Pour A Bowl of Cereal
Society of Women Engineers - Baltimore Washington
Saturday, January 20, 2018 Setup Time:
9:30 AM Contest Start Time:
Live Division II - Ages 14 - 18 (High School)
Leah Crisco - invitation signed.
Kayli Schaible - invitation signed.
Katie Beuchel - invitation signed.
Arianna Cameron - invitation signed.
Ellie Kornreich - invitation signed.
Morgan Cooper - invitation signed.
Tara Crowe - invitation signed.
Lindsey Brilliant - invitation signed.
Tasnia Alam - invitation signed.
What we're studying:
EngineeringOur Team Leader's favorite quote:
she believed she could so she didWhy we think we should win:
We are creative, hardworking and dedicated to building the numbers of females in our engineering program by winning this competitionSuggestion for next year's challenge:
screw in a lightbulbFavorite Rube Goldberg video:
Through the use of simple machines and other engineering principles our machines showcase our creativity and ingenuity. From start to end our machine is a simple kitchen making a simple breakfast.
Our Step List
1. We pull switch
2. Switch pours ball down sink
3. Ball hits weight
4. Weight pulls toaster
5. Toast hits lacrosse ball
6. Lacrosse ball rolls and hits 2nd lacrosse ball
7. 2nd lacrosse ball hits lever
8. Lever pushes car button
9. Car hits domino cookbooks
10. Dominos launch ping pong ball
11. Ping pong ball hits wheel
12. Wheel hits paddle
13. Paddle hits golf ball
14. Golf ball knocks off weight
15. Weight pulls cups, cartons, and cereal
16. Weight plate drops and hits lever and milk
17. Lever pokes golf ball
18. Golf ball hits cue ball
19. Cue ball hits wood
20. Wood hits cue ball
21. Cue ball hits weight
22. Weight pulls poker
23. Poker hits cue ball
24. Cue ball knocks off weight
25. Weight pours cereal
Our Close-ups: Photos
A maximum of 3 close-ups (scanned diagrams, photos). Images must be JPG or PNG, and less than 5 MB.
Our Close-ups: Task Completion
Our Machine Explaination and Walkthrough
Our Machine Run Videos