Ferris Wheel Mind Map

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1. Environment

1.1. Weather

1.1.1. Sun

1.1.2. Cloud

1.1.3. Wind

1.1.4. Rain

1.1.5. Snow

1.1.6. Hail

1.2. Location

1.2.1. UofA ENGG Quad

1.2.2. Edmonton, Alberta

1.2.3. Outdoors

1.3. Season

1.3.1. Spring

1.3.2. Summer

1.3.3. Fall

1.3.4. Winter

2. Standards

2.1. ASTM 2783-14

2.1.1. Amusement Rides

2.2. AGMA

2.2.1. Gear Considerations

3. Mechanical Components

3.1. Shafts

3.1.1. Input

3.1.2. MIdway

3.1.3. Idle

3.1.4. Tire

3.1.5. Wheel (Output)

3.1.6. Cabin

3.2. Gears

3.2.1. Spur

3.2.2. Two-Speed System

3.3. Bearings

3.4. Chain and Sprockets

3.4.1. Input Sprocket

3.4.2. Output Sprocket

3.4.3. Connecting Chain

3.5. Tires

3.5.1. Drive Tire

3.5.2. Idle Tire

3.6. Drive Rim

3.6.1. Large Aluminium Rim

3.6.2. Connected to Ferris Wheel

4. Design

4.1. Wheel

4.1.1. Stationary Central UofA Engineering Logo

4.1.2. Large 14-Tooth Rotating Spur Gear

4.1.3. 8 m or 9 m in Diameter

4.1.4. 14 Spokes

4.1.5. 2" Diameter Hollow Steel Tubes with 0.25" Thickness

4.2. Cabins

4.2.1. Seven or Fourteen Cabins

4.2.2. Two Passengers

4.2.3. Aluminium Seat Design

4.3. Base Support

4.3.1. Rigid Steel Truss Structure

4.4. Colour Scheme

4.4.1. Brass/Gold

4.4.2. Dark Navy Blue

5. Material

5.1. Steel

5.1.1. Wheel

5.1.2. Base Support

5.1.3. Gears

5.1.4. Bearings

5.1.5. Shafts

5.1.6. Chain and Sprockets

5.2. Aluminium

5.2.1. Drive Rim

5.2.2. Seats

5.2.3. Tires

5.3. Polyurethane

5.3.1. Tires

6. Miscellaneous

6.1. Safety

6.2. Lifetime

6.2.1. 5, 10, 20 years?

6.3. Reliability

6.3.1. What Should Fail First?

6.3.1.1. Tires

6.3.2. What Cannot Fail?

6.3.2.1. Shafts

6.3.2.2. Ferris Wheel Truss