• Panama Canal Construction: "Through the Canal Bottom" 1912

    more at http://news.quickfound.net/intl/panama_news.html "Scenes of the Panama Canal under construction." Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panama_Canal The Panama Canal (Spanish: Canal de Panamá) is an 82-kilometre (51 mi) ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. Work on the canal, which began in 1880, was completed in 1914, making it no long...

    published: 26 Mar 2012
  • Panama Canal 2017 !!! Travel Guide

    Hello , welcome to my YouTube channel , i hope you have enjoyed this video. PANAMA CANAL , PANAMA CITY , CANAL kindly subscribe to my Youtube channel by clicking here : http://www.youtube.com/c/iammarwa check out my awesome instagram photos here: https://www.instagram.com/iam_marwa/ Facebook page here : https://www.facebook.com/iamMARWAofficial/ Always feel free to comment on my videos so that i can get to know what you liked most in my video today. I am always grateful you watching my videos. Espanol aqui Hola, bienvenido a mi canal de Youtube, espero que hayas disfrutado este video. Por favor, suscríbase a mi canal de Youtube haciendo clic aquí: http://www.youtube.com/c/iammarwa Echa un vistazo a mis impresionantes fotos de instagram aquí: https://www.instagram.com/iam_marwa/...

    published: 13 Feb 2017
  • Career Snapshot: Systems engineer, NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch

    Meet Cameron Matthews a systems engineer at NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch.

    published: 30 Jul 2012
  • Panama Canal Expansion Engineer Ilya Marotta

    published: 13 Jul 2016
  • Test transit made for new locks of Panama Canal

    With the help of a tugboat, the MN Baroque vessel made a successful test transit through the newly-constructed locks of the Panama Canal on June 9 in Panama City. The Panama Canal Authority hired the ship to finish the trial, before the Agua Clara locks are officially inaugurated on June 26. (Soundbite, Spanish) Ilya Maroma, Canal Expansion Engineer "Today we only make a test transit. ... In the future, closer to June 26, we will probably do one or two lockage a day, not with the Baroque, but some of our own vessels." The 9-year 5.25 billion U.S. dollars canal expansion work featured the third set of locks for the 102-year old canal. 180 feet wide and 1,400 feet long, one end of the new locks is on the Pacific coast on the outskirts of Panama City and one on the northern coast at the c...

    published: 10 Jun 2016
  • Utah engineer to build bridges in Panama

    It's easy to take the basic engineering feats in our community for granted. But something as simple as a footbridge can be a lifeline in other parts of the world. Jed Boal introduces us to a local engineer who's improving lives in Panama. Aired 6 p.m. 3/10/16

    published: 11 Mar 2016
  • What it's Like to Work on the Panama Canal, an Engineering Marvel

    Employees at MWH are typically involved on a variety of projects with challenging work. Not only do they focus on the technical skills of design and construction, but also on the societal aspects of improving quality of life. This blend of opportunities allows them to grow their careers and find satisfaction in their achievements. The work completed by our team on the Panama Canal Expansion project, an engineering marvel, brought all these components together. Our talented professionals from around the world shared their experience on what it was like working on a project of this size. Projects like these are what our employees work on every day, and come from clients that include local, regional and national governments, public and private utilities, financial institutions and insurer...

    published: 13 Aug 2015
  • Panama canal engineers

    -- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.

    published: 27 Feb 2017
  • Panama Canal | PBS America

    Panama Canal - premieres 10.15pm, Tuesday 19 November on PBS America (Sky 534 | Virgin Media 243 | pbsamerica.co.uk) On August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal opened, connecting the world's two largest oceans. Stephen Ives' documentary celebrates one of the world's most daring technological achievements. The French began the canal in 1880, but were ultimately beaten by the enormity of the task and the virulence of the endemic tropical diseases. They left behind not only a partially completed canal, but also a mountain of debt. It was not until 1904 that America took over the project, having formally recognized the new country of Panama. There followed ten years of ceaseless toil, costing over 350 million dollars and an estimated 5,000 lives. The story of the canal features a fascinating cast ...

    published: 10 Oct 2013
  • How George Washington Goethals Became Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal

    Learn how George Washington Goethals rose to Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal, and what lessons civil engineers today can gain from his experiences and leadership. This session was presented by Major General Merdith W. B. (Bo) Temple, P.E., PMP, F.ASCE at the ASCE/EWB-USA Leadership and Society Awards during the Global Engineering Conference 2014.

    published: 20 Oct 2014
  • Engineering for Kids

    promotional video from EFK

    published: 16 Sep 2014
  • BC2 - Panama Canal Conquest (Engineer w/ Uzi) (1440p60 HD)

