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NASASciFiles - The Case of the Radical Ride



NASA Sci Files video containing the following ten segments. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the future of transportation involving concept cars and how new vehicles will look like in the future. NASA Sci Files segment explaining the history of transportation including how the Wright Brothers discovered controlled flight. The video also explores new technology like the Hyper-X plane from NASA. NASA Sci Files segment explaining the Engineering Design Process, Iteration, and the different steps in the process to design a new product. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the future of transportation through supersonic aircraft, personal air vehicles, and air taxis as well as space travel by tourists. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the history of transportation including inventions such as the wheel, the steam engine, and the combustion engine. NASA Sci Files segment explaining the design process involving the invention and development of the hovercraft. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the engineering design process involving models and how models are tested. NASA Sci Files segment involving students in an activity to design a vehicle from a mouse trap kit propelled only by the action of the mouse trap. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the new technology of Personal Air Vehicles and how the new air transportation system is being developed. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the development, design, and creation of the Channel Tunnel.                                              
 
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Year: 2004
Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Transportation; Concept Cars; Research; General Motors; Autonomy; Fuel Cell; Biwire; Technology; Battery; Energy; Recharchable; Hydrogen; Oxygen; Electricity; Heat; Gasoline; Processes; Consumer Research; Brainstorming; Engineering Design Process; Scientific Method; Problem-solving; Data; Physics; Gravity; Friction; Auto Industry; Transmission; Engine; Simulation; Hyper-X; Controlled Flight; History; Future; Birds; Wright Brothers; Automobile; Engineering Design Process; Model; Testing; Redesign; Iteration; Cycles; Project Plan; Evaluate; Hovercraft; Solution; Aircraft; Space Travel; Tourists; Outerspace; Personal Air Vehicle; Supersonic Aircraft; Sonic Booms; Air Taxi; Automobile; Wheel; Steam Engine; Combustion Engine; Model T Ford; Mesopotamia; Nicolas Joseph Cugnot; Gottlieb Daimler;; Karl Benz; Aerodynamics; Drag; Air Resistance; Bicycle; Asia; Mass Transportation; Locomotives; Trains; Subway; Trolley; Horse Cars; Prototype; Tons; Pounds; Horsepower; Air Pressure; Air Supply; Weight; Lift; Weight; Thrust; Forces of Flight; Scale; Ratio; F-18; Design; Wind Tunnel; Safety; Environmentally Friendly; Blended Wing Body; Subsonic; Efficiency; Wing Span; Student Activity; Friction; Mouse Trap; Rubber Bands; Propulsion; Work; Force; Simple Machines; Axles; Trials; Meter; PAV; Airports; Airspace System; Highways; Small Aircraft Transportation System; SATS; Concept; Streamline; Robotic; Gridlock Commuter; Intermodal Delay; Hangar; Airpark; Traffic; English Channel; Channel Tunnel; Nepoleon; France; Great Britain; Geology; Ventilation; Problem; Solution; Scientific Exploration; Study; Ice Age; Sea Level; Technicians; Kilometer; Transatlantic Tunnel; Sea Floor; Anchors;
Duration: 00:58:55
Color: Yes
Sound: Yes
Amount of Motion: Low
Language: English
Sponsor: NASA
Contributing Organization: NASA
Transcript Available: Yes

Digitization Information
Digitization Date: 2004
Digitizing Organization: Open Video

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