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J.

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TOWING.

— from

of

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,

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I

in

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ComRail-

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LXXXIII, 1409 (1919-20). "Some Notes on the Creeping of Rails." Samuel Toliias Wagner. (With DisLIIl, 4(J(; (1904). cussion.) "Street Railwav— ." T. G. Gril>ble. (With Discussion.) XXIV, 80 (1.S91). "The Advantages of a Longitudinal Bearing System for llaiiway 'l'ra<'Ks." Tlioin(^^ith Discussion.) XXV. as C. Clarke, 2.34

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"The Improvement of Railway and Street

TRACK

TRAIN RESISTANCE.

(Continued)



Railway ." B. E. Russell Tratman. XXII, i35 (1890). "The Influence of Rails on Street Pavements." Edward P. North. (With Dis-

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TO

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"The Permanent Way of Railways in Great Britain and Ireland, with Especial Reference to the Use of Timber Preserved and Unpreserved." John Bogart. VIII, 17

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XXIX, 277 (1893). Wheels to Prog Points

Mansfield Merriman.)

"The Relation of and to Guard Schenck. (1894). — changes,

Rails." Archibald A. (With Discussion.) XXXI, 509

Manhattan



Elevated

LXXXII,

improvements.

556,

Railway 729,

735

(1918). used in

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New York

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Franz A. Velschow. XXIII, 101 (1890).

." the Cause of (With Discussion.)

"On

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"An

(18SG).



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Daily



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— in 1904."

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New York

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1885

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"Experiments with New Apparatus on Journal Friction at Low Velocities.' A. M. Wellington. (With Discussion, XIII,

XXXIX,

273

(1870).

"The Approximate Value of a Reduction of Ruling or Maximum Grades, Especially for the Use of Engineers on Location of Railroads." John G. Clarke. II,

."

O.

Discussion.)

LXXV,

"The Production



399

(1873).

"The Construction of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad over the Raton Mountains, and the Performance of Locomotives on its Steep Grades." James D. Burr.

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"The Location of the Knoxville, La Follette and Jellico Railroad, of the Louisville and Nashville System." W. D. Taylor. (With Discussion.) LII, 467 (1904). "The Maximum Weights of Slow Freight Trains." C. S. Bissell. (With Discussion.) LXIV, 303 (1909). "The Proper Compensation for Railroad (With William li. Morley. Curves." Discussion.)

XIII,

ISl

(1884).

"The Traction of Freight Trains at DifBissell. Clinton Speeds." S. L,.vVi, 58 U'JIO). Discussion: A. C. Den-

ferent

LXVI, 68. — nis, in its relation

to

and narrow

broad

gauge. LXX VIII, 351 (1915). "Virtual Grades for Freight Trains." A. L, 1 (With Discussion.) C. Dennis. (1903).

TRAIN SHEDS. See RAILROAD STATIONS RAILROAD TERMINALS. :

(1898).

of Cost of Railroad Freight Chanute. II, 381 (1873). "The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of thi' Port of New York." B. F. Cresson, Jr. (With

"The Elements



(1884). (

:



409

"Locomotive Performance on Grades Various Lengths." Beverly S. Randolp.' (With Discussion.) LXX, 321 (1910). "Resistances of Railway Trains." (Rt port of Dynagraph Experiments of P. B.. Dudley.) William P. Shinn. V, 341

226 (1912). and the Transpor-

of tation of Freight and Passengers." Mar(With Discussion.) II, 240

tin Coryell. (1873).

— census, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore. LXXVII, 1135 (1914). pavements. — census and roads for LXXXII, 1387, 1430 (1918). — on subways at Grand Central Station, New York City. LXXXII, 326, See also TRANSPORTATION.

328 (1918).

TRAMWAYS. CABLEWAYS: See

STREET

RAIL-

WAYS.

TRANSFER BRIDGES. Bridge, Harsimus Cove, Jersey City, N. J." J. A. Bensel. (With

"New Transfer Discussion.)

XIX, 309

(1888).

TRANSFER TABLES. Transfer Table." Shinn. V, 377 (1876). TURN-TABLES. See also

"A Cheap

William

P.

TRANSPIRATION.

TRAIN LOADS. "Locomotive Performance on Grades of Various Lengths." Beverly S. Randolph. (With Discussion.) LXX, 321 (1910). "The Maximum Weights of Slow Freight Trains." C. S. Bissell. LXIV, 303 (1909). Discussion: L. A. Riley, 2d, LXIV, 312. of Freight Trains at Dif-

•The Traction

Loss of water caused by plants Experiments at Owens Valley, California, and :

elsewhere. LXX VIII, 193, 226 (1915). "The Duty of Water in the Pacific Northwest." J. C. Stevens. (With DiscusLXXXIII, 2094 (1919-20). sion.) for various standard crops. LXXXIII, (1919-20). 258 224,



TRUSSES

TRAXSPIKATION— fCowfinweff). Water

requirements relation

their

in

lOnO

LXXIX,

run-off.

to

(Con finned). Discussion, XVI, 218, 2.57: Supplementary Paper, XVIII, 179 (1888). "General Criterion for Position of Loads Causing Maximum Stress in any Member of a Bridge Truss." L. M. HosXLII, 240 kins. (With Discussion.) (1887):

plants

arrowing

of

(1915).

TR.\XSPORTATIOX. "Plir-'in



rn.

'R.nrtid

Martin Coryell.

Trnri«it

IX, 401

Delivery."

.T
(1899).

"Maximum

(1,SSn>.

Commercial importance of river improve-

XLTX.

ments. "How ran

277 pf sea-

Railways be made more



Stresses

in

Bascule

LXXVI.

Watters Pagon.

(1^02).

73

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I,



."

W.

(1913).

Whipple.

S.

(1872).

2.39

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"Reconstruction of the Norfolk and Western Railway Company's Bridge Over the Ohio River at Kenova, West Virginia."

Discussion. XXX, 4.'i7 (1893). "On the Increased Efficiency of Railways of Freifrht." Wm. V. Shinn. for the XT. 3r,.T (1882). Discussion, XIT, 12R, ISO. 189, 339 (1883). "Rivers and Railroads in the TTnited States." William W. Harts. (With Discussion. 1 LXXIX. 919 (191.^). Facilities of the "The Approaches and Paris Fvnosition of 1900." E. D. Corthell XT.T 2ifi (18091. "The 'lyifrht Railways' of the Battle Front

"Some

William G. Grove and Henry 'Taylor. (With Discussion.) LXXIX, 411 (1915). on Trussed Observations and

Stiffening

France."

Discussion.)

Ohio

ell.

or





BRIDGES.

of water in 48-in. pipes. XXXV, 241 (1896). the Removal of Incrustation in Water Mains. A Description of the Operations Performed in Halifax, N. S.. Canada." B. H. Keating. XI, 127 (1882). on the Delivery of a "The Effect of

"On



,

James Duane. Water Main." XXVIII, 26 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII,

48-in.



352. — 257, in water

(1916).

-for

"A Method of Takin? Cross-Sections in Deep Rock Cuts bv ." P. W. Wat-



XLIV,

55

(1900).

XXII, 386 (1890). aliprnraent of Astoria 6.58 (1916). also SURVEYING.

vehicular

LXXXIII,

443

(liU'.l-

construction of East River TunPennsylvania Railroad, LXVIII,

nels,

(1910). — 420 used in construction

"The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Pront of the Port of New York." B. P. Cresson, .Tr. (With 226

tunnel.

— 1920). used in

TRUCKING. LXXV,

304

2,37

.52,

Gas Tunnel.

LXXX,

LXXIV,

Detroit River Tunnel.

et seq. (1911). — for North River Tunnels, Pennsylvania 167, (1910). LXVIII, — Railroad. for proposed New York-New Jersey

kins.

— and

Discussion.)

pipe.

TUNNEL SHIELDS.

TRIANGUEATION.

See

and

Flow

:

concrete by Cherrv Street Bridge. Toledo, Ohio. LXXX. 764 (1916). Placinjr of concrete bv at Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX, 255, 296, 299

Denositinp

(1905).

1

TUBERCULATION.

TRAFFIC.

TREMIES.

LV,

with Parallel Strains in Simple Inclined Booms." Elnathan Sweet, 415 (1880). Discussion, X, 20

See also

(With Discus'sion.) II, 240 (1873). Russian rivers. LIT, 215 (1904). CANALS R.4II.ROAI>S RIVERS :

:

of the Baltimore

Bridge

Jr. IX, (1881).



:

Railroad

(1905).

"Web

Frank C .Jonah. (With LXXXIII. 1220 (1919-20).

See also

I,

over the Ohio River, at Benwood, West Virginia." J. E. Greiner. (With Discussion.) LV, 146

of "The Production of Traffic and the Freight and Passenprers." Martin Cory-

— on

346 (1872). T. Willis Pratt. — for suspension bridges.

XLVIII, 371 (1902) "The Reconstruction



in



Arches."



Railroad Tunnels,

New

Pennsylvania York. LXIX, 39

of

(1910).

(1912).

TUNNELS. TRUSSES. "A

"A Method Dunham.

New

Graphical Solution of the Problem, What Position a Train of Concentrated Loads must have in Order to Cause the Greatest Stress in Any Given Part of a Bridpe Truss or Girder." Henry T.

Eddy. XXII, 2.59 "Componential for Henry B. Seaman.



of

a



." Resistances to Trains in Tube Davies. LXXV, 982 (1912). Discussion: George Gil)l)s. (ieorge 11. I'egram. Charles S. Churchill, and L. J. Le Conte, LXXV. 1018. "American Irrigation Engineering." Her(With Discussion.) bert M. Wilson. .1.

(1890).

Combined



107

H. F.

XXVII,

"Air

Travelinpr Crane." XXIII. 277 (1890). Triangular and Suspension Bridge Truss, and Comparison of its Cfist with that of the Warren. Pratt, Whipple and Howe ." Edwin Thacher. XIIT, 123 (1884). "Experimental Strains upon a Bowstrintj Trussed Girder." Theo. O. Ellis. II,

"Description

of Tunnel Alignment." (With Discussion.)

(1892).

4.53

V.

XXV,

.53

Ill

(1891).

(1894).

Brief

(1873).

"Formulas for the Weights of Bridges." A. J. Du Bois. First Paper, XVI, 191

161

"Arching Bergen Tunnel on Erie Railroad." John Houston. I, 75 (1872). "BrafTord's Ridge Tunnel." Charles W. Staniford. (With Discussion.) XXXII. East 1690

description of Rivers, New (1913).

— under York

North

City.

and

LXXVI.

TUNNELS— (CorJimwed)

TVS 'S'E'LS— (Continued).

Its Prevention." Pisease and Henrv Japp. (With Discussion.) LXV,

"Caisson 1

"Pressure, Earth."

J.

sion.)

LXX,

(1909).

River

"Colorado ingrer.

(With

LXXVII,

Discussion.)

(1914).

— York

Concrete lining for

New

Subway,

George Schob-

Sipiion."

1

Lexington Avenue

,

LXXXI,

City.

382

O.

352

(1910).

"Reconstruction and Enlargement of Cork Run Tunnel on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway." 1870-3. Max J. Becker. VI, 1 (1877).

Sewer



Philadelphia,

in

XLIV,

Pa.

1

(1900).

(1917).

"Construction Methods for Rogers Pass Tunnel." A. C. Dennis. LXXXI, 448 Discussion: B. Lauchli, Robert (1917). A. Shailer, R. H. Keays, F. Lavis, James P. Sanborn, Lazarus White, T. Kennard Thomson, Francis Lee Stuart, J. V. Davies, S. A. Knowles, R. E. Dougherty, C. R. Hulsart, and J. G.

LXXXI,

Sullivan,

"Shaft Sinking under Difficulties at Dorchester Bay Tunnel, Boston, Mass." D.

McN.

(1873). in (1919-20).

471.

LXXXII,

Discussion.) Description of

Alpine

lining.

LXXXIII,

460

LXXXIII,

1824,

tunnel

"Subaqueous Highway sion

751 (1912).

J.

:



."

LXXVIII, 252

Snyder.

.

V.

George Duncan DiscusD.

(1915).

Duncan

and

Davies,

McBean, LXXVIII, 306. "Tequixquiac Tunnel, Valley of Mexico." Albert Johnstone Campbell and Frederick William Abbot. XXXII, 171 (1894). Discussion, XXXII, 267. "The Astoria Tunnel under the East River for Gas Distribution in New York City." John Vipond Davies. LXXX, 594

of the pioneer or auxiliary heading method of construction used for the Rogers Pass Tunnel. LXXXI, 457 et seq. (1917). "Detroit River Tunnel." E. S. Chesbrough. (With Discussion.) II, 233 (1873). LXXXII, Drainage to stop a land-slide. 7G7 (1918). Economic construction of for hydro-elecLXXIX, 1012 (1915). tric plants.

Description





(1916).

Discussion: F. Lavis, Milton H. F. San-

Freeman, W. H. Bradley. James born,

"Experiments on Retaining Walls and ." William Cain. (With Pressures on



Discussion.) LXXII, 403 (1911). First St. Tunnel, Washington, D. C.

(1881).

Stresses in tunnel linings. 1839 (1919-20).

Stress

278 (1918). railroad LXXV,



X, 343

Stauffer.

"Sinking a Wet Shaft." John P. Hogan. (With Discussion.) LXXIII, 398 (1911). "Sketch of the Plans and Progress of the Detroit River Tunnel." E. S. Chesbrough. (With Discussion.) II, 8B

"Construction Problems of the Manhattan-Bronx, and Lexington Avenue Subway Junction and Queensborough Tunnel Connections." George Perrine. (With

AV.

Edward Wegmann, R. C. Kellogg, W. Brush, Thomas H. A\'iggin,

and William Cullen Morris, LXXX, 675. "The Bracing of Trenches and with Practical Formulas for Earth Pressures." J. C. Meem. (With Discussion.) LX, 1 (1908). "The Detroit River Tunnel." Wilson Sherman Kinnear. LXXIV, 288 (1011). Discussion H. A. Carson, H. F. Dunham, Charles B. Buerger, E. M. Walker, and Olaf Hoff, LXXIV, 357. "The Hudson River Tunnel." Arthur Spielmann and Charles B. Brush. (AVith



LXXI,

(1911).

1.34

and Stability of Meem. (With Discus-

Resistance,

Flooding and unwatering of Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX, 642, et seq. (1916). General dimensions of the world's subaqueous highway—. LXXVIII. 278

,

:

(1915).

"Grouting Operations, Catskill Water Supply." James F. Sanborn and M. E. Zipser. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 980 (1919-20).

Discussion.)

"Harper's Ferrv Improvement." William Lee Sisson. XXXII, 351 (1894). "Heavy Railway Construction in Wyoming." J. I. Boggs. (With Discussion.)

XLVL

Smith.

Coy.

W.

LXXX,

ri917).

I,

349 (1872). on a Tunnel

"Notes C.

68

Noble.

(With

388 J.

of

New

Cro-

Survey."

Pennsylvania

Steele.

LXXV,

1822 (1919-20). E. G. Haines,

Charles

W.

of the

Contractors'

Henry Japp.

of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Discussion on the Sixteen Papers Descriptive of This

Edward Wegmann, Charles E. Eraser, Henry Japp, A. Bartoccini, C. L. Harrison, J. V. Davies, William J. Wilgus, Charles S. Churchill, G. R. Henderson, Edwin B. Katte, George A.

Discussion: J. Philip Aviett,

Work.

Parmley, C. M. Holland, T. Kennard Thomson, and Orrin L. Brodie, C.

LXXXIII,

LXXV,

LXIX, 1, 393 (1910). The New York Tunnel Extension

(1912).

Walter

Railroad."



"Notes on Tunnel Lining for Soft Ground." S. Johannesson and B. H. M. Hewett.

LXXXIII, C. Meem,

314



Railroad. Pennsylvania ." Plant for East River

Frederick

Discussion.)

Hulsart,

Raymond. LXVIII, 1 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension

(1910).

Dutton

XI,

." 0thof the Chimbote niel F. Nichols. IX, 365 (1880). Brooklvn." "The Main Relief Sewer of Willard Beahan. XXVI, 484 (1802). Discussion, XXVI, .507: XXVII, 97 (1S921. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the

lining, Pennsvlvania Railroad—, York. LXVIII, 192, 413. 417 (1910). of tunneling for subwav under Trinity Vestry Building. LXXXI, 92,

LXIX,

Raymond

750.

New

"Nesquehoning Tunnel."

C.

"The Location

Method

ton Aqueduct.

(ISSO).

Burgis G. LXXV, 724 (1912). Discussion: Hammatt, W. L. Saunders, LazWhite. O. ,T. Swensson. B. H.

arus Wait, and C.

Masonry

102

2.^)9

Discussion.)

(1882).

1 (1901).

Method of tunneling on part

(With

"The Laramie-Poudre Tunnel."

"Lining a Water-Works Tunnel with c n\crete." Desmond (With FitzGerald. Discussion.) XXXI, 294 (1894). Lining for Astoria Gas Tunnel. 620, 651 (1916).

IX,

"The Hudson River Tunnel." William Soov

1856.

112

TUNNELS— (Co«?|}?«ed).

TVS-Sr.I.S—(Contiv)(€d).

Harwood, N. W. Storer, J. H. Gandolfo, H R. Hill, and George Gibbs. LXIX,

Tunnel

388 (1910).

Tunnel

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Station Construction, Road, Tracli, Yard Equipment, Electric Traction, and Locomotives." George Gibbs. LXIX, 226, 434

,

Railroad.

lining,

,

(1890).

"Tunnel Work on Sections 8, 9, 10, and 11, Broadway-Lexington Avenue Subway, New York City." Israel V. Werbin.

(1910).

"The New

— —

East River PennsylLXVIII, 459 (1910). North River Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVIII, 209, 254 (1910). "Tunnel Surveying on Division No. 6, New Croton Aciueduct." F. W. Watkins. (With Discussion.) XXIll, 17 lining.

vania

Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Bergen Hill—." F. Lavis. LXVIII, 84 (1910). "The New Yorli Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The CrossTown ." James 11. Brace and Francis Mason. LXVIII. 391 (1910). "The New Yorli Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The East River Division." Alfred Noble. LXVIII, 02 Yorli

LXXXI, 341 (1917). Discussion: Maurice Griest, ,Tohn H. M.idden. RolnTl H. Jacobs, T. Kennard Thomson, ,Tohn H. Myers, H. G. Moulton. Robert Ridgway, C. V. V. Powers, and Francis Donald-



son, LXXXI, 392. in compressed air without a shield. LXVIII, 424 (1910). of Bear Valley Irrigation Company, California. XXXIII. >S3 (1S95). " of the Pacific Railroad." John R. Gilliss. I, 153 (1872).

Tunneling

— —

(1910),

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The East River ." James H. Brace, Francis Mason, and S. H. Woodard. LXVIII, 419 (1910). "The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Lining of the Four Permanent Shafts of the East River Division." F. M. Green. LXIX,



of—."

"Ventilation (Inter.

Eng.

Ventilation

"The New

Y'ork Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Long Island Approaches to the East River ." George C. Clarke. LXIX, 91 (1910). "The New Y'ork Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The North River Division." Charles M. Jacobs. LXVIII,

Eng.



C,

of

Churchill.

S.

LIV, Part

1904.)

."

Francis Fox. LIV, Part 1904.)



Cong.

567

Water Water



Cong.

(1905).

78 (1910).

Charles

Eng. Cong.

525 (1905). "Ventilation of

C,

(Inter. C, 553

Discussion on Inter. Papers, 1904. LIV, Part .

(1905).

LXXX, New York

pressure—.

tunnel. 1805 (1913).

156

(1916).

LXXVI,

City.

UNDERGROUND RAILWAYS.

See also

32 (1910).

"The New York Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The North River—." B. H. M. Hewett and W. L. Brown. LXVIII, 152 (1910). "The Pennsylvania Avenue Subway and

TURBINES (STEAM). "Naval

Architecture in Great Britain." William H. White. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 3 (1905). "Some Typical Tests of Steam Turbines." Francis Hodgkinson. (Inter. Eng. Cong. LIV, Part B, 85 (1905). Discus1904.) sion: M. L. Holman, G. O. M. Olsson, J. N. Chester. Charles Hermany, Elmo G. Harris, Charles A. Hague, F. R. Low, Karl P. Dahlstrom, and R. N. Ehrhart, LIV, Part E, 105. The steam turbine in marine service. LIV, Part C, 219 (1905). Sir

I'hiladelphia, Pa." George S. Webster and Samuel Tobias Wagner. (With Discussion.) XLVIII, 470 (1902). "The Philadelphia Tunnel of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, its Construction and Cost." W. W. Thayer. XXVI,

Tunnel,

529 (1892).

"The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of (With New York." B. F. Cresson, Jr. Discussion.)

LXXV,

226

(1912).

TURBINES (WATER).

"The Proposed New York and New Jersey Vehicular cussion.

Tunnel."

Edward

A.

An

Informal DisByrne, John F.

"Characteristics of bines." Chester

kins, Amos Schaeffcr, and E. E. R. Tratman, LXXXIII, 427 (1919-20). "The Protection from Corrosion, of IronWork Used as Covering for Railroad ." James G. Dagron. (With Discussion.) XXVII, 324 (1892). "The Scranton Tunnel of the Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad." George B. Francis and W. F. Dennis. LVI, 219 Discussion: F. Lavis, and V. H. (1906). Hewps, LVI, 242. "The Ventilation of—." Charles S. Church-

the Precise Testing of Hydro-Electric Generators." Benjamin F. Groat. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 951 (1916). "Comprehensive IMotting of Water Turbine Characteristics." Karl 14*. Ken-



nison.

LXXXIII,

801

(191!)-20).

"Experiments on the Ilumphrey Turbine Water-Wheel, at the Tremont and Suffolk

in Lowell, Mass." XIII, 295 (1884).

Mills,

Francis.

LVII, 227 Discussion: (1900). George S. Rice, and R. P. Bolton, LVII,

"Induced Currents of Fluids." den. (With Discussion.)

ill.

240.

James

F. zur

LXXX,

B.

Ned844

(iinr,».

"The

Ventilation of—." N. (With Discussion.) XXIII,

Tunnel

Modern Hydraulic Tur-

W. Larner. LXVI, ,306 Discussion: Lewis F. Moody, (1910). .Tohn C. Parker, C. M. Allen, E. Kuichling, Daniel W. Mead, and S. J. Zowski, LXVI, 347. "Chemi-IIydromctry and Its Application to

O'Rourke, I'aul G. Brown, J. V. Davies, James Forgie, W. C. Parmley, T. Kcnnard Thomson. F. L.'ivis. Calvin Tom-

lining,

W.



288

Bergen Hill LXVIII, 114

vania Railroad.

Eayrs.

,

'•Investigation

of

the

Performance of a R. L. Daughertv.

Reaction Turbine." LXXVIII, 1270 (19I5V Discussion: S. J. Zowski, H. Birchard Taylor, Daniel W.

(1890).

Pennsyl(1910).

118

UNDERGROUND RAILWAYS— (Con/(«ued).

TURBINES (WAT-En)— (Continued). Mead, and R.

Carpenter,

C.

LXXVIII,

Wilkie AVoodard, and Howard A. Carson. LIV, Part F, 367 (1905). Great Britain." Basil Mott and David Hay. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 325 (1905). in Paris. XLI, 308 (1899). " in the United States." William Barclay Parsons. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 349 (1905). ' The Metropolitan System of Paris." L. Biette. (Translated from the French.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F,

1288.

"

Penstocks Caused by the Gradual Closing of Turbine Gates." Norman R. Gibson. (With Discussion.)

"Pressures

in

;



LXXXIII,

707 (1919-20). "The Design of Hydro-Electric Power Plants." J. D. Galloway. (With Discussion.) LXXIX, lOUO (llUo).





"The

Development and Hydro-Electric Transmission Lines of the Canadian Niagara Power Company." A. H. Van LXII, 199 Cleve. (With Discussion.)

299 (1905).

James C. Meem. Elias Cahn, T. Kenuard Thomson, James F. Fouhy, Charles Rufus Harte, Joseph A. A. Connelly, J. S. Branne, and A. W. Buel, LXXXI, 102. Ventilation in New York Subway and other LVII, 227 (1906).



UNDERGROUND WATER. UNDERPINNING.

286 (1897).

Ill,

IV, 203

and

Their

129

(1874). (1875).



Foundations and shoring of structures on Manhattan Elevated Railways. LXXXII, 634 (1918).

Shaler Discussion, III, ."

C.

"The Turn -Table on the Main Track

of the

Silverton Railroad in Colorado." Gibbs. XXIII, 120 (1890). See also TRANSFER TABLES.

C.

W.

Avenue

"Sub-Aqueous

.

description

LXXVI, Subway Supports." A. and W. J. R. Wilson, LXXX,

"Secure

B.

— of

chaud.

."

A. G. Menocal.

XI, 181

MillionElevator." Alexander AlDiscussion.) LXXX, 799 of a

Heavy Buildings."

Jules Breu-

(With Discussion.)

XXXVII,

31

(1897).

— buildings. XLVIII, 482 (1902). — buildings near tunnel caissons. (1910) — 391 elevated railway and buildings of

Hudson

and

Manhattan

York. LXXVI, 1 (1913). — New Ninth Avenue during work on

of.

vania

Lueder

Henry B. Seaman. Subways." and (With Discussion.) LXXV, 313 (1912). "The Sixth Avenue Subway of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad." H. G. Bur-

"

(1913).

City.

(1916).

"The

"

1



Bushel Grain laire. (With

Discussion: H. G. Moulton, Fiesel, J. H. O'Brien, B. C. Collier, and Lazarus White, LXXX. 939. "Specifications for the Design of Bridges

LXXVI,

York

(1882).

914 (1916). Richard A.

rowes.

New

"The Failure and Righting

(1872).



Lexington

portals,

at

Subwav,

LXXXI, 352 (1917). "Secure Subway Supports." A. B. Lueder and W. J. R. Wilson. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 914 (1916).

"Construction Problems of the ManhattanBronx, and Lexington Avenue Subway Junction and Queensborough Tunnel Connections." George Perrine. LXXXII, John Hays Discussion: 278 (1918). Myers, Clarence E. Carpenter, Robert A. Robert Ridgway, Henry H. Shailer, Quimby, and C. V. V. Powers, LXXXII, Brief City 1717 (1913).

Alfred P. Boiler. XI, 150 (1882).

Piers."

Roadway support

"Air Resistances to Trains in Tube Tun(With Discussion.) nels." J. V. Davies. LXXV, 982 (1912). "Compressed Air as a Motor for Subterranean Railways." J. Dutton Steele. I, 244

320.



"On the Mode of Adopted for the Croton Lake Bridge, N. Y. C. & N. R. R., during the Repairs to the Masonry

UNDERGROUND RAILWAYS.

New York

GROUND-WATER.

See

TURN-TABLES. 1.39;

.

Power

Plant. XXXVI, 177 (1896). — affected by or affecting pulsations in lines. LXXXII, 18o (1918). — atpipeOgden, Utah, Power Plant. XXXVIII,

Smith.

Building

Vestry

Parsons.

214 (1894).

"Draw-Spans

Trinity

Subway Construction." H. de B. LXXXI, 74 (1917). Discussion:

for

"The Lock 12 Development of the Alabama Power Company, Coosa River, Alabama." E. L. Sayers and A. C. Polk. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 1409 (1915). "The Pulp Mill of the Cliff Paper Company of Niagara Falls, N. Y." Wallace C. Johnson. (With Discussion.) XXXII, Cal.

:

"Underpinning'

(1909).

Water-wheel at Grass Valley,

— in

Railroad

Cambridge

Railroad,

Pennsyl-

LXVIII, 305

Terminal.

(1910).

— the

LXIX, on line

Building,

New York

City." T. Kennard Thomson. LXVII, 553 (1910). Discussion: Henry Gorton Opdycke, E. A. Yates, Ogden Merrill,

Oscar Lowinson, and

LXXXI,

74 (1917).

FOUNDATIONS.

Whitnev, Jr., William J. Boucher, Lazarus White, and H. L. Oestreich,

See also

LXXVI,

UNIT COSTS. See COSTS OF WORK.

T. B.

66.

"Tunnel Work on Sections 8, 9, 10, and 11, Broadway-Lexington Avenue Subway, New York City." Israel V. Werbin. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 341 (1917). on Discussion Railways. Underground Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. Robert Moore, Samuel B. Fisher, Moritz Wormser, E. B. R. Tratman, W. M. Camp, George A. Kimball, George W. Parsons,

Meem, LXVII,

Vestry Building for Subway Construction." H. de B. Parsons. (With Discussion.)

