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Rubens' Tube

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The Rubens' tube, also known as the standing wave flame tube, or simply flame tube, is a physics experiment demonstrating a standing wave. It shows the relationship between sound waves and sound pressure.

Physics T-Shirt Design Contest

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Eligibility

Individual students participate in the competition (no pairs or groups) from Grade 7–12.

Design Features

The design on the T-Shirt;

• Should identify the laws of Physics.

Physics Mug Design Contest

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Eligibility

Individual students participate in the competition (no pairs or groups) from Grade 7–12.

Design Features

The design on the Mug;

• Should identify the laws of Physics.

Physics Photo Contest Results

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By Muyhoung Lim 12-E

To begin with, I would like to say thank you to ZIS, especially Mr.Gurkan who have introduced us too many International competitions, such as I-SWEEEP, INESPO, GENIUS OLYMPIAD, and recently an International Physics Photo Contest by AAPT. Through this, students may have a chance to show their different talents and reflect it to the world for a real achievement.

Physics Photo Contest

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Take a photo,  Get the price.

The contest is open to students in grades 7-12.

Students are challenged to submit a photo illustrating a physics concept.

The students are required to take the photo themselves and include a written summary of the physics occurring in the photo.

Water Rocket Challenge 2011

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During International Children’s Day, the 1st of June, our school held a water rocket competition at the old stadium in Phnom Penh. The stadium is a huge grassy field surrounded by bleachers that can seat thousands, and, most importantly, has a great supply of water available for the launchers.

There were 249 students who participated in the first stage of the challenge. The competition started at around 9.00 am and ended about noon. Students started to arrive at 8.00 am to prepare their rockets for launching. Within minutes, the stadium was packed with people.

Water Rocket Challenge Announcement

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The Mission

The mission is to design a Water-Rocket Vehicle capable of reaching the highest altitude possible given specific launch criteria. The Water Rocket Challenge serves to familiarize students with the basic principles of rocketry, design engineering, and manufacturing engineering.
Students will design and manufacture a water rocket using a bottle as the pressure vessel.
Entrants must also construct their own launcher.

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