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Unformatted text preview: -Joseph Black: had written about latent heat-watt used that information to improve the engine-Watt added a separate condenser: allowing the main cylinder to stay hot-Doubled Efficiency-Further: created Rotary steam engine with flyball governor-Patent Monopoly: 1775-1800 Steam Railways and Threshers in Britain: (High Pressure engines)-dangerous John Nasmyth Steam Hammer Conclusions: Note the symbiotic relationship between the development of the coal, iron ,and steam-engine industries Newcomen and Watt used scientific experimentation and some existing scientific knowledge to invent steam engines Inventors begin to invent around patent monopolies in this period...
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- Fall '08
- Industrial Revolution, steam engine, rotary steam engine, Deskilling labor Iron Bridge, Iron Wrought Iron, Nasmyth Steam Hammer