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A credible or authoritative source for papers is characterized by arguments supported by facts obtained through logical reasoning and experimentation. It is the responsibility of a researcher or writer to demonstrate to the reader how he/she arrived at a conclusion.
The credibility of books cannot be...
This presentation was produced by the UK Space Agency for Tim Peake's mission to the International Space Station in 2015/16.
The resource available consists of the following items:
RESINATED CORE SLABS (15m)
This is material that has been cut...
These resources introduce the topic of PCB manufacture Engineering and Design & Technology. They contains an overview of the different stages of PCB manufacture and a brief explanation of surface mount technology. The question sheet can be used alongside the presentation.
This resource helps to introduce methods of casting in metal. It looks at sand, investment and die casting.
This resources provides instructions for a simple demonstration of how additive layer manufacturing (3D printing) works. It uses funky foam, scissors and pritt stick glue. However, could also use acrylic, cardboard or wood and cut the model sections using a...
This is a classroom presentation / posters that remind pupils that great British designs are all around them!
This resource describes a number of material properties used to describe materials. I.e. hardness, tensile strength, environmental resistance, etc.
The resource contains questions at the end of the topic to support revision.
This presentation can be used to introduce new and disruptive technologies to engineering students. It was based on BTEC Engineering but would also be relevant to GCSE Design and Technology / engineering. It contains an overview of hydrogen fuel cells, optic fibres, blended wing bodies, surface nanotechnology,...