Type
Crossword
Description

This type of bridge is known for its use of multiple triangles Truss
This bridge is good for very short distances Beam
This bridge runs over a curve (or many) between pylons Arch
This type of bridge has cables between towers with cables anchored at each end Suspension
This bridge has cables that run from the roadway up to a tower that holds all the weight Cablestay
A type of engineer who designs and maintains roads, bridges, dams, and similar structures Civil
The last name of Rube G******* Goldberg
Dominos are an example of a ***** reaction chain
How may cans did our bridges need to hold up? three
The name of the chart used to manage project timelines GANTT
The name of the game building machine we used in class Launchball
A framework, typically consisting of rafters, posts, and struts, supporting a roof, bridge, or other structure. Truss
We built bridges during the ********* challenge Cardboard

Bridge Engineering Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A _________________ bridge uses shapes such as triangles and trapezoids to give it strength. Truss
A ___________________ bridge has a curved bottom and is usually supported at the ends. Covers small distances usually over a small stream or uneven surface. Arch
A _______________ bridge is meant to cover great distances. Usually very expensive to make but are very appealing. (Example: golden gate bridge) Suspension
A _____________ bridge uses cables to distribute the tension load to usually a central or pair of vertical beams. Cablestayed
A _________________ bridge is a bridge built using structures that project horizontally into space, supported on only one end. cantilever
__________________ bridges, also known as stringer bridges, are the simplest structural forms for bridge spans supported by an abutment or pier at each end. Beam
A force caused by the state of being stretched. Tension
Force caused by the act of being squeezed together. compression
The weight of the bridge that must be supported by the structure of the bridge. Dead Load
The steps that engineers use to design something to solve a problem Engineering Design Process
The outermost end supports on a bridge, which carry the load from the deck Abutments
The distance a bridge extends between two supports. Span
The vertical structure in a suspension bridge or cable staryed bridge from which cables are hung Tower
A strain produced when material is twisted Torsion
A structure built over an obstacle, such as a river or a road. Bridge
Supported roadway on a bridge. Deck
A structural support; to strengthen and stiffen a structure to resist loads. Brace
An engineer who plans, designs, and supervises the construction of facilities essential to modern life. (examples: bridges, buildings, roads, etc..) Civil Engineer
A mixture of water, sand, small stones, and a gray powder called cement. Concrete

Building Bridges Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ARCH
BEAM
BRIDGE
BUILD
CABLE STAYED
CANTILEVER
CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEERING
HARD HAT
HIGH VISABILITY
PILLAR
RIVER MERSEY
STEEL CABLE
SUSPENSION
TENSION
TRUSS

Bridge Sub Assignment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Tacoma Narrows
Lions Gate
Brooklyn Bridge
Xihoumen Bridge
Bear Mountain Bridge
Mackinac Bridge
Great Seto
Runyang Bridge
Verrazano-Narrows
Humber Bridge
Great Belt
Clifton
Akashi-Kaikyō
Golden Gate
Suspension Bridge
Tower Bridge
Drawbridge
Quebec Bridge
Cantilever Bridge
Cable-stayed Bridge
Mycenaean Arkadiko
Arch bridge
Port Mann Bridge
Slab stone bridge
Howe Truss
TRUSS
SUSPENSION TENSION
STEEL CABLE
MERSEY
PILLAR RIVER
HIGH VISIBILITY
HARD HAT
ENGINEERING
CONSTRUCTION
CANTILEVER
CABLE STAYED
BUILD
BRIDGE
BEAM
ARCH

Building Better Bridges Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

abutment
arch bridge
beam bridge
buckle
cable stayed brige
cantilever
compression
deck
diagonal
floor beam
force
foundation
joint
load
pier
span
stable
support
tension
truss bridge