    Scoped Uzi is best Uzi

    published: 01 Mar 2017
  • The Palm Island, Dubai UAE - Megastructure Development

    An awe-inspiring engineering feat, Dubai Palm Islands is definitely the largest artificial islands on earth. These Islands are three man made islands in the form of massive palm trees connected to the beaches of Dubai. The first island is the Palm Jumeirah, Jebel Ali Palm second and the third is the Palm Deira which is the biggest of them all. This artificial archipelago located off the coastline of United Arab Emirates in Persian Gulf. Dubai islands project was commissioned by Sheikh Mohammed in an effort to maximize beachfront property. Dubai's palm tree-shaped resort island on land built from the sea will contribute 120 km of beaches. Aside from the construction of the ambitious expansion, there is also the problem of constructing a mini city, which consists of 4,500 high-end residenti...

    published: 06 May 2013
  • Bad Company 2 Panama Canal Engineer | Battlefield 3 News | Commentary (german/deutsch) | m4xfps

    was soll ich nur immer in die beschreibung schreiben oO

    published: 03 Jun 2011
  • FSU Panama City Engineer

    Commercial produced for Florida State University Panama City Campus. Neves Media developed the concept for this spot to promote FSU's strive for excellence campaign motivating students to pursue post graduate degrees.

    published: 02 Apr 2010
  • Panama Canal at night

    Panama Canal at night - Panama Canal tourism & Vacations 2015 Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube 7 Fascinating Facts About the Panama Canal ============================ 1. The idea for a canal across Panama dates back to the 16th century. In 1513, Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa became the first European to discover that the Isthmus of Panama was just a slim land bridge separating the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Balboa’s discovery sparked a search for a natural waterway linking the two oceans. In 1534, after no such passage across the isthmus had been found, Charles V, the Holy Roman emperor, ordered a survey to determine if one could be built, but the surveyors eventually decided that construction of a ship canal wa...

    published: 22 Mar 2015
  • BC2 Hardcore - Panama Canal Conquest (Engineer w/ Uzi) (1440p60 HD)

    published: 18 Mar 2017
  • Building The World's Largest Radio Telescope | Impossible Engineering

    What's really out there? China is helping us find out. On September 2016, China unveiled the world's largest radio telescope, and has started test operations searching for signals to understand the origins of the universe and the Big Bang. This 500 metre Aperture Spherical Telescope, or FAST, has been constructed over 5 years in a 45 million year old crater in Southern China. The remote location is highly unlikely location to be affected by flooding, and far from human interference which may affect the telescope's readings. The 500m dish surpasses Arecibo radio telescope, leaving it in second place as the Chinese telescope is 3 times more sensitive in detecting radio waves thousands of light years away. Subscribe to us here: https://www.youtube.com/user/yourdiscoveryscience?sub_con...

    published: 25 May 2017
  • Boeing 727-200F ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE - Multicam Bogota-Panama! [AirClips full flight series]

    The Boeing 727 is a mid-size narrow-body three-engine jet aircraft built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes from the early 1960s to 1984. It can carry 149 to 189 passengers and later models can fly up to 2,700 nautical miles (5,000 km) nonstop. Intended for short and medium-length flights, the 727 can use fairly short runways at smaller airports. It has three Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines below the T-tail, one on each side of the rear fuselage with a center engine that connects through an S-duct to an inlet at the base of the fin. The 727 is Boeing's only tri-jet aircraft. The 727 followed the 707, a quad-jet airliner, with which it shares its upper fuselage cross-section and cockpit design. The 727-100 first flew in February 1963 and entered service with Eastern Air Lines in February 1964; the...

    published: 09 Dec 2016
  • Bad Company 2, Engineer Gameplay, Panama Canal

    One round of conquest as Panama canal as an engineer. had to cut out some things, due to length, but for the most part it is a single, complete round. taken with fraps. e8400@4.2ghz 2 4870 1gb in crossfire 4gb ram

    published: 05 Apr 2010
  • Panama Canal - Working, Construction & Transit.

