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gearloose09
 Post subject: Gearloose09, Techkriti, IIT kanpur
Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2008 3:28 am 
 
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GEARLOOSE
You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great

Bored of the stereotyped studies and competitions you have been participating in for so many years?? Knowledge is no longer complete when embibed within the four walls of the classroom.

IIT Kanpur is organising a techfest in the year 2009 and GEARLOOSE is a part of it. Gearloose is one such event in this direction. Here, we face some brainstorming and challenging but simple problems. Gearloose is a mechanical model making competition. In this you have to carve out mechanical model from a problem statement.
What you have to do is just register yourself and submit an abstract of what you are making and the principle behind your model. In the second stage you will be called for live demonstration.
Problems statements have been launched..!!!
Prizes of over Rs. 40000 to be won..!!!
So what are you waiting for??
http://www.techkriti.org/#/competiti...bag-gearloose/



 
   
 
gearloose09
 Post subject: Gearloose09, Techkriti, IIT kanpur
Posted: Thu Dec 18, 2008 1:04 am 
 
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The three tasks are-
Phantom rider: The task is to balance the cycle for the maximum possible
distance along a narrow path of width 1m.
For details check out the link-
http://www.techkriti.org/#/competitions ... e-phantom/
Self-steering Wind Surfer: You have to make a vehicle which can complete
the track given below in the shortest possible time with no human
intervention.
For details check out the link-
http://www.techkriti.org/#/competitions ... oose-wind/
Mechanical Calculator: You have to build a mechanical device which can
perform maximum possible mathematical operations on a set of 2 operands.
For details check out the link..
http://www.techkriti.org/#/competitions ... gearloose/
For any querries please feel to contact the coordinators or you may write
to us at: gearloose@techkriti.org
This year also we are expecting the same enthusiastic participation from you
and your college..

Hoping to see you very soon in TECHKRITI-09.





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