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Savery steam engine
 
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A model of the first steam engine capable of doing practical work, in this case pumping water out of mines - invented by Thomas Savery in 1698.
Views: 14614 johnofbristol
Joseph Cugnot Steam Engine 4
 
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Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot (26 February 1725 -- 2 October 1804) was a French inventor. He is believed to have built the first self-propelled mechanical vehicle. Cugnot was born in Void-Vacon, Lorraine, (now departement of Meuse), France. He trained as a military engineer. He experimented with working models of steam-engine-powered vehicles for the French Army, intended for transporting cannon, starting in 1765. Cugnot was one of the first to employ successfully a device for converting the reciprocating motion of a steam piston into rotary motion by means of a ratchet arrangement. A small version of his three-wheeled fardier à vapeur ran in 1769. (A fardier was a massively built two-wheeled horse-drawn cart for transporting very heavy equipment such as cannon barrels). The following year, a full-size version of the fardier à vapeur was built, specified to be able to carry 4 tons and cover 2 lieues (7.8 km or 4.8 miles) in one hour, a performance it never achieved in practice. The vehicle, which weighed about 2.5 tonnes tare, had two wheels at the rear and one in the front where the horses would normally have been; this front wheel supported the steam boiler and driving mechanism. The power unit was articulated to the "trailer" and steered from there by means of a double handle arrangement. One source states that it seated four passengers and moved at a speed of 2.25 miles per hour. The vehicle was reported to have been very unstable due to poor weight distribution - which would have been a serious disadvantage seeing that it was intended that the fardier should be able to traverse rough terrain and climb steep hills. In 1771, the second vehicle is said to have gone out of control and knocked down part of the Arsenal wall. Boiler performance was also particularly poor, even by the standards of the day, with the fire needing to be relit and steam raised again every quarter of an hour or so, considerably reducing overall speed. After running a small number of trials variously described as being between Paris and Vincennes and at Meudon, the project was abandoned and the French Army's experiment with mechanical vehicles came to an end. Even so in 1772, King Louis XV granted Cugnot a pension of 600 livres a year for his innovative work and the experiment was judged interesting enough for the fardier to be kept at the Arsenal until transferred to the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers in 1800, where it can still be seen today. http://www.steamcar.net
Views: 34170 Steam Car Club
Austin's Great Steam Engine's.
 
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Clip From Austin's Agricultural Fair 2011
Views: 514 neddland
World's Largest Triple Expansion Steam Engine Part 1
 
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Weighing in at 1,400 tons these 104 feet high 1,000 h.p. engines are the largest triple expansion crank & flywheel water pumping steam engines ever built. They reside at the Greater Cincinnati Water Works where we invite you to explore a state-of-the-art, high volume, and high quality water pumping system for a growing community in the early 1900s. Part 1 covers the engines and Part 2 covers the water pumps and the process steam generation. Part 3 will cover the construction history for a unique below grade pump house.
Views: 101461 Cincinnati Triple Steam
How a Steam Engine works
 
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How a Steam Engine works
Views: 720047 Daniel Izzo
HUGE STEAM ENGINE OPERATING Corliss tubalcain
 
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Several steam engines operating under live steam. Also a nice look at the boiler that supplies their steam. The large one features Corliss valves. Filmed at Sycamore Ill. Steam Show--2011.
Views: 54359 mrpete222
Triple-Expansion Marine Steam Engine (1910) In Slow Motion
 
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This engine is of the three-stage expansion condensing type, and was fitted in the 25 ft. launch 'Marie', designed and built by Messrs. Simpson, Strickland and Co. , Dartmouth. The type of engine shown is especially designed for use in yachts and similar vessels and has large bearing surfaces to enable the engine to be run at high speeds for long periods without repair. The cylinders are arranged so that the high-pressure cylinder is in the centre. Their diametres are 2.5 in. (64 mm), 4 in. (102 mm) and 6 in. (152 mm). The stroke is 3 in. (76 mm). Light and open framework, as is usual in small, quick-running engines, is employed and consists of steel columns in front and a cast-iron frame at the back, bolted to a cast-iron bed-plate. The guides are bolted to the back standards. Link motion of the Stephenson type is employed. The air pump and boiler feed pump are driven direct from the I.P. crosshead by rocking levers and are fitted with metal and vulcanized fibre valves. An 8 in. (203 mm) pulley on the end of the crankshaft, which, in the Museum, is utilised to drive the engine, is provided for driving a boiler fan. It is stated, that this type of marine engine has been found by experiment to use about 25 % less steam than the the two-cylinder compound type and therefore requires a smaller boiler and bunker capacity. The boiler used is of the water-tube type with a working pressure of 250 psi (17.2 bar) and the engine is capable of developing 18 indicated hp. It's interesting to compare the valve times of the cylinders. And it's a real pleasure, to see, how the parts of this engine, e.g. the valve gear, are designed and manufactured with finest craftmanship.
Views: 47199 harryolynx
The Story of Steam DVD Chapter 4: The Steam Engine - How it works
 
