The demonstration of the principles of the steam power in the United States.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
A film titled: 'The Magic of Steam' depicts the working of the steam turbines in the United States. A woman seated in her room turns the light on. Men work inside a factory. Electric poles in an area. Wires connected from one electric pole to the other. A pie chart depicts the power used for the production of electricity. 65 percent of steam and 30 percent of water being used for the purpose. Men work inside a factory. They work on steam turbine. A man demonstrates the working of a steam turbine using the steam. A man places a tea kettle to heat. Steam arising out of the kettle as the water boils. A paddle wheel is placed near the kettle from which the steam comes out. The wheels start revolving due to the steam. A lid is placed on the kettle. The high pressure of steam lets the wheels to revolve faster and pushes the kettle in the opposite direction. The lid is then removed from the kettle. Another example to demonstrate the concept of steam is that of the fire hoses. Firemen try to control the fire in a building with the help of fire hoses. Men work near a steam turbine in a factory.
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