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Exceptional Engineering - Mega Diesel Engines

MTU (Engine and Turbine Union Friedrichshafen) is a brand of Rolls-Royce Power Systems. Their propulsion systems and large diesel engines, for example, neatly heat ships, heavy and military vehicles or railways. Not infrequently bring such drives namely achievements of up to 12,000 hp. The mega-diesels are manufactured in the idyllic Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance, but the engines "Made in Germany" have long been used worldwide.

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  1. geweldigaum

    geweldigaum

    14 phút trước

    Sad that great nation is being destroyed by its leaders.

  2. tabaks

    tabaks

    47 phút trước

    Impressive!

  3. Nicholas Sway

    Nicholas Sway

    2 giờ trước

    Can we talk about that hardhat that looks like it came from the Spaceballs movie set?

  4. Jo Momma

    Jo Momma

    4 giờ trước

    15:55 Mr.Steal Yo Girl Factory.

  5. Mark Hayes

    Mark Hayes

    6 giờ trước

    I could make a badass pulling tractor with one of these

  6. Imgonnagogetthepapers getthepapers

    Imgonnagogetthepapers getthepapers

    7 giờ trước

    And for your mom......15:58

  7. Judicious Aim

    Judicious Aim

    8 giờ trước

    Nice! Those mechanics work in an engine room at 50 degrees. I work in mechanical rooms well over 100 degrees for hours a day as an industrial mechanic. Maybe I need to retrain as a ship mechanic so I can enjoy a work space with HVAC.

    • biodieselbaron

      biodieselbaron

      4 giờ trước

      C not F

  8. Ever Forward

    Ever Forward

    13 giờ trước

    10:15 "For now on everything has to take place with ABSOLUTE synchronicity" the head smelter stands on a ladder and yells 3-2-1-GO!

  9. Robert Clark

    Robert Clark

    13 giờ trước

    It's an engine block, stop calling it the crankcase that is where the engine oil goes. THIS IS the engine block.

  10. Ever Forward

    Ever Forward

    13 giờ trước

    "It will use 2000 liters (530 gal) of disel fuel per hour" - I don't want to hear those Germans whine about global warming B.S. ever again!

  11. oldschool823

    oldschool823

    15 giờ trước

    Quality work. not like china.

  12. Sheen B

    Sheen B

    15 giờ trước

    vnchannel.net/canal/UC86fiJXfbhj0lgU7F7yGzTAvideos?disable_polymer=1

  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous

    17 giờ trước

    Can I put this in my bimmer?

  14. quantomic1106

    quantomic1106

    18 giờ trước

    Cool... But yo, does it have Vtec tho?

  15. that one again

    that one again

    19 giờ trước

    The intro is half the video.

  16. Peter Karig

    Peter Karig

    20 giờ trước

    It would have been nice to actually hear these engines run instead of having to take their word for it. Kind of a let down.

  17. Wrath Spasm

    Wrath Spasm

    Ngày trước

    What are these fuckin crazy germans up to?

  18. Garrett Bean

    Garrett Bean

    Ngày trước

    Man, whoever wrote the script for this has a tenuous grasp of technical terminology.

  19. bslaws

    bslaws

    Ngày trước

    8000 liters an hour and fuel is 1.5 euros per liter. Less than 2 hours to cross so figure 1.75 hours. That's 21,000 euros per trip one direction or $23,800

  20. SteelJM1

    SteelJM1

    Ngày trước

    I wonder how much those refit technicians get paid

  21. godbluffvdgg

    godbluffvdgg

    Ngày trước

    Wow, those "Blowout" graphics are so killer! I've seen the entire paradigm of engineering change right in front of my eyes over the last half century...The design, materials, precision assemblies and performance of these machines would seem like science fiction 40 years ago...

