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Portfolio 2017

By Alireza Saeedi


My name is Alireza Saeedi and I am currently finishing my bachelors degree of Industrial Design in Carleton University, Canada. I would like to start this introduction with my take and approach to design methods and philosophy. I am interested in combining two different disciplines of Industrial Design and Transportation Design together. Industrial design to me is about re-inventing and improving customer experience, considering the whole user experience starting from the purchase and through the life time of a product. In Industrial Design analyzing the functionality of a product usually defines its form, which will create a purposeful and sophisticated design. Industrial design creates depth, such as creative problem solving, analyzing user interaction, usability, feasibility, designing more sustainable systems and improving user experience. On the other hand, Transportation design revitalizes creativity by producing more breadth, branching out initial ideas and help develop pages of different sketches, styles and concepts resulting in a visual and visceral experience. These methods will enable me to design products that provide desired values to their customers which will strengthen users’ bond and impression. I hope you enjoy viewing my portfolio and thank you for your time and consideration


Bachelor Thesis

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PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION Research

The project takes on the problems of numerous potholes in the metropolitan cities many of which are expensive and time consuming to fix. The project proposal is for a compact and manoeuvrable construction machine that combines the functionality of all the tools necessary to fix our roads. The planning, constructing, and maintaining road networks with respect to making efficient use of non-renewable resources to optimize road development can contribute to the economical and environmental sustainability of urban communities.


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Road Conditions 27% of major urban roads are considered substandard and cause shaky and dangerous rides for motorcyclists while about 31% of roads are considered to be in good condition.

Maintenance Cost The maintenance required to keep the conditions of roads, highways and bridges acceptable is very costly. It is estimated, for the United States government to just maintain these infrastructures, it costs roughly about $185 billion per year for the next for the next 50 years.

Construction Waste Based on observational research, it is estimated that about 10 to 15 percent of the raw materials that go into construction project will become waste. The building industry is one of the largest material consumers, taking about 24% of global material extractions.

Hazards Our current construction activities contribute to environmental hazards such as damage to landscape and health, disruption of ecosystems, contamination of soil, water and air.


PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION Research

Bitumen (Health Hazards) About half-million workers are exposed to fumes from asphalt (Bitumen), a petroleum-based product used in road paving, roofing, siding, and concrete work. Long term exposure to asphalt fumes can cause headache, skin rash, sensitization, fatigue, reduced appetite, throat and eye irritation, cough, skin and lunge cancer.

Diesel Fumes (Health Hazards) Long term exposure can increase the risk of cardiovascular, cardiopulmonary, respiratory disease and lung cancer.

Silica (Health Hazards) The dust created by cutting, grinding, drilling construction materials such as concrete and asphalt can contain crystalline silica particles. The exposure to silica dust causes respiratory disease and lung cancer. A very small amount of airborne silica dust can create a health hazard.

Health Hazards, Accidents, Noise Exposure, Physical stress Runovers and backovers happen as a result of high noise, blind spots and lack of attention occurs at construction sites. Sprains and strains happen to workers due to extreme physical demands of construction works.

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Labour intensive job for maintenance

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Exposure to bitumen fumes / Heavy physical work

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Design Opportunity With construction industry being one of the largest material consumers (taking about 24% of global material extractions), cutting down on waste and demand on nonrenewable resources using sustainable methods can help reduce the overall cost and environmental hazards. In order to reduce health hazards, the level of asphalt (bitumen) fumes can be reduced by recycling the existing asphalt on the spot which lowers he demand for new fresh asphalt and diminishes the need to cut away old asphalt that releases cancerous silica dust. To reduce the traffic congestion and risk of run overs and back overs, the speed and productivity of construction work has to increase. Minimizing the number of tools and workers required will reduce the area of construction zone resulting in less traffic, blind spots and chances of causing accidents.

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DESIGN OPPORTUNITY Technical Innovation

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New Asphalt

Compactor Unit

Spray Injection Pothole Patcher

There are two types of mid-size hand operated compactors: walk behind compactor rollers and reversible compactor plates. Walk behind compactor rollers use a drum to roll over and create compaction while reversible compactor plates use just an iron plate and two heavy duty counterweight motors attached to the plate which in turn create vibration and compaction force. As a result, they can output the same performance for a smaller size as they save space using just a plate instead of a drum roller.

Spray injection systems spray separate coats of liquid binder and granular asphalt evenly which fills up the cracks and potholes quickly. However, the finished repairs look messy, uneven and they deteriorate quickly because hot asphalt is sprayed on cooler pavement surface creating a weak bond. Also, there is no compaction done for this method, leaving the asphalt loose.

