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Pneumatics Powerpoint

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  • 1. PNEUMATICS!
  • 2. AIR PRESSURE!
    • Air is all around us even though we can’t see or feel it.
    • Air presses on our bodies with a great force. We don’t feel this because the air inside our bodies is pushing back equally hard.
    • Air pressure is know as pneumatics and is very important.
  • 3. WHAT DOES PNEUMATICS MEAN?
    • The word Pneumatics comes from the Greek word Pneumatikos which means -wind or breathe.
    • Pneumatics is movement by compressed or pressurized air.
  • 4. WHO DISCOVERED THE IDEA OF PNEUMATICS?
    • Pneumatics was discovered in the 17 th century by a German physicist and engineer named Otto.
    • He experiment with air and the idea of compressing it and invented the first air pump.
  • 5. WHAT ARE SOME PNEUMATIC INVENTIONS?
    • 1650- first air pump.
    • 1870- Alfred beach made the first pneumatic subway in New York.
    • 1888- John Dunlop invented pneumatic rubber tyres.
    • 20 TH century- jet engines and other types of machinery all started to use pneumatics.
  • 6. WHERE DO WE SEE PNEMATICS IN OUT EVERYDAY LIVES?
  • 7. WHAT SORTS OF MATERIALS ARE USED FOR PNEUMATICS?
    • Tubes
    • Syringes
    • Cylinders
    • Connectors
  • 8.
    • Now for a video……

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