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Fire resistant balloons
This experiment was performed to demonstrate how heat can be transferred from one surface to another by thermal conduction. The experiment was done by comparing the effect of fire on a balloon filled with air and one filled with some water.
Difficulty: Middle school
Heat - Thermal conductivity
This science fair project was conducted to evaluate how thermal conductivity varies in different types of metals. The tests were done with copper, aluminum and steel wires
Difficulty: Middle school
How does rubber respond to heat?
Just about everyone has used rubber bands, but few people have taken the time to observe the less obvious properties of these everyday objects. In this activity you will examine the thermal properties of rubber, that is, the behavior of rubber as it relates to heat, a form of energy.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How fast do different types of wood burn?
I wanted to find out how long it would take different types of wood to bum. My hypothesis stated that birch would burn the fastest compared to Oak and Maple.
Difficulty: Elementary school
How quickly do different types of household fabrics burn? (Parental supervision needed)
The purpose of my project is to find out more about the flammability of household fabrics used in the home, and maybe find a relationship between the size of the fabric, the length of time that it was exposed to fire, and the length of time that it takes to burn. Since I picked out a lot of different kinds of fabric to test, I wasn't sure of what to expect. My hypothesis states that most of
Difficulty: High school
How to build an extremely powerful solar furnace
For those who dream of giant solar collectors which can generate temperatures high enough to melt steel, below is a method for building your own Solar Furnace of any size you desire.
Difficulty: High school
How to create a heat engine with the help of magnetism
I originally built this toy using a Canadian nickel coin. Canadian nickels are made of pure nickel, unlike U.S. nickels, which contain so much copper that they are not magnetic. You can build the toy with the nickel or with the Radio Shack rare-earth magnet.
Difficulty: High school
How to make a solar-powered oven
The Florida Solar Energy Center conducted a research project on low-cost panel type solar ovens for the Dorothy Ann Foundation on behalf of Solar Household Energy, Inc. The overall purpose of the research project was to attempt to improve the performance, reliability and cost-effectiveness of low-cost solar cookers for use in developing nations.
Difficulty: High school
How to make a steam powered rocket boat
A rocket works the same way. Hot gases and fire come out of the motor of a rocket. The gases coming out the nozzle at the bottom of the rocket come out in one direction. These escaping gases push the rocket in the opposite direction.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Make a model of a power plant that uses steam
This project was adapted from Science Projects in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency written by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, published and copyright 1991 by the American Solar Energy Society, and distributed by the National Energy Foundation.
Difficulty: Middle school
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