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Practical Engineering — Blog

With a focus on civil engineering and public works, Practical Engineering highlights the innovative structures and projects that meet humanity’s basic needs.

  • By Grady Hillhouse
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly three posts per month

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Apr 2022 2
May 2022 2
Jun 2022 2
Jul 2022 2
Aug 2022 2
Sep 2022 2
Oct 2022 2
Nov 2022 2
Dec 2022 2
Jan 2023 2
Feb 2023 2
Mar 2023 2
Apr 2023 2
May 2023 2
Jun 2023 2
Jul 2023 2
Aug 2023 3
Sep 2023 4
Oct 2023 4
Nov 2023 2
Dec 2023 0

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Engineering The Largest Nuclear Fusion Reactor
[Note that this article is a transcript of the video embedded above.]This is my friend Jade, creator of the Up and Atom channel. She makes these incredible math and physics explainers that I absolutely love, …
On , by Wesley Crump, 2,748 words
Which Is Easier To Pull? (Railcars vs. Road Cars)
[Note that this article is a transcript of the video embedded above.]Imagine the room you’re in right now was filled to the top with gravel. (I promise I’m headed somewhere with this.) I don’t know …
On , by Wesley Crump, 2,865 words
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION of a Sewage Pump Station - Ep 5
This is the fifth and final episode of a five-part pilot series to gauge your interest in "How It's Made"-esque heavy construction videos. Drop a comment or send me an email to let me know …
On , by Wesley Crump, 57 words