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Rather than the traditional system of Flying Buttresses, the gothic chapel of Aachen Cathedral
uses a system of wrought ir...
Multibody variable-density
mesh was applied to the model
with symmetric constraints
and gravity loading.
Comparison of a b...
My senior design project was to design electronics packaging for the sensor
array of a 5” diameter, 10’ tall rocket. The p...
The final electronics bay had a vastly different
payload than the prototypes, requiring several
rapid prototyped parts
Two...
This slim line record player was designed on an airplane after wondering whether or not
traditional record players could b...
Renders were completed using
Cinema 4D and show the model
without the spring actuator
connecting the base and head.
After extensive involvement with FIRST Robotics in high school, robots were regularly on my mind.
These chassis designs we...
Faced with the prospect of traveling for contract work, the
idea of moving the heavy dual monitor stand that I
currently u...
Corrugated cardboard had paint poured
through it and was then sliced open through
the corrugations to reveal the paint lef...
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  1. 1. Rather than the traditional system of Flying Buttresses, the gothic chapel of Aachen Cathedral uses a system of wrought iron reinforcing members; one of the first ever built. The practical effects of this reinforcement were studied using a CAD model and SolidWorks simulation. Cathedral dimensions were found using 19th century source material and a visit to the cathedral in Aachen, Germany. Multi-body CAD model was produced in SolidWorks 2012. Due to planar symmetry, only half of the chapel was modeled for analysis.
  2. 2. Multibody variable-density mesh was applied to the model with symmetric constraints and gravity loading. Comparison of a buttress with and without metal reinforcement. Areas in red will be prone to mortar cracking and eventual material failure.
  3. 3. My senior design project was to design electronics packaging for the sensor array of a 5” diameter, 10’ tall rocket. The packaging had to be within a precise weight bracket, easily machineable, and easily replicable. Two prototypes were designed and built before the final design was finished. Each iteration of the rocket had slightly different payloads with very similar requirements, allowing me to refine my general design before building the final payload bay. Shown are the second and third of five total iterations.
  4. 4. The final electronics bay had a vastly different payload than the prototypes, requiring several rapid prototyped parts Two perpendicular cameras recorded the launch and descent of the rocket. The cameras were keychain cameras with a complex shape, requiring more complex packaging.
  5. 5. This slim line record player was designed on an airplane after wondering whether or not traditional record players could be scaled down to a more reasonable size. Further research revealed that Crosley Radio Corporation released a similar product the same month that these drawings were made. The Cosley Revolution was a successful, critically acclaimed product. Initial sketches for a small record player were made on a cross- country flight. CAD was completed in SolidWorks the night following the flight
  6. 6. Renders were completed using Cinema 4D and show the model without the spring actuator connecting the base and head.
  7. 7. After extensive involvement with FIRST Robotics in high school, robots were regularly on my mind. These chassis designs were made during my free time. They were designed to be produced using a lathe and 2.5-axis CNC machine. Hardware is FIRST Robotics standard equipment. All electronics were to be mounted to a sliding platform that could be easily slid in and out to replace parts and wiring. All motor and transmission parts were designed within the drive sections on the side, which were symmetric and identical. This opened the middle of the chassis for variable use.
  8. 8. Faced with the prospect of traveling for contract work, the idea of moving the heavy dual monitor stand that I currently use with my workstation sounded unappealing. I started designing a folding stand to hold both monitors safely during travel. The project is currently still in early design stages, and is included as an example of process work.
  9. 9. Corrugated cardboard had paint poured through it and was then sliced open through the corrugations to reveal the paint left over from the pouring. Made from a photo reference. Pencil on paper. The paint poured through the cardboard in the first piece was channeled onto a variety of pieces like this one.

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