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Have you ever thought about doing a video on the quietest place on earth at Orfield Laboratories in Minneapolis ?
@Drew Sharp Thanks sooo much!!!
@Jeremy TateHow Things Work Roger Jean Segalat
I adore you and your work so much
Watching Destin get bolder with each test was amazing. He went from Super cautious safety nerd, to " hold my beer " after about 4 tries hahaha
@Dakoder II Yeah I saw that. Dude was so lucky. The company that made the rifle did some destructive testing and it turned out it was an ammunition problem. I'm not a fan of that breach design, personally think a falling block design would be easier and stronger. That video shows the importance in wearing safety glasses. The plug from that rifle hit his safety glasses instead of him and probably saved his life as I don't believe he would have been conscious otherwise.
@Dakoder II It wasn't because the rifle was cheap, it was because the ammo was severely overcharged. In fact the results would've probably been more severe in any other type of rifle. Mark Serbu (the owner of the company that made the rifle) did full investigation into the matter and was fully transparent every step of the way and Kentucky Ballistics continues to praise him and his guns.
@Parents of Twins Reminds me of that video where dude shot a cheap 50 cal sniper rifle and it blew up in his face and severely injured him. He's back at it again but a little more cautious now. 😂
Gotta get the thumbnail
Destin, you inspired me to become an engineer. Years ago when I was fresh out of the military you were kind enough to correspond with me via email about various photography techniques. I now work in aviation engineering. Along that trail to get to where I am today I worked as an automotive mechanic and I have a lot of these tools and a curious mind. It's very difficult to convince myself to be responsible and not try this at home 😂. Thank you for always staying curious and helping to inspire more people to be as well. I promise I probably won't try this at home. Maybe at work though.
I really enjoyed this video. Since you’re planning to explore other methods of fuel injection, I think it would be extremely cool to see a comparison between a typical car’s fuel injectors (~350cc/min) and a big methanol fuel injector, like top fuel/high end drag racing uses (the biggest individual injectors I’m aware of are advertised as being able to flow over 11,000 cc/min, or 1050 pounds per hour of fuel).
This would be so cool!
What's the flow rate of one of them 100,000 hp cargo ship engines?
So many of us have food on our table because of people like Dean. He deserves some appreciation
Thats sad.What a dreary life you lead.
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It's so hard to explain how fuel is delivered to a vehicle if somebody has never seen it actually happen. This is literally the best showcase of how fuel injectors work. Amazing job. as always!
Its hard to explain if a person is a simp.
@rotoR Col. Diesel engines(from this video) most commonly use a "rack".(the master fuel pump injector system is more conplicated to explain.) The rack is a gear that connects all the pumping pistons. A pump piston squeezes the diesel to increase pressure till its respective injector fires. The pumping piston has a (albeit weird) v groove cut into its side. There is a bypass pinhole in the cylinder. It is worth noting the pump piston and cylinder are rather tight tolerance. What controls the amount of fuel injected is determined by where this v groove passes the bypass hole in the cylinder wall. The pump piston rotates according to the rack position.
@Andreas Kist. Where was the electricity for the electromagnetic valve in this video.
@Darkknight512 She's dang'ol squirter i tell ya what!
@bmxscape not a 2 stroke diesel. However, they are complicated to say the least.
If you filmed those flames in front of a solid black backdrop you could totally sell them on stock footage sites. I'd buy every one of them! Absolutely mesmerizing!
15:20 looks like a donut... awesome 🙂.
12:22 - you talk about the radial boundary being based on the stoichiometry, which is a factor, but also consider that there is flow happening! As the stream pushes outwards, it is carrying fuel mass and air (vapors) outwards, which continues to push the flame front in addition to the AF gradient. Super awesome stuff to think about! Thanks for this video!!
That last shot of the flame engulfing the whole screen in slowmo with the background music 15:40 was literal 🔥
Loved this video! Excellent work. When you talked about the burn boundary of the jet I started thinking about ignition alternatives to the torch. For example, as you are applying pressure to the pump lever, there is likely a lever position where optimal fuel has been expelled. At that position, a contact could engage and a spark plug in front of the nozzle could ignite the jet. Then to experiment with burn boundary, the spark plug could be moved closer or further from the nozzle to determine where the optimal fuel-air boundary is, Like you often do with your videos, you get the creative juices going. Thanks.
