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Scottish engineer James Watt presented the first steam engine
in 1769. However, the origins of the steam engine go back many
centuries where water vapor could be used to move things was
illustrated by Heron of Alexandria, a 1st-century Greek
inventor, who wrote a treatise describing the machine called an
aeolipile which basically consisted of a sphere into which he
had put water and a pair of injectors located in opposite
directions.
Steam Engine
The water inside was heated, and as the steam came out of the
holes, the ball spun. However, it was considered one of the
useless oddities that scientists make and was mainly used as a
toy to impress the staff. But it can be said that it is the forerunner of antiquity that
came closest to what we know today as the steam engine. The
power of steam was known long before the appearance of the
first efficient machines in modern times.
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