Engine Where did It Start

By Nick Holbek

Long Before the Engine

There was a lot of manpower involve before the engine was made. As well as animals were used all the time along the manpower.
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Transportation Before the Engine

Transportation was very minimal, It was you walk or you ride a horse for your transportation. You had no way of moving big things around such as big logs and many other large items.
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The First Engine

The first engine was the steam engine. It was invented by Thomas Savery in England in 1698. It was made to pump water out of mines. They say it was the start of the induatral revolution.
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The Change The Combustion Engine

The first internal combustion engine was made 1680 by a dutch physicist Christian Huygens. But no effective gasoline powered engine was developed until 1859.
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Four Stroke Engine

In 1862 Alphonse Beau de Rochas a French Scientist, had a four stroke engine that was patented but never built. Sixteen years later Nikolaus A. Otto built the first successful four stroke engine.
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Two Stroke Engine

The first two stroke engine was made the same year as the four stroke engine. It was made by Sir Dougald Clerk. And an american engineer George Brayton had developed the first two stroke kerosene engine in 1873
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The V Engine

The V engine was made to give any motor more power. It also offered a lightweight motor with more power than an orginal in line configuration. There are many different engine configuration but the V/ Vee engine has been proven to be better than all others.
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Importance of the Engine

It was one of the most important inventions of the industral revolution. It made life easier for all. It made farming and agricultural life easier for food production. it also made life easier for miners to get water out of mines. It also made traveling long distances possible for every country. And also made transportation of goods possible for counties to get goods from one end of the country in one day max. Also made the eco of countries better because of being able to transport goods to other countries for money and to give assitiance to other country if they were to need supplies.

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