    This video will show an insight of Panama Canal Lock Gates working. This video is just for education illustration purpose only. Credits: Complete credits for the video: Steve Carlos Garcia, 1 st Engineer, Phillipines. Animation Credits: Panama Website. Music: License https://machinimasound.com/license/

    published: 30 Nov 2012
  • Engineering resistance against Fusarium wilt in banana

    Sarah Schmidt is a scientist in the 2Blades Group at The Sainsbury Laboratory in Norwich, UK and is working to engineer resistance in banana against Fusarium wilt disease, a devastating threat to worldwide banana production. More information on Sarah's work can be found on her website: https://bananaroots.wordpress.com/

    published: 31 Jul 2017
  • BFBC2 Squad Rush with Commentary on Panama Canal Attackers Engineer

    Battlefield Bad Company 2 Squad Rush on Panama Canal with commentary AKS74u Attacking. Please subscribe for more BFBC2 videos. Exclusive Preorder mode.

    published: 18 Mar 2010
  • International Congress of Engineering and Infrastructure - Panama Canal 2012

    Learn about best practices and detailed, practical, hands-on experience related to managing a significant infrastructure project; Meet world-renowned experts in the fields of geotechnical, electrical, structural and civil engineering, exchange ideas and network with the best and the brightest in these fields; Discuss infrastructure projects from around the world and observe the progress of the Panama Canal Expansion Program through a tour of the Expansion Site. For more information: Visit our website http://www.pancanal.com/canalcongress Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/thepanamacanal

    published: 16 Jan 2012
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Panama Canal Construction: "Through the Canal Bottom" 1912

Panama Canal Construction: "Through the Canal Bottom" 1912

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more at http://news.quickfound.net/intl/panama_news.html "Scenes of the Panama Canal under construction." Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panama_Canal The Panama Canal (Spanish: Canal de Panamá) is an 82-kilometre (51 mi) ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. Work on the canal, which began in 1880, was completed in 1914, making it no longer necessary for ships to sail the lengthy Cape Horn route around the southernmost tip of South America and to navigate the dangerous waters of the Strait of Magellan. One of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken, the Panama Canal shortcut made it possible for ships to travel between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in half the time previously required. The shorter, faster, safer route to the U.S. West Coast and to nations in and along the Pacific Ocean allowed those places to become more integrated with the world economy. Ownership of the territory that is now the Panama Canal was first Colombian, then French and then American before coming under the control of the Panamanian government in 1999. The Panama Canal has seen annual traffic rise from about 1,000 ships when it opened in 1914, to 14,702 vessels in 2008... By 2008, more than 815,000 vessels had passed through the canal, many of them much larger than the original planners could have envisioned; the largest ships that can transit the canal today are called Panamax. The American Society of Civil Engineers has named the Panama Canal one of the seven wonders of the modern world... In 1904, the United States, under President Theodore Roosevelt, bought the French equipment and excavations for US$40 million, paid the new country of Panama US$10 million plus more each year, and began work on the Panama Canal on May 4, 1904. (In 1921, the United States paid Colombia US$10 million, plus US$250,000 per annum for several years; and in return Colombia recognized Panama under the terms of the Thomson-Urrutia Treaty)... Chief Engineer John Frank Stevens envisioned this work as essentially a massive earth-moving project requiring using a new and expanded Panama Railway as efficiently as possible. Stevens previous work as Chief Engineer of the Northern Pacific Railroad where they had built several 1,000 miles (1,600 km) of track had prepared Stevens well for this task. Much of the excavated material was used to build part of the Gatun Dam and the new elevated railroad required to get across Gatun Lake... The railroads, steam shovels, enormous steam-powered cranes, giant hydraulic rock crushers, cement mixers, dredges, and pneumatic power drills used to drill holes for explosives (about 30,000,000 pounds (14,000,000 kg) were used) were some of the new (in 1906) pieces of construction equipment used to construct the canal. Nearly all this equipment was manufactured by new, extensive machine-building technology developed and built in the United States. The giant hydraulic rock crushers supplied by the Joshua Hendy Iron Works were used to grind up rock needed for the cement work and quicken the pace of construction and large Ellicott Dredges of Baltimore, Maryland speeded up some of the various dredging projects. The first Ellicott Dredge delivered was a steam-driven, 900 hp (670 kW), 20-inch suction dredge used to help dig canal channels and fill Gatun Dam with dredged up slurry. In 1941, Ellicott Dredges also built the dredge MINDI, a 10,000 hp (7,500 kW), 28-inch cutter suction dredge still operating in the Panama Canal. Arch rivals General Electric and Westinghouse provided much of the electrical controls, motors, generators etc. The Panama Canal project had one of the largest and most extensive electrical installations in the world early in the 1900s. They use over 1000 electric motors with an installed capacity of about 28,000 horsepower to control their locks, valves, etc. from a central location In addition, the canal used large refrigeration systems for making ice. The Panama Canal Locks used essentially no pumps but relied on giant electrical valves and gates to control the flow of water from Lake Gatun into and out of the locks through water tunnels the size of railroad tunnels... The U.S. spent almost $375,000,000 (roughly equivalent to $8,600,000,000 now), including $12,000,000 to build facilities used to guard the canal, to finish the project. This was, by far, the largest American engineering project of that or any previous era.The canal was formally opened on August 15, 1914 with the passage of the cargo ship SS Ancon...
https://wn.com/Panama_Canal_Construction_Through_The_Canal_Bottom_1912
Panama Canal 2017 !!! Travel Guide

