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Engineering Physics 253 – 2012

Engineering Physics 253 – 2012

so you sign up for a five year bachelor’s degree that takes most people six or seven years takes 220 credits to complete and it involves all the hardest courses that the engineering faculty provides and in exchange you get a BASc just like everybody who finishes Mechanical or Geo or whatever right and so […]

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Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Collectively, scientists are our biggest thinkers, our problem solvers, the most logical among us, so let’s look at how their views on some of the most important issues facing humanity compare to the general public’s feelings about those same issues, using data from surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center. Scientists overwhelmingly agree that the […]

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Connecting Curriculum to the Real World in the Global STEM Challenges Program

Connecting Curriculum to the Real World in the Global STEM Challenges Program

Hello Fairfax County Public Schools I’m Dr. Brabrand. It’s another day in schools were here at Edison High School at their Global STEM challenges program. I know this started with an innovation grant from the Governor of Virginia and the Department of Education just a couple of years ago. Tell me a little bit about […]

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Lec 11 | MIT 18.086 Mathematical Methods for Engineers II
Lec 19 | MIT 18.086 Mathematical Methods for Engineers II
Why Elon Musk Created Neuralink (feat. Real Science)

Why Elon Musk Created Neuralink (feat. Real Science)

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Curiosity Steam. Sign up today and get free access to my new Logistics of D-Day series on Nebula. Over the last decade Elon Musk has become one of the most famous men on the planet. Revolutionising the banking, automotive, rocket, and energy industries in a […]

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Lec 15 | MIT 18.086 Mathematical Methods for Engineers II
Mathematical Modeling: Multiple Balances

Mathematical Modeling: Multiple Balances

This screencast will show how to develop mathematical models which involve more than one differential equation. The problem that we’re going to analyze is shown on the screen, and what it shows is we have a blending tank which mixes two streams with different mass flow rates with different concentrations of salt. The tank is […]

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‘Hey Bill Nye, What If the World Were Run by Scientists and Engineers?’

Wei: Hi Bill. My name is Wei. I’m an electronic engineer coming from China. A big fan to your show by the way. My question is hypothetically instead of politicians if the world were only run by engineers and scientists would it be a better place in your opinion? Thanks. Bill Nye: Wei. Thank you […]

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The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

If you flip through the pages of just about any physics textbook, you will probably find a picture of a roller coaster loop illustrating the concept of centripetal acceleration. Textbook problems often portray loops that are perfectly circular in order to simplify calculations, but in reality, roller coaster loops are not circular at all. The […]

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