Practical Engineering Videos
‘Grady Hillhouse is a civil engineer in San Antonio, Texas. The goal for Practical Engineering is to increase exposure and interest in the field of engineering, highlight that connection between the world around us and the energy, passion, and thought that goes into making it a nicer place to live (Practical Engineering, 2021).’
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Flow in Pipes
Compress Air with No Moving Parts! – Trompe
How Does a Hydraulic Ram Pump Work?
How to Collapse a Pipe by Opening a Valve
What’s That Infrastructure? (Ep. 4 – Subsurface Utilities)
How to Measure Flow with Magnets – (Magnetic Flow Meters)
Boil Water at Room Temperature! – Hydrostatics
How Do Flood Control Structures Work?
How Does Permeable Pavement Work?
Rivers on Mars! (and other uses for hydraulic models)
The 100 Year Flood Is Not What You Think It Is (Maybe)
Groundwater Flow Demonstration Model
How are Underwater Structures Built?
How Quicksand Causes Dam Failures
Sand Castle Holds Up A Car! – Mechanically Stabilized Earth
Why Does Road Construction Take So Long?
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