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Old Asphalt

Asphalt Surface Level Sensor, Rake

Infrared Heater

Asphalt surface level sensor consists of pins that lightly scrape on the pavement and measuring the bumps and imperfections in order to spray and fill up the surface evenly in case that the depth of potholes and damages vary. Hydraulic actuated rakes break up the hot asphalt into granular state.

Infrared heaters can recycle more than 70% of the existing material which decreases the cost for new asphalt. The heat Transforms the asphalt into plastic state. This method eliminates the need for extra unnecessary equipment, such as asphalt circular saw cutters or jackhammers, loading, trucking and disposal thus reducing the manpower per repair. Moreover, the infrared applications make road constrcution & repair possible in winter by heating up the asphalt up to 200 degrees Celsius.

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IDEATION SKETCHES Volumetric Studies

User-centered design Compact Manuverable Assistive Intuitive


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USER TESTING Mock-up Modelling

Handle Ergonomics / Interface Each handle provides different touch points and ergonomics and faces toward the user with different angle. The handle dock is made to offer interchangeability, and the arms adjust to optimized angle for each test model. Knobs, dials and buttons were 3D printed and tested on wooden and paper models in order to justify which design will provide the most comfort and control.


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Manoeuvrability

Volumetric test models

Due to the large size of construction equipment, manoeuvrability helps with moving around tight bends and corners. The test model articulates from the centre point to simulate how something of this size would move around and define the footprint.

Volumetric cardboard and wooden models were made to test out frontal visibility and agility. The test rig was made to articulate from its centre point for better manoeuvrability and it had wheels on the bottom to move around. The card board boxes were then placed on top of the wooden chassis, and their shape was modified to provide the best possible frontal visibility.


USER INTERFACE Wireframing / Mind Mapping

A wireframe (mind map) is created in order to determine what is required to be on the control module. The workflow is separated into 3 groups of pre-construction work (drop off from truck), construction work and post construction work (loading back onto the truck). This method of mind mapping makes it easy to group each activity and find out the most frequent actions that need to take place by the construction worker. Once the functionalities are highlighted, based on their priority and frequent use, they are laid out roughly on the control module. This is to get a hint of the interface design and explore further into the ideation process.


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USER TESTING Rapid Prototyping


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ERGONOMICS Design Considerations

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The volumetric shape of the product evolved to an asymmetrical form to provide a low front profile while having enough room on one side to store compartments such as propane tanks, fuel and water tank, granular asphalt and liquid binder tank, and the radiator. The Fuel tank and front profiles are sloping downward to provide better angle for visibility. The operator is positioned on the right hand side to have commanding view to the front without the need to lean over. The overall height and length of the machine makes it easy for the user to keep their head in neutral position (0°-15°) while having most of the frontal view in “accurate view” (10°-15°) and “easy eye rotation” angle. 45° HEAD ROTATIONS 0°

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15° EASY EYE ROTATION OPT RANGE FOR DISPLAYS LIGHT SOURCES IN THESE AREAS CAN REFLECT IN GLASSES

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35° MAX EYE ROTATION 45° WITH HEAD DOWN TILT FWD 45°-60° PRIMARY VIEWING FOR KEYBOARDS READING OR WRITING 70°-80° LOWER VISUAL LIMIT

38 cm - 40 cm 50th and 99th Percentile avg. Hip Breadth (Male) Handle Diameter The average hip breadth was obtained using NASA’s anthropometric data charts. The most comfortable testing prototypes were close to users’ hip breadth as they provided a resting position for arms.

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Liquid binder & granular asphalt container

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Engine Block Articulating Hub Hydraulic unit

Asphalt injection sprayer Electrical wheels

Compactor unit

10 Gal. Propane tank

10 Gal. Propane tank

Infrared heater

Liquid binder & granular asphalt container

62° VISUAL LIMIT OF RIGHT EYE

ASY 45°

Infrared heater

35° MAX EYE ROTATION

60° MAX HEAD ROTATION MINIMIZE HEAD ROTATIONS IF POSSIBLE

ACCU. VIEWING EASY EYE ROTATION

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Fuel & water tank Handle pole

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ASY 45° 60° MAX HEAD ROTATION

MIN. VISUAL ANGLE 35° MAX EYE ROTATION 62° VISUAL LIMIT OF LEFT EYE

Electrical wheels


IDEATION SKETCHES Handle Component

User-centered design Compact Manuverable Assistive Intuitive


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IDEATION SKETCHES Definitive Design Direction


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FINAL FORM Design Proposal


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FINAL FORM Technical Details

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Radiator

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Crane hook

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Gas tank

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Water tank

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Battery Unit

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Diesel hybrid power unit

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Articulating hub stepper motor

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Hydraulic unit

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Vibration pad (rubber bushing disk)

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Hub pulley

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FINAL FORM Design Details 4235mm

Compact The foldable design allows the machine to become compact for transportation or storage, and fold open for use.


