We had three students finish in first, second and third place.  The students worked in three phases of competition:  They start by doing a partial evaluation, including determining which defects were on each part.  They use measurement devices and a blueprint to examine and locate these defects in workmanship and fabrication.  Second, they were asked to solve a math problem involving calculations with fractions, segments, areas, and volume, etc.  Third, they were asked to read a print and then weld on .125 steel in three different configurations and then the welds were judged for their quality and precision.  Again, we had three students place in first, second and third place.

Woolf Aircraft Tour and Welding Competition