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10 Most Insane Engines Of All Time ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/vHN6qB For copyright matters please contact us at: miniminter1992.29@gmail.com When it comes to engines, we all know that bigger is better. And throughout history, the need for bigger and more powerful engines created some of the world’s most awe-inspiring designs ever seen, some of which evolved into incredibly powerful engines that have numbers that boggle the imagination. Ever wondered what powers the biggest plans, trains, and automobiles? From huge jet engines, rockets, and even the biggest ship engine you’ll ever see, check out and enjoy these 10 biggest engines of all time. #engine #hp #horsepower #engines #engineering
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Ben Sr. Estanislao (3 days ago)
Ok👍🏿
FDS (5 days ago)
waay to usa focused. Arabelle is from Alsthom France.
Matt Mattelig (5 days ago)
way too many ads - thumbs down on this one!
jackson Mongar (7 days ago)
rocket engine is awesome
James Benedict (8 days ago)
I am not impressed by the size of these engines!! I think we are looking at premitive engines compared to some of the future engines that will be powered by a totally new energy source!! We might see those in our life time soon!
Dennis Nomer (9 days ago)
Narrator is not an engineer. Rocket thrust is not given in 'pounds-feet'; rather the units 'lbf' translate as 'pounds force' to distinguish from 'pounds mass'. Also, torque is given in 'foot-pounds', not 'pounds-feet' for the ship engine.
Rens G T (10 days ago)
The legendary "Rocketdyne's F1 engine " that has propelled Man to Moon. 5 x F1 engine on SATURN 5 Rocket produced around 7.5 million pounds of thrust( as per common man's term's that's about "32 million Horse power").
Victor Burton (12 days ago)
That weird repetitive thumping clicking clashing noise is very distracting. I gave this video a THUMBS DOWN
iank muin (14 days ago)
keren mesin pesawatnya
bandagefreak (20 days ago)
The old radial engines still blow my mind - utterly complex and mind bogglingly awesome! That Sulzer crankshaft falls into the same category alright!
Elizabeth Nash (23 days ago)
I used to live less than a mile away from the main Boeing plant, in Everett, WA...... O M F G!!! They'd test some of those monster engines at like.... 3am!!! LOUD isn't doing it justice!
xseqer (24 days ago)
It's a little surreal being among the parts in a 'large engine' assembly facility. If you're used to, say, VW Bug sized valves and you're walking by tables of GIANT valves and GIANT pistons...they look just the same. Just WAY bigger. And the crank is just a thing to stare at and expand one's appreciation of machining. And YOU feel small. It's a little eerie. Scale. I wonder what the efficiency is for those 40 barrels of bunker oil (a minute?!?). Man, one container ship on one trip must be climate change all by itself. Why is the primitive internal combustion engine with its abysmal efficiency all we seem to have? Particularly for these muscular jobs moving i-phones and sweat shop garments and cocaine and more cars with more ICEs. sigh
Neno Hanna (24 days ago)
Nice video
Richard Morin (25 days ago)
B 36 an european bomber????
David Kent (25 days ago)
As for all videos on YouTube, I wish the date of production of the video was avaiable.
Dave Dobson (25 days ago)
b36 was not european
kens32052 (26 days ago)
Wouldn't electric motors be more efficient in ships.
Martindyna (19 days ago)
Ships often have electric final drive. The electricity is generated by either Diesel engine(s) or Gas turbine(s) driving alternator(s).
FS2K4Pilot (22 days ago)
And power them how?
Randall Gill (26 days ago)
Just for the record. The B-36 was not a European bomber.
Bob Jacobson (26 days ago)
Great video. One minor correction: Lycoming is pronounced "Ly COMing" not "LY coming" (I have relatives in Williamsport, PA so I've heard this pronounced many times.)
Yankee Inventions (26 days ago)
stupid music is obnoxious
John Burns (27 days ago)
The Yanks are unbelievable. This vid is full of _"the largest in the United States"._ The rest of the world does not exist then.
What Not To Do At a Stoplight (23 days ago)
So build it
Sasan Dabirian (27 days ago)
Who else is watching this in 1930?
