Denis Papin

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In existographies, Denis Papin (308-243 BE) (1647-1712 ACM) (IQ:180|#197↑) (ID:2.73|66) (PR:2,320|65AE / inventor:24) (Murray 4000:18|T) (CR:99) (LH:4) (TL:109|#102), pronounced “pap-pan”[1], aks Denys or Dionysius, was a French physicist, engineer, and inventor, noted for []


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The following are quotes by Papin:

“We now raise water by the force of fire, in a more advantageous manner than that which I had published some years before; for, besides the suction, we now also use the pressure which water exerts upon other bodies, in dilating itself by heat, instead of which I before employed the suction only, the effects of which are much more limited.”
— Denis Papin (1698), “Letter to Gottfried Leibniz”; cited by John Farey (1827) in A Treatise on the Steam Engine (pg. 126) [2]

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See also


  1. Denis Papin – Engines of our Ingenuity.
  2. (a) Papin, Denis. (1698). “Letter to Gottfried Leibniz”. Publication.
    (b) Farey, John. (1827). A Treatise on the Steam Engine: Historical, Practical, and Descriptive (pg. 126). Longman.

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