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Dedicated to 26highstreet for being the first to upload 5min of it. Content Belongs to Tele Rail
Views: 33914 RailPony
Old West Locomotive Engine
 
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The most filmed locomotive in history.
Views: 15746 towtops
Boulton & Watt Steam Engine
 
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This 1785 beam engine is an Exhibition in Sydney's Powerhouse Museum. It uses sun and planet wheels instead of the more common crank to drive the flywheel. Taken using a Canon A590 still digital camera in video mode.
Views: 13374 Swinglink
Reliving history with steam engines
 
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We went to the local steam show near edgar wi this weekend and what a fun weekend. Please let me know what you guys think of the video.
Views: 736 WildinWiwithWes
Heron of Alexandria 's Steam Engine.wmv
 
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This is embedded for my article: The Principles of The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics Part 8.
Views: 18653 MrSilvestris
Coltrane's Planes & Automobiles: The Steam Engine Part 2
 
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Coltrane traces the development of the steam engine and gives the history of its involvement in imperial conquest. From Loch Lomond to Zimbabwe Robbie Coltrane looks at coal powered steam engines in trains and boats
Views: 7747 MrAgm65
Coltrane's Planes & Automobiles: The Steam Engine Part 1
 
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Coltrane traces the development of the steam engine and gives the history of its involvement in imperial conquest. From Loch Lomond to Zimbabwe Robbie Coltrane looks at coal powered steam engines in trains and boats
Views: 6801 MrAgm65
Home-built Hero of Alexandria steam engine, work in progress.
 
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I've been working on this for a couple weeks. Ultimately, it will turn a small electric motor and generate [some amount] of electricity. It's an adaptation of Hero's (c. 10--70 AD) Aeolipile. Sorry about the noise. It's sitting on a metal table.
Views: 84496 stuartonemillion
Liney 5 Live Steam Engine 5 Cylinders.
 
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Please visit http://www.ministeam.com to purchase this engine. Working live steam model steam engne Liney 5 Model Steam Engine
Views: 12682 Ministeam
Steam engine Inventor 2012
 
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Steam engine made in Autodesk Inventor 2012
Views: 376 Ikari dono
Secret Life Of Machines -  Internal Combustion Engine (Full Length)
 
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https://www.facebook.com/carlthepianist The first internal combustion engine was made by a Frenchman called Etienne Lenoir in 1859. He simply modified a steam engine to suck in and ignite the inflammable gas from his gas lights. Unfortunately the explosions were very violent and the engine was very inefficient. Accompanying Sheet: http://www.secretlifeofmachines.com/images/internalcombustionengine.gif Please see http://www.secretlifeofmachines.com for more information Thanks to Tim Hunkin the creator for allowing these excellent videos to be freely distributed on-line.
Views: 145478 Carl Lewis
Titanic Steam Engine Sound
 
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Views: 610987 DJMarioV8
Ind Revolution   Steam Engine
 
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Views: 334 MGH
Rumsey Rotary Steam Engine
 
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James Rumsey Rotary Steam Engine patent 1791. Unlike his 1786 jet propelled steamboat, the rotary steam powered engine he designed was never built. Members of the Rumseian Society are in the process of constructing a working version. http://www.jamesrumsey.org/
Views: 3817 VideoDave2
Heron of Alexandria steam engine 'Aeolipile'
 