Panama Canal 2017 !!! Travel Guide

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Hello , welcome to my YouTube channel , i hope you have enjoyed this video. PANAMA CANAL , PANAMA CITY , CANAL kindly subscribe to my Youtube channel by clicking here : http://www.youtube.com/c/iammarwa check out my awesome instagram photos here: https://www.instagram.com/iam_marwa/ Facebook page here : https://www.facebook.com/iamMARWAofficial/ Always feel free to comment on my videos so that i can get to know what you liked most in my video today. I am always grateful you watching my videos. Espanol aqui Hola, bienvenido a mi canal de Youtube, espero que hayas disfrutado este video. Por favor, suscríbase a mi canal de Youtube haciendo clic aquí: http://www.youtube.com/c/iammarwa Echa un vistazo a mis impresionantes fotos de instagram aquí: https://www.instagram.com/iam_marwa/ Página de Facebook aquí: https://www.facebook.com/iamMARWAofficial/ No dude en comentar mis videos para que pueda conocer lo que más le gustó en mi video de hoy. Siempre estoy agradecido de ver mis videos. The idea for a Panama canal dates back to the 1513 discovery of the isthmus by Vasco Núñez de Balboa. The narrow land bridge between North and South America houses the Panama Canal, a water passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The earliest Central American European colonists recognized this potential, and several proposals for such a canal were made.[1] By the late nineteenth century, technological advances and commercial pressure allowed construction to begin in earnest. An initial attempt by France to build a sea-level canal failed after a great deal of excavation. This enabled the United States to complete the present canal in 1913 and open it to shipping the following year. The state of Panama was created with its 1903 emancipation from Colombia due to a US-backed revolt, so the US could control the canal-project area. French canal engineer Philippe-Jean Bunau-Varilla influenced a change in its proposed location, from Nicaragua (the original US choice) to Panama because of his concern about Nicaraguan volcanism. During the late 1890s Bunaua-Varilla convinced US lawmakers to buy the rights to build the French canal in Panama, sending each senator Nicaragua postage stamps with a smoking volcano. In 1903, Colombia (which controlled Panama) refused to allow the United States to build the canal. The people of Panama, with help from Bunaua-Varilla, then overthrew their Colombian government and became independent (which made construction of the canal possible). The Panama Canal continues to be a viable commercial venture and a vital link in world shipping. The 2007 Panama Canal expansion project began commercial operation on 26 June 2016. The new locks allow transit of larger Post-Panamax and New Panamax ships, which have a greater cargo capacity than the original locks could accommodate
https://wn.com/Panama_Canal_2017_Travel_Guide
Career Snapshot: Systems engineer, NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch

Career Snapshot: Systems engineer, NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch

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Meet Cameron Matthews a systems engineer at NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch.
https://wn.com/Career_Snapshot_Systems_Engineer,_Nswc_Panama_City_Division's_Mine_Systems_Branch
Panama Canal Expansion   Engineer Ilya Marotta

Panama Canal Expansion Engineer Ilya Marotta

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Test transit made for new locks of Panama Canal

Test transit made for new locks of Panama Canal

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With the help of a tugboat, the MN Baroque vessel made a successful test transit through the newly-constructed locks of the Panama Canal on June 9 in Panama City. The Panama Canal Authority hired the ship to finish the trial, before the Agua Clara locks are officially inaugurated on June 26. (Soundbite, Spanish) Ilya Maroma, Canal Expansion Engineer "Today we only make a test transit. ... In the future, closer to June 26, we will probably do one or two lockage a day, not with the Baroque, but some of our own vessels." The 9-year 5.25 billion U.S. dollars canal expansion work featured the third set of locks for the 102-year old canal. 180 feet wide and 1,400 feet long, one end of the new locks is on the Pacific coast on the outskirts of Panama City and one on the northern coast at the city of Colon. (Soundbite, Spanish) Giuseppe Quarta, Expansion Contractor "I certainly feel very excited and privileged. I am seeing something that many of my colleagues want to see. That is a magical work from a certain point of view. It is unique. This is what an engineer most wants to accomplish in his career." The new locks were designed for New Panamax-class vessel, which can carry 13,000 to 14,000 cargo containers, about 2.5 to 3 times those of current ships. With 4 to 5 New Panamaxes through the new locks each day, the canal's capacity will get tripled.
https://wn.com/Test_Transit_Made_For_New_Locks_Of_Panama_Canal
Utah engineer to build bridges in Panama

