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Transcript: Leonardo Da Vinci Some of his smaller inventions entered the world of manufacturing unheralded. As an engineer, Leonardo conceived ideas vastly ahead of his own time, conceptually inventing a helicopter, a tank, the use of concentrated solar power, a calculator, a rudimentary theory of plate tectonics and the double hull. In practice, he greatly advanced the state of knowledge in the fields of anatomy, astronomy, civil engineering, optics, and the study of water (hydrodynamics). Leonardo's most famous drawing, the Vitruvian Man, is a study of the proportions of the human body, linking art and science in a single work that has come to represent Renaissance Humanism. The Bicycle the Vitruvian Man Mini Biography The One (Leonardo Da Vinci) Mona Lisa or La Gioconda Inventions Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) was an Italian polymath, regarded as the epitome of the "Renaissance Man", displaying skills in numerous diverse areas of study. Whilst most famous for his paintings such as the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper, Leonardo is also renowned as a scientist, engineer and inventor. The areas of his scientific study included aeronautics, anatomy, astronomy, botany, cartography, civil engineering, chemistry, geology, geometry, hydrodynamics, mathematics, mechanical engineering, optics, physics, pyrotechnics and zoology. While the full extent of his scientific studies has only become recognized in the last 150 years, he was, during his lifetime, employed for his engineering and skill of invention. Many of his designs, such as the movable dikes to protect Venice from invasion, proved too costly or impractical. The Last Supper Thanks very much

Leonardo da Vinci!

Transcript: After the invasion of France in 1499, Leonardo wrote a letter to the Borgian army and promised that he would help the city of Venice from all the attacks caused by other cities by his skills of inventing War machines that no other physicist or engineer would be capable of inventing. SInce then Leonardo left his art work on a side and was known as the best engineer/inventor and physicist!!! Leonardo da Vinci died on May 2 1519 (aged 67) after living three yeers in France after the capture of Milan, Leonardo was working for the King Francis I of France for the last 3 years of his life. Friction: Force opposing relative motion of two objects are in contact. Gravitational field: Distortion of space due to the presence of mass. Gravitational force: Attraction between two objects due to their mass. Gravitational mass: Ratio of gravitational force to object’s acceleration. Kinetic energy: Energy of object due to its motion. THE END! The Flying Machine. Convex lens: lens that is thicker in the center than at edge. Hydraulic system: Machines using fluids to transmit energy. Concave lens: lens thinner in center than edges; a diverging lens. Air resistance: force of air on objects moving through it. Uniform acceleration: constant acceleration, an object that stays moving at the same speed. The Baptism of Christ (1472–1475) by Verrocchio and Leonardo. Biography. Science and Inventions. Physics Laws and prediction. Leonardo da Vinci was born on the 15th of April 1452 in the Tuscan hill town of Vinci. His father was a wealthy man while his mother was a peasent, Leonardo does not have a sur name since he is an Illegitimate child, so his last name "da Vinci" means that he is born in the city of "Vinci". At the age 14 Leonardo was already known as a talented artist and made a fortune in his father's workshop, six yeers later at about the age of 20 he was known around the whole of Italy as the master artist and started selling paintings to the Duke of Milan at the age of 22, he then was interseted in learining and discovering more in mathematics and physics. Vocabulary. Leonardo's Laws of frictions: 1.The areas in contact have no effect on friction. 2.If the load of an object is doubled, its friction will also be doubled. Looking to Gravity and the first to study "air resistance" Leonardo wanted to invent something to make people jump from a really high distance without being injured or even killed. Leonardo da vinci just designed that parachute and explained how it works, he never tried or invented it. The parachute was to be made of sealed linen cloth held open by a pyramid of wooden poles, about seven metres long, most people did not agree with leonardo since his parachute was triangular and not round. In his first five years Leonardo lived in with his mother, then from 1457 he lived in the household of his father, grandparents and uncle, Francesco, in the small town of Vinci. His father had married a sixteen-year-old girl named Albiera, who loved Leonardo but died young.When Leonardo was sixteen his father married again, to twenty-year-old Francesca Lanfredini. It was not until his third and fourth marriages that Ser Piero produced legitimate children. Abdullah Younis. In 1476 Leonardo da Vinci was arrested for 2 years due to homosexuality with 3 other men, he decided to have another profession other than art and was interested in being an engineer and an inventor. He was one of the earliest scientists/physicists to study about Air resistence, Gravity, Friction and lenses. In 1478 at the age of 26 he left his father's workshop and house. In 1482 Leonardo helped secure peace between Lorenzo de' Medici and Ludovico il Moro, Duke of Milan. Leonardo wrote a letter to Ludovico, describing his engineering and painting skill. He created a silver lyre in the shape of a horse's head, with which he was sent to Milan. Leonardo da Vinci used the study of Friction to build an armoured tank for the army but was hardly used, though it did help create the modern tanks. Da Vinci’s vehicle has a number of light cannons arranged on a circular platform with wheels that allow for 360-degree range. The platform is covered by a large protective cover (much like a turtle’s shell), reinforced with metal plates, which was to be slanted to better deflect enemy fire. There is a sighting turret on top to coordinate the firing of the canons and the steering of the vehicle. Leonard Da Vinci. My Favorite Physicist Project. Leo's Life. Leonardo Parachute vs. Modern Parachute?????????? Skydivers have tested the Leo chute exactly the way it was designed in leonardo's journal and realised that it had a smoother and safer ride, since Leonardo's parachute was triangular it could hold more air resistance which means the object will go down slower = safer and less chance of injury. LEONARDO WINS!!!! When Leonardo was 14 years old he was taught Mathematics and Physics in Latin and was also aprenticed by the best Artist in Italy "Andrea di Cione". Leonardo was

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