Discussion:

J. C.

565.

— Trinity

UNITED STATES WEATHER BUREAU. "Suggested Changes and Extension of the California." Service in George S. Binckley, and Charles H. Lee. (With



Discussion.) 114

LXXXI,

161 (1917).

VALUATION.

V.AI,rATION— (Cojifniwcrf).

"A Method

"The

Service

of Determining a Reasonable Rate for Municipally Owned

Public

Utilities."

B.

J.

(With Discussion.) LXXXI, "Bibliography on of Public



LXXVI,

2133

Lippincott. 413 (1917). Utilities."

(1913).

"Depreciation as an Element for Consideration in the Appraisal of Public Service Properties." C. E. Grunsky. LXXIX, 727 (1915). Discussion: James D. Mortimer, Joseph ISIayer. F. W. Green, Richard J. McCartv, Philip W. Henrv, Clinton S. Burns, Halbort P. Gillette. W. Kiersted, J. N. Dodd, and William B. Bosley, LXXIX, 780. "Final Report of the Special Committee to Formulate Principles and Methods for the of Railroad Property and Other Public T'tilitips." (With Discussion.)



LXXXI,

"Fundamental Principles of Public Utilitv ." John W. Alvord. LXXIX, 117 Discussion: Lewis M (1915). Haupt, L. L. Jewel, Richard T. Dana, F. Lavis, Louis L. Tribus. Joseph Mayer, Philip Burgess. .T. P. Newell. Charles Rufus ITarte, Alexander C. Humphreys, H. F. Dunham, Stuart K. Knox, C. E. Grunskv, W. Kiersted, and Clinton S, Burns,



T,\XIX, 1G6. "Method T'sed by the Railroad Commission of Texas, u'ul t the Stock and Bond Law, in Vnhiiiic' Railroad Properties." R. A. Thompson. (With Discussion.) LII, 328 (1904). Railroads." William of J. Wilgrus. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 203 (1914). "The Appraisal of Public Service Properties as a Basis for the Regulation of Rates." CJrunskv. LXXV, 770 E. C.

"Physical



Discussion: (1912). William Brokaw Bamford, .Tames V. Oxtoby, Charles H. Higgins, Henry Floy, J. Martin Schreiber, William J. Boucher, R. D. Coombs, A. H. Van Cleve, and W. Kiersted,

LXXV.

844.

"The Depreciation of Public

Utility Propand Fair Reerties as Affecting Their turn." John AV. Alvord. LXXVII. 788 Discussion: W. J. Wilgus. .T. E. (1914), Willouphby. Frank C. Boes, Allen Hazen, H. C. Verisano, Leonard Metcalf, William B. .Jackson, F. Lavis. Alexander C.



Humphreys.

Henry

Clinton S. Burns. Stuart K. Knox. .1. H. Gandolfo. Charles Rufus Harte. W. Kiersted. and Floy,

George B. Stone. LXXVII, 804. "The Financial Management of Waterworks." E. Kuichling. (With Discussion.) XXXVTII. 1 (1897). "The Going Value of Water-Works." Leonard Metcalf and .John W. Alvord. (With Discussion.) LXXIII. 320 (1911). "The .Tust Value of Monopolies, and the Regulation of the Prices of Their ProdTicts." Mayer. LXXV. 4.55 .Joseph (1912). Discussion: P. L. Reed. Maurice G. Parsons, and D. C. Serber, LXXV, 472.



"The Prospective Competitor Method of of Propertv." M. L. Bvors. LXXXIII, 1313 (1919-201. Discussion: J. P. Snow, C. E. Grunskv. Joseph Maver, .7. E. Willoughbv, and R. W. Hawley, LXXXIII, 1360.

"Th-




T,and

"

L.

P

Jorr.nrd.

W.

(1917).

A.

LXXXI,

Discussion:

Kelly.

618.

:

Edward

S.

W.

Harte. F.

LXXIX.

Green, and Joseph Mayer,

879.

of Water-Works Propertv." Wvnkoop —Kiersted. (With Discussion.) XXXVIII, 115 (1897). "Water-Works — and Fair Rates, in the

Light of the Maine Supreme Court Decisions in the Waterville and Brunswick Cases." Leonard Metcalf. (With Discussion.) LXIV, 1 (1909).

VALVES. "Experiments on the Discharge of a 30In. Ston Valve." J. Waldo Smith. (With

Discussion.) XXXIV. 2.35 (1895). the Loss of Head Resulting from the Passage of Water through a 24-Inch Stop Valve." E. Kuichling. (With Discussion.) XXVI, 439 (1892). "Some Details of and other Apparatus in Use by the National Water-Works

"On



Company

at Kansas Citv. Mo." Frederick E. Sickels. XXIV, 385 (1891).

V.ARNISHES. "Experiments on the Protection of Steel and Aluminum Exposed to Sea Water." A. H. Sabin First I'aper (With Discussion), XXXVI, 483 (1890): Supplementary Paper, XLIII, 444 (1900).

VENTII>ATION. "Air Resistances to Trains in Tube Tunnels." J. V. Davies. (With Discussion.)

LXXV.

982

(1912).

Description of the ventilating apparatus used in the tunnels of the New York terminus of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

LXIX.

299

(1910).

"Experiments with a New Method of Heat." ing and Charles Carroll Gilman.

XXXVII.



59 (1897).

Heating and ventilating South Boston TerXLIII.

minal.

Heating and road



of Station,

(1900K the Pennsylvania

l.'iC

New

York:

LXIX,

Rail274

(1910).

"Mechanical Installation in the Modern Office Building." Charles G. Darrach. (With Discussion.) XLVIII. 1 (19021. "On the of Halls of Audience." Robert

— X. —

Brip-gs.

53

(1881).

Proposed for the Pennsylvania Avenue Subway. XLVIII. 494 et sec/. (1902). Tests of in Hudson and Manhattan Rail-



road tunnels. LXIX. 414 (1910). of Tunnels." Charles S. Churchill. (With Discussion.) LVII, 227

"The

LXXXT.

I. King, Rankin. T. Kennard Thomson, J. S. Walker. William .T Boucher, and Franklin F. Mayo,

r,82

Hugh



"

1311 (1917).



of Public Service Corporation Property." Henry Earle Riggs. LXXIl. 1 (1911). Discussion: F. Lavis. Charles H. Higgins. S. D. Newton, William V. Polleys. C. P. Howard, J. E. Willoughby, Henry C. Adams. Carl C. Witt. R. A. Thompson, Charles H. Ledlie. William G. Raymond. W. H. Williams. P. E. Green. E. Kuichling, Richard T. Dana, George T. Hammond, Leonard Metcalf, Charles Hansel, J. Martin Schreiber, Clinton S. Burns, Halbert P. Gillette, Arthur L Adams, C. D. Purdon, A. Mordecai, and W. B. Ruggles, LXXIL 174. "The of Public T'tilitv Property." .7. H. Gandolfo. LXXIX, 842 (1915)". Discussion Alex Dow. F. Lavis. Charles Rufus



(190(5).



,



of Tunnels." N. W. Eavrs. (With DHcussion.l XXTTI. 288 (18901. Bergen Hill Tunnels, Pennsvlvania

"The

Railroad.

I>XVIII, 100 (1910).

VENTILATION— (CoMfniMerf).

— in ^

East

River

XIAUVCTS— {Continued) Thomas

Pennsylvania

Tunnels,

E.

Brown and George H.

Blake-

LXIX, 420 (1910). XXVII, 1 (1892). — in tunneling — ley. by the pioneer heading crossing terminal yard, Pennsylvania method. LXXXI, 448 (1917). Railroad, New York. LXVIII, 305: — of Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX. LXIX, 155 (1910). (1916). — elevation of railroad tracks, Philadel— of the First St. Tunnel, Washington, phia. LXXVI, 1845 (1913). Railroad.



0."7

,

D.

LXXI,

C.

"—of

144

(1911).

Tunnels." Charles Eng. Cong. 1904.)

S.

52.5

"^ of

Churchill.

LIV, Part C,

finter.

(190.5).

Eng.

Tunnels." Francis Cong. 1904.) LIV,

Fox. Part

See also

BRIDGES.

VIBRATION.

"— of

(Inter. C, 553

Bridges."

S.

W. Robinson.

XVI, 42

(1887).

(1905).

— of

Tunnels. Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. Charles C. Wentworth, Thomas H. Johnson, P. F. Brendlinger. and Charles S. Churchill. LIV, Part C, 5G7 (1905).

WASTE WEIRS. See WATER, FLOW AND WEIRS. WATER.

of

Buck.

Lefferts

Verrugas

the

Bridge." L. (1876). Discus-

103

V,

Paul. Minn.,

,



August 20th, 1004." C. A. (With Discussion.) LIV, 31

John W. Hill. (With Discussion.) XXXIII, 423 (1895). Comparison of ground with river



f1905).

"Temperature

Stresses

Treshnm D.

Spans."

LXXX.

cussion.)

in

a

Crecrtr.

SenVg of (With Dis-



1626 noifi).

'With Discussion.) XXV. ZW (1891). Design .ind Construction of Four Port Worth. Reinforced Concrete at Texas." S. W. Bowen. LXXVIII. 1206 nr»l5). Discussion: Carl Gavler,

(1904).



nR93). "Tho Hell Gate Arch Bridge and Apnroaches of the New York Connecting Railroad over the East River in New York Citv." O H. Ammann. (With Discussion.) LXXXII. 8.52 (1918). "The Kinzua Viaduct of the Erie Railroad Comoany." C. R. Grimm. XLVI. 21 i'1901). Discussion: George S. Morison. R. S Bu-k, L. S. Moisseiff. A. La Chicotte. Gustnv Lindenthal, and F. H. rMil<^'-. XT.VT. :^s!. "The Marent Gulch Viaduct." George S. Morison. XXV, 305 (1891). "The l\I°rchapts' Bridge Terminal RailT'-ay Viaduct at St. Louis, Mo." Robert S09

XXXI.

New

Morison.

,500

Portage V,

1



(1905).

Bridge." George Discussion,

C.

B.

Le Conte, J. P. A. Maignen, .T. N. Chester, Robert Spurr Weston, Gardner S. Williams, Rudolph Hering, F. L. Fuller, E. E. Wall. John F. Wixford, George W. Fuller, Allen Hazen, Adolph Kemna, and M. Bechmann. Weston, L.

S.

V,

.T.

LIV. Part D. 191 (1905). "Purification of for Domestic Use: European Practice." Adolph Kemna. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 155



"The Sixth Street Viaduct. Kansas Citv." E. B. Howard. LXV. 42 (1909). Discussion: Daniel Bontecou, Victor H. Cochrane. O. E. Mogensen. N. T. Blackburn, and George H. Pegram. LXV. 95. " or the Effect of Passing Trains on Iron Bridges. Masonry and other StrucRandolph. (With .Tamps tures." L. Discussion.) XII, 444 (1883). "The Twelfth Street Trafflcway Viaduct, Kansas Citv, Missouri." E. E. Howard. LXXX, 484 (1916 K Discussion: F. W. Mensch, Howard W. Green, J. L. Holmes, M. M. Upson. E. A. Slettum, L. R. Ash, and John Lyle Harrington,

(1905).



"Purification of for Domestic Use: French Practice." M. Bechmann. (Translated from the French by Allen Hazen.)

.

LXXX,

Domestic Use. DisEng. Cong. Papers,

Andrew Howatson, George Whipple, Edwin O. Jordan, Edmund 1904.

•?35.





Purification of for cussion on Inter.

(1894).

(1876).





H

Aloore.



"Filtration of for Public Use." An Informal Discussion. Rudolph Hering and others. XLIV. 399 (1900). "On Sedimentation." Allen Hazen. (With Discussion.) LIII. 45 (1904). "On the Fresh Algpe and their Relation to the Purity of Public Supplies." George W. Rafter. (With Discussion.) XXI, 483 (1889). "Purification of Sewage and of by Filtration." Hiram F. Mills. XXX, 350 Discussion, XXX, 702. (1893). "Purification of for Domestic Use: American Practice." Allen Hazen. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 131



LXXVIII. 12.59. "The Detroit I'nion Depot Viaduct." .T. W. Schnub. (With Discussion.) XXVIII,

"The



LXXV. 706 (1912). "Filtration for Public Supplies, with Especial Reference to the Double Filtration Plant at Bremen. Germany." Euge'i Goetze. (With Discussion.)' LIII, 210

"The American Railroad Viaduct: Its Origin and Evo'ution " .T. E. Greiner. "Tbe



— —

sion. V, 240.

"Probable Wind Pressure Involved in the Wreck of the High Bridge over the Mississippi River, on Smith Avenue. St. P. Turner.

OVER DAMS

Aeration of supplies. XXI, 5.36 (1889). Analyses of effluent from sewage disposal works. XXV. 141 (1891). Analyses of New River, Colorado River, Salton Sea, etc. LXXVI. 1411 (1913). Analvses supplies for of Monterrey, Mexico. LXXII. 532 (1911). ." "Bacteria and Other Organisms in

VIAPUCT.S. "Erection

OF,

(Inter. Eng. (1905).

Cong. 1904.)

LIV, Part D.

183

"Reinforced Concrete Reservoir and Coagulation Plant at St. Louis, Mo." Edward Flad. (With Discussion.) LXXVII, 1052 (1914).

"Remarks on the Aeration



." Charles of B. Brush. (With Discussion.) XV, 139 (1886). from filtration plant Report of tests of

.533.



"The Weehawken Elevators and Viaduct." 116

WATER

(Cunt in iied

^V\T'E.^R— (Continued)

»

LXXII, 301

and Ohio River at Parkersburg, W. Va. r.XXXI. TSo et seq fl017>. "Self-Purification of Flowing and the In-

(1911). Discussion: Allen George A. Johnson, Morris Kiiowles, George C. Whipple, and F. ¥.

Hazen,





fluence of Polluted in the Causation of Disease." Charles O. Currier. (With Discussion.) XXIV, 21 (1891). "Some Questions Concerning the Filtration

Longley, LXXII, 362. per cubic foot different temperatures.

of distilled at XL, 531 (1898). for the Purification of the Supply of Washington, D. C." Allen Hazen and E. D. Hardy. LVII, 307 (1906). Discussion Francis F. Longley, William C.

fication." An Informal Discussion. R. E. McMath. W. C. Parmley, Gardner S.

:

Woodward. George M. Kober. Theodore A. Leisen. W. L. Butcher, J. P. A. Maig-

Williams.

Palmer C. Ricketts. James S. Haring and James H. Fuertes. XLII, 160 (1899). "Temperature of at Various Depths in Lakes and Oceans." Hamilton Smith, Jr. (With Discussion.) XIIT. 73 (1SS4). "The Absorption of Oxvgen by De-Aerated ." Earle B. Phelps. (With Discus-





LXXVI.

sion.)

"The



1024

nen, D. C. Henry, J. A. Vogleson, Charles Moore, Nora Stanton Blatch, W. T. Sedgwick, H. F. Labelle, G. Llovd Magruder. George W. Fuller, William B. Fuller. Theodore Horton. and .John H. Gregory, LVII. 364 fl906) Mansfield Merriman and Winter L. Wilson, LVIII, 511 (1907). See also FILTRATION, :

(1913>.

Albany Filtration Plant." Allen (With Discussion.) XLIII, 244

Hazen. (1900).



WATER, CONSUMPTION

— in

P. A. Maignen. J. N. Chester. F. P. Stearns, Desmond FitzGerald. and H. F. Dunham. XLVI. 141 (1901). "The Improved and Sewage Works of ro'Tinibiis. Ohio " .ToIiti H. Gresrorv,

See also

J.



LXVII, 206

Discussion: Joseph (1910). Ellms. Julian Griggs. C-E. A. Winslow, R. D. Scott and R. F. McDowell, Samuel Tobias Wagner, J. Corbett. W. R. Copeland, W. A. Snerrv, J. W. Sale.

W.

— San

Probable

"The Decolorization of ." An Informal Discussion. George C. Whipple. Allen Hazen, George A. Soper. George W. Fuller,

WATER, WASTE

W.4TER,

DUTY

.Tames H. Fuertes. Discussion.) LXVI. 135 (1910). "The Purification of for the Production of Steam." J. O. Handy. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV. Part A. 3 (1905). Discussion: L. M. Booth. A. McGill. E. H. Peabodv. F. B. Leopold. Hans Reisert. G. M. Campbell, and Fred .L Miller. LIV, Part A. 35. "The Quality of Supplies." .John W. (With Discussion.) XXXII, 130 Hill



"The Suspension of Solids Elon Huntington Hooker.

XXXVI.

sion.)

of

.T.

Analytical Ex-

Hnmmatf.

(With

Water C.

in the Pacific NorthStevens. (With Discus-

NELS.

(1919-20).

OF. IN

OPEN CHAN-

"A

l\rntheniatica1 Analvsis of the Influence of Resorvoirs T'non Strpnra-Flow." .Tames A. Seddon. XL! 401 (1898). ".\ Proposed Solution of Some Hvdraulic

Problems." .392 (1902). sf'hel. I. P.

Charles H. Tutton. XLVII, Discussion: Clemens HerChurch, and Edward C. "

XLVII. 410. in Streams as Produced bv

Aliirnhv.

De Volson Wood.

Dams."

(With Dis-

cussion.) IT. 2.55 (1873). "C.nlpn'nti'i'is nf the Menu Horso-Powor of a Variable Stream and the Cost of Re'>'.ncinpthe Power TjOst bv n Pnrt'''1

Diversion of the Flow." William H. Grant. XXII, 389 (With Discussion.) (1890).

Cup and Screw Current Meters Performance of These Meters in Tail-Races and Large Mountain Streams Statistical Synthesis of Discharge Curves," B. F. Groat. (With

"Characteristics of ;

in



Flowing ." (With Discus-

Discussion.) LXXVI. 819 (1913). "Characteristics of the Ravine du Sud In the Island of Hayti, and Plan for Averting Its Overflow." .T. Foster Crowell. XXIV. 470 11891). Dis<'USsion. XXIV, ITS: XX'^'. 343 (1891). "Chemi-Hydrometry and Its Application to the Precise Testing of Hydro-Electric Generators." Beniamin F. Groat. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 951 (1916).

of

Lakes."

Discussion.)

Desmond XXXTV,

Vicksburg

Settling

Basins."

Clar-

XXI, 88 (1889). at St. Louis. Mo." Edward LX, 170 (1908). Discussion;

ence Delafield:

— Purification Wall. E.

— bv

LXXXIII, 2094

WATER. FLOW

67 (1805). "

C.

(1916).

west."

nS96).

2.39

Temperature

FitzGerald. (AVifh

"The

(1919-

:

ri894).

sion.)

509

OF.

Discussion.) LXXXIII. 200 (1919-20). Dutv of water in certain districts in California. LXXX. 58, 1.51, 167, et seq., 198



"The

W

neriniei't."

Steel-

Peniisviv;niia."

(With

OF.

"Determination of the

"B.Tck-Water

ton.

LXXXIII,

1920).

Langdon Pearse. EXIV, 182. "The Purification of the Supply of



Metropolitan

25 (1916).

army camps.

"The Duty

P.

OF.

Francisco

LXXX,

District.

Hoover, C. B. Hoover, A. Elliott Kimberly. Samupl Rideni. AlexaiuL^r Potter, Gilbert Fowler, William Gavin Taylor. Alien Hazen. William B Fuller. Emil Kuichling. Langdon Pearse. Rudolph Hering. George A. .Tohnson, and George W. Fuller. LXVII. 324. "The Purification of Ground-Waters Containing Iron and Manganese." Robert Spurr Weston. I>XIV. 112 (1909). Discussion: W. C. Lonnsbury, Arthur L. Terry, .Jr., Philip Burgess, A. Elliott Kimberly. Alexander Potter. H. F. Dunham, E. Kuichling. .T. W. Ellms, and C.



"Works

of—." W. Kiimmel. XXX. .^-^O (1893). "Stream Cont.Tmination and Sewage Puri-

Peter Milne. Kenneth Allen, James Owen, Charles G. Darrach. E. W. Harrison. P. A. Maignen, L. L. Tribus.



Weights

Philip Burgess, Edward Prince, George Soper. G. C. Whipple. L. L. Tribus. and L. J. Le Conto. LX. 196. " Purifii-ation I'lant. AN'asliingtoii, D. C, Results of Operation." E. D. Hardy.

"Current Meter and Weir Discharge Comparisons." Edward C. Murphy. (With

A.



XLVII. 370 (1902). Discussion.) "Cut-Offs on the Mississippi River. 117

Their



WATER, FLOW OF

(CoWd). (Channels) on the Channel Above and Below." Caleb G. Forshey. V, 317 (1876). "Description and Results of Hydraulic Experiments with Large Apertures, at HolEffect

voke, Mass., in 1874." Theodore G. Ellis. V, 19 (1876). Discussion, V, 297. "Description of the Lower Weser and Its Improvement." L. Pranzius. (Translated from the German by T. H. McCann, XXIX, 173 assisted by Alfred Beyer.) Discussion, XXX, 483 (1893). (1893). "Erosion of River Banks on the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers." J. A. Ockerson. XXVIII, 396 (1893). Discussion, XXXI, 1 (1894).

(Channels)— (Con'd).

"On the Cause of the Maximum Velocity of Water Flowing in Open Channels being below the Surface." James B. Francis. VII,

168

109,

Discussion,

(1878).

VII,

122.

"On

the

Current-Meter, together with a Reason Why the Maximum Velocity of

Water Flowing in Open Channels is below the Surface." F. P. Stearns. XII, 301 (1883). "On the Determination of the Flood Discharge of Rivers and of the Backwater Caused by Contractions." William R. Hutton. (With Discussion.) XI, 211 (1882).

on the Flow of Water Through Contractions in an Open Channel." E. W. Lane. LXXXIII. 1149 (1919-

"Experiments

Discussion: William T. Lyle, D. 1920). C. Henny, Karl R. Kennison, and R. D. Goodrich, LXXXIII, 1209.

Flow of water in LXXXII, 65 (1918).

Cape

Cod

Canal.

"Forests and Reservoirs in Their Relation to Stream Flow, with Particular RefH. M. erence to Navigable Rivers." LXII, Chittenden. (With Discussion.) 245 (1909).

"Gauging of Cedar River. Washington." (With Discussion.) Theron A. Noble. XLI, 1 (1899). A Discussion. "Gauging of Streams." David M. Greene. V. 251 (1876). Gaugings of Missouri River at Great Falls, Mont. XXVII, 65 (1892). "History of the Conversion of the River Clyde into a Navigable Water-Way, and of the Progress of Glasgow Harbour from its Commencement to the Present Day." James Deas. XXIX, 128 (1893). Discussion,

WATER, FLOW OF

XXX,

478 (1893). to the Successful Operation of an Irrigation System." Discussion.) LXXI, (With Stevens. J. C. 314 (1911). "Ice Diversion, Hydraulic Models, and Hydraulic Similarity." Benjamin F. Groat. (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 1138 (1918). "Measurement of the Flow of Streams by Approved Forms of Weirs with New Formulas and Diagrams: Details and Summaries of the Results of Experiments by Francis, Bazin, Fteley and Stearns, and at the Hydraulic Laboratories of Cornell University and the University of Utah." Richard R. Lyman. LXXVII, 1189 (1914). Discussion: B. A. Moritz. Allen Hazen, Clarence T. Johnston, R. B. Robinson, L. M. Winsor, H. W. King, Robert E. Horton, G. E. P. Smith, Clarence S. Jarvis, and Gardner

"Hydrometry as an Aid

S. Williams, LXXVII, 1282. "Notes on the Flow of the West Branch James R. J. of the Croton River."

Discussion, IV, Ill, 76 (1874). Croes. 297 (1875). Improvement of the Mouth "Notes on the W. Milnor Robof the Mississippi." Discussion, IV, IV, 321 (1875). erts. .332; V, 275 (1876). "Notes on the South Pass Jetties." Max E. Schmidt. IX, 290 (1880). "Obstruction of Bridge Piers to the Flow (With Floyd A. Nagler. of Water." Discussion.) LXXXII, 334 (1018). River, Mississippi Heights in the Flood "On with Especial Reference to the Reach between Helena and Vlcksburg." WillJam Starling. XX. 195 (1889).

"On the

Effect of a Rapidly Increasing Supply of Water to a Stream, on the Flow below the Point of Supply." Jas. B. Francis. (With Discussion.') XXI,

558 (1889).

"On the Flow of Water in Rivers." De Volson Wood. VIII, 173 (1879). "On Waves of Translation that Emanate from a Submerged Orifice, together with an Examination of the Feasibility of the Proposed Bale Verte Canal." Clemens Hersehel.

IV, 185 (1875).

"Physiography of Water-Sheds and Channels, and Analysis of Stream Action of Southern California Rivers, with Reference to the Problems of Flood Control." A. L. Sonderegger. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, nil (1919-20). "Practical Consequences of Variation of the Wet Section of Rivers under General and Special Conditions." Robert B. McMath. IX, 377 (1880). "Rainfall and River-Flow." Cvrus C. Babb. (With Discussion.) XXVIII, 323 (1893).

Flow of Streams, and Storage." Desmond FitzGerald. (With Discussion.)

"Rainfall,

XXVII,

(1892).

2.^3

"Reservoir System of the Great Lakes of the St. Lawrence Basin Its Relation to the Problem of Improving the Navigation of These Bodies of Water and of Their Connecting Channels." Hiram M. Chittenden. (With Discussion.) XL, :

355 (1898).

"River Hydraulics." James A. Seddou. XLIII, 179 (1900). (With Discussion.) "Storage and Pondage of Water." .Joseph P. Prizell.

XXXI.

XXXI,

29 (1894).

Discussion.

5.52.

Stream flow data, Owens Valley, California.

LXXVIII,

167 et seq. (1915).

"Surges in an Open Canal." son.

LXXXI.

112

(1917).

R. D. John-

Discussion:

Karl R. Kennison, and Irving P. Church,

LXXXI,

116.

"The Automatic Volumeter."

E. G. Hopson. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 572 (1916). River Improvement." Brazos Harbor "The XXV. 519 (1891). George Y. Wisner.

Discussion, XXV, 537: XXVI, 518 (1892). "The Causes of the Formation of Bars at the Mouths of Rivers, as Shown in an Examination of the Connecticut Theodore G. Ellis, II, 313 River." (1873).

"The Dangers Threatening the Navigation of the Mississippi River and the Reclamation of its Alluvial Lands." B. M. Harrod. VII. 243 (1878). of the Mississippi, Considered in Relation to an 'Open River Mouth.' John G. Barnard. IV, 104 (1875). Dis-

"The Delta

cussion, IV, 290. 297. 118

WATER, FI>OW OF

(Chunnels)

— (C'oh'O.

"The Discharge of the Mississippi River."

WilUam

XXXIV, 347 305 (1896).

Starling.

XXXV,

Discussion,

(1895).

"The Flow of the Sudbury River, Massachusetts,

for

Years 1875 to 1879." (With Discussion.) X,

the

Alphonse Fteley. 225

"The Flow of Water in Irrigatioo Channels." George Henry Ellis. LXXX, 1G44 H.

Discussion:

Muckleston,

B.

Harold F. Gray, S. T. Harding, Allen Hazen, R. B. Sleight, W. G. Hoyt, William S. Aldrich, and M. J. Orbeck, C. N. Ward and W. OB. Heuderson, LXXX, 1662.

"The Flow of Water in Open Channels." Theodore G. Ellis. VI, 200 (1S77). "The Gauging of Streams." Clemens HerVII, 236 (18781.

schel.

"The Hydraulic Jump, in Open-Channel Flow at High Velocity." Karl R. Ken-

nison. LXXX, 338 (1916). Discussion: B. F. Groat, H. B. Muckleston, Frederic P. Stearns, Carl B. Andrews, R. D. Johnson, Mansfield Merriman, E. G. Walker,

Edward W. Bush, H. F. Dunham, Robert F. Ewald, L. D. Cornish, and Caleb Mills Saville, LXXX, 354. "The Hydrography of the Potomac Basin." Cyrus C. Babb. (With Discussion.) XXVII, 21 (1892). "The Improvement of Channels in SediGeorge H. Henshaw.

mentary Rivers."

XX,

109

Discussion,

(1889).

XX,

116,

229.

"The Improvement of James River, Virginia." H. D. Whitcomb. XXVIII, 209 Discussion, XXVIII, 445. (1893). "The Improvement of the Mississippi River." William Starling. XX, 85 (1889). Discussion, XX, 229. "The Limits Attainable in Improving the Navigability of Rivers by Means of H.

