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BYU Village Drill Update

Created on 15 October 2012
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BYU engineers traveled to Tanzania to test their human-powered drill. The drill is used to drill water wells in developing countries where traditional drilling methods are too expensive.

Sponsored by WHOlives.org, the water well drill project was part of a senior Capstone project by Brigham Young University mechanical engineering students.

Edited by Ryan McLean Field Footage courtesy of Jimmy Stacey Additional footage courtesy of John Renouard, WhoLives.org

More info: http://wholives.org/ 
Produced by: WHOlives and Brigham Young University 
Year: 2011
Language: English



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