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Manual Transmission, How it works ?

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Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon.com ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering Working of a Manual transmission is explained in an illustrative and logical manner in this video with the help of animation. Here the working of Sliding mesh and synchromesh transmissions are well illustrated. This video also explains the working of a reverse gear. Like us on FB : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine
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Parmar Rajesh (2 days ago)
rajesh parmar
aziz elmajdoubi (2 days ago)
thanks
pranjul shrivastav (4 days ago)
nice
Linus Kalinda (4 days ago)
I see
Raju Badiger (4 days ago)
Kannada send
The Husky Family (4 days ago)
my brain cannot comprehend this type of information...
KSI had BirdDog (4 days ago)
Being autistic makes this really hard to understand 😂
Naveen reddy (5 days ago)
Good explanation
Suho Saga (7 days ago)
Good
Ben Piercy (7 days ago)
My dad drove a manual 1976 ford dump truck 18 speed when he was 15. I learned how to drive a manual when i was 8.
My 1986 won't get the 5th gear. Sounds like grinding metal. It runs good unroll I have to use the 5th gear. I've been keeping under 50 mph
Dr. Aditya videos (9 days ago)
Please put a ANIMATED video of POSITION DIFFERENTIAL GEAR OF FRONT WHEEL DRIVE
Dr. Aditya videos (9 days ago)
Please put a ANIMATED video of DIFFERENTIAL GEAR OF FRONT WHEEL DRIVE
Khelfaoui Abdelbasset (10 days ago)
Thank you for this video
Dr. A. Elemayo (10 days ago)
Ohhh, I thought R was "race" mode. I thought my car was broken whenever I switched to it while moving.
Madhu Rao (10 days ago)
Superb bro ..I like more much . Please upload more videos bro
Stouffer (16 days ago)
But why has my clutch worn out after only 37,000 miles???
Mujtahid Haque (16 days ago)
Electric motors are so much simpler than this
Max Shao (17 days ago)
1
vayrab biswas (17 days ago)
super
ZB classic vehicles (19 days ago)
Ha my truck doesn’t have all this fancy technology. Grinds you don’t use that clutch twice per shift
Rudy Putra (19 days ago)
Ra mudeng
Babukumbar Babukumbar (25 days ago)
Iam full understanding this mechanisms
David Woodside (28 days ago)
Synchromesh is so innovative you wonder how anyone conceived it 100 years ago. It's really amazing how synchonization can be achieved mechanically without the need of either shaft to stop fully.
Zak-Attack (29 days ago)
Is this voice the same voice from how it’s made? Lol
Surs Dropman (29 days ago)
So if the gear ratio is under 1.0 it means that engine is powerfull enough umm over the car weight ?
Daniel Ejore (30 days ago)
I'm enjoying learning mechanic engineering thanks for good teachings.
Abhishek Soni (1 month ago)
Before the advent of synchromesh (maybe by Cadillac), the cars needed double clutching for up and down shifting. Quite noisy and harsh.
qqg Beyond (1 month ago)
shame on me majoring in mechanical engineering and still don't understand how it works
Demonwhisper (1 month ago)
So what about the clutching mechanism? What happens physically in the transmission when depressing the clutch pedal?
Michael Chandler (1 month ago)
Great video. Thanks
Forza GAMING101 (1 month ago)
Yeah auto is more popular but manual is a lot more fun
Bubble Rap (1 month ago)
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sparunece2005 (1 month ago)
Nice Explaination
adrià Canals (1 month ago)
Thank's for the video. I've learn a lot
MoonKookie (1 month ago)
Amazing!!!^^
agogolihack@gmail.com (1 month ago)
I learned too much from you. Thanks
Zhang Godfather (1 month ago)
very helpful!
Great
gogeta1001000 (1 month ago)
I just had my transmission "rebuilt" and has been worn in, approx 8,000 miles. When I shift to 2nd gear over 2,500 rpm or 3,000 it kind of feels like it grinds and slips right in to the gear. Is it normal? When I'm shifting at a lower speed it does not do it. I have warranty on it but every time I go they say they cannot find the issue. Any one pls help
C.G.B Spender (1 month ago)
thasnks i konw now why my 2nd gear grind
Derek Wall (1 month ago)
with a manual you get better acceleration than you would in a car with an automatic
Tithuipou Kamei (1 month ago)
'thank you for watching the video' i like that part
wlad (1 month ago)
soo the whine you get from reversing is from the straight cut gears?
idaho524 (1 month ago)
Damn, this was hard to follow. But i think i got it
vishnu kumar (1 month ago)
Really Useful thanks a lot...
The Engineer Guy (1 month ago)
This was a very helpful video, thanks!
John Burns (1 month ago)
The prime function of a gearbox is to compensate for the poor torque delivery of a piston/crankshaft internal combustion engine. Electric motors driving vehicles have a vastly superior torque delivery that they do not require gearboxes - which sap power and take up space.