Regulation."

XXIX, 492

Grunsky, E. Kuichling, Gerard H. D. G. Thomas, \\ alter Pearl, and C. M. Allen, LXVI, 106. "The Water Power of the Falls of St. Anthony." Joseph P. Frizell. (With

202

Kenneth Discussion,

(1893).

Discussion.)

Stage

at Holyoke, Mass., of the Connecticut River." Clemens Herschel. (With Discussion.) LVIII, 29 (1907). "Waves of Translation in Fresh Water." Wm. J. McAlpine. I, 333 (1872). "Wing Dams in the Mississippi above the Falls of St. Anthony." Edward P. North. VI, 268 (1877). "Yield of the Sudbury River Water-Shed in the Freshet of Feb. 10th-13th, 1886." Desmond FitzGerald. XXV, 253 (1891).

WATER, FLOW

OF, IN PIPES. "A Mechanism for Metering and Recording the Flow of Fluids Through Venturi Tubes, Orifices, or Conduits, by Integrating the Velocity Head." J. W. Ledoux. LXXVI, 1148 (1913). "A Solution of the Problem of Determining the Economic Size of Pipe for HighPressure Water-Power Installation." Arthur L. Adams. LIX, 173 (1907). Discussion W. L. Butcher, W. E. Buck, :

P. E. Stevens, C. ling,

Michigan." cussion.)

C.

XXX,

.

(1909).

of

XXXVI,

24 (1896). in Water Pipes." Ernest W. Schoder. LXII. 67 (1909). Discussion: George Jacob Davis, Jr., LXII,

"Curve Resistance

(1882).

XLII, 501; XLIII, 93

"The South Pass

97.

Data on discharge

(1900).

LXX,

Pipes."

LXXI,

Hopson.

158

Edmund

Weston.

B.

XIV, 238

(1885).

Flow

of

struction Water of A. Fteley

239 (1896).

E. G.

(1910).

Some Experiments on the Water made during the Conof Works for Conveying the

"Description of

Discussion, XV, 223 (1886). (1884). "The Suspension of Solids in Flowing Water." Elon Huntington Hooker. (With

XXXVI,

178

"Description and Results of Hydraulic Experiments with Large Apertures, at Holyoke, Mass., in 1874." Theodore G. Ellis. Discussion, V, 297. V, 19 (1876). "Description of Some Experiments Made on the Providence, R. I., Water-Works, to Ascertain the Force of Water Ram in

tical Teachings in River and Harbor Hydraulics." E. L. Corthell. XIII, 313

"The Tieton Canal."

of rivted pipes of vari-

ous diameters. XL, 498 (1)S!)8). Data regarding the flow of water in pipes.

Descriptive and

Jetties.

Incidental Notes and Memoranda." E. L. Corthell. VII, 131 (1878). Discussion, VII, 159. "The South Pass Jetties. Notes on the Consolidation and Durability of the Works, with a Description of the Concrete Blocks and Other Constructions of the Last Year." Max E. Schmidt. VI 11, 189 (1879). "The South Pass Jetties. Ten Years* Prac-

Discussion.)

ResistPipes."

V. Saph and Ernest AV. Schoder. LI, 253 (1903). Discussion: A. Flamant, Hiram F. Mills, Edgar C. Thrupp, Allen Hazen, E. G. Coker, George H. Fonkell, and Gardner S. Williams. LI, 313. Capacity of Astoria, Oregon, pipe line.

Augustus

"The Reaction Breakwater as Applied to the Improvement of Ocean Bars." LewXLII, 485 (1899). Discusis M. Haupt.

Discussion.)

Roberts,

"An Experimental Study of the ances to the Flow of Water in

Streams Flowing in Natural Channels." Robert E. McMath. XI, 186 (1882). "The Overflow of the Mississippi River." Lyman Bridges. (With Discussion.) XI,

sion,

DeMott, E. KuichCharles D.

L.

J.

"Air Tanks on Pipe Lines." Minton M. Warren.' (With Discussion.) LXXXII, 250 (1918).

Allen.)

Lakes Huron and E. Grunsky. (With Dis-

LXIII, 31

William

Marx and C. B. Wing, James H. Wise, E. W. Myers, Asahel C. Toll, and F. G. Baum, LIX, 178. "A Study of Fluid Resistance." Luther Wagoner. LXXVII, S'JO (1914).

of

"The Mean Velocity

XII, 412 (1883).

"Twenty Years' Run-Off,

(1893).

Low

251

— (Con'O-

C. E.

(Translated

Engels.

from the German by

"The

Uuuiiels)

((

Matthes,

(1S81).

(1916).

FLOW OF

W.VTEK,

"The Use and Care of the Current Meter, as Practiced by the United States Geological Survey." John C. Hoyt. LXVI, 70 (1910). Discussion: Arthur H. Diamaut, E. C. Murphy, H. K. Barrows,

(With

Sudbury and F.

River P.

to

Stearns.

Boston." XII,

1

(1883).

"Description of

(1911).

110

Some Experiments on

the

WATER. FLOW OF Flow

(Pipes)

— (Continued).

Water through 2i/2-Inch Rubber and Nozzles of Various Forms

of

Hose,

and Sizes, made on the Providence, R. I., Water-Works. Also Results of Investigations Relating to the Height of Jets of Water." Edmund B. Weston. XIII, 376 (1S84). "Determination of the Size of Sewers." Robert E. McMath. XVI, 179 (1887). "Excessive Rainfalls Considered with Especial Reference to their Occurrence in Populous Districts." R. L. Hoxie. (With

XXV,

Discussion.)

70

(1891).

"Experimental Determination of Loss of Head Due to Sudden Enlargement in Circular Pipes." W. H. Archer. LXXVI, 999 (1913).

"Experiments at Detroit, Mich., on the Effect of Curvature upon the Flow of Water in Pipes." Gardner S. Williams, Clarence W. Hubbell. and Georgt^ H. Fenkell. XLVII. 1 (19021. IHscussion E. C. Murphy, Hiram F. Mills, Irving P. Church, Charles H. Tutton, J. L. Campbell, Charles W. Sherman, D. Farrand Henry, George Y. Wisner, Edgar C. Thrupp, Rudolph Hering, James A. Seddon, J. P. Frizell, Henry Bazin, E. Kuichling, Walter Ferris, E. Sherman Gould, H. W. Brinckerhoff, Edward S. Cole, E. E. Haskell, Wager Fisher, Robert E. Horton, W. M. White, A. V. Saph and E. W. Schoder, Arthur Adams, and W. E. Wilson. XLVII, 197. "Experiments on the Discharge of a 30-In. Stop Valve." J. AValdo Smith. (With :

XXXIV,

Discussion.)

235

Ogden, Utah."

Power Company,

at

Charles D. Marx, Charles

B. Wing, First Paper

and Leander M. Hoskins. (With Discussion). XL, 471 (1898) Supplementary Paper (With Discussion). XLIV, ?A (1900). "Experiments on the Flow of Water in ;

Wood Stave Pipes." E. A. Moritz. LXXIV, 411 (1911). Discussion: Robert G. Dieck. Melvin L. Enger, J. L. Campbell,

iams,

Rudolph Hering, Gardner J. S. Moore, and Charles

LXXIV,

rach,

S.

Will-

G.

Dar-

Relating to Hydraulics of Fire Streams." John R. Freeman. (With

XXI, 303

(1889).

"Flood Waves in Sewers and their Automatic Measurement." Alva J. Grover.

XXVIII, 10.

"Flow

1

Discussion, XXVIII,

(1893).

109.

Sewers of the North MetroSewerage System of MassachuTheodore Horton. XLVI, 78

in the

politan setts." (1901).

Discussion: Rudolph Hering, J. Waldo Smith, George W. Tillson, and G. C. Whipple, XLVI, 87. Flow of sand and water in pipes. LVII, .340 et seq.

"Flow

of

(1906). in 48-In. Pipes."

Water

FitzGerald. 241 (1896).

"Flow

(With Discussion.)

Desmond

XXXV,

Water in Wrought- and Castiron Pipes from 28 to 42 Ins. in Diam-

eter." sion.)

of

W. XXXVI,

Isaac

"Foundation

Flow

Pipes." F. I'.rauiiworth.

E.

Smith. 197 of

der,

(Pipes)— (Continued) Flamant, Edgar C. Thrupp, Getman, and Ernest W. Scho-

A. L.

LVII,

"Friction Pipe."

302.

for

Coefficient

An

Informal

Riveted Steel Discussion. A.

McL. Hawks. XLII, 155 (1899). "Induced Currents of Fluids." F. zur Ned-

LXXX,

den.

844

Discussion:

(1916).

Clemens Herschel, Carl George de Laval, and John C. Trautwine, Jr., LXXX, 897. "Memorandum and Tables, Exhibiting the Results of Some of Darcy's Experiments on the Flow of Water through Pipes." James B. P^rancis. II, 45 (1873). "Note on Kutter's Diagram." Charles H. Swan. IX, 326 (1880). "On the Hydraulics of the Hemlock Lake Conduit of the Rochester, N. Y., WaterAVorks." George W. Rafter. XXVI, 13

XXVI, 28. Head Resulting from

Discussion,

(1892).

"On the Loss

of

Passage of Water through Valve."

XXVI,

sion.)

the

a 24-Inch Stop (With Discus-

Kuichling.

E.

(1892).

4.39

"Penstock and Surge-Tank Problems." Minton M. Warren. (With Discussion.)

LXXIX,

2.S8

"Pressures

(1915).

Penstocks Caused by the Closing of Turbine G'ates." R. Gibson. (With Discussion.) in

Gradual

Norman

LXXXIII,

707

(1919-20).

"Pressures Resulting from Changes of Ve-

Water

locity of

in Pipes."

J. P. Frizell.

XXXIX,

(With Discussion.)

1

(1898).

"Pulsations in Pipe Lines, as Shown by Some Recent Tests." H. C. Vensano.

"Some Facts and Loss

LXXXII, 185 (1918). in Relation to Friction, Waste of Water in Mains." Charles

B. Brush. (1888).

(With Discussion.)

"The Automatic Volumeter." (With

son.

E.

XIX, 89 G.

Hop-

LXXX,

Discussion.)

572

(1916).

"The Effect of Tuberculation on the Delivery of a 48- In. Water Main." James Duane. XXVIII, 20 (1893). Discussion, XXVIII, 2.57, 3.52. "The Flow of Water in Cylindrical ConSidney A. Reeve.

duits."

LXXIV,

206

(1911).

"The Flow of AVater sure." (1878).

IMpes under Pre*;Darrach. VII, 114

in

Charles G. Discussion, VII,

122.

"The Flow

452.

"Experiments

Discussion.)

sion:

Frank

(With Discussion.)

(189,5).

"Experiments on the Flow of Water in a 48-Inch Pipe." F. P. Stearns. (With Discussion.) XIV, 1 (1885). "Experiments on the Flow of Water in the Six-Foot Steel and Wood Pipe Line of the Pioneer Electric

WATER, FLOW OF

(With Discus-

(1890).

Water in Vertical Lawrence and P. L.

LVII, 205

(1900).

Discus-

of AA'ater in Small Channels, after Ganguillet and Kutter, with Kuttt^r's

Diagram

Mcidiflcd.

and

Tables with Special Reference Calculations." R. Hering.

(Jraiihical to Sewer

VIII,

1

(1879).

"The Flow of AA'ater in Wood Pipes." Theron A. Noble. XLIX, 112 (1902). Discussion B. W. Schoder, A. V. Saph, Mansfield Merriman, Rudolph Hering, and (iardner S. Williams, XLIX, 145. "The Flow of AVater through Pipes." Hamilton Smith. XII, 119 (1883). "The Power Plant, Pipe Line and Dam of the Pioneer Electric Power Company at Ogden, Utah." Henry Goldmark. (AA'ith Discussion.) XXXVIII, 246 (1897). "The Relation between the Rainfall and the Discharge of Sewers in Populous Districts." Emil Kuichling. (With Dis:

cussion.) XX, 1 (1889). "The Results of Investigations Relative Formulas for the Flow of AA'ater

Pipes." Edmund B. AVeston. cussion.) XXII. 1 (1890).

"The

A'enturi AA'ater Meter:

to in (AVith Dis-

An Instrument

WATER, FLOW OF (Vipefi)—{Cnnfinned). Making Use of a New Method of Gauging Water

Wrought-Iron Water Pipe." Smith. (With Discussion.)

••The Cippoletti Trapezoidal Weir."

Flow

161

15

OF, THROUGH ORIFICES. "The Automatic Volumeter." E. G. Hopson. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 572

XLIV,

and

XLVII, 203

(1916).

weir

(1902).

Comparison of current meter and measurements, Sudbury Conduit.

WATER FRONT.

weir XII,

"The Improvement

"Current Meter and Weir Discharge Comparisons." Edward C. Murphy. (With

Norman

LXXXIII,

B.

LXXXII,

Weir

'^^'. Discharge." LXXVI. J. S. Longwell. Discussion: C. H. Pierce, 1045 (1913). and Francis F. Longley, LXXVI, 1078.

Flow

— and

WATER

LXXVII,

1189

of

Water

George W. Rafter.

XLIV, 220 (1900). "Some Notes on the William

XXVI,

(1898).

I'rincii)les Relating to the Administration of Streams." Clarence T. Johnston. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 630 (1915).

Starling. 559 (1892).



and National with De(tailed Statement of the Oregon System of WaTitles." John H. Lewis. LXXVI, 637 Discussion: Clarence T. (1913). Johnston, L. J. Le Conte, George L. Dillman, W. E. Moore, Morris Bien, Horace W. .Shelev. .Morris Knowles. Kenneth C. Grant, E. G. Hopson, H. T. Cory, O. C. Merrill, William G. Davies, and W. B. Fre.-nian. LXWl. 077.

"State

,

ter

(1914).

over

L.\WS.

"Some

Measuring weirs. LV. ISO (19()."i). Merits of weirs and flumes for the measurement of water. XLIV, 160 (1900).

Flow

236.

other devices for deepening rivers.

XL, 236

"Measurement of the Flow of Streams by Approved Forms of Weirs with New Formulas and Diagrams: Details and Summaries of the Results of Experiments by B''rancis, Bazin, Fteley and Stearns, and at the Hydraulic Laboratories of Cornell T niversitv and the I'niversity of (With DisUtah." Richard R. Lyman.

the

(1919-20).

of

265 (1906).

"On

707

WATER-JETS.

Water in Vertical Lawrence and P. L. Pipes." F. E. Braunworth. (With Discussion.) LVII,

cussion.)

(1915).

Penstocks Caused by the Closing of Turbine Gates." R. Gibson. (With Discussion.)

"Pulsations in Pipe Lines, as Shown by Some Recent Tests." H. C. Vensano. LXXXII, 185 (1918). Discussion: Norman R. Gibson, Rudolph Hering. li. D. Johnson, and Minton Warren. M.

Francis.

James

238 in

Gradual

XIII, 303 (1884). folk Mills, in Lowell, Mass." Francis. XIII, 295 (1884).

(With Discussion.)

(1918).

LXXIX,

Creek

"Experiments on the Humphrey Turbine Water-Wheel, at the Tremont and Suf"Experiments on G. Steward and

Il-

Chicago."

"Penstock and Surge-Tank Problems." Minton M. Warren (With Discussion.)

XLIV.

179 (1916).

B.

in

on Pipe Lines." Minton M. (With Discussion.) LXXXII,

Warren. 250

"Experiments on the Flow of Water over

James

Jr. (1912).

^•2(;

"Pressure

Submerged Weirs."

Railroad

Cresson,

"Air Tanks

(1883).

Alameda

of the City

WATER-HAMMER.

Some Experiments on the Water Made During the Construction of Works for Conveying the Water of Sudburv River to Boston." XII, 1 A. Fteley and F. P. Stearns. of

in





F.

B.

LXXV,

"Description of

flow

the

John D. Van Buren.

John Findley Wallace. (With Discussion.) XXXVIII, 315 (1897). "The Problem of the Lower West Side Manhattan of the Port of New York."

229, 364 (1900).

266 (1900). Experiment-; on

Central

linois

I

at Cornell University.

of

York."

(With Discussion.) Ill, 172 (1874). "The Lake Front Improvements of the

Discussion. XLVII. 370 (T.HCJl. "Description and Results of Hydraulic Experiments with Large Apertures, at Holyoke, Mass., in 1874." Theodore G. Ellis. V, 19 (1876). Discussion, V, 297. on Description of Bazin's experiments weirs of irri'iruiar cross-sections. XLIV.

Experiments

New

of

(1883).

"FoTHitniii

338

WATER, FLOW

A. D, Foote

meter

current

of

discharges.

LXXX,

LXXX,

"The Problem of the Submerged Weir." Clemens Herschel. XIV, 189 (1885). "Verification of the Bazin Weir Formula by Hydro-Chemical Gaugings." Flovd A. Nagler. LXXXIII, 105 (1919-20). Discussion Clemens Herschel, David A. Molitor, Frederic P. Stearns, and B. F. Groat, LXXXIII, 157.

(1900).

Comparison

Plow

Velocity."

(With Discussion.)

(1916).

(1891).

XVIII, 59 (1888). Automatic registers for use on weirs.

316

9

0|(en-rhannel Karl R. Ken-

in

:

"An Automatic Waste Weir." 158

High

at

nison.

"American Irrigation Engineering." Herbert M. Wilson. (With Discussion.)

XXV,

Jnmn.

Hydraulic

••The

OVER DAMS AND

OF,

WEIRS.

A. D.

XXXII,

Dyer.

D.

(1894).

(1SS4).

WATER, FLOW

W.

Flinn and C.

Hamilton XIII,

FLOW OF (Hums)— (Conthmed).

W.VTER.

Applicable to the Cases of Very Large Tubes, aiul of a Small Value Only. i)t" the Liquiil to be (inusred." Cleuu'us Herschel. XVII, 228 (1887). Discussion, XVIII, 133 (1SS8). "Water Power with High Pressures and ;



Dams."

(With Discussion.)

,

Imperial

Valley,

California.

LXXVI,

1507 (1913).

Holland Dikes." (With Discussion.)

WATER-LEVEL RECORDERS. "The Accuracy of 1X1

— and

Indicators of the

WATER-LJ:VEL recorders— (Con'd). Float Type."

J.

C.

Steveus.

LXXXIII,

894 (1919-20).

WATER See

VOWER—iConliuued)

Plants." J. D. Galloway. (With Discussion.) LXXIX, 1000 (1915). "The Differential Surge Tank." Raymond

Johnson.

D.

MAINS.

(With

Discussion.)

LXXVIII, 760 (1915). "The Economic Improvement of the Coosa and Alabama Rivers, in Georgia and Alabama." D. M. Andrews. (With Discus-

PIPE.

WATER METERS. See

WATER

METERS.

L, 363

sion.)

(1903).

"The Guadalajara Electric-Light

WATER

tion,

PIPE. See PIPE.

Utilizing the

Famous

Installa-

Juanacatlfin

Water-Falls, 28 Km. Distant from Guadalajara." Rafael M. de Arozarena.

XXIX,

WATER POWER.

689

(1893).

L.

"The Hydraulic Plant of the Puget Sound Power Company." Edwin H. Warner. LV, 228 (1905). Discussion: William S.

Determining the Economic Size of Pipe for HighPressure Installation." Arthur L. Adams. (With Discussion.) LIX, 173

Adams, and Verne L. Havens, LV, 250. "The Hydro-Electric Development and Transmission Lines of the Canadian Niagara Power Company." A. H. Van

"A

Power

High-Voltage

M. H. GeiTv, Jr. 212

Transmission."

(Witli Discussion.)

Post, Joseph H. CuiHinigUiini, Artliur L.

(1903).

"A Solution

of the

Problem

of





"A

and Compressed Air Transmission Plant for the North Star Mining Company, Grass Valley, Cal." Arthur De

Wint

Poote.

XXXVI,

171 (1896).

(With

DiscHssion.)

"Bibliography on Valuation of Public ties."

(With

Cleve.

(1907).

LXXVI,

Utili-

2133 (1913).

"Black Eagle Falls Dam, Great Montana." Maurice S. Parker.

Falls,

(With

Disiussion.) AaVjI, 50 (ISlJi:). "Calculations of the Mean Horse-Power of a Variable Stream and the Cost of Replacing the Power Lost by a Partial Diversion of the Flow." William H. Grant. XXII, 389 (With Discussion.)

XxVlii. 19 (1893). ert Cartwriglit. "Electrical Transmission from Niagara." Benjamin Rhodes. XIV, 205 (1885).



." "Excavation and Embankment by Edward Bates l)orsey. (\vith Discussion.) XV, 348 (1886). "Experiments on the Humphrey Turbine Water-Wheel, at the Tremont and Suffolk Mills, in Lowell. Mass." James B.

Francis.

XIII. 295 (1884).



"Governing of Under Variable Loads." Discussion.) Parker. (With M. S.

XXXVII,

17

(i897).

"Hydro-Electric Power in Canada." Cecil LXV, 154 (1909). DisB. Smith. cussion H. Holgate, and E. J. Beugler,

LXII,

199

LVIII, 37 (1907).

"The Preservation of the Falls of St. Anthony." F. U. Farquhar. (With DisXII,

cussion.)

(1890).

"Construction of the Power-House of the Kochester Power Company, Adjacent to Genesee Falls, Rochester, N. Y." Rob-

Discussion.)

(1909).

"The Lock 12 Development of the Alabama Power Company, Coosa River, Alabama." LXXVllI, E. L. Sayers and A. O. Polk. 1409 (1915). Discussion: James H. Harlow, R. D. Coombs, Hugh L. Cooper, Heinrich Homberger, H. Birchard Taylor, Spencer Miiler, U". R Mitchell, and Gardner S. WilUams, LXXVIII, 1546. "The Necaxa Plant of the Mexican Light and Power Company." F. S. Pearson and F. O. Blackwell. (With Discussion.)

393

(1883).

"The Pulp Mill of the Cliff Paper Company Wallace C. of Niagara Falls, N. Y." Johnson. XXXII, (With Discussion.) 214 (1894).

"The Relative Merits of Working Hoisting Machinery by Steam, Water and ElecXXIX, tricity." George A. Goodwin. 695 (1893). of the Falls of St. Anthony." (With Discussion.) Joseph P. Frizell. XII, 412 (1883). in the United States. X, 188 (1881). " of the Falls of the Ohio River." Morris S. Belknap. (With Discussion.) II, 201 (1873).

"The



— — "

— with

High Pressures and Wrought-Iron Pipe." Hamilton Smith, Jr. (With Discussion.) XIII, 15 (1884).

Water

:

LXV,

194.

"Notes upon the Construction of a Water System for Placer Mining, and Suggestions for a New Method of Dam Building." Robert Brewster Stanton. (With Discussion.) XXXV, 70 (1896).

Water Laws, with Detailed Statement of the Oregon System of Water Titles." John H. Lewis. (With

"State and National Discussion.)

LXXVI,

637

(1913).

"Storage and Pondage of Water."

Joseph

XXXI, 29 (1894). DiscusP. Frizell. sion, XXXI, 552. "Surges in an Open Canal." R. D. JohnLXXXI, 112 eon. (With Discussion.) (1917).

"The Compensating Works of the Lake SuG. F. Stickperior Power Company." LIV, 346 ney. (With Discussion.) (1905).

"The

Design

of

Hydro-Electric

Power

WATER PRESSURES. "Pressures

Gradual

Norman

in Penstocks Caused by the Closing of Turbine Gates." R. Gibson. (With Discussion.)

LXXXIII,

707

(1919-20).

"Pressures Resulting from Changes of Ve-



Water

locity

of

zell.

(With

(1898). in pipe lines.

in Pipes." Discussion.)

LXXXII,

J.

P.

Fri1

XXXIX,

185 (1918).

WATER-PROOFING. "Experiments for Making Brick Masonry Impervious to Water, Tried on the Avails of the Back Bays of the Gate Houses of the New Croton Reservoir in New York, and on the Brick Arch of High Bridge, in 1863." William L. Dearborn. I, 203 (1872). "Impervious Concrete." An Informal Dis-

WATER-rROOFING— rCo??/iJ?wed).

WATER PURIFICATION.

cussion. LI, R. W. Lesley and others. 114 (1903). Permeability of concrete and methods of LIX, 159 (1907). Permeability tests of concrete. LIX, 127

WATER RAM.



.

(1907).

Prepress reimrt of Snocial Committpp on and Concrete Reinforced Concrete.

LXXVII, 413 (1914). "Some Experiments with Mortars and ConMixed with AsiihaUii- Oils." Arthur Tavlor and Thomas Sanborn. (With

See

"Description of Some Experiments Made on the Providence. R. I., Water-Works, in Pipes." to Ascertain the Force of



Edmund

LXXIV.

2ri.-j

Specifications

(1911

for

road Terminal,

(.



Pennsylvania RailYork. LXIX, 211

.

New

2.38

(1885).

See

WATER.

WATER STORAGE. "Hydraulic PTienomena and the Effect of Spreading of Flood Water in the San Bernardino Basin, Southern California." A. L. Sonderegger. LXXXII, 802 (1918). DiscussiiHi Chnr'oq TT T,oo nnd .Tames :

LXXXII, 826. Flow of Streams, and Storage." Desmond FitzGerald. (With Discussion.) (1892) XXVIT. "Storage and Pondage of Water." .Joseph P. Frizell. XXXI, 29 (1894). Discussion, XXXI, 5.52. "Storage to he Provided in Impounding Reservoirs for Municipal Water Supplv." Allen Hazen. LXXVTT. 1.539 (1914). Discussion: Hiram F. Mills. T. TT. Tavlor,

Hyde

Forbes,

"Rainfall,

(1910).

Tests

XIV,

Weston.

B.

WATER SOFTENING.

cretes

LXXVI. 1094 (1913). Discussion.) "Some of the Properties of Oil-Mixed Portland Cement Mortar and Concrete." Logan Waller Page. (With Discussion.)

WATER.

of

and

felts

fabrics.

LXXIX,

322

2."..'',

(1915).

"The Cause and Prevention

of the

Decay

Thomas Egleston. of Building Stone." (With Discussion.) XV. Ml (1SS(>). of Canvas in Water-Tight Bulkheads." (With Discussion.) M. Meigs. XXXI, 524 (1894). Railroad "The of Solid Steel-Floor Wnjriipr. Snmnel Tobins Bridtres." Discussion: Albert LXXIX, 306 (1915).

"The Use



Himes, William S. Babcock, Jonathan Jones, J. Lee Allen, Glenn B. Woodruff. G. J. Ray. J B. W. Gardiner. Henrv H. Quimby. Ralph J. Lawrence. A. T. Goldbeck. P. Auryansen, J. H. Fichthorn, Edward W. De Knight, Albert H. Rhett. J.

Le Conte. E. P. J. L Tighe. and H. T. Cory. LXXVII. 1641. "The Storage of Flood-Waters for Irritration A Study of the Supply Available F. B. Marsh, L. Gondrif)i. Tnmos

:

from Southern California Streams " A. M. Strong. (With Discussion.) LXXVII. 67 (1914).

A. W. Carpenter, C. T. DeLamere, .John Jervis Vail, Philip B. Walker, and

WATER, WASTE

OF.

Charles Rufus Harte, LXXIX, 336. "Water-Proof Coverings." F. Collingwood.

"A Memoir on Water Meters." .John Thorn soTi XXV. 40 (1891). Discussion, XXV.

nSRO). —IX.at 34S South Boston Terminal. XLIII, 114, 172 (1900). — bridges and viaducts, track elevation.

"An Example of the Tjegitimate Water for Domestic Purposes."

Philadelphia.

LXXVI,

Cooper. LV.

11.^3,

York

Tunnel

Extension

Railroad. — sylvania of the North River

of

LXVIII, Tunnels

XXXVTTT.

XXXTV. cities.

spq.

ous

the New the Penn140 (1910). of the New the Penn197 (1910).

— viaduct

LXXVI,

47,

water 219

In some (1895).

German

United

States

cities.

In TariXXXIV, 186

George W. Citv of Rochester, N. Y." XXVI, 23 Rafter. (With Discussion.) (1892).

"Some Facts

in Relation to Friction.

Waste

and Loss of Water in Mains." Charles (With Discussion.) XIX, 89 B. Brush. (1888)

"The Consumption and Waste of Water Delivered bv Public Works." James H. Harlow.

VT. 107 (1S7T).

"The Consnin'ition of Wnti»r in Municip.i' Supplies and the Restriction of Waste." An Informal Discussion. Emil Kulrhling, Gardner S. Williams, .John C. Trautwinp. Jr.. Rudolph Hering, Desmond FitzGerald, James Owen, D. C. Humphrevs. .7. P. A. Malgnen, J. N. Chester. Oberlin Smith, J. H. Harlow.

