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DIY Wind Turbine Kit | School Science Project

(4 customer reviews)
Weight 500 g
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 8 cm
Project type

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 1,300 1,700

DIY a Wind Turbine Kit & | School Project for kids in Primary, middle, and high school.

This set is ideal for developing a science fair experiment or school project and for exploring just for fun! You’ll get to build your own model wind turbine, investigate how it works, and see it create and store power.

Here are just some of what you can do with this wind turbine kit: harness energy to make a colored light glow or motor spin; work with generators & electrical circuits; plus find out how a super-capacitor stores wind energy like a battery. Then design and test your own wind turbine blades using the materials included in the kit.

Note: Product designed by  Pakistan Science Club (Pakistan Science Club inspires a lifelong interest in science, math, and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative programs)

Wind Turbine Unassembled kit

Wind Turbine Unassembled kit (Paper Manual available)

What’s included in the kit?

DIY Windmill kit

  1. Frame: wooden base
  2. 4 blades
  3. 4×6 inch model house
  4. LED
  5. DC Generator
  6. Nuts and bolt

What are the experiments?

  1. Simple Motor – show how a wind turbine works
  2. Simple Generator to generate electricity & light an LED
  3. Motor & Generator – use wind energy from one motor to power another
  4. How Much Power? – measure power output (voltage & amperage)
  5. Using Potential Energy – charge a capacitor & use it to power a motor
  6. Series & Parallel Circuits – study circuits & light up to 3 LEDs
  7. Double the Power? – connect two motors to the LEDs

What concepts are covered?

  • What Wind Turbines Are
  • How Wind Power Works
  • Motors & Generators
  • Practical Energy
  • Further, Study Ideas

Looking for a wind turbine science fair experiment kit? Read the experiment suggestions below.

Science Fair Project Ideas:

  • How much wind energy can you store using the capacitor?
  • Measure the volts and amps using the multimeter.
  • How much power can your turbine produce while outside on a windy day? Enough to light up an LED?
  • Curious about renewable energy? Connect a solar cell in a series or parallel circuit with the wind turbine. How much power is generated?

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4 reviews for DIY Wind Turbine Kit | School Science Project

  1. Shazia L. (verified owner)

    my kids love this project.
    It can not working with slow air we tried with air blower than led glowing brightly .

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Very good

  3. Faraz (verified owner)

    It’s beautiful working fine.

  4. ZARWA (verified owner)

    awesome kit.
    thanks

    • Science Store PK

      Thanks so much for sharing your experience with us. We hope to see you again soon.

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