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The People Cameron Chambers, Keenen Harris, Ty Jones, Juan Aguilar, Andrew McGuffin, and Anthony Romero
To measure the reactions of pressure on oobleck when the water and cornstarch ratios differ in formula. To determine if the oobleck will splatter or stay together as it become solid when it hits the ground.
With the oobleck we will fill 12 inch balloons and drop them from our gondola using a motor from a remote controlled boat and a remote. Balloons are filled with oobleck. Other balloons are filled with pancake. When the balloons pop we will measure the radius of the spatters
We hypothesize that if we increase the amount of cornstarch and decrease the amount of water the oobleck will harden more and therefore splatter less. On the contrary, we believe the pancake batter will have the greatest splatter.
We used a double door gondola with pins to hold them closed. The motor and remote pull the pins and release the balloons. Two balloons can be dropped at the same time.
Took a motor from a remote controlled boat Attached two nails to the motor with string so when it spins it pulls the pins and releases the balloons We will send signals from the remote to the motor using a transmitter and receiver.
The balloon filled with pancake batter popped from 110 ft with a radius of 8’6” ( 9about 2.6m), however the oobleck balloons did not pop and simply hit the ground and stuck together with out popping the balloons
Our hypothesis was partially correct because the oobleck stayed together as it hit the ground. But the error of the balloon not popping makes it impossible for us to know if pieces of the oobleck would have exploded out past the pancake batter. Therefore the answer for our hypothesis of the pancake batter splattering farther is unclear because the oobleck filled balloons did not pop.
Tobin James Winery Ms. Bredensteiner Our Mentors