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Mechanical heat engines convert heat into work via various thermodynamic processes. The internal combustion engine is perhaps the most common example of a chemical heat engine, in which heat from the combustion of a fuel causes rapid pressurisation of the gaseous combustion products in the combustion chamber, causing them to expand and drive a piston, which turns a crankshaft. Unlike internal combustion engines, a reaction engine (such as a jet engine) produces thrust by expelling reaction mass, in accordance with Newton's third law of motion.
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- Forest Fire by Dynamicell from http://freesound.org +)
- Water Powered Looms by Erika Nesse +)
- Machine_drone ambient by Evilface38 +)
- Dark Echo Slam by Fox Forrester +)
- Electricity 1 by Karl Welty at Cloverfield Audio Production +)
- Footsteps on Metal by Phil25 from http://freesound.org +)
- Steam burst by Sorry, can't remember +)
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