Meetings will be held in Room 122. Only accepted team members and their parents are allowed to attend. If you are interested in applying, please contact Mrs. Smith -
We will meet in room 122 for the first meeting.
Here is the tentative calendar of events for the rest of the semester, as related to SEAPERCH meeting/practice dates:
11/2 4:10-5:10 pm
11/9 4:10-5:10 pm
11/16 4:10-5:10 pm
11/30 4:10-5:10 pm
12/7 4:10-5:10 pm
12/14 4:10-5:10 pmAll team members are required to attend meetings on these dates or the dates that the team selects to meet.
Any questions? Contact Mrs. Smith or Mr. GiesekeHelpful LinksSeaPerch Home Page: http://www.seaperch.org/indexResearch Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1bFnhCWYtw&list=PL6A01593602F0869C These videos talk about the science behind what you are doing.Presentation Rubric: To view click HERERules and Challenges: http://www.seaperch.org/challenge_rulesParts List: http://seaperch.mit.edu/build.phpAlvin ISD SeaPerch Webpage: http://aisdseaperch.weebly.com/Phet Simulations:Visit https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/new and search for the simulators below to add to your knowledge and skills.Circuit ConstructionOhm's LawSignal CircuitsVector AdditionDensityBuoyancyGeneratorsLunar LanderMechanical EngineerPrepares information about the ROV motors.Click the link below for information about electric motors.Materials EngineerPrepares information about PVC pipe. Checks quality control of all cut parts and inventories materials on a daily basis.Click HERE for information about the structural system.Click on the link for information about PVC:Electrical EngineerIn charge of the control box and control systems. Maintains battery charge and prepares information on control systems including switches, relays, and microcontrollers.Click HERE for information about the ROV electrical system and HERE for information about electrical circuitsClick on the links below for information about relays, microcontrollers, switches, and electricity:Systems Engineer/Project OverseerMaintains a positive flow for the project. Develops information on buoyancy and center of force. Oversees stability issues.Follow the link below to find more information about buoyancy: