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Project title Skyscraper shapes and wind forcesFeatured science projectScience project video
Difficulty Level High school
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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 

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1. For this science fair project, the independent variable is the shape of the buildings, i.e. with a rectangular, triangular, circular or oval cross-section. The dependent variable is the velocity of the wind that the model building can withstand before it collapses. This is determined by gradually increasing wind speed and observing the model buildings. The constants (control variables) are the size of the model buildings, the amount of playdough used to mount the building and the size of the wind tunnel. 2. Using 4 pieces of plywood, nails and a hammer, build a square wind tunnel measuring 600mm .....
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