1st deliverable design

# 1st deliverable design - I did this by 3 * the number of...

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. TO: Dr. Thomasson FROM: Afnan Adam RE:  1 st  deliverable design of bridge DATE: September 11, 2007 SUMMARY  This memorandum has the following attached: 1 st  deliverable design of bridge. I will  design, build, and test a scale model of the bridge using the components of your SuperMag Kit. PROBLEM DESCRIPTION The problem I am solving is due to pedestrian safety.   We will be building a pedestrian crossover bridge connecting the second story of WERC to the garage. METHODS Well to design the bridge, I found out how many lines and how many joints are required for a stable truss.

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Unformatted text preview: I did this by 3 * the number of joints – number of links – 6 = 0 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The truss is designed with triangles on both sides of the bridge. It is a symmetrical bridge. Refer to Figure 1 as that is the design of the bridge. CONCLUSIONS The bridge will be strong because it is stable and many triangles are used. REFERENCES No references were used FIGURES Figure 1 TABLES No tables were used APPENDIX A, B none...
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## This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course ENGL 104 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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