Download
flying machines n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Flying Machines PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Flying Machines

Flying Machines

480 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

Flying Machines

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Creative Technology Laboratory Flying Machines

  2. Flying Machines The Problem Almost everyone dreams of visiting exotic places. But traveling can waste a lot of time. Build-It-Yourself.com

  3. Flying Machines Our mission is to build flying machines that get us from A to B faster and cheaper and with less pollution. The Mission Build-It-Yourself.com

  4. Flying Machines Rocket Men Deadelus Fusion Man Japanese Rocket Man http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XObKek9Tuc Swiss Rocket Man http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4arnATc04U Gossomer Condor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sp7yv67B5Sc Build-It-Yourself.com

  5. Flying Machines Paper Airplanes Paper Airplane World Championships http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aoQTAw6SBA&feature=related Paper Airplane World Record Flight 26.7 seconds http://www.paperplane.org/record_film.html Basic Build-It-Yourself Glider http://www.build-it-yourself.com/biy-projects/proj-fly-machines/resources/fly-x101.ppt More Paper Airplane Instructions www.funpaperairplanes.com Build-It-Yourself.com

  6. Flying Machines • See if you can make your rocket hit a target or reach the ceiling. Straw Powered Rockets Instructions for straw powered flying machines. Build-It-Yourself.com

  7. Flying Machines • These rockets can go 50 feet in the air. • Click to watch it in action Air Powered Rockets Instructions for soda bottle powered rockets. Build-It-Yourself.com

  8. Flying Machines • Explore the physics of flight including: • Center of gravity. • Wing shape for lift. • Steering ailerons. • Wing position and stability. Gliders Click to watch it in action Instructions for soda bottle powered gliders. Build-It-Yourself.com

  9. Flying Machines • Build a revolutionary, incredible flying machine from your collection of premium quality junk. Space Ships and Other Flying Contraptions Build-It-Yourself.com

  10. Flying Machines Lab Book Research • How much extra time would we have (to play computer games) if we could get to and from school every day in 1 minute instead of 30 minutes? • 2. Write a brief history of flight including pictures. Build-It-Yourself.com

  11. Flying Machines Lab Book ResearchTime saved if we could rocket to school. Build-It-Yourself.com

  12. Flying Machines The center of gravity will determine if your plane will dive, stall, or glide straight. Position a paper clip along your fuselage to experiment. Physics of Flight – Center of Gravity Paper clip too far forward Paper clip too far to the rear Paper clip just right Build-It-Yourself.com

  13. Flying Machines Physics of Flight - Control Build-It-Yourself.com

  14. Flying Machines Wing angle down will make your plane roll and fly upside down. Wing angle up will make your plane fly stable. Physics of Flight - Control Front views Build-It-Yourself.com

  15. Flying Machines Ailerons (wing flaps) will make a plane turn and create lift or drag. Physics of Flight - Control Build-It-Yourself.com

  16. Flying Machines Tail fins (or vertical stabilizers) help control yaw. Physics of Flight - Control Build-It-Yourself.com

  17. 2 C V L Flying Machines • To fly, the ‘Lift’ must be > than the weight of the plane. • The general airplane lift equation: • where: • L is the lift (in pounds), • ρ is the air density, L = ρ S > Weight of plane ½ Physics of Flight - Lift Build-It-Yourself.com

  18. 2 C V L Flying Machines • To fly, the ‘Lift’ must be > than the weight of the plane. • The general airplane lift equation: • where: • L is the lift (in pounds), • ρ is the air density, • S is the area of the wing, L = L = ρ ρ S > Weight of plane ½ Physics of Flight - Lift Build-It-Yourself.com

  19. 2 C V L Flying Machines • To fly, the ‘Lift’ must be > than the weight of the plane. • The general airplane lift equation: • where: • L is the lift (in pounds), • ρ is the air density, • S is the planform area of the wing, and • Vis the airspeed of the airplane. • According to this formula, • which airplane factor is the most important? L = ρ S > Weight of plane ½ Physics of Flight - Lift Build-It-Yourself.com

  20. C L 2 C V L Flying Machines • To fly, the ‘Lift’ must be > than the weight of the plane. • The general airplane lift equation: • where: • L is the lift (in pounds), • ρ is the air density, • S is the planform area of the wing, and • Vis the true airspeed of the airplane. • is the lift coefficient which factors complex shape design. L = ρ S > Weight of plane ½ Physics of Flight - Lift Fast Moving Air - Less Pressure Gravity Slow Moving Air - More Pressure Lift Build-It-Yourself.com

  21. Flying Machines Videos of how speed and air flow can create lift > gravity Physics of Flight - Lift http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9FsYDEIZWk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TP_yTyfdmBQ&feature=endscreen&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmAnzrVO44s&NR=1&feature=endscreen Build-It-Yourself.com

  22. Flying Machines • Calculate how fast the 1903 Wright Brothers plane had to go to get off the ground. • http://wright.nasa.gov/airplane/lifteq.html • - PSI at sea level is 14.7 • - Wing area = 40 x 6 x 2 sq. ft. • Weight = 750lbs • Angle of attack = 5 degrees • Speed of sound = 760mph • Speed of passenger get = 560mph • Speed of Wright Bros. Plane = ?????? Physics of Flight – Wright Brothers Build-It-Yourself.com

  23. Flying Machines Physics of Flight – Wright Brothers Build-It-Yourself.com

  24. Flying Machines Plane Decorations Build-It-Yourself.com

  25. Flying Machines It Goes It Goes Make your own decals in PowerPoint ail eathers ail eathers oom oom Build-It-Yourself.com

  26. Flying Machines Make your own decals in PowerPoint Build-It-Yourself.com

  27. Flying Machines Make your own decals in PowerPoint Build-It-Yourself.com

  28. Flying Machines Make your own decals in PowerPoint Build-It-Yourself.com

  29. Flying Machines Decorated Paper Airplane Build-It-Yourself.com

  30. Flying Machines • Study project guidelines. • Set up PowerPoint lab book. • Document problem and mission. • Problem solving tricks • Presenting ideas • Physics of flight • Build (paper planes, gliders, rockets) • Decorate • Present projects. • Contests for: • - flight time • - accuracy • - creativity and good looks Agenda Build-It-Yourself.com

  31. Flying Machines • Build a rubber band driven airplane • Build a mobile that turns with several flying contraptions balanced. Extra Projects Build-It-Yourself.com

  32. Flying Machines • Draw a time line of man made flight. • Research flying machines by Leonardo • Why do planes fly and boats don’t? • What are examples of how technology has improved live? • What are examples of how technology has made life worse? • What do you think are the most amazing man made inventions? • Why is teamwork important? • What do you think are the biggest problems in the world? • How could technology help solve these problems? Class discussion / time out research / extra projects Build-It-Yourself.com

  33. Flying Machines • PowerPoint Guru • Problem Solver • Creative, Modular Builder • Master of Presentations • Aeronautical Physicist Super powers you will acquire Build-It-Yourself.com