Project 2 – Team #5 Practical Application Kite

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Project 2 Team #5 Practical Application Kite. By: Cathy, Meteb , Matt, & Nathan. Need. To make a kite thats stable, efficient, and can stay in the air for the longer period of time to take accurate air temperature measurements. Requirements. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Project 2 Practical Application Kite

Project 2 Team #5Practical Application KiteBy: Cathy, Meteb, Matt, & NathanTo make a kite thats stable, efficient, and can stay in the air for the longer period of time to take accurate air temperature measurements.

NeedUse for Task- For our kite, the goal is to create a kite that can take the temperature measurements of the air.Suitable for the Task- The kite must be stable, and can fly easily under any weather conditions.Helps Manage Resources The kite must be environmental friendly and be made of recyclable materialsTechnology Feasible- Whether or not the accessory is capable of working.Possible Cost- The least costly kite with accessory.Safety- Making sure that the accessory is secure to the kite while on the ground and in flight.RequirementsSled KiteDiamond KiteBox KiteDelta KiteOptions

This kite has a basic, easy design.The shape is produced mostly by the pressure of the wind.Without wind the kite might collapse.The cover is made of polyethylene.Due to the ease of design, it is mostly used for childrens recreation.The original type of Sled has 2 straight spars running the length of the kite

Sled Kite

1 Vertical Spar Nose & Tail1 or 2 Horizontal Spar(s)Can be BowedNot? Needs a tailBridleAttached in 2 Places on the Vertical SparMade of plastic, nylon or polyesterColorful Designs

Diamond Kite

Basic shape = simple triangleTwo thin dowels or spars along each wing edgeAnother dowel for the spineAnd a fourth dowel intersecting the spin and fixed to each wing edge A triangular keel is also present along the spine from which the string is attached

Delta Kite

Abox kiteis a high performancekite, noted for developing relatively highlift.The typical design has four parallel struts. The box is made rigid with diagonal crossed struts. There are two sails, whose width is about a quarter of the length of the box. The sails wrap around the ends of the box, leaving the ends and middle of the kite open.

Box Kite

Option Analysis and Selection

Prototype Design

Design(cm)Prototype(cm)=Design*2/3Spine11979.3Horizontal Spar10570Edge Spar11778Nose to Start of Edge Spar2919.2Nose to Horizontal Spar(Spine)4429.2Nose to Horizontal Spar(Edge)6543.2Width216144Triangle Tail Length2114Triangle Tail Width4026.6Nose to Start of Keel2516.6End of Keel to Tail42.6Keel9060Front Keel Edge3825.2Back Keel Edge7449.2Scaling

Aerodynamic Forces Diagram

3D CAD Model

4 Wooden DowelsDuct TapePlastic SheetingString

MaterialsBlock Flow DiagramDelta Kite with thermometerKite takes flight (forces of thrust, drag, lift, and gravity act on it)Kite Reaches desired altitudeTemperature of thermometer begins adjusting to that of its present altitudeKite is brought back to ground by reeling in stringTemperature is recorded by thermometer located on kite

Prototype

TestingSourceshttp://www.idesignkites.com/content/kitegallery/delta_kite_plan.htmlhttp://www.my-best-kite.com/http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/airplane/bgk.htmlhttp://www.ehow.com/how-does_5017473_box-kites-fly.html#ixzz2ZETpk0w9

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