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A steam engine uses water, steam, and heat.

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It is an engine of one or more cylinders which relies on steam pressure to move a piston along.. Water is heated in a boiler, the steam expands though a tube into the cylinder and the pressure forces a piston to move. If the piston is connected to a crank this horizontal motion can be converted to a rotary motion which can then drive a locomotive, machine or pump. +++ That does not really answer the question. The Steam Engine is a type of Heat Engine - i.e. it converts heat energy to mechanical energy.


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A steam engine would be one example, a motor car engine would be another.


This question is so short that it's not completely clear exactly what the questioner is after, but I guess they want to know how to convert heat energy to mechanical energy. There are many machines that do this. One obvious example is a steam engine. Some fuel (wood, coal, oil, gas, etc) is burned, the heat is used to boil water and create steam, the steam is used to drive a turbine (or pistons), the energy which is now mechanical, goes through some kind of transmission and turns wheels. A much more simple example is the "dipping or drinking bird", a simple toy made from glass, about 4-5 inches long. here is a link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drinking_bird It's too complicated to fully explain here, but basically it is a "heat engine" which converts heat energy into mechanical energy (movement)



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