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Wimpy Radar Antenna
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Students reinforce an antenna tower made from foam insulation so that it can withstand a 480 N-cm bending moment (torque) and a 280 N-cm twisting moment (torque) with minimal deflection. During one cl...
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7 (6-8)CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
MA :
Science (2001)
3 hrs 4 US$ 1.00
Win that Bid! Selling Your Power Solution
Engineering Category:
A large part of engineering involves presenting products, concepts, and proposals to others in order to gain approval, funding, contracts, etc. The purpose of this activity is to fine-tune students' ...
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8 (7-8)ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
NC :
Science (2004)
2 hrs 4 US$ 8.00
Wind Chimes
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Students are challenged to design and build wind chimes using their knowledge of physics and sound waves, and under given constraints such as weight, cost and number of musical notes it must generate. They make mathematical computations to determine the pipe lengths.9 (9-12)ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
MA :
Science (2001)
Math (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
2 hrs 30 mins4 US$ 10.00
Wind Energy
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Students learn about wind energy by making a pinwheel to model a wind turbine. Just like engineers, they decide where and how their turbine works best by testing it in different areas of the playground.4 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
1 hr 40 mins1 US$ 0.25
Wind Power
Engineering Category:
In this activity, students develop an understanding of how engineers use wind to generate electricity. They will build a model anemometer to better understand and measure wind speed.4 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
50 mins4 US$ 1.00
Wind Power! Designing a Wind Turbine
Engineering Category:
Students learn how engineers transform wind energy into electrical energy by building their own miniature wind turbines and measuring the electrical current it produces. They explore how design and position affect the electrical energy production.4 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
1 hr 40 mins2 US$ 4.00
Windmill of Your Mind — Distributed Energy Goes to School
Engineering Category:
Students research the feasibility of installing a wind-turbine distributed energy (DE) system for their school. They write a proposal (actually, the executive summary of a proposal) to the school prin...
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4 (4-6)CO :
Science (2009)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
1 hr 40 mins28 US$ 0.00
Windstorm
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In this activity, students will learn about how tornadoes are formed and what they look like. By creating a water vortex in a soda bottle, they will get a first-hand look at tornadoes.5 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
50 mins4 US$ 1.00
Windy Tunnel
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The purpose of this activity is to demonstrate Bernoulli's Principle as it relates to winged flight. The students will use computers to see the influence of camber and airfoil angle of attack on the lift.8 (7-9)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
50 mins2 US$ 0.00
Wire Maze
Engineering Category:
Students gain a basic understanding of electrical circuits. They build wire circuits and pass paperclips through the mazes, trying not to touch the wires. Touching a wire with a paperclip causes the circuit to close, which activates an indicator.7 (6-8)ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
MA :
Science (2001)
1 hr 30 mins US$ 2.00
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