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Dont Forget To - LIKE | SUBSCRIBE | SHARE Materials used: -Enamel hobby paint can for the main body and the burner -Bits from three jet lighters for the nozzles -Brass tubes -Axle that is threded in both ends (i just had it laying around, i have no idea where it came from) -Some washers -Parts form an old CD player for the base -Hybrid ball bearings 4x6x3 (2x) -Various copper tubes for the mounting of the Aeolipile Probably the most famous invention of the great Heron of Alexandria (10 CE -- 70 CE) was his aeolipile, a steam engine that worked on exactly the same principle as the great machines of the industrial revolution and many modern electricity-generating turbines. His machine consisted of a water reservoir with a heat source located underneath, and copper tubing extended upwards from this, acting as the pivot for a rotating sphere. To the outside of the sphere, two nozzles were created from tubing bent out from the surface of this sphere, making an L-shape. The principle behind the machine relied upon steam from the heated water rising through the copper tubing into the sphere. This steam escaped through the nozzles at high speed, generating thrust according to Newton's 2nd and 3rd laws of motion, causing the sphere to rotate on its axis. Simpler versions of Heron's aeolipile dispensed with the boiler and simply heated the water in the sphere; this was much easier to build but would not operate for long before the water boiled away. Donate!: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=iliaioan%40hotmail%2ecom&lc=US&item_name=johnnyq90&no_note=0&currency_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHostedGuest Subscribe to my channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyq90 Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/JohnnyQ90 Follow me on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104633881118655653159/104633881118655653159/posts
Views: 44033 JohnnyQ90
How It Works: The Corliss Valve Gear Of Crossness Steam Engines
 
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At south-east London's Crossness Pumping Station ( http://www.crossness.org.uk/ ) you can see four rotative beam engines. One of them -- Prince Consort -- restored to working condition, another one -- Victoria -- in restoration and the two others -- Albert Edward and Alexandra -- still in their abandoned state. These engines, originally single cylinder Watt engines, got an update in 1899 to three-cylinder compound engines (steam is used three times -- first in a high, then in an intermediate and at last in a low pressure cylinder). The original cylinder served from that time as low pressure cylinder, the two new cylinders, on the right side got a new Z-link parallel motion. See my other Crossness video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zlp1aG1VJRI . The engines were fitted with a Corliss valve gear, invented by the brilliant American engineer George Henry Corliss. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corliss_steam_engine This valve gear uses four rotary valves (working similar to a gas tap). These Valves are operated by camshaft driven rods. The camshaft itself is driven directly from the flywheel by the help of a bevel gear. The big advantage of this gear is, that the timing of the inlet valve can be changed via the governor. (All those features were invented a long time before modern car engines used variable valve timing). This allows a constant engine speed independent of work load and otherwise a saving of fuel. At small work load steam admission is cut off earlier and most of the work is done by steam expansion.The inlet valves are closed and damped by the help of dashpots, working similar to a car's air suspension with shock absorbing. I have gratefully used the great public domain animation of Charles J. Dockstader http://www.billp.org/Dockstader/ValveGear.html for a better explaining of the working principle. Thanks for watching!
Views: 14387 harryolynx
1960s M.E. Beam Steam Engine
 
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The first "Beam" series steam engine In 1712, Thomas Newcomen together with John Calley built their first engine on top of a water filled mine shaft and used it to pump water out of the mine. In 1765, James Watt while working for the University of Glasgow was assigned the task of repairing a Newcomen engine, which was deemed inefficient but the best steam engine of its time. That started the inventor to work on several improvements to Newcomen's design. Most notable was Watt's 1769 patent for a separate condenser connected to a cylinder by a valve. Unlike Newcomen's engine, Watt's design had a condenser that could be cool while the cylinder was hot. Watt's engine soon became the dominant design for all modern steam engines and helped bring about the Industrial Revolution. . Me Beam This engine is of the centre column type. The design resembles that of the type of engine made by William Fairburn in the period 1840 - 1850. The very earliest practises of the use of the engine house building as part of the steam engine structure soon gave way to the development by the engineers of the day of self-contained engines, the beam engines being the first of these in all its variations. These various types have always been popular with model engines, as is this centre column type. This M.E.Beam, Cylinder 1 1/4" Bore x 1 1/4" Stroke
Views: 9441 Franklin Booher
Wilesco Steam Engine Demo Video
 
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Visit http://www.ministeam.com to purchase these engines Good demo of Wilesco steam engines running with a brief history of the steam engine.
Views: 25906 Ministeam
Veiled in Vapour
 
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by Gilbert Loreaux and Mukul Mangalik. The film captures the last run of a steam hauled service on the Ahmedabad - Udaipur section. A must watch for any steam lover.
Views: 69699 Studio SN
Lego Steam Engine - Merchant Navy Class
 