  22. Macartan Caughey

    Macartan Caughey

    2 ngày trước

    Might i make a helping note the video was great but there was no need for the music

  23. Macartan Caughey

    Macartan Caughey

    2 ngày trước

    it might be deafening to the fitters but the stupid music i could not hear jack shit

  24. Macartan Caughey

    Macartan Caughey

    2 ngày trước

    That explosive view it amazing

  25. Macartan Caughey

    Macartan Caughey

    2 ngày trước

    Wow i need that turbocharger for my car only thing it is bigger that my car engine, would have give my eye teeth just to hear it turn over. have seen smaller swimming pools that that oil sump lol just glad that i am not buying the engine oil for that

  26. david johanson

    david johanson

    2 ngày trước

    ummmm if engine not start no problem, as they said at the start they can go without one engine. trying to make drama out of nothing. Sounds like a Democrat, good at crying but bad at new policy.

    • E Böß

      E Böß

      4 giờ trước

      Ha, or some republican that looks like Sgt. Shultz with orange hair, crying I see nothing, I know nothing, it’s all a lie.

  27. CARL BRAGANZA

    CARL BRAGANZA

    2 ngày trước

    32:39... anyone else notice the Mercedes building immediately next door to the MTU factory (on the lake shore, to the right). Does Mercedes have something to do with these engines perhaps? Developmental or Engineering expertise perhaps, or maybe they co-build with Rolls-Royce or something? Anyone know?

    • Toshka strokes

      Toshka strokes

      21 giờ trước

      www.mtu-report.com/Company/History-MTU/What-does-the-T-in-MTU-stand-for

  28. Brett Heller

    Brett Heller

    2 ngày trước

    I have been to the CAT plant in Ill. That make the huge Diesel engines for the Generators that run 3rd world countries. They leave them on a barge on the water in the event they dont make their payments in a timely manner they just go in with a tug boat and repossess them. They were putting the pistons in with a huge overhead crane. They were huge. I think they were building 12 Cyl. when I was there. Pretty Awesome. Would have never believed there was an engine that huge if I had not actually seen them being assembled.

  29. tj inla

    tj inla

    2 ngày trước

    What a tremendous amount of work involved. Awesome video.

  30. Don't Tread On Me

    Don't Tread On Me

    2 ngày trước

    It's pretty clear that the narrator and the person who wrote the script have no idea about engines whatsoever

  31. Samson H

    Samson H

    2 ngày trước

    the music is mega annoying and it would be nice if the narrator didn't dumb it all down to retard level.

  32. red headed stepchild

    red headed stepchild

    2 ngày trước

    8:00 FAIL DANGER !! Worker smoking a cigarette. Unsafe. Production should be halted and Health Department contacted. No more until all employees are giving clean bill of health. Second Hand smoke is deadly. NO SMOKING !! Be healthy... be safe !! USA USA

  33. Long Beach

    Long Beach

    2 ngày trước

  34. Long Beach

    Long Beach

    2 ngày trước

  35. Long Beach

    Long Beach

    2 ngày trước

    Come on where is all the people that want to chat about the boat motors are used to sell ships from Egypt to Hong Kong

  36. Long Beach

    Long Beach

    2 ngày trước

    This channel has been discontinued for comments

  37. Long Beach

    Long Beach

    2 ngày trước

    I looked at the first five comments they were all negative is this boat really a bad business deal if it is let me know so I can take my 50 million out

  38. Long Beach

    Long Beach

    2 ngày trước

    Why doesn't the US make some of those for the East Coast for people that are scared to fly

  39. Mike Allmon

    Mike Allmon

    2 ngày trước

    I didn't see any piston rings installed on it...

  40. Black Edelweiss

    Black Edelweiss

    3 ngày trước

    I don't see any migrants or refugees in the assembly plant. They must all be busy working as doctors, lawyers and scientists.

  41. oDieseLz

    oDieseLz

    3 ngày trước

    I know I'm not the only one who clicked on this just to see those gigantic turbos.

  42. Chuck Hall

    Chuck Hall

    3 ngày trước

    Very interesting. Unsure why the first foundry worker that was shown was wearing a face shield - but kept the shield up most of the time as the molten steel was flying all around him.

  43. EVIL_ PANDA

    EVIL_ PANDA

    3 ngày trước

    This has to be one of the coolest vids I ever seen!

