We found 68 resources with the concept compression
Reaching Breaking Point: Materials, Stresses, and Toughness: Crash Course Engineering #18
11 mins 9th - 12th
Don't let materials science break you. An informative video explains the mechanical properties of materials. It uses a stress-strain diagram to discuss elasticity, hardness, toughness, creep strength, and fatigue strength. It also...
A Cartesian Diver—Classic Chemistry Experiments
6th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
Sometimes the simplest experiments leave the biggest impression! Introduce young chemists to the Cartesian Diver by having them make one of their own. Use the Diver to further their study of liquids and gases, as well as compression.
Compression: Crash Course Computer Science #21
13 mins 9th - Higher Ed
If you've always wondered what JPEG means, now's your chance to figure it out. Scholars learn about file compression techniques, including the difference between lossless and lossy compression. The video explains run-length encoding and...
Statics: Crash Course Physics #13
9 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Static forces are all around you. Learn the factors that affect the static nature of buildings and other structures. As the 13th video of the series, the lesson builds on scholars' knowledge of force and torque to develop an...
3 States of Matter: Solids, Liquids and Gases
3 mins 9th - 12th
Start your states of matter unit off right with an engaging video! Before scholars can write and balance equations or predict products, knowledge of the three main states of matter is essential. The first in a 14-part series discussing...
Limestone Cycle - Limestone, Quicklime and Slaked Lime
5 mins 9th - 12th
Calcium rocks! Well, in this case, calcium carbonate is a little more accurate. Part four in a series of seven, the video describes how the seashells of ages past compressed to form one of Earth's most useful sedimentary rock resources....
Fairly Fundamental Facts About Forces and Structures
6th - 8th
Don't twist and turn looking for a resource. The first installment of a six-part series teaches young engineers about the five fundamental forces of compression, tension, shear, bending, and torsion. These forces help explain different...