- Constant-Speed Vehicle
Adapted from A. Gleue, Fun Physics Projects for Tomorrow's Rocket Scientists, McGraw-Hill Education, 2013.
Everything in the universe is in motion. One basic, yet important, type of motion is constant-speed motion. This project takes you through assembly of a model battery-powered vehicle that moves at a constant speed. This particular vehicle is built from a kit. You can also build a constant speed-car from scratch rather than from a kit, but some of the parts needed may be hard to find at local hobby stores or hardware stores. (The kit used here came from KELVIN®.)
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