SignUp GAMA Aviation Design Challenge
Please read the following information very closely as it is critical for you to know and consider before signing up:
*Competing teams can be either high school classes or after-school programs, but must include at least, but NOT limited to four students, including at least one male student and one female student, with the exception of single-sex schools.
*Only one team per school may enter.
*GAMA will send registered teachers complimentary “Fly to Learn” curricula, which comes with flight simulation software powered by X-Plane.
*GAMA will not provide rudders, a yoke or additional tools to aide with the software, but teams are welcome to use them at their own cost and discretion.
*Students learn the science of flight and airplane design, completing the curricula in approximately six weeks in the classroom or in four weeks through an accelerated program.
*Each team will apply what they have learned by modifying the design of an airplane. The schools will then compete in a virtual fly-off based on a specific mission profile and instructions GAMA sends. The fly-off submissions will be scored on aerodynamic and performance parameters while flying a specific mission profile.
*Judges from GAMA will select the winning team based on that score and other factors they send with the competition instructions.
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I would like to participate in GAMA Aviation Design Challenge.
I can come after school a couple of days a week to work on the project (this is for both people in engineering class and not in engineering class)) -- actual days to be determined by team.
This project is done entirely on the computer using flight simulator software.
There are deliverables that are due by certain deadlines. I will work with my team to get these done and submitted in time.
The dates of this project are approximately Jan-April.
What questions do you have about this project?
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