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1

How many people make up a team in Air Trajectory?

Two

2

What type of eye protection is needed for Air Trajectory?

B- Z87 plus

3

Do you need to impound for Air Trajectory?

Yes

4

What is the approximate time for Air Trajectory?

8 minutes

5

In Air Trajectory, prior to competition what must the team do to determine best launch parameters?

Develop and use performance data and calibration charts.

6

In Air Trajectory, what must be impounded?

All materials, other than eye protection and calculators.

7

In Air Trajectory, how should the device be impounded (2 characteristics)?

Must be movable by competing members without outside assistance; masses must be detached.

8

In Air Trajectory, what must the competitors wear the entire time, and what will happen if they are not wearing these?

Must wear eye protection, if they are not wearing it then they will be given an opportunity to get it, if time allows.

9

In Air Trajectory, what will happen if the apparatus is operated in an unsafe way?

They may be disqualified.

10

In Air Trajectory, what must the launch force weigh?

3.500 kg

11

In Air Trajectory, what is considered part of the mass?

Anything that provides launch energy, with the exception of strings and thin membranes.

12

In Air Trajectory, can the mass be in discrete parts?

Yes

13

In Air Trajectory, what must the gravitational potential energy be converted you?

What is this used for (two methods)?

Air pressure or air movement

To launch the projectile directly (pop gun style) or indirectly (swing an arm).

14

In Air Trajectory, how should the temperature start?

Must it return to this state?

Must the shape?

Room temperature

Yes

No

15

In Air Trajectory, what must fit inside a what sized cube?

Everything except the tools and supplies, in a ready to launch configuration

Inside a 70 cm cube

16

In Air Trajectory, can the triggering device contribute significantly to the energy for the launch?

No

17

In Air Trajectory, where should the trigger extend to, and what must it not pose?

Outside the launch area

Danger

18

In Air Trajectory, how far away from the launch area should the competitors be?

75 cm

19

In Air Trajectory, what must the teams provide to launch?

Can this change between launches?

Tennis, racquet, ping-pong, or light weight or foam golf balls

Yes

20

In Air Trajectory, can the device damage the floor?

No

21

In Air Trajectory, are electrical components allowed?

No

22

In Air Trajectory, what is the size of the launch area?

1.00 m X 1.00 m

23

In Anatomy, how many people are in a team?

2

24

In Anatomy, what is the time allowed?

50 min

25

In Anatomy, what are the specifics for the cheat sheet?

Each team may bring one 8.5 X 11 inch two sided page of information from any source

26

In Anatomy, what kind of calculator can be brought?

2 non-programmable, non-graphing calculators

27

In Anatomy, what three systems are being studied?

Integumentary, skeletal, and muscular

28

What is the ultimate goal of Air Trajectory (2)?

Construct device that launches projectiles onto target to collect data about device parameters and performance.