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Ever wondered about the enormous energy hidden in the molecules of the chemical compounds? 
Ever tried to estimate the massive energy produced by combining two simple things you encounter 
in day to day life, say Coke and Mentos? 
Then gear up to explore the world of chemical reactions during Technozion19. 
All you have to do is to construct a car which harnesses the energy of chemical reactions and leave 
others awestruck

Participants are supposed to make a car which utilizes the energy of a chemical reaction to run. The 
car should be driven by the participant on a straight track of fixed distance which contains an 
obstacle in the form of a bridge (inclination<10 degrees). 
Length of the track will be mentioned after the selection of abstract. In addition to this, it has to hold 
a payload of 300-500 ml water. 
The size of designed cars cannot exceed certain specifications and cars must operate using "green" 
methods, i.e., there can be emissions in the form of a visible liquid or gas, such as exhaust, but they 
should not pollute the surroundings.

DETAILS:
A Team of minimum 2 and maximum 4 members.
The event consists of two rounds,
ROUND 1: 
The participants have to give a brief description of working of the model beforehand (before 
the day of event). It should be in the form of an abstract (phrased in a maximum of 1000 
words).
ABOUT ABSTARCT:
Abstract should include the following details about the model: 
1. Chemical reaction involved in propelling the car. 
2. Specifications of the economics involved in the preparation of the car. 
3. Method of propulsion (explained in detail) 
4. Chemicals used should be mentioned properly. 
5. Explain how the car runs (power source).
6. Some of its specific features (i.e. how environment friendly it is). The participant can 
also give a 3D model (DCAD/AutoCAD) of the car along with the abstract(not 
compulsory). 

 ROUND 2: 
Final round on event day (all the participants who submitted abstract are allowed to appear 
for the second round):
The car should be driven by the participant, carrying a load containing (300-500ml) water on 
a straight track of fixed distance which contains obstacles in the form of a bridge (with 
inclination<10 degrees). The winners of the competition will be decided based on the 
abstract, model presented on the event day and its performance

Addition of chemicals during a trip is not permitted. All in all, the participants will not be 
allowed to meddle with the vehicle in the middle of a trip. Participants can call for a reset 
with deduction of points, only one reset is allowed with 10% deduction of points. 
1) The vehicle will not be allowed to be controlled with the help of a remote .The source is to 
be a CHEMICAL REACTION solely. 
2)The stopping mechanism has to be chemically controlled and no matter how long the car 
can move, it has to stop at the end of the desired track. 
3) No commercial batteries can power the car directly. The construction of the car should be as 
compact as possible (Dimensions of the car must not exceed 40 cm x 40 cm x 40 cm i.e. boxsized). 
4) It must be environment friendly and economic. 
5) The reaction should not be explosive. 
6)Students from any department can participate. 
7) The only energy source for the propulsion of the car is a chemical reaction. No liquid 
discharge is allowed. No obnoxious order discharge is allowed.

Maximum of 3 members of the team are allowed to initiate their car. Two minutes would be 
provided for the setup of your model. Once the car crosses the starting line, any type of 
contact with the car will lead to disqualification. 
i)If your car is initiated and not moving you can retouch the bot if you are within your limit of 
2 minutes. 
ii) You are also responsible for arranging the disposal of chemical wastes generated by your 
mode

30% WEIGHTAGE: Time the car takes to reach the destination. 
20% WEIGHTAGE: For the description of the chemical reaction and power source mentioned in the 
abstract and how far it matches with the real design will also be considered. 
20% WEIGHTAGE: For the creativity of the design and its unique features (for its environment and 
safety features). 
20 % WEIGHTAGE: To conformity with dimensions and economy (specifications of cost incurred for 
the chemicals and making the model). 
10% WEIGHTAGE: To the overall quality of the design, along with the team's presentation

 

 

The car finishing the desired track with the given payload, minimum time and satisfying 
the above criteria will be declared as the winner. 
i)The event will be conducted in two slots in the morning and afternoon and both the 
rounds will be taken simultaneously

