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ROV Project

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Carol Kahabka

on 13 June 2013

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Transcript of ROV Project

What do engineers need to know
to design & operate
a ROV?

Marine Advanced Technology Education
ROV design
5 Steps for Engineering Design:
Underwater Force
What design will be successful?

What shape is the strongest?
Current Science
What shape moves fastest through water?
Laws of Motion
help us to understand how the ROV will move.
Are there any improvements to make?
Describe what you did.
tools to use in the water
Students will...
Students will understand...
* Conduction and conductors
* Resistors and insulators
because the ROV is powered by electricity and moves through the water.
What size is best?
What attachments will be needed?
Function drives design
Prepare to Design...
Mr. Palko
STEM: science,technology,engineering and math
presents a
Remotely-Operated Vehicle Challenge
5 Teams
3 Challenges
Challenge 1: Rise to the Top
Challenge 2: Tee Off
Challenge 3: Another Dimension
Challenge 1: Rise to the Top
Challenge 2: Tee Off
Challenge 3: Another Dimension
Mrs. Kahabka
Time how long it takes for your ROV to rise from the bottom of the pool to the surface without using any thrusters.
Bring as many "tee'' pieces as possible to the edge of the pool in two minutes.
Measure to find the area of a rectangular "artifact'' and record the calculated area to the nearest tenth on a note card.
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