  44. Grandpa the Grey

    Grandpa the Grey

    3 ngày trước

    Very interesting video. I'm a Electrical Power Production Specialist. Worked on/with big diesel engines similar to this in Electrical Generating Facilities all over the world for over 30 years. Pretty much every inhabited island, and every remote location on the planet has diesel power plants. From the Azores to the Marshall's to Antarctica, from small 6 cylinder 200Kw truck size engines to 16 cylinder 15Mw with 2 catwalks on each side. Some of today's modern diesels produce 4 or more times the power as the old diesels twice/3 times their size.

  45. SnifferSock

    SnifferSock

    3 ngày trước

    32:50 So multiple turbos are called a supercharger now?

  46. Michael Rohan

    Michael Rohan

    3 ngày trước

    I'm surprised to see the use of Dewalt power tools.

  47. Javier Weatherspoon

    Javier Weatherspoon

    3 ngày trước

    "Tolerances so minute they cannot be perceived by the naked eye"- Cuts to a guy inspecting with just his eyes

  48. Shawn Cockrell

    Shawn Cockrell

    3 ngày trước

    Why is there no sound,....did some one hum 2 seconds of a song and it got flagged.

  49. Smug Smugly

    Smug Smugly

    4 ngày trước

    This guy probably needed a engine for his car, so he goes to work on a Sunday when no ones around and builds one

    • Smug Smugly

      Smug Smugly

      2 ngày trước

      +red headed stepchild True

    • red headed stepchild

      red headed stepchild

      2 ngày trước

      Johhny Cash built a Cadillac that way !!

  50. tms1643

    tms1643

    4 ngày trước

    Face shield up! Safety first!

  51. Jeffrey Richardson

    Jeffrey Richardson

    4 ngày trước

    cast

  52. Jeffrey Richardson

    Jeffrey Richardson

    4 ngày trước

    German engineering is one of the best in the world.

  53. Jeff Revenaugh

    Jeff Revenaugh

    4 ngày trước

    .

  54. Punching Out

    Punching Out

    4 ngày trước

    Amazing

  55. pork

    pork

    4 ngày trước

    Psssh ohv

  56. jwgmail

    jwgmail

    4 ngày trước

    36.4 Megawatts. That could conservatively power 18,000+ homes (ranges I found are between 400-900 homes per MW).

  57. Douglas Fox

    Douglas Fox

    4 ngày trước

    Diesels have gotten way to Complex...Yhanks to the EzPA Gangsters...Now they have to use Low Sulphur Diesel fuel..Which will drive up all Diesel AGAIN..Thanks to GW Bush jr...The Texas POS Billionaire Traitor

  58. paul mryglod

    paul mryglod

    4 ngày trước

    This narrative sounds like a translation from German. It's slightly odd.

  59. John

    John

    4 ngày trước

    Haven't watched this yet; I dropped in to ask a simple question...why is everything "MEGA!" nowadays? Are they just addressing eighteen year old boys? Isn't anything just "large" anymore? Maybe they think we won't be sufficiently impressed with "large," ...it HAS to be "MEGA?"

  60. cpana2001

    cpana2001

    4 ngày trước

    Needs more epic music and movie trailer voice

  61. hotmojo1

    hotmojo1

    4 ngày trước

    It's German beer time.

  62. WoodstaS

    WoodstaS

    4 ngày trước

    Look at that huge pot of melten motal!

  63. Stanley Denning

    Stanley Denning

    4 ngày trước

    For any American people watching this. 50 degrees celsius is 122 degrees fahrenheit. I don't see any sweat. I wonder if there is any exaggeration here. Other than that... German engineering is the height of all engineering. Nothing better. Makes me proud to be 3/4 German.

  64. Ben Higgins

    Ben Higgins

    4 ngày trước

    18:30 .03 or .04mm is .001~ inch and that's far from 1/100 of a human hair.

  65. Dakota Lally

    Dakota Lally

    4 ngày trước

    This documentary is terrible. "Prior to casting, each template is given a coating which has a horrific smell to it." (8:25) WOW! That is super interesting! I'm so glad I understand the process now, a great use of my time!

  66. stephen zuschneid

    stephen zuschneid

    5 ngày trước

    I want one for my Silverado. And yes, I need that much horsepower?

    • red headed stepchild

      red headed stepchild

      2 ngày trước

      Grocery getter !