Devashish Chauhan (1 month ago)
Approximately how much time it takes to complete one 6 min vedio like this? Your hard work is appreciable. 👌👍👍
vin (1 month ago)
Best demo I've seen thanks
Kira (1 month ago)
what is this weird country music wtf
Harsh Gupta (1 month ago)
Great explanation man! Keep it up👍
Liang Sam (1 month ago)
Very Clear Thank You for Sharing
Ratchawut Suprom (1 month ago)
i want it. can u teach me ?
남궁범 (2 months ago)
thank you for the video!
md anas (2 months ago)
manual transmission is most complicated in autombile
supared25 (2 months ago)
Great video explanation
Drawing mistakes in this video!!! 240P isn't working for me too 👶
blts (2 months ago)
best explanation i have found so far. nice
Rajni Mahala (2 months ago)
what about the transmission of gears in bike???
Icarus (2 months ago)
i understand "if you cant find it, grind it" a lot better now
atlantic1952 (2 months ago)
Very well illustrated, thanks!
Muhammad Bilal (2 months ago)
I am an engineer and only now I know what actually is the mechanism of gearbox, best explanation....
Bhargav Joshi (2 months ago)
This is the best visual explanation of all time. Thank you for providing this.
Check Car io (2 months ago)
Wow, so nice!
Barry C. (2 months ago)
Would like to see a comparison between the transmission for internal combustion and electric vehicle.
Vesa Humaloja (2 months ago)
Engine spins a wrong direction :D
이한결 (2 months ago)
...네? 뭐라고요?
Trent W (2 months ago)
I'm thinking that most people are getting lazy and it seems as though manual transmissions are disappearing. I'll only buy a stick shift.
Tre Lane (2 months ago)
This concept is almost exactly the same on a bicycle with gears
TheDeathDragon (2 months ago)
I don’t understand why there a different gears in the first place.
Simas Vaiciulis (2 months ago)
Its complicated but its a bit brigther for me now
jawaid awan (2 months ago)
It's a wonderful explanation, help a lot to all automobile engineers.
TRANSMISION C&C STANDAR (2 months ago)
OK
ᄒᄒᄒ (2 months ago)
WOW.. OMG..
逸宏 (2 months ago)
看完还是一脸懵逼
Krish B (2 months ago)
That's why when old cars shift gear has that weird sound.
Krish B (2 months ago)
The owner of this channel is an Indian from Kerala.
Shubham Kumar (2 months ago)
Thankyou for teaching us.
Liberty Warrior (2 months ago)
Wow, now I know.
This saints trays on many car at first before selling the car on market
Thumbnails alot
tqrecords (3 months ago)
hmm now I get what would happen if you're blasting it on the highway and then crank it in reverse....screeeeeeeeeccchhhhhh braaap braap brraapp kaching kaching kaching booom!
HerrProfDrGuenther (3 months ago)
And i was thinking that r means race...
Felipe Rodrigues (3 months ago)
best explaining video ever. congrats to the channel!
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حموز سعدية (3 months ago)
Wow ..you are awesome thank you
Paulie Morbol (3 months ago)
Please make more videos ! You don't have enough for me !
20 VÍCTOR RUBIO PILLAO (3 months ago)
OOF Im studing this thing
tikno chiemottchyy (3 months ago)
tolong jelasin pake bahasa indonesia....
Killer553 (3 months ago)
Seems like this will be my enemy No.1 on driving tests
Sourav Kumar (3 months ago)
Wat a video ... Concepts cleared
vana raja (3 months ago)
gr8 explanation
Ravi Bharti (3 months ago)
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xX_Kjcomputer_Xx (3 months ago)
how about Formula 1 gear
Andrew Mackey (3 months ago)
Thank you for making this video, I want to buy my son a stick shift, for several reasons, keep them off the phone, keep the Big Mac out of his hand, and he gets to feel the car, thank you for making something that explains the workings of a manual transmission
wowfact (3 months ago)
I didnt understand at 2:30 if the gears are loose and only one rotates with the shaft at the same speed, at what speed do the others rotate?
Danendra Ahmad (3 months ago)
How about 6th gear?
Sexbomb 6641 (3 months ago)
I think the reason many people don't understand this is because you didn't explain why different sized gears are needed on the camshaft. Think about the 1st gear. The small gear on the counter shaft spins at a certain speed thanks to the engine while it's idling. But the problem is that a cars driveshaft can't start at the engines RPM (revolutions per minute) while idling since it's not giving enough power. So the solution is a bigger gear connected to a smaller gear. The bigger gear can spin at a slower speed than the smaller while still possesing the power that the smaller gear transmits to the bigger gear given from the engine. That way the car can start slow while the engines camshaft is spinning faster (compensating for the cars weight) than the driveshaft until the camshaft and driveshaft eventually gets connected with eachother in 4th gear. In short terms the bigger gear betwen two gears will spin slower than the other. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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