Hein Hermans (27 days ago)
Nobody cares about airplane engines. Good thing this video has real engines that are so heavy it equals a few airplanes
JOHN L OPPERMAN (27 days ago)
Starts w/ most stupid statement: "WE all know" bigger is better. Except those of us who DO know & understand both logic & engines, often smaller is more useful, thus "better."
Common Sense (25 days ago)
Thank you exactly I cringed when I heard him saying it.!
Danny Danny (28 days ago)
Holy Ship!
Godfrey Poon (28 days ago)
Why do you use music with that stupid annoying ticking noise in it? Not watching this video.
ed (28 days ago)
Too much technical data grammed into a short time span. I had to cut off the sound and just watch the pix.
DumbSkippy (28 days ago)
The Wartsila ship engine does NOT produce 107 to 390 horsepower !!! Saying that's about 5 million foot-pounds of torque is silly as horsepower is totally different to torque. Clearly either the author or narrator have no idea of the topic. Best stick to topics you understand.
indyrat500 (27 days ago)
Yeah, the computer text-to-voice program didn't execute 107,390 hp properly. But the torque figure for turning the propeller of a ship is actually as important as horsepower. One of the design features of the Wartsila-Sulzer is that it produces max torque at a high point in the RPM range.
indyrat500 (27 days ago)
Perhaps you do not understand that it is a text-to-voice computer program that is providing the narration. If the text is not properly written, the results are not what you might have intended. And the video producer doesn't seem to care to double-check it.
Samsng Device (28 days ago)
WHICH ENGINE WAS YOUR FAV? it WASN'T the FORD.
AVLRECORDS (28 days ago)
Still 1800's shiet
Stepan Bandera (29 days ago)
You forgot the Chrysler HEMI.
TRLWNC1 (29 days ago)
The Beast of Turin has been restored and run at Goodwood. It's scary to watch, even on video!
514BMXJay (29 days ago)
Am I just high or is this voice a robot and really annoying??
indyrat500 (27 days ago)
Computer text-to-voice program using pre-recorded words spoken by a human, but put together by the program. Yes, annoying after awhile.
Egghead (29 days ago)
Man; i've got to put that ship motor in my mini moke, imagine that!!!!!
JOHN L OPPERMAN (25 days ago)
Egghead You're a yoke.
Sam Steele (29 days ago)
Great video!
Cognative dissidence (29 days ago)
I'm still searching for the engines from 911
TheEnderWarrior- Gaming (29 days ago)
Did they just call the boeing 777 a... british airways seven-seventy-seven passenger plane
FS2K4Pilot (22 days ago)
Yes. British Airways IIRC was the first airline to operate a 777 powered by the GE90.
Christian Benn (30 days ago)
Love the innovations of the engines
Matchless AJS BSA (30 days ago)
Saturn V rocket thrust was measured in pounds-feet in this video. Everywhere else it's just pounds of thrust...
hoghogwild (22 days ago)
@FS2K4Pilot The most efficient altitude is determined by the nozzle design. The F-1 was a booster engine designed to do most of 8ts work in the atmosphere. They burned from sea level upwards for 159 seconds before the more efficient second stage J-2 engines took over. Those engines were 100% optimized for use in vacuum.
FS2K4Pilot (22 days ago)
hoghogwild The F-1 made 1.5 million pounds of thrust on the test stand at sea level, but at its most efficient operating altitude, the F-1 made over 2 million pounds of thrust.
hoghogwild (25 days ago)
It's actually measured in lbf but everyone just says "pounds", I think the video makers saw the units "lbf" and mistook it for a value used for torque, "pound feet" when rockets are measured using units of lbf or "pounds force". The F-1 produced 1,500,00 pounds force or 6,700,000 newtons or 680 tf (tons force). To make that much thrust each F-1 used 5,683 pounds (2,578 kg) of propellants every second.
kalzonenu (30 days ago)
Diesel compressor at my job costs roughtly 1 dollar /min (42 liters/hour), so i dont feel that its very expensive considering i pay a dollar for 300 HP. Then again Swediztans INSANE OIL TAX really makes it an uneven comparssion.
