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Robotics Competition Plan
Transcript of Robotics Competition Plan
DATE: October 9, 2013
CREATED BY: Jeremy Saragosa, Michael Kang
TEAM: Techno Hive
We want to evacuate the citizens as fast as possible and send as many resources and supplies as fast as possible with help from neighboring cities and states.
We would build a underground bunker. the under ground bunker will have fresh water. it will have food and lots of medical supplies.
Modify the buildings in the area by adding the entire structure with extra support to withstand the force of an 8 magnitude earthquake.
After the destruction of the earthquake, we will have to evacuate by helicopter. As helicopter rides are expensive, we will replace the metal cover with light weight plastic. The structure will remain metal. The engine will be light-weight and will be using -----and rotors will be plastic (heavy enough to lift the helicopter)
Then, we start building the bunker. This bunker will be at least 75 ft. down in the earth. It will also have support beams that stretch around 90 meters to 120 meters. Since this will cost a lot of money, we will have only a few bunkers in the area. The bunker will have many supplies and entrances, so people will be able to get there in time. The bunker's support beams will have to be organized to avoid other support beams.
Utah is safe enough but they only get a few inches of rain so they would be unprepared for a hurricane.