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.
Today Brent shows us how the water cooled machine gun and steam have more in common than you would think. These guns were capable of very high rates of fire which would heat up the barrels and damage them.
On this episode of Steam Culture, Brent takes us on an adventure to the NASA Shuttle Launchpad. Today, he shows us how the folks at NASA launch rockets into space using water that evaporates into steam.
Brent LOVES fan mail! On this episode of Steam Culture, Brent answers a fan's questions on steam burns. Why do they hurt more than regular burns?
Today, Brent shows us how beef processors use steam to protect consumers against E-Coli and Salmonella. Americans consume more than 25 billion pounds of beef each year. In order to prevent the spread of disease, plants use steam pasteurization during beef processing.
Brent always finds a way to sneak in the topic of food! On this episode of Steam Culture, we are investigating processed foods and their shapes. Brent takes us through the process of food extrusion.
Today on Steam Culture, Brent shows us how steam continues to aid in the paper making process by drying the wood pulp that becomes paper.