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Heat

In the unending search of the man for new source of energy, around the end of seventeenth century he learn to convert heat energy into mechanical energy.

Water when heated is converted into steam. Since steam occupies a large volume than that occupies by the same amount of water, it exerts a greater pressure on the walls of the container. This steam can now be used to move objects to do mechanical work.

 

 



 

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