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Old 09-25-2005, 09:28 AM
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Default Science project with aerodynamics.

hi um im in 10th grade in ap classes and i have a project that deals with kites and aerodynamics how can i make this project more difficult and at a higher level.
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Default Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics

take a look at this one [url]http://www.all-science-fair-projects.com/science_fair_projects.php?s_terms=aerodynamics&typ e=0&s_difficulty=&hidden=1&s_category=[/url]

You can possibly modify your project accordingly.
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Dear Sciencechick

Since air is a fluid, you can make a project where you can show laminar or turbulent flow by attaching a kite to a fan and show laminar flow and then put some obstacles in front of the fan to make turbulent flow. You can show to people how does the kite flows with laminar flow and turbulent flow.
Look in the internet for fluid mechanics, and get some ideas.

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that's a good idea oscar keep it up... is air a fluid bu in invisible particals?
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Dear Sciencechick

Since air is a fluid, you can make a project where you can show laminar or turbulent flow by attaching a kite to a fan and show laminar flow and then put some obstacles in front of the fan to make turbulent flow. You can show to people how does the kite flows with laminar flow and turbulent flow.
Look in the internet for fluid mechanics, and get some ideas.

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That's a fascinating idea Oscar. Thanks for the suggestion.
For this project, it would be necessary to find a cheap/easy enough way to show laminar flow. I wonder how.

Hmm, I found a link at:
[url]http://members.ozemail.com.au/~macinnis/scifun/fluids.htm#laminara[/url]
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