  67. NSMike87

    NSMike87

    5 ngày trước

    20:14 *Horses neigh in the distance*

  68. Pat G

    Pat G

    5 ngày trước

    Am I the only one that noticed the crack on the hoist fixture at the bottom of the screen at 14:23 ??? That should have been taken OUT of service long before it got to that point. As a Maintenance Technician seems like no preventative maintenance or inspections take place at that "state of the art" facility. Someone needs to lose their job for allowing that situation. If that were to fail, and it will, could easily crush and kill a man standing nearby.

    • Mike Hegarty

      Mike Hegarty

      4 ngày trước

      It looks like it's only a cover or shroud. Doesn't look like a load bearing part. Still if it fell off on someone's head it might leave a mark.

  69. Nick Lotus

    Nick Lotus

    5 ngày trước

    Who else was Blazed up and watching this? And where you tripping out on how crazy we as humans have evolved? 😂 I'm high as Hell! Very good video and very educational!

  70. boostedsil40

    boostedsil40

    5 ngày trước

    16:00 GIGGITTY GIGGITTY!!

  71. joshua treefelner

    joshua treefelner

    5 ngày trước

    Just got done installing one of these in my f150

    • red headed stepchild

      red headed stepchild

      2 ngày trước

      Nice !! NAPA had a great adapter plate kit. Once that was installed , the rest was easy. !!

  72. Mr. Lucky

    Mr. Lucky

    5 ngày trước

    Can it fit in my 96 civic?

  73. Swoog3G

    Swoog3G

    5 ngày trước

    A rich person should put one of these engines in a modified bus for the lols.

  74. James Lu

    James Lu

    5 ngày trước

    I would use a bottle of K-seal.

  75. shawbros

    shawbros

    5 ngày trước

    19:26 Ok everyone, make sure to cross your arms so we all look cool. 41:50 Ok everyone, cross your arms at the count of three!!!

  76. tommy aronson

    tommy aronson

    5 ngày trước

    What a waste of time, unnecessary German over engineering. Just use an electric motor

  77. tommy aronson

    tommy aronson

    5 ngày trước

    Thanks for killing our planet

  78. Chesty McStudmuffin

    Chesty McStudmuffin

    5 ngày trước

    Once again... First he says that these engines will run about 30 years before being opened. Then some guy near the end says every ten years they get removed and inspected. Finally, fucktardboy says it'll operate maintenance-free for 35 years.

    • gravelydon

      gravelydon

      2 ngày trước

      They really don't know how long they will last. Because that engine isn't that old. Now some of the F-M engines I worked on had been in use for 50 years when I was there. They had been rebuilt over the years but still were the same blocks and cranks. Some of the Detroit-Diesel engines had been in use for 25 years with only one overhaul. Some McIntosh & Seymour engines I've worked on were over 50 years old when I worked on them. Still as built.

  79. Chesty McStudmuffin

    Chesty McStudmuffin

    5 ngày trước

    Super-charger composed of several thousand parts. Really? Does the dipshit even understand numbers?

  80. Chesty McStudmuffin

    Chesty McStudmuffin

    5 ngày trước

    Dunno where the guy is getting his information, but 50C is 122F...those guys would be working in a literal sauna and none of them are sweating. And they'd probably die from a heat injury. just sayin'.

    • Hei Bao

      Hei Bao

      2 ngày trước

      40C would be calling for heat stroke for 8 hours no breaks. 50C... highly improbable, even with humidity control. Humidity makes a big difference and they're on the water.

  81. Todd Dunning

    Todd Dunning

    5 ngày trước

    Outstanding documentary production.

  82. Chase Hewett

    Chase Hewett

    5 ngày trước

    32.55 he says turbo charger, then he says supercharger, then turbo again. WTF

    • Chase Hewett

      Chase Hewett

      2 ngày trước

      +Hei Bao I understand that ya prick, I'm a diesel mechanic. What I'm trying to point out is the error in the script, like how they call that crane an overhead gantry when it is in fact a bridge crane, we have 4 of them at our shop.

    • Hei Bao

      Hei Bao

      2 ngày trước

      Those of us who know the difference know a turbocharger when we see one. And know turbochargers use intercoolers as mentioned.

