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What makes some bricks stronger than others? This science fair project aims to compare the effect of sand particle size on brick durability.
Difficulty: High school
The science fair project was carried out to determine which shape works most effectively for a skyscraper in withstand winds of high velocity. This information would be very useful for building engineers. The experiment was performed on model buildings with rectangular, triangular, circular and oval cross-sections
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was conducted to determine the effect of atmospheric moisture on different types of wood. The science fair project was done by comparing the effect of moisture on redwood, teak, black oak and red maple wood.
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of two types of tidal wave barriers: Which best reduces the onslaught of tidal waves in a natural disaster? A man-made barrier (reconstructed from clay) or an artificial mangrove swamp (reconstructed from plastic grass)?
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain how the height of a ceiling affects room temperature. The science project was carried out using cardboard boxes of varying height - 1meter, 2 meters and 3 meters.
Difficulty: High school
This science fair project was conducted to better understand how different types of wood shrink and expand when exposed to moisture. The science project experiment involved redwood, teak, black oak and red maple woods.
Difficulty: High school
This experiment was conducted to compare the thermal insulation properties of materials. The tests were done to compare the cooling rate of boiling water using air, sand and Styrofoam as insulators.
Difficulty: High school
This experiment was conducted to evaluate what building material is suitable for use in earthquake prone areas. The testing was done using timber, bricks and concrete.
Difficulty: Middle school
Bridges must be strong and bear a great deal of weight, or force, to keep us safe as we travel across them. Basic geometric shapes are used in bridge design - namely, squares, triangles, rectangles and half circles. If we use two different geometric shapes, a square and a triangle, to create the structure for a bridge's supports, which one would be able to bear more weight? This science project de
Here's some general ideas and also some web sites to help you with ideas. These projects are really fun and easy! And you'll be amazed at the different types of cars you can build or buy out there!
Difficulty: Elementary school
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