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Bridge Science

School-Age STEM Program, February 2013
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Amy Koester

on 13 March 2013

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Transcript of Bridge Science

Corporate Parkway Library, February 2013 Bridge Science Strong bridges withstand
forces. Building a strong bridge means creating a structure that
can withstand two main forces: COMPRESSION and TENSION. Strong bridges have
BATS designs: Beams

Arches

Trusses

Suspension Challenge:
Build a bridge that can support the weight of as many books as possible. Your bridge will span a 16-inch container. Materials:
Newspaper
Yarn
Pipe cleaners Things to consider:
How long should your bridge be?
What type of supports will you use?
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