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View Resource Bending and Torque Activities

This page presents activities related to Bending and Torque from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of Students project. Activities include Foam Bricks, Nut and Bolt Torsion, Skateboarding, and Tennis Serve Bending & Torsion Activity. Each activity includes a detailed description, list of the materials needed, science concepts covered, and reflection questions.

View Resource Materials & Mechanics

This page presents activities related to materials and mechanics. The lesson plans provided use ideas about building structure to strengthen understanding of larger science topics, the main one being force. Video clips and activities are provided on the topics of bending & torque, tension & compression and shear. Each activity includes a detailed description which will assist teachers in...

View Resource Science & Engineering in the Lives of Students: Activity Gallery

This page presents the collected activities from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of Students project. Activities present topics including bending and torque, conduction, convection, distribution, engineering design, generation, radiation, shear, tension and compression and usage and safety. This is a great place to start when browsing the different activities available from the SELS...

View Resource Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook

This document from SpaceTEC National Aerospace Technical Education Center is one of three handbooks for people preparing for mechanic certification with airframe or powerplant ratings, or both. This particular volume contains information on mathematics, aircraft drawings, weight and balance, aircraft materials, processes and tools, physics, electricity, inspection, ground operations, and FAA...

View Resource Understanding Torque

This website, presented by the University of Guelph, is a tutorial on understanding torque associated with mechanical equipment. It includes example problems, definitions and self-tests. The site combines images, diagrams and text to present its concepts. Overall, the website is easy to use and provides solid information about the topic. It is a great resource for students and instructors in a...

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