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The Algebra of Construction. The process of modeling is extensively used throughout all construction and engineering…. Playing with this…. Can lead to building this…. Construction #1 Take 5 minutes, construct the best paper airplane you can…. Building this…. Can lead to this.

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The algebra of construction

The Algebra of Construction


The process of modeling is extensively used throughout all construction and engineering

The process of modeling is extensively used throughout all construction and engineering…


The algebra of construction

Playing with this…


The algebra of construction

Can lead to building this…


The algebra of construction

Construction #1

Take 5 minutes, construct the best paper airplane you can…


Building this

Building this…


Can lead to this

Can lead to this

Millau Viaduct


The algebra of construction

ENGINEERING Millau, the highest bridge in the world

The construction of the Millau viaduct in the southeast of France was a colossal engineering effort. The piers rise 803 feet from ground level, and the bridge weighs 400,000 tons. The bridge is supported by seven huge pillars. When the thickness of the platform (14 feet) and the height of the pillars are included, the total height reaches 1102 feet. That is about 50 feet higher than the famous Eiffel Tower.

Construction of this bridge required more than 350,000 tons of concrete and 40,000 tons of steel. Assembled with the precision of a Swiss watch, this giant was designed to resist winds of up to 130 miles per hour and has cost almost 300 million euros (US$523 million).

Built across the mountainous terrain of the Tarn river valley, the 8071-foot long bridge (2.4 km) is part of the A-75 freeway that connects the cities of Clermont-Ferrand and Béziers. It will shorten by more than 60 miles the route connecting Paris with the Mediterranean. Seven European countries participated in construction of the bridge, the design of which was the work of the prestigious British architect, Sir Norman Foster, of Manchester, England.


The algebra of construction

Operating on a model is better because:

1. It is easier

2. It is cheaper

3. It is faster

4. It is safer


The algebra of construction

Always plan ahead…


We are going to borrow an idea from construction blue prints to help us with our algebra

We are going to borrow an idea from construction (blue prints) to help us with our algebra.


2 landscaping

#2 Landscaping!!


The algebra of construction

As a landscape architect, one of the most requested feature is privacy.People want an enclosed space of their own.To create privacy, you will use 2 things


The algebra of construction

You could plant a hedge….

You could build a fence…

The larger the space, the more trees and fences you will need…


The algebra of construction

You can design any kind of yard you like…


The algebra of construction

You can design any kind of yard you like…


You need a way to keep track of everything you need here comes the algebra

You need a way to keep track of everything you need(here comes the algebra….)

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The algebra of construction

Backyard enclosed by all fence

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The algebra of construction

Backyard enclosed by all hedge

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The algebra of construction

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Using both


The algebra of construction

See sheets


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