Lessons for Air Pressure

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  • Bernoulli's Principle Lab - … the air is moving fast, the pressure will be less than the atmospheric pressure pressing in around it. 1. How is air pressure keeping the … have the lowest pressure. Where is the pressure the lowest in the can system? 3. Use the picture and show air going around and between the cans to illustrate the fast moving air. Label the fast moving air and where the pressure is …
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  • Blast Off - An Engineering Design Challenge - … happen to the height if we launch at a lower air pressure? 6. Allow the students to test their designs, ensuring that … launching. Select a high pressure and a low pressure to launch from. These pressures should be within the safe launching pressures (For example we … happen to the height if we launch at a lower air pressure? 6. Allow the students to test this using the same … the initial launches, this time launching them at the lower air pressure. Instead of having the students complete a written summary at …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • What Causes the Weather? - … as: temperature, humidity, wind direction and speed, air pressure, solar radiation, cloudiness, and precipitation. Air masses come in contact with each other at … or Low-pressure areas. Lab 6-2 WEATHER PATTERNS Lab 6-3 CYCLONIC WEATHER SYSTEMS Examine the relationship between air pressure and weather … the atmosphere, such as: temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, air pressure, solar radiation, cloudiness, and precipitation. 2. Use spreadsheets and data …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Air: Demonstrating Its Presence and Effects - … km ocean of air. The density of air is about 1/1000 that of water, so that air pressure corresponds to the pressure of a water column of 10 meters [40 feet]. In these experiments we examine the effects of air pressure … hemispheres apart. Using the concept of air pressure, explain this result. Conclusions: The effects of air pressure are sometimes subtle and sometimes dramatic. There …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • What is Air Pressure? - … demonstrate air pressure in action. 2. The students will discuss and determine a definition for air pressure. Purpose: to help students discover what air pressure is, that as air is heated it expands, and … of this pushing is called air pressure. We will then create a definition for air pressure, which is the force air puts on other objects …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Whelmer #28: T.P. Away - … increases the air pressure, causing the paper to lift. Blowing over the top of the sheet lowers the air pressure allowing the ambient pressure under … . The air pressure is reduced on the top surface of the tissue allowing the ambient pressure to lift the tissue into the air stream … air pressure on the upper side. Air is blown out of most leaf blowers at ~150 miles per hour. At that velocity, the pressure
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-12
  • Measure the Pressure - The "Wet" Barometer - … Homepage NWS Homepage Back: Air Pressure Weather forecast by "City, St" or zip code Learning Lesson: Measure the Pressure - The "Wet" Barometer OBJECTIVE Make your own barometer. OVERVIEW Using simple items the student will make a device for indicating air pressure … of air over us is constantly changing. As a result, the weight of that air, called pressure, is constantly changing. These changes in air pressure
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Measure the Pressure - The "Wet" Barometer - … Homepage NWS Homepage Back: Air Pressure Weather forecast by "City, St" or zip code Learning Lesson: Measure the Pressure - The "Wet" Barometer OBJECTIVE Make your own barometer. OVERVIEW Using simple items the student will make a device for indicating air pressure … of air over us is constantly changing. As a result, the weight of that air, called pressure, is constantly changing. These changes in air pressure
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • May the Force Be With You: Thrust - … inlet and compressor. The compressor pushes the air into a combustion chamber at a high pressure. Then, liquid fuel is continually sprayed … a result of the increase in temperature, creating extreme pressure. This high-pressure gas exits the engine through a turbine and nozzle … -pressure gas leaving the engine at such a high speed that pushes the engine forwards. This is similar to letting the air … .) What is lift? (Answer: When the air pressure below a wing is greater than the air pressure above the wing, there is a net …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Demonstrating Its Presence and Effects - … km ocean of air. The density of air is about 1/1000 that of water, so that air pressure corresponds to the pressure of a water column of 10 meters [40 feet]. In these experiments we examine the effects of air pressure … hemispheres apart. Using the concept of air pressure, explain this result. Conclusions: The effects of air pressure are sometimes subtle and sometimes dramatic. There …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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