6S

(1913).

masonry, terminal structures, New York. Pennsvlvania Railroad,

LXIX,

(1895).

of

(1895),

286, 325, 330 (l9l8).

structures.

185

XXXTV.

"On the Measures for Restricting the Use iind Waste of Water, in Force in the

Stif<(>t

et seq.

(1S97).

Consumption of water per capita

— City, Mo. LXXX. m?, (1916). — permanent shafts. East River Tunnels. Railroad. LXIX. 80 (1910). — Pennsylvania reservoir lining, Portland, Ore. LXXXII, 781 (1918). — the Cherrv Bridge, Toledo. Ohio. 750 (1916). — LXXX, the Queensborough Station arch, etc. LXXXII,

1

Consumption

York Tunnel Extension of sylvania Rni'rond. LXVITT. of Twelfth Street Viaduct, Kansas

— underground

of

"Consumption nnd Wnste of Water." DexDiscussion.) ter Brackett. (With

LXIX, ef

T'^se

K. F. Discussion: F.

.

107, 114 (1910).

— of concrete. LXXXI. 1122. (1917). — of the Bergen Hill Tunnels,

(1905).

.Alexander Potter. V. H. Hewes. M. R. Sherrerd. G. L. Christian, Edwin Durvpfi. .Tr Theodore Be'zner. nnd .Tnmes Ow^'i T,V. -1.34. nnd of water. Consumption waste

(1913). — concrete specimens In sea water. LXXXI. 675, 689. C95. 707 (1917). — Cross-Town Tunnels, Pennsylvania RailLXVIII. 416 (1910). road. — for LXXIV. 317 Detroit River Tunnel. (1911). — Long Island approaches. East River

Tunnels, Pennsvlvania Railroad.

4.30

W. Dalrvmnle.

1906

1900.

1853,

66. .503.

108 (1910).

Its

W.\TER-WORKS— (Coiifi'»i?(efZ).

WATER, WASTP: OF— (Continued). Herscliel, Fred. Brooks, Dexter Brackett, G. L. Christian, Foster CroXLVI, well, and Charles W. Sherman. 407 (1901). Waste and its prevention. V, 111 (1870).

WATER WHEELS. "The

Burden

Whi^-l " 708 (1915).

K.

F.

\^•.•^ter

LXXIX,

Sweeny.

I.

The liurdy surdy wh.el. XII i, 1(5 (1SS4). Joseph P. of America." "The Old-Time XXVIII, (With Discussion.) Frizell.



2.37

(189.3).

TURBINES (WATER).

See also

WATER-WORKS. Determining

"A Method

of

Service

Rate

Public

Utilities."

Reasonable

a

Municipally

for

(With Discussion.) LXXXI, "A Reinforced Concrete Infiltration Well

Plant"

Pumrnnsr

and

LXXV,

Hatch.

Frederick N. Discussion:

697 (1912).

William R. Copeland, and H. F. Dunham, LXXV, 706. "A Study of the Behavior of Rapid Sand Filters Subjected to the High-Velocity Method of Washing." .Toseph W. EUms and J. S. Gettrust. (With Discussion.)

LXXX,

1342 (1916).

"An P'xample ol' the T;^'sritimate Fso Water for Domestic Purposes." K. (With

Cooper.

Discussion.)

IjV,

o<"

F.

430

(1905).

Valuation

on

"Bibliography

LXXVI,

Utilities."

21.33

of

Public

(1913).

"Comparison of Water Su|)ply Systems from lipland .T. n Financial Point of View." (With Discussion.) XXIV, FitzGerald.

247 (1891).

"Construction

Dam. M.

M.

sion.)

Morena

the

of

Rock

Fill Californin."'

San Diego County. (With O'Shaughnessy.

LXXV.

27

mund

,

Weston.

B.

XIV, 23S (188,")) ff Snnic ExperiuiPiits on

the

Water through 2%-Inch Rubber Hose, and Nozzles of Various Forms and Sizes, made on the Providence, R. I., of



the Hoiuht of B. Weston. at Description of LVII, 307 (1906).

.let's

to

mund

of

Wat'T

"

Ed-

XIII, 376 (1884). Washington, D.



1

LVI.

Reports of a General Constructions." Committee and of Six Special Committees of the San Francisco Association of Members of the American Society of Civil LIX, (With Discussion.) Engineers. 208 (1907). B. "The Financial Management of ."



.1.

Discussion: Clinton S. Burns, (1911). Albert I. Frye, Frederick P. Stearns, E. Kuichling. H. F. DTinham, Charles B. Buerger, Halbert P. Gillette, and George

W. Fuller, LXXIII, 3.")6. "The Improved Water and Sewage Works John H. Gregory. of Columbus, Ohio." LXVII, 206 (1910). (With Discussion.) E. Sherof Havana, Cuba." "The New



man

1787

LXXIX,

"The Purification

1268 (1915).

Water Supply of H. James LXVI,

Pennsylvania."

Fuertes.

(With

1,35

W. 130

Discussion.)

(1910). Hill. (1894).

(With Discussion.)

John XXXII,

of Public Service Corpora-

Henrv Earle Riggs. LXXII, 1 (1911). "The Water Supply, Drainage and Sewertion

Propertv."

(With Discussion.)

age of the Lawrenceville School."

Fred-

erick S. Odell. XVI, 66 (1887). "The Water Supply of Parkersburg,

Va."

LXXXI,

William M. Hall. Discussion: John

W.

W. 749

Alexander Potter, George W. Fuller, Nicholas T. KenS. Hill, Jr., Walter E. Spear, nard Thomson, H. F. Dunham, Theodore S. Johnson, Philip Burgess, James H. Fuertes, Morris Knowles, J. D. Stevenson, and Edward Mayo Tolman, (1917).

Sup-

,

"Notes and Suggestions on the Croton

of the

Steelton,

"The Quality of Water Supplies."

(1917).

(1013).

XXXVI,

"The Pumping Plant of the Morenci Water Company." W. L. Du Moulin. (With

.M.



LXXVI.

Gould. (With Discussion.)

217 (1896).

"The Valuation

Ground-Water

Discussion.)

XXXVIII, 1 (1897). "The Going Value of—." Leonard MetLXXIII, 326 calf and .Tohn W. Alvord.

690.

for

(With

Kuichling.

K. Pennink. (Inter Eng Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part D, 169 (1905). Brief description of. York City New r>Mes "

(1!)(i6i

4.-il

"The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake of April ISth, 1906, on Engineering

"Grouting Operations, Catskill Water Supply." .Tames F. Sanborn and M. E. LXXXIII, (With Discussion.) Zipser. 980 (1919-20). "Investigations

Froiiteiiac. Tlioi'":n]d Islands, N. V., Frederic P. Stearns. 26th, 1906.

June

Report of the Special Committee Formulate Principles and Methods for the Valuation of Railroad Property and (With Discusother Public Utilities." 1311

XXXVI,

(1896).

at

to

LXXXI,

Arthur

."

"The Development of Water Supplies and Water-Supply Engineering." Presidential Address at the Annual Convention

"Final

sion.)

(Oregon) —

Discussion.) C.

XVIII,

Discussion.)

"The Astoria City (With Discussion). L. Adams.



XXX,

(1888).

1.30

"Experiences had during the Last TwentyHaving an Underfive Years with ground Sourse of Supiily." B. Salbach. (Traii^'ated from the German bv Clemens Herschel/l XXX, 293 (1893). Discussion,

(With

Pearsons.



Also Results of Investigations Relating



XXIV, 385 (1891). "Storage and Pondage of Water." Joseph I'. Frizell. XXXI. 29 (1894). Disciission, XXXI, 552. ." G W. "Syjihoiis of th'» Kau'i'is Citv Sickels.

(l'.il2i.



Flow

XXI, 483 (1889). of Valves and other ApparCompany atus in Use by the National Kansas City, Mo." Frederick E. at Discussion.)

"Some Details

Discus-

"Description of Some Experiments Made on to Ascertain the the Providence, R. I., EdForce of Water Ram in Pipes." "Df^s'-rii't'o'i

S. Church. Discussion, V, 107 (1876). V, 254: VI, 68 (1877). "On the Distribution of Water in the City of Mexico." L. Salazar XXX. .336 (181)3i. "On the Fresh Water Algte and their Relation to the Purity of Public Water (With Supplies." George W. Rafter.

Owned

Lippincott. 413 (1917).

B.

J.

Benjamin

and Supply, for the Future."

Clemens



LXXXI, 184

788.

Hill,

WATER-WORKS— (Cori/iHwerf).

WATER-WORKS— fro?7h>n/pf/). Water Supply of the El Paso and Southwi'Steni Railway from Carrizozo to Santa Rosa. N. Mex." J. li. Campbell. LXX, 164 (1910). Discussion: G. E. r. Smith, and Kenneth AUen. I.Xa.

"Th(>

Hazlehurst. Allen Hazen, T. H. zie, L. L. Tribus, and Gardner liams,

— and

way.

LXXII, 475

James

I).

(1911). Discussion: Schuyler. David T I'itketh v. Binckley, Vicente Sancedo. S.

George George

— of

LXXII,

— of — of

and

Rudolf

5.57.

Colorado." .Tames D. (With Discussion.) XXXI,

Guantanamo, Cuba." XLVII, 426 (1902).

S.

D.

Rockenbach.

"The

California." Philip E. Harroun. LIV, 235 (1905). Discussion: D. C. Henny, H. F. Dunham, G. W. Tlllson, William Mavo Venable, Horace J. Howe, and G. L. Christian, LIV, Porterville,

270.

— —

"The of Southington. Connecticu t." Theodore H. McKenzie. XV, 885 (1886). of Syracuse. "The Y." William X. R. 23

Hill. (1805).

Underground (1894).

"Valuation of sted. (1897).

(With

water

Discussion.

supply.

— Property."

(With Discussion.)

I

XXXIV.

XXXI,

An Informal Discussion. George W. Fuller, F. Herbert Snow, D. D. Clarke, George A. Soper, William .1. Baldwin, Gardner S. Williams, J. T. Noble Anderson, William B. Fuller, .T. Waldo Smith. Pablo SoUs and Octavio Guzman, S. Bent Russell, M. R. Sherrerd, F. W. Blackford, and George A. .Tohnson. LIX, 367 (1907). Water supply at Narragansett Bay Coaling Station. LVII, 222 (1906). "Water Supply for the Camps. Cantonments, and Other Projects Built by the Construction

Division

Army." LXXXIII. 481

of

Dabnev (1919-20).

the



cussion.

401 (1880). "Effect of

Thomas

land Metropolitan District." IT. T. Cory. LXXX, 1 (1916). Discussion: F. T. Robson, L. J. Le Conte. C. E. Grunsky, William Schuyler Post. M. M. O'Shaughnessy, Allen Hazen. J. D. Galloway, F. G. Baum. E. G. Hopson. O. W. Peterson, Carl J. Rhodin. Clement H. Miller, Rudolph W. Van Norden, Burton Smith.



C.

S.

Burns,

.Tames

upon

Artificial



."

(With Discussion.)

478

llS03i.

:

Sound; and Government Improvements on the Pacific Coast." Bolton W. DeCourcy. (With Discussion.) XXV, 420 (1891).

"Reservoir System of the Great Lakes of the St. Lawrence Basin Its Relation to the Problem of Improving the Navigation of These Bodies of Water and of Their Connecting Channels." Hiram M. (With Discussion.) XL, 355 Chittenden. :

(1898).

"Rolling Dams." K. E. Hilgard. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part

(Inter.

D,

4.39

(1905).

"The Concurrent Development of Traffic on Improved and on Railroads." Edward (Inter. P. North. (With Discussion.)



Eng.

Cong.

1904.)

LIV,

Part

B,

475

(1905).

"The Economic Dimensions for a Waterway from tl;e (Jreaf Lakes to the Atlantic." George Y. Wisner. (With Discussion.)

XLV.

"The Improvement

224 of

(1901).

Three Holland Ship

Canals." I,. F. E. van Hoogpnhuvze and (Inter. Eng. Cong. 19(V4.) J. A. de Lint.

LIV, Part F, 209

(1905).

"The Radical Enlargement of the Artificial Waterway between the Lakes and the XIV, 37 Sweet. Hudson "River." E. (1885). Discussion, XIV, 43, 93.



:

XXX.

Discussion.

E. Sloan, Edwin Duryea. Jr., H. H. Wadsworth, W. C. Hammatt, A. Griffin. J. Horace McFarland, F. C. Herrmann, and Walter Henry Brown, LXXX, 88. Valuation and Fair Kates, in the Light of the Maine Supreme Court Decisions in the Waterville and Brunswick Cases." Leonard Metcalf. LXIV, 1 (1909). Dis-

cussion

Depth

C. Clarke. 1 (1896).

"Inland Navigation in France." A. CharguSraud. (Translated from the French by Foster Crowell.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 235 (1905). "Natural A Review of their Development in the Netherlands." A. B. MarinLIV. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) kelle. Part D, 401 (10()5i. Fuca. of .Tuan de Puget "On the Straits

C.

"

240

"History of the Conversion of the River Clyde into a Navigable Waterway and of the Progress of Glasgow Harbour from its Commencement to the Present Day." James Deas. XXIX. 128 (1893).

Ignited

LXXXIII, 517. Water supply for wharf, etc., at Bocas del Toro, Panama. LXVI, 300 (1910). "Water Supply of the San Francisco-Oak-

XLV.

"Cheap Transportation vs. Rapid Transit and Delivery." Martin Coryell. IX,

H. Maurv. Discussion:

George W. Fuller, P. H. Norcross, Clarence (Joldsmitli. T. Kennard Thomson. W. P. Mason, J. Waldo Smith, E. T. Thurston. K. M. Boorman, W'illiam .T. Boucher, Morris Knowles, H. F. Dunham, George A. Johnson, F. R. Harris, Maurice R. Scharff, Samuel A. Greeley, Ijvnn E. Perry, and Asa E. I'hillips.

.



XXXV,

"Water Supply."

States



Discussion on Inter. Eng. Cong. Papers, 1904. E. L. Corthell. L. A. Huergo, D. and C. Stevenson, and B. F. Thomas. LIV, Part F, 285 (1905). "Artificial in Great Britain." W. Henry Hunter. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, ia3 (1905). "Artificial in the United States." William L. Sibert. (Inter. Eng Cong. 1904.1 LIV, Part F, 255 (1905). "Canals between the Lakes and New York." .loseph Mayer. XLV. 207 (1901). Dis-

135

W'ynkoop KierXXXVIII, 115

Wil-

WATERWAYS. Artificial

Denver.

Schuyler. 135 (1894).

"The

Hammond,

T.

Meyer.

"The

S.

DAMS: ENGINES: FILTRATION: METERS: PIPE: PIPE LINES: RESERVOIRS: SEDIMENTATION: STAND PIPES: TUNNELS: WATER: WATER STORAGE: WATER. WASTE OF: WELLS.

Sewerage of Monterrey, X. I-.. George Robert Graham Con-

Mexico."

McKen-

75.

fiee also

186.

"The

LXIV,

See

also

CANALS; HARBORS: LAKES:

RIVERS.

Nisbet 185

WAVES.

WUATir-ES— (Continued).

"A Theory

of the Water Wave." Morton P. Sanborn. LXXI. 284 (1911). "Littoral Movements of the New Jersey Coast, with Remarks on Beach Protection and .Tetty Reaction." Lewis M. Haupt. (With Discussion). XXIII, 123 (1890).

"On

— of

"Some

Orifice,

Notes

Gfnpr.Tl

Ocean-— and

on

Wave

Force." Theodore Cooper. (With Discussion.) XXXVI, 139 (1896). "The Preservation of Sandy Beaches in the Vicinity of New York City." Elliott Dent. J. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1786 (1916). 'The Proper Profile for Resisting Wave Action." (Abstract.) Robert Fletcher. XXXVI, 514 (1896). " of Translation in Fresh Water." Wm. J. McAlpii'e. I. S.33 OSJIk See also SHORE PROTECTION.



WEIGHTS. "On

A



the Metric System of and Measures." Discussion. Clemens Herschel, JosDavis, Coleman Sellers, .Tulius

eph B.

E ert

"

Theodore O

Hilerard,

Briggs.

— and

355

V,

Measures."

Discussion.)

XI,

Ellis,

and Rob-

(1876).

(With

Fred. Brooks. 408 (1882).

WEIRS. See IRRIGATION: WATER, FLOW OF, IN PIPES WATER, FLOW OF, OVER DAMS AND WEIRS. :

WELtS. "A Reinforced Concrete Infiltration Well and Pumping Plant." Frederick N. (With Discussion.)

Hatch. (1912).

LXXV,

697



Artesian and Artesian flow in San Bernardino Basin, California. LXXXII, 802 (1918).



"Driven of the Plainfield Water Supply System." L. L. Tribus. (With Discussion.)

XXXI,

371

(1894).

"The Use of Cement for Excluding Water from Oil Sands in Drilling ." Paul M. Paine.

LXXVI,



1644

(1913).

"The Water Supply of Parkersburg, W. Va." William M. Hall. (With Discussion.)

LXXXI,

WHALEBACK See

749

J.

STEAMSHIPS. Piers on the Atlantic Seaboard." Greiner. LXXVII, 454 (1914). types of at New York.

E.

CJosts of various Ill, 189 (1874).



"Description of the Iron Coal Pier, Norfolk and Western Railroad Company, at Lambert's P(ftnt, Norfolk, Va., and Some of the Methods Used in it« Construction." W. W. Coe. XXVII, 125 (1802). Discussion, XXVII. 129. "Modern Pier Construction in New York W. S t a n f o r d. Charles Harbor." LXXVII, 503 (1914). Discussion: B. G. Walker, Edwin J. Beugler, Harrison i

S.

522.

F, 13.

"Reinforced Concrete Docks

Foreign and American Structures. Failures. Costs, and General Considerations." Harrison S. Taft. (With Discussion.) LXXVIII, 10i58

:

(1915).

"Reinforced Concrete Pier Construction." Eugene Klapp. LXX, 448 (1910). Discussion William Arthur Payne, LXX. :

455.

"The Improvement of the Water Front the Citv of

Buren, Jr.

New

York."

.John (With Discussion.)

D. Ill,

of

Van 172

(1874).

"The Iron Wharf at Fort Monroe, Va." .John B. Duncklee. XXVII, 115 (1892). Discussion, XXVII. 129. "The Ocean Pier at Coney Island." Charles Macdonald. VIIL 227 (1879). "The Problem of thp Lower We<5t Sidf Manhattan Water-Front of the Port of

New

York."

B. F. Cresson. Jr. LXXV, 226 (1912).

Discussion.)

(With

"The Reinforced Concrete Wharf of the TTnited Fruit Company at Bocas del Tore. Panama." T. Howard Barnes. LXVI, 289 (1910). Discussion: .John Hawkesworth, and John B. Cameron. LXVI, 30.3. LXXVII, Timber versus concrete for



503

.

(1914).

"Unusual Coffer-Dam for 1,000-Foot Pier, New York Citv." Charles W. Staniford. (With Discussion.) LXXXI, 498 (1917). See also

DOCKS.

WHEEL CONCENTRATIONS. Sec WHEEL LOADS. WHEEL LOADS. "A New Graphical Solution

of the Problem, Position a Train of Concentrated in Order to Cause the Greatest Stress in any Given Part of a Bridge Truss or Girder." Henry T.

What

Loads Must Have Eddy.

XXII,

(1890).

2.59

"Live Loads for Railroad Bridges." Henry W. Hodge. (With Discussion.) (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part A, 79 (1905).

(1917).

STEAIVIERS.

WHARVES. "Coal

LXXVII,

Betts,

"Observations on Dock Work In New YorL Harbor." J. A. Bensel. (Inter. Eng. Cong. 1904.) LIV, Part F, 3 (1905). Discussion E. P. Goodrich, LIV, Part :

that Emanate from together with an Examination of the Feasibility of the Proposed Bale Verte Canal." Clemens Herschel. IV, 185 (1875).

Translation

Submerged

a

B. Shertzer, C. H. Stengel, L. D. Cornish, L. J. Le Conte. Chandler Davis. rell

and R. T.

Taft, F. R. Harris, J. P. Snow. Tyr-

"Progress Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Railroad Track." LXXXII, 1191 (1918). "Wheel Concentrations and Fatigue Formulas in Bridge Design." An Informal Discussion. Gustav Lindenthal and others. XLII, 189 (1899).

WHEELS. "Cylindrical

— and

R.iilw.Tvs." 1.33 (1889).

P.

Flat-Topped Rails for Whittpmore. XXI,

.J.

Discussion, XXI, 153. "Proper Relation to Each Other of the Sections of Railway and Ralls." Report of the Committee*. Preliminarv Report, XIX. 1 (1888) Pinal Report, XXI, 223 (1889). "Sections and Mechanical Conditions of Car—." P. H. Griflln. (With Discussion.) XXV, 23 (1891).



;

WOOD FIVE— (Continued).

WHEEJ^S— (Continued)



"The Kelation of to Frog Points and to Guard Kails." Archibald A. Scheuck. (With Discussion.; XXXI, SOU USU4).

WIND.

——

on currents. XL. 86 (ISUS). on tides, etc., Cape Cod Canal. LiXXXll, SO (I'JiSj. "On the Cause oi Trade Winds.'" Franz A. A'elschow. (With Discussion.) XXill, Effect of Klfect of

101

WIND BKACING.

— in

high buildings.

XXXVll,

— in High Buildings." Guy B. Waite. (With Discussion.) XXXlli, lyo ll«yo). " — in High Buildings." Henry H. l^uiniUy. "

(With Discussion.)

XXVli,

Zll

(l«yi:).

WIND PKESSUKK. "An Examination

into the Method of Deterinimng \\ luu i rosouieo. r Comugwood. (With Discussion.) X, 172 (ISSl). "Probable Involved in the \v recii of the High Bridge over tne Mississippi Kiver, on bmith Avenue, &t. Paul, Minn., August 20th, iyU4." C. A. P. Turner. (With Discussion.) DIV, ai (lyOO). " against Bridges." Ashbel Welch. (With .



— Discussion.) iX, 3ai (ISSO). — in bridge design. XXVI, ao (18y2). " — upon Bridges. C. tihaier Suiitn. (With '

Discussion.) X, 139 (ISSl). "\V ind Pressures in the St. Louis Tornado, with Special Keference to tne Necessity of Wind Bracing tor High Buildings." Julius Baier. (With Discussion.) VII, 221 (1897).

X AX

WINDMILLS. Windmill pumps of Holland.

XXVI,

022

(I8y2).

LVIII,

Discussion.)

65

LXXIV,

Discussion.)

411

(1911).

"Modern Practice in W'ood Stave Pipe Design and Suggestions for Standard SpeJ. F. Partridge. LXXXII, Discussion: Hermann von Schrenk, Frank F. Bell, D. C. Henny, Henry P. Rust, F. M. Kobbins, William J. Boucher, J. C. Ralston, O. P. M. Goss, W. H. R. Nimmo, E. A. Moritz, and A. N. Miller, LXXXII, 469.

cifications." (1918).

Old Old

— in — in

ft.

large cities.

New York

wood stave

LXX,

186 (1910).

City. XLI, 62 (1899). pipe. VI, 69 (1877).

"Stave Pipe: Its Economic Design and the Economy of its Use." Arthur L. Adams. (With Discussion.) XLI, 27 (1899). "The Flow of Water in Wood Pipes." Theron A. Noble. (With Discussion.)

XLIX,

112 (1902).

"The W'ater Supply of the El Paso and Southwestern Railway from Carrizozo to

Santa Rosa, N. Mex." (With Discussion.)

L.

J.

Camp-

LXX,

bell.

164

(1910).

— at Astoria, Oregon, Water Works. XXXVI, (1896). — at Denver,15 Colo. XXXI, 135 (1894). ^at Ogden, Utah. XXXVIU, 207 (1897). — of Bear Valley Irrigation Company, Cali-

XXXIII, 112

fornia.

(1890).

PIPE: PIPE LINES.

See also

WORLD WAR. "The 'Light Railways' of the Battle Front in France." Frank G. Jonah. (With Discussion.) LXXXIII, 1220 (1919-20).

WRECKS.

— on

WIB£ KOr£. Tests of—. May, 1895.

XXX VI,

414 (1890).

WOOD. tine

(With

(1907).

433

(IS'JO).

Necessity for

Adams.

Data concerning some existing stave pipe lines. XLI, 43 (1899). •'Experiments on the Flow of Water in Wood Stave Pipes." E. A. Moritz. (With

railroads.

XXVII, 39

(1892).

WROl GHT IRON. "Experiments on the Strength

XIMB£B.

James

of— Struts."

Christie.

XIII, 85 (1884). DisXIII, 267. Relation between tenacity and resistance to torsion. VII, 109 (1878). "Tests of Built-Up Steel and Compression Pieces." Arthur N. Talbot and Herbert F. Moore. (With Discussion.) LXV, 202 (1909). Tests of—. II, 349 (1873); III, 1 (1874). "The Crippling Strength of Columns." C. L. Gates. IX, 407 (1880). "The Effects of Straining Structural Steel and ." Henry S. Prichard. (With Discussion.) LXXX, 1429 (1916). cussion,

WOOD BLOCKS. Preservatives

for—.

LXXXII,

1417,

1402

(1918).

Wood 1410

block

pavements.

LXXXII,

1391,

(1918).



WOOD-BOKEKS.



." Charles H. Snow. Discussion.) XL, 178 (1898). See cdso TEREDO.

"Marine

WOOD



(With



"The Strength

PIPE.

"Additional Information on the Durability of Wooden Stave Pipe." Arthur L.

12T

careu. IX, 61 (1882).

See also



of Columns." G. Bous447 (1880). Discussion, XI,

IRON.

AUTHOR INDEX AliBOT, FREDERIC V. Grouted cut-off for the Estacada Dam. LXXVIII, 511.

How

to build a stone jetty. harlior jetty

Single

XXXVI,

LXXV,

1050.

improvement.

132.

Substructure, Lonesome Valley

XXXIV,

Viaduct.

— United

of the

Mex-

XXXIV,

boundary.

States

ico 279.

"Tequixquiac Tunnel, Valley of Mexico."

XXXII,

171.

HENRY

Hydrology

Panama

LXXVI.

Canal.

ABBOTT, ARTHUR V. A new tvpe of masonry dam. XLIX, 109.

"Report of Progress of the Committee on the Compressive Strength of Cements and the Compression of Mortars and Settlement of Masonry." XV, XVII, 213 (1887) XVIII, 717 (1S86) ;

;

264 (18S8).

Load E.

Line

Telephone

in

XXXII,

changes."

Ex-

74.

LII,

LXV,

water

of

ADENEY, W.

Ill,

170.

E.

LXXVI,

Absorption of oxygen.

ADf;ATE, GEORGE. Memoir of. LXV,

1637.

514.

AFRICA. JAMES Ml RRVV. LXXXIII,

of.

2139.

A(iNEW. Al'Gl STl'S WATEROUS. Memoir of. LXXXI, 1792.

AIMS. piiies.

XLVII,

32:?.

A. A.

LXXX,

200.

VV. A.

LIV,

Cement."

of

WALTON

and

th(>

Part

F,

37,

inspection

of

134, I.

Caisson disease and

its

prevention.

LXV,

32.

400.

"A SolutidU

of the Problem of Determining tlie Economic .Size of Pipe for High- Pressure Water-Power Installations." LIX, 173.

"Additional Information on the Durability of Wooden Stave Pipe." LVIII, 65.

San Francisco earthquake on engineering constructions. LIX, 208,

Effects of

AINSWORTH, n.VNFORTH Memoir

of. LIV, Railroad location.

III

KLHl

T.

522.

XXXI,

95.

ALIJERTSON, CHARLES. graving

Nagasaki

ALDEN, CHARLES Transition curves.

dock.

LVI,

87.

A.

XLVI,

398.

2cS5.

Efficiency

centrifugal

of

pumps.

LVI,

156.

Flow of water in Ogden, T'tah, pipe line. XL, .542. Flow of water in 28 to 42-in. pipes.

XXXVI.

212.

Ilvdranlic power plants.

.Memoir

of.

Power plant 312.

prop-

service

(1875).

engineer work. LVI,

521.

in

public

196.

53.

ADAMS, ARTHUR LINCOLN. A phenomenal land slide. LIII,

245.

122

The

ARTHUR.

."VDAMS.

Flow

LIX,

of.

