The Development of the Steam Engine Due to James Watt
James Watt (1736 -1819) was a great British engineer and inventor, born in Greenock, Scotland. He is a most famous historical figure noted particularly for the development work he did on the steam engine in the 1760s. He so improved the steam engine invented by Newcomer that he made it a really effective source of power. The impact of his work was of such importance that he made an immense contribution to the Industrial Revolution. So honoured a figure was James Watt that the watt as a unit of electrical power was named after him.
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