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  • Bridge Building Contest Home Page
    of Technology Chicago Illinois on Saturday May 7 2016 2016 Chicago Regional Contest Information Announcements and bridge specifications for the 2016 Chicago Regional Bridge Building Contest to be held at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago Illinois on Tuesday January 19 2016 Congratulations to all the 2016 Chicago Area Regional Contest Winners Chicago City Region Rank Name School Efficiency 1 Neil Geronimo Amundsen High School 1237 2 Benjamin Benedict Whitney Young High School 1061 Chicago North Suburban Region Rank Name School Efficiency 1 Amy Hoover Loyola Academy 1618 2 Billy Hoffmann Loyola Academy 1592 Chicago South Suburban Region Rank Name School Efficiency 1 Kristen Ferracuti Lincoln Way East High School 1460 2 Nathan Grah Lincoln Way North High School 1434 Regional Contest Locator Find your school s region if it is already established and who organizes the regional contest Setting up new Regions Learn how to start a new region if your school is not currently within an established region Running your own school contest Tips on organizing and conducting your own school contest Bridge building help Links to bridge building tips and the video of Roy Coleman s tutorial on bridge building Pictures and Videos of past contests Our

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/ (2016-02-17)
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  • 2016 International Bridge Contest Information
    Organizers who wish to host future International Contests Find out if you qualify to host an International Contest Apply to host an International Contest Past International Contest Results 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 Pictures of past International Bridge Contests Bridge Building Help Links to Roy Coleman s video and other bridge building tips Last update September

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/public/international/index (2016-02-17)
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  • Chicago 2016 Regional Bridge Contest Information
    City Regional 2015 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2015 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2014 Chicago City Regional 2014 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2014 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2013 Chicago City Regional 2013 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2013 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2012 Chicago City Regional 2012 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2012 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2011 Chicago City Regional 2011 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2011 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2010 Chicago City Regional 2010 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2010 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2009 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2009 Chicago City Regional 2009 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2008 Chicago City Regional 2008 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2008 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2007 Chicago City Regional 2007 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2007 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2006 Chicago City Regional 2006 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2006 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2005 Chicago City Regional 2005 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2005 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2004 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2004 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2004 Chicago City Regional 2003 Chicago City Regional 2003 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2003 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2002 Chicago City Regional 2002 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2002 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2001 Chicago City Regional 2001 Chicago North Suburban Regional 2001 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2000 Chicago City Regional 2000 Chicago South Suburban Regional 2000 Chicago North Suburban Regional 1999 Chicago City Regional 1999 Chicago North Suburban Regional 1999 Chicago South Suburban Regional 1998 Chicago City Regional 1998 Chicago South Suburban Regional 1998 Chicago North Suburban Regional 1997 Chicago South Suburban Regional 1997 Chicago City Regional 1997 Chicago North Suburban Regional 1996 Chicago City Regional 1996 Chicago South Suburban Regional 1996 Chicago North Suburban Regional 1995 Chicago City Regional 1995 Chicago North Suburban Regional 1995 Chicago South Suburban Regional 1994 Chicago City Regional 1994 Chicago South Suburban

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/public/chicago/index (2016-02-17)
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  • Worldwide Bridge Building Regions
    of the world and who the regional coordinators are Canada United States Caribbean Latin America Europe Middle East Africa Asia Pacific Last update May 31 2011 Bridge Contest Home International Contest Chicago Regional Contest Region Locator Official Documentation Other Bridge

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/public/regions/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Bridge Building Guidelines for New Regions
    to promote fairness and yet encourage new geographic areas to participate High schools colleges and professional organizations are encouraged to form Regions for High School Bridge Contests in accordance with the following guidelines Only one regional contest leading to the International Contest should be held within each 150 mile radius Note that this guideline may be modified by those which follow A Region must have a minimum of 5 participating high schools participating i e send at least one entry Schools may participate in only one Region If more than 50 high schools have participated in one regional contest then before the next contest is held that Region may be split into smaller non overlapping contiguous geographic Regions as long as each new Region has at least 20 participating high schools The two winning students from each Region will be eligible for the International Contest STARTUP To encourage a high school to participate for the first time the high school may establish its own Region and hold its own regional contest subject to the following conditions The high school has not participated in a regional contest It is more than 150 miles from an established regional contest The second year

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/public/documents/regional_guidelines (2016-02-17)
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  • Running School Bridge Contests
    plate will do Drill the plate at its center to accept a 3 8 inch eyebolt Move the horizontal plate vertically down onto the loading location on the bridge Then from below the bridge insert the eyebolt up through the plate and secure with a nut from above Use a hook to hang the load from the eyebolt Slotted lab masses can be loaded on a rod hooked onto the 3 8 inch eyebolt to test the bridges If your school does not have enough lab masses to break the bridges a platform consisting of a 2 foot square of 3 4 inch plywood can be suspended from the 3 8 inch eyebolt below the bridge with ropes or chains Bricks or other available masses can then be piled on the platform to break the bridge Or use a sturdy 5 gallon bucket instead of a platform etc Since bridges may support more than 25 kg it is suggested that you limit the distance the mass is allowed to fall when the bridge breaks A distance of between 1 and 2 inches is recommended This will assure good relations with classes on the floor below you It is also a

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/public/documents/school_contests (2016-02-17)
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  • Bridge Building Help
    of past bridge building lectures at IIT Garret Boon s model bridge design site Last update May 12 2011 Bridge Contest Home International Contest Chicago Regional Contest Region Locator Official Documentation Other Bridge Links For further information contact Prof John

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/public/help (2016-02-17)
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  • Index of directory "pictures"
    Directory Navigator Up Directories chicago regionals international

    Original URL path: http://bridgecontest.phys.iit.edu/pictures/ (2016-02-17)
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