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Lean's Engine Reporter was founded in 1810 to publicize the performances of different Cornish . Howard, Bridget (2002). Mr. Lean and the Engine Reporters. Camborne: Trevithick Society. Nuvolari, Alessandro.
Lean's Engine Reporter was founded in 1810 to publicize the performances of different Cornish engines used for mine pumping in Cornwall. The first Reporter of Duty was Joel Lean. The Reporter, published monthly, gave, for each engine and its pumps, the number of strokes (measured by a counter kept in a locked box), and the amount of coal used. Profile Books, 2008, citing papers by Alessandro Nuvolari et al. References. Barton, D. B. (1966). Lean's Engine Reporter and the development of the Cornish engine: A reappraisal".
Lean's Engine Reporter was founded in 1810 to publicize the . The Cornish Beam Engine. Truro, Cornwall: D. Barton Ltd.
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See Bridget Howard, Mr. Lean and the engine reporters, Penryn, Trevithick on to 1860, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1978, p. 22. Society, 2002 for biographical details of the various compilers 4 Later on, this type of boiler would be termed Cornish in the of the reports. contemporary engineering literature. 6 Robert C. Allen, Collective invention, Journal of economic 5 The first three reports were published in West Briton, a local behavior and organization, 4, 1983, pp. 1-24. For a discussion newspaper
Sunday, 22 January 2017. Bridget Howard's book is a great publication packed with information that is a must for anyone interested in the history of the Cornish Steam Engine.
Sunday, 22 January 2017. I have been requested to give a talk to the Friends of Luxulyan Valley on William West the last Great Cornish Engineer. It goes beyond the simple concept of Lean's reporters being an accurate recording of steam engine performance, a recording that drove a technology race in Cornwall, to uncover a far more Complex history.
Howard, Bridget (2002). Transactions of the Newcomen Society, Vol 77, (2007), 167-189. In 1662 Edward Somerset, second Marquess of Worcester, published a book containing several ideas he had been working on. One was for a steam-powered pump to supply water to fountains. Two containers were alternately filled with steam sprayed with cold water making the steam within condense.