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Team Members Andrew Milstead Justin Shelton Nate Best Josh McCullough

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Design Uses blue plastic tubing wrapped inside a bucket. Ball bearing descends down the tubing at a constant acceleration. Tubing is zip-tied through holes in bucket.

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Stored Energy Stored energy = mgh ▪Stored energy is the height gravity mass ▪Example: (10 g ball) ▪(.01kg)(9.81m/s 2 )(.441m)= 0.0433 joules

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Design/ Construction Issues Deciding on a final product. Time management Finding materials to match our ideas

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Materials/ Tools Bucket Blue plastic rigid tubing Red zip-ties Ball bearing Drill Exacto knife Duct tape Tape measurer

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Conclusion As long as the ball bearing has a slight initial velocity the sphere will roll all the way down the vortex. This is also possible due to the exact differences in height as the bearing makes a revolution around the bucket.

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