Ferguson 20 diesel (17 days ago)
Our farm tractor burns over a litre a kilometer pulling over 22 ton. Over €1,50 a kilometer to run. And it will probably do a kilometer at around a minute
Red49chevy p/u REVELATION19:13 (30 days ago)
WE'RE PROBALLY THOUGHT OF AS THIS TYPE OF CHANNEL WE HAVE NO INTETEST / / / NOT SO WE LIKE HORSE POWER 🔋 👍 GOOD VIDEO : PLEASE CHECK OUT US - - - SOLVE THAT RIDDLE ! ! !
rob the elder (30 days ago)
UP Steam has returned a Big Boy to service. Look at their videos
Matej Bukovec (30 days ago)
Most of the world DOESN'T use pounds!
David N (25 days ago)
Rest of the world doesnt count.
Kyle Bieth (28 days ago)
Did you ever stop to think that the standard is implemented by the government? Im a mechanic on import vehicles. I would fucking love for everything to be metric...but it can't. So don't blame a population on govt regulations. Just saying
JazlDazl (29 days ago)
Neanderthals
TheEnderWarrior- Gaming (29 days ago)
@Luke Cague you know people walk... lol my jokes suck
Luke Cague (30 days ago)
Or feet
More Money (30 days ago)
When you were talking about the diesel engine, you said “base” horsepower.. BHP actually stands for “BRAKE horsepower” .. : )
wholeNwon (30 days ago)
Bad use of the word "insane".
Rick Riede (30 days ago)
Engines cant be insane.Only insane people can be insane.Engines can however be cool.That is until they warm up.
Nico Montinola (30 days ago)
come on. Russian engines were bigger. How about Nazi engines?
Ronoc Mack (30 days ago)
Seven seventy seven 🥴
Pamela Chadwell (1 month ago)
I will have to put some weight in the back but i wanna put that last motor in my truck!
The_ChavezFamily Entertainment (1 month ago)
Is it me or is he saying carbon fiver?
SteamboatWilley (1 month ago)
"Seeing this thing rolling out of the shop on a trailer..." Photo is not of this thing. That's a B&W engine on that truck, not a Sulzer. ;)
Robert Pope (28 days ago)
Many you-tube posts show this picture, and yes, you are right it is not the Wartsila. The Wartsila 14R96 could never have been transported in one piece by truck.
Philbyd 123 (1 month ago)
That was interesting, thanks for posting
Ross2d-2 (1 month ago)
Great video
ShadowSkyhawk Gaming (1 month ago)
danke dr wernher von braun
Cristiano Ronaldo G.O.A.T (1 month ago)
Video title: 10 MOST INSANE ENGINES OF ALL TIME Largest car engine: Fiat 300 HP 3500 HP GTR: am I a joke to you?
Nakul Bipin Mamtora (1 month ago)
Largest engine, not most powerful
The virgin clan Lee (1 month ago)
Totally stupid US engineering.
Michael Davis (1 month ago)
You could have given us the horsepower of an F-1 rocket engine. They put out 32 million horsepower and 60 gigawatts of power. In the video it showed 1.7 megawatts to be able to power 2 million homes. The F-1 put out the equivalent of 64 million homes. That's just one engine. Remember there were five on the rocket. At the time, the total power of the F-1s on the Saturn Five was equal to more than the entire nation was consuming at the same moments in time. They burned 15,000 gallons of fuel per second. When I was a kid, my father was a foreman on the F-1s.
Oli Yanz (1 month ago)
Fckkkng ads
Journeyman (1 month ago)
Thanks for uploading the information on the turbofan engine!
David S. Hartley (1 month ago)
an engine is an inanimate object retard. They don't have intelligent quotients or need therapists.
B10K PlaysGames (1 month ago)
Seven-Seventy-Seven? What the hell?
indyrat500 (27 days ago)
That is the official Boeing name for the model. Many call it the triple-seven, but not its official model designation.