Thank you Dean for supporting the right to repair and help keep old stuff running.
Still made in America..👍🏽
Love your comment and what Dean does to the right to repair.
@Michael Murray To themselves, maybe.
@Brendandorando even manic mudslims needs easy food, to support their loads of dysfunctional kids... 🐖💨🧕🏾🤷🏼
At precisely 9:43 I yelled out loud "HA HA! Nice." I always love learning how stuff works and today I have gotten smarter. Thanks!
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Though your videos are extremely interesting and informative, it's your attitude and warmth that keeps me coming back for more. You're an inspiration for us all to be better people. Thanks!
This is my favorite episode of Smarter Every Day. The music, the visuals, and the mechanical engineering - I love it all. Thank you for this video.
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Whenever I have electricity I'm getting smarter every day with you, Destin! Thank you! With love from Ukraine!
As a mechanic myself, I am always impressed by the ingenuity of the people who designed the first engines and automobiles over 100 years ago now! Seriously impressive minds!
Not really. Why would you call something that at best is only 25% efficient impressive?
13:10 this is why old diesel engines had to be started with an external flame put in to warm the motor
I want to thank Smarter Every Day for the incredible footage and well though out demonstrations featured here. I know films like this take days and weeks to create and produce. And thank you for showing us the wonders of every day items. I knew the pressures of a injector, but never knew why, now I do.
Corvette designed the first gas injection system which was based off diesel.
@Slopoke Exactly what is was gonna say. Like they were innately born with it or something. Same for other revolutionary inventions and people who build machinery to make other machines!
That part was amazing when you noticed the fuel ratio gradient. It is amazing to be a mechanical engineer. Theoretical knowledge isn't enough to understand the complexity of these mechanisms. Your videos helped me a lot to understand these things. It is true that particular type of fuel requires certain amount of air to get ignited (stoichiometry ratio is for complete combustion). Thanks buddy @smartereveryday
I had a full set of those “how things work” books on my shelf as a kid! Loved reading through them, especially the steam locomotive.Great video Destin!Oh, and I think the limit you were looking for is the flammability limit, the ratios between which combustion will occur for a given fuel/oxidiser mix.
I've got the set of 4, I always wondered if there were more? Amazon sometimes has them, but they are as rare as hen's teeth.
same here! i only have 3 left, but i remember reading those things everyday. im 49 now, man its been a spell
Great video Destin! As a guy who collects antique diesel engines I can safely say that the ingenuity and precision achieved by the early pioneers of solid fuel injection is amazing! Consider that the injector nozzle designs of Robert Bosch (the type you had with the little nipple in the center) which were perfected in the early 1930s only really fell out of favor in the 1980s!
This actually was a great representation of the importance of having a good spark(ignition source) along with proper fuel dispersion. Very cool.
Well, today I learned some of the fundamentals of fuel injection. Also, I was not expecting those finale slo-mo's to be as extraordinary as they were.
@SuperTornadoGun pretty sure hes a car guy and has a mclaren, could be wrong tho.
today you watched a guy burn some fuel.
No way hankvenom is here
@SuperTornadoGun fr lmao
Destin, loved the video. Wish I would’ve had this to reference back when I was trying to learn all of this stuff. Just a side note for 13:57 all diesels are direct injected because that’s the only way you can control timing, the fuel has to be injected at the right time in the compression stroke so the combustion happens a certain number of degrees of crankshaft rotation before the piston reaches top dead center. Gasoline engines can be port or direct injected because their timing, or point of combustion, is determined by when the spark plug fires and ignites the mixture
Your channel is so cool! Your videos are always well explained, very clear, and super interesting! There is obviously a LOT of effort going into these!
This is awesome to watch from a car guy perspective. Tractors are got big simplified car engines. It makes learning about engines a lot easier. Thank you destin !!!
Such a great video Justin! Could you add all these kind of videos on a playlist? will be helpful to find them later! Thank you for show us and let us learn with you!
I wonder how a flame would interact with laminar gasoline flow? Because there is no turbulence would it just never ignite, or maybe the flame being a flow of it's own would disturb the laminar flow and cause the turbulence needed for ignition. These are the thoughts you make us think, Destin 😂
@Hero While I agree gasoline shouldn't be used by the uninitiated to start fires. It's still my favorite way to kick off a big fire. Granted, as you point out the timeline needs to be tightly controlled and you still want to be a good 6-10ft back and using a long stick to start it. Lit my hand and leg on fire once trying out a new gasoline 'experiment' (read: me being an idiot).
