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    being the steam engine. The impact of innovations such as the steam engine has begged the question of whether the effects that these inventions and innovations had on the economy has fostered long-term economic growth in the countries that adopted them.…

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    In the mid 1800’s the steam engine was one of the greatest feats of mechanical engineering that has contributed to modern technology. Before steam power, people relied on horse or man power to do grunt work. Also, factories were limited to certain locations that had water or wind power. The steam engine has made a huge impact on modern technology and was the catalyst for mass production in the United states. Steam engines were a marvelous piece of engineering during the industrial revolution…

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    3. One new technology that contributed to the growth of the Industrial Revolution was the steam engine. The creation of the steam engine had a major economic impact on the IR because it changed the way that the manufacturing processes worked also it affected many other areas of the revolution. This invention allowed workers to double even triple their work output thereby increasing their income. Another technology was the flying shuttle this invention one of the key developments in the…

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    But this is where one of the greatest downfalls of the steam engine comes in. The steam engine was so successful that factory owners were realizing it didn’t need such large workforce anymore. The steam engine was one of the most economically important inventions of all time. “The steam engine essentially created the Industrial Revolution. It did this in at least two ways. First, it provided the power for huge textile mills in England. Second, it helped allow the mining of coal from places…

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    Introduction : Steam engines were one of the best inventions of all kind which had a major part of use during Industrial Revolution. It freed mankind on total dependence of power sources like wind, water, muscle.It is widely used to power factory machineries,trains,ships and automobiles. With steam engines as a mode of transportation, it is more reliable and can move materials more faster than we could with the animals. And so it was a big transformation in the mankind during the late 17th…

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    Despite the fact that since the first century there had been experimenting with steam engines, it was not until 1712 that Thomas Newcomen invented the first successful steam-powered machine. It was elaborate and huge in design, but was the breakthrough in technology that society needed. This machine allowed industries to evolve into platforms that were more efficient and eased the heavy labor that people were accustomed to at that time. It even relocated average living from rural to urban…

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    Somerset and Thomas Savery invented the steam that made lives in the time of the industrial revolution much easier for everyone. The steam engine effected the people in a positive way and a negative way. By 1800 there were about 2,500 steam engines running within Great britain this lead to a great impact on the economy of great britain. This allowed more resources to be produced in less time allowing the people that run the factories to earn more money in less time. These steam engines helped…

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    The Industrial Revolution was a time of change that occurred from the 18th to the 19th century. This reformation changed the more agricultural societies into more modernized and urban societies. Manufacturing switched from people’s homes into factories, speeding up production time and increasing production rates. With factories coming in and becoming such a necessary part of society, a new problem arose; how will they be powered? The Industrial Revolution came up with an effective response,…

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    I believe that the steam engine was one of the best inventions in the industrial revolution. The textile industry created better inventions. The steam engine was the first way trying to make a cheaper and convenient source of power. Coal miners were using pumps that were powered to remove the water from mine shafts that were deep. This invention that was created in 1705, it was to expensive to run, but gave better ideas for the future. One person thought for two years to make a better…

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    of the Steam Engine The Industrial Revolution was a time in the 18th century when many important inventions were made. Many of these inventions made work easier and more efficient and cost effective. As these inventions created new manufacturing and industry, these inventions disadvantaged many people by causing them to have to move away from farms and into cities. This was a time of great change in the Industrial Revolution. The steam engine was a machine powered by coal as fuel. The steam…

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