ABOUT

Ever wondered about the enormous energy hidden in the molecules of the chemical compounds? 
Ever tried to estimate the massive energy produced by combining two simple things you encounter 
in day to day life, say Coke and Mentos? 
Then gear up to explore the world of chemical reactions during Technozion19. 
All you have to do is to construct a car which harnesses the energy of chemical reactions and leave 
others awestruck

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Participants are supposed to make a car which utilizes the energy of a chemical reaction to run. The 
car should be driven by the participant on a straight track of fixed distance which contains an 
obstacle in the form of a bridge (inclination<10 degrees). 
Length of the track will be mentioned after the selection of abstract. In addition to this, it has to hold 
a payload of 300-500 ml water. 
The size of designed cars cannot exceed certain specifications and cars must operate using "green" 
methods, i.e., there can be emissions in the form of a visible liquid or gas, such as exhaust, but they 
should not pollute the surroundings.

DETAILS AND ROUNDS:

DETAILS:
A Team of minimum 2 and maximum 4 members.
The event consists of two rounds,
ROUND 1: 
The participants have to give a brief description of working of the model beforehand (before 
the day of event). It should be in the form of an abstract (phrased in a maximum of 1000 
words).
ABOUT ABSTARCT:
Abstract should include the following details about the model: 
1. Chemical reaction involved in propelling the car. 
2. Specifications of the economics involved in the preparation of the car. 
3. Method of propulsion (explained in detail) 
4. Chemicals used should be mentioned properly. 
5. Explain how the car runs (power source).
6. Some of its specific features (i.e. how environment friendly it is). The participant can 
also give a 3D model (DCAD/AutoCAD) of the car along with the abstract(not 
compulsory). 

 ROUND 2: 
Final round on event day (all the participants who submitted abstract are allowed to appear 
for the second round):
The car should be driven by the participant, carrying a load containing (300-500ml) water on 
a straight track of fixed distance which contains obstacles in the form of a bridge (with 
inclination<10 degrees). The winners of the competition will be decided based on the 
abstract, model presented on the event day and its performance

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

Addition of chemicals during a trip is not permitted. All in all, the participants will not be 
allowed to meddle with the vehicle in the middle of a trip. Participants can call for a reset 
with deduction of points, only one reset is allowed with 10% deduction of points. 
1) The vehicle will not be allowed to be controlled with the help of a remote .The source is to 
be a CHEMICAL REACTION solely. 
2)The stopping mechanism has to be chemically controlled and no matter how long the car 
can move, it has to stop at the end of the desired track. 
3) No commercial batteries can power the car directly. The construction of the car should be as 
compact as possible (Dimensions of the car must not exceed 40 cm x 40 cm x 40 cm i.e. boxsized). 
4) It must be environment friendly and economic. 
5) The reaction should not be explosive. 
6)Students from any department can participate. 
7) The only energy source for the propulsion of the car is a chemical reaction. No liquid 
discharge is allowed. No obnoxious order discharge is allowed.

INITIATING THE CAR

Maximum of 3 members of the team are allowed to initiate their car. Two minutes would be 
provided for the setup of your model. Once the car crosses the starting line, any type of 
contact with the car will lead to disqualification. 
i)If your car is initiated and not moving you can retouch the bot if you are within your limit of 
2 minutes. 
ii) You are also responsible for arranging the disposal of chemical wastes generated by your 
mode

JUDGING CRITERIA

30% WEIGHTAGE: Time the car takes to reach the destination. 
20% WEIGHTAGE: For the description of the chemical reaction and power source mentioned in the 
abstract and how far it matches with the real design will also be considered. 
20% WEIGHTAGE: For the creativity of the design and its unique features (for its environment and 
safety features). 
20 % WEIGHTAGE: To conformity with dimensions and economy (specifications of cost incurred for 
the chemicals and making the model). 
10% WEIGHTAGE: To the overall quality of the design, along with the team's presentation

 

 

The car finishing the desired track with the given payload, minimum time and satisfying 
the above criteria will be declared as the winner. 
i)The event will be conducted in two slots in the morning and afternoon and both the 
rounds will be taken simultaneously