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1225mm


USE CYCLE Construction Operation

1. Transportation

2. Tow (electric mode)

3. Turn ON (hybrid mode)

The operator can be pos right hand side stepping asphalt and traffic.

45° rotation


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4. Unlock handle

5. Change handle position

6. Operation

sitioned on the away from hot

New recycled Asphalt

45° curb angle

For making a left turn, the user can move the handle to the left side of the machine to avoid any blind spots. This way, the operator can have full control of the machine.


FINAL FORM Interface Design Proposal

USER INTERFACE The handle is mounted to an articulating arm that can provide flexibility and movement in every direction. This eliminates vibration from the compactor and allows the user to move around, thus minimizing blind spots, neck muscle strain and preventing them from stepping on hot asphalt.

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Interactive display

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Emergency STOP paddle

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Flexible cable

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Handle position lock / Unlock lever

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Reversible vibrator plate lever

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In-operation warning lights

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OFF / Electric / Hybrid selector

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Infrared heater temperature selector

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Automated recycling speed selector

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System Diagnosis Panel

Articulating Handle


FINlAL FORM Design Proposal

User-Centered Design The raised profile was placed on the left side of the machine to provide more enclosure and protection to the operator, isolating him/her from traffic.


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Water Sprayer

Recycling Unit Compactor Unit

Infrared Heater


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PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION Research

Wildlife depends upon soils, plants, air and water to survive. When any of these natural environments are altered, dependent wildlife will be affected. ORV (Off Road Vehicles) have negative impact on natural environments and ecosystems such as erosion, soil compaction, bank stability, water quality, destruction and loss of vegetation, aquatic losses, and wildlife impacts. There has to be more sustainable ways of Off Roading in order to protect the natural environment and its habitat.


High Noise Levels High levels of noise can negatively impact animals’ hearing senses causing frantic behaviour, ear bleeding and temporary loss of hearing.

Gasoline & Engine Oil With ORV exceeding 80 million visitor days in national forests, tens of millions of gallons of gasoline and motor oil likely enter the soils and waters of our public lands each year as a result of inefficient combustion and emissions. Leaking Gasoline and Engine Oil fluids into the soil and water streams, rivers and lakes can contaminate and seriously damage the environment.

Accidental Collisions Direct effects of ORVs include increased mortality by accidental collisions with wildlife species, which may resting or loafing under rocks or brush in the heat of the day. Soil Erosion Soils in arid regions can be severely affected and damaged by ORV through disruption and compaction. These natural soil protective elements in the desert are highly vulnerable to vehicle use. The force of rolling wheels on soil can cause compaction and have a serious long lasting negative effect. Soil compaction can decrease water infiltration, increase runoff, and cause severe erosion problems.

Source: https://tpwd.texas.gov/publications/pwdpubs/media/pwd_rp_t3200_1081.pdf


TIME SETTING Research

Global Temperature

Carbon Dioxide

Arctic, Land Ice

Sea Level

Global temperature has increased by 1.7 Fahrenheit since the 1880s, while 9 out of 10 warmest recorded seasons have occured since 2000.

The levels of Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are at highest in 650,000 years. Current levels are around 404.93 ppm and increasing.

The ice loss in Greenland has doubled between 1996 and 2005. Arctic sea ice, is currently declining at a rate of 13.3% per decade, relative to the 1981 to 2010 average.

Sea level is increasing by an average of 3.4 milimeters per year, and a total of 178 milimeters since the last 100 years. The melting ice lands and the expansion of warmer sea waters are two factors contributing to the sea level rise. The chart below illustrates the increase in sea levels from 1870 to 2000.

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Sea Level Change (mm)

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Temperature Difference (Fahrenheit)

CO2 (parts per million)

Arctic Sea Ice (Satellite Observations)

Source: http://climate.nasa.gov/

Sea Height Variation (mm)


Emissions Electric vehicles help reduce pollution and the exploitation of nonrenewable resources such as fossil fuels.

Protect the Environment

TESLA Off Road Vehicle

Efficiency Reduce the energy required to move the vehicle and thus increase efficiency and range through an aerodynamical and light weight design.