231.

C.

of

Teredo Navalis, or ship-worm.

"Tests

538.

ABERT, SYLVANUS THAYER. Memoir

LI,

Inter-oceanic canal projects. IX, 59. Report of the Committee "On the Means of Averting Bridge Accidents." IV,

AIKEN,

XXXVI,

of.

The valuation LXXII, erty.

"The Picaza Bridge."

507.

ABBOTT, JOB. Memoir

E. T. Centrifugal pumps and fans.

AGRAMONTE,

ABBOTT. HUNLEY. piles.

ADAMS,

Memoir

L,.

Freezing as an aid to excavation.

Concrete

"The Astoria Works." XXXVI, 1. The valuation of public service propLXXII, 281. erty. Water-works valuation. XXXVIII, 165.

ADAMS, JULIUS W.

L..

of the

9Sr,.

ABBOTT.

of

ADAMS, HENRY

ABBOT. FREDERICK WILLIAM.

"The

Economic Design and its Use." XLI, 27. (Oregon) City Water-

Economy

the

253.

Topography on the survey

ABBOT,

— Its

"Stave Pipe

LXXVII, at

\A'. 1831.

Ogden, Utah.

254.

XXXVIII,

ALDEN. JOHN FEKRIS. Memoir

of.

.\LDRICH,

J.

LXXXI,

1674.

FH.VNK.

Physical valuation of railroads. 227.

.M.DKK

ir.

.Memoir

.I.WIK.S rOI.WF.LI.. of,

X

I.V,

617.

LXWII.

ALDRIOH, WIL.r.IAM Flow

water in

of

LXXX,

Prevention

S.

channels.

irrigation

1G83.

ALEXANDER,

B.

8.

Ledge

"Minot's

Lighthouse."

"VIII,

83.

LXXXIII,

of.

2414.

AEEATRE, ALEXANDER. "The Failure and Righting Bushel Grain

ALLAN,

LXXX,

799.

ma."

Oklaho-

in

LI, 424.

ALLANSON-WINN,

R. G,

Improvement

and

Protection

of

Foreshores by the Utilization of Tidal

and Wave Action."

ALLARDT, Single

L,

improvement.

harbor

.1etty

125.

LXVII,

ALLEN, CHARES

T.

canal

IX,

projects.

External

railroad

bridge

239.

Agreements for LXVII. 520.

contracts.

building

for

Borings

Obtaining

Pressure."

II.

by

33.

271.

II,

walter

hinds. LXXV,

education.

1118.

ALLISON,

97.

J. O.

floors.

ALVORD, JOHN W. "Fundamental Principles of Public Utility Valuation." LXXIX, 117. Sowerafre disposal. LIV, Part E. 242:

P. in topographical survey-

40.5.

also.

perties 315.

runoff.

near

Scranton,

Pa.

AMBROSE, W.

411.

corrosion

of

cast-iron

Investigations of fuels.

LXX,

rates of rainfall.

126.

Affecting

Utility Pro-

Their

Valuation

C.

"The Use of Asphaltum Walls." XXIV, 223.

pipe. 1919.

AMES, THALES "Ammunition

300.

LIV,

as

and Fair Return." LXXVII, 788. "The Going Value of Water-Works." LXXIII, 326.

1165.

Dam,

LVII.

"The Depreciation of Public

LXXVIII, 863. Gr«und-water in sewers. LXXVI, High masonry dams. XXXIV. .512.

Maximum

150.

reservoirs.

"Control of the Colorado River as Related to the Protection of Imperial Valley." LXXXI, 297,.

Concrete tunnel lining. XXXI. Determination of storm-water

XXXII,

underground

ALLEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Memoir of. LXXX, 2244.

2141.

342.

LXXVIII,

of

.ALLEN. WILLIAM .ALBERT. Memoir of. XXXVI. 539.

ALLEN, KENNETH

Dunning's

LXXIV.

XXXVIII,

Anthony.

LEK

XI,

421.

Engineering St.

100.

Rapid methods

Engels. Fiilscher.

ALLEN, LESLIE H.

at/Ten.

LXXXIII,

ALLEN, JAMES

H. J.

8.

ALLEN, HORATIO.

Water-nroofing

by by

.36.

Direct

ALLEN, HERMON CHARLES.

ing.

paper

of

Water-works pumping engines.

boats."

XVIII,

Preservation of the Falls of XII, 407.

J.

paper

of

202.

"Apparatus

A.

ALLEN, CHARLES

LXXIX,

XXIX,

Early history of railways. II, 60. "Iron Hulls' for Western River Steam-

"Sewage Disposal."

Ill,

Translation

ALLEN, THEODORE.

130.

Inter-ocpnnic

228.

2099.

LXXVIII,

C. M. Modern hydraulic turbinos. LXVI. 3.54. Use and care of the current meter. LXVI,

of.

LXXVI,

Water-works valuation.

ALLEN,

ALLEN,

XXXIV,

Topographic surveys. XXX. 612. Topography on the survev of the Mexico United States boundary. XXXIV,

Yield

FRANK.

Cylindrical wheels and flat topped rails for railways. XXI. 189. Inspection and maintenance of railway structures. XVII, 307.

Memoir

Ore.

The sewer system of San Francisco. LXV, 400. Theory and practice of special assesments. XXXVIII. 407. Tidal phenomena in New York Harbor.

XXX. expedients.

52.

C.

113. purifi-

LXXVIII. 1330. "The Clarification of Sewage by Fine Screens." LXXVIII. 880. The separate eewer system without auto-

Translation

engineering

Precarious

the

for

XLIV,

Stadia topographic surveys.

280.

ALLEN, ANDREWS.

Rails.

Army.

U. S.

186.

359.



66.

G. F.

XXXVI,

ALLEN,

LXXXIII,

matic flush tanks. A. G.

"Some Railway Construction

"The

Million-

of a

Elevator."

breeding.

776.

Stream contamination and sewage cation. XLII, 169. Submerged pipe work, Portland,

ALEXAXDKR, EDWARD PORTER. Memoir

mosquito

of

LXXVI,

Railroad location. XXXI. 107. Railroad water supply. LXX, Sewage and wastes disposal

181.

B, 283. 180

in

Building Sea

L. for

Cannon."

LIV,

Part

AM3IANN, Kevision Bridge.

LXXXlll,

LXXXII,

Arch

Railway Hell

Arch.

Ciate

1100.

"The Hell Gate Arch Bridge and Approaches of the New iork Couuectiog Kailroad Over the Kast Kiver in

LXXXII,

York City."

New

85::.

ANDEKSON, GEOKGE GRAY. Irrigation. XVI, 108; also, LXII, 1, 53. "Thti Effect of Alkali on Concrete."

LXVII,

572.

ANDEKSON,

J.

NOBLE.

T.

Memoir

of.

LXXXIII,

2353.

2000.

meaauremeuts,

Stress

ANNEAR, EDGAR HAROLD.

O. H. of Niagara

railways. LIX, 334. surge-tank problems. Penstock and L.XX1X, 288. Pressures in penstocks. LXXXIII, 7G4.

ANSLEY. GEORGE

D,

Construction and maintenance of roads. VIII,

339.

ANSON. WILLIAM FREDERICK ALFRED. Memoir of. LXXXI, 1794. .ANTHONY, CHARLES

Jr.

"Automatic Modules for Regulating the Speed of Filtration." LI, 136. "Liberation of Air in Siphons." LIX, 63.

Electric

Water

HX,

supplies.

38a.

Availability of the canons of the Colorado for railway purposes. XXVI, 34y. Controverted questions in road construction.

XXVlil,

Arch.

Single Drainage."

yi.

erection

XXIU,

"The

of

the

Oakley

of

House

liy.

System

Trap

XXV,

iNDREWS, CARL,

C. J.

"On Cranes XV, 369.

as Labor-Saving Machines."

APPLETON, NATHAN.

ANDEKSON, LAXUAM.

Designing and

APPLEBY,

o\H.

IX, 36.

Inter-oceanic canal projects.

APPLETON, THOMAS. Memoir

of.

LXXXI,

1676.

ARANGO, RICARDO MANUEL. Memoir

of.

LXXVII,

1S41.

.ARCHBALD, JAMES. Memoir

B.

Nomographic solutions for formulas. LXXVlll, 1382. The hydraulic jump. LXXX, 37-1.

of.

LXXII,

586.

"Report of the Committee on the Proper Relation to Each Other of the Sections of Railway Wheels and Rails." Preliminary Report, XIX, 1 (1888) Final Report, XXI, 223 (1889). ;

ANDREWS, DANIEL MARSHALL. Improvement of rivers. XLIX, 323 Memoir of. LXXXII, 1669. 'The Economic Improvement of the Coosa and Alabama Rivers, in Georgia and Alabama." L, 363.

ARCHBOLD, W.

K. Catenary trolley construction. LXII, 185. Overhead construction for electric traction

LX,

or transmission.

547.

.ARCHER,

EDWARD

R. OREWS, onstruction and maintenance of roads. VIII, 348.

"Report of the Committee on the I'reservatiou of Timber." Preliminary Report, XI, 325, 360 (1882) (1885).

;

Final Report,

Influence

of

XXXVII,

rails 113.

Invar (nickel-steel) tapes. LX, 245. Pavements. LIX, 346. Review of mathematical tables. LXXXII, 759.

Separate versus general contracts. XLIX, 12.

Spirit leveling. XXXIX, 407. Street grades and cross-sections.

XLII,

22.

The marking

XLVIII,

XXXII,

of street lines.

of

XXXVII,

ANNAN, "Street

rails 102.

69.

on street

pavements.

C. L.

Sprinkling

LXXVI,

77.

in

St.

Dock.

Jr.

Standard levee sections.

XXXIX,

215.

ARCHER, W.

I'mmI,

LXXVI,

999.

ARCHER, WILLIAM. Memoir

of.

LXXXIII,

2143.

PETER

SUTIIER. Bridge substructure and foundations Nova Scotia.' XXX, 574. Memoir of. LXXVI, 2199.

.ARCHIB.ALD.

ARMSTRONG, ALEXANDER

In

F.

Road construction and maintenance: Pre-

127.

.\NGERER, VICTOR. Iniiueuce

ARCHER, STEVENSON,

Circular I'lpes."

396.

on street pavements.

Surveying instruments.

Graving

LXXVI, 197L

H. "Experimental Determination of Loss of to Sudden Enlargement In Due Head

XIV, 247

ANDREWS, HORACE. A concrete sewer. XXIV,

Dam

A. R. Fremantle for

Minn."

liminary Investigations. LXXIII, 10. Road construction and maintenance: The use of bituminous materials by penetration methods. LXXIII, 89. Road construction and maintenance: Use of bituminous material in penetration and mixing methods. LXXV, 677.

ARMSTRONG, JAMES W. Washing rapid sand

filters.

LXXX,

1423.

ABNODIN,

LXIII,

LXXXI,

of.

Design

"The Guadalajara Electric-Light

Instal-

Famous JuanacatIfln AVater-Falls, 28 Km. Distant from Guadalajara." XXIX, 689, lation, Utilizing the

LXXVII,

of.

concrete

of

LXXVII,

bridges.

Erection of arch bridges. LXI, 275. Notes on tunnel lining. LXXXIII, 1875. Railroad bridge accidents. XLV, 451. '''^^~

BABB, CYRUS

C.

Black Eagle Falls Dam, Great Falls, Montana. XXVII, 07. Floods and Hood prevention. LXXXI,

ARTHUR. HOWARD ELMER. Memiir

44.

721.

DE

M.

XXVIII,

AYLETT, PHILIP.

1679.

AKOZARENA, RAFAEL

A.

Combination bridges.

3G6.

AKXOLD, WILLIAM HARRY. Memoir

WM.

.\YCRIGG,

F.

Nickel steel for bridges.

1843.

1245.

ARTHUR, WILLIAM. "An Automatic

Steam Engines."

II, 81.

ARTINGSTALL, SAMUEL Painting

G. structures.

iron

of

XXXIII,

537.

L. R. Trafflcway

LXXX,

Kansas

viaduct,

Mo.

City,

563.

H. T. Ordnance. LIV,

Part B,

LXXX

of.

XXXVI,

of.

ASSERSON,

598.

LXXIV,

581.

2145.

130.

LXXI,

barrier.

231.

LXXXI,

280.

S.

"Averaging Machine." XI, "Exponent of the Princiiile

121.

of

Moments."

X, 135.

AURYANSEN,

F.

Water-proofing

LXXIX, AI

S,

railroad

bridge

floors.

356.

GUNVALD. design

of

buildings.

LIV,

435.

AUSTIN,

LXXVI,

of

XXVIII,

construction

camps.

XLIV,

E. H.

S.

and

Strength roofing

weathering

XXXII,

slates.

qualities

of

54.:.

B.4ILEY, GEORtiE IRVIXi. Albany Filtration Plant. XLIII, 296. Lawrence, Mass., Filter. XLVI, 320. Memoir of. LXI, 550.

B.\IRD, HOWARD C. Tornadoes and wind

XXXVII,

bracing for

Jr.

high

290.

BAKENHUS,

R. E. "Tests of Concrete Specimens Water, at Boston Navy Yard."

BAKER.

Sir

in

Sea

LXXXI,

IVEN.f.VMIN.

Manufacture

F. L. 143.

1671.

BAIER, JULIUS. "Wind Pressures

Continuous superstructure of the Mem-

514.

Ninetv-sixth

110.

LXXXII,

of.

phis Bridge.

AVERILL,

47.

645.

W.

F.

Sanitation

LXXXI,

BACOT, WILLIAM SINCLAIR.

buildings.

Structural

(Translated from the LIV, Part

I'aul A. Seurot.)

55.

B.MLY, TH03IAS CHALKLEY JAMES, Memoir of. LXXVI, 2201.

XIII, 447.

friction.

F,

BAILEY,

LXXVI,

The Yuba River debris Yale Bowl.

floors.

in the St. Louis Tornado, with Special Reference to the Necessity of Wind Bracing for High Buildings." XXXVII, 221.

C.

Movable weir dams.

AUCHINCLOSS, W.

bridge

S.

railroad

339.

French by

tion.

2252.

LXXXIII,

of.

ATWOOD, THOMAS

Journal

Water-proofing

Memoir

ATWOOD, JOHN ARIEL. Memoir

BABCOCK, WILLIAM

Controverted questions in road construc-

492.

LXXVI,

of.

water-

BACON, GEORGE M. XLI,

wood.

ATTERBURY, CHARLES DE LA PLANE. Memoir

artificial

36.

Designing an earth dam. vs.

ATKINSON, JOHN BOND. of.

upon

XXXV,

"Tests of Steel."

P. C.

— stone

Dry docks

J.

depth

of

Effect

B.ACLE, L.

2144.

1 1 1,

ASPINWALL, WILLIAM HOWLAXD.

Memoir

BABCOCK, W.

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IJACHE, ALE.XANDER DALLAS. Memoir of. XXXVI, 522.

391.

ASPINWALL, THOiMAS.

Memoir

"The Hydrography sin." XXVII, 21.

LXXIX,

ASHTON,

XXVIII,

River-Flow."

323.

ways.

ASH,

Memoir

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or Governor Cut-off for

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cement.

XXX,

and

XXX,

561.

testing

of

Portland

003.

Niagara Cantilever Bridge.

XIV,

571.



BAMFORD, WILLIAM BROKAW.

HOLLAND WILLIAMS.

B.VKEK, Memoir

LXXXIII,

of.

".Agreements

2147.

LXVII,

B.^KER, IR.V

Appraisal

O.

Counterstresses in bridges. XLII, 555. Maintenance of macadam and other roads. LXI, 472. The manufacture of brick. XVIII, 308. Theory of concrete. XLII, 132.

Il.VKER,

J. T.

Merrimack Manufacturing ComChimney, at Lowell, Mass."

"The

pany's

XIV,

175.

N. Disposal of municipal refuse.

LIV,

I'art

E, 326.

Sanitary

disposal of refuse.

Sewage

L,

141. 20S.

LIV, Part E,

disposal.

XXX,

G19.

B.AKER, W.

S. G. Cylindrical wheels and flat topped rails for railways. XXI, 1(52. Proper relation to each other of (lie sections of railway wheels and rails.

XXI,

249.

Uses in Electrical EnX.XIX, C80.

"Carbon and

its

gineering."

B.VRBER,

F. M.

A.

:

LXXXIII,

Railroad Track."

struc-

328.

F. A.

Sewage disposal. LIV, Part E, 253. Washing rapid sand filters. LXXX, 1411.

J.

O

Availability of the caiions of the Colorado for railway purposes. XXVI, 349.

Railroad location.

XXXI,

B.YRNARD. EDW.AKD LIV,

"Surveying."

B.ARNARD, JOHN

103.

<'.

I'art

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419.

F.

XXV.

111.

LXVII,

BARNARD, JOHN

O. "Experiments on the Front or Shield of the Experimental Casemate at Fort

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Ill,

53.

of the mouth of the MissisV. 280. "Lighthouse Engineering as Displayed at

Improvement

1409.

sippi

HENRY FrRLONG.

of.

in

XVI,

S.

Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses In Railroad Track." LXXXII, 1191. "Sccund I'rogross Ivepuri; of the Spei'ial Committee to Report on Stresses in

B.ALDWIN.

use

Its Properties of steel tures and heavy guns.

Excessive rainfalls.

"Progress

Memoir

B.YRBER, CL.YRENCE M.

H.YRLOW, LVIII,

71.

BALDWIN,

properties.

service

844.

H. Tunnel Extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The Sunnyside Yard." LXIX, 1.'52.

BAKER, SHIRLEY. Durability of wooden stave pipe.

Contracts."

BARKER, LOUIS "The New York

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public

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LXXV,

B.YRBOUR,

BAKER, M.

Building

for

438.

Exhibition." VIII. 55. the Causes of Fall of the to the South Street Bridge. Philadelphia." IX. 319. Ill, Flexure." "Resistance of Beams to 123; IV, 283. "The Delta of the Mississipjii. Considered the

021.

River.

Centennial

"Remarks on

B.ALDWIN, W. H, Dunning's Dam, XXXII,

Western Arched Approach

near

Sc'raiitctn,

I'a.

410.

BALDWIN, WARD. Loadings

railway

for

XXX,

bridges.

515.

Preservation of railway ti(!s. XLV, 541, Railway bridge designing. XXVI, 25t(. "Stresses in Railway Pridges on Curves."

XXV,

459.

Train loadings for bridges.

IJALDWIN, WILLIA.M I01e<'tricif V

n.ads.

vts.

XLII,

.\X.\1,

193.

Relation to an '((pen K^Vi-r Month.'

brancli

for

B.ARNES, D.AVID

L. "Distinctive Features and .Vdvanlages ()f American Locomotive Practiee," XXIX, .385.

disposal of refuse. heating. .XXIV, lis. "Tests of CoiKlensation in

I/,

XXXI.

211.

LXXV,

157.

i-:iil

382.

Sanitary

"

IV, 104.

.Memoir of. XLI. OlS. Train loadings for liridges.

J.

steam

in

131.

B.ARNES, JAMES. Memoir of. XXXVI,

.".lo.

.--Irani

Radiators." XXXII, Water supplies. LIX,

of

under

water

Intii

34. 388.

B.VLDWIN-WISEMAN, W. Action

Cast

B.ARNES. M. Design

dams.

L.X.X.X,

relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails. 249.

B.

Sanitary disposal of refuse. I

dnins,

Proper

XXI,

CHARLES

masonry

of

K.ARNES. OLIA'ER W.

R.

465.

IJ.ALL,

O.

.\LL. ERNEST STEARNS. .Memoir of. I, XVI, .'>!().

L, 133.

B.ARNES. T. HOW.XRD. "The Ucinforcfd Concrete Wharf liiited

Toro,

Fruit

Company

I'anania."

LXVI,

at 287.

of the del

Bocas

BARNKY. W.

BARRETT, Electric

BAUM,

J,

Reinforced 1U3.

concrete

LXXVIII,

docks.

XXVI,

LVI,

of.

Size of high-pressure

LIX,

Jr.

477.

land

XXXVII,

BABROWS,

sulmrhaii

for

pipe.

San Francisco-Oak-

Metropolitan

BAYLEY,

183.

flood

of the

LXXX,

District.

142.

W. R.

G.

as a System for Reclaiming Lowlands." V, 115, 311. "Teredo Navalis, or Ship-Worm." Ill,

"Levees,

H. K.

and

Floods

power

motive

traffic.

water-power

193.

Water supply

BABBINGTON, EDWABD. Electric

:

57.

438.

BABBIGER. JOHN WALKER, Memoir

"Cost plus" and other forma. LXXXIII, 82L Necaxa light and power plant. LVIII,

J. P.

ligliting.

F. G.

Contracts

LXXXI,

prevention.

155.

1282.

Highway

construction.

LIV,

Part

BAZIN, HENRY. Flow of water in

F,

176.

Rainfall and stream flow. LIX, 499. Surveying. LIV, Part B, 459. Use and care of the current meter.

LXVI,

A.

LVI,

BEARD,

F.

for the Solution of Stresses in the Continuous Girder, as

Draw-Bridges."

E. J.

Railroad location.

BEABDSLEY,

XLVIII,

72.

Dams

on

BEATTY,

"Railroads

in the Republic of Mexico in 1893." (Translated from the Spanish by Foster Crowell.) XXIX, 357.

P. A.

BEATY,

Dam

Cheesman

and

R. E. construction and maintenance: Factors limiting the selection of ma-

Road

Reservoir.

LII, 137.

and

terials

BAS.SETT. C.ABBOL PH. "Inland Sewage Disposal, with Special Reference to the East Orange, N.

XXV,

BECHMANN,

J.,

J. B. Floating dry docks. LVIII, 152. Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX, 326.

Part D,

traf324.

Cylindrical wheels and flat topped rails for railways. XXI, 193. Grand River Bridge reconstruction.

XXXVI, of

356.

iron

railroad

bridges.

XX,

XXXIV,

pared.

"Pine Stringers and Floor-Beams for Bridges." XXIII, 261. Presidential Address at the 41st Annual Convention, Itrettoii Woods. New Hampshire, July 6th, 1909. LXIV, 567. Strength of wrought -iron struts and of structural steel in the form of and struts. XIII, 267.

Memoir

I>.

1889.

LIV, Part B,

railroads

com-

555.

XX,

233.

relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails.

XXI,

247.

Properties of steel: Its use in structures and heavy guns. XVI, 361. "Reconstruction and Enlargement of Cork Run Tunnel on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway, 1870-

608.

A.

"Surveying."

XXXVII,

Proper

beams

LXVII,

and American XV. 745. of.

Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at Seabright, N. J., June 21st,

BATES, PHILO H. Effect of alkali on concrete.

195.

128.

English

312.

BAUEB,

LIV, Part E,

M. J. Cause and prevention of decay of building stone. XV, 70.5. Cylindrical wheels and flat topped rails for railways. XXI. 1.54. Designing and erection of the Oakley Arch. XXIII, 188. Destruction of rails by excessive weights.

BATES, ONWARD.

Life

M.

BECKER,

ISO.

XXV,

highway

183, 255.

Fuller.)

XXXVII,

fic.

in

1144.

"Sewage Disposal in_ France." (Translated from the French by George W.

C. J.

Right of way tor railroads.

methods

LXXVII,

"Purification of Water for Domestic Use (Translated from French Practice." LIV, the French bv Allen Hazen.)

125.

power for suburban

of

construction.

BATEBDEN,

Electric motive

LXXIII,

"Construction of a High-Service Reservoir at Baltimore, Md." LXXVI, 92.

BASSELL, BUBB.

BATES,

LII, 505.

R. C. sand foundations.

203.

B.4SAVE, E. PRIETO.

Works."

of work.

131.

"The Main Relief Sewer of Brooklyn." XXVI, 484, 509; XXVII, 97.

"A Graphical Method

Lake

244.

349.

The engineer and the inspection

312.

BARTON, GEOBGE to

XLVII,

BE AH AN, WILTABD.

Design of tunnel approaches. LXIX, 396. Investigations of mine accidents. LXX,

Applied

LIX,

Pavements.

108.

BABTOCCINI,

pipes.

BEACH, LANSING H.

73."

399.

134

VI,

1.

BECKER.



East

{Continued). J. of wheels to frog

M.

Relation

XXXI,

to guard rails. "Eeport of the Committee on the Cause of the Failure of the South Fork Dam."

XXIV. 4S1 (l.snii. "The Incline Plane Railroad at MadiIts History and Operation." son, Ind. VII,

LVIII, 373.

Railroad

XXXI,

location.

Action of frost on cement and cement mortar. LXTV, 3.50. Dumbarton Bridge construction. LXXVI,

and Rosendale Cements."

II,

171.

1621.

Concrete and

932.

concrete-steel.

LIV,

Part

Grouting operations. LXXXIII, 1078. Harlem Ship Canal Bridge. LXVII, Impervious concrete. LI, 130.

E, 583.

BECKWITH, LEONARD "B6ton-Coignet, I,

F.

Improvement of

"Report of the Committee on a Uniform System for Tests of Cement." XIV,

tion.

364.

LXIV,

BELCHER, W.

BELKN.^P, MORRIS "Water-Power River."

steel.

LXXVII,

BELKNAP, W.

E. R.

improvement.

386.

BENNETT, CHARLES

LXXXIII,

BELL. ANDREW. Memoir of. LXXVI, BELL, FRANK F. Wood stave pipe

LXX,

LXXXI, ployment

LXXXII,

LXIII,

302.

XLIV,

499.

231.

BELL,

BENTHA3I, Revision Bridge.

BELL, VICTOR HUGO. LXXXIII,

Friction,

mains.

Graving

C.

of

Dock.

waste

XIX.

I'urificatioii

tration.

1972.

135

of

Railway

Niagara

LXXXIII, and

.Vrcli

2002.

BENZENBERG, GEORGE

2415.

BELLAMY, HERBERT E. Dam for Fremantlc

of.

Civil

"New Transfer

Pl'RDON. LXXIV. 496.

Sir LOWTIII.XN. Recent practice in rails.

Compensation

and

of,

Engineers." LXXXI, 1207. Bridge, Harsimus Cove, Jersey City, N. J." XIX, 309. "Observations on Dock Work in New York Harbor." LIV, Part F, 3. "Removal of Rock 40 Ft. below Surface of Water, North River, N. Y." XXXII,

470.

HENRY

of.

1218.

"Final Report of the Special Committee to Investigate the Conditions of Em-

BELL, (JKORGE .lOSEPII. Memoir of. LXXIV, 495. of.

464.

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Floods and Flood Prevention."

2203.

Nickel steel for bridges.

566.

A. "Address at the 42d Annual Convention, Illinois, June 21st, 1910." Chicago,

2149.

design.

LXXV,

Bituminous surfaces.

BENSEL, JOHN

BELL, ALONZO CLARENCE. of.

J.

Road construction and maintenance: Engineering organizations for highway work. LXXVII, 1092. Road construction and maintenance:

BELKN.AP, WILLI.4M RICHARDSON. Memoir of. LXXIX, 1494.

LXXVI,

270.

"Application of the Theory of Continuous Girders to Economy in Bridge Building." V, 147. 224. "Historical Sketch of the Successive Improvements in Suspension Bridges to the Present Time." I, 27.

Ohio

Effect of alkali on concrete. LXVII, 612. Elevated railroads. XXXVII, 402. Portland cement concrete. XXXVIl. 524. Transverse strength of beams as a direct function of the tensile and crushing stresses of material. XXXV, 499.

Memoir

Arch

BENDER, CHARLES. S.

of the Falls of the

Brooklyn Elevated R.

Memoir

111.

979.

261.

II,

L, 317.

Bridge. LXXXIII, 2004. Sand-blast cleaning of steel. L, 281. The bonding of new to old concrete.

BEGG.

LXXVII,

27.

312. 442.

Repairing bridge piers. LXXIX, Niagara Railway Revision of

475 (1885).

R. B. H. Rainfall and run-off.

XLIX,

rivers.

Legitimate use of water. LV. Overloaded bridges. LVII, 262. Preservation of materials of construc-

and

Fabrication

Its

93.

E. Painting structural

LXXV,

Faults in the theory of flexure.

BECKWITH, FRAXK.

BELL,

L. F.

BELZNT:R, THEODORE.

100.

the Composition of Ancient Cements

Memoir

328. 649.

Fatigue of cement products. LI, 447. Nagasaki graving dock. LVI, 89. The naval floating dock its advantages, design, and construction. LX, 110.

BECKWITH, ARTHUR.

XXXII,

LXXXIII,

;

E. H. Grading contracts.

Uses."

Dam.

