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7 Extreme Transportation You Need To See

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  • Welcome to TtI today. We are listing some of the world's most amazing transportation stories. That are so large-scale
  • They might make you feel like superman was orchestrating it all so sit back relax and enjoy this video my friend
  • number one
  • Bagger 288
  • The bagger 288 is a mining machine and Bucket-wheel excavator. It's the biggest machine designed to work in [open-Pit]
  • Coal mines it's got a height of 330 feet and the length of almost two football fields
  • It's so huge it requires five drivers to handle it in
  • 2001 this excavator completed work at one line and moved on up to another 14 miles away turns out
  • It was cheaper to move it in one piece and to dismantle it and put it back together after transportation
  • That is no smooth
  • task the travel took over thirty three weeks the vehicle had to cross over a river a highway a
  • Railway and a few roads at a speed of
  • 33 feet per minute the trip cost almost 50 million deutsche mark and required a group of 70 workers
  • The Baggers Transportation was made possible thanks to 12 systems on the track chain with electric drive
  • 7 million cubic feet of mud and gravel to level out [the] roads in some places even grass
  • Sod had to be laid down to allow the load to pass
  • the speed of these machines
  • Are often halves neither was 30 feet per minute which would translate into about 1/3 of a mile per hour?
  • However the fact that they can move at all technological [miracle] brought about through the use of Giant Crawlers
  • number two
  • Nuclear reactor a Saudi Company has transported a
  • [1048] ton reactor
  • 683 Miles over Steep Desert Hills and narrow Winding roads
  • It was carried on a hydraulic trailer going up each hill was a difficult task some would even fall behind
  • Switching to two trucks in the back and four in the front
  • Trucks and trailers were connected to each other mechanically which increased the traction and braking capacity
  • engineers Hope in the near future
  • transporting loads over 2,000 tons will be made possible with just a single truck in front and behind of the cargo a
  • company called [memoed] began developing new heavy Transport machinery called trailer Helper it uses tugs with
  • Hydraulic drive to reduce the need for multiple trucks presently required for traction
  • Direction and telling capacity with the help of this trailer the speed will increase
  • To at least five times and as a bonus it requires only one driver to manage the whole system which practically excludes mistakes in
  • coordination
  • number three
  • Inai Gnorga oil Rig the E9 orga [all] Rig in Norway contains the largest floating oil drill in the world
  • it needed the help of the dockwise vanguard for
  • Transportation this historically named dutch ship was made for heavy jobs like this one due to its size strength and
  • Submersible capabilities it has the power to carry
  • 220 million pounds and has made easy work of moving the
  • 351 foot Diameter oil Rig which has the ability to fill
  • 100,000 barrels a day the oil rig is no doubt made heavier by its construction as the
  • Particularly reg is headquartered in Norway in early 2015 [the] [vanguard] made its voyage
  • Westward to the E9 Gnorga construction site in South Korea through the Indian Ocean under the Southern tip of [africa]
  • Followed by a 60 day journey to Europe once docked to its mining station the E9 [Argo] was connected to its mainland Power source
  • number [four]
  • Harriett gas turbine the [machines] official name is the
  • [9h] a and it's made of heavy parts originally fabricated for jet engines the efficiency of this turbine is nearly unmatched
  • Which is why the precious cargo was treated to a long slow drive through the country at an average speed of 10 miles per hour
  • The device was held suspended by a long metal cradle which was connected to hinges by flatbeds on either end
  • This allowed the lengthy trailer to take its turn slow and with ease to ensure a successful commute
  • Engineers needed to examine every turn along the route between Belfort and its final location in Strasbourg
  • capping off three years of in-depth planning
  • number five
  • large binocular telescope
  • For a viewing device that peers out into deep space the world's largest mirror telescope needed to take a very
  • Earthbound Road Trip before taking a seat on the mountaintop where it is today?
  • Now glimmering on top of emerald peak in Arizona the Telescope's 30 foot long mirror required