@Hero Same goes for pouring gasoline on a lit fire. Dangerous, but at least predictable. However, I've seen what happens when someone doesn't pour it close enough and it just pools on the ground, apparently harmless... until it explodes. If gasoline doesn't burn immediately, get back and stay there until it does.
Modern higher efficiency gasoline engines use direct injection like this so it has to be possible some how haha. They use an electronically controlled injector that is way more precise than the injectors shown in this video. Instead of an injection pump having to override a spring they have a constant supply of super high pressure fuel (25000 psi plus) fed to them and an electric solenoid opens and closes a valve to pulse in the fuel. They are so precise that they can fire 20+ times per power stroke of the engine. Crazy fast! Haha.
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As the turbulence increases flame front speed increases. This is important becuase at low rpm the time for combustion isn't long enough for the time availible at high rpm. However, as rpm increases the turbulence increases and the flame front from the spark actually travels faster and keeps up with the shortened time allowed for combustion.
I would LOVE to see a video on exactly how these injectors are made. Modern common rail injectors are astonishing feats of engineering.
Looks like you re-invented a flamethrower there 😄
Great video as usual. I especially liked the perfect demonstration and explanation of the stoichiometric ratio in action. How about a video on an oil burner (heat or hot water)? That would seem like the perfect blend of diesel, fuel injection with spark ignition working together efficiently.
I love how you take some of the simplest and well used things around us and explain how they work. As a mechanic I know how they work however it is awesome to see them work in slow motion
Amazing that this technology is decades old. It’s even more incredible to see how they have improved over the years to pre chamber injection etc to maximize every single bit of energy from the fuel.
I love how your accent saturation changes depending on when you are narrating vs talking to people. Do you have a saturation dial you turn to adjust how southern you sound. I love it.
It was very evident on the tractor pull video too.
@Yora Or works the other way, like a NY/NJ accent has taken over Miami to WPB. I grew up in Jacksonville near the GA border, but always had Northerners since a port and winter retreat in late 1800's, so a mild Southern accent which seems to extend to Waycross, GA. Southern accents vary, from the deep and thoughtful Tidewater VA planter to the twangy Appalachian. The later might be closer to how 1700's Scots talked, maintained due to isolation. BTW, Hollywood usually gets it wrong, showing Confederate flags in Appalachia while most there supported the Union.
Everyone does that. If you're in a different part of a country for a while, you even start imitating the locals.Which isn't a bad thing and they won't notice. To them, that's just your native accent going away.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a case of code switching gone wrong. There's slight changes to your accent that matches your audience, then there's full-on faking it and taking it to the extreme to appear in-touch, as she demonstrates. Clip-Share it if you'd like a good cringe.
@javan napoli Us 'mericans can't tell a British from Aussie accent, nor New Zealand, and still trying to figure out where the Geico lizard is from.
Just want to say thanks. 60-something me has been inspired by you. I know little about mechanics. So now when something breaks and needs disposal I now am curious about how it works. So if possible I take it apart. I examine it and ask questions. I notice the construction and wonder how genius it is. I developed an appreciation for engineering and the mechanisms that I take for granted. I find myself saddened by my own history of merely throwing things away instead learning how to refurbish it or have it refurbished or sent off for recycling. I appreciate the tractor parts business. It is the right thing to do. So much good can come from positive inspiration. I am brought to humbly meditate on God’s greater design for me and the universe by asking questions about how man-made things function. Thank you for that.🙏Smarter Everyday = Blessings everyday.
hearing Destin laughing and giggling is super fun! watching the video is also fun! Thanks for the video
Really neat video Destin! Thanks for all the effort you put into these.
splendid piece of work, man. those in-line shots showing the inward movement of the combustion gases are brilliant. thank you, so much. -C
@hello there, how are you doing this blessed day?
Awesome video, Destin. A lot of general aviation aircraft now use fuel injection (vs. carburetors) so it is cool to see it in action!
@Skinflaps Meatslapper not just that, but it’s easier to adjust the air/fuel ratio as the altitude changes.