Creek

LXXVII, 638. Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX, Stream administration. LXXVIII,

Flood nows.

BELLINGER,

68.

BECKLER,

"On

Canyon

612.

and

points

518.

H.

loss

of

walvr

in

106.

sewage and water by

XXX,

706.

fil-

BENZENBERO, GEORGE H.— (Continued) "The Engiueer as

LXXVII,

Translation

XXIX,

LXX,

Yard DipperThree 15-Cubic Dredges, Gamboa, Paraiso, and Casadas, as Supplied and Used on the Panama Canal." LXXXII, 515.

Memoir

XXXVI,

State

Effects



BIENENFELD, BERNARD. San Francisco earthquake on engineering constructions. LIX, 285. Pavements. LIX, 361.

Effects of

G.

BIETTE,

XXXV,

PouTidations for heavy buildings.

A. M. San Francisco earthquake on constructions. LIX, 284.

of

engineering

strength, resilience, tests and XXII, 128. specifications. relative effects of frost and the sulphate of soda tests on building stones. XXXIII, 247.

WALTER

LXXVI,

and national water laws.

BIENENFELD,

594.

The

BERG,

401.

694.

DeCOPFET.

Cast iron

LXXI,

of.

BIEN, MORRIS.

BERESFORD, FRANK. of.

102.

BIDDEE, WILLIAM FOSTER.

"The

E.

Franzius.

L.

Questions in reinforced concrete design.

367, 711.

Memoir

by

paper

of

173.

BEYER, AEBIN H.

BERDEAU, RAY W.

BERG,

Harbor.

524.

BEYER, AI.BERT.

The manufacture of brick. XVIII, 305. "The Sewerage System of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee River Flushing Works."

XXX,

New York

Pier construction in

Professional Man." at the Annual Convention in the City of Mexico, July LVIII, 515. 8th, 1907. a

Address

Presidential

L.

"Underground Railways The Metropolitan System of Paris." Translated from :

470.

Marine wood-borers. Railroad

XIj, 210. differentials.

freight

201.

The strength

of

masonry

Three-hinged

XXXV,

pillars.

77.

BILYEU, CHARLES

BERGEN, VAN BRUNT. Memoir

of.

LXXXII,

299.

BIGELOAV, EDWARD MANNING. Memoir of. LXXXI, 1681.

411.

XL,

arches.

LIV, Part F,

the French.)

XLVI,

S.

Tests of concrete in sea water.

1672.

LXXXI,

684.

BERGENDAHE, G. S. Concrete and reinforced LXXXII,

BINCKLEY. GEORGE SYDNEY.

concrete.

1551.

highway

LXXII,

XXXI,

bridges.

Steel

1786.

cement.

and

sewerage.

slabs.

LXXVII,

561.

in

stresses

flat

1411.

469.

XXXVII, LXXXIII, 2355.

Elevated railroads.

Memoir Rivet

Portland

water-works

Monterrev

Bridge experiments with moving trainloads. XLI, 454. Concrete-iron

LXXXIII,

Hydraulic-fill dams. Long-time tests of LXXVI, 1039

BERGER, BERNT.

of.

spacing,

XLV,

in

etc.,

"Suggested Changes and Extension of the United States Weather Bureau Service in California: Report of a Committee of the Southern California Association of Members." LXXXI, 161.

421.

plate

girders.

569.

BERGER, Spirit

C. li. leveling.

BERNHARD, National

J.

External

H. qiiestion

of

to-day.

the

United

railroads

LXXIX,

in

945.

BERRTAN, RICHARD MIEFORD. Memoir

of.

LXII,

550.

E. E. Naval architecture.

LIV, Part D,

B. and wastes disposal for the U.

LXXVII,

LXXXII,

New York

XXIX,

in

Canada.

326.

1384.

Construction." LXVI, 429. construction and maintenance Surface treatment with tars, heavy oils,

Road

.1.

power

W.

"Progress Report of Special Committee on Bituminovis Materials for Road

Harbor.

549.

Hvdro-electric

C.

pr -ssures

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Road Construction and on Standards for Their Test and Use."

S.

BETTS,

BEUGLER, EBWIN

pipe.

BTSHOP, HITBEKT K.

364.

R. T. Pier construction in

cast-iron

LX. 25 and bracing. Memoir of. LXVI, 509. "The Design of Elevated Tanks and Stand-Pipes." LXIV, 526. Earth

Wales."

117.

BESSEEIEVRE, ED3IUND LXXXIII,

of

869.

BIRRELL. THOMAS FLETCHER. "The Railwav Svstem of New South

BERTIN,

Sewage Army.

J. E. corrosion

BIRCH-NORD,

958.

and

States.

BINNIE, W.

391.

LXXVIII,

railroad

LXXXIII. Rivers

XXXIX,

LXV,

etc.

199.

136

LXXIII,

70.

HUBERT

BISHOP,

BLACKWBLL, CHARLES.

n..— (Contimied).

Road

construction and maintenance: Systems of maintenance. LXXIII, 25. Road construction and maintenance: The

use of water, calcium chloride, light LXXIIL etc., as dust palliatiros.

oils, 41.

BISHOP,

LYMAN

Location

Uniform

in

XLI,

of.

LXXXII,

LXV,

concrete.

131.

"The Maximum Weights of Slow Freight Trains." LXIV, 303. "The Traction of Freight Trains at Different Speeds." LXVI, 58.

BISSELL, H.

1.

BL.'VCK. WILLIAM MURRAY. Coffer-dam for 1000-foot pier.

LXXXI,

509.

XLVI,

Coos Bav Harbor Improvement. 520.

Cost keeping. LXIV, 430. Elevated tanks and stand-pipes.

LXIV,

539.

Improvement of rivers. XXX, 493. Improvement of the Lower "Weser. XXX, 486.

harbors

the

of

Coast.

Pacific

.381.

railways

LXXXIII,

of

the

front.

battle

1241.

Manufacture

and

XXX,

testing

Portland

of

001.

"The Improvement of Harbors on the South

Coast

Atlantic

States."

XXIX,

Uniform practice

223;

United

the

of

bridges.

P. and maintenance: construction Drainage and foundations. LXXV, 526. maintenance: Filand Road construction lers for brick and block pavements. 540.

ANTHONY

BLAISDELL, TALING.

LVI,

of.

XXX,

500.

in pile-driving.

XXVII,

BLACKBURN,

N. T. Sixth Street Viaduct. Kansas City.

LXV,

100.

Topographical

BLACKFORD,

XXXII. Earlv

HOUGH-

464.

F. supplies.

surveys.

LXXVII,

1037.

XXXVII,

XXVII.

York, and the Remedy."

1.

LXXXII,

1384.

Maintpnaiicp

of

macadam

roads. LXT. 445. 489 "Progress Report of Special on Bituminous Materials

XLVI,

182.

and

other

Committee

for Road Construction." LXVI, 429. maintenance: Road construction and

Bituminous surfaces. LXXV. 554. and maintenance: construction Cfmont-concrete pavements. LXXVII,

Road

Road Cost

and maintenance. construction records and reports. LXXVII,

150. _ Road construction and maintenance Design of highway systems. LXXVII, :

70.

and maintenance: construction Drainage and foundations. LXXV, 524. Road construction and maintenance: Equipment and methods for maintaining bituminous surfaces and bituminous pavements. LXXVII, 11G4. Road construction and maintenance:

Road

Equipment

for the construction of bibituminous and surfaces

LXXVII,

construction

LXXV.

New

^„^ 185.

H. Engineering education. LXXV. 1122. "Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Road Construction and on Standards for Their Test and Use."

Fillers for brick

against

__^^ XXXI,

BLANCHARD, ARTHUR

pavements.

BL.^CKM.'VR. ABEL E. "Railroad Discrimination

building.

bridge

Train loadings for bridges.

Road

398.

In

9.

tuminous

W. LIX,

384.

practice

Evp-bar tests. XXXI. 424. Railwav bridge designing. XXVI, 258. Structural design of buildings. LIV, 454. "The Weehawken Elevators and Via-

1

105.

Water

arch

WILL

duct."

R. P.

cement.

BLAIR, Road

A.

steel

42.

H. Brooklyn Elevated R. R. Improvement.

"Remedies for Landslides and Slips on the Kanawha and Michigan Railway."

XXVIII,

L,

882.

BLAKELEY, GEORGE

Cause and prevention of decay of building stone. XV, 709. English and American railroads compared. XV, 746. Improvement of rivers. XIX, 259. South Pass Jetties. XV, 255.

Light

transmission.

the inspection of work.

BIXBT, WILLIAM H.

Jettv

of

LXXXIII,

Memoir

139.

LXXI,

Economics

LXXV,

Efficiency of railroads for the transportation of freight. XII, 140.

BIXBY, G. S. The engineer and

power

BLACKWELL, PAUL

8.

1564.

Railroad surveys.

T. O.

High-voltage

Multiple-arch dams. "The Necaxa Plant of the Mexican Light and Power Company." LVIII, 37.

reinforced

and

Concrete

250.

LXXXI,

621.

BISSELL, CLINTON

531.

relation to each other of the sections of railway wboala and rallt.

245.

179.

BISHOP, THOMAS SPARKS. Memoir

LIX,

of.

Proper

BLACKWELL,

B.

LXXIV,

Countries."

BLACK,

Memoir XXI,

"Economic Canal

LVI,

Cylindrical wheels and flat-topped rails for railways. XXI, 189.

544.

200.

and maintenance: and block pavements. .

^

and maintenance: Preliminary investigations. LXXIII, 7.

Road

construction

ARTHUR n.— (Continued).

BliANCHARD,

Inter-oceanic canal projects. IX, 157. Rainfall and river-flow. XXVII, 339. Report of the Ci)niinittee on "Cost and Work of Pumping Engines." IV, 142

construction and maintenance: Surface treatment with tars, heavy oils,

Road

etc.

LXXIII, 56

(1875).

Road construction and maintenance: The use of bituminous materials by

Sewerage of Memphis. X, Subaqueous foundations. XXIV, 4.'?.

LXXIII, !i!l. IM. Road construction and maintenance: Use of bituminous material in penetration and mixing methods. LXXV, methods.

niixinp:

Tests of cement.

The Holland dikes. XXVI, 600. The manufacture of brick. XVIII, 305. "The Permanent Way of Railways in Great Britain and Ireland, with Especial Reference to the Use of Timber Preserved and Unpreserved." VIII, 17. The water-works of Syracuse, N. Y.

591

Sampittic surfacing. LXIV, 363. Sand-clay mixtures for road surfacing.

LXXVII, Street

1484.

LXXVI, 88. macadam roads.

sprinkling.

Water-bound

240.

IX, 346.

XXXIV,

LXXVI,

58.

XXVIII,

Tuberculation in water pipes.

994.

259.

BLAND,

Underpinning

J. C.

Train loadings for bridges.

BLATCH, NOKA STANTON. Water LVII,

filtration 400.

BLEICH, SAMUEL Determination

LXXVIII,

Washington, D.

at

C

D.

BOGGS,

E. M.

San Francisco earthquake on engineering constructions. LIX, 258.

runoff.

XXV,

XLV,

dents."

113.

LXXXI,

25.

BOGUE,

V. G.

Brooklvn Elevated

XXXII,

of

improvement.

Verrugas

the

Proper relation

Bridge.

Rail

S.

pier.

1

(1891)

;

BOHM,

XLIV,

198.



Disposal of municipal refuse.

443.

Street

XLIV, 146. BOES, FRANK Depreciation

Power

Station.

LXXVII,

E,

public

utility

LII,

"Central Avenue Bridge, at Newark, New Jersey." II, 379. "Description of the New Wrought-Iron Bridge at Bridgeport, Ct." I, 317. stone rs. wood. XLI, 592. Drv docks Elevated railroads. XXXVII, 388. XIV, Enlargement of the Erie Canal.

.545.

Engineering

XXV,

290.

807.



BOGART. JOHN. the Paris (Report of the Exposition of 1878." Committee on the Exhibition made by VII, 317. this Society.) Commercial cities: The law of their birth XIV, 28. growth. and Concrete-iron highway bridges. XXXI,

"American

P.

Cements, mortars and concretes.

proper-

BOGART, JAMES PETER. of.

LIV, Part

335.

BOLLER, ALFRED

C.

of

XXI,

Standard

Report, Final Report, XXVIII,

425 (1803). Timber preservation.

553.

LII.

rails.

of the Committee on Sections." Progress

XXIV,

LXXXI,

Freezing as an aid to excavation.

and

250.

"Report

BOECKLIN, WERNER. Nlnetr-Sixth

V,

to each other of the sec-

tions of railway wheels

of Iron

XI, 418.

Coffer-dam for 1000-foot

Memoir

R.

240.

BOARDMAN, CHARLES

ties.

R.

383.

Erection

D.

Memoir of. XXXVI. 542. "On the Care and Maintenance Bridges."

446.

Timber preservation. XLIV, 203. Transition curves. XLVI. .300.

BLISS, HENRY ISAAC. Memoir of. XXXVI, 541.

BLUNDEN, HENRY

Wyo-

in

Preservation of railroad ties. XLII, 348. "Some Peculiar Railroad Bridge Acci-

G.

Designing an earth dam.

J. I.

"Heavy Railway Construction ming." XLVI, 1.

1183.

Excessive rainfalls.

high buildings. XXVII,

in

Effects of

BLICKENSDERFER, JACOB. BLIGH, W.

buildings.

242.

BOGGS,

storm-water

of

XXXVII, 46. Wind bracing

XXVI, 232. XXXI, 194.

Railway bridge designing.

heavy

of

at

'

03.

Failure of the Ashtabula Bridge.

Flexure of beams. Ill, 48 Inland sewage disposal. XXV,

the Mode of Underpinning Adopted for the Croton Lake Bridge, N. Y. C.
"On

476.

Concrete tunnel lining. XXXI, 317. Construction and maintenance of roads. VIII, 368. Effect of freezing on cement-mortar.

VI, 199. 148.

581.

"Progress Report of Special Committee on Steel Columns and Struts." LXVI,

XVI,

83.

and American railroads compared. XV, 749. River, Va. of James Improvement XXVIII, 448.

English

401.

Report of the Committee "On the Means of Averting Bridge Accidents." IV, 122 (1875).

188

ALFRED P.— (Continued)

HOI.I.KR,

"Some

on

Notes

Foundation

Experi-

XXVII,

ences."

South Pass

471. Jetties. XV, 232.

Specifications for strength of iron bridges. XV, 453. Strength of wrought-iron struts and of structural steel in the form of beams and struts. XIII, 2liS. "Test of a Wrought-Iron Double Track

Floor Beam." XVIII, Tests of bridge irons.

II,

The American

viaduct.

railroad

110.

225.

XXV,

362.

"Experimental

P.

Determination

of

the

Rolling Friction in Operating the Draw Thames River Bridge, together with Method for Determining Power

XXV,

Draw-Bridges."

Operate

638.

on

XXVII,

Railroads.'

39.

XLIV, 454. buildings. XLVIII,

29.

Passenger elevators. LIV, Part B, 187. "The Operation of Passenger Elevators."

LXIV,

231.

Ventilation of tunnels. LVII, 243. West Side Manhattan water-front.

LXXV,

284.

B.

Kansas

of

power

XXX,

in

operating

550.

BONZANO, ADOLPHUS. upon

"Experiments

I'hcKuix

Columns."

1.

LXXVII,

of.

BONZANO,

1845.

properties.

plant.

LXII,

Ohio

Valley.

241.

Electric

railways

in

the

LXIII, 98. Engineering education. External corrosion of

LXXV,

1113.

cast-iron

pipe.

868.

LXXVI,

Operation of passenger elevators.

development

LXXIV,

the

in

LXIV, United

140.

LXXVI,

475.

LXXXI,

Valuation of land. Water supply for

LXXXIII,

etc.

camps,

631.

cantonments,

526.

stave pipe design.

BOURDRER,

LXXXII,

481.

J. J. L.

"Concrete and Concrete-Steel in Holland." LIV, Part E, 507.

BOUSCAREN,

L. G. F. Cylindrical wheels and flat-topped rails for railwavs. XXI, 170.

Elevated railroads. XXXVII, 372. English and American railroads compared. XV, 753. High masonry dams.

Inspection

XIX, 181. and maintenance of railway XVII. 271. LIX, 533.

structures.

M. F.

Lateral earth

service

City.

95.

cable railways.

J.

public

854.

Canadian Niagara power

\\'ood

Viaduct,

Transmission

XI,

827.

of

LXXV,

States.

"Notes on Cost of Operating Cable RailXXVIII, 250, 401. ways." Painting of iron structures. XXXIII, 550.

Memoir

LXXIX,

Sixth Avenue Subway, Hudson & Manhattan R. R. LXXVI, 68. Street railway track construction.

BONTECOU, DANIEL.

LXV,

B, Depreciation as an element in appraisal.

Railway

"Test of Power Required to Drive Electric Street Cai;^, and Total EtHciencv of Motor." XXVII, 307, 675.

.Street

contracts.

243.

LI, 452.

BONNETT, LOUIS

A. building

1107.

be reg-

BOND, FREDERICK WINN.

Sixth

Agreements for LXVII, 480.

Oil-mixed mortars and concretes.

EDWARD

of.

BORING, WILLIAM

LXXVIII,

A. Shall civil engineering practice ulated by law? XLVI, 139.

Memoir

H.

tests for cements. XXXII, 339. Sanitary disposal of refuse. L, 151. "Stresses in Bridges." XX, 137.

Appraisal

Height of buildings. office

590.

L. M. Purification of water for the production of steam. LIV, Part A, 35.

BOUCHER, WILLIAM

BOLTON, REGINALD PELHAM. Modern

LXXX,

The automatic volumeter.

BOOTH,

BOSLEY, WILLIAM

BOLTON, CHANNING M. "Emergencies

647.

Hot-bath

,Jr.

of the to

LXXV,

and mixing methods.

BOOTH, GEORGE W.

BOOTH, WILLIAM

ALFRED

BOLI.EK,

BOND,

ing bituminous surfaces and bituminous pavements. LXXVII, 1177. Road construction and maintenance: Use of bituminous material in penetration

Memoir

pressures.

LIII,

1^05.

of.

I'ainting

of

iron

structures.

XXXIII,

558.

BOOR.MAN, K. Cinder

LXXIX,

Proper

31.

concrete

floor

construction.

622.

Water supply for camps, cantonments, etc. LXXXIII, 524.

BOORMAN, Cinder

LXXIX.

T.

XXI, 251. Railway bridge designing. XXVI, 174. "Report of the Committee on Standard Rail

Sections."

XXIV,

HUGH,

concrete

relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails.

425 floor

construction.

022.

Road construction and maintenance: Equipment and methods for maintain-

(1891) (1893). 1

;

Progress Report, Final Report, XXVIII,

"Report of the Committoo on the Preservation of Timber." Preliminary Report, XI, 325 (1882) Final Report, XIV, ;

247

(1885).

BOUSCABEN,

BOWMAN, W.

L. G. F.~-{Continued).

"Eestoration of the Cable Ends of the Covington and Cincinnati Suspension Bridge." XXVIII, 47, 300. Specifications for strength of ij-on

XV,

bridges.

E. H. Creosoting timber.

structural steel in the form of beams and struts. XIII, 274. Suspension bridges. XXXVI, 462.

XVI,

BOX,

X, 154.

Memoir 149.

LXXXIII,

Memoir

;

R.

Cement joints for cast-iron water mains LXXXIII, 302. Bridge and subway specifications. of

concrete

XXXIV, Memoir Moving

LXXVII,

bridges.

BOWIE,

LXXX,

of.

LXXX,

BRADBURY,

2255.

oil-storage

corrosion

of

BRADLEY,

reservoirs.

Dry docks

cast-iron

restriction

of

E. G. in

sewers.

LXXVI,

1931.

BRADLEY, W.

— stone

wood. XLI, 591. and aluminum ex-

vs.

XXXVI,

Movable dams.

BRAINARD, HENRY

Memoir

001.

2160.

A.

LXVII,

2154.

S.

in

of

Rectangular Panels, Using Cross-Section." Constant

166.

engineering

Precarious

•xp«dients.

50.

Strength of columns. LXXVI, Tests of large steel columns.

401.

294.

LXXIII,

457.

BOWMAN, D.\NIEL WHEELER. LXXXI,

J.

"Economy Beams LXXIV,

"Progress Report of Special Committee on Steel Columns and Struts," LXVI,

of.

681.

119.

LXXXIII,

of.

BRANNY,

Bridge substructure, and concrete work. LXI, 384.

LXXXIII,

LXXX,

BRAINARD, OWEN.

M.

BOWMAN, AUSTIN LORD. of.

XVI,

Irrigation.

1143.

XXXIX,

H.

and maintenance Bituminous surfaces. LXXV, 566.

494.

D.

BOWMAN, ARTHUR

290.

BRAINARD, A. S. Road construction

Physiography of water-sheds and chan-

LXXXIII,

XXVIII,

Astoria Gas Tunnel.

T.

Protection of steel posed to sea water.

BOWLUS, FRED

W.

C.

Railway signaling.

pine

857.

BOWLES, FRANCIS

Memoir

XXVIII,

268.

715.

LXXVIII,

Memoir

mains.

water

538.

C.

External

nels.

two

Ground-water

P. Concrete-lined

2109. 36-in.

Water consumption and XLVI, 440. waste.

BOWEN, WALTER COX. Memoir

LXXX,

Tuberculation in water pipes.

Reinforced Concrete Viaducts at Fort Worth, Texas." LXXVIII, 1206.

Water."

of

185.

of.

XXXIV,

"The Design and Construction of Four

Waste

and

"Consumption

LXXV,

353.

Design

1796.

BRACKETT, DEXTER.

W.

8.

LXXXI,

of.

Bridge substructure, and concrete work. LXI, 383. "Freezing as an Aid to Excavation in Unstable Material." LII, 365. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the The CrossPennsylvania Railroad. Town Tunnels." LXVIII, 391. "The New York Tunnel Extension of The East the Pennsylvania Railroad. LXVIII, 419. River Tunnels."

E. W. "Keport of the Committee on the Preservation of Timber." Preliminary Report, XI, 325 (1882) Final Keport, XIV, 247 (1885).

BOWEN,

Jr.

591.

BRACE, JAIHES H.

2357.

BOWDITCH,

BOWEN, EDWARD

LXIV,

of.

BOYNTON, ROBERT HAMMOND.

BOVYER, WILLIAM BLAIR. of.

329.

C.

BOYLE, OLIN McCLINTOCK,

BOUTON, HAROLD.

Memoir

18.

Bridge substructure, and concrete work. LXI, 385.

163.

Engineering education. LVII, Grading contracts. LVIII, 381.

LVI,

EDWARD.

BOYD, JAMES

umns." IX, 447; XI, 62. Uniform practice in pile-driving. XXVII, pressure upon bridges.

contracts.

Floating dry docks. LVIII, 168. Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX,

12.

The American railroad viaduct. XXV, 360. "The Strength of Wrought-Irou Col-

Wind

building

BOWSER.

427.

Strength of -wrought-iron struts and of

Testing machines.

L.

Agreements for LXVII, 401.

Underpinning

LXXXI,

1684.

140

109.

Trinity

Vestry

Building.

brereton, cuthbert

BKA>'N£B, JOHN'

C. in its Rolatifni to

"Geology

XXXIX,

Topography."

Eartli

G. M. of masonry dam?. LXXV, pressures. LXXXI. 216

Railway

Niagara

BKAU>WOBTH,

XL,

Aroh.

14*^.

Flow

of

Pipes."

LVII,

265.

in

A;^'atpr

Vertical

to

naviga-

BRECKINRIDGE, CABEEL. LXV,

of.

BERTRAJJI. Road construction and maintenance: Design of highway systems. LXXVII, 162. Mississippi

River."

A. D. Bridge accidents. IV, 217. Railroad accounts and returns.

V, 8S0.

the

of

XI, 251.

BBEITHAUPT, WILLIAM

556.

BBIGGS, H.

XXXIX.

Bridge painting. Hell Gate Arch Bridge. LXXXII, 1005. Motive power for street railways. XXVII, 38.

582.

Nickel steel for bridges. LXIII, 339. Railway bridge designing. XXVI. 215. Red Rock Cantilever Bridge. XXV, 722. XXV, Rolling friction of draw-bridges. 659.

XXXVI,

437.

The Launhardt formula and bridge XLI,

31.

BREWER,

"Overflow

LXXXIII,

American highways.

Suspension bridges.

XLIX,

109.

BRIDGES, LYMAN.

529.

ELTINGE.

ifications.

BREUCILAUD, JUiES. A new type of masonry dam. XXXVII,

Lighthouses and other aids tion. LIV, Part B, 78.

U.

J.

Proper relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails. XXI, 252.

"The Underpinning of Heavy Buildings."

BREBXER, AEAN.

Memoir

379.

106.

P. L-

"Fountain

BREED,

a.

LIV, Part P,

BRERETON, THOMAS

BRAIXE, Design

"Dry Docks."

!V3.

spec-

166.

Rails.

Ill,

BBIGGS,

110.

B. E. to each other of the secrailway wheels and rails.

Proper relation of

tions

BBIGGS, BOBEBT. Elastic limit in metals. IX, 362. Failure of the Ashtabula Bridge.

Memoir

stresses of material. XXXV, 493. Wind bracing in high buildings. XXXIII,

"On the Ventilation

^

.

^,

of Halls of AudiX, 53. pressure against bridges. IX, 397.

ence."

BREMXER,

BBIGGS,

'

542.

V, 375.

Wind

G. H. Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in RailLXXXII, 1191. road Track. "Second Progress Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Railroad Track." LXXXIII, 1409.

XXXVI,

of.

Metric system of weights and measures.

220.

"Progress

VI,

209.

XXI, 97, 612. Transverse strength of beams as a direct function of the tensile and crushing

"The Sibley Bridge."

WALDO

C.

operations. LXXXIII, 1069. Tests of concrete in sea water. LXXXI,

Grouting G83.

The bonding LXIV, 280.

new

of

concrete.

old

to

BBIGHT, CHABLES EDWIN.

BBENDLINGER. Brooklyn

Elevated

XXXII, Cause

R.

Memoir R.

failure

of

South

Fork Dam.

461.

XXXI, 311. Concrete tunnel lining. XXV, Construction of railway tracks. 245.

Cost of operating cable railways. XXVIII, 456.

Design and erection of the Oakley Arch. XXIII, 182. Failure of a masonry pier and a rock foundation. XXXI, 584. Notes on a mountain slide.

XXIV,

862.

Bailroad location. XXXI, 118. Reconstruction of substructure of the Johnsonville Bridge. XXXI, 602. Eight of way for railroads. XXV, S24. XX, 76. Stabllitv of bench marks. Ventilation of tunnals. LIV, Part C,

2358.

BBINCKEBHOFF,

H. 31. of suburban zone, New York Central & Hudson River R. R. in the vicinity of New York City. LXI,

Electrification

113.

BBINCKEBHOFF,

H. W.

Elevated

Brooklvn

XXXI,

B.

R.

381.

improvement. ,

.

Continuous rope driving. XXXIX, li9. Electric light and power station, Roches-

XXXI. 358. ter, N. Y. Flow of water in pipes. XL v II, 37X. High masonry dams. XIX, 179. Memoir of. LXVI, 494. ^^„tt Motlv* pow«r for street railways. XXVII, 578. . _ T«r«««. ,

Protection

XXXI,

me.

of

dU" from

tb«

241.

Relation of wheels to frog points,

BRENE31AN.

A. A. Bacteria and other organisms iu water.

XXXIII,

LXXXIII,

of.

improvement.

384.

of

XXIV,

P. F.

447.

guard

rails.

Reservoir

XL,

431.

XXXI,

system

of

and

t*

622.

the

Great

Lakes.

H. W.— (Continued). Shall civil engineering practice be reguXLVI, 136. lated by lawV XX, 76. Stability of bench marks. Steam heating. XXIV, 219. XXIV, 14S. railway track. Street Subaqueous louudations. XXIV, 245. Transverse strength of beams as a direct function of the tensile and crushing XXXV, 493. stresses of material.

BKINCKEKHOFF,

"On the XXXII, Tests

bracing in high buildings.

232; also,

H. "The Shone Hydro-Pneumatic System Sewerage." XXVII, 659; XXVIII, 58.

BROWN, CHARLES Test

XXXIII,

Memoir

CALVIN.

LXXIX,

of.

BRINKLEY,

BROWN,

1466.

XXXV,

LXXVII,

BROWN,

LXXVI, BRIXTON, W. E. of.

C,

3,

Engineers."

