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Crash Course Engineering

Episodes

Season 1
Today we’re going to start thinking about materials that are used in engineering. We’ll...
Season 1
Engineers use three processes to separate chemicals: distillation, which separates...
Season 1
Today we’re talking about mass transfer. It doesn’t just apply to objects and fluids as a...
Season 1
Today we’re going to explain how exchangers...exchange heat. We’ll look at concentric...
Season 1
Today we’re talking about heat transfer and the different mechanisms behind it. We’ll...
Season 1
Today we’ll dive further into fluid flow and how we can use equipment to apply our skills...
Season 1
Today we’re talking all about fluid mechanics! We’ll look at different scales that we...
Season 1
Cycles are a big deal in engineering. Today we’ll explain what they are and how they’re...
Season 1
We’ve introduced the 0th and 1st laws of thermodynamics, so now it’s time to move on to...
Season 1
In today’s episode we’ll explore thermodynamics and some of the ways it shows up in our...
Season 1
How do we design the most efficient machines and processes? Today we’ll try to figure...
Season 1
Today Shini explains the law of conservation, beginning with simple, steady-state systems...
Season 1
We’ve discussed the four main branches of engineering but there are so many other fields...
Season 1
Today we’ll cover the fourth and final of our core disciplines of engineering: chemical...
Season 1
Today we continue our tour through the major fields of engineering with a look at...
Season 1
We’re beginning our engineering journey with a tour through the major branches. Today...
Season 1
In our first episode of Crash Course Engineering, Shini explains what engineering is, and...


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