Egg Drop Essay

673 Words Mar 1st, 2013 3 Pages
Egg Drop Structure is a huge invovlement to the egg surviving the fall from the top of the stadium. You have to have a structure that will absorb the impact of the fall without putting it into the egg. We constructed a cube. In this cube we constructed had many shapes but we tried to stay with rectangles and triangles. These shapes absorb energy very well. We keep the shapes uniform to have the same protection on all sides. These shapes help when they are uniform because they give the exact same support. This is due to absorbstion of the energy from the falling object. We suspended the egg in mid air in the middle of our design so no energy could reach the egg. The straws are also dubbled in most places. We also used a lot
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