Car Team Name
Orlando Science Elementary
Team (3 Members)
- Anay Sonawane (4th Grade)
- Molina Soni (4th Grade)
- Anahi Desai (5th Grade)
Length: 263 mm
Width: 102 mm
weight: 9.6 Oz
Wheel Size: 3.97 cm diameter
Gear Ratio: 40:10
Total Cost: $52.95.
|10/13/21||01:58 pm||Cutting Balsa wood and assembling a panel||at school||10% completed|
|11/10/21||03:25 pm||Attaching base solar panel, attaching wheels, attaching the motor, attaching the battery pack||at school||80% completed|
|11/17/21||02:00 pm||Sanding edges and adding velcro||at school||98% completed|
|12/01/21||01:59 pm||Car look ideas||at school||100% completed|
|Type Of Power||Weather||Distance Travelled||Time Elapsed||Speed||Performance||Improvement|
|Battery||Sunny||3.66m||4.49 s||0.815 m/s||Most Speed||None|
|Solar||Sunny||3.66m||5.40 s||0.678 m/s||Lease Speed||Change the angle of the Solar panel|
|Solar||Sunny||3.66m||5.19 s||0.705 m/s||Avg. Speed||None|
6 thoughts on “Sun Runners – 2021-22”
I like the design, detail and most of all its my car too.
I like that you considered the aesthetics (how it looks) as well as the performance. The smooth edges and the painted panel mount are a great look. I also noticed that you changed the angle of the solar panel and were able to improve 2 tenths of a second over a short distance. This can make a big difference when you are racing the car.
This is mine so I love it!
good car like the design
I really liked how much detail you put into your video. Building a solar sprint car is no easy task. You should feel very proud of yourselves for building, testing, redesigning, and running the car!
Nice job, Sun Runners! I enjoyed seeing all of the details that went into your car. It looked very fast!