Utah engineer to build bridges in Panama

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It's easy to take the basic engineering feats in our community for granted. But something as simple as a footbridge can be a lifeline in other parts of the world. Jed Boal introduces us to a local engineer who's improving lives in Panama. Aired 6 p.m. 3/10/16
https://wn.com/Utah_Engineer_To_Build_Bridges_In_Panama
What it's Like to Work on the Panama Canal, an Engineering Marvel

What it's Like to Work on the Panama Canal, an Engineering Marvel

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Employees at MWH are typically involved on a variety of projects with challenging work. Not only do they focus on the technical skills of design and construction, but also on the societal aspects of improving quality of life. This blend of opportunities allows them to grow their careers and find satisfaction in their achievements. The work completed by our team on the Panama Canal Expansion project, an engineering marvel, brought all these components together. Our talented professionals from around the world shared their experience on what it was like working on a project of this size. Projects like these are what our employees work on every day, and come from clients that include local, regional and national governments, public and private utilities, financial institutions and insurers and the private sector. MWH Global employs approximately 7,000 experts including engineers, consultants and construction professionals globally. As specialists in water and natural resources, MWH employees use innovative ideas and technology to solve complex infrastructure and environmental challenges. MWH is Building a Better World. Meet us at www.mwhglobal.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
https://wn.com/What_It's_Like_To_Work_On_The_Panama_Canal,_An_Engineering_Marvel
Panama canal engineers

Panama canal engineers

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-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
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Panama Canal | PBS America

Panama Canal | PBS America

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Panama Canal - premieres 10.15pm, Tuesday 19 November on PBS America (Sky 534 | Virgin Media 243 | pbsamerica.co.uk) On August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal opened, connecting the world's two largest oceans. Stephen Ives' documentary celebrates one of the world's most daring technological achievements. The French began the canal in 1880, but were ultimately beaten by the enormity of the task and the virulence of the endemic tropical diseases. They left behind not only a partially completed canal, but also a mountain of debt. It was not until 1904 that America took over the project, having formally recognized the new country of Panama. There followed ten years of ceaseless toil, costing over 350 million dollars and an estimated 5,000 lives. The story of the canal features a fascinating cast of colourful characters, including Ferdinand De Lesseps, the French engineer who completed the Suez Canal but was forced to admit defeat in Panama, and William Gorgas, the army doctor who instituted a revolutionary public health campaign that virtually eradicated yellow fever. The film also delves into the lives of the thousands of workers, rigidly segregated by race, who left their homes to sign on for an unprecedented adventure. Using archive photographs and footage, rare interviews with canal workers and first-hand accounts of life in the Canal Zone, this film recalls one of the biggest construction projects in history.
https://wn.com/Panama_Canal_|_Pbs_America
How George Washington Goethals Became Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal

How George Washington Goethals Became Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal

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Learn how George Washington Goethals rose to Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal, and what lessons civil engineers today can gain from his experiences and leadership. This session was presented by Major General Merdith W. B. (Bo) Temple, P.E., PMP, F.ASCE at the ASCE/EWB-USA Leadership and Society Awards during the Global Engineering Conference 2014.
https://wn.com/How_George_Washington_Goethals_Became_Chief_Engineer_Of_The_Panama_Canal
Engineering for Kids

Engineering for Kids

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promotional video from EFK
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BC2 - Panama Canal Conquest (Engineer w/ Uzi) (1440p60 HD)

BC2 - Panama Canal Conquest (Engineer w/ Uzi) (1440p60 HD)

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Scoped Uzi is best Uzi
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The Palm Island, Dubai UAE - Megastructure Development

