|Created by||Sabin Mathew|
|Presented by||Sabin Mathew|
|Country of origin||India|
|Original release||December 3rd, 2012|
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Learn Engineering' 'is a YouTube channel created to educate eager students who are studying in the field of engineering, but many followers are adults who simply want to learn more about what drives our human world. The channel’s founder, Sabin Mathew , is a post graduate engineer from the University of IIT Delhilocated in India. The channel itself explains various concepts about different forms of engineering, even going into detail about automobile and aeronotical engineering.
History and Start of the Channel
Sabin Mathew, according to the story of how his channel got started, felt very passionate about physics and mathamatics and described engineering as simply being applied physics. The channel, according to Sabin, started after he had lost his job working as an engineer. He got back onto his feet and started a company doing engineering services for other companies. The income greatly depended upon how many projects he and his team got to work on. He contemplated whether or not he should create a youtube channel for quite some time before starting the channel back in Dec 3. 2012.  The first few videos uploaded wasn’t very high quality, but later when Learn Engineering was starting to gain momentum, Sabin hired professional animators to assist in his YouTube career. Today, they are a team of four people, who create professional videos to teach others about engineering. The funding comes from the Learn Engineering Patreon account where many subscribers choose to support them, and their work.
Learn Engineering’s About Us Page
The Learn Engineering’s About Us page explains their aim with their Youtube channel. In many cases around the world it is evident that students sitting in a classroom with many other sudents tend to not pay as much attention to the courses that are attending. Learn Engineering believes they have an alternitive environment to that of the classroom. Instead they provide informational videos in conjunction with student’s university studies in the field. They explain their aim in the following segment taken from the page: “We aim to provide quality engineering education. Our videos are designed to clear misconceptions, create a passion for engineering and explain complicated technologies in a simple way. Our aim here is to present people the so called ‘tough engineering concepts’ in a logical and simple way. Interactive videos are the answer for that. And we try to keep Mathematics at the bay in our articles & videos.” 
Growth of The Channel
Today there is a total of 1.8 million subcribers to the channel, with monthly views of up to 8 million. And according to the site socialblade the 30 days past from the date this page was created, Sep 4th 2018, the total number of people viewing Learn Engineering videos are 4,749,540 with a rise in 3.2% in the past month; the total number of new subscibers within the past month are 75,435, an increase of 2% from previous months. The number of subcribers are increasing, and the rate at which new viewers subscribe is not going to decrease any time soon. Learn Engineering was listed as one of the best engineering YouTube channel by many engineering websites   .The channel expects an exponential growth to continue which in turn allows Sabin’s team to create more videos and educate more people.
Learn Engineering covers a huge variety of engineering topics. The playlists included are Electronics and Electrical, Turbo-machinery, Thermal Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Aerospace & Aeronautical, Electrical Machines, Our German Videos, Mechanical Equipment Design, Structural Analysis, Electronics, and Manufacturing Technology. Content is being updated on a monthly basis, and new content is constantly added to the channel to keep the audiance engaged. See the list down below for the dates that each playlist was created.
List of segments
|Show||Number of Videos|
|Electronics and Electrical||7|
|Aerospace & Aeronautical||10|
|Mechanical Equipment Design||11|
Learn engineering also dubs videos to other world languages. These languages include the following: German, Japanese, Indonesian, Hindi, Spanish and Korean. There are only six as of now, but we can expect more languages in the future.
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- "Manufacturing stories - Learn Engineering". manufacturingstories.com. January 10, 2017.
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