Rob MacGowan (1 month ago)
Great vid.. Thank you.
HeadshotHunt3r (1 month ago)
why no tank engines?
Roger Howard (1 month ago)
Does the USAF need to replace the B-52'S ENGINES? I THINK SO DO YOU?
tjp353 (27 days ago)
If they do, they will have to replace 8 with 8. If they could have given it 4 modern turbofans, without significant other modification, they would have done it decades ago. The problem is the B52's tiny rudder (inadequate directional control authority at low speeds), combined with the need to be able to safely deal with losing an engine during takeoff.
Jack Ass (1 month ago)
SPEAK METRIC ! inch, pound are for a minority of RETARDS
Thomas Roth (1 month ago)
"Mozt car engines dont go above 3.0 liters"...😂
Harald Pettesen (24 days ago)
@Matthew Aniston - I did not know that the most sold cars in the world (the Japanese) had such large machines (over three liters) in all the cars .
Thomas Roth (24 days ago)
@Matthew Aniston that's what I'm saying. He lost me with that🤣
Matthew Aniston (24 days ago)
Most cars made today are above 3L. When was this video made 1950?
Harald Pettesen (1 month ago)
Thomas Roth - He said two liters :-)
Chris S. (1 month ago)
Who put this fire ass trap beat on this🙌🏾🙌🏾
David Monroe (1 month ago)
Saturn V whatever millions pounds per foot, if it had also been metric I would have understood ...
William Ciarrocchi (1 month ago)
Ge-9x
David Heinrich (1 month ago)
so many adds
MauriatOttolink (1 month ago)
How can an engine be "insane"? Don't talk crap! You're INSANE if you think that I'll waste my time wading through a bloody video with such an inane title.
enticed2zeitgeist (1 month ago)
This guys sounds like Angel from We're Alive.
Steven Brennick (1 month ago)
Why is the drive by media targeting GE? You have to wonder what the motivation is. This did not occur under Obama. They are sabotaging the economy.
Lastman Standing (1 month ago)
WTF? Another hater. Pfffffff. Get your facts straight buddy.
MagnetOnlyMotors (1 month ago)
10:55 that gear box and differential must have howled sumpin’ fierce!
josh shannon (1 month ago)
Had that sucker screaming.
Jeffrey Templeton (1 month ago)
MWe is pronounced "Megawatt electric" not "M wee" dumb ass.
EJJ15 YT (1 month ago)
0:00 everybody: thats what she said (look down) "doubt"
Nicholas Pariag (1 month ago)
F22: Ha Ha where faster than you. GE90: am I a joke to you?
Mario -_-Rodrigues (1 month ago)
Ls swap.
Russell Mooneyham (1 month ago)
Lol
TheDeadLinger (1 month ago)
I'm pretty sure Jay Leno's tank car has the largest engine.
Neil Osman (1 month ago)
Thank you for music that doesn't make my head want to explode.
MrGalasa (1 month ago)
1:04 of all the ways you could pronounce “triple seven” , saying “seven-seventy seven” is by far THE WORST
indyrat500 (27 days ago)
@MrGalasa Every Boeing jetliner model has officially been named with the first digit a seven, and then the following two, usually combined as a two-digit number: seven-twenty-seven, seven-forty-seven, etc. The 777, nicely called the triple-seven, is officially the seven-seventy-seven.
Harald Pettesen (1 month ago)
@MrGalasa - But the name is seven seventy-seven, no matter what they call it .
MrGalasa (1 month ago)
Thomas Roth Please point me to a single Boeing official that pronounces it like yourself. 😂 I can show you many that call it “triple seven”
Thomas Roth (1 month ago)
Well, that's because Boeing named it the seven seventyseven, not tripple seven. 🤡
CowsRus (1 month ago)
You keep talking about engines built "in the United States". How about engines built elsewhere? Despite what most Americans think, there are actually other countries in the world, and many of them build bigger and better items than the USA, who still use incompatible imperial measurements in their engineering!
