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   • abrasive
   • actuator
   • afterburner
   • air conditioner
   • air brake
   • airlock
   • airplane
   • amplifier
   • analog device
   • aqualung
   • arc lamp
   • Archimedean screw
   • automation
   • automobile

   • Bailey bridge
   • ball bearing
   • ballpoint pen
   • bathyscaphe
   • bathysphere
   • bicycle
   • bimetallic strip
   • bioengineering
   • bowden cable
   • brake
   • bridge

   • cable, electrical
   • cable, mechanical
   • cable car
   • caisson
   • cam
   • camera
   • canal
   • carburetor
   • carding
   • catalytic converter
   • cathode ray tube
   • cavitation
   • cavity magnetron
   • chain
   • choke
   • civil engineering
   • cofferdam
   • commutator
   • compact disk
   • cooling tower
   • crane

   • decompression chamber
   • detonator
   • diesel engine
   • direction finder
   • diving, deep-sea
   • diving bell
   • dock

   • eccentric
   • electric arc
   • electric bell
   • electric furnace
   • electric light
   • electric motor
   • electrical engineering
   • elevator
   • embossing
   • engineering
   • engraving
   • escalator
   • etching
   • extrusion

   • filament
   • filtration
   • fire extinguisher
   • fluidics
   • flywheel
   • four-stroke engine
   • free-piston engine
   • furnace
   • fuze

   • gear
   • girder
   • governor
   • gyrocompass
   • gyropilot
   • gyroscope
   • gyrostabilizer

   • heat pump
   • holography
   • hovercraft
   • hydraulics
   • hydrofoil
   • hydrophone

   • icebreaker
   • ignitron
   • induction hardening
   • injection molding
   • internal combustion engine

   • jet engine

   • kiln

   • lever
   • light bulb
   • lighthouse
   • linear motor
   • linen
   • liquid crystal display (LCD)
   • locks and keys
   • locomotive
   • loom
   • LORAN
   • lubrication

   • machine
   • machine tools
   • maglev
   • marine engine
   • mass production
   • mechanization and automation
   • metallurgy
   • microphone
   • mining
   • monorail
   • motor

   • navigation
   • nanotechnology
   • nuclear submarine

   • optical fiber

   • pantograph
   • pen
   • pencil
   • periscope
   • phonograph
   • photography, analog
   • pottery and porcelain
   • propeller
   • pulley
   • pump

   • radio
   • railroad
   • railways, early history
   • ratchet
   • reciprocating engine
   • refrigeration
   • regelation
   • remote control
   • riveting

   • screw
   • seaplane
   • semaphore
   • servomechanism
   • sewing machine
   • ship
   • shock absorber
   • silk
   • snorkel
   • sonar
   • sound recording
   • spark plug
   • spinning
   • spring
   • stealth technology
   • submarine
   • subway

   • tape recorder
   • textiles
   • turbine

   • valve

   • Wankel engine
   • weaving
   • welding
   • wheel
   • winch
   • wire
   • wool

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