On this episode of Steam Culture, Brent talks about the power of the sun and how it can be used to generate steam, which then turns a turbine to create electricity.
Did you know that the first printed item in history was the Bible? It's true! On today's episode of Steam Culture, Brent will be looking at how the invention of the steam engine in 1775 created new printing press technology for the 1800s. Using the power of steam, they went from printing thousands of pages a day to millions.
Today on Steam Culture, Brent talks about the steam system that is used to launch jet fighters off of aircraft carriers.
We're continuing our nuclear theme on today's Steam Culture by looking at nuclear propulsions on submarines.
The propulsion system drives the entire submarine and originated back in 1955 with the USS Nautilus.
On today's episode of Steam Culture, Brent is going nuclear and will be explaining how nuclear engines create steam that then is harnessed by steam turbines to create power.
It's a little hard for us to believe, but Steam Culture just reached a big milestone, its first birthday!
On today's Steam Culture episode, Brent talks about how steam is used to bend wood. Bending wood is used for many different applications such as furniture making, decorative pieces, and ship building.