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STEAM like Leonardo project

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STEAM

The team

INSTITUT NARCÍS XIFRA I MASMITJÀGirona

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Our school:http://iesnx.xtec.cat/Our project:STEAM like LeonardonullSteamlikeleonardohttp://steamlikeleonardo.blogspot.com/

mISSION: TO build an anemometer

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to find information about Leonardo’s flying machines and his Codex on the Flight of Birds

Historians

to study the flying of birds

Biologists

to find about the forces involved in flying, find out how do planes fly in Bernoulli's principle.

Physicists

do some experiments and build an anemometer

Engineers

This is a model of anemometer made with plastic spoons

ANEMOMETER

WEATHER STATION

This is a weather station we use to measure not only the wind speed but also the temperature, rain, the direction of the wind...

BASIC ANEMOMETER

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The basic model acts as a stand-alone lesson or can be enhanced with two variations of connected anemometers. The basic model supports students in mathematically determining wind speed. Students use a stopwatch while counting the revolutions of the anemometer, then use math to determine the wind speed.

BASIC ANEMOMETERhttps://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=D1EAAFC0BDFA320E!9672&ithint=file%2cdocx&authkey=!ACOYLIZ1MNS2A9w

Measure of wind speed

We measure the number of rotations in 10 seconds in order to calculate the rotational or angular speed, Then we will get the linear speed.

GROUP A

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DATA:Number of rotations: 16 rotations in 10 seconds Rotations per second: :1,6 rotations PER secondRotational circumference: 3.14 x the diameter of wind cup structure = 5.39 cmDistance traveled per second:1,6 rotations PER second·75.39 cm =120.624cmDistance traveled in one hour: 434246.4cmWind speed in km/hr:434246.4cm/100000 = 4,34km/h

BASIC ANEMOMETERhttps://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=D1EAAFC0BDFA320E!9672&ithint=file%2cdocx&authkey=!ACOYLIZ1MNS2A9w

GROUP B

How can we improve the basic anemometer?

ANEMOMETER Analyzing wind speed

This project focuses on building anemometers to measure wind speed from everyday materials. It starts with a simple mechanical engineering problem, then progresses to include electrical and software engineering tasks. The sensor-enabled anemometer captures and displays data in Microsoft Excel.

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we use arduino uno

These are the data we got:

tHANKS

STEAM like Leonardo project