Paper Airplane Design Challenge Design an attractive airplane that returns the best results when tested for accuracy, distance and time aloft. Team Name:The Golden Eagles

Design:The Volt

Iteration #1

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #1

1foot 7in

17feet

1.1 seconds

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Iteration #2

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #2

6ft 5in

12ft

1.83 sec

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Iteration #3

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #3

7in

17ft

.87 sec

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Iteration #4

Distance ^^:10ft

Accuracy ^^: 9ft 2in

Time Aloft ^^:2.26

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #4

9ft 2in

10ft

2.26

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Reflections

Consider, Discuss & Hypothesize:

Describe at least 2 ideas you "borrowed" from other groups. How did these ideas help/improve your plane?

Our second plane was from JYL1

Our third plane we got the idea on a website

Describe at least 1 idea you tried that FAILed. Why was it a FAILure? How did you overcome that FAILure?

One of our planes did not work as well as we thought it would. We learned that we should try to make our planes more arrow dynamic.

Hypothesize: What specific design elements might make a difference when testing for accuracy, distance and time aloft? Why?

Accuracy - You don't need to make a plane that goes really far for accuracy it needs to be able to be on target

Distance - Well if you have a more aerodynamic plane it will go farther

Time Aloft - You need a plane that can make loop to loops in the air or other things that make it stay up longer in the air.

Internet Research

Paste links to 2 internet resources & describe an idea you "borrowed" from each.

Design an attractive airplane that returns the best results when tested for accuracy, distance and time aloft.Team Name:The Golden Eagles## Design:The Volt

## Iteration #1

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #1To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Iteration #2

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #2To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Iteration #3

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #3To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Iteration #4

## Distance ^^:10ft

## Accuracy ^^: 9ft 2in

## Time Aloft ^^:2.26

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #4To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Reflections

Consider, Discuss & Hypothesize:Describe at least 2 ideas you "borrowed" from other groups. How did these ideas help/improve your plane?Describe at least 1 idea you tried that FAILed. Why was it a FAILure? How did you overcome that FAILure?Hypothesize: What specific design elements might make a difference when testing for accuracy, distance and time aloft? Why?## Internet Research

Paste links to 2 internet resources & describe an idea you "borrowed" from each.## Mining the Process:

Please consider & discuss the following with your team. Take notes then record your ideas in Audacity and upload it below.