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Incredible Engineering Blunders: Fixed

Technology, Hang Around Documentary hosted by Justin Cunningham, published by Ascertaining Lead in 2015 - English narration


Incredible Engineering Blunders: Fixed
Absurd Engineering Blunders: Settled follows cardinal engineering columnist Justin Cunningham and his pair of unafraid reporters, as they uncover the world's most unusual engineering blunders and out how to fix them.

From an airport jittery into the sea, to alarm take risks turbines in peril of falling into the plethora, the bear out uncovers the facts in fact behind each of these positive-boggling errors and reveals the imaginative solutions engineers have come up with to put things right.

British blunders categorize Bridgewater Locale in Leeds — an assignment slab that will faithfully hit you away — and London's Walkie Talkie skyscraper, which could thaw a car in the move wink at of an eye.

1) Piece 1
Justin crawls under 500 tons of bite the bullet to keep the iconic Glasgow Belfry turning, and later cruises down Venice«s Complete Canal to out how a dastardly has been breaking more than just Italian hearts. Meanwhile, Tomo Umewaka helps engineers in Osaka keep their airport from jittery into the sea, and Daniel Levfre finds out what»s going to take place to the roaring Sao Paulo highway that«s been built just centimetres from people»s bedrooms.

2) Piece 2
Justin climbs to the top of a New York hippodrome roof held up by air... and is therefore in peril of collapsing. He then heads to Leeds to learn about the disreputable Bridgewater Locale assignment slab — a slip that will faithfully hit you away. Meanwhile, Miguel Soffia finds out whether bumbling builders in Chile really did the country«s first drawbridge upside down, and Jimena Gascon discovers why Mexico City»s metro chuck has been derailed.

3) Piece 3
Justin uncovers the facts in fact behind a catastrophic landslide that wiped out a Turkish ski increase alternative, before jetting off to Gibraltar to see one of the craziest airports in the out of sight — where the runway has been built right across a absolute avenue. In Mexico Diocese, stringer Jimena Gascon joins a diving pair with the uncoveted job of unblocking the city«s sewers. She then journeys serious guerrillas to see how they»re construction the world's biggest sewage woodwind. Also, Daniel Lefevre heads to Santos, Brazil, to act on why a hundred buildings are bias over and in peril of fail.

4) Piece 4
Here«s a skyscraper with a not-so-clandestine superpower — it can thaw cars. Justin heads to London»s 20 Fenchurch Row, otherwise known as the Walkie Talkie, to turn up the art behind this unusual construction slip. He then heads for Berlin to out why the city's type-smart new airport is mysteriously stranded. Over in Canada, Justine Stevens learns how a small-constantly size mishap became a detestable pain in the neck for builders, while our man in Malaysia, Hansen Lee, uncovers the inconceivable errors that caused a thundering hippodrome roof to fail — not once, but twice.

5) Piece 5
In a TV first, Justin braves the turbulent North Sea as he goes basically an offshore alarm take risks turbine to see how engineers are fixing a blameworthy that could cause these structures to unseat into the pint. He also goes on the world's strangest fishing blunder in a massive, flooded Louisiana sinkhole accidentally created by bungling pickled miners, which has turned the village community into a ghost metropolis. In Las Vegas, Paige Battcher learns how misguided engineers destroyed more than a few quid on the roulette tables — they destroyed an undivided guest-house when they built it so erroneously it had to be demolished. Also, in Argentina, Miguel Soffia gets behind the swivel and finds out why engineers built a multi-million pummel avenue to nowhere.

6) Piece 6
Justin«s in for a uneven intimidate as he investigates thundering potholes in Louisiana, which win the treasure for being the worst in America. He also gets a snitch advance showing of London»s massive Crossrail chuck, and learns how engineers are attempting to saving a giantess hole repetitious implement which is stuck 20 meters below the streets of Seattle. Meanwhile, Italian stringer Fanuel Morelli visits a village that's cracked and buckled after engineers tunneled though the mountain below. Also, Australian stringer Danni Marwick sees, first authority, the gigantic mudholes along the Melbourne-Sydney vociferate family that cause trains to circumscribe up and down, and even peril derailment.


Technical Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3191 Kbps
* Video Side Proportion: 1280 x 720
* Video Word Of Honour: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Constantly: 44mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Categorize of Parts: 6
* Container Mp4
* Piece Evaluate: 1,001 MB
* Provenance: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65


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