The development of the Cornish Beam engine

Looking from the early stages with the discovery of the effects of steam from the ancient Greeks, the early pioneers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to the nineteenth century pioneers. Looking at the way in which James Watt’s original designed steam engine was altered to become what is known today as ‘The Cornish Beam Engine’. Also looking at the difference the next generation of Thermodynamic engineers such as Richard Trevithick developed what was to be known today as the Cornish Beam engine.

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Time

11 May 2021

6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Add to Calendar 05/11/2021 18:00 05/11/2021 20:00 The development of the Cornish Beam engine Looking from the early stages with the discovery of the effects of steam from the ancient Greeks, the early pioneers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to the nineteenth century pioneers. Looking at the way in which James Watt’s original designed steam engine was altered to become what is known today as ‘The Cornish Beam Engine’. Also looking at the difference the next generation of Thermodynamic engineers such as Richard Trevithick developed what was to be known today as the Cornish Beam engine. London, UK

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North West Midlands Local Network

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Richard Green

Richard Green

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