British 169.

J. F.

Sewage and wastes disposal for the U. Army. LXXXIII, 381.

BRINSMADE. DANIEL SEYMOUR. Memoir

under

LIV, Part

244.

498.

HANBURY.

Sir

"Irrigation

M. H.

Physical valuation of railroads.

beam.

floor

125.

Transverse strength of beams as a direct function of the tensile and crushing

XXVII,

212.

LAWRENCE

2205.

of

O.

wrought-irou

a

of

XVI II,

stresses of material.

BRINK,

XXXVIII,

74.

261.

Wind

Lines>"

Street

of

members.

bridge

BROUGHXON, URBAN

XXVIII,

Tuberculation in water pipes.

Marking 65.

of

S.

BROWN, JOHN MASON.

Prevention of mosquito breeding.

Agreements LXVII, 502.

LXXVI,

building

for

contracts.

777.

Sanitation of construction camps.

LXXVI,

BROWN,

513.

BRODUEAD. CALVIN EASTON. Memoir

LX,

of.

LXXVIll,

of Steel."

LXIII,

301.

1041. of non-overflow

dams.

LXXXI,

Tests of concrete in sea water. 692.

BROWN, PAUL

LXXX,

G.

New York and New

Proposed

LXXXIII,

Vehicular Tunnel.

735.

Jersey 452.

BROWN, RALPH HENRY.

BROE,

V. E. de B. de. High-alloy steels for bridges.

Memoir

LXXVIII,

Memoir

BROOKE, MARK.

1136.

Consumption and waste

of water.

XXV,

334.

BROWN, W.

"Tnermometer Scales." XV, 381. "Weights and Measures." XI, 408. Memoir of. LXXXIII, 2157.

LXXVII,

1035.

of the San Francisco-Oakland Metropolitan District. LXXX, 183.

Water supply of

LXXVI.

Ground-Water

into

1909.

of the

BROWN, WILLIAM LOWE. masonLXI, 429. ry. "The New York Tunnel Extension of the The North Pennsylvania Railroad.

Effect of temperature changes on

Cost and Descrip-

the Methods of Mining Employed in the Marquette Iron Region, Lake Superior, Michigan." II, 15. of

BROOMALL,

N.

BROWN, WALTER HENRY.

T. B.

"An Analysis

2161.

Topographical surveys.

N.

Infiltration

Sewers."

LXXXIII,

H. Proper relation to each other of the secwheels and rails. tions of railway XXI, 255.

XLVI,

440.

Right of way for railroads.

BROOKS,

of.

BROWN, W.

BROOKS, FRED.

BROOKS, JOHN

2159.

E. "Passenger Elevators." LIV, Part B, 133. "The Weehawken Elevators and Viaduct." XXVII, 1.

tors limiting the selection of materials and of methods in highway construc-

LXXVII,

LXXXIII,

BROWN, THOMAS

Road construction and maintenance: Faction.

of.

BROWN, STEPHEN PEARSON.

67.

tion

buildings.

for

BROWN, MARSHALL W.

L.

Constant-angle arch dam. LXXVIII, 726. Design of masonry dams. LXXV, 174. Kotes on tunnel lining. LXXXIII, 1905. Reconstruction of Stony Kiver Dam.

LXXXI, Top width

L.

Nickel steel for bridges.

97.

LI, 344.

470.

Pneumatic foundations LXI, 233. BROWN, M. F.

"Keport on a Series of Tests on Concrete Columns Keinforced with a Spiral

BRODIE, ORRIN

LXX,

of.

BROWN, LOUIS

579.

BRODIE, HUGH.

"The

W.

L.

Levees of the Mississippi River.

Memoir

River Tunnels."

M. High masonry dams. XXXIV, 514. structural steel. XLIII, tests of Impact C.

BROWNE, "The

J.

Improvement

Quebec."

17.

14S

LVIII,

152.

VINCENT. IX, 455.

of

the

Harbor

of

BRYAN, WILLIAM

BROWNE, WILLIAM LYON. Memoir

of.

LXXXIII,

B. Filtration of water. LIII, 265.

2163.

BRYAN, WILLIAM H.

BBUNNER, JOHN.

Passenger elevators.

Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Rail-

"Progress

LXXXII,

road Tracli."

1191.

BRYNN, PER.

"Second Progress Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Railroad Track." LXXXIII, 1409.

BRUSH, CHABLES

LIV, Part B, 195. XLII, 91.

Tests of bituminous coals.

Memoir

LVII,

of.

528.

BRYSON, ANDREW. and maintenance of railway XVII. 286.

Inspection

B.

structures.

Algse and the purity of water supplies.

Memoir

XXI, 519. Asphaltum for reservoir

Surveys for railway location. XXX, 528. Transmission of power in operating cable

134.

Borings

in

linings.

XXVIII, York.

BUCHANAN,

XXVIII. 16. Cause and prevention of decay of build-

BUCHHOLZ,

280.

2fll.

548.

M. LIX,

428.

W.

C.

BUCK, L. L. "A Few Remarks about

VIII, 333.

Controverted questions in road construc-

Niagara

the

Gorge." XXXII, 205. "A Few Remarks on Foundations."

625.

Cost of operating cable railways. XXVIII'

LV,

169.

457.

Driven wells at Plainfleld, N.

J.

Concrete-iron

James

Brooklyn.

of

XXVI,

512.

103, 242.

Eye-bar tests. XXXI, 422. Impact testing experiments.

95.

to

drive

street

electric

XXXI,

highway bridges.

Cylindrical wheels and flat-topped rails for railways. XXI, 176. Dimension stone quarrying. XXV, 514. "Erection of the Verrugas Bridge." V,

Notes on a mountain slide. XXIV. 561. "One Way of Obtaining Brine." XXIII,

Power required cars. XXVII,

31.

457.

Va.

River,

XXXIX,

Bridge painting.

XXXI,

380.

Improvement of XXVIII. 445. Main relief sewer

XXXIX,

264.

675.

Memoir

LXXIII, 493. Niagara Railway Arch. XL,

Recent experiments with dynamite on an ocean bar. XXV, 446. "Remarks on the Aeration of Water."

XV,

2165.

Electricity vs. steam for branch railroads. XLII, 385. "Final Report of Special Committee on Rail Sections." LXX, 456.

Concrete tunnel lining. XXXI, 309. Construction and maintenance of roads.

XXVII,

J.

Gas engines.

XXV,

concretes.

Comparison of water supply systems from a financial point of view. XXIV,

tion.

XXX,

railways.

Broadway, New

ing stone. XV, 708. Cernents, mortars and

LXXXIII,

of.

of.

Properties of steel and heavy guns.

139.

:

method

158.

use in structures

Its

XVI,

372.

Right of way for railroads. XXV, 325. Single trap system of house drainage.

Proposed

XXV, 407. "Some Facts

Protection of steel and aluminum. XLIII, in

Relation

Waste and Loss XIX. 89.

of

and

weathering

XXXI.

qualities

of

structural steel in the form of and struts. XIII, 279.

for

325.

Sweetwater Dam.

corrosion

The Halsted

measuring

639.

of

LXXVIII, 805. Submerged pipe work, LXXVIII, 1342.

XIX

222.

Street Lift-Bridge.

XXXIII,

.37.

BRUSH. WILLIAM W. Astoria Gas Tunnel. LXXX, External

beams

Suspension bridges. XLVIII, 441. Suspension of solids in rivers. XXXVI,

162.

tapes

XXV,

057.

Underground water supply. XXX. 690, Uniform practice in pile-driving. XXVII,

XXX,

133.

Strength of wrought-iron struts and of

2.57.

lines.

XXVI,

Rolling friction of draw-bridges.

Topographic surveys. XXX, 611. Tuberculation in water pipes. XXVIII,

base

structural

guard rails. XXXI, 522. "Replacing the Stone Towers of the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge, with Iron Towers." XVII, 204. Restoration of the cable ends of the Covington and Cincinnati Suspension XXVIII, 360. Bridge.

water main by

flow in

steel

testing

Relation of wheels to frog points and to

roofing slates. XXVII, 348. The Holland Dikes. XXVT, 689. "The Hudson River Tunnel." IX, 250. The nozzle as an accurate water meter. XXIV, 514.

Use of long

of

667.

Railway bridge designing.

553.

Strength

XXX,

402.

to Friction, in Mains."

Water

Stoppage a anchor ice. XVI. 177. Storage and pondage of water. of

steel.

"The Re-enforcement of the Anchorage and Renewal of the Suspended Superstructure of the Niagara Railroad Suspension Bridge." X, 195. water-works of Syracuse, N. T.

684.

cast-iron

The

pipe.

XXXIV, Portland,

62.

Treatment of metals for structural pur-

Ore.

poses. 148

XXX,

655.

BUCK, Wind



BUNAU-VARILLA,

1,. (Continued). bracing: In high buildings.

I>.

Panama

XXVII.

Canal.

P.

L, 201.

240.

BCrCK, B.

BURDICK, CHARLES

s.

LXXVT.

151.5.

XXXI

495.

LXXI. 259. The Klnzua Viaduct. XLVI, 40. "The Niagara Railway Arch." XL,

LXXIX,

Water purification. LX, 196. Water supply of Parkersburg, W. Va.

BURGWYN,

LI, 446.

C. P. E.

Improvement of

XLI,

BURKE.

96.

rivers.

XIX,

254.

M. D.

Road building. Its

;

Development

LXXI,

XLI,

BURNS, CLINTON

364.

130.

S.

Depreciation as an element in appraisal.

LXXIX,

BUEL,, ALBERT W. Cinder concrr^te floors. LXXVII. 1802. Concrete and concrete-steel. LIV, Part

801.

Depreciation of public utility properties.

LXXVII, Going

547.

838.

value

water-works.

of

LXXIII,

356.

of

concrete

bridges.

Maximum

LXXVII

rates of rainfall. LIV, 200. Principles of valuation. LXXIX, 220. The valuation of public service property.

730.

Ouatemala earthquakes. LXXXIIT, 1706 Preservation of sandv beaches. LXXX,

LXXII, 268. Water-works valuation.

1815.

Reinforced

concrete

LXXVII.

slab

flat

LXXVII

1069.

Stresses

in

railroad

reinforced

Memoir

LXXXIII

track.

concrete

Memoir

burning wet cities.

LXXVIII,

of Designing and Constructing Mobile Artillery." LIV, Part B, 313, 393.

Storm-Water

BURR, JAMES

D.

"The Construction of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa F§ Railroad over the Raton Mountains, and the Performance of Locomotives VIII, 295.

Halligan Dam. LXXV, 134. "Rebuilding Three Large Pumping En-

LXXV,

XXI,

"The Art

1139.

BURR, WM.

649.

Reinforced concrete reservoir.

rails.

BURR, GEORGE W.

IV, 240.

B.

of Determining

and

255.

Detroit River Tunnel. LXXIV. 360. Engineering education. LXXV, 1128. Going value of water-works. LXXIII, 375 gines."

529.

fuel.

316.

Rapid transit In large

Run-Off."

LVII,

tions of railway wheels

BUEL, RICHARD H.

"A Method

of.

Cylindrical wheels and flat-topped rails for railways. XXI, 177. Proper relation to each other of the sec-

109.

BUERGER. CHARLES

COOK. LXXIX, 1345.

BURPEE, MOSES.

the Ohio River. LXXVI. 582. Underpinning Trinity Vestry Building.

Efficiency of furnaces

of.

BURNS. JUSTIN.

columns

LXXVIII. 143. "The Sewlckley Cantilever Bridge Over

LXXXI,

75.

EDWARD

BURNS, (

1581.

of

LXIV,

floors

1719.

Reinforced concrete reservoir.

LXXVII,

on

its

Steep

Grades."

H.

"Approximate Determination of Stresses VI. 127. in the Eye-Bar Head." Economic depth for canals. XXXIX, 314.

1067.

Sinking a wet shaft. LXXIII, 415. Water-works pumping engines. LXXIV,

Hvdraullc-fill

Kentucky and

33.

LXXXIII, dams. Indiana Bridge.

1775.

XVII,

184.

BULLOCK, WILLLVM

New

D. "Description of Guard Gates at the Point Street Bridge at Providence, R. I."

XX,

811.

I.

"Timber Preservation and Present Scope."

IIL

189.

LXIV.

188.

BUEHI,ER, WALTER.

Tests

941.

LXXXI,

building.

Design

504.

Principles of valuation. LXXIX, Purification of ground-waters.

12.^.

R.

Fatigue of cement products.

eterm''Wat&r

BURGESS, PHILIP.

179.

BUDD, HENRY

B.

LVIII,

in

Rivers and railroads in the United States.

E. Size of high-pressure water-power pipe E.

run-off

BURGESS, H.

BUCK, W.

Road

and

Rainfall, sewars.

Stadia topographic surveys. XLIV, 105. Steel-concrete construction. XLVI. 93. Stiffenefi suspension bridges. LV, 24. The arch nrinclple in long-span bridges.

BUCKI.ET.

LXIT,

592.

Heclamatlon of tha Potomac Flats.

LIX,

B.

Elevated tanks and stana-pipes.

and rtver wntrol.

Irrig-ation

principle

tures.

in

LXXXIII,

the theory 676

Niagara Cantilever Bridge.

Panama

78.

144

'

Canal.

L, 198.

of

XIV,

struc596.

KIRK, WM. H.~{Contmued).

BUTLER, M.

I'ropertles of steel: Its use iu structures

and heavy guns. XVI, 362. Kailway bridge designing. XXVI, Kolling friction of draw-bridges.

12S.

XXV,

of

iron

LXS-XUl,

struts.

1G48.

Strength of wrought-iron struts and of structural steel in the form of beams and struts. XIII, 281. Test of a wrought-iron floor beam.

XVIII,

128.

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CHASE, RICHARD

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a

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Specifications for strength of iron bridges.

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for

244.

G.

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CLARKSON. ROBERT

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Modern

323.

Brick manufacture and brick pavement.

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New

to

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404.

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;

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XLV,

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American Iron."

CLARKE, GEORGE C. "The New York Tunnel

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CLARKE, ERNEST WILDER. "Contracts — A Comparison of with Other Forms."

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(1884)

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inarv Report, XIII, 53 Report, XIV, 475 (1885).

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XXXIV,

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Boston

ST.

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Tenn.,

Longitudinals

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CLARKE. JOHN

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projects.

102.

309.

83.

Sewage

424.

187.

D. D.

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Memoir

I'ork.

LXXVII.

of.

1924.

254. of.

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operating

cable

"Effect of

ways."

railwavs.

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Early history of railways.

Depth upon

XXXV,

Electric motive fic.

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207.

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Cost

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maintenance:

investigations.

XXXVII,

II.

Artificial

CLERMONT, JOHN

B.

design

of

Structural

59.

buildings.

LIV.

457.

Water-

1.

power for suburban

CLEVERDON, HENRY LAWRENCE.

traf-

175.

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Elevated railroads. XXXVII, 309. English and American railroads

com-

pared. XV, 77.5. Enlargement of the

XIV,

Erie

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507.

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Rainfall 190

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LXXIV,

American railway line. Vera Cruz to City of Mexico. XV, 839. Cause and prevention of decay of building stone. XV, 708. Combination bridges. XXVIII, 43. Destruction of rails by excessive weights.

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Reinforced 373.

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LVII,

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8th,

The form of railway excavations and embankments. XXXII, 257. The Holland dikes. XXVI, 691. Wind bracing in high buildings. XXVII,

2173.

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242.

Dam.

River

of non-overflow dams.

LXXX,

ANDREW

COHILL,

A.

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Grouting operations.

739.

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Bridge and subway specifications. I..XXV,

535. 338.

V,

XXVIl, 049. XXIV, 149.

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COCHRANE, VICTOR

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1892.

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of

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June

Va.,

roe,

Railway

com-

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Railroad accounts and returns.

Grouted cut-off for the Estacada Dam.

LXXVIIl, 508. Memoir of. LXXXIII,

LXXXI,

of.

Preservation Preservation Presidential vention at

COBB, ROBERT LINAH. Memoir of. XXXVI, 545.

LXXXI, Top width

and American XV, 749.

pared.

COATES,

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127.

English

1072.

COIT, EDWARD WOOLSEY. Memoir of. LXXX, 2260.

354.

Sixth Street Viaduct, Kansas City.

LXV,

COKER,

90.

Flow

CODRON,

C. Nickel steel for bridges.

LXIII,

342.

Memoir

"Description of the Iron Coal-Pier, Norfollv and Western Railroad Company,

Lambert's Point, Norfollc, Va., and Some of the Methods Used in its Conat

struction."

Memoir

of.

XXVII, 125. LXXXIII, 2175.

COFFIN,

of.

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FREEMAN

2118.

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management of water-works. XXXVIII, 24. Memoir of. LVIII, 532. Water-works valuation. XXXVIII, 180.

Financial

COFFIN, JOHN. I'roperties of steel: Its use in structures

and heavy guns.

COFFIN,

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LXXXII,

of.

1680.

construction.

COLE, Flow

EDWARD

LIV, Part F,

175.

COLE,

GEORGE

S.

water in pipes.

of

Catenary

XLVII,

275.

N,

trolley

construction.

LXII,

190.

Municipal

XLI,

machinery.

295.

Tests

of

refuse disposal. LX, 417. large steel columns. LXXIII,

470.

COGHLAN, RAPIER

COLE,

537.

LXXVI,

HOWARD

559.

B.

Road building. XLI, 115. The Niagara Gorge. XXXII,

of a Surface Condenser in Connection with a Set of Blast Furnace Boilers, at the Franklin Iron Works, Oneida Co., N. Y." 11, 41.

COLE, WILLIAM WEEDEN. Memoir

X. Engineering education. J.

Sewage clarification LXXVIIl, 979.

LXXV, by

J.

"Concrete Piles." LXV, 407. Design of masonry dams. LXXV, 158. Docks aiul harbors. LXll, 153. How to build a stone jetty. LXXV, 1059. Railroad draw bridges. LXXV, 720.

R.

"On the Use

COHEN,

XI;IV, 491.

rails.

COLE, E. D. "Concrete-Lined Oil-Storage Reservoirs in California: Construction Methods and Cost Data." LXXX, 691.

318.

R. C. P. I'umping machinery. LIV, Part D,

COGSWELL, W.

54G.

ELMER ELLSWORTH.

Memoir

COGGESHALL,

Tufa cement.

XXXVI,

of.

Recent practice in

COLBY,

T. A.

Coal-handling

LI, 322.

COLBY, ALBERT LADD.

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water in pipes.

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HOC.

Harbors.

screens.

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370. 2177.

210.

COLEMAN,

of

LXXXII,

425.

COLLIEB,

Inspectors and bridge work. XVII, 328. Johnsonville, Tenn., Bridge. XXXIII,

J. F.

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muck

and

pe«t

soils.

187.

Journal friction. Xiime

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hXXX,

94S.

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material in penetration

LXXV,

methods.

622.

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Higrhway

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construction.

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ious Contingencies of Use. With a Brief Discussion of Certain Tests, etc." XIV,

II,

XXXI,

New

Broadway,

York.

17.

XXIV,

mortars and

Control of non-navigable streams. XLIX, 21.

204

620.

Crushing strength of American

II,

230.

315.

— stone Dam,

Dunning's

XXXII,

wood. XLI, 590. near Scranton, Pa.

vs.

416.

Education of

civil

engineers.

Ill,

203.

of freezing on cement-mortar. XVI, 82. English and American railroads compared. XV, 747. Enlargement of the Erie Canal. XIV,

Effect

127.

Sand

in

Sluices."

I,

Forests,

reservoirs,

L,

and

LXII, 319. Foundations for heavy buildings.

plate.

347.

II,

Teredo Navalis, or ship-worm. Ill, 169. Tests of bridge irons. II. 225. Tests of cement. VII, 280; also, XIII, 62.

"The Preservation relative

sulphate

of Forests."

246.

effects

of

soda

XXXIIL

stones.

of frost tests on

XIV,

361,

and

the building

255.

Transverse breaking strain of plate glass.

XXV,

637.

Tuberculation in water pipes.

91.

stream

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The

Failure of a masonry pier and a rock foundation. XXXI, 585.

Foreshore protection.

the

of

302.

Erection of bridges. IV, 207. Excessive rainfalls. XXV, 112. "Experiments on the Power of Water to

Transport

;

Committee on "Rapid Transit and Terminal Freight Facil-

Cylindrical wheels and flat-topped rails for railways. XXI, 212. Designing and erection of the Oakley Arch. XXIII, ISO. Detroit Union Depot Viaduct. XXVIII,

Dry docks

X,

(1888).

Report iron.

Teredo.

the

streams.

;

Controverted questions in road construc-

XXVII,

of

XII, 380.

281.

tion.

from

flow

Recent experiments with dynamite on an ocean bar. XXV, 446. "Report of Progress of the Committee on the Compressive Strength of Cements and the Compression of Mortars and Settlement of Masonry." XV, XVIII, 717 (1886) XVII, 213 (1887)

XXV,

concretes.

piles

the

237.

466.

Cements,

and

Rebuilding of the Monongahela Bridge.

Fork Dam.

South

of

241.

Rainfall

Brick arches for large sewers. VII, 261. Cause and prevention of decay of building stone. XV, 706. of

XXXIII,

337.

Protection

491.

failure

America.

of

structures.

"Progress of Work at the East River Bridge." IX, 162. Properties of steel: Its use in structures and heavy guns. XVI, 312. Proportions of the heads of eye-bars.

142.

of

iron

of

Permanent effects of strain in metals. XXIV, 175. Pneumatic foundations. II, 424. Preservation of timber. XIV, 381.

Back-water in streams as produced by dams. II, 200. "Behavior of Cement-Mortars under Var-

Cause

XX,

Jersey

548.

"A Few Facts about

XXVIII,

New

245.

Painting

COLLINGWOOD, FRANCIS.

in

th«

River Bridge." VI, 7. Old-time water-wheels

P,

173.

Borings

manufacture. of

coast. XXIII, 142. Marine wood-borers. XL, 212. Niagara Cantilever Bridge. XIV, 557. Nomenclature of building stones and of stone masonry. VII, 286. Notes on a mountain slide. XXIV, 561. "Notes on the Masonry of the East

r,.

mixing

XIII, 474.

fiber

movements

Littoral

Road construction and maintenance: Use of bituminous

sulphite

286.

XXVIII,

265.

flow.

Use of compressed

XXXV,

477.

"Foundations for the Brooklyn Anchorage of the East River Bridge." Ill, 142; IV, 205.

"Further Notes on the Caissons of the East River Bridge." II, 119. High masonry dams. XIX, 188. Improvement of rivers. XIX, 253. 152

air in tubular foun-

VIII. 186.

dations.

Van Buren, Arkansas, Bridge. XX, 192. Water front of the City of New York. III, 188.

Water power

of the Falls of St. Anthony.

XII, 424.

Water power River.

II,

of

the

Falls of the Ohio

270.

"Water-Proof Coverings."

IX, 348.

mxy CIS.— (Continued)

COLI-INOWOOD, Wind bracluff in

CONNELLY, JOSEPH LXXXI,

240.

COLLINS, M.

Filteii.

Meaaoir

Xi/Vl. S2T.

Betaiuing walls.

COLSON,

Ill,

H. H. Elevated railroads.

T5.

Water

of

from

piles

LXXI,

of.

COMPTON. ALFRED and

the

CONSIDERE,

O. flo^

of

streams.

X,

CONSTABLE, CASIMIR.

COMPTON,

R. K. Road construction and maintenance: Surface treatment with tars, heavy oils,

LXXIII,

63.

Road construction and maintenance: The use of bituminous materials by penetration methods. LXXIII, 78.

COMSTOCK,

from

Attempt

752.

LXXXII,

XXXIX,

XXXV,

LX,

sheet-piling.

1094.

"The Water- Works and Sewerage of Monterrey, N. L., Mexico." LXXII, 475.

COOK, HORACE ARTHUR. Memoir of. LXXIX, 1471.

482.

COOKE,

R. L. Fires in coal mines.

LXIV,

Ill, 154.

COOKE, SAINT GEORGE HENRY. Memoir of. LXXIX, 1472.

II.

Road construction and maintenance:

LXXV,

LXXV,

CONWAY, GEORGE ROBERT GRAHAM.

452.

tuminous surfaces.

147.

material.

125.

F. H. Engineering education.

CONKLING, CLOUD CLIFFORD. Memoir of. LXXX, 2122.

CONNELL, WILLIA3I

ReIll,

CONSTANT,

Lake Conchos, Mex-

and

to

Practice."

Elevated railway improvements.

T. L.

Bi-

COOLEY, GEORGE W.

556.

"Experiments on the Stability of Bench Marks." XX, 73.

and maintenance: construction Cost records and reports. LXXVII,

Road

148.

COOLEY,

and maintenance: construction Engineering organizations for highway work. LXXVII, 1078. malnteance: and construction Road Surface treatment with tars, heavy oils,

Road

LXXIII,

375.

CONSTABLE, HOWARD.

1948.

Reinforced concrete buildings.

etc.

with

I,

67.

COMSTOCK, CHARLES W.

sheeting

— An

Theory

Fire-proof construction. Tests of fireproof flooring

South Pass .Tetties. XV, 230. Sweetwater Dam. XIX. 227. The Holland dilies. XXVI, 6G0.

LXXX,

"Arched Beams." "Retaining Walls. concile

C. B.

Evaporation

A.

"Concrete and Concrete-Steel in France.'" (Translated from the French by Paul HV, Part E, 495. A. Seurot.)

452.

249.

Steel

XLv I,

differentials.

Road building. XLI, 133. Theory of concrete. XLII, 123.

Teredo.

the

240.

CONDRON,

freight

233.

of

COMFORT, SILAS GILDEBSLEEVE.

ico.

XLIII,

Boston South Terminal Station.

156.

Railroad

Protection

etc.

LXXV,

CONROW, HER31AN. LVIII,

C09IEB. H.

Rainfall

418.

E.

370.

C.

Memoir

XXXVII,

Bridge and subway specifications.

Dams."

under

421.

Floating dry docks.

XXXI,

691.

CONOVER, CHARLES

J. B. T.

Action

LXXX,

iSXiVI,

of.

CONNOR,

eOLIMA^, ISAAC p.

"The

Building.

108.

CONNOR, ADDISON.

F.

Lawrenca, Mass.,

COL3LAN,

A. A. Trinity Vestry

I'nderpinning

XXVII,

high buildings.

Canals

XLV, Jordan

L. K.

from the Lakes

New

to

York.

803.

Level, Brie Canal.

XLIII,

598.

COOMBS, PHLIP HENRY.

64.

Road construction and maintenance: The use of bituminous materials by

Memoir

LXXIII, 109. Road construction and maintenance: The use of bituminous materials by penetration methods. LXXIII, 81. Road construction and maintenance: Use of bituminous material in penetration and mixing methods. LXXV, mixing methods.

of.

LXXVI,

2210.

COOMBS,

R. D. Appraisal of public

LXXV,

service

properties.

853.

Catenary trolley construction. LXII, 194. Concrete piles. LXV. 502. ^.^,,., Dumbarton Bridge construction. LXXVI. 1615.

623.

158

COOMBS,

R. D.

H y d r o-e

— (Continued).

e c t r LXXVIII, 1547. Kinetic effects of 1

i

c

053.

"Some General Notes on Ocean Waves and Wave Force."

crowds. LXXVI, 2129. Portland cement mortar and

Oil-mixed

LXXIV,

concrete.

279.

Construction for High-Ten sion Electric Traction or Transmission." LX, 505. Over-loaded bridges. LVII, 257. Painting structural steel. LXXVII, 975. Physical valuation of railroads. LXXVII. docks.

concrete

towers.

"Round-House Framing."

structural steel in the form of beams and struts. XIII, 274. Structural design of buildings. LIV, 432. Structural steel. XIII, 47. Suspension bridges. XXXVI, 428.

LXXVIII,

LX. 169. LV, 157.

Sweetwater Dam. XIX, 228. Test of a wrought-iron floor beam. XVIII, 126. Testing machines. XVI, 17. "Tests of Friction of Hydraulic CuppedLeather I'acking." XVI, 30. The Lauuhardt formula and bridge specifications. XLI, 215. "The Use of Steel for Bridges." VIII,

Safe stresses in steel columns. LXI, 201. Structural design of buildings. LIV, 429.

for the contact railways. LXI, 27.

Suspension electric

COOPER, HUGH

H

V d r o-e

1

LXXVIII,

wires

of

L.

e c t r 1553.

i

c

power development.

263.

"Train Loadings for Railroad Bridges."