The Palm Island, Dubai UAE - Megastructure Development

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An awe-inspiring engineering feat, Dubai Palm Islands is definitely the largest artificial islands on earth. These Islands are three man made islands in the form of massive palm trees connected to the beaches of Dubai. The first island is the Palm Jumeirah, Jebel Ali Palm second and the third is the Palm Deira which is the biggest of them all. This artificial archipelago located off the coastline of United Arab Emirates in Persian Gulf. Dubai islands project was commissioned by Sheikh Mohammed in an effort to maximize beachfront property. Dubai's palm tree-shaped resort island on land built from the sea will contribute 120 km of beaches. Aside from the construction of the ambitious expansion, there is also the problem of constructing a mini city, which consists of 4,500 high-end residential homes, miles of roads, luxurious hotels and many amenities that will require basic human resources including electricity, safe drinking water and many more. This enormous project will position Dubai as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. I will tell you why these islands have appeared and that they must satisfy. Dubai is an emirate that open sea about 50 km (an estimate) and the sites required for building projects are on the beach. To view course and especially to "park" in front of the yacht's property or even assembly. Well when the beach was not available, and demand persists, the beach had invented. And it appeared artificial islands. Hence so sophisticated forms of the islands: they had to provide a larger opening to the ocean. This new concept quickly caught on. 'Only a' product 'high-end, the latest wrinkle in the most creative developers metropolis. A new source of land, location of the trick of the planet Earth! The job went, the two islands were settled immediately, with mixed development, spectacular, exorbitant, and finally in Dubai's specific style ... In parallel to the World archipelago started building and other projects are still on the drawing board Nakheel, developer. But crisis compels us to winter a little ... Where is the dream of similar islands: In Lebanon, wants to build a cedar shaped islands, the symbol of this country. Russia wants to try an island / an archipelago in Black in Sochi at the 2014 Olympics, at least that is speaking through the past years. Also in Japan there are several large airports built on artificial islands. The Palm Islands are artificial peninsulas constructed of sand dredged from the bottom of the Persian Gulf by the Belgian company Jan De Nul and the Dutch company Van Oord. The sand is sprayed by the dredging ships, which are guided by DGPS, onto the required area in a process known as rain-bowing because of the arcs in the air when the sand is sprayed. The outer edge of each Palm's encircling crescent is a large rock breakwater. The breakwater of the Palm Jumeirah has over seven million tons of rock. The Palm Islands are an artificial archipelago (islands) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Major commercial and residential infrastructures will be constructed by Nakheel Properties, a property developer in The UAE. The Belgian and Dutch dredging and marine contractors, Jan De Nul and Van Oord, some of the world's specialists in land reclamation, were hired to complete construction. The islands are the Palm Jumeirah, the Palm Jebel Ali and the Palm Deira. Each settlement will be in the shape of a palm tree, topped with a crescent. The settlements will have a large number of residential, leisure and entertainment centers. The Palm Islands are located off the coast of The UAE in the Persian Gulf and will add 520 kilometers of beaches to the city of Dubai. The first two islands will comprise of approximately 100 million cubic meters of rock and sand. The Palm Deira will be composed of approximately one billion cubic meters of rock and sand. All materials will be quarried in The UAE. Among the three islands, there will be over 100 luxury hotels, exclusive residential beach side villas and apartments, marinas, water theme parks, restaurants, shopping malls, sports facilities and health spas. The creation of the Palm Jumeirah began in June 2001. Shortly after, the Palm Jebel Ali was announced and reclamation work began. The Palm Deira is planned to have a surface area of 46.35 square kilometers and was announced for development in October 2004. GC Privé ~ A world of luxury www.gcprive.com
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Bad Company 2 Panama Canal Engineer | Battlefield 3 News | Commentary (german/deutsch) | m4xfps

Bad Company 2 Panama Canal Engineer | Battlefield 3 News | Commentary (german/deutsch) | m4xfps

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was soll ich nur immer in die beschreibung schreiben oO
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FSU Panama City Engineer

FSU Panama City Engineer

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Commercial produced for Florida State University Panama City Campus. Neves Media developed the concept for this spot to promote FSU's strive for excellence campaign motivating students to pursue post graduate degrees.
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Panama Canal at night

