Finite Element Analysis:
For our finite element analysis we tested the elements of the lamp for some real life
situations. Our first situation correlated to a person being pushed or tripping into one of the
lamps and we measured the horizontal displacemen
Lamp Shade
Bryan Wright, Carter Paden, Michael Parker, Javier Orellana
The design and development of our design project was a relatively simple one. The
design of the project came from a working lamp in Holtz 100. Our group assembled and met up
in Holtz 1
1. The most efficient way to get projects done it to assign roles for each group member
then come together and complete the project together.
2. Have a scheduled plan with checkpoint dates to make sure the project is kept on time
and will be finished in t
Bryan Wright
E G 208
February 18, 2009
Mass properties of Rocker Arm ( Part Configuration - Default )
Output coordinate System: - default -Density = 0.2818 pounds per cubic inch
Mass = 0.6843 pounds
Volume = 2.4285 cubic inches
Surface area = 17.4421 inch
Bryan Wright
E G 208
February 18, 2009
Mass properties of Rocker Arm ( Part Configuration - Default )
Output coordinate System: - default -Density = 0.0975 pounds per cubic inch
Mass = 0.2369 pounds
Volume = 2.4285 cubic inches
Surface area = 17.4421 inch
Bryan Wright
E G 208
February 18, 2009
Mass properties of Rocker Arm2 ( Part Configuration - Default )
Output coordinate System: - default -Density = 0.2818 pounds per cubic inch
Mass = 0.6744 pounds
Volume = 2.3932 cubic inches
Surface area = 17.5742 inc
Bryan Wright
E G 208
February 18, 2009
Mass properties of Rocker Arm2 ( Part Configuration - Default )
Output coordinate System: - default -Density = 0.0975 pounds per cubic inch
Mass = 0.2334 pounds
Volume = 2.3932 cubic inches
Surface area = 17.5742 inc