Scores B/C

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby nxtscholar » April 12th, 2015, 8:37 am

We max out every time, bridge never breaking. It's just been an issue of making the bridge lighter.

Oh, unless you meant the weight of our bridge, which is around 5 grams.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby hi im andrew » April 13th, 2015, 5:14 am

I got first place in VA state tourney with a 2330 division C score.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby vaBridger » April 13th, 2015, 6:44 am

Virginia State Div B, 1st place

Bridge Weight: 4.53g
Load Held: 15kg

Score: 3311

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby PatrickMcPherson » April 13th, 2015, 6:56 am

hi im andrew wrote:I got first place in VA state tourney with a 2330 division C score.

Do you know what the 2nd place score was? I'm in NC and I haven't heard of any scores higher than my 2,200's (in my state.) The next highest I know of is about 1,900.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby bernard » April 13th, 2015, 7:45 am

PatrickMcPherson wrote:
hi im andrew wrote:I got first place in VA state tourney with a 2330 division C score.

Do you know what the 2nd place score was? I'm in NC and I haven't heard of any scores higher than my 2,200's (in my state.) The next highest I know of is about 1,900.

From what I've heard, the top 4 were over 2000.
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Re: Scores B/C

Postby hi im andrew » April 13th, 2015, 2:14 pm

I actually don't know the following scores, but I do know that purely from design and joints none of the others could be over 2000.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby noobforce » April 13th, 2015, 7:19 pm

nxtscholar wrote:We max out every time, bridge never breaking. It's just been an issue of making the bridge lighter.

Oh, unless you meant the weight of our bridge, which is around 5 grams.

liar ur bridge broke at states at like 11kg

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby nxtscholar » April 14th, 2015, 2:57 am

(If at any point I seem harsh, sorry. AP week is coming up in a few weeks)

Do read what I said before you accuse me of being a liar.

I'm referring to our practice bridges. Now, if you want to talk about official scores, sure, we got 2200 (not full load, which btw, still killed your bridge scores). How'd we get 500 points lower? We used the exact same bridge that got 2750. So...our mistake.

Besides, what should I care? I'm a grad at this point with no incentive to lie. For god's sake, this past weekend at the Odyssey of the Mind States Tournament, my school set a NJ record and the second ever highest weight held in OM history at 1435 lbs for towers (and currently, all three of our teams have the highest weight held in the nation). I don't need to "lie" for others to see how awesome we are at structures.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby JonB » April 14th, 2015, 4:34 am

noobforce wrote:
nxtscholar wrote:We max out every time, bridge never breaking. It's just been an issue of making the bridge lighter.

Oh, unless you meant the weight of our bridge, which is around 5 grams.

liar ur bridge broke at states at like 11kg



This discussion is not productive. This is not place to bring accusations, they only bring about problems.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby hi im andrew » April 17th, 2015, 1:35 am

Would a 3300 efficiency bridge medal at Nats?

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby nxtscholar » April 17th, 2015, 2:36 am

Depends. What division are you? For Division C, it appears so. For Division B, you might need a little bit higher based on scores other people posted.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby hi im andrew » April 17th, 2015, 9:12 am

For division C, I'm worried that on the way to nats its going to warp horribly

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby JonB » April 17th, 2015, 9:31 am

hi im andrew wrote:For division C, I'm worried that on the way to nats its going to warp horribly


Are you getting efficiencies of ~3300 for division C?? If so, well done.

It should not "warp horribly". Build a day or two before departure, pack it up safely, maybe add some silica for excess moisture absorption, and then the rest is up to your actual design.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby hi im andrew » April 17th, 2015, 11:14 am

I'm getting higher, but the crux of my design needs everything to be perfectly angled and pre-stressed, and i don't know if there will be any serious humidity change between my state and Nebraska, and thank you for your kind words.

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Re: Scores B/C

Postby JonB » April 17th, 2015, 1:10 pm

hi im andrew wrote:I'm getting higher, but the crux of my design needs everything to be perfectly angled and pre-stressed, and i don't know if there will be any serious humidity change between my state and Nebraska, and thank you for your kind words.



What state are you in?


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