XXXI,

COOPER,

XXIV,

COOPER, SAMUEL LISPENARD. Algre and the purity of water supplies. 536.

Wrought-iron columns,

Controverted questions in road construc-

Memoir

XXVIII,

lae.

2212.

tests

and formu-

66.

COPEEAND, WILLIAM

Railroad

modules

Automatic

COOPER, THEODORE. "American

XI,

112.

LXXVI,

of.

228.

Vibration, or the effect of passing trains on bridges. XII, 448. Weights of iron and steel railway bridges. XV, 98. Wind pressure against bridges. IX, 393. Wind pressure on bridges. LIV, 37.

430.

tion.

174.

Use of asphaltum in building sea walls.

K. E.

"An Example of the Legitimate Use of Water for Domestic Purposes." LV,

XXI,

139.

anchor ice. XVI, 178. Strength of wrought-iron struts and of

312.

concrete

XXXVI,

Specifications for strength of iron bridges. XV, 415. Stability of stone structures. VIII, 253. Stiffened suspension bridges. LV, 35. Stoppage of flow in a water main by

"Overhead

Reinforced inc. Reinforced

XXV,

Rolling friction of draw-bridges.

power development.

Bridges."

XXI,

speed of

filtration.

R.

for regulating LI, 152. LIII, 254.

Filtration of water. Infiltration well and

1,

574.

LXXV,

Bridge accidents. IV, 214. Care and maintenance of iron bridges.

plant.

706.

Pittsburgh

LXXVI,

XI, 424.

Cause and prevention of decay of building stone. XV, 706. Chimney construction. XIV, 184. Cranes as labor-saving machines. XV,

pumping

the

flood

March

of

22d,

1912.

327.

and sewage works, Columbus, Ohio. LXVII. 337. Water purification at Steelton, Pa. LXVI,

Water 199.

378.

Efflciencv of railroads for the transportation of freight. XII, 143. Enlargement of the Erie Canal. XIV,

COPPEE, H.

the

of

Ashtabula

Bridge.

214.

Foundations for heavy buildings.

XXXV,

sippi."

127.

Failure

ST. L.

"Bank Revetment on the Lower

Missis-

141.

Dredges and dredging. XL, 324. "Standard Levee Sections." XXXIX,

VI,

The discharge

XXXV,

of the Mississippi.

191.

XXXV,

319.

472.

XIX, 177. and maintenance of railway XVII. 300.

High masonry dams. Inspection

CORBETT, Water

structures.

Journal friction. XIII, 471. Kentucky and Indiana Bridge.

Ohio.

J.

and sewage works, LXVII, 335.

Columbus,

XVII.

CORNER, CHARLES.

180.

Loadings for railroad bridges. LI, 109. Movable bridges. LX, 317. "New Facts about Eye-Bars." LVI, 411. Niagara Cantilever Bridge. XIV, 553. "Notes on the Erection of the Illinois and St. Louis Bridge." Ill, 239. "Observations on the Stresses Developed in Metallic Bars by Applied Forces."

Physical valuation of railroads. LXXVII, 334.

CORNISH,

E. D.

"Earth Pressures: A Practical Comparison of Theories and Experiments."

LXXXI,

191.

Pier construction in

VII, 174.

LXXVII, 545. The hydraulic jump.

Properties of steel: Its use in structures and heavy guns. XVI, 317. Restoration of the cable ends of the Covington and Cincinnati Suspension Bridge. XXVIII, 368.

CORREA, Memoir 154

New York Harbor. LXXX, 404.

EDWARD ARNOED. of.

XLV,

621.

t'ORRY, T. A. Gauge of railways.

427.

CORTHELL, ELaiER LAWRENCE. LIV, Part F, 285. Brazos River Harbor improvement. XXV,

waterways.

Artificial

5C1;

XXYI,

520.

Dredging river channels. JAl, 240. pjnglish and American railroads compared. XV, 745. Enlargement of the Erie Canal. XIV, Harbors. LIV. Part A, 381. High-alloy steels for bridges.

LXXVIII,

5().

of the mouth River. V, 275.

Improvement sissippi

of the Mis-

A. J. National railroad

LXXXIII,

COUVREUX,

Memoir

LXXXI,

of.

85.

16.58.

Natural waterways. LIV, Part D, 450. Naval architecture. LIV, Part D, 123. Overflow of the Mississippi River. XI, 256.

"Railroad Terminals: Review of General Practice." LIV, Part F. 499. 545. Reaction breakwater. XLII, 501; XLIII, 102.

Approaches the

of

Facilities 1900."

XL

I.

and Paris

Transportation Exposition of

298.

"The South Pass Jetties. Descriptive and Incidental Notes and Memoranda." 164.

131,



Ten Years' South Pass Jetties Practical Teachings in River and Harbor Hydraulics." XIII. 313: XV, 209. Valuation of railroad properties. LII, "The

346.

COVELL.

to-day.

of

A.,

fils.

Inter-oceanic canal projects.

IX, 124.

V. R.

The Sewickley Cantilever Bridge. LXXVI,

COVEROALE, W.

H. Railroad location. LII, 521. Valuation of railroad properties.

COVODE,

714.

Storage

impounding

for

LXXVII, 1049. "Water Supply

LXXX,

of

the

San

Metropolitan

Oakland

reservoirs.

HENRY.

LXXII,

of.

FranciscoDistrict."

Memoir of. LXXX, COWLES, LUZERNE

2124. S.

LXI,

Safe stresses in steel columns.

163.

COWLES, W.

L. Elevated railroads. XXXVII, 404. Railway bridge designing. XXVI, 162. Wheel concentrations and fatigue formulas.

COX,

XLII,

203.

LEONARD

M.

Pearl Harbor Dry Dock. LXXX. 315. Properties of balsa wood. LXXXI, 160. "The Naval Floating Dock: Its Advantages, Design and Construction." LVIII,

LX,

120.

Tests of cement. IX, 341. "The Anthracite Coal Trade and Labor Question, as Connected." I. 367. "The Conflagration now Existing in the Coal at Kidder Slope." Ill, 147; IV, 317.

Production of Traffic and the Transportation of Freight and Pas-

"The

sengers."

II,

240.

in

the Philip-

LVIII, 27S.

XOTTON, JOSEPH POTTER. LXXVII,

LXXVII,

XXVI.

P.

New

highway

XXXI,

bridges.

460.

light and power station. RochXXXI, ,357. ester. N. Y. Erosion of river banks. XXXI. 24. Improvement of harbors. XXX. .503. Improvement of River. .lames Va.

Electric

XXVIII.

449.

IniDTovement of sedimentary

rivers.

XX.

lio. of.

.546.

Naval architecture. LIV. Part D, 121. Presidential Address at the Annual Convention at the Cataract House, NiagFalls,

N.

of

the

Y.,

Atlantic

Uniform practice

June

20th,

Coast."

XIX.

in pile-driving.

165.

LXX,

Societv

improvement.

518.

Concrete-iron

ara

1911.

COUCIIOT, MAC'RICE C. A concrete water tower.

LXXV,

1894.

XXXI. .555. "Some Observations on the Subject of the Improvement of Several of the Rivers

1851.

COrCHOT, GEORGE ,IOHN. of.

CRAIGHILL, WILLI.VM

LXV, .517. Movable dams. XXXI.

"Lighthouse Construction

of.

COY, BURG IS G. "The Laramie-Poudrc Tunnel."

Memoir

COSBY, SPENCER. pines."

COXE, ECKLEY BRINTON. Memoir of. XXXVI, .5.52.

Address at opening of House. XXXVIII, 429. Brazos River Harbor

1.

"Cheap Transportation vs. Rapid TranIX. 401. sit and Delivery."

348.

Francisco earthquake of San on engineering constructions. LIX, 223.

Effects

589.

COWAN, HERBERT WHEELER.

724.

CORYELL, MARTIN.

Memoir

LII,

T.

Colorado River siphon. LXXVII, 35. "Irrigation and River Control in the Colorado River Delta." LXXVI, 1204. State and national water laws. LXXVI,

Memoir

JAJIE.S

Memoir

97:

CORY, n. .

question

935.

349.

Land reclamation. LIV, S3. Levees of the Mississippi. IV,

VII,

135.

COUNTY,

631.

43.

"The

LXXV,

Halligan Dam.

LXXVllI,

CRANDALL, CHARLES LEE. "Friction Rollers."

XXXII,

99.

233.

XXVII,

CHARLES

CRANDAI.I.,

LEE.— (Confm-

Memoir

LXXXII,

of.

Methods

1682.

XXVII,

alignment.

tunnel

of

465.

Precise spirit lereling. XLV, 181. "The Adjustment of a Transit Survey as Compared with that of a Compass Survey." XLV, 453. Translation of paper by F. Guillain.

XXIX,

1.

CRANFORD,

F.

A.

R.

improvement.

R.

Concrete tunnel lining. XXXI, .?26. Construction and maintenance of roads. VIII, 365.

Consumption

XXXIV,

and

waste

water.

of

207.

Croton Water-Works and supplv for the future. V, 270; VI, 08. Effect of freezing on

cement -mortar.

84.

Electricity vs. steam roads. XLII, 382.

L, 196.

branch

for

Engineering ethics. XLIX, 55. English and American railroads

L,.

and

pressures

CRAVEN.

LX,

bracing.

72.

XV,

pared.

Hot

tests for

rail-

com-

747.

XXVII,

Portland cement.

436.

W.

"Description of a Line of Large WaterMains. Laid by the Croton Aqueduct Department of the City of New York and an Innuiry into the Causes of Failure of a Few of Them." I, 3. Presidential Address at the Second Annual Convention, June 15th, 1870. I, 217.

CRAVEN, ALFRED. Changes at the New

Croton Dam.

LVI,

52.

Impervious concrete.

LI, 121.

Improvement of James River, Va. XXVIII, 446. Inspection and maintenance of railway XVII,

structures.

.312.

Inspectors and bridge work. Irrigatien works. XLIX, 43.

XVII,

328.

Memoir of. LVI 1 1, 524. "Memoir of the Construction of a Masonry Dam." Ill, 337. "Notes on the Flow of the West Branch of

Croton

the

River."

76;

Ill,

IV,

307.

Preservation of railway ties. XLV, Preservation of timber. XIV, 375. Rainfall and the flow of streams.

CRAWFORD, GEORGE LENOX. Memoir

LXXX,

of.

2249.

CREAGER. WILLIAM Action

of

X,

235.

under

water

530.

of the Committee on "Nomenclature of Building .Stones and of Stone Masonry." VI, 297 (1877) VII, 285. Self-purification of flowing water and the influence of polluted water in the causation of disease. XXIV, 68. Sewage of Memphis. X, 34. Spongilla in main pipes. XV, 340.

Report

P.

dams.

LXXX,

460.

Arch

Elevated 379.

Cause and prevention of decay of building stone. XV, 705.

XVI,

CRANE. W. E. Panama Canal. Earth

Brooklyn

XXXII,

ued).

;

action

arch

in

LXXXIII,

dams.

332.

Hydro-electric

power

LXXIX,

plants.

1036.

LXXXIII. 769. "The Economical Top Width of NonOverflow Dams." LXXX, 723.

Pressures in

penstocks.

CREHORE. WILLIAM WILLIAMS. XXXVII, LXXXIII. 2181.

Elevated railroads

Memoir

of.

Tests of cement.

370.

Physical valuation of railroads. LXXVII. 290.

Preservation of materials of construction. L. 318.

Reinforced

LXXVII.

concrete

flat

slab

floors.

1721.

Stiffened suspension bridges. LV. 33. Structural design of buildings. LIV, 471.

CRESSON,

B. F., Jr. Preservation of sandy beaches.

Sweetwater Dam. XIX, 221. Temperature of water at various depths in lakes and oceans. XIII, 79.

LXXX,

XIII,

63.

The Holland dikes. XXVI, 691. The Santa Ana Canal of the Bear Valley Irrigation Company. XXXIII, 587. The Shone hydro-pneumatic system of sewerage. XXVIII, 59. The water-works of Syracuse, N. Y.

XXXIV, 28-in.

54.

cast-iron

XXXIII,

CR09BT,

submerged

pipe

lina.

275.

B. L.

Dredges and dredging. XL, 311. Marine wood-borers. XL, 211.

1816.

"The

New York Tunnel

Extension

of

Pennsylvania Kallroad. The Terminal Station-West." LXVIII. 803. "The Problem of the Lower W>s:t ^ide Manhattan Wat er-F ront pf the Port of Ne^v York." LXXV, 226. the

Tunnel surveying.

LXXV,

91.

CROE8,

J. JA3CEB K. "A Centucy of Civil Englueerlps." Presidential Address at the Anuiral Convention at Niagara Fallsr, N. Y., June

23th, 1901.

XLV,

599.

Aeration of water. XV, 144. Algae and the purity of water supplies.

XXI.

529.

CROSBY,

WAXTEB WILSON.

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Hoad Construction and on Sta,ndards for Their Teat and Ufee."

LXXXII,

1384.

Paving practice la Chicago. Precarious eh^in^ring

hXVn,

LXVI, ^. expedient's.

48.

"Krogrwss Report of Special on BltumLncrua Matsrirus for .i|truct1on."

LXVI,

Coffliaijitoe

EoSoWn-

420.

aintianan««: Bituminous surfaces. LXXV, 562. construction and maintenance: Cost records and reports. LXXVII,

Ki^ad

Road 132

WALTER WILSON.— (Confin-

CROSBY.

Gauffes of railway track.

ued).

Longitudinals

Road

way work.

LXXVII.

Memoir

Notes on a mountain slide. XXIV, 562. "On the Designing and Erection of the Oakley Arch. A Full Centered Oblique Construction of Extreme Skew, to Carry a Railwav Embankment over Another Double Track Railway." XXIII,

1106.

construction and maintenance: Factors limiting the selection of ma-

and of methods in highway construction. LXXVII. 1133. construction and maintenance Fillers for brick and block pavements. terials

Road

LXXV,

1.55.

On

the loss of head resulting from tha passage of water through a 24-inch stop valve. XXVI, 453. Pile-driving formulas. XLII. 277. Preservation of timber. XIV. 380. Proper relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails.

539.

construction

and

maintenance: Preliminary investigations. I>XXni, 4. Road construction and maintenance: Relative value of three methods of carrying on work. LXXIII, 19. construction and maintenance: Surface treatment with tars, heavy

Road

LXXIII,

oils. etc.

XXI.

2,56.

Protection

49.

of

and

steel

aluminum

posed to sea water. XXXVI, Railroad location. XXXI, 109. Railroad signaling the block

Road construction and maintenance: The use of bituminous materials by

XXXII,

system.

4.53.

Railway signaling. XXVIII, 276. Reclamation of the Potomac

XXXI.

598.

"Sampittic Surfacing." LXIV, 352. AVater-bound macadam roads. LXXVI,

ex-

498.



penetration methods. LXXIII, 74, 96. construction and maintenance: Use of bituminous material in penetration and mixing methods. LXXV,

Road

Flats.

491.

"Report of the Committee on Standard Rail Sections." Progress Report XXIV. 1 (1891) Final Report, XXVIII,

992.

;

425

Cheap freight transportation. IV. Cylindrical wheels and flat-topped for railways. XXI, 165.

"Economy

of

Railroad

Curvature."

.Tournal friction. of.

XXXIV,

Proper

relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails.

CROWELL. FOSTER. A concrete sewer. XXIV, Asphaltum for reservoir

.325.

The discharge

The form of railwav excavations and embankments. XXXII. 2.56. The Halsted Street Lift-Bridge. XXXIII,

.395.

41.

XXVIII,

The Holland

139.

346.

XXV.

mortars and concretes.

XXIX,

XXIX.

XXV,

2S-in.

444.

Bailroad.

Silverton

the

submerged

cast-iron

XXXIII, 276. "Uniform Practice XXVII. 90, IGO, 593.

XLVI.

Controverted questions in road conafruc-

in

pipe

line.

Pile-Driving."

Unit costs of work. XLIX. 70. AVater-works v^aluatlon. XXXVIII, 152. Wind bracijig In high buildings. XXVII.

89.

Cost of sewer construction. XXXV, 116 Cylindrical wheels .ind flat-topped rails for railways. XXI. 182. Dunnlng's Dam, near Scrauton. Pa

XXXn,

.373.

Turn-table on XXIII, 122.

249.

XXVIII.

3.57.

of paper bv Francisco Da Silva Ribeiro. XXIX. 447. Translation of paper by S. V. Pascal.

Translation

461.

of water.

690.

Translation of paper by E. Prieto Basave.

"Characteristics of the Ravine du Sud in the Island of Hayti. and Plan for Averting its Overflow." XXIV, 470, 488: XXV. 346. Concrete-iron highway bridges. XXXI,

Consumption and waste

XXVI,

199.

279.

Concrete tunnel lining. XXXI. 321. Construction of railway tracks.

dikes.

Translation of paper by A. CharguCraud. LIV. Part F, 23,5. Translation of paper by Baron E. T. Quinette de Rochemont. LIV, Part A,

Availability of the caBons of the Colorado for railway purposes. XXVI.

Cements,

XXXV,

of the Mississippi.

307.

II, 402.

linings.

2,52.

Suspension bridges. XXXVI. 464. Suspension of solids in rivers. XXXVI,

625.

XXI. 2.^6. Ruling grade for railroads.

326.

Small rock-fill dams. L. ,360. Structural design of buildings. LIV, 466. Substructure. Lonesome Vallev Viaduct.

II,

XIII. 449.

LXVII,

XXV,

Shall civil engineering practice be regulated bv law? XLVI. 1.35.

256. rails

323.

Memoir

(1893).

Right of way for railroads.

CROSBY. WILSON.

tlon.

XXVII,

alignment.

460.

Road

Road

2129.

tunnel

of

53S.

for railwar

625.

LXXX,

of.

Methods

XXX.

cross-ties

vx.

XXV,

track.

construction find maintenance: Drainage and foundations. LXXV. 52."?. Road construction and inaintenanco Engineering organizations for high-

384.

CRySLEB, 4JKTUrU OAB^^riELB.

415,

and American railroads comXV, 7ij2. Foundations for heavy buildings. XXXV, English

Memoir

of.

LXXVT,

2254.

pared.

n DWORTH,

47&.

Frirtlon,

mains.

waste and XIX, 109.

loss

of

water

Coffer-dam

in

569. l."!?

F. E. fur

lOOOfoot

pier.

LXXXI.

CUDWORTH, Road

F. G. building. XLI,

Test of a mechanical 126.

CURTIS,

CULGIN, GUY W. 431.

CURTIS.

CUMMINGS, NOAH. Invar (nickel-steel) tapes.

LX,

FAYETTE

LXXXIII,

1919.

filter

bed.

XXXV,

CURTIS, W.

G.

Memoir

of.

XLV,

mining and suggestions new method of dam building. XXXV,

"Notes

on

a

97.

Proper

water

a

system

for for a

placer

Hoisting apparatus of canal head-gates.

XXXII,

cements. XXXII, 337. railroad construction.

XXXVI, XXXI,

of

Potomac

the

Flats.

489.

Submarine rock excavation.

XXXII,

254.

WALTER

XLIX,

71.

Ties by XI II *^SS The Hals*ted

Earlv

"An Instructive Eve-Bar Test."

XXXI,

E. B. practice

XXXVII, Influence

415.

Elevated railroads. XXXVII, 405. Floating dry docks. LVIII, 159. "Hardening Structural Steel." XXVII, 351, 378.

method

XXX,

steel.

Specifications

XXXVI,

testing

structural

669. steel.

of Steel in Bridge Pins."

Composition

in

Tensile Strength to Structural Steel."

XXXVIII,

89;

XL,

78,

of

456.

of.

LXXXI,

1695.

CUNNINGHAM, EDWARD. Impervious concrete.

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN LIV,

CUSHMAN, WILLIAM

H.

LXXVII,

958.

Dam.

508.

WILFRED EMORY. LXXI,

of.

408.

LVIII, 15. Colorado River and Salton Basin.

3IILI.ER.

LIX.

54.

H. LV,

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Flooda and Flood Prevention."

LXXXI, 1218 Hydraulic-fill dams. LVIII, 259. Levees of the Mississippi River.

250.

LII, 556.

LI,

.389.

The discharge

of the Mississippi.

XXXV,

308.

DAGRON, JAMES

G.

and maintenance of railway XVII, 278. Niagara Cantilever Bridge. XIV, .')89. "Some Experiments on the Strength of Bessemer Steel Bridge Compression Members." XX, 254.

Inspection

CURRIE,

XXXV,

steel.

T. G. Atchafalaya River.

CUNTZ, WILLIAM COOPER. •Memoir of. LXXXI, 1825.

sippi.

S.

Painting structural

DABNEY,

CUNNINGHAM, PAUI^ DAVIS.

D. M. revetment

343.

C.

road Track." LXXXII, 1191. "Second Progress Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Railroad Track." LXXXIII, 1409.

Memoir

571.

537.

Hydraulic power plants. of.

building.

pavements.

Report of the Special Committee to Report on Stresses in Rail-

CUTSH.4W,

H.

CUNNINGHAM, JOSEPH

Memoir

XLIX,

of.

CUSHING, W.

LXXVIII,

American railroad bridges. XXI, English railroad track. XX, 61. of.

XXXVII,

street

Grouted cut-off for the Estacada

LI. 126.

CUNNINGHAM, JAMES

Memoir

on

rails 112.

CUSHMAN, ALLERTON

CUNNINGHAM, DAVID WEST. Memoir

bridge

in

13.

of

"Progress

structural

91.

Relation

XXXIII.

204.

1691.

of

for

XXXIII, 357. "The Condition

XLIV,

CUSHING, SAMUEL BARRETT. Memoir

LXXXI,

of.

Street Lift-Bridge.

CUSHING,

CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW CHASE.

Proposed

W.

Preservation of Railroad the Use of Zinc Chloride."

Artificial

Timber preservation.

Unit costs of work.

Bank

257.

CURTIS,

49.

CUJIMINGS, W. W.

Memoir

48.

XXIV,

Slide."

relation to each other of the sections of railway wheels and rails.

"The

S6.

Reclamation

XXVII,

624.

Mountain

556.

XXI,

312. tests for

Hot-bath Light mountain

"The

776.

Emergencies on railroads. of

1746.

S.

A.

62.

Construction

84.

Address at the Annual Convention in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn., June

246,

17th,

CUMMINGS, KOBEBT A high-speed gravity

LXXXIII,

dams.

Hydraulic-fill

LXIV,

Cost keeping.

XLIII,

filter.

C. E.

on

the

Lower

Missis-

227.

CURRIER, CHARLES

G. "Self-Purification of Flowing Water and Influence of Polluted Water in the the Causation of Disease." XXIV, 21.

1S8

structures.

Specifications

bridges. Structural

XV. steel.

for

strength

458.

XXVII,

376.

of

iron

DAUGHERTY,

"The Protection from Corrosion, of IronWork Used as Covering for Railroad Tunnels." XXVII, 324.

R. L. "Investigation of the Performance of a

Reaction Turbine." V. Inter-oceanic canal

P. other

Locomotives and rolling stock. LIV, Part D, 352. LIV, Part E, 118.

Memoir

DAKIN, ROBERT EDWARD. LXXXIII,

of.

LXXXII,

of.

XLIV,

DAVIES,

LXXV,

nels."

982.

Location and design of terminal railroad stations, and comparison of track, signals, and ventilation in the tunnels of the Pennsylvania and Hudson and Manhattan Railroads together with

of public service property.

;

W.

J.

VIPOND.

J.

"Air Resistances to Trains in Tube Tun-

ventilation tests in the latter.

Properties of steel Its use in structures and heavy guns. XVI, 302.

New York and New

Proposed

LXXXIII, 454. LXXVIII,

Vehicular Tunnel.

LXXVII,

of.

306.

1853.

"The

Z. T. Electric generating stations mission. LIV, Part D, 398.

Astoria Tunnel Under the Bast River for Gas Distribution in New York City." LXXX, 594. Tunnel construction methods. LXXXI,

and trans-

483.

DARLING, JOHN Harbors.

H. LIV, Part A,

DARLINGTON,

Jersey

Subaqueous highway tunnels.

DANFORTH, FREDERIC. Memoir

LXIX,

401.

:

DANIEL,

XXVII,

169.

T.

296.

DANENHOWER,

419.

F. P. Uniform practice in pile-driving.

Explosive." L, 382. Cost keeping. LXIV, 421. Principles of valuation. LXXIX, 170. Reinforced concrete floor systems. LVI,

The valuation LXXII, 246.

1085.

DAVID,

Engineering ethics,. XLIX, 57. Legitimate use of water. LV, 434.

DANA, RICHARD "A New Safety

97.

DAVEY, HENR\%

2360.

W.

F.

IX,

projects.

Filtration of water.

DALRYMPEE,

1270.

DAVENPORT, JAMES AUBREY.

Steam turbines.

Memoir

LXXVIII,

DAUZATS,

DAIILSTBOM. KABL,

DAVIES. WILLIAM GOMER. Memoir of. LXXIX, 1474.

361.

State and national water laws.

F. G.

ing stone. XV, 713. Niagara Cantilever Bridge.

XIV,

LXXVI,

727.

Cause and prevention of decay of build-

DAVIS,

595.

ARTHUR

P.

of a water system for mining and suggestions for a new method of dam building. XXXV,

Construction

DARRACH, CHARLES

placer

G. concrete-steel.

Concrete and

LIV,

Part

96.

E, 561.

Consumption

XXXIV,

and

waste

Contracts: "Cost plus" and other forms.

water.

of

LXXXIII,

204.

20.

Engineering ethics. XLIX, 58. Flow of water in wood pipe.

LXXIV,

472.

Irrigation works. XLIX, 44. "Mechanical Installation in the XLVIII, 1. Office Building."

Modern

DAVIS, CHANDLER.

Pennsylvania Avenue Subway and Tunnel,

Philadelphia,

Reading

XXXIV,

Pa.

Terminal

XLVIII,

in

Long-time

549.

LXXVI,

I'hiladelphia.

I'ier

180.

74,

of

Portland

cement.

New York

Harbor.

546.

Reinforced

8.

and masonry construction.

tests 1033.

construction in

LXXVII,

Separate versus general contracts. XLIX, Steel

805.

Design of masonry dams. LXXV, 207. Electricity vs. steam for branch railroads. XLII, 385. Irrigation. LXII, 52. Rainfall and stream flow. LIX, 509. "Specifications and Methods of Tests for Portland Cement." LXXXII, 166.

Control of non-navigable streams. XLIX,

concrete

docks.

LXXVIII,

1120.

XLIX,

93.

DAVIS, CHARLES. Memoir of. LXXI,

Stream contamination and sewage purification. XLII, 177. Structural design of buildings. LIV, 464. Temperature of lakes. XXXIV, 110. "The Flow of Water in Pipes under Pressure."

DAVIS,

CHABLES

411.

E. L. B.

Lighthouse construction.

VII, 114.

LVIII,

291.

The separate sewer system without automatic flush tanks. Unit costs of work.

DABT,

XXXIV, XLIX,

DAVIS,

226. 70.

Electric motive fic.

B. Movable Bridges.

CHABLES IIENBY. XXXVII,

power for suburban

LX,

XLII,

296.

1S0

387.

traf-

189.

Electricity vs. steam for

C.

branch railroads.

DEACON, GEOBOE

DAVIS, I'RAIfK L,£SL.1£. Memoir of. LXXIII, 500.

DAVIS,

Filtration

GEORGE JACOB,

DEAN,

Jr. pipes.

Curve resistance ja wnt^r

LXII,

A.

Timber

F.

water.

of

XLIV,

405.

LXXI.

303.

L. preservation.

97.

DAVIS, JAJVUES

DEAN, Iv.

"Final Report of the Special Committee on Materials for Road Construction and on Standards for Their Test and Use..

Action of frost on c«ment and cement mortar. LXIV, 337. Laws of proportioning concrete. LIX,

LXXXII,

144.

The bonding LXIV, 271.

new

of

old

to

437.

concrete.

Adjustment of magnetic bearings survey. XV, 344.

LXXXIII,

of

Surface treatment with tars, heavy

a

etc.

DAVIS, JOSEPH

V, 347. of iron

Memoir Gauge

P.

of

a

Memoir

its 86.

relations

XXXI,

105.

in

1863."

I,

203.

"History of the Conversion of the River Clyde into a Navigable Water-Way, and of the Progress of Glasgow Har-

bour from its Commencement to Present Day." XXIX, 128; XXX,

rail-

LXV,

DECKEBACH,

202.

LXV,

Improvement XXXII, 489.

400.

DAWLEY,

E. P. Inspection and m