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CWSF 2007 - Truro, Nova Scotia

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Last year, my science fair project was called Slapshot. It used sound to calculate the velocity of a speeding puck. I won a gold medal at the 2005 Simcoe County science fair for that project. I was once again attracted to completing a science project that included sound. I have always enjoyed playing many instruments including the bass guitar, so I decided to make my project about bass amplifiers. I am looking forward to this experience at my first National Science Fair. I have always wanted to enjoy a career with musical instruments when I'm older, so this is a good place to get my ideas running. Other accomplishments: School Winner of Canadian Open math challange, Curently studying piano at a grade 5 conservatory level,

Luke Regier

Blowing Down the Walls of Jericho
Division:International / None
Region:Simcoe County
City:Barrie , ON
School:St. Monica's E.S.
Abstract:Construction And Testing a Jericho Speaker Cabinet. Test 1:One vs two 3w Koss speakers inside a homemade Jericho speaker cabinet, measured in amplitude and frequency. Test 2:The difference measured in amplitude, frequency and energy savings between a homemade Jericho speaker cabinet and a Yorkville 200w bass amplifier. Test 3:The development of resonation inside the Jericho cabinet, how a Jericho cabinet amplifies the original sound wave.

Awards Value
Canadian Acoustical Association Award
Sponsor: Canadian Acoustical Association
Honourable Mention - Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Sponsor: Encana Corporation