10 Educational Mechanical Engineering Videos

We’ve had a good look around YouTube and dug up a great collection of educational mechanical engineering videos. There’s a wide range of information here from simple maths tutorial to explanations of the inner workings of the internal combustion engine. We hope you enjoy watching and if you have any favorites of your own please drop a comment in the box at the bottom of the page.

1. Gas Turbine Animation

Nice animation and explanation of the workings of a gas turbine

2. Discrete Time Signals Lecture

This particular lecture is chosen slightly at random from a massive selection of videos on this channel. Check out the full set on the YouTube page at http://www.youtube.com/user/nptelhrd

3. The Fourier Transform

A good, short explanation of the Fourier Transform. It’s always good to remind oneself of the fundamentals!

4. Strain Gage Tutorial

A great tutorial explaining how to attach a strain gauge to an aluminum plate.

5. Sampling rate, Nyquist Frequency and Aliasing

A short, sharp and to the point illustrated example of aliasing and the Nyquist Frequency.

6. How a Differential Works

A really cool, retro 1930’s information film on how a differential works. Stick with it there is a point to the motorcycles at the start!

7 How a Wind Turbine Works

A quick explanation of how a wind turbine generates electricity.

8. 4-Cycle Internal Combustion Engine

A great how-it-works video explaining the workings of the 4-stroke engine

9. The doppler effect and red shift-a beginners guide

Another good explanation of a fundamental principle

10. How Fuel Cells Work

Nice explanation of advantages and challenges of fuel cells

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8 thoughts on “10 Educational Mechanical Engineering Videos

  1. Ya


    Brilliant collection. Would definitely ‘entertain’ the students. I will consider making use of some of them.



  2. vinay

    good collection for engineering and science students. This will spur them to search more about these topics. Hope we see more such for mechatronics and control engineering..

  3. Samantha L.

    @ Alice Taylor

    I couldn’t agree more. The videos were perfectly made for a person who is new to mechanical engineering.

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