OCTOCOPTER

OCTOCOPTER


Rs. 60000

Rs. 500
(The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
Octocopters are small Octarian fighters equipped with a large propeller helmet that allows them to hover. They have small legs adorned with what appear to be helicopter landing skids, but they are never seen using them, as they are always in the air. Octocopters hover in one area until they see Agent 3, at which point they become visibly agitated and begin to move, with difficulty, towards the Inkling. They are capable of firing slow-moving balls of purple ink, like Octotroopers, and can be splatted easily from a close distance. However, firing ink at them from far away will slightly knock them backwards, possibly knocking them out of range.

The Internship cover's the following module (60 hour's):

DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • Copter Angle, Accurate Angle Separation, Geomentrical Dimensioning, Fabrication of Arm, Fabrication of Holder's, Fabrication of Landing gear.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Arm, Material selection for Holders, Material selection for landing gear, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Control Board Programing, Power system Separation, Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • Internship certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • HEXACOPTER

    HEXACOPTER


    Rs. 50000

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    This project is a self-stabilizing hexacopter vehicle. The design of the hexacopter will have six rotors to provide stable lift even in highly variable environments (i.e. outdoors). Its main feature will be a camera mounted on the hexacopter which will be able to recognize a person and follow them at a specific distance. Key ideas of this project include synchronization, providing equal lift to all rotors and compensating for any external forces acting upon it. The hexacopter will be autonomous, it will be able to stabilize without any input from humans. The hexacopter will be able to be controlled by a phone connected via Bluetooth and we will provide an Android application that will send data to the hexacopter for control. The hexacopter will be able to locate a face and follow the person. As its name suggest, it will be a six-wing design.

    The Internship cover's the following module (60 hour's):

    DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • Copter Angle, Accurate Angle Separation, Geomentrical Dimensioning, Fabrication of Arm, Fabrication of Holder's, Fabrication of Landing gear.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Arm, Material selection for Holders, Material selection for landing gear, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Control Board Programing, Power system Separation, Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • QUADCOPTER

    QUADCOPTER


    Rs. 40000

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A quadcopter, quadrotor or quad is a type of radio controlled and/or GPS controlled electric helicopter. They are also produced in full scale. Quadcopters generally consist of a central hub from which four radial arms extend at ninety-degree intervals. The ends of each arm are equipped with an upward- or downward-facing outrunner motor driving standard and reverse rotation model airplane propellers or quadcopter-specific propellers. The result is an extremely stable yet nimble model aircraft with high payload capability. This makes the quadcopter an excellent base for aerial photography, FPV flight or as an autonomous flying robot/unmanned aerial vehicle. Each rotor produces both thrust and torque, with rotors one and three rotating clockwise and rotors two and four counterclockwise. This makes the net aerodynamic torque and angular acceleration about the yaw axis exactly zero in much the same manner as a coaxial helicopter. Directional flight is induced by mismatching the balance in aerodynamic torques, i.e., by offsetting the equal thrust of the motors at hover. This eliminates the need for linkages of any kind in a model quadcopter. While the lack of linkages makes a model quadcopter among the simplest of flying models from a mechanical standpoint, the electronics necessary to fly a quadcopter are often extremely sophisticated. Many rely on an inertial measurement unit combining a gyroscope with an accelerometer, barometer and magnetometer. This may be tied into a standard R/C system, a programmable GPS system, a first-person-view system or a combination of any or all of the above.

    The Internship cover's the following module (60 hour's):

    DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • Copter Angle, Accurate Angle Separation, Geomentrical Dimensioning, Fabrication of Arm, Fabrication of Holder's, Fabrication of Landing gear.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Arm, Material selection for Holders, Material selection for landing gear, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Control Board Programing, Power system Separation, Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • Internship certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • HOVERCRAFT

    HOVERCRAFT


    Rs. 20000

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A hovercraft, also known as an air-cushion vehicle or ACV, is a craft capable of travelling over land, water, mud or ice and other surfaces. Hovercraft use blowers to produce a large volume of air below the hull that is slightly above atmospheric pressure. The pressure difference between the higher pressure air below the hull and lower pressure ambient air above it produces lift, which causes the hull to float above the running surface. For stability reasons, the air is typically blown through slots or holes around the outside of a disk- or oval-shaped platform, giving most hovercraft a characteristic rounded-rectangle shape. Typically this cushion is contained within a flexible "skirt", which allows the vehicle to travel over small obstructions without damage.

