And the steam engine that powered the reciprocating motion of the sphere was located in a separate room from the patient.
My guess is that the death of Paterno will pump that steam engine even more.
A steam engine was patented, in 1814, by Thomas Tindall, of Scarborough.
Old Pat was asleep way in back there and snorin' like a steam engine.
So at last was born a steam engine that would work and multiply man's energies a thousandfold.
It is operated by a belt from a steam engine used for other purposes as well.
When capitalism began, when it came with its steam engine and its power-loom, what was the first thing it did?
To vary this game, name one row a steam engine, another an automobile.
A steel wire and windlass worked by a steam engine was employed.
As we have seen, it was an atmospheric engine, in no sense a steam engine.
1751; earlier in the same sense was fire engine, atmospheric engine.
|steam engine |
An engine in which the energy of hot steam is converted into mechanical power, especially an engine in which the force of expanding steam is used to drive one or more pistons. The source of the steam is typically external to the part of the machine that converts the steam energy into mechanical energy. Compare internal-combustion engine.