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    The aim of this thread is to share and collate Youtube content that helps teach engineering theory, or the fundamentals. Videos posted here should be able to help with the teaching of degree level engineering content, and should specifically be aimed at engineering (so no pure maths/physics videos, or promotional/advertising content).

    When you post content, please post a brief description of what it's about and who it might benefit. All engineering disciplines are catered for here.

    Structurefree:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-5...rfzryw1NDsS6zg

    An excellent channel largely based on structures/solid mechanics, as the name might suggest, so useful for aero/civil/mechanical primarily, but worth a look for anyone who as a structural type problem they want to solve. I like this channel because it is broken down into smaller bites, with many videos lasting around the ten minute mark, rather than whole lectures.
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    Randall Manteufel

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC56...-RZUQ/featured

    Based on content from the University of Texas at San Antonio, this channel lectures on thermofluids (a catchall term for thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics and combustion). Broken down into playlists so you can find the content you are looking for quicker.
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    Randall Manteufel

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC56...-RZUQ/featured

    Based on content from the University of Texas at San Antonio, this channel lectures on thermofluids (a catchall term for thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics and combustion). Broken down into playlists so you can find the content you are looking for quicker.
    just in time for revision! thanks for sharing
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    (Original post by bigboateng_)
    just in time for revision! thanks for sharing
    You might like this one...

    University of Queensland Hypersonics

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCma...wwRwg/featured

    As the name suggests, it's based on hypersonic flow, which is where the flow velocity is greater than Mach 5, with the aim of analysing scramjets. Broken down into small chunks, and could be useful for aero-engineering students, as well as some mechanical/chemical depending on what context of fluid mechanics is covered in the course. (I covered some of this in mechanical, but not sure about others or chemical.)
 
 
 
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