Panama Canal at night

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Panama Canal at night - Panama Canal tourism & Vacations 2015 Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube 7 Fascinating Facts About the Panama Canal ============================ 1. The idea for a canal across Panama dates back to the 16th century. In 1513, Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa became the first European to discover that the Isthmus of Panama was just a slim land bridge separating the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Balboa’s discovery sparked a search for a natural waterway linking the two oceans. In 1534, after no such passage across the isthmus had been found, Charles V, the Holy Roman emperor, ordered a survey to determine if one could be built, but the surveyors eventually decided that construction of a ship canal was impossible. 2. The men behind the Suez Canal and Eiffel Tower were convicted in connection with failed effort to build a canal. In the ensuing centuries, various nations considered developing a Panamanian canal but a serious attempt wasn’t made until the 1880s. In 1881, a French company headed by Ferdinand de Lesseps, a former diplomat who developed Egypt’s Suez Canal, began digging a canal across Panama. The project was plagued by poor planning, engineering problems and tropical diseases that killed thousands of workers. De Lesseps intended to build the canal at sea level, without locks, like the Suez Canal, but the excavation process proved far more difficult than anticipated. Gustave Eiffel, who designed the famous tower in Paris that bears his name, was then hired to create locks for the canal; however, the De Lesseps-led company went bankrupt in 1889. At the time, the French had sunk more than $260 million into the canal venture and excavated more than 70 million cubic yards of earth. The canal venture’s collapse caused a major scandal in France. De Lesseps and his son Charles, along with Eiffel and several other company executives, were indicted on fraud and mismanagement charges. In 1893, the men were found guilty, sentenced to prison and fined, although the sentences were overturned. After the scandal, Eiffel retired from business and devoted himself to scientific research; Ferdinand de Lesseps died in 1994. That same year, a new French company was formed to take over the assets of the bankrupt business and continue the canal; however, this second firm soon abandoned the endeavor as well. 3. America originally wanted to build a canal in Nicaragua, not Panama. Throughout the 1800s, the United States, which wanted a canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific for economic and military reasons, considered Nicaragua a more feasible location than Panama. However, that view shifted thanks in part to the efforts of Philippe-Jean Bunau-Varilla, a French engineer who had been involved in both of France’s canal projects. In the late 1890s Bunau-Varilla began lobbying American lawmakers to buy the French canal assets in Panama, and eventually convinced a number of them that Nicaragua had dangerous volcanoes, making Panama the safer choice. 4. More than 25,000 workers died during the canal’s construction. The canal builders had to contend with a variety of obstacles, including challenging terrain, hot, humid weather, heavy rainfall and rampant tropical diseases. The earlier French attempts had led to the deaths of more than 20,000 workers and America’s efforts fared little better; between 1904 and 1913 some 5,600 workers died due to disease or accidents. 5. Between 13,000 and 14,000 ships use the canal every year. American ships use the canal the most, followed by those from China, Chile, Japan, Colombia and South Korea. Every vessel that transits the canal must pay a toll based on its size and cargo volume. Tolls for the largest ships can run about $450,000. The smallest toll ever paid was 36 cents, plunked down in 1928 by American adventurer Richard Halliburton, who swam the canal. Today, some $1.8 billion in tolls are collected annually. 6. The United States transferred control of the canal to Panama in 1999. In the years after the canal opened, tensions increased between America and Panama over control of the canal and the surrounding Canal Zone. In 1964, Panamanians rioted after being prevented from flying their nation’s flag next to a U.S. flag in the Canal Zone. In the aftermath of the violence, Panama temporarily broke off diplomatic relations with the United States. In 1977 7. The canal is being expanded to handle today’s megaships. In 2007, work began on a $5.25 billion expansion project that will enable the canal to handle post-Panamax ships; that is, those exceeding the dimensions of so-called Panamax vessels, built to fit through the canal, whose locks are 110 feet wide and 1,000 feet long. The expanded canal will be able to handle cargo vessels carrying 14,000 20-foot containers, nearly three times the amount currently accommodated.
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BC2 Hardcore - Panama Canal Conquest (Engineer w/ Uzi) (1440p60 HD)

BC2 Hardcore - Panama Canal Conquest (Engineer w/ Uzi) (1440p60 HD)

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Building The World's Largest Radio Telescope | Impossible Engineering

Building The World's Largest Radio Telescope | Impossible Engineering

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What's really out there? China is helping us find out. On September 2016, China unveiled the world's largest radio telescope, and has started test operations searching for signals to understand the origins of the universe and the Big Bang. This 500 metre Aperture Spherical Telescope, or FAST, has been constructed over 5 years in a 45 million year old crater in Southern China. The remote location is highly unlikely location to be affected by flooding, and far from human interference which may affect the telescope's readings. The 500m dish surpasses Arecibo radio telescope, leaving it in second place as the Chinese telescope is 3 times more sensitive in detecting radio waves thousands of light years away. Subscribe to us here: https://www.youtube.com/user/yourdiscoveryscience?sub_confirmation=1 Like us at: https://www.Facebook.com/yourdiscoveryscience
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Boeing 727-200F ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE - Multicam Bogota-Panama! [AirClips full flight series]

Boeing 727-200F ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE - Multicam Bogota-Panama! [AirClips full flight series]

