"University of Nevada - Reno (Wolf Pack)"
(1st overall, 2nd in paper, 2nd in presentation, 8th in product, 1st in races)
of Nevada, Reno represented the Mid-Pacific Conference and made their ninth
Wolf Pack relied on 2 people to make their presentation; 1 man and 1 woman. The
presenters were dressed business casual. The team used 1 screen; there were 2
The team based their theme on Ichthyosaur, Nevada's fossil. They began their presentation with a team introduction. After presenting the rationale behind why they selected it, they related their theme nicely to the project.
The team outlined their organizational structure and mentioned the costs and man hours spent during their stint. Then, they discussed the improvements that they made in hull deign and how they thought that these changes would make a difference in performance.
team described how they selected their reinforcement and performed their
structural analysis. They mentioned that they developed a moment envelope based
on four loading cases.
team described how they considered several different aspects of mix design and
explained how they arrived at their final selection. After providing
specifications including the needed strength, the team moved on to mold and
They explained how they employed an automatic watering system during curing and
described how they finished their boat. Then, the team brought their
presentation to a strong conclusion by reverting back to their theme.
They explained how they employed an automatic watering system during curing and described how they finished their boat. Then, the team brought their presentation to a strong conclusion by reverting back to their theme.
was a very strong presentation and the team answered the questions with