What century did the Scientific Revolution take place?
1700-1804 ending with the death of Immanuel Kant
A lot of people are confused between the French and Industrial Revolutions because (1) they both have the word "revolution" in them, (2) they both take place in Europe, (3) and they both take place at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. However, the French Revolution and Industrial Revolution are fundamentally different affairs.
The Scientific Revolution was a momentous change in the course of humanity. This is a time when new ideas of physics, anatomy, biology, astronomy, astrology, and chemistry began to take hold and be taken seriously. The Scientific Revolution began around 1543 and carried on up until the mid to late 17th century.
Thomas Kuhn did not discover anything during The Scientific Revolution (1500-1700s, or Copernicus-Newton basically). He lived during the twentieth century and was most influential with his work The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962) and his radical, sociological take on the philosophy of science. He did write about scientific revolutions and determined that science follows a predictable cycle of what he called crisis and normal science.