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NASASciFiles - The Channel Tunnel (2004)
NASA Sci Files segment exploring the development, design, and creation of the Channel Tunnel.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Transportation; Train; Automobile; English Channel; Channel Tunnel; Nepoleon; France; Great Britain; Geology; Ventilation; Problem; Solution; Scientific Exploration; Study; Ice Age; Sea Level; Technicians; Kilometer; Transatlantic Tunnel; Sea Floor; Anchors;
Duration: 00:04:30
Popularity (downloads): 3673
 
NASA Connect - WATMTG - Microgravity Combustion (2004)
NASA Connect segment explaining how fires in space act differently than on earth. The segment also explores flamelets and the idea of slope on a position versus time graph.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Slope; Time Graph; Position Graph; Flamelet; Fire; Space; Relationship; Carbon Dioxide; Smoke; Oxygen; Ventilation; Air Flow; Gravity;
Duration: 00:05:14
Popularity (downloads): 1509
 
NASA Connect - Who Added the Micro To Gravity (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment involving students in a web activity to understand apparent weight. The activity also involves an elevator design project....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Web Activity; Dan's Domain; Apparent Weight; Elevator Project; Astronauts; Outerspace; Design; Accelerate; Velocity; Motion; Mathematics; Graphing; Microgravity; Postion; Student Activity; Measurement; Metric; Experimentation; Data; Math Concepts; Ratios; Scientists; Research; Micro; Mikros; Moon; Earth; Distance; Gravitational Acceleration; Number; Unit; Time; Slope; Time Graph; Position Graph; Flamelet; Fire; Space; Relationship; Carbon Dioxide; Smoke; Oxygen; Ventilation; Air Flow; Gravity; Students; Buoyancy-Induced Convection; Trends; Density; Temperature; Graphs; Volume; Frontal Polymerization; Convection; Interfacial;
Duration: 00:28:30
Popularity (downloads): 1646
 
NASASciFiles - The Case of the Radical Ride (2004)
NASA Sci Files video containing the following ten segments. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the future of transportation involving concept cars and how new vehicles will look like in...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Transportation; Concept Cars; Research; General Motors; Autonomy; Fuel Cell; Biwire; Technology; Battery; Energy; Recharchable; Hydrogen; Oxygen; Electricity; Heat; Gasoline; Processes; Consumer Research; Brainstorming; Engineering Design Process; Scientific Method; Problem-solving; Data; Physics; Gravity; Friction; Auto Industry; Transmission; Engine; Simulation; Hyper-X; Controlled Flight; History; Future; Birds; Wright Brothers; Automobile; Engineering Design Process; Model; Testing; Redesign; Iteration; Cycles; Project Plan; Evaluate; Hovercraft; Solution; Aircraft; Space Travel; Tourists; Outerspace; Personal Air Vehicle; Supersonic Aircraft; Sonic Booms; Air Taxi; Automobile; Wheel; Steam Engine; Combustion Engine; Model T Ford; Mesopotamia; Nicolas Joseph Cugnot; Gottlieb Daimler;; Karl Benz; Aerodynamics; Drag; Air Resistance; Bicycle; Asia; Mass Transportation; Locomotives; Trains; Subway; Trolley; Horse Cars; Prototype; Tons; Pounds; Horsepower; Air Pressure; Air Supply; Weight; Lift; Weight; Thrust; Forces of Flight; Scale; Ratio; F-18; Design; Wind Tunnel; Safety; Environmentally Friendly; Blended Wing Body; Subsonic; Efficiency; Wing Span; Student Activity; Friction; Mouse Trap; Rubber Bands; Propulsion; Work; Force; Simple Machines; Axles; Trials; Meter; PAV; Airports; Airspace System; Highways; Small Aircraft Transportation System; SATS; Concept; Streamline; Robotic; Gridlock Commuter; Intermodal Delay; Hangar; Airpark; Traffic; English Channel; Channel Tunnel; Nepoleon; France; Great Britain; Geology; Ventilation; Problem; Solution; Scientific Exploration; Study; Ice Age; Sea Level; Technicians; Kilometer; Transatlantic Tunnel; Sea Floor; Anchors;
Duration: 00:58:55
Popularity (downloads): 1763
 

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