STEAM ENGINE EXPERIMENT
Water is heated to steam vaporization and as the volume expands, the resulting pressure promotes the piston movement. This creates mechanical energy through the gear motor to generate electricity.
The use of the alcohol lamp allows heat to seal the water bucket. The water is heated, causing steam vaporization while the volume expands, resulting in pressure which catalyzes the piston movement. This generates mechanical energy and the flywheel creates steam to start the piston. The gear motor generates electricity.
- Mechanical Energy
Build Your Own Steam Engine that Can Light a Bulb
We provide fun experiments to individuals and larger groups, even school districts. We have designed a complete, custom curriculum for STEAM based classes that includes 45 different experiments for each student, K- 8th grade.
Worry-free, helpful, easy-to-follow guiding instructions (no PhD from MIT needed) for teachers - students can complete these mostly on their own) for summer school as well as regular school semesters.
If you are interested in larger quantities 20 to 200,000+ of individual experiments or the 45 project set, (minimum order for the 45 project set is 1000), please contact us for volume discounts.
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