@Xmysef It's not the primary reason, as most fuel injected aircraft aren't capable of inverted flight. Fuel injection is more efficient for a number of reasons, and you don't have to worry about carb icing up either. You can sort of make a carb work inverted with a few tricks, but if you want extended and reliable inverted flight, then fuel injection is necessary.
@Air Safety Institute Yeah, below 180HP, as I said. Above that point it's uncommon to see a carb.
@Skinflaps MeatslapperIsn’t the reason for that because a fuel injected engine can work perfectly upside down or in any angle?
@Skinflaps Meatslapper carbureted aircraft are still relatively common in the wider GA fleet
Thank you very much for the video's that you put out alot of this stuff people will never get a chance to see you let us into that special few that end up seeing stuff like this it just baffles the mind it's freaking awesome thank you for such awesome footage.
As an engineer myself, (and motorhead) I understand this stuff, but it's great to actually see it in action.Great video as ever, thanks.
Ok as usual everything was fascinating. I just have to say your music selection during combustion was absolutely spot on. You could have easily went with some metal guitar nonsense but that choice was masterful. Thanks so much for taking us along.
Love your passion and dedication. Thanks for the cool explanation🙏
I love how Destin goes from nuclear submarines to tractor parts to apollo mission technology to tractor pulls to the incredibly wide myriad of subjects on his popular videos list. This guy is just a grown up curious little kid who gets to explore all of his dreams and take us along for the ride!
Click for the chicken head, stay for the rocket surgery
@IndyView Productions I think you would be shocked by the number of people who are completely bereft of curiosity. There is a large swath of our population who without constant stimuli would simply be idle, and merely lament their hunger.
We're all just as curious, but we don't have an 8 core processor like Destin. We're still running windows 95 if we're lucky. 😁He explains things so well, I understand most everything he says to a good degree. His explanations are worded perfectly so we can understand some rather complex scenarios.Not this one tho. It's easy, I mean, it's fire. argh, argh, argh, FIRE GOOD!!! Great stuff Destin, this looked like it was really fun to do.
I'd imagine his mind works like most of ours... We find a quriosity, look up what we can to satisfy our minds, then move on to the next one. It just takes more to satisfy Justin's mind!We all get to benifit from his quriosity. Works out quite well I think.
The joy of watching high tech rednecks at play! (Can you say supersonic baseball cannon? 😃)Remember, growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional!
I understand it as air can only react to the fuel it touches, so to have a perfect combustion, you need to have a great fuel surface. Hence why mist does better explosion than big drop of fuel, because almost all the fuel is in contact with air instead of trap in a drop and waiting O2 to ignit.
Amazing! What a beatiful video! I was wondering if it's possible to ignite a little part of the fuel using only the Oxigen inside the molecule?
Cool! Maybe it would be interesting to mention in the next video the connection between premixed/diffusion flames and soot and why you could do that relatively safely with a diffusion system, not with a pre mixed mixture ;-)
That is one of your best high speed shot ever. I love seeing the fuel vaporize and explode in a bright orange glow.
That was awesome to see!!! Thanks for sharing!
Fuel injector flame thrower when?
Thanks for sharing Dustin. Watching the fire balls in slow motion made me think of solarflares coming off a Star. Gas escaping from the star and bursting into long streaks of fire... question I'd love answered is where does the "spark" come from in SPACE? (Guess it's time to get smarter everyday, and look into it)
I started my engineering career as an intern at John Deere's Engine Engineering group working with the emissions team. Injection, swirl, and combustion patterns were a big deal. I'm looking forward to the rest of the videos in this series!
I fully, 100%, love the fact that you love learning as you do. I've always stood over shoulders trying to soak up as much as I can. I'm also grateful for the internet for this reason. Keep teaching, I'll keep learning....thank you!
Thank you Dustin for making yet another very safe Clip-Share friendly and profitable video. I’m so glad you’ve moved away from unique creative new and interesting content and instead went with fuel injectors and slow motion. Genius
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Super cool video.
Let's get started 🤣🤣
I don't trust you, You Rig Everything!
Use these nozzles for your burn tests
Hello Mr Scratches at a level 6, with deeper groves at level 7.
Awesome video like always. Love the Channel. What I found interesting is that the flame of the torch isnt visible in the slow motion, why is that?
this would've been a great opportunity to visualize how much of a difference in flammability the atomisation can achieve especially with diesel fuel which in liquid form cant even be lit with a match or lighter
Great channel, I am one that loves your passion for teaching and learning as well. If you may, could I know the titles to your books. I would love to read and learn more in my life. Thank you and I look forward to more content from you. Be well.
