Compressors history: Many of the advances in modern technology have been the evolutionary adaptation of the early stages of human life. For example, the first use of compressed air relates to the time when humans kept the fire alive with the first half of the half-burning stroke caused by the lightning strike. The first is a Goddess Compressor with a surprising profile of six people that can provide 100 liters per minute or six cubic meters per hour with a compression ratio of 0.08-0.02 tim
The quality of this compressor is of prime importance in clarifying the first fire. For if the human heels were at a loss to this important thing, the human civilization was undoubtedly going the other way. But three thousand years before Christ's death, when human discovered metals of gold, copper, tin, and pure gold in the universe, it also discovered several times when it was used to restore oxidation of these metals, which was in fact the first raw material for the use of metalworkers for artifacts Metal was the day, requiring melting and producing air to produce heat.
Figure (1-1): An example of a blacksmith used in ancient Egypt In the 1700s, the size of the blast furnace increased. But in the 1760s, John Smyaton, who invented the air cylinder, invented the air cylinder for the first time. However, this device was very primitive, but in any case for The existing furnaces were used. It was not possible to build a precise balloon for producing compressed air at that time. The situation continued until 1776, when JohnWilkinson invented a machine for making balls, which made it possible to cut precision cylinders from casting.
The first massive and successful transboundary airflow took place at the expedition to the Mont Saintes tunnel (Mt.Ce Nis) in the Alps of Switzerland. After completion, the tunnel had two rails and a length of 13.6 km. The construction of the tunnel began in 1857 with the use of hand grips. A high-speed bridge, which was going to work, built the tunnel for thirty years. Therefore, they decided on the necessity and coercion of railroad managers to use the airbags that worked with compressed air at atmospheric pressure 6 atmospheres.
An example of the first industrial compressor This seemingly old plan was an attempt at the evolution, development and development of previous air passages. Engineers and designers created a thermal wall between cylinders, valves, valves and valves, which seemed to be an unbearable problem. , Were afraid. Fortunately, the serious problems of these valves and valves, which quickly emerged as the appearance of the water fountain, prompted the emergence of new and existing techniques in the form of blue pistons. Also, the problems encountered in the first attempt to use these hammerheads To the extent that for the operation of 9 drills, 54 of them were under repair in the workshop.
When the two drill rigs reached each other, almost 7,000 m of pipe was used to transfer compressed air from the openings to the main drilling rig. This action has shown that the compressed air of long distance tanks can also be transported and used. The news of the excavation of the Mont Sunnis tunnel was published in newspapers and magazines and attracted the attention of most people and engineers and scientists around the world.