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Minimal, unless you actually rent/buy powered parachutes, or take flying lessons. These are available in certain areas with lots of open spaces. If available in your area, call for pricing. This project does NOT require the rental or operation of powered parachutes.
If you ride in a powered parachute, standard safety issues will apply.
All necessary materials are readily available, except the powered parachutes.
Project Time Frame
This project looks into the concept of powered parachutes as the future of transportation.
The goals of this project are:
To explore the possible uses of powered parachutes
To improve on currently existing designs.
Computer with internet access.
Typical office/craft supplies (such as paper, pens & poster-board)
Small motor (inquire at your local hardware or hobby store)
All materials can be found in local stores or on ebay.
A powered parachute can best be described as a flying go-kart.How cool is that?But powered parachutes are more than just an exciting way to see the world.They have other important uses as well.But certain logistical concerns interfere.This project explores the possibilities of this eco-friendly, relatively safe, and extremely pleasant mode of transportation.
What exactly is a powered parachute?
What are some important current uses for powered parachutes?
What are some possible future uses?
Why doesn’t everyone have one?
How can this invention be improved for wider use?
Terms and Concepts to Start Background Research
Read overviews of relevant topics (see bibliography below and terms listed above).
Research and study the basic design of a powered parachute, through online searches and (if possible) visits to airfields where para-planes take off.
Design and build your own small-scale model of a powered parachute.If possible, improve on an existing design.
Explain your methods in a detailed report.
Show your working model(s) at the science fair.
Display any interesting photos taken throughout the course of the experiment.
Internet searches of your own choosing:Do a Google or Yahoo search for any of the terms listed above (or make up your own phrases to search), and click on any results that interest you.Have fun surfing the net!
Author: Judee Shipman
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