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Feasible Project's Name Project descriptionProject CategoryStudent Writeup Document LinkTeacher In-ChargeMaterials RequiredStudents InvolvedClass & SectionVenue
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1Fun with LaserWorking ModelFun with LaserT.Thavamani* Water mixed with detergent poweder
*1 L water bottle - Scissors - Laser torch
Likitha, Mythili 7IC
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2Dynamics of motorDemo on basic electric motor principleWorking ModelElectric Motor modelT.Thavamani* Insulated wire to make a coil
* circular magnets - 5 
* woodent board - 10 x 10 cm
Tribhuvan 10 IG
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3Hot AlarmWorking ModelHot alarmT.Thavamani* Alarm, 9 V battery, torch bulb, buzzer,
two screws or bolts - 3- 4 cm length
Madhav 9IC
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4Dancing NeedleWorking ModelElectricity to MagnetismT.Thavamani*Insulated copper wires of 40 turns, battery, needle, rubber padPriyaDarshan T7 IC
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5Boyle's LawWorking ModelHomopolar motorT.ThavamaniZiv6B
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6Hydraulic bridgehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY_jSUCb7eEprasad7MYP
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7Construction of DC motor (Butterfly field kit)Working ModelConstruction of DC motorT.ThavamaniGreeva
Rushil
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8Shrink and Sink
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9Reed switch ReactionWorking ModelT09T.ThavamaniReed switch, buzzer, battery and connecting wires, cylindrical magnetShanmathi T, Adithi9 IC
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10Easy ROBOTWorking ModelT10T.ThavamaniAdithya 7IC
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11T11T.Thavamani
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16Easy RobotA simple robot by using the plastic bottle and motors.working ModelS01Sathish.G
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17Franklin's bell.Charge by conduction.working modelS02Sathish.GAnmol, Was [10 IG B]
Mohammed [8IG]
physics lab
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18Electronic Rain GaugeTo construct a basic remote reading rain gauge by using simple electronic componenets.S03Sathish.Ghttp://hilaroad.com/camp/projects/rain_gauge/rain_gauge.htmlSiddharth Ravi, Anurag,Vivek,Abhijith8-ICKhala bavan
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19Basic Wind Direction IndicatorS04sathish.Ghttp://hilaroad.com/camp/projects/windicator/windicator.htmlanshuman,Dennis7-ICKhala bavan
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20Levitating discS05sathish.Ghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM0c0GL9ha0Sanjana, nikita,likitha, maithili7-ICkhala bavan
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21Easy hydraulic machineS06sathish.Ghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JDFseoAaNURithvik , Meesum9-ICSEPhysics lab
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22MULTIPLE GENERATORS07sathish.Ghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noF5q4-77XISiddharth Ravi, Anurag,Vivek,Abhijith8-ICkhala bavan
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23Renewable energy sources(solar umbrella and windmill)S08sathish.GAdvait ,praneeth ,neeraj and surya7-ICkhala bavan
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24Human Battery PowerS09sathish.Ghttp://www.sciencefairadventure.com/ProjectDetail.aspx?ProjectID=135Satya, Aneesh7-ICphysics lab
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25The Clap switchS10Vivek, Sai sanketh, varshith 7-IC,Ankit7-ICphysics lab
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27DANCING CORNSTARCH

Sanjana, nitya,likitha, mithili
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29Sensors of Robots - Pressure sensor and rolling ball tilt sensorS14sathish.GShashank8ICBkhala bhavan
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30A simple electric motorS15sathish.GTribhuvan10-IGCSE
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31Simple Machines in human bodyAll the simple machines present in the human skeleton will be identified and listed and explained in charts and displayed on display board. PPT can also be used to give information about simple machines.Display ModelSimple Machines in Human BodyGyani* Human skeleton from Bio lab
* charts on display board
* laptop with PPT
10 IC
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32The Power of PulleysDifferent combinations of pulleys will be used to lift incredibly heavy loads. Using the models, students will explain how the pulley systems provide so much mechanical advantage, and comment about their velocity ratio and factors affecting their efficiency.Working ModelThe power of pulleysGyani* pulleys
* strings/ropes to wind around the pulleys
* weights to act as load and effort
* framework to support the pulleys
10 IC
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33RC Hovercraft (Radio Controlled)Students will construct a radio controlled hovercraft from scratch. The hovercraft floats on a cushion of air created by a powerful motor with fan blades. The hovercraft is controlled by radio waves which control the motors remotely.Working ModelRC HovercraftGyaniSiddhant, Rithik, Sujit [8IC]
Gowtham, Vengal [8IG]
8IC, 8 IG
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1Self-Navigating RobotA robot on wheels navigates itself through a maze based on the program that is written by the students and loaded on to it. Students will explain how to program the robot to navigate.Working ModelSelf navigating robotGyaniAbhinav(8ICA), Sahil(8ICA), Pradhyumna(8ICA), Rithin(8IG)
Gowtham(8IG)
8ICA, 8IGIntegrated Lab 1
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2Electronic Score Board for displaying House PointsElectronic Score Board will display the latest House Points using an LED/LCD display screen.

