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Пугачёв Виктор Николаевич Филиал «Самарский государственный университет путей сообщения» в г.Алатыре 23.02.06 Техническая эксплуатация подвижного состава железных дорог 1 курс Руководитель: Трифонова Надежда Геннадьевна The content of the presentation • 1. George Stephenson • 2. Childhood • 3. Early career • 4. The design of steam locomotives • 5. The construction of the railway • 6. Stephensons’s “Rocket” • 7. Later career • 8. Died •9. Stephenson’s Steam Engine "Locos No.1” • 10. Portraits Of George Stephenson George Stephenson He was born in August 12, 1848. He is an English inventor and mechanical engineer. Childhood He was the second child of Robert and Mabel. Stephenson At 17, Stephenson became an engineer man. He realized the value of education and paid to study at night school to learn reading, writing and arithmetic – he was illiterate until the age of 18. Early career He was appointed chief engineer of the coal mines. Here Stephenson in 1815, developed a mine lamp. The design of steam locomotives In 1814 Stephenson designed his first locomotive and hauling wagons of coal. The construction of the railway In 1821 he began to design a new railway Stockton — Darlington. Stephenson’s “Rocket” The Stephenson locomotive was the only one who has successfully completed all tests. He showed an average speed of 12 miles per hour (~19 km/h) with load of 13 tons. The maximum speed reached 30 mph (~48 km/h). Brilliant victory of Stephenson's "Rocket" made her perhaps the most famous mechanism in the history of technology. Later career He was besiege with requests from railway problems. Many of the first American railroad builders came to Newcastle to learn from Stephenson and the first dozen or so locomotives utilized there were purchased from the Stephenson shops. Died Stephenson died 12 August 1848 in Tapton house, Chesterfield (Derbyshire). Stephenson’s steam engine "Locos No. 1" It was built in 1825. The steam locomotive "Locos No. 1" has survived to the present time. It was used until 1857, and now it is exhibited in the railway Museum in Darlington. Portrait of George Stephenson Portrait of George Stephenson was placed on the banknotes of series E the State Bank in the UK worth 5 pounds. In circulation, these notes were from 7 June 1990 to 21 November 2003. I think Stephenson is a great person of the world history.