CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Aerodynamics/ Hydrodynamics

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J0104 — First Place
Emily E. Bell, Grade 8 portrait
Fin Shape's Effect on Altitude
Advisor: Ms. Angela Ward
School: Actis (O.J.) Junior High School, Bakersfield, Kern County
J0103 — Second Place
Ali H. Badawi, Grade 6 portrait
AnyFIN Is Possible! Testing Various Flyfishing Structures to Determine Which Fly Structure Has the Best Surface Tension
Advisor: Mrs. Rula Alshanableh
School: Al-Huda Islamic School, Hawthorne, Los Angeles County
J0107 — Third Place
Jennifer A. Dick-Peddie, Grade 7 portrait
Designing an Autogyro to Accurately Deliver a Payload to a Designated Landing Zone with the Slowest Descent Rate
Advisor: Mrs. Juliana West
School: Stratford Middle School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J0113 — Fourth Place
Aidan D. Land, Grade 7 portrait
Wingin' It: Design and Construction of a Modular Model Aircraft for Wing Studies
Advisor: Dr. Robert Dubrow
School: Tierra Linda Middle School, San Carlos, San Mateo County
J0105 — Honorable Mention
Jacob N. Cho, Grade 7 portrait
Golf Ball Aerodynamics
Advisor: Mr. John Briner
School: Fairmont Private Junior High School, Anaheim, Orange County
J0106 — Honorable Mention
Warren K. Dao, Grade 8 portrait
Which Nose Cone Is the Best when Flown?
Advisor: Mr. Nathaniel Sapalicio
School: Monterey Highlands Elementary School, Monterey Park, Los Angeles County
J0120 — Honorable Mention
Isabelle C. Pinto, Grade 8 portrait
Blown Away! How Does the Camber of a Wing Affect Turbulence with a Crosswind during Takeoff?
Advisor: Mr. Sunil Pinto
School: Day Creek Intermediate School, Etiwanda, San Bernardino County

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