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My Lego model of a British Southern Railways Merchant Navy Class locomotive. Seen here running on a temporary layout around our house. Sorry about all the clutter! For more pictures/information about this model, and my other locos, see my Flickr gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/technoandrew/ The video includes an onboard video, taken from the trailing wagon behind the loco. All footage was recorded using an iphone 4.
Views: 22303 technoandrew
Super Simple Steam Engine
 
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This small steam/compressed air only requires 6 make parts and two pins. The shaft serves also as valve train. In the video the engine is running from a compressed air can. The engine was made with a G4000 Grizzly Lathe.
Views: 100234 alexplace2001
new american steam engine
 
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Reciprocating water displacement gravity engine powered by low pressure air or steaam new invention Brian Hughes inventor
Views: 521 hydrogravitypower
The World's First Steam Engine Working
 
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A short film showing the full-sized replica of the 1712 Dudley Castle Newcomen Pumping Engine working on live steam at the Black Country Living Museum on 18th June 2011. This engine is a replica of the engine erected at Dudley Castle coal mine in 1712 by Thomas Newcomen and recorded in an engraving by Thomas Barney made in 1719. These engines were known as 'fire engines' as they pumped water by a power made with fire, and also 'atmospheric engines' as it is the pressure of the atmosphere forcing a piston into a vacuum caused by condesing steam, that gives the engine its power.
Views: 25979 CopperhouseFilms
American steam engine runing on exhaust
 
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Reciprocating water displacement gravity engine powered by exhaust from F-150 truck american steam engine brian hughes inventor
Views: 237 hydrogravitypower
Diesel Engines Replace Steam -- "A Date with West Virginia" (1956)
 
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From the 1800s until the mid-1900s, steam engines dominated railroads and rivers as a way to move barges and trains full of West Virginia coal. Diesel engines were invented in the late 1800s, but it took years to improve them to compete with steam. Unlike steam engines, which were individually made, diesel engines could be mass produce and easier to repair and maintain. By the 1960s, steam engines had mostly been replaced by diesel engines for commercial and industrial use. This video is composed of clips from the 1956 version of "A Date with West Virginia," produced by John Bransby for Humble Oil (later Esso Standard Oil Co.). John Bransby produced films for Esso Standard Oil for over 25 years. This film is from the collection of the West Virginia State Archives. Edited by Luke Williams. To read more about the West Virginia Turnpike, go to http://www.wvculture.org/history/wvhs1121.html To visit the West Virginia State Archives online, go to http://www.wvculture.org/history/archivesindex.aspx
Views: 5811 wvarchivesandhistory
A Story Of Steam - Railway Documentary
 
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A short Railway documentary exploring why steam engines appeal to so many people and how they quickly vanished from the railways but made a strong return. Created by Richard Camp as part of Safir Productions. Music is by John Beagley and used very kindly with his permission - A great thanks to him for that = ) Documentary was filmed at a number of places such as Knebworth, London, Nene Valley Railway and Crewe Heritage Centre. Please check end credits for further details and full list of credits. John Beagley's amazing music can be found here: www.soundcloud.com/johnbeagleymusic https://www.facebook.com/JohnBeagleyMusic http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/JohnBeagley Enjoy!
Views: 162877 SafirGroup
Sussex Steam Co. Model Watt's Steam Engine
 
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This video demonstrates the early Boulton and Watt's 10hp steam engine model which will be soon available as a kit from Sussex Steam Co.. The model, which will work with live steam or compressed air, demonstrates the steam engine innovations made by James Watt and led to the steam engine becoming the power source for the industrial revoltion. The 10hp engine was in production from 1787 until 1800. For more information visit www.sussexsteam.co.uk.
Views: 14005 bluejames108
Centrifugal Governor
 
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http://www.epicphysics.com/practical-physics/the-centrifugal-governor/ The centrifugal governor was invented by James Watt. The centrifugal governor was required to assist iN the development of machines and technology and was necessary for the industrial revolution to occur. Centrifugal governors can be found in modern cars, GV's and jet engines
Views: 205937 EpicPhysics
Simple home made steam engine
 
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Simple home made steam engine
Views: 9790 nitrozil
Epic Inventor - Placing Steam Engine
 
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This quick video shows how you can select a placeable, choose a location to place it, and that it will be placed there after a certain amount of time. You don't have to stay near it in order for it to be completed, which frees you up to do other things.
Views: 1093 weemcast
Single acting 2 cylinder steam engine
 
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Single acting 2 cylinder steam engine running on compressed air from ~5 to 40 psi. Built from scratch using simple hand tools.
Views: 1721 kgkeys
Stationary compound steam engine with stephenson valve gear in 3D
 