  • Nearly a half a year of planning and a week of travel to get to the top of the ten thousand four hundred and eighty
  • foot peak the voyage began on October 23rd 2003 and the
  • 35,000 pounds load left the mirror Lab and headed to the base of a summit traveling a total of
  • 122 miles at a speed of 45 miles per hour
  • The following six days were spent prepping for the trip to the tip of the [mountain] on
  • 24 axles the flatbed travels upward winding from Ridge to Ridge at a single [mile-Per-hour]
  • With the mirror suspended up right over the carefully inspected and smoothed out road the task was repeated soon after for the telescope's
  • Second mirror which was needed to make it function like a set of binoculars hence the name large binocular telescope
  • It's the worthwhile journey to the top of emerald peak allows us to get a closer look at the stars
  • number [6]
  • [Mu] on G2 magnate Mu on G2 is a large accelerator owned by a company called fermilab
  • It's made to analyze mu on tiny short-lived highly magnetic particles
  • these muon
  • Experiments are intended to measure the exact timeline of [the] [bulan] particles existence and test whether they adhere to the laws of Modern [Kwon] physics
  • [luan] are considered heavy electrons and their analysis could be used to study how substances react to each other at the atomic level
  • obviously these particles aren't as heavy as we accelerate are used to study them the G2 required a small army of vehicles and
  • technicians to move it from its construction site in Long Island to its home at fermilab in Illinois at
  • 50 feet in diameter and with a 90 thousand pound apparatus intended to keep the device level and protected
  • The 3400 Mile Journey to move this electromagnet took more than a month to complete
  • after a Two-day drive through Long Island
  • New York the Accelerator was moved by Crane to a bridge which sailed South along the [east] [coast] around
  • Florida and up the Mississippi River until it was transferred to another truck and driven for three straight days to fermilab
  • finally finishing out its big move
  • number seven
  • Memo, it's heavy offshore Haul
  • [memo] is a dutch company specializing in the movement and transportation of incredibly heavy objects based on their track record
  • We are sure they could carry an entire parade on top of their flatbeds
  • memo [towed] the heaviest offshore module to ever be dragged on land at
  • 279 feet long 100 feet high and [700] thousand pounds this job garnered them a spot in the guinness [book] of world records
  • Originating in Newcastle uk the BP [clare] topside module required a year of engineering and development prior to the move
  • 470 Axles were needed for the gigantic flatbed tasked with carrying at topside with modules broken down and arranged in a tetris-like
  • Fashion to fit accordingly on the vehicle the flatbeds were all linked physically and
  • technologically with a computerized system monitoring structural integrity for
  • spmt or
  • self-propelled modular
  • Transporters A
  • Ballast system and a team of forklifts who are coordinated and choreographed to help host
  • [Bp's] machinery from the flatbed to a customized barge that would take this puppy out to sea
  • Once the spmt takes the module onto the barge the modules then jacked up high enough for the spmts be removed
  • And then it's welded to the barge before being sent out to sea we hope you like this video which transportation story
  • Did you find you interesting or cool let us know in the comments and subscribe for new thinking see you in the next video peace?

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7 Extreme Transportation You Need To See
Top 10 EXTREME Transportation Moves By Mankind EVER

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1. Bagger 288

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagger_288

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/0/watch--the-worlds-largest-land-vehicle-the-bagger-288-bucket-whe/

2. Nuclear Reactor

https://wn.com/heavy_lifting_handling_transport_placement_of_reactor

3. Eni Norge Oil Rig

http://www.eninorge.com/en/News--Media/News-Archive/2015/-Goliat-platform-now-in-Hammerfest/

4. Harriet Gas Turbine

https://powergen.gepower.com/products/heavy-duty-gas-turbines/9ha-gas-turbine.html

http://gereports.com.my/post/92620613309/9ha-worlds-most-powerful-gas-turbine-travels

5. Large Binocular Telescope

http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/trucking-the-worlds-largest-telescope-mirror/

6. Muon G2 Magnet

http://muon-g-2.fnal.gov/bigmove/

7. MAMMOET’S HEAVIEST OFFSHORE HAUL

http://www.mammoet.com/en/expertise/heavy-transport/

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