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REDx: Rethinking Engineering Design

REDx: Rethinking Engineering Design

MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design

Added 15 days ago | 00:03:47 | 302 views

The Camera Culture group from the MIT Media Lab and Tata Center is exploring new innovation techniques for creating solutions to quality-of-life problems in India and worldwide. Video by John Werner.

Benjamin Lawrence Magolan: Coding for cooling

Benjamin Lawrence Magolan: Coding f...

NSE Student Research

Added 3 months ago | 00:01:30 | 827 views

Benjamin Magolan discusses his research which focuses on computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Magolan has been devising and testing algorithms to help model the flow of coolant water inside the core of a nuclear reactor.

Semaphore spinning wheel, 1960s

Semaphore spinning wheel, 1960s

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:13 | 644 views

This small pocket-sized device shows the alphabet as it’s signaled using semaphore flags. Turn the dial, and look in the window by the sailor’s right foot to see the letter he’s signaling. (Turn the disk around, and you’ll see what the f...

The Mariner's Compass' rectifier as a spinning wheel in a book, 1756

The Mariner's Compass' rectifier as...

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:06 | 742 views

Andrew Wakely, a mathematician, first published The Mariner’s Compass Rectified in 1694. The book was extremely popular; dozens of editions were printed over the course of nearly a century. The “rectifier,” shown here, is used to “readil...

Charles Wheatstone's "The harmonic diagram" spinning wheel, 1824

Charles Wheatstone's "The harmonic ...

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:14 | 557 views

This device was used in the 19th century for teaching music theory, and was created by a notable inventor and physicist, Sir Charles Wheatstone (1802-1875). Among other things, the Harmonic Diagram could be used for transposing music fro...

Le Grand Guidon et tresor journalier des astres, 1680s

Le Grand Guidon et tresor journalie...

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:11 | 429 views

This double-sided volvelle is from Le Grand Guidon et Tresor Journalier des Astres, published in Rouen in 1680 by Jean Oursel. One side of the volvelle is a perpetual calendar; the other gives the phases of the moon and astrological info...

Pierre Galtier-Boissière spinning wheel in Procèdés et applications de la sématotechnie, 1883

Pierre Galtier-Boissière spinning w...

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:06 | 692 views

Pierre Galtier-Boissière wrote on a wide range of topics including alcoholism, gout, and language. This book on a new form of shorthand was supposed to make learning “fun,” and presumably this volvelle, with its unique design, supplied a...

The many spinning wheels in Le grand guidon et tresor journalier des astres, 1680?

The many spinning wheels in Le gran...

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:19 | 510 views

This double-sided volvelle is from Le Grand Guidon et Tresor Journalier des Astres, published in Rouen in 1680 by Jean Oursel. One side of the volvelle is a perpetual calendar; the other gives the phases of the moon and astrological info...

Johannes Hevelius' spinning moon in Selenographia, 1647

Johannes Hevelius' spinning moon in...

MIT Libraries. Movable Messages in Books: Spinning Wheels, Coded Disks, and Volvelles

Added 3 months ago | 00:00:15 | 513 views

Johannes Hevelius (1611-1687) published the first atlas of the moon, Selenographia, in 1647. The volvelle shown here could be used to determine the moon’s position relative to the stars that appeared around it. MIT’s copy is missing a st...

Wastewater Treatment of Black Liquor - with Charlene Ren

Wastewater Treatment of Black Liquo...

MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design

Added 5 months ago | 00:03:29 | 2392 views

Tata Fellow Charlene Ren is finding new ways of treating and re-using toxic wastewater from India's paper industry. This look inside a working paper mill in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh reveals a pressing environmental need for solutions...

Finding Sources in 10.26

Finding Sources in 10.26

Video Tutorials

Added 6 months ago | 00:02:48 | 857 views

This video is for students in 10.26. The full version of the module is located in the course MITx page.

Wulff Lecture: Hey, Atoms: What Have You Done for Me Lately? : The age of materials design and how it will change the energy world

Wulff Lecture: Hey, Atoms: What Hav...

DMSE Videos

Added 6 months ago | 00:58:11 | 1593 views

Speaker: Jeffrey C. Grossman, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Nov. 18, 2014 Understanding, inventing, and engineering mechanisms and materials for energy production, energy storage, and energy transport are am...

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