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Design Portfolio

Welcome to my CAD/CAM Design Portfolio. You will find selected works from various CAD programs in this presentation.

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Design Portfolio

  1. 1. DESIGN PORTFOLIO J. ReeceAttwood Engineering Intern Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering University of Central Florida
  2. 2. Introduction Welcome to my CAD/CAM design portfolio. I am a recent graduate from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, finishing with a 3.75 GPA obtaining University and Cum Laude honors. I have a passion for mechanical design, stemming from my internship work at Lockheed Martin and culminating in my senior design project. While a student at UCF, I was introduced to a variety of CAD software packages both in the classroom and by my own exploration.This design portfolio provides some examples of my work that I completed as coursework and projects that I have designed on my own time. The software packages included in this portfolio include: • SolidWorks 2014 • Creo Parametric 2.0 • Siemens NX 8.5 • Autodesk Revit 2016 • ANSYS CFX 16.2
  3. 3. Orlando Eye – SolidWorks 2014 Photograph Rendered Images This FerrisWheel is designed to replicated the Orlando Eye on International Drive in Orlando, Florida. I used pictures from the Internet to match the design and approximate the dimensions.The Orlando Eye design was an independent project.
  4. 4. Orlando Eye – SolidWorks 2014 Orlando Eye Drawing Carriage Drawing
  5. 5. GoPro Arm – SolidWorks 2014 Photograph Rendered Images ExplodedView The GoPro Arm was a component for a class group project. I was responsible for the base and tripod of the arm, as shown in the images.
  6. 6. Bicycle – Creo Parametric 2.0 Rendered Images I have extensive experience in Creo Parametric 2.0 from my mechanical design internship at Lockheed Martin; though, all of my work is proprietary. I created this bicycle on my own time to showcase the Creo Parametric 2.0 skills that I learned.
  7. 7. Bicycle – Creo Parametric 2.0 Bicycle Drawing
  8. 8. Aviation Snips – Siemens NX 8.5 Photograph Rendered Image Deformation Plot Stress Plot The design and analysis of a pair of Milwaukee Straight Cutting Snips was an element of a classroom final project.The snips were modeled within NX 8.5 and a basic FEM was performed.The analysis included opposing forces on the end of the handles and a material between the tips of the blades. Maximum deformation and stress concentrations were observed and plotted.
  9. 9. Aviation Snips – Siemens NX 8.5 Handle Drawing
  10. 10. Modern Home – Autodesk Revit 2016 Rendered Images I modeled this modern home on my own time to improve my Revit 2016 skills.The home features a custom site plan with a foundation and two levels.The interior of the home features some basic components to establish the purpose of each room.The variety of components was limited by the restrictions on this student version of Revit 2016.
  11. 11. Modern Home – Autodesk Revit 2016 Lower Level Upper Level
  12. 12. Modern Home – Autodesk Revit 2016 Lower Level Floor Plan Upper Level Floor Plan ElevationView
  13. 13. Burner Stack – ANSYS CFX 16.2 Geometry Model Velocity Streamline This burner stack design was a component of our Senior Design project.The goal of our project was to create a laboratory used to test for tuberculosis in resource-limited countries.The critical design requirements include the ability to ventilate a room at the flowrate requirements established by theWorld Health Organization without the use of any electricity. This modeled burner stack was one of the potential designs. It operates under the “stack effect” whereby hot air rises, essentially creating ventilation. ANSYS CFX was used to characterize the flow of air from the cone into the main vertical stack; it was a basic analysis to determine if the air entering from the cone would induce the air in the main stack to flow at a higher velocity. I self-taught the ANSYS CFX software to include this analysis in our design reviews.
  14. 14. Thank you for viewing my design portfolio. I would be happy to answer any questions about my work or design competence by email or phone. J. ReeceAttwood 239.770.7699 reeceattwood@gmail.com

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