Bridges Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what is a pulling or stretching force tension
the length of a bridge between two piers span
the "column" of a bridge pier
a person who applies her/his understanding of science and mathematics to creating things for the benefit of others engineer
the "top" of the bridge on which we drive or walk deck
a pushing force that tends to shorten objects compression
a long, rigid, vertical (upright) support member of a structure column
a bridge that consists of beams supported by columns (piers, towers) beam bridge
a long, rigid, horizontal support member of a structure beam
a bridge that forms the shape of an arch arch bridge
a mass receiving the arch, beam, truss, at each end of a bridge. abutment
A bridge in which the deck is hung from cables suspension bridge

Engineering Structures Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adhesive
alloy
aluminium
arch
beam
brazing
bridge
brittleness
cablestayed
CAD
cantilever
compression
construction
copper
ductile
dynamic load
engineering
ferrous
Forces
fusible
gold
industry
iron
magnesium
malleable
materials
metal
metal ore
mined
mixture
nail
non ferrous
permanent joint
properties
pure metal
riveting
safety
sections and beams
soldering
static
steel
struts
suspension
tempering
temporary joint
tensile strength
toughness
truss
welding
zinc

structures vocabulary word search

Type
Word Search
Description

absorbing force
archbridge
bending
brace
buttress
compression
container ships
durablity
External force
flexibility
force
gravity
Internal force
load
natural structures
pier
pull
push
rafters
rigidity
roofing shingles
spreading out force
stability
strength
structural tie
structure
struts
tension
torsion
truss bridge

Civil Engineering Study Guide 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An action that twists a material Torsion
The weight of items on a structure live load
A force that stretches material apart Tension
A force that squeezes a material Compression
The strongest and most rigid shape Triangle
The weight of the structure itself dead load
A force that is a mixture of tension and compression Bending
A force that makes materials slide past one another Shearing
To strengthen a rectangle, what is used? diagonal brace
To strengthen an arch bridge, what is used? abutments
Which type of bridge can span the longest distances? suspension
Which bridge is the most susceptible to the bending force? Beam
Cable bridges are made mostly of what material? steel
Which bridge uses a triangular design to improve strength? truss
An arch bridge's shape is held together with a ________________ keystone

