Sir Charles Algernon Parsons

Born into one of the most prominent scientific families of his day, his father was a leading astronomer and President of the Royal Society, it is perhaps not surprising that he rose to be a successful engineer. He had great influence on naval and electrical engineering. Best known for his invention of the compound steam turbine, he worked as an engineer on dynamo and turbine desig

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