Heron's Fountain at Home

The objective of this module is to introduce students of grades 9th to 12th to the fundamentals of fluid mechanics through a Do-it-yourself module based on the popular theory of Heron’s Fountain. Interactive handouts have been developed whose aim is to guide students to understand the concepts involved through engaging questions which are followed by a step-wise procedure to construct the model at home.

Module Topics: 
Fluid Mechanics
Module details
TopicsFluid Mechanics
Interactive?Yes
Approx. time requirement60 minutes
AIChE community affiliationAIChE BITS Pilani Student Chapter
Approx. # of volunteers4
Recommended audience size10
Audience best suited for module: 
Ninth Grade to Twelfth Grade (approximately ages 14-18)
Is the module interactive ? (Can students actively participate): 
Yes
Approximate time that the module requires (minutes): 
60.00
AIChE Community Affiliation: 
AIChE BITS Pilani Student Chapter
Approximate Budget: 
$0.00 USD
Approximate Number of Volunteers: 
4
Recommended Audience Size: 
10

Air Quality Data Visualization

This module seeks to excite students about their potential as citizen scientists by encouraging the employment of their data analysis and visualization skills to interpret real-life air quality data into meaningful connections to the world around them.

Module Topics: 
Air Quality
Module details
TopicsAir Quality
Interactive?Yes
Approx. time requirement60 minutes
AIChE community affiliationGreat Salt Lake Local Section, University of Utah Student Chapter
Approx. # of volunteers3-4
Recommended audience sizeany size
Audience best suited for module: 
Ninth Grade to Twelfth Grade (approximately ages 14-18)
Is the module interactive ? (Can students actively participate): 
Yes
Approximate time that the module requires (minutes): 
60.00
AIChE Community Affiliation: 
Great Salt Lake Local Section
University of Utah Student Chapter
Approximate Budget: 
$50.00 USD
Approximate Number of Volunteers: 
3-4
Recommended Audience Size: 
any size
Awards Received: 
First Place, Professional Combined Category

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