# Physics EE topic too simple

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My teacher didn't gave me a solid comment but just said it was good for a whole time until now and he changed his mind and he is like lt is too simple. So is there any way or ideas I can make it a little complicated which eventually give me more things to write?

My EE research question: To what extent does changing the surface temperature of an object affect static friction?

I have already did a primary data-collection. (the experiment. So preferably changes that I can use the data I collected will be good.)

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On 8/27/2021 at 9:08 PM, JMLee said:

My teacher didn't gave me a solid comment but just said it was good for a whole time until now and he changed his mind and he is like lt is too simple. So is there any way or ideas I can make it a little complicated which eventually give me more things to write?

My EE research question: To what extent does changing the surface temperature of an object affect static friction?

I have already did a primary data-collection. (the experiment. So preferably changes that I can use the data I collected will be good.)

Oh no. My English EE supervisor did the same, and it was soo frustrating. Also, I like your topic; it's interesting. I don't know much about Physics EEs though, because I don't even have the Physics subject.

Maybe you can see what other people have done on the same topic with a Google Scholar search like this one: https://scholar.google.co.in/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C5&q=surface+temperature+and+static+friction&btnG=

Another option would be to use your data as a larger part of something else. Start thinking by what the implications for your data are. Like, maybe the temperature of an airplane's surface can be used to minimize the amount of fuel on take-off. And then add to that to make an RQ: "How can static friction on aircrafts [or any vehicle] be reduced for fuel efficiency?" where surface temperature is one factor. You can use secondary data for how different metals/ grades of aluminum have different tendencies in terms of static friction, and that can be another factor.
If airplanes bore you down a bit, look at other areas.

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