Introduction to Centrifugal governor
Centrifugal governor is also known as watt governor or centrifugal governor. British engineer James Watt was designed in 1788 for the steam engine speed control of his commercial partner Matthew Bolton. Watt never applied for the invention, because since the 17th century, the centrifugal governor has been used to monitor the distance and pressure between the windmill and the windmill, so the general public thinks that Watt invented the device is wrong. . The physical object is a cone-and-swing structure connected to the steam engine valve, which uses the principle of negative feedback to control the running speed of the steam engine. This is also the first automatic control system.