Industrial Revolution - Steam Engine
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This is for Mr. Ledge ONLY!!!
Hello! I am the Ledge Meister! Today I will be talking about the Industrial Revolution and the most important invention that came out of it. Now, let's get started.
The Steam Engine was the most important invention during the Industrial Revolution. The steam engine used coal and water to produce mechanical motion. But every steam engine in the Industrial Revolution would not have been made without the Bessemer Process.
People wouldn't invent something without necessity. The steam engine was needed for efficiency. Many jobs were affected by this piece of machinery. The steam engine sped everything up more effectively and more efficiently.
In order to manufacture these steam engines, the Bessemer Process had to be done. This process produced more iron and steel to construct as many steam engines needed for England. So, this machine sped up the whole way of men and woman working in factories.
In 2015, the steam engine has evolved into many other machines. It has provided us with various machines used in factories to make the workers' jobs much easier. Trains have also been improved on from steam locomotives to becoming electric.
Overall, the steam engine has been important from the 18th century until know. This machine made life easier for many people as well as provided them with a power source. This is why the steam engine has been an important invention in the Industrial Revolution.
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