How solar saves sea turtles and the future of fishing: Jesse Senko: Arizona State University (ASU)

– I never would imagine how many different groups of people would be involved, saving sea turtles. (peaceful music) – People love sea turtles. And I don’t know why people love sea turtles, but they’re an important thing to many, many people and it’s not just around the coast. You can go anywhere in this […]

inverter ac vs non inverter ac electricity consumption in hindi urdu /english subtitle

hello friends welcome to my channel today we are going to compare inverter ac vs non inveerter ac electricity consumption like share sub we have a inverter ac which is gree 1 ton and second one is lg non inverter ac lets compare them friends we have a little sutup we attached digitle metre and […]

The How, Why, and How Much of Oil

This is a barrel of crude oil. It holds about 42 U.S. gallons or about 159 liters. Each day, the world consumes 88 million of them. 19 million of which are used right here in the U.S. of A. For 150 years now, we’ve been living in a petroleum world. Most experts agree… …that over […]

NASA’s Challenge to 3D Print Future Habitats on Mars

Right now, you’re looking at renderings of human settlements on Mars. These designs were part of NASA’s 3D Printed Habitat Challenge, a 4-year long competition aimed at engineering homes for another planet. The brightest architects and engineers from across the globe put their skills to the test, culminating this year in a nail-biting finale. Two […]

Electric Circuits Part 1 Standard Symbols, Electric Current and Quantity of Electricity

An introduction to electric circuits Standard symbols for electrical components Symbols are used for components and electrical circuit diagram. Some of the more common ones are conductors, fixed resistors, variable resistors, cells, battery of cells, switches, filament lamps, fuses ammeters and voltmeters. Electric current and quantity of electricity All atoms consist of protons, neutrons and […]

The Science of Warp Drives

ISAAC: Suppose you wanted to take a trip to the North Star, like, actually go there. (I hear it’s lovely this time of the century.) Well, the North Star is 4 million billion miles away, and there’s a universal speed limit– the speed of light. Now we don’t have any ships that can go even […]

Project Management 02: What is Project Management

Welcome to Project Management! In this video, I’ll talk about some basic concepts of project management. So, the first question is, what is a project? According to PMI, a project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result. The keywords are “temporary” and “unique” in this definition. The major goal […]

Why SpaceX is Making Starlink

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Brilliant, a problem solving website that teaches you to think like an engineer. On the 24th of May, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket filled with 60 satellites into space. This marked the beginning of their ambitious new project called “Starlink” which aims to provide […]

Chemical engineers’ research may lead to inexpensive, flexible solar cells.

We are working on controlling the microstructure on polymers on the nanometer level in order to create functional device — things that can, for example, generate electricity from sunlight. So our efforts are really focused on being able to develop a new class of, for example, solar cells or photovoltaic devices where we can utilize […]