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Design of Experiments - Paper Helicopters

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Jesse Lindenberg

on 27 August 2013

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Transcript of Design of Experiments - Paper Helicopters

Brainstorm

Examples
Possible Variables
Finalized Design
Design of Experiments - Paper Helicopters
Data Analysis
Skills Learned
Brainstorming
Design of experiment method
Excel
Teamwork
Data Collection
Materials
Paper
Plastic Straws
String
Tape (masking and scotch)
Error Analysis
Lack of research
Difference in design
Limited amount of material
Different fan for trial tests
Conclusion
Out of the four different helicopter models that were tested, the two inch, four-winged helicopter (1-,1-) obtained the highest hover heights. After three trials, it averaged a height of 35.3 inches. This beat the projected helicopter design by nearly 10 inches and the other models by a range of 7.0-18.2 inches.
By: Siboney Corella and Jessie Lindenberg
Scissors
Fan
Paper Clip
Measuring Tap
angle of blade curves
blade length
blade width
number of blades
blade shape
fold of blades
Number of blades
Width of blades
1.5 inches
2 inches
2 blades
4 blades
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