james watt, for instance, has been reported as one of the anticipators .
james watt, the great improver of the steam-engine, died on the 25th of August, 1819.
Double-acting steam-engine and condenser—james watt, Scotland, 1782.
If james watt had died at fifty he would have been all wrong; for at fifty he was a failure!
james watt was himself a product of the modern scientific spirit.
Such was the situation when james watt came into the field of action.
He was succeeded by his two sons, the present Mr. james watt, and Gregory, one of the children of his second marriage.
In 1769, the illustrious james watt was directed to examine the river.
When james watt grew up, he was as much interested in steam and its wonderful power, as he had been as a boy.
And how did james watt get unconquerable headaches with meditating Steam-engines?
unit of electrical power, 1882, in honor of James Watt (1736-1819), Scottish engineer and inventor.
A unit of power in the International System of Units equal to one joule per second.
|Watt, James 1736-1819. |
British engineer and inventor who patented a much improved version of the steam engine (1769) and devised the unit of horsepower. The watt unit of power is named for him.