Perry Champ (1 month ago)
That would be the engineering that put a man on the moon more than 50 years ago? Metric measurements are incompatible with English measurements. What were the Europeans doing 50 years ago, driving little tiny cars?
Erikwas riskwas (1 month ago)
gave a dislike for too many adverts! don't get too greedy folks
tudor ilie (1 month ago)
Go metric, or at least with conversions from imperial to metric in the video...
Vinny (1 month ago)
Or you could just say thank you to the OP for the free video. Jeeeez 😒
mark harris (1 month ago)
@Gunther H.G. Geick how soon the suckling generations forget the sacrifices of those that have gone before. I think you should be left alone to wallow in your Socialist paradises. There are corrupt forces attempting to bring that sickness to America and I hope they are crushed and sent back to the Arab hell holes or some sympathetic European country that is being systematically sucked down the drain. Seventy five years ago, the USA was welcomed as redeemers from Nazi occupation that had swallowed up most of western Europe...seig heil and goose stepping SS troops ruled the day. When the back of the Soviet Union was finally broken, the freed people's of Eastern Europe begged acceptance into NATO for fear the Russian horde would return to smother and dominate them again. Yes, America has been begged...please come to our aid....dictators of every stripe..Fascist and Communist both sought to dominate your lives. Ask anybody that lived under the heel of the Marxists, what it was like. Yes, the USA should have left you alone to grow a backbone and overthrow your oppressors alone. The wealth of this nation has been poured out for your redemption and pity the thanks or gratitude you ungrateful people show. What I wish is that the millions of people invading our shores would stay in their home countries. Most are parasites. Some seek freedom...they are the ones willing to come legally. I'm all for America leaving you alone. And when the bear comes again, cry to yourselves. He will be back.
korohone (1 month ago)
@tudor ilie Don't worry, if it was important information it wouldn't have been listed as imperial
Gunther H.G. Geick (1 month ago)
@mark harris No one has begged you to "defend the world". So stay home and let us alone.
mark harris (1 month ago)
Exactly, we're tired of feeding and defending the world for free and then being asked to kiss your arse's, so as not to inconvenience you. As the Brits say, Piss off.
Jacob Andrews (1 month ago)
68th comment yesssss
Rod Keays (1 month ago)
Way too fast a pace to actually enjoy. Too bad, bye!
K Fisher (1 month ago)
Anyone else want that thumbnail in there truck like if u do
Tim Biddiscombe (1 month ago)
This vid is LOADED with commercials..
sevenhornets (1 month ago)
Kinda
El Hombre Mo (1 month ago)
Lol. Cost to run a large ship engine - $35/minute Cost to run an M134 minigun - $70/second.
vctjkhme (1 month ago)
count the people and other equipment on a ship and it's hundreds of dollars a minute.
DrNooby Noob (1 month ago)
doesnt anyone fucking walk anymore?
[insert_name_here] (1 month ago)
Im pretty sure the biggest car engine is in the devel 16
Michael Farmer (1 month ago)
This is a question that is important and ask all the time due to its importance. Will it fit my Honda civic?
Lucian S (1 month ago)
Set video playback speed to 1.25× and thank me later.
Andrus Pihel (1 month ago)
The more power are the reason why the boeing kills so many people. Old aircraft design and new more powerful engine are perfect formula for disaster. Airbus was more advanced and boeing did not want to spend 2 billions for new airplane design. All previous boing problems was nothing compared the current one. If they like to use 737max they must remove all these big engines and replace by smaller one.
Constance Rutola (1 month ago)
Omg the ship engine is massive. Ty for showing us the ateam locomotive.. I was always fascinated by them and how they were built.
Q Tech HD (1 month ago)
This is truly big
Danny T. (1 month ago)
Oh Oh Oh Oh BITE ME "O'Riley auto parts". You bastards! You ruined this video with your irritating commercial !!!!!!!!!!!!!
beernd (1 month ago)
The music sucks, one can so totaly do without it.
tjp353 (1 month ago)
GE90 - 'first commercial use of composite fan blades' - not true. In 1968, carbon composite fan blades were installed on RR Conways that powered VC10s operated by BOAC.