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Model that took me ~20 hours for doing it and 3 hours for making the movie. It features an inside admission on the HP cylinder and an outside admission on the BP cylinder. Both are in double admission and single exhaust channels. Combined with this, the steam piping section and valves are relatively big. Giving to it more torque at higher speed (=more power). Since the cylinders are 20x40 and 30x40 cm. At 8 bars it gives approximately 4000 Nm at low speed. The intake is the tube in red pointing upwards. The output the blue one on other side. The cutoff is set by the two levers in the middle, the cyan one for BP and red one for HP. The model has been first designed with the valve gear program of Charles J Dockstader. Thanks for watching.
Views: 18291 TerminatorFRA
Steam engine animation
 
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Steam engine animation made in After Effects and Illustrator CS5.
Views: 782 andersketelsen
warming up steam engine
 
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Views: 144 zachman277
HERO'S STEAM ENGINE DEMO VIDEO
 
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PRICIPLES AND DEMONSTRATION OF SIMPLE INEXPENSIVE STEAM ENGINE.DESIGN INVENTED BY HERO AT LEAST TWO-THOUSAND YEARS AGO.
Views: 479 snappy boy
Steam engine introduction
 
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Kyle built a working model steam engine after studying the impact of the steam engine in history.
Views: 93 ktlitz
How a Wobbler engine works
 
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http://www.mekanizmalar.com A wobbler is usually the first type engine made by small engine builders. The wobbler does not need tiny moving valves which makes manufacturing simple.
Views: 126983 mekanizmalar
Computer Animation. Maid of the Loch Steam Engine HD
 
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HD Version: The Maid of the Loch is currently undergoing a complete renovation and this sequence was produced as an educational aid whilst the engine is rebuilt. The Loch Lomond Steamship Co. is a registered Scottish Charity. See my other movie - 'Maid of the Loch Computer Animation'
Views: 25814 Gordon Merrilees
Joseph Cugnot Steam Engine
 
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Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot (26 February 1725 -- 2 October 1804) was a French inventor. He is believed to have built the first self-propelled mechanical vehicle. Cugnot was born in Void-Vacon, Lorraine, (now departement of Meuse), France. He trained as a military engineer. He experimented with working models of steam-engine-powered vehicles for the French Army, intended for transporting cannon, starting in 1765. Cugnot was one of the first to employ successfully a device for converting the reciprocating motion of a steam piston into rotary motion by means of a ratchet arrangement. A small version of his three-wheeled fardier à vapeur ran in 1769. (A fardier was a massively built two-wheeled horse-drawn cart for transporting very heavy equipment such as cannon barrels). The following year, a full-size version of the fardier à vapeur was built, specified to be able to carry 4 tons and cover 2 lieues (7.8 km or 4.8 miles) in one hour, a performance it never achieved in practice. The vehicle, which weighed about 2.5 tonnes tare, had two wheels at the rear and one in the front where the horses would normally have been; this front wheel supported the steam boiler and driving mechanism. The power unit was articulated to the "trailer" and steered from there by means of a double handle arrangement. One source states that it seated four passengers and moved at a speed of 2.25 miles per hour. The vehicle was reported to have been very unstable due to poor weight distribution - which would have been a serious disadvantage seeing that it was intended that the fardier should be able to traverse rough terrain and climb steep hills. In 1771, the second vehicle is said to have gone out of control and knocked down part of the Arsenal wall. Boiler performance was also particularly poor, even by the standards of the day, with the fire needing to be relit and steam raised again every quarter of an hour or so, considerably reducing overall speed. After running a small number of trials variously described as being between Paris and Vincennes and at Meudon, the project was abandoned and the French Army's experiment with mechanical vehicles came to an end. Even so in 1772, King Louis XV granted Cugnot a pension of 600 livres a year for his innovative work and the experiment was judged interesting enough for the fardier to be kept at the Arsenal until transferred to the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers in 1800, where it can still be seen today. http://www.steamcar.net
Views: 4072 Steam Car Club
Steam Engine - double oscillating. Made out of plastic & wood
 
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video of simple steam engine project
Views: 1261 jumajesse
Petter Steam Engine
 
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Built in 1893, this is the only survivor from a batch of 10 and the oldest surviving Petter engine. After this batch of steam engines the company changed direction and started building oil engines. A quick run on compressed air, the first for 40 years, the next time she runs will be in a new building on steam (we hope).
Views: 3606 semidiesel

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