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The History of Engineering
Saugus Ironworks was the first commercial ironworks in North America and it reduced iron oxide with carbon to produce metallic iron that can be casted in a mold.
Fairmount Water Works was the first large scale application of steam pumping.
Boyden Hydraulic Turbines was the largest and most powerful ever built in the U.S it also is the oldest surviving water turbine.
Pratt institute Power Plant which is the oldest steam-generation plant found in the Northern united states.
The F & H cable railway was designed and built by civil engineer Howard C. It is also one the other most complicated cable car system.
Triple-expansion, three crank rocker engine designed by Erasmus Darwin Leavitt Jr.
A.B. Wood Screw Pump was the most advanced low-lift drainage pump.
Reynolds-Corliss pumping engine build by Allis Chalmers.
Hanford B Reactor was the first U.S. plutonium production reactor placed in commercial operation. This also helped the development of atomic energy.
Crawler Transporters of Launch Complex 39, is two of the largest ground vehicles ever built, including automatic load-leveling systems.
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