  83. Chase Hewett

    Chase Hewett

    5 ngày trước

    For the love of god, the crane in the foundry is a bridge crane not a fucking gantry crane.

  84. Prestologs

    Prestologs

    5 ngày trước

    MTUseless.

  85. Tim Hallas

    Tim Hallas

    5 ngày trước

    Wouldn't it make more sense to use 10 or 20 "normal size" engines, and link them through a hydro-ststic system? That way, any number of engines can be swapped out , even while the ship is in operation, eliminating down time altogether. I'm just saying.

    • indyrat500

      indyrat500

      5 ngày trước

      No.

  86. trigga ville

    trigga ville

    5 ngày trước

    will this fit in my 02 corolla?

  87. Omar Albayane

    Omar Albayane

    5 ngày trước

    Can I engine swap this to my 2002 honda civic??

    • bachelors of trolling degree, 2013

      bachelors of trolling degree, 2013

      5 ngày trước

      Omar Albayane yes

  88. yobro manson

    yobro manson

    5 ngày trước

    I love how they repeatedly emphasize that this is highly specific work that requires tons of experience and extreme precision and it shows a guy kicking the sand into the mould haphazardly with his wee boots and when they mention precision they show the guys shoving in the rod lol.

  89. John Ford

    John Ford

    5 ngày trước

    Thanks for.the video. Amazing what man will do to convert chemical energy to mechanical. The tight tolerances reduce energy losses and allow a long life due to less stress internally. Most would be happy with normally aspirated power but no, turbo the mutha to nearly 14000 hp and who knows the torque.

  90. Andrew Mitchell

    Andrew Mitchell

    5 ngày trước

    Constantly reminding how "precise" and "exact" each action has to be without explaining the actual consequences of a failiure is rather pretentious.

    • Mike Hegarty

      Mike Hegarty

      4 ngày trước

      Consequences = engine go boom = everyone sad. 🙁😢😭

  91. Jeremy O'neal

    Jeremy O'neal

    5 ngày trước

    Would have liked to see the timing procedure for this engine.

    • Agent West

      Agent West

      5 ngày trước

      I'd say align the crank and cam shafts (possibly by hand with fancy versions of a pry bar), then bolt in the third gear. Since the "power units" are separate that would be much easier instead of trying to turn the crank with pistons attached and the cam with valve springs pushing against it. Kinda like timing a pushrod engine, then bolting on the head of a car engine.

  92. Joe Spinella

    Joe Spinella

    5 ngày trước

    Lmao I love how these shows overhype of whats going on. Like everything is breakneck... Seriously. Stop.

  93. Richard Petitclerc

    Richard Petitclerc

    6 ngày trước

    a woman installing a snap ring ... this is what a strong woman look like , every young woman shoud look and learn

  94. ZzDe0

    ZzDe0

    6 ngày trước

    Can someone help me I'm in the market for 15:58

  95. Will G

    Will G

    6 ngày trước

    The intro is annoying. When I go to a youtube video I go to see a video that get's into the subject. The ego glorification of so many channels is annoying.

  96. bobsagget823

    bobsagget823

    6 ngày trước

    Sponsored by mtu retards

  97. itsFiggers

    itsFiggers

    6 ngày trước

    Will this fit in my Honda?

  98. Cory Martin

    Cory Martin

    6 ngày trước

    How sweet would that new engine look with all the copper lines unpainted!

  99. Dennis Denney

    Dennis Denney

    6 ngày trước

    cool video, im part of a two man team that will rebuild 40 of these power units and 30 of the turbos for the US Navy.

    • paul mryglod

      paul mryglod

      4 ngày trước

      That sounds like an entire career of work!

    • jerbin sternberg

      jerbin sternberg

      6 ngày trước

      whats the pay like?

  100. okymek

    okymek

    6 ngày trước

    Nice massive crack on the shackle lifting the block out of the casting at 14:22 With that many man hours, materials, money and workers lives riding on something like that you would think that would be a major concern. Pretty embarrassing if to explain a failure or loss of life on such a simple oversight. I mean even the guy putting the camera on could have pointed that out.

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