POE - 2.1: Key Term Word Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Magnitude The absolute value of a number.
Member Slender straight pieces of a truss connected by joints.
Method of Joints A method of analysis of trusses which constructs free body diagrams of each joint and determines the forces acting in that joint by considering equilibrium of the joint pin.
Moment The turning effect of a force about a point equal to the magnitude of the force times the perpendicular distance from the point to the line of action from the force.
Moment of Inertia A mathematical property of a cross section that is concerned with a surface area and how that area is distributed about a centroidal axis.
Newton’s First Law Every body or particle continues at a state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless it is compelled to change that state by forces acting upon it.
Newton’s Second Law The change of motion of the body is proportional to the net force imposed on the body and is in the direction of the net force.
Newton’s Third Law If one body exerts a force on a second body, then the second body exerts a force on the first body which is equal in magnitude, opposite in direction, and collinear.
Pinned Support A support that prevents translation in any direction.
Planar Truss A truss that lies in a single plane often used to support roofs and bridges.
Resultant Force The resultant of a system of force is the vector sum of all forces.
Roller Support
A support that only prevents a beam from translating in one direction.
A physical quantity that has magnitude only.
The sense of a vector is the direction of the vector relative to its path and indicated by the location of the arrow.
Simple Truss
A truss composed of triangles, which will retain its shape even when removed from supports.
Static Equilibrium
A condition where there are no net external forces acting upon a particle or rigid body and the body remains at rest or continues at a constant velocity.
Statically Indeterminate
A structure or body which is over-constrained such that there are more unknown supports than there are equations of static equilibrium.
Something made up of interdependent parts in a definite pattern of organization, such as trusses, frames, or machines.
Tension Force
A body subjected to a pull.
Vector Quantity
A quantity that has both a magnitude and direction.
Cable A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great tensile strength and to be used in structures.
Centroid The geometric center of an area.
Compression Force A body subjected to a push.
Concurrent Force Systems A force system where all of the forces are applied at a common point on the body or having their lines of action with a common intersection point.
Cross-Sectional Area A surface or shape exposed by making a straight cut through something at right angles to the axis.
Direction The direction of a vector is defined by the angle between a reference axis and the arrow’s line of direction.
Fixed Support A support that prevents translation and rotation in a beam.
Flange A broad ridge or pair of ridges projecting at a right angle from the edge of a structural shape in order to strengthen or stiffen it.
Free Body Diagram A diagram used to isolate a body from its environment, showing all external forces acting upon it.
Gusset A plate or bracket for strengthening an angle in framework.
Joint The connection points of members of a truss.
Magnitude The absolute value of a number.
Member Slender straight pieces of a truss connected by joints.
Method of Joints A method of analysis of trusses which constructs free body diagrams of each joint and determines the forces acting in that joint by considering equilibrium of the joint pin.
Moment The turning effect of a force about a point equal to the magnitude of the force times the perpendicular distance from the point to the line of action from the force.
Moment of Inertia A mathematical property of a cross section that is concerned with a surface area and how that area is distributed about a centroidal axis.
Newton’s First Law Every body or particle continues at a state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless it is compelled to change that state by forces acting upon it.
Newton’s Second Law The change of motion of the body is proportional to the net force imposed on the body and is in the direction of the net force.
Newton’s Third Law If one body exerts a force on a second body, then the second body exerts a force on the first body which is equal in magnitude, opposite in direction, and collinear.
Pinned Support A support that prevents translation in any direction.
Planar Truss A truss that lies in a single plane often used to support roofs and bridges.
Resultant Force The resultant of a system of force is the vector sum of all forces.
Roller Support A support that only prevents a beam from translating in one direction.
Scalar A physical quantity that has magnitude only.
Sense The sense of a vector is the direction of the vector relative to its path and indicated by the location of the arrow.
Simple Truss A truss composed of triangles, which will retain its shape even when removed from supports.
Static Equilibrium A condition where there are no net external forces acting upon a particle or rigid body and the body remains at rest or continues at a constant velocity.
Statically Indeterminate A structure or body which is over-constrained such that there are more unknown supports than there are equations of static equilibrium.
Structure Something made up of interdependent parts in a definite pattern of organization, such as trusses, frames, or machines.
Tension Force A body subjected to a pull.
Vector Quantity A quantity that has both a magnitude and direction.
CABLE A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great tensile strength and to be used in structures

Adobe Premiere Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

You preview and trim your clips during the rough cut process. Source Monitor
You import and organize all your media, titles and sequences. Project Panel
You control or adjust your effects. It is often nested under the Source monitor. Effects Control Panel
Watch your video on the timeline/sequence as you “scrub” the timeline or play it from start to finish. Program Monitor
Used to visually monitor the level of audio in your project. Audio Meters
This is where you will build your video sequences. Sequence Panel
This is where you access the tools. Tools Panel
You will find your effects and transitions here. It is often nested under the Project Panel. Effects Panel
Button will allow you to export a still image from anywhere on your timeline  Export Frame
This button will play the video (I usually use the spacebar instead)  Play
Used to select, move clips and trim In/Out  points of clips on the timeline.   Selection
​ This tool is used to split a clip.   Razor
Used to zoom in and out (hold alt) on the timeline.   Zoom
Used to create keyframes on the audio rubber band  Pen Tool
Used to change In or Out point of a clip on timeline & then automatically rippling all the other clips on the timeline with one step.   Ripple Edit
​This tool is used to slide your view of the timeline.   Hand
Used to change the cut point between two clips. It allows you to adjust  In/Out points of two adjacent clips in one step.   Rolling Edit
Used to change the speed (slow down or speed  up) of a clip.  Rate Stretch
Button hides & shows each video track like layers in PS.  Toggle Track Output
What is the file extension name for raw Premiere projects? .prproj