What bridge is the best to stop a natural disaster
Arundeep Gill Gurlove Deol
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Variables to keep the same:
The variables to keep the materials used such as, cardboard, and bridges.
Variable to change:
The variable to change would be the main materials to make the disasters as not all disasters have the same effects. Meaning that we would also have to change the natural disasters.
- (Tsunami) First we will put one bridge in, Then we use cardboard and make a huge wave which uses pressure on the bridge, and last we check the results!
- (Hurricane) To start off, we would use a hair dryer and a shower hose to show the water and wind affect in action!
- (Tornado) For this experiment we would use a hair dryer to showcase the strong winds that come with a tornado.
The sqaure was merely pushed to the side the screen.
|There were no major effects the sqaure was merely dampened by the water making it more vulnerable to other disaster to come||The effects of the Tsunami smashed of the back face of the cuboid structure|
The toranado had no effects on the strong hollow bridge
When we tested out the hurricane, the only part that was damaged was the paint but the rest of the bridge was perfectly okay. Meaning that this bridge was efecient
|The tsunami's wave of water had simply gone through the bridge and had not even phased the bridge.|
The toranado had no effects on the strong solid bridge
|The hurricane nor the tornado were able to beat and bash down this structure yet.||The tsunami was able to slightly damage it by breaking down the railing and the entrances to the bridge. Although it did not have much of an effect on the body of the bridge|
The solid triangle just slightly shook but there was no legitimate damage done to the shape
|The hurricane did not do any damage either. As the hurricane did not even shake the triangle||The Tsunami shook the triangular bridge but it did not break any of it.|
The tornado had no effects on the triangular bridge at all.
|The hurricane did not damage the hollow triangle either.||The tsunami had only pushed it back but if it were stuck into the ground it would not move at all.|
Hello, Our names are Arundeep Gill & Gurlove Deol. Our project question is "Which bridge can last the most to a natural disaster?".
We wanted to do this project because we love destruction, and we enjoy making things. We hope you enjoy our project! .
Sources Of Error
In our project, there can be minor errors such as the natural disasters not being right. Because you could throw matierals such as water in the wrong way.
We used our own knowledge on natural disasters and geometry to come up with bridges that we can use to stop natural disasters from occuring!
We would like to say thank you to our parents for helping us when we did not understand some parts of the experiment. They also told us how we could recreate the disasters.