The Newcomen Steam Engine [science]

by Limbic on May 23, 2003

“The Newcomen Steam engine, the predecessor to the Watt engine, is one of the most interesting pieces of technology developed during the 1700’s. This engine along with Watt’s are called “atmospheric engines” because the steam was under only slight pressure. The real driving force of these engines was a vacuum created when steam is condensed back into water. ” MORE

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