Electrical Power
Science Fair Projects
Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level


Home Experiments Electronics Warning!
Primary School - Grades K-3
P=Project   E=Experiment
How crank powered appliances work by testing how the number of cranks is related to the amount of power produced. [E]
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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Determine which surface of hydro power line would be best to prevent ice build up? [P] [P]
Methods of storing electrical energy [P] [P]
How does electricity come to my house? [E] [E] [P]
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Thermoelectricity
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Wi-Tricity: Wireless Electricity Using Resonant Inductive Coupling [E]
Is It Possible to Generate Electricity from Waste Water? [E]
Using the Thermal Mass of a Building to Lighten the Load of an Air Conditioner [E] [E]
The different uses of electricity in your home and to find ways to save power and energy. [E]
How much voltage can be generated between two junctions made of different conductive materials held at different temperatures? [E]
Which mineral type displays the greatest piezoelectric effect? [E]
Generating Electricity with Everyday Human Motion [E]
How to Eliminate the Energy Crisis in California [E] [E]
An Analysis of Bismuth-Telluride Based Peltier Devices [E]
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Thermoelectricity
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Power Line Voltage Regulator [P] [P]
What Electric Bills Can Tell You About Energy Use [E]
Determine whether electrical energy can be generated at a reasonable efficiency by combining non-imaging optics with the Seebeck effect, to directly transform the sun's radiant heat into electricity. [E]
The Piezoelectric Floor: Electrical Energy When We Walk [E]
Estimate consequences from household electricity use using data from a survey of electric bills combined with information about electricity production. [E]
How many volts are produced by sparking barbecue fire starters and the distance the spark can travel. [E]
What are electromagnetic bombs (E-bombs)? [E]
Explore the technology behind different power sources [E] [P]
Measure and demonstrate the speed of electricity [E]
Build an isolation transformer [E] [E]
Investigation into the transformer - number of coils, input voltage, load resistance [E] [E]
Superconductor Pendulum: An Energy Paradox [E]
New method of household energy conservation [P]
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Thermoelectricity
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R=Resource
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Electrical Safety [R] [R]
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