Adam Crewe posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 02:38 pm
If you are from one of the teams that will be taking part in India can you please ask all the other members of your team to login using the registration details they were sent in an email from this forum.
We have been having problems with a few emails not working and once I know who cannot login to this website I will contact them directly to sort out the problem.
Thank you sir, the problem is solved. Now I'm up with another problem. My team mate- Heloise Rajkumari received a mail that we did not submit our group photograph with 150 words write up on "WHY YOU THINK YOU CAN IN?". But this post intends to bring it to your kind attention that we submitted it. Kindly cross check and let us know if we need to resubmit it. THANK YOU
You need to check who your email was from and respond to them directly by email. It looks like it was from the British Council.
Liu Bo posted on Monday, September 27, 2010 - 02:35 pm
Dear Sir, I'm from Team12-Grp2 of WuHan University of technology. We want to knom if we can use flexible floor in our modle.For example we use cotton string to take the place of stip of MDF as beams .And if it will influence our marks in the stage1.
Liu Bo posted on Monday, September 27, 2010 - 02:48 pm
Dear Sir, I'm from Team12-Grp2 of WuHan University of technology. we want to make clear about the dimensions of the steel blocks.And we know that our modle must be able to carry 7.5 kilograms or more,but we want to make clear that if every floor must be able to carry 7.5 kilograms steel blocks or all the still blocks our modle can carry is 7.5 kilograms at least.
Adam Crewe posted on Monday, September 27, 2010 - 02:52 pm
In future please put questions like this in "Topics relating to the CHINA competition"
The steel blocks must be firmly placed on the floor. However, the floor can either be fixed, or it can be allowed to slide or hung, effectively behaving like a floor isolation system. Imagine that the block are the people in the building. They would want to walk on a solid floor.
You have freedom to do anything you want as long as you do not break any of the rules of the challenge.
Adam Crewe posted on Monday, September 27, 2010 - 02:54 pm