Get to know the biggest engines in the world (Persian subtitles)
For big goals, big and strong things should be prepared and this is where the biggest engines in the world show their power for big changes and helping mankind. We may not have the dimensions and power that these mechanical devices can have, but every engine is made for application and has an output power and a size that is proportional to it, which also requires its own special engineering. For this reason, depending on the place and purpose of use, some engines can have dimensions beyond everyday imagination.
These engines move the biggest structures with extraordinary force. But behind these massive engines, advanced engineering has been done that has coordinated the smallest components. They fly wide-body airplanes or the engines that power giant ships to move across the ocean. From wind turbine engines to tame the unruly force of storms to rocket engines that took man to the moon with stunning power, all have been launched to advance a part of human capability.
Some of these engines are even from the Institute of Guinness world Records have officially won top titles in their field of activity. Like the Boeing 777x engine, which is the same diameter as the fuselage of a Boeing 737.
This video from Xplained examines the world's largest engines, their power and size, and compares them to everyday things we know.