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The Boeing 727 is a mid-size narrow-body three-engine jet aircraft built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes from the early 1960s to 1984. It can carry 149 to 189 passengers and later models can fly up to 2,700 nautical miles (5,000 km) nonstop. Intended for short and medium-length flights, the 727 can use fairly short runways at smaller airports. It has three Pratt & Whitney JT8D engines below the T-tail, one on each side of the rear fuselage with a center engine that connects through an S-duct to an inlet at the base of the fin. The 727 is Boeing's only tri-jet aircraft. The 727 followed the 707, a quad-jet airliner, with which it shares its upper fuselage cross-section and cockpit design. The 727-100 first flew in February 1963 and entered service with Eastern Air Lines in February 1964; the stretched 727-200 flew in July 1967 and entered service with Northeast Airlines that December. The 727 became a mainstay of airlines' domestic route networks and was also used on short- and medium-range international routes. Passenger, freighter, and convertible versions of the 727 were built. The 727 was heavily produced into the 1970s; the last 727 was completed in 1984. Stretched version of the 727-100. The -200 is 20 feet (6.1 m) longer (153 feet 2 inches;46.69 m) than the −100 (133 feet 2 inches;40.59 m). A ten-foot (3-meter) fuselage section ("plug") was added in front of the wings and another ten-foot fuselage section was added behind them. The wing span and height remain the same on both the −100 and −200 (108 and 34 feet (33 and 10 m), respectively). The original 727-200 had the same max gross weight as the 727-100; however, as the aircraft evolved, a series of higher gross weights and more powerful engines was introduced along with other improvements, and, from line number 881, 727-200s are dubbed −200 Advanced. The aircraft gross weight eventually increased from 169,000 to 209,500 pounds (76,700 to 95,000 kg) for the latest versions. The dorsal intake of the number two engine was also redesigned to be round in shape, rather than oval as it was on the 100 series. The first 727-200 flew on July 27, 1967 and received FAA certification on November 30, 1967. The first delivery was made on December 14, 1967 to Northeast Airlines. A total of 310 727-200s were delivered before its place on the production line was taken over by the 727-200Advanced in 1972. Super 27: Speed increased by 50 mph (80 km/h), due to replacement of the two side engines with the JT8D-217 or the JT8D-219, which are also found on many MD-80s, along with the addition of hush kits to the center engine. Winglets were added to some of these aircraft to increase fuel efficiency. This modification was originally developed by Valsan Partners, but was later marketed by Quiet Wing Technologies in Redmond, Washington. Líneas Aéreas Suramericanas is a cargo airline based in Bogotá, Colombia. It operates domestic cargo charters and international services to North and South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Its main base is El Dorado International Airport, Bogotá. The airline was established and started operations in 1972 as AeroNorte. It changed its name to the present title in 1986, when its air operator's certificate was cancelled by Law 30. It began international operations between Bogotá and Panama in 1987. It is owned by Álvaro Cote (50%) and Luis Enrique Prieto (50%).
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Bad Company 2, Engineer Gameplay, Panama Canal

Bad Company 2, Engineer Gameplay, Panama Canal

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One round of conquest as Panama canal as an engineer. had to cut out some things, due to length, but for the most part it is a single, complete round. taken with fraps. e8400@4.2ghz 2 4870 1gb in crossfire 4gb ram
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Panama Canal - Working, Construction & Transit.

Panama Canal - Working, Construction & Transit.

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This video will show an insight of Panama Canal Lock Gates working. This video is just for education illustration purpose only. Credits: Complete credits for the video: Steve Carlos Garcia, 1 st Engineer, Phillipines. Animation Credits: Panama Website. Music: License https://machinimasound.com/license/
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Engineering resistance against Fusarium wilt in banana

Engineering resistance against Fusarium wilt in banana

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Sarah Schmidt is a scientist in the 2Blades Group at The Sainsbury Laboratory in Norwich, UK and is working to engineer resistance in banana against Fusarium wilt disease, a devastating threat to worldwide banana production. More information on Sarah's work can be found on her website: https://bananaroots.wordpress.com/
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BFBC2 Squad Rush with Commentary on Panama Canal Attackers Engineer

BFBC2 Squad Rush with Commentary on Panama Canal Attackers Engineer

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Battlefield Bad Company 2 Squad Rush on Panama Canal with commentary AKS74u Attacking. Please subscribe for more BFBC2 videos. Exclusive Preorder mode.
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International Congress of Engineering and Infrastructure - Panama Canal 2012

International Congress of Engineering and Infrastructure - Panama Canal 2012

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Learn about best practices and detailed, practical, hands-on experience related to managing a significant infrastructure project; Meet world-renowned experts in the fields of geotechnical, electrical, structural and civil engineering, exchange ideas and network with the best and the brightest in these fields; Discuss infrastructure projects from around the world and observe the progress of the Panama Canal Expansion Program through a tour of the Expansion Site. For more information: Visit our website http://www.pancanal.com/canalcongress Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/thepanamacanal
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