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Artistic Engineering, Why we Outbid Europe on Battleships and more

Charles Proteus Steinmetz: An Appreciation

A Great Electrical Engineer

By Joseph B. Baker

Heat from Dust

Utilization of Low Grade and Waste Fuels

By Charles L. Wright

The Biggest Ship and the Biggest Dock

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Cyrene and Dr. Herbert de Cou, Waves in Solid Metal and more

By Alfred Emerson

Ups and Downs of Acetylene, A Sound-proof Room and more

By Marius C. Krarup

The Eighth Motor Boat Meeting at Monaco

By the Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

Science in the Current Periodicals - May 6, 1911

In this Department the Reader will find Brief Abstracts of Interesting Articles Appearing in Contemporary Periodicals at Home and Abroad

A Useful Device for Lettering Tracings, Protecting the Threads of a Chuck and more

By Ralph C. Davison

Why a Light Hammer is Used in Riveting, Shop Notes and more

By W. D. Graves

Planing a Cylinder Surface on a Lathe

By O. Ruehmer

Copper in Steady Rest Jaws

By H. D. Chapman

Lubricating Iron Planes

By Albert F. Bishop

The Inventor's Department - May 6, 1911

Simple Patent Law; Patent Office News; Inventions New and Interesting

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