Explore the real world applications of your Mechanical Air Engine.
From cars to locomotives, the Pneumatic motor (air engine) has a long history attached to it.
Step back in time as you learn to build your wooden Pneumatic motor, and along the way, appreciate its inner workings.
Then, crank it up and put it to work - you can start feeling the blasts of compressed air through its exit valve.
Understand how a Pneumatic motor works - Also known as the Air Engine. It's a mechanism that takes compressed air and converts it into energy used for mechanical work.
Fully functional prototype of a steam engine - Instead of steam, this mechanical air engine uses air pressure to kickstart its motion. Explore how a steam engine works, by building and watching one come alive.
Beautiful rotary motion - Observe the rotating drive shaft which drives the continuous blasts of air into the output valve. This is how science becomes art.
Own an important piece of history - The pneumatic motor (air engine) was first applied to the field of transportation in the 19th century. This includes the early day cars, to trams and even locomotives.
Appreciate its varied real world applications - A widespread modern application of the air engine is in hand-held tools. Historically, many inventors have applied the air engine to modes of transport. Mainly in automobiles.
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