Aeromodelling is the design, construction and flying of model airplanes, helicopters and rockets. This workshop is dedicated to learn the technology behind making of aircrafts. It helps and encourages the participants to solve real time problem involved in making of glider aircraft & water rocket.

Aircraft Designing (Rubber Powred Gliders) 

Model aircraft are flying or non-flying small sized replicas of existing or imaginary aircraft using a variety of materials including paper, plastic, metal, synthetic resins, wood, foam and fiberglass. The most commonly types are balsa wood, polystyrene and card stock. For our workshop we use Balsa Wood for designing of Glider Aircraft.

Rubber Powered gliders are the most easiest to make and the best way learn about the principles of flight and aeromodelling. This Aeromodelling workshop will include a lecture on the principles of flight explained with the help of basic concepts of physics and is suitable for students of all groups.

Water Rocket with Parachute Landing

When someone mentions bottle rockets, Do you envision placing a firecracker attached to a stick into a glass bottle and launching it? A water rocket is a type of model rocket using water as its reaction mass.

Water rockets at schools help students understand the principles of aeronautics. Designing, building, flying & landing a Water Rocket provides students with a real-world application of the scientific method.

Topics to be Covered in this Workshop

Day I: Aeromodelling & Aircraft Designing

 Session I: Introduction to Aeromodelling  

  • Introduction to Aeromodelling
  • A brief introduction about modeling Aeroplanes -Static and Flying models
  • Explore different categories - Free Flight, Powered Free Flight, Control Line and Radio-Control Flying
  • Materials in Aeromodelling
  • An Introduction to Glider & Flight
  • What Makes Planes Fly?
  • Overview of Flight Control Surfaces
  • Theory of Flight
  • Understanding the Wings & its Importance.
  • Basic Terminologies 

Session II: Designing & Construction of Rubber Powered Glider 

  • Getting your Hand dirty
  • Construction of Rubber Powered Glider from the Pre Cut Balsa Wood.
  • Sanding & Smoothing the Wings.
  • Experimenting flying techniques. 

Session III: Flying the Rubber Powered Glider

Day II: Water Rocket with Parachute Landing

Session IV: Introduction to Water Rocket  

  • Introduction to Water Rockets
  • Understanding different part of Rockets
  • Understanding launching & firing mechanism of Rocket
  • Comparison between Actual Rocket & Water Rocket
  • Understanding the mechanism involve in Parachute Landing.  

Session V: Construction of Water Rocket  

  • Construction of Water Rocket
  • Construction of Parachute for Water Rocket
  • Attaching Parachute to Water Rocket 

Session VI:Firing the Water Rocket 

  • At the end of the workshop a small competition will be organized & winning team will get the certification of excellence

Duration: The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days, with six hours session each day in a total of twelve hours.

Certification Policy

  • Certificate of Merit for all the workshop participants from Innovians Technologies.
  • At the end of this workshop, a small competition will be organized among the participating students and winners will be awarded with a 'Certificate of Excellence' from Innovians Technologies.
  • Certificate of Coordination for the coordinators of the school workshops from Innovians Technologies.

Eligibility: The pre-requisite for joining this workshop is zero. This Workshop is best suited for V to X Standard Students.