Mga Tanyag na Tao sa Panahon ng Rebolusyong

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Mga Tanyag na Tao sa Panahon ng Rebolusyong Industriyal:

Mga Tanyag na Tao sa Panahon ng Rebolusyong Industriyal Isang Proyekto

James Hargreaves:

James Hargreaves Ipinangalan mula sa kanyang asawa . Nagbigay kakayahan sa manghahabi na gamitin nang sabay-sabay ang 5-8 uri ng sinulid . Spinning Jenny

John Kay:

John Kay Gawa mula sa kahoy na may hugis na parang barko . Binibigyan nito ng kakayahan ang mga manghahabing gumawa na doble ang bilis kaysa dati . Flying Shuttle

Richard Arkwright:

Richard Arkwright Nagmumula sa puwersa ng tubig ang lakas upang paandarin ang Spinning Jenny . Water Frame

Samuel Crompton:

Samuel Crompton Pinagsamang katangian ng spinning jenny at water frame. Spinning Mule

Edmund Cartwright:

Edmund Cartwright Imbensiyon na nagpanumbalik sa balanse ng bilis ng mga manggagawa upang makasabay sa mga makina . Power Loom

Eli Whitney:

Eli Whitney Mabilis na nag- aalis ng mga buto mula sa bulak . Cotton Gin

James Watt:

James Watt Pinaunlad na makinarya na higit na mabilis at mas matipid kaysa sa panggatong . Steam Engine

Cyrus McCormick:

Cyrus McCormick McCormick's father worked for 28 years on a horse-drawn reaper. However, he was not able to finish his project and stopped developing it. In 1830, when McCormick turned 21, his father gave him the deed to the reaper. [4] McCormick developed a final version of the reaper, with the help of Jo Anderson, a slave, in 18 months. Horse Drawn Grain Reaper

Hiram at Pitts:

Hiram at Pitts Hiram A. Pitts and John A. Pitts of Winthrop, Massachusetts, developed a threshing machine in 1837 that had an "endless belt" with pins that threshed and cleaned the grain. It was efficient and inexpensive to operate. Winowing machine

Abraham Derby:

Abraham Derby Iron ores are rocks and minerals from which metallic iron can be economically extracted. The ores are usually rich in iron oxides and vary in color from dark grey, bright yellow, deep purple, to rusty red Iron ore

Henry Bessemer, Andrew Carnegie at Alfred Krupp:

Henry Bessemer, Andrew Carnegie at Alfred Krupp Ang bakal , yero , uwit , o hero ( Kastila : hierro , Ingles: iron , may atomikong bilang na 26, atomikong timbang na 55.847, punto ng pagkatunaw na 1,535oC, punto ng pagkulong 3.00, espesipikong grabidad na 7.874 [ sa 20oC], mga balensyang 2, 3, 4, at 6) ay isang elementong kimikal at metalikong may simbolong Fe Bakal

William Siemens at Pierre Emile Martin:

William Siemens at Pierre Emile Martin Open Heart Furnace is a furnace for making steel in which the steel is placed on a shallow hearth and flames of burning gas and hot air play over it Open Heart Furnace

John McAdam:

John McAdam Single sized aggregate layers of stone with a coating of binder as a cementing agent are mixed in an open-structured macadam Macadamized Road

Thomas Newcomen:

Thomas Newcomen An engine that converts the heat energy of pressurized steam into mechanical energy, especially one in which steam drives a piston in a closed cylinder. Steam Engine

George Stephenson:

George Stephenson On February 22, 1804, the locomotive hauled a load of 10 tons of iron, 70 men and five extra wagons the 9 miles between the ironworks at Pen-y- Darron in the town of Merthyr Tydfil , Wales to the bottom of the valley called Abercynnon . Makinang Locomotive

Robert Fulton:

Robert Fulton Steamboat is a ship in which the primary method of propulsion is steam power, typically driving propellers or paddlewheels Steamboat

Nikolaus Otto:

Nikolaus Otto The internal combustion engine is an engine in which the combustion of a fuel (generally, fossil fuel) occurs with an oxidizer (usually air) in a combustion chamber Internal Combustion Engine

Wilbur at Orville Wright:

Wilbur at Orville Wright Airplane, aeroplane or plane, is an aircraft capable of flight using forward motion that generates lift as the wing moves through the air. Airplane

Samuel F.B. Morse:

Samuel F.B. Morse It is a compound term formed from the Greek words tele ( τηλε ) = far and graphein ( γραφειν ) = write. Radiotelegraphy or wireless telegraphy transmits messages using radio. Telegraph

Alexander Graham Bell:

Alexander Graham Bell Telephone is a telecommunications device that transmits and receives sound, most commonly the human voice. Telephones are a point-to-point communication system whose most basic function is to allow two people separated by large distances to talk to one another. Telephone

Count Volta:

Count Volta A rechargeable battery (also known as a storage battery) is a group of one or more electrochemical cells. They are known as secondary cells because their electrochemical reactions are electrically reversible. Storage Battery

Michael Faraday:

Michael Faraday A dynamo, originally another name for an electrical generator, now means a generator that produces direct current with the use of a commutator. Dynamo

Thomas Alba Edison:

Thomas Alba Edison Incandescent Lamp is a source of electric light that works by incandescence (a general term for heat-driven light emissions, which includes the simple case of black body radiation). Incandescent Lamp/Bulb

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