In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for driving machinery)rueda hidráulica femenino
- In an era when the nonmuscular power sources included only a few types of sails and waterwheels, such a realization was no small matter.
- He also designed waterwheels in Ulm and made mathematical and surveying instruments, particularly ones with military applications.
- On weekends, you can witness the mill in operation; the waterwheel provides a never-ending display of splashes in the sunlight.
- In early medieval Europe, waterwheels powered olive presses, crushed mash, drove pumps, and operated the bellows of the blacksmith's furnace and forge.
- The remains appear to represent the base of the wheel pit for a vertical waterwheel.
- He applied mechanics to improve turbines and waterwheels more than doubling the efficiency of the waterwheel.
- Because of the size of the engine, it is started using power from the waterwheel, which is on the opposite side of the mill, through the main drive shaft.
- By 1812 Jefferson had three threshing machines in operation, two powered by horses and one by a waterwheel.
- Her father eventually made a waterwheel down by the river to charge a car battery and ran a radio from that.
- While describing his contributions to fluid mechanics we should also note the contributions he made to the study of waterwheels and pumps.
- It is no different in function from the waterwheel on the old mill.
- Surviving machinery includes a waterwheel, shaft and stones, although it hasn't worked since the 1920s.
- The lower stone was fixed and the upper one turned by the machinery (driven by a waterwheel in this case).
- A sluice gate, half hidden behind the roof of the mill, controls the water to power the waterwheel.
- Near the bridge is an old mill complete with a waterwheel which has been restored by the same Trust which looks after the Heritage Centre.
- The remains consist of the central mill chamber, where the waterwheels were housed between the two mill buildings.
- Power was needed, so he slung a waterwheel in a nearby stream and added a steam auxiliary generator for good measure.
- Set to watch the sheep, he would instead build model waterwheels, and other gadgets, and the sheep would often escape.
- The huge waterwheel drove two pumps and the lathe.
- A stone basin, sealed with pitch, was added later, to combat the problem of silting, and this provided drinking water for ships; it also powered a small waterwheel used to raise water from the basin.
2(for raising water)noria femenino
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