    The Internship cover's the following module (60 hour's):

    DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • Copter Angle, Accurate Angle Separation, Geomentrical Dimensioning, Fabrication of Arm, Fabrication of Holder's, Fabrication of Landing gear.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Arm, Material selection for Holders, Material selection for landing gear, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Control Board Programing, Power system Separation, Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • Internship certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • TRICOPTER

    TRICOPTER


    Rs. 35000

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A tricopter is similar to a helicopter except that it has three vertical rotors as opposed to a heli's one (or two in the case of coaxial).

    The Internship cover's the following module (60 hour's):

    DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • Copter Angle, Accurate Angle Separation, Geomentrical Dimensioning, Fabrication of Arm, Fabrication of Holder's, Fabrication of Landing gear.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Arm, Material selection for Holders, Material selection for landing gear, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Control Board Programing, Power system Separation, Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • Internship certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • SPARK PLANE S380

    SPARK PLANE S380


    Rs. 15000

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A radio-controlled aircraft (often called RC aircraft or RC plane) is a small flying machine that is controlled remotely by an operator on the ground using a hand-held radio transmitter. The transmitter communicates with a receiver within the craft that sends signals to servomechanisms (servos) which move the control surfaces based on the position of joysticks on the transmitter. The control surfaces, in turn, affect the orientation of the plane.

    The RC Aeroplane SPARK S380 cover's the following module (40 hour's):

    DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • ASPECT RATIO - WING DESIGN, WING THICKNESS, AILERON SURFACE, Leading Edge of Wing location, Leading Edge of Horizontal Stabilizer location, Horizontal stabilizer design, Horizontal stabilizer thickness, Elevator surface, Vertical Stabilizer design, Vertical Stabilizer thickness, Rudder surface, WING THICKNESS BALANCE.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Wing, Material selection for Fuselage, Material selection for Horizontal stabilizer, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH, Fabrication of Wing, Fabrication of Horizontal Stabilizer, Fabrication of Vertical Stabilizer, Fabrication of Fuselage, Assembly of Aero plane.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • Internship certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • SPARK S747

    SPARK S747


    Rs. 13500

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A radio-controlled aircraft (often called RC aircraft or RC plane) is a small flying machine that is controlled remotely by an operator on the ground using a hand-held radio transmitter. The transmitter communicates with a receiver within the craft that sends signals to servomechanisms (servos) which move the control surfaces based on the position of joysticks on the transmitter. The control surfaces, in turn, affect the orientation of the plane.

    The RC Aeroplane SPARK S747 cover's the following module (40 hour's):

    DESIGN & FABRICATION

  • ASPECT RATIO - WING DESIGN, WING THICKNESS, AILERON SURFACE, Leading Edge of Wing location, Leading Edge of Horizontal Stabilizer location, Horizontal stabilizer design, Horizontal stabilizer thickness, Elevator surface, Vertical Stabilizer design, Vertical Stabilizer thickness, Rudder surface, WING THICKNESS BALANCE.


  • STRUCTURE'S
  • Hooke's Law, Material selection for Wing, Material selection for Fuselage, Material selection for Horizontal stabilizer, Material selection for Vertical stabilizer, STRESS STRAIN GRAPH, Fabrication of Wing, Fabrication of Horizontal Stabilizer, Fabrication of Vertical Stabilizer, Fabrication of Fuselage, Assembly of Aero plane.


  • PROPULSION
  • Engine benchmark motor Selection, Fuel Benchmark Battery Selection, Electronic Speed controller selection, Propeller selection Rule, and Speed calculation.


  • CONTROL SYSTEM
  • Primary control system, Control Methods, Selection of Transmitter & Receiver, Selection of Servo controls, Selection of Push rods, Selection of Arms and Hinges, FLYING OF RC PLANE - SIMULATION FOR STUDENTS.


