JAES Learning

The first YouTube channel entirely dedicated to spare parts
In our channel we deal with many different topics specific to the area of electronics, mechanics and hydraulics.
We create animated educational video for many manufacturing companies
in which we explain the operation of every industrial device.


62 articles

How hydraulic valves work

Valves are tools that direct, control or regulate the flow of a fluid.

They can allow or interrupt the flow, regulate the flow rate or pressure and their body has inlet and outlet ports, inside of which there is a moving element for flow regulation or interruption.

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Tesla Valve

Tesla valve is a fixed geometry passive check valve. It lets a fluid flow only in one direction, without moving parts.
This valve gets its name from Nikola Tesla, who invented it in 1920 and in the patent it is described as a series of eleven flow-control segments.

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Car engine cooling system

Have you ever wondered how the engine cooling system of your car works? It may not look like important, but it’s an essential part of the car ensuring the perfect functioning of the engine.

The car engine cooling system is a mix of devices working to cool the engine temperature holding it at the best operating level.

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Butterfly Valve – Hydraulic Valves

Valves are tools that direct, control or regulate the flow of a fluid.
They can allow or interrupt the flow, regulate the flow or pressure rate and their body has inlet and outlet ports, inside of which there is a moving element for flow regulation or interruption.

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How does a ball valve work?

Valves are shut-off or regulating equipment placed along the path of fluid streams.

In this video we will show you how a ball valve works. Moreover, if you watch the other videos on our playlist you will find out all the other types of valves existing.

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How do relays work?

A relay is an electromechanical switch: it is necessary when, with small power available, you need to control a secondary circuit that can have higher voltage, amperage, or even different types of current, such as alternating or direct current.
The drive circuit can be closed by a simple manual switch, but also by various kinds of analog or electronic equipment.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY

With renewable energy we mean energy sources other than traditional made out from fossil fuels like oil, coal and natural gas. They don’t pollute nor exhaust, since they can regenerate at the end of their lifecycle.
These sources are a great advantage for both environmental protection and human health and are used to produce electricity.

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Pump calculation: FLOW RATE – RPM – HEAD PRESSURE – POWER – IMPELLER DIAMETER

After diving into the history and basic principles of industrial pumps, after having applied the Bernoulli equations to explain the functioning of centrifugal pumps, after building a tiny version of a water pump with recycled materials, in this video we are going to learn pump calculations and in the specific we’re going to learn how to calculate:
the FLOW RATE, the revolutions per minute RPM, the HEAD PRESSURE, the PUMP POWER and the IMPELLER DIAMETER.

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SOLENOID VALVE

Valves are shut-off or regulating equipment placed along the path of a fluid stream. They can either let or interrupt a fluid to flow, regulate the flow rate or the current pressure; they are equipped also with actuators, a mechanism which control the movable element for regulating or interrupting the flow.

The solenoid valve is a type of valve equipped with an electromechanical actuator, usually a solenoid. In this video we will show you how the solenoid actuator works, its advantages, and we will analyze the inside of a real solenoid valve. Watch also all the other videos on our playlist to find out all the other types of valves we use every day.

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How does a heat exchanger work?

Even if it doesn’t seem like it, several of the objects we have in the house are at the theoretical level of heat exchangers; they allow the exchange of thermal energy between two fluids (which can be liquid or gaseous) without these coming into contact with each other.

In this video we will see how a heat exchanger works.

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