Watt engine

In engines, Watt engine, or “Watt steam engine”, refers to []

Overview
In 1763, James Watt was assigned the job of improving a Newcomen engine.

The remodeled version, which had a separate condenser (1765), sun and planet gear (1781), centrifugal governor (1788), and indicator diagram (1796), came to be known as the Watt engine, as illustrated below: [1]

Watt engine

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See also
Engine development timeline

References
1. Ray, Charles. (c.1934). The Romance of the Nation, Volume Two (Ѻ). Amalgamated Press.

Further reading
● Lardner, Dionysius. (1840). The Steam Engine: Explained and Illustrated – With an Account of its Invention and Progressive Improvement and its Application to Navigation and Railways; also Including a Memoir of Watt. Taylor and Walton.

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