14.00am to 16.30pm, Monday 20 August
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From loudspeakers to automotive exhausts, acoustic devices are all around us, yet they all have different design outcomes.
In this workshop, students will explore concepts that underpin modern acoustic theories, before constructing a working speaker from household materials.
Jon Constable qualified as an engineer in automotive engineering from Kingston University in 2003 and has worked in the audio, pump and compressor fields since graduating.
Jon currently holds the post of Operations Manager but still has a hand in the design and development of products. He enjoys engineering and is passionate about the profession with particular interests in British manufacturing.
In his spare time, Jon enjoys designing and manufacturing part modifications for his classic cars as well as mountain biking.
This workshop is strictly for 10–12 year-olds. There will be a short break during the workshop and a drink and a small snack will be provided. Students should bring their own snack if they have any allergies
This workshop is based on an Ri Engineering Masterclass. Students who have attended a Masterclass series which included a session on a similar topic may have already seen some of the content in this workshop. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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