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We present to you the IGNUS 2K19, where we shall reuse the principles of aerodynamics as applied to gliders, by implementing them to design and fabricate hand-made unmanned Balsa gliders. Flight is achieved by the interaction of a vehicle with the air surrounding it. As an aircraft moves through the air the flying surfaces deflect air downwards creating a force which can be resolved into components perpendicular to its motion i.e. lift, and parallel to its motion i.e. drag. At the same time the flow of air past the wings and body of the craft is slowed by friction and changes in pressure caused by the shape. A well-trimmed glider flies in a straight line at almost constant speed, necessarily in a slightly downward direction, by balancing the forces of lift and drag with that of its weight. All the aerodynamics is based on the Newton’s Laws of motion & Bernoulli’s theorem, so design of your balsa glider matters a lot.
Design and build an unpowered glider that glides in air with the objectives of
traversing maximum distance and stays in air for maximum time. Points will be
awards based on design, range and maximum time of flight.
Dr. Jack Dawkins wants to design a robot able to follow an illuminated path that leads to a mysterious cave in the forests of Sikara where an important element lies for his research. It would be better if the robot reaches there in minimum time because he is not the only one behind it.
The task is to build a light follower robot without the microcontroller. The bot will follow the light in a particular path (arena) and reach the destination in minimum time...
The task is to build an autonomous robot that will follow a black line and which
can also move if line is broken. It should stop when it come across a black
Line seguidor competition requires making of the bot which can follow the line. The robot has to follow a trajectory with curves and right-angled turn.
The line would be broken at any point and robot has to cross that and go to another side.The bot should detect the dead end and stop there.
This Ignus, we bring you the most awaited popsicle bridge making competition
where you will get a chance to make Sturdy, Attractive and the most efficient
bridge and thereby getting a chance to showcase your all knowledge about
Use your Creative mind to design and build a robot that will pull another robot
when connected with a string in a tug of war contest across a centre line.