# Difference between revisions of "2012 DERPA Challenge"

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* If it's in the category of planicopters, then it cannot have an fixed wings or static arms linking to its props. | * If it's in the category of planicopters, then it cannot have an fixed wings or static arms linking to its props. | ||

* If it's a dirigible, it must have multiple buoyancy devices, separated by the maximum width of any of the balloons, and the smallest must not be smaller than half the size of the largest | * If it's a dirigible, it must have multiple buoyancy devices, separated by the maximum width of any of the balloons, and the smallest must not be smaller than half the size of the largest | ||

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+ | == Possible Acronyms == | ||

+ | * Dont Expect Really Practical Applications | ||

+ | * Deliberately Engineering Rather Problematic Applications | ||

+ | * Derpy Engineers for Reaching Profound Altitutdes | ||

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## Revision as of 01:49, 23 February 2012

## ARE YOU READY FOR DERP

Rules:

- If it's got wheels, they may not be circular NOR can they be mounted to their axel in a centered fashion
- If it's got legs, the minimum number of leg lengths for N number of legs is (N/2)+3
- If it's in the category of planicopters, then it cannot have an fixed wings or static arms linking to its props.
- If it's a dirigible, it must have multiple buoyancy devices, separated by the maximum width of any of the balloons, and the smallest must not be smaller than half the size of the largest

## Possible Acronyms

- Dont Expect Really Practical Applications
- Deliberately Engineering Rather Problematic Applications
- Derpy Engineers for Reaching Profound Altitutdes