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Students learn how engineers design and construct buildings to withstand earthquake damage by building their own model structures using toothpicks and marshmallows. They experiment to see how earthquake-proof their buildings are by testing them in an earthquake simulated in a pan of Jell-O®.

www.imaginationstationtoledo.org/.../can-you-build-an-earthquake-proof-building

Earthquake-proof Buildings. After the massive earthquake near Japan one wonders if it’s possible to build an earthquake-proof building? The answer is yes and no. There are of course, engineering techniques that can be used to create a very sound structure that will endure a modest or even strong quake.

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Students will construct a structure out of drinking straws to see if it can withstand an earthquake. Students will learn about the concepts of force and engineering design to accurately create the structure! Do this activity

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Activity: Build an Earthquake-proof Structure. ... Earthquake-proof Structures. ... i think this structure is very well put together and its a great insperation for other kids that are trying to make a similar project.(: well done kids! great work! brianna mitchell, ...

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A huge and very destructive earthquake hit Haiti in 2010. Now Jacob and India are there, learning how to support and protect buildings during earthquakes. Your kids will engineer model buildings that are earthquake resistant. They’ll also develop building codes that help others build earthquake resistant structures.Watch this video on earthquake engineering!

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Kids engineer ways to stop their buildings from changing shape during a test on the shake table. Unit Map Adventure 5: Creating an Earthquake-Resistant Building Groups plan, create, and test their buildings on the shake table. Adventure 6: Improving an Earthquake-Resistant Building Groups improve their initial designs, test

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Steel structures are considered mostly earthquake resistant but some failures have occurred. A great number of welded steel moment-resisting frame buildings, which looked earthquake-proof, surprisingly experienced brittle behavior and were hazardously damaged in the 1994 Northridge earthquake.

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Build an Earthquake-Proof Structure. Students will construct a structure out of drinking straws to see if it can withstand an earthquake. Students will learn about the concepts of force and engineering design to accurate…

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Global Kids. Parents & Educators Build. ... It’s also located right in the heart of an earthquake zone. So its engineers and architects needed to build a tower with the latest anti-earthquake technology. ... Sky Tree’s earthquake-resistant features worked beautifully—there was no structural damage and none of the construction workers ...