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An Ornithopter (from Greek Ornithos "bird" and Petron "wing"), a bio-mimicry of birds, bats and insects, is an aircraft that flies by using the same mechanism as birds: flapping its wings instead of using engines for propulsion like most of the modern day aerodynamic models.
This workshop encompasses all the concepts and principles involved in the aerodynamics of an Ornithopter. The workshop provides a complete learning experience to the participants.
Build and test your own rubber-powered Ornithopter.
Understand the principles of Flight of a bird.
Design a mechanism that imitates a Bird
Competition for Longest Flight
Course Structure and Topics Covered
Basics of Aerodynamics and flapping-wing flight.
History of Ornithopters.
Types of flapping-wing aircraft.
Understanding the mechanisms involved in design of flapping-wing flight.
Theory behind designing a Radio Controlled Ornithopter.
Design own rubber-powered Ornithopter from scratch.
Ornithopter Fabrication sessions.
Test flight /competition session.
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Write online exams and receive separate certificates with scores. These certificates with scores will provide students an opportunity to show their learning in job interviews.
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Certificate of Completion
Certificate of Completion with Distinction (for top performers)
Students interested in Ornithopter
Students interested for a career in Aerospace and related fields of engineering.
"Lecture was very interesting and entertaining one. I had only theoretical knowledge about the bird flight, but this workshop has provided me with practical knowledge by making an ornithopter of our own which I liked very much." - Gaurav Yadav, Tumkur
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Mentioned in Greek literature from the first century, Kollam or Quilon has been a thriving trading port for centuries. The surrounding region produces pepper (after which the city is named), cashews, coir and other agricultural products. Local communities include Christian, Muslim and Hindu peoples. A historical Chinese population is known to exist, and the town's market is still named after them. Fishing occurs right along the coast as in other parts of Kerala. West and slightly north of the town some 5 kilometres lies a beach, on the north end of which are various European colonial-era relics, including the ruins of a fort and a few churches. There are also some old colonial buildings scattered about the town proper.
How to Reach
The city is well connected by road. National Highways 47 and 208 pass through it. A number of long distance buses and inter state buses ply through the city. You have buses from Cochin, Alleppy, Trivandrum, Bangalore etc. The city is also well connect by the railways. The railway code is QLN. You can get trains to Delhi, Mumbai (Bombay), Calcutta, Chennai (Madras), Bangalore etc. The nearest airport is the Trivandrum International Airport and it is 70 kilometers away from the city.
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