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THEME: Architectural Engineering

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Linda Platt

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of THEME: Architectural Engineering

Requirements/
Constraints
THEME: Architectural Engineering
CREATED BY: Mrs. Blue
TEAM: Blue
Parking garage must be able to hold at least one small book and must have a ramp (4th & 5th grade only) going up to the top level.
PLAN 2
PLAN 3
EXECUTION
RESULTS
EXECUTION
RESULTS
SUCCESS?
Turn in all blueprints at the end of class.
SUCCESS?
SUCCESS?
YES!
YES!
YES!
NO!
NO!
NO!
WHAT NOW?
SUMMARY
RESULTS
SOLVED PROBLEMS
REMAINING PROBLEMS
NEW CHALLENGES
RESULTS
1. Draw your final design on a piece of graph paper, including the dimensions of their structure (total height, width and length) and the materials used.- Architecture

2. Write your names and the date or the name of your "architecture firm" and put it on the graph paper also.- Architecture

3. Your design must be approved by your client (Mrs. Blue).- Architecture

4. Once approved you will receive your Material Budget Worksheet.- Engineer
Long
15 or 30 cm long
Height
Must be greater than
10 cm tall.
Wide
15 or 30 cm wide
Constraints
Parking Garage Budget $50.00/ $20.00 (2nd)
PROBLEM
Parking structure needed.

1. Requirements-something that is required for the construction of a building or structure.

2. Constraint- a limit placed on the construction of a building or structure.

PROJECT REPORT
Architect vs. Engineers
Architects design many types of structures.
Engineers must make sure that the building meet all safety requirements.
GOALS
Your client (Mrs. Blue) is requesting a parking garage.
Materials that you will be using.
Requirements
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