Engineering NewsFriday, 12 March, 2010
There's been some new buzz words and acronyms in the Engineering Team recently, all lumped under the headings:
DoE and Parametric Study
DoE stands for Design of Experiments, but what does all that mean?
Education NewsFriday, 12 March, 2010
The BLOODHOUND team made a stunning appearance at the Big Bang Science Fair at Manchester Central.
What an exciting place to be - lots of activities for the visiting school parties; plenty of things to do, lots of noises - you can even have a go at welding chocolate!
Engineering NewsThursday, 18 February, 2010
by Hywel Vaughan.
Education NewsThursday, 28 January, 2010
60 year 8 and 9 girls from schools in SE Cornwall (Torpoint, Saltash, Callington, Looe and Liskeard) took part in a day of interactive activities to raise their awareness of engineering careers- all run by women engineers and scientists at Saltash College. The girls rotated around three exciti
Education NewsMonday, 18 January, 2010
An independent audit of the first year's development of the Bloodhound Education Programme (BEP) was undertaken by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) on behalf of the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF), during the period from July to November 2009.
Education NewsWednesday, 13 January, 2010
At Priestlands we are using Bloodhound to inspire and further develop our year 8 project known as Jet Flyers. We have be evolving this project for the past few years using the ‘Mission’ TV documentary based on Thrust SSC.
Engineering NewsTuesday, 12 January, 2010
by Brian Coombs
The wheel is a very complicated component. It has to cope with very high loads applied to it, and has many other constraints imposed on its design.
Engineering NewsMonday, 23 November, 2009
The shape of BLOODHOUND SSC has evolved a long way from the original "Configuration 0" first thought up in August 2007. See the story of the configuration development here.
Press ReleaseMonday, 23 November, 2009
One year on - major milestones achieved
The BLOODHOUND Project is the World Land Speed Record attempt designed to inspire young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM subjects).