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ROLLER COASTER ENGINEERING

‧Item no.: #7071

● Design and build your own working roller coaster models.
● Conduct hands-on physics experiments to learn about force, motion, and energy.
● Conduct gravitational acceleration experiments with different coin weights and record the outcomes.
● Plastic building system is durable, easy-to-assemble, and reusable.

The Physics of Forces and Fun

Build and experiment with dozens of roller coaster models to make learning the physics of force, motion, and energy as fun as a day at the amusement park.
Conduct an action-packed series of hands-on physics and engineering lessons with an easy, modular building system. Piece together the sturdy frame structures and then attach the flexible track to it to build and test endless roller coaster designs.
Experiment by varying the weight of the cars and varying the slope, length, and direction of the track. Get a practical introduction to many physics principles including gravitation, potential energy, kinetic energy, friction, centripetal force, velocity, acceleration, and more.
Conduct a series of engineering challenges: What is the tallest roller coaster you can build? Can you build a roller coaster with two vertical loops in it? A large, full-color manual guides you through the model assembly and experiments with step-by-step illustrated instructions.

Dimensions 370 x 290 x 80 mm
AGE

6

Models

20 experiments

Components

305