  • Internship certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • ENGINEERING OF FLYING OBJECT

    ENGINEERING OF FLYING OBJECT


    Rs. 3000

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    We have our well-structured course titled 'Engineering of flying objects for young minds' targeting students right from the 5th grade. The Program involves in the Basic Science done practically with the aircraft models, this levels helps the students to understand the basic science that they are going to learn till 10th. And some of the student finds the Engineering and Scientific Skill among them. And only they are move to the second level. Our syllabus will surely challenge and stimulate the young minds for future inventions and innovation.

    The EOFO cover's the following module (40 hour's):

  • Basic Laws - Newton's - I, II, III and Bernoulli's law.
  • Introduction to Aero plane - Parts, Motion of Aircraft, Material used in aircraft.
  • Balsa wood glider -Fabricating the balsa wood glider, Art of launching, Material Handling, Fabricating Technique.
  • Balsa with coroplast - Purpose of gliding, Range of Aero plane, Building of Balsa with coroplast glider, To apply the aero model designing in the coroplast and balsawood to make the normal object fly.
  • Building of Monoplane - Assembling of Monoplane, Art of Launching the Rubber power planes, thrust, thrust vectoring.
  • Building of Biplane -Assembling of Biplane, Launching of Biplane
  • RANGE - Range of an aero plane, Role of Law in Designing a Vehicle.
  • All the materials will be given to the Individual students who are enrolled in the program.
  • Budding engineer certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

    GLIDER TRAINING

    GLIDER TRAINING


    Rs. 800

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A glider is a heavier-than-air aircraft that is supported in flight by the dynamic reaction of the air against its lifting surfaces, and whose free flight does not depend on an engine. Most gliders do not have an engine, although motor-gliders have small engines for extending their flight when necessary and some are even powerful enough to take off.

    The Glider training cover's the following module (15 hour's):

  • Balsa wood glider - Fabricating the balsa wood glider, Art of launching, Material Handling, Fabricating Technique.
  • Balsa with coroplast - Purpose of gliding, Range of Aero plane, Building of Balsa with coroplast glider, To apply the aero model designing in the coroplast and balsawood to make the normal object fly.
  • All the materials will be given to the Individual students who are enrolled in the program.
  • Glider Training Certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • RUBBER POWERED AEROPLANE TRAINING

    RUBBER POWERED AEROPLANE TRAINING


    Rs. 1200

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    A monoplane is a fixed-wing aircraft with a single pair of main wing surfaces, in contrast to a biplane or other multiplane, which have multiple pairs of wings. A monoplane has inherently the highest efficiency and lowest drag of any wing configuration and is the simplest to build. A biplane is a fixed-wing aircraft with two main wings stacked one above the other. The first aircraft to fly, the Wright Flyer, used a biplane wing arrangement, as did most aircraft in the early years of aviation.

    The Rubber Powered Aeroplane training cover's the following module (15 hour's):

  • Building of Monoplane - Assembling of Monoplane.
  • Art of Launching the Rubber power planes.
  • Thrust vectoring.
  • Building of Biplane -Assembling of Biplane, Launching of Biplane.
  • RANGE - Range of an aero plane, Role of Law in Designing a Vehicle.
  • All the materials will be given to the Individual students who are enrolled in the program.
  • Rubber powered Glider training Certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.

  • ORNITHOPTER

    ORNITHOPTER


    Rs. 700

    Rs. 500
    (The registration fees will be reduced in the fees on your full fees payment)
    An ornithopter (from Greek ornithos "bird" and pteron "wing") is an aircraft that flies by flapping its wings. Designers seek to imitate the flapping-wing flight of birds, bats, and insects. Though machines may differ in form, they are usually built on the same scale as these flying creatures.

    The Ornithopter training cover's the following module (15 hour's):

  • ORNITHOPTER-Building of Ornithopter
  • Crank Mechanism
  • Different Thrust Technique
  • Mechanism of Ornithopter
  • All the materials will be given to the Individual students who are enrolled in the program.
  • Ornithopter Certificate provided by SPARK - Research and Development organization.




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