James Watt

James Watt
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  • James Watt — (19 de enero de 1736 19 de agosto de 1819) fue un matemático e ingeniero escocés. Nació en Greenock, Escocia, y vivió y trabajó en Birmingham, Inglaterra. Fue un miembro clave de la Sociedad Lunar (Lunar Society). Muchos de sus escritos se… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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  • James Watt — noun Scottish engineer and inventor whose improvements in the steam engine led to its wide use in industry (1736 1819) • Syn: ↑Watt • Instance Hypernyms: ↑engineer, ↑applied scientist, ↑technologist, ↑inventor, ↑discoverer, ↑artifi …   Useful english dictionary

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  • James Watt's Mad Machine — is a set of sculptural railings and gates at Winson Green Metro station, Winson Green, Birmingham, England, designed by Tim Tolkien, supported by Eric Klein Velderman, Paula Woof and pupils at James Watt Infants and Junior Schools, with whose… …   Wikipedia

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