The Steam Engine
Infobase Publishing, 2003 - 102 pàgines
Newcomen's first steam engine radically altered the way that labor could be accomplished. Incredible strides in technology increased productivity and ushered in the Industrial Revolution.
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Before the Steam Engine
Early Inventors of the Steam Engine
The Contributions of James Watt
Steamboats and Ocean Steamers
Advancements in Steam Technology
The Steam Locomotive
The Steam Engine and the Industrial Age
The Steam Engine Today
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