Working ModelElectronic Score BoardGyaniTaj, Hashim, Rishab, Aman, Sai Teja11DPSL, 11DPHLIntegrated Lab 8
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36Remote-Controlled Spy BlimpWorking ModelRemote controlled spy blimpGyani
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37Careers in ScienceStudents have set up a Display Board with information about the different careers in Science.Postercareers in science
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38Demonstrations for Power generation from solar, wind, hydro.Working Modelpower generation demoGyaniRohan, Rohit S8 IG
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33 robots - IR sensor and photo-resistor algorithm, artbot, remote controlledWorking Model3 robotsGyaniAbhinav
Rithvik
6BIntegrated Lab 2
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40Tesla's coilTesla coilGyaniVijith
Akshin
Dhruv
Dinesh
7MYP
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4Water clockThis water clock uses the flow of water to measure time.Gyani 11GyaniRohith Eligetty
Ayush
Rithin
8IGKala Bhavan
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5Water pump using syringesA water pump is made using syringes and ball bearings, and demonstrating the working principle of the common hand pump.Working modelWater pumpGyaniSanskriti6AKala Bhavan
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6Demonstrating Magnetic Effects of electric currentThe magnetic effects of electric current are demonstrated. Oersted's famous experiment in which he discovered the magnetic effect of current is demonstrated. A simple electromagnet is constructed to lift metal scrap.Working modelmagnetic effects demoGyaniAditya, Siddharth (8ICA), Shauryavratt8IC AKala Bhavan
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7Lie DetectorThis electronic lie detector measures the change in resistance of the test subject's skin, when he is lying. The principle is that when we lie, we become anxious and tend to sweat more, thereby causing a decrease in the skin resistance. A transistor is used to amplify the change in current due to the change in resistance of the skin, and this amplified output of the transistor is fed to a galvanometer which shows a deflection when the subject is lying.Working modelLie DetectorGyani Puneeth, Vamsi, Mukunth10 ICIntegrated Lab 3
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8Physics through Simulations - using Python/Easy java SimulationsPhysics concepts are understood and demonstrated using simulations on the computer written using the python programming language.

SUMMARY:
Many experiments cannot be done physically in the lab due to various reasons. In such cases, we can do the experiment virtually by simulating it on the computer. We will show you how you can easily create the simulations for experiments by using some free open-source software like Easy Java Simulations and programming languages like Python.

Computer SimulationPhysics through simulations using pythonGyaniEshana, Sreeramana, Aryan11 ISCPhysics Lab
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9Diode ROMSiddhant, Sujit, Rithik, Nishant8IC BIntegrated Lab 7
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10A 16 to 1 multiplexer demonstration to explain how it can be used to program robotsRohan, Rohit S8IGIntegrated Lab 3
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11Boolean Algebra and Karnaugh Mapspg 64, 77Sunaina12 ISCIntegrated Lab 4
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12Word Comparator (hidden project: clap switch)pg 42, 43Vivek, Sai sanketh, varshith 7-IC,Ankit7-ICIntegrated Lab 5
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138 bit adder subtractorhttp://seminarprojects.com/Thread-study-the-working-of-ic-7483-as-4%E2%80%93bit-binary-adder-along-with-carry-generatorVijith
Akshin
Dhruv
Dinesh
7MYPIntegrated Lab 6
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14JAYROBOTICS STALLIntegrated Lab 9
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