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Make Your Own Bridge
- SKU: PH 1046 C
Working Principle – Strength and stability of a triangular structure
Triangles are the strongest shape because any added force is evenly spread through all three sides. Look closely at the pyramid â it’s made of triangles! Squares or cubes can be strengthened by adding a diagonal piece across the middle, making it two triangles linked together. Aim of this experiment is to make a triangular and a square structure to test their strengths and then to show the process of construction of a simple truss bridge using a set of beams connected to form a series of triangular structures.
- Highlights the characteristics of various geometric shapes
- Makes the students aware about the various structural components of a bridge.
- Correlation between theory and practical becomes easier
Teacher & Student
|Product Material:||Plastic, Rubber, Metal|
|Working Principle:||Strength and stability of a triangular structure|
|Length:||Base – 30 cm|
|Width:||Base – 11.5 cm|
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