Fantastic video. Been working with diesels and petrols for years so awesome to see the open air burn!
Great video and explanation. I am currently hearing a lecture about ICEs for my bachelors in mechanical engineering. Tomorrow we are going on a field excursion to the test stand that is run by the institute for ICEs
This is such an easy way to explain LEL and HEL. It's something that I have a hard time explaining to new technicians within my industry. Although we don't use fuel injectors, it does correlate directly to it.
nice work , also these diesel injectors are exposed to chamber where combustion happens and they get extremely hot and it helps the fuel to ignite better, now you much smarter 😇
Great video as always, Destin! I especially love the subtitles at 16:12 😂
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When you have fire and nervous giggling, you know you’re at the cutting edge of science.
I learned so much from this video in a way I cannot explain but thank you. Like honestly so weirdly interesting
Love how you make very hard to understand things easy to understand.... Keep making me Smarter Every Day
I would like to point out that in addition to the stoichiometry of the fuel as it leaves the nozzle and mixes with the air, there's also the velocity of the fuel leaving the nozzle vs the burn speed of the fuel. If the fuel velocity is higher than the burn speed, it won't move towards the nozzle. From the moment the fuel leaves the nozzle, it is slowing down.
Awesome video Destin as always I really liked the part where you laugh like a mad scientist at 9:45 time 😂
The last few slomo shot were incredible, I mean i was so mesmerised to see stuff that you cannot normally witness. Thank you Destin for the fantastic content that you share here, and this is what we need.
@SmarterEveryDay I would love to know what those 2 books you referenced were, being in the automotive field I’m always looking to Learn new things. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for saying kind things!
Dustin, it would be amazing to see yourself and Jacob create a liquid-fuel rocket engine. Just listening to you two talk about about the fuel-injector for that International tractor made me want to see you two work on the injectors for a liquid-fuel rocket engine.
Thank you, Destin. Your vids always always wake up my 7th grade kid in me who wanted to be an astronaut and loved science, especially physics. I work in a totally different industry now haha. Keep up the good work! God bless you and your family.
Love these types of video, excellent work. Dean, thanks for helping perfectly good tractors continuing to work.
Those slo-mo burning patterns were so beautiful. Came for science, stayed for the art.
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Can you do a video of the difference of a high performance fuel injector vs a regular one with the slow mo?
14:36 I love how you can see the individual pixels of the camera sensor reflected in the inside of the lens around the fuel injector.
There are some great modern books about internal combustion engines too! Many including me consider “internal combustion engine fundamentals” by Heywood to be the engine bible. Please be mindful of creating misconceptions. In the end you are in a position to teach many people through your videos. Thanks for the great content!
love that last shot, and this is very interesting i never knew there were fuel injectors like this, ive only ever dealt with efi and carbureted engines
Those were some of the clearest, crisp, sharpest slow motion images of fire I've ever seen. Absolutely beautiful and mesmerizing. I absolutely love this channel. Thank you Destin.
Not saying these shots aren’t fantastic, but I’d highly suggest you check out The Slo Mo Guys if you like that kind of high quality slo mo!
As a robot i find this video extreme attractive
you just made a certain pair of guys sad, slowly sad :)
It probably helps when the thing you're filming produces it's own light XDHalf the difficulty to slow mo shooting is that each frame of video has so little time to collect light that things either need to be really well lit, or end up looking darker, or the shutter speed is adjusted for more light but blurrier images.
I love you, your brain, your avid sense of curiosity, and all the educational/informational content that comes from it!
Excellent, thanks Dustin! As one who works for Cat on the bigger diesels, I appreciate this greatly.
Hey Destin, I have a question. Considering how much simpler fuel injectors are in comparison to carburators, why is that the latter was the first standard for machines? Is there something tech special about fuel injectors that justifies that?
It would be interesting to see how race fuel would burn. Like would it react quicker? Different color? If I remember correctly de natured alcohol burns blue. That’d be cool to see in slo mo. A video on hydrogen engines like the one in that Toyota sedan would be another cool video topic. As always dude, cool video 🤘🏻
What were the names of the two books you referenced? 12:54 Thank you for always making your videos fun and descriptive at the same time. Your curiosity into every subject makes me interested to learn how it all works. I wish you were my science teacher in high school 🙂
@Herman Von Petri You deserve the best-answered-question-of-a-youtube-comment-award of this year.
