What heat engines are called steam turbines?

A steam turbine is a heat engine in which steam energy is converted into mechanical work.
In the blade apparatus of a steam turbine, the potential energy of compressed and heated water vapor is converted into kinetic, which in turn is converted into mechanical work – rotation of the turbine shaft.

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