History 05 Lesson 10

Vapor Compression Theory-

Who invented it? Oliver Evans. When was it invented? 1805. Where was it invented? I don’t know where Oliver Evans, but it was patented in England. How was it invented? Nothing tells me how it was invented so. Why was it invented? Also, nothing tells me why it was invented so.

Oliver Evans-

He was born September 13, 1755, at Newport, DE. He invented the Vapor Compression Theory and the other thing that he invented that we are going to talk about is the pressure steam engine. The pressure steam engine advanced the milling industry by automating flour mills. So, as we know Oliver Evans invented the pressure steam engine When did he invent it? It was patented in 1790. Where did he invent it? Philadelphia. How was it invented? Again, nothing told me how it was invented. Why was it invented? So, people could get flour faster to make bread and so that the flour doesn’t have dirt in it from people’s feet. Many people say that Oliver Evans was ahead of his time or at least in the machine industry.

Percussion Ignition-

Who invented it? Alexander John Forsyth. When was it invented? 1807 Where was it invented? Scotland. How was it invented? Again, nothing tells me how it was invented. Why was it invented? Because people while duck hunting that the smoke coming from their powder pan on their flintlock shotgun before it shoots gave a duck a clue that someone is about to shoot at it and lets it know it has time to escape.

Canning Process-

Who invented it? Nicolas Appert of. When was it invented? 1809. Where was it invented? France. How was it invented? Still nothing tells me how it was invented. Why was it invented? To keep food from spoiling.

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