@Herman Von Petri thanks so much!!
@Herman Von Petri Thanks!
Those are a set called "How Things Work" and there are at least four volumes in the set. They are credited to illustrator Roger Jean Segalat and originally published by Edito-Service SA, Geneva but released in the USA by Simon + Schuster, and George Allen & Unwin in England.How do I know? Because my dad gave me a set when I was younger and I have them in my hands right now. They're wonderful!
I'd also like to know!
Watching flames in time lapse is absolutely insane to me. Love it. Just blows my mind
it was interesting to me when i learned the difference between "detonation" (flame front advances due to the supersonic shockwave) and "deflagration" (flame front advances due to motion of the temperature gradient) and that one is preferable to the other. at least in gas engines, "normal" is "deflagration" -- and "detonation" is also known as "knocking" which can damage the engine; is the same true in diesel?
This is the first video I've watched where it really hit me how incredible the high speed camera is. It's mind boggling, and it's only going to improve.
That's awesome! Nice to see a good company like that, making parts for other really important people (farmers etc)... very nice.
That slow motion video of the flame moving towards the camera was insane. Really mesmerizing
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When I went to mechanic school, I was fortunate enough to have an instructor that studied the intricate details of every part of the vehicle.One of the coolest injector designs he showed us was a diesel injector that uses a stack of piezoelectric crystals to open a valve.
Love how much fun you have doing this. Awesome. Time for me to go though. I am off to light something on fire in the back yard.
Amazing. The elder scrolls 6 should have these as their fire effects. Also, i worked around hydraulics for years without understanding there was a multiplication of force happening in hydraulics much like your snatch block video. If you haven’t done a “Hydraulics are awesome” video you should.
That was hilarious on the first slow Mo. Your reaction was so behind the fire Destin. Thanks for the added emphasis!
9:52 Destin's slow motion reaction is so far the best thing I've seen this year.
Its only January
"It was at that moment he knew...He done F'd up"or "If I go home with no eyebrows, my wife is gonna kill me"
Put the captions on. It says, ".....". lol
Yes, it looks like his mind rapidly went "oops, glad I used safety goggles but if that thing would have caused any bigger fireball, I'd be missing some of my hair nonetheless".
More tractor stuff please! 🤘🤘🤘 Keep up the good work! Thanks! Greez from Switzerland
Great video. Even though I’m an Aussie, I have to agree that it’s great seeing that “made in the USA” sticker. I’m so sick of everything being produced in China and being junk quality. USA and Australia need to bring back more manufacturing to our countries. As consumers, this will cost us more, but it is worth it in my opinion for better quality products and supporting local businesses in our countries.
Love you Destin! Thanks for another great video!
Hope a video or turbulent jet ignition comes next! It gets used in F1 engines and utilises a pre chamber before the main chamber to ignite a smaller quantity of fuel air mixture.
Destin -- a thousand thanks for doing your own closed captions. I love how all the technology terms are correct and the conversations are accurately portrayed. How I wish everyone would do this!
Just wanted to clarify that I meant "all Clip-Sharers who go the extra length". My glide typing habit makes me type fast but can lead to inaccuracies sometimes.
Yes, ask Clip-Sharers who hi the extra length of putting accurate captions are underrated and those are the ones I usually support first on Patreon.
big up for letting everyone keep up
Yes, BIG thank you for that!!
this is legitimately so cool and interesting made my day and i'll never look at an engine the same again. the beauty of engineering, physics and chemistry
I'd be interested in how different grades of fuel and fuel additives effect the combustion and temperature.
i love how relaxing this videos are.
Awesome to see the flame catch-up to the misty cloud of fuel. I’m sure you could give the speed of the fuel coming out of the injector, and the speed that the flame reaches to engulf the whole cloud. Looks cool.. cheers for sharing
It's heartwarming to see an adult having fun learning out of curiosity like a child! ❤️
i get that feeling when going to different construction sites and we get to see and test other workers' tools, or learned how they work on their own specialty, we look like kids with new toys
The only difference between an adult and a child is the price of toys ;)
He has such child-like wonder about the world and human engineering