Description of an Improved Reciprocating Steam Engine Invented by Joseph Simpson & James A. Shipton, Engineers Manchester

Made:
1849
maker:
Simpson, Joseph
and
Shipton, James Alfred

Copy of a published work explaining the unique design of reciprocating steam engine as well as the rotary nature of the way the piston would also be a revolving body as well.

Details

Extent:
0.03 linear metres
Identifier:
YA1996.3039
Subject:
Transport Engineering, Steam Engines, Engineers
Access:
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