006 el trabajo infantil en la revolucion industrial

The Industrial Revolution.

  • Flying Shuttle.

    Flying Shuttle.
    It is a textile instrument, created by John Kay.
    To this moment, cotton textile manufacturing was divided between the work of the spinners and weavers. It required five spinners to provide sufficient material to a weaver working .
    The implementation of the flying shuttle further accentuated the difference in the production of cotton fabrics. The main consequence was the increased demand of threads generated a rise in prices.
  • James Watt

    James Watt
    He was an inventor and mechanical engineer. Improved the Newcomen's steam engine. He designed a separate condensing camber for steam engine.
  • Spinning machine.

    Spinning machine.
    James Hargreaves invented the spinning machine called Spinning Jenny. It was formed by a manually moved mechanism that it was neither too large or too expensive. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A1quina_de_hilar
  • Water Frame.

    Water Frame.
    In 1769 Richard Arkwright patented a spinner that works with hydropower. http://larevolucionindustrialsena.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/water-frame-la-nueva-maquina-de-telar.html
  • Steam Engine.

    Steam Engine.
    Was invented by James Watt. The steam engine was the start of the Industrial Revolution that drives today. In the steam is based the First Industrial Revolution , from the late eighteenth century England and until mid -nineteenth century, portentously accelerated economic development of many of the major countries of Western Europe and the United States.
  • Spinning-mule.

    Samuel Crompton was an English inventor. During his childhood he lost his mother, and had to contribute to the resources of the family with the yarn. The shortcomings of the Spinning-Jenny imbued the idea of conceiving something better. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinning_mule
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    First Industrial Revolution

    Industrial Revolution: Cultural, social, economic and technological movement that took place in England during the late eighteenth and early twelfth century. He marked the transition from an agrarian economy to one marked craft industry and mechanized production, thanks to the industry in transportation.
  • George Stephenson.

    George Stephenson.
    He was a British mechanical engineer and civil engineer who built the first public railway in the world to use steam locomotives and the first railway line to transport passengers who used steam locomotives.
  • Aerostat.

    Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne Montgolfier were two well-known French Montgolfier brothers because they are considered the inventors of the balloon. They were sons of a manufacturer of paper and while playing one day with inverted paper bags over the fire, they discovered that the bags rose to the ceiling. This led them to experiment with larger bags and lighter materials.
  • Mechanical loom

    Mechanical loom
    It was created by Edmund Cartwright. A casual conversation with a textile manufacturer in 1785 led him to design the power loom . Cartwright looms transformed the global economy and truly enriched Britain. When the Great Exhibition was held in 1851 , and worked in England a quarter million of mechanical looms
  • Silk loom.

    Silk loom.
    It was invented by Joseph Marie Jacquard . The contraption used to get punched in the fabric weave patterns cards , allowing even inexperienced users could develop complex designs. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telar_de_Jacquard
  • Steam locomotive.

    Steam locomotive.
    George Stephenson. This locomotive managed to drag a load of forty tons at a speed of six kilometers per hour.
  • Mechanical mower.

    Mechanical mower.
    Created by McCormick .Along with the power loom mark the beginning of the mechanization of the field
  • Telegraph.

    Invented by American painter Samuel Morse, could transmit messages allowed through electrical pulses through Morse code , also invented by him. Later would establish the first telegraph line across the United States.
  • Photography.

    Photography was invented by Daguerre. This was, in the future, a change in the way you approach the art. http://hipertextual.com/archivo/2012/04/historia-de-la-fotografia-louis-daguerre/
  • Thomas Alva Edison.

    Thomas Alva Edison.
    Was born in 1847, Ohio. He started working as a humble inventor. Setting up a laboratory, some of the products he developed included the telegraph, phonograph, electric light bulb... He was the world's most prolific inventor, helping to build America's economy during the second industrial revolution and setting the storage for the modern electric world.
  • Steel converter .

    Steel converter .
    The converter steel was invented by Thomas Bessemer.The Bessemer process was the first inexpensive for mass production of steel ingots molten metal in industrial process.
  • Telephone.

    Around 1857 Antonio Meucci constructed a phone to connect your office with his bedroom located on the second floor, due to his wife's rheumatism. However it lacked enough money to patent his invention, which he presented to a company that did not pay attention, but that also returned materials. Apparently, and this is not proven, these materials fell to Alexander Graham Bell, who used them to develop his telephone and presented it as his own.
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    Second Industrial Revolution

  • Refrigerator.

    The inventor of the refrigerator was the French engineer Louis Abel Charles Tellier. Although at first his goal was to manufacture artificial ice for consumption, soon he turned to the manufacture of refrigeration equipment for food preservation.
  • X-rays.

    The german physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered X-rays. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rayos_X
  • Smallpox Vaccine.

    The smallpox vaccine was discovered by Jenner. http://dciencia.es/edward-jenner-vacuna-historia/
  • Incandescent Lamp

    Incandescent Lamp
    Thomas Alva Edison invented and patented the incandescent electric light bulb .
  • The combustion engine.

    The combustion engine.
    The combustion engine designed by Daimler.
  • Airplane.

    The Wright brothers designed the first airplane. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermanos_Wright