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Transcript of Truss Bridge
LIGHTEST BRIDGE Task: Description Of Project Objective: To build a bridge with only using popsicle sticks and glue. Bridge should be strong enough to sustain the weight of a 150 lb person standing on it. A Popsicle Bridge OMAR S. Group Members
and Their Roles. COMMUNICATOR Omar S. FABRICATION
MANAGER Arthi U. Q/A MANAGER Kevin W. FABRICATOR Hasaan Z. FABRICATION
MANAGER Phillip T. It is a truss bridge. They use triangular trusses to even out the weight load and support the bridge. What Kind of a bridge is it? What are the pressures involved? The pressures that are involved are COMPRESSION AND TENSION, as the weight is distributed from the top, the sides get compressed and the bottom gets tense. Types Of Trusses A Very Large Truss Bridge How I Created My Bridge 1. Popsicle sticks
2. Carpenter's Glue
3. Blueprint of Diagonal.
4. Sand Paper
6. Block outline of Diagonal.
7. Binder Clips Materials and Tools: FABRICATION
OF THE BRIDGE Staying focused and multi-tasking during this project is important, the work needs to be organized and completed in a short time. Organization and Time Management is key. 1. Plan for the future.
2. Sort our the work.
3. Make sure all group members know what needs to be done. Prior to Starting: A Short Video From Our Group By Omar Syed THANK YOU
FOR YOUR TIME! An eco friendly alternative to getting new tie-members - REUSING BROKEN ONES!