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    • Designing a solar ovenBy:Axlit RicoMonday, May 20, 13
    • Imagine for design #1Idea #1Are materials flat felt on the side. 2 unitsWhite shredded on the bottom. 1 unitMonday, May 20, 13
    • Imagine design #1Idea number #2shredded foam on the bottom. 1 unitFlat felt on the side. 2 unitsMonday, May 20, 13
    • Top view Plan for designMonday, May 20, 13
    • Side view plan for design#1Monday, May 20, 13
    • Plan design #1MaterialsHow many unitwill you need?How will youuse thematerial?Felt 2 units Keep it flatCloth 1 unit ShreddedMonday, May 20, 13
    • Impact score for design#1Material1Felt 2Of units1Points 1 Prosses No +1 Yes-1 5Material2Units 2foam1 point Process Yes -1 No +1 4ReduceIs itnaturalorprosses?Has thematerialbeenreuse?Recycle Points 9Monday, May 20, 13
    • 1 Solar oven testing0 minutes 25°c5 minutes 53.8°c10 minutes 54.2 °c15 minutes 54.3°c20 minutes 55.6°c25 minutes 55.1°cMonday, May 20, 13
    • 2 Solar oven testing1 47.3°c2 42.4°c3 37.7°c4 35.6°c5 34.1°c6 31.9°cMonday, May 20, 13
    • Designing a solar ovenimprove!What part of your solar oven worked well?Our time score worked the best because it took along time to cool down.What part of your solar oven did not work well?We did not have insulators that worked well.And it was heat score.Our total score on design #1 is -4Monday, May 20, 13
    • What can we change ourdesign? #1Monday, May 20, 13
    • Designing a solar oven #2Our materials is felt units is 1 how are wegoing to use it is to cut it in half.Foam units is 2 and how are we going to use itis to shred.Monday, May 20, 13
    • Design a solar oven plantop viewMonday, May 20, 13
    • Side viewMonday, May 20, 13
    • Solar oven design processCreate!Criteria Observation ScoreHeat score 35-41=6 6Time scoreTimes score3minutes3Total impactscoreRecord your totalimpact score 4-99Total score 6+3-9= Total score 12Monday, May 20, 13
    • Solar oven testing in sun0minutes 16°c5minutes 27.6°c10minutes 30.3°c15minutes 32.0°c20minutes 33.2°c25minutes 34.2°c30minutes 35.1°cMonday, May 20, 13
    • Solar oven in shade1 27.4°c2 23.7°c3 21.1°c4 19.8°c5 18.9°c6 18.2°c7 17.8°c8 17.5°c9 17.4°c10 17.1°cMonday, May 20, 13
    • Create for design #2Our heat score is our solar oven maximumtemperature subtracted from the control oven:35-41=6Our time score is the number of minutes.Ittook to cool down witch was 3 minutes.Our total impact score was 9 Points.Our new total score for the solar oven is 12.Monday, May 20, 13
    • ReflectionOur improved design did not work well because design 1the total score was -4 and design 2 was -12.The materialswe changed were felt to fabric on the side of the box andshredded cloth to shredded foam.The materials weregood choice but it was not used correctly.We shouldhave kept the felt because it is a good insulator andhelped our temperature increase.If we could improve again we would make it much betterand see the total score and have some materials that aregood insulators that well help much the solar oven.Monday, May 20, 13