Video Requests, Do These Video Tutorials Exist?

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Hey

I am looking for some video tutorials, all are level 1, or freshman level, so nothing to involved.

- Vibration
- Bending (Beam)
- Stress / Strain
- General Mechanics ( Vectors, Momentums, Torque, Free Body Diagrams, Newtons Laws, Shear Force)

- Thermodynamics
- SFEE ( Standard Flow Energy Equations )
- NFEE ( Non-flow energy Equations )
- Steam Tables and Calculations

All the above i cant really find anything on them, have got text books, etc, but was wondering if anyone has seen some video tutorials around?

I am sure i have seen Cambridge or Oxford video tutorials for thermodynamics on the web, but cant refind them...

I am looking pretty basic, introduction type stuff, or Freshmen / Level One / First year Mechanical Engineering

Thanks for any help
 

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Walter Lewin's Video Lectures:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Physics/8-01Physics-IFall1999/VideoLectures/ [Broken]
 
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