Noise Reduction Electric vehicles Reduce the noise emitted to eliminate disturbance of wildlife

Protect the Wildlife

Erosion Lightweight design to reduce soil erosion

Environmental Hazards Electric vehicles protect the soil, water streams and rivers from gasoline and engine oil contamination


Contextual Environments Research


INSPIRATION Design Philosophy

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IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme #1

ORV Design Language Utalitarian Aggressive Bold


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme #2

Rib cage

Bodily Structure Light weight Protective Rigid


Key Sketches

Cabin tub

Replacement tire Batteries

Platform


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme #3

High air pressure

EV Design Language Aerodynamic Sleek Futuristic

Aero intake


Key Sketches


DEVELOPMENT SKETCHES Exterior Proportions

Proportions Strong silhouette Dynamic Balanced


EXTERIOR THEME Design Proposal


All Three Themes Combined Customizable Roof Design Aerodynamic and Sleek shape


DETAIL DEVELOPMENT Design Proposal


DETAIL DEVELOPMENT Design Proposal


FINAL TUNING / TWEAKING Design Proposal


FINlAL FORM Design Proposal


Aerodynamic / Battery Range Most off-road vehicles have bulky design and that would be a problematic design for an electric vehicle since battery range is affected by drag coefficient.


FINlAL FORM Design Proposal

Multipurpose / Dynamic Design The roof panels come off in order to give users freedom of expression and choose depending on where the vehicle is being used.


BASIC PACKAGE DRAWINGS Design Proposal

TESLA CROSS COUNTRY 4-door Dual electric motor 4WD 150 kWh battery Length : 4751 Wheelbase : 2947 Height : 1865 Width : 1877

Section “A”

Tire Replacement Storage

Approach Angle

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JEEP RUBICON HIGH LIFT 4-door 3.8 V6 4WD 22.5 gallon fuel tank Length : 4751 Wheelbase : 2947 Height : 1865 Width : 1877

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Section “B”

Departure Angle

Section “A”


CUTAWAY ILLUSTRATION Design Proposal


CUTAWAY ILLUSTRATION Design Proposal


Speaker

Cabin tub blending into the interior

Handle

Shock absorber / suspension attachment

Carbon fiber door (side pillar)

Light weight monocoque cabin tub

Step

Side window/door cassette


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O Crutch


Contextual Environments Design Themes


DURO Walking Crutch


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme #1

The design has to consider modularity, ergonomics, performance and elegance.

Modular

Customizable

Organic

Multipurpose


DURO Walking Crutch


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme #2

The use of an interface to answer or reject phone calls, go through music library and changing volume will enable the user to keep holding the crutches without the need to let go of them in order to use their smart devices. Just like the interface on modern car steering wheels, the user can also have aceess to Siri which then can take voice commands.

Interactive

Assistive

User Friendly


DURO Walking Crutch


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme #3

The product can incorporate innovations and ideas from ergonomic chairs, to create more comfortable arm grip. Also, bicycle seat stays and forks would be a great source of inspiration for shock absorbing parts.

Ergonomic

Arm Pads

Shock Absorber


DURO Walking Crutch


PROTOTYPING CAD Modelling


DURO Walking Crutch


PROTOTYPING Testing & Fabricating


DURO Walking Crutch


DESIGN PROPOSAL Details & Orthographic Views

Customizable The stick is manufactured in the longest size. The end of crutch pole is then cut short in order to fit perfectly to each user. The difference in palm height between the 1 percentile female and 99 percentile male is about 20cm.


DURO Walking Crutch

Modular The replacable stem allows the product to last with the user through the rehabilitation process by changing from a hand crutch to a walking cane.


DESIGN PROPOSAL Ergonomics

Algorithmic CAD (Grasshopper) w create a mathematical texture that s goes from the center to the edge of t (Scripted by Eric Cross)

Ergonomic The cuff has an ergonomic extension that allows the arm to rest comfortably thus distributing weight more evenly across the arm, relieving the stress and weight on wrist


DURO Walking Crutch

was used to softens as it the surface.

The hand grip and cuff have textured soft pads that allow for grip and comfort, while providing a sensation of pleasure.


DESIGN PROPOSAL Anthropometric & FEA

The bent shape of crutch pole provides hip clearance for the user. Moreover, this design creates flexibility as forces are being exerted on the handle. Therefore, this design diminishes the need for spring or suspension components, saving weight while providing comfort and vibration dampening. The Finite Element Analysis (FEA) illustrated below shows the stresses bending the Crutch pole with a force of 1000 Newtons being exerted on it.


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26” FINGERTIP HGT. 660 32.6” CROTCH HGT.

DURO Walking Crutch

50 Percentile Man


FINAL FORM Technical Details

Carbon Fiber The main body of this crutch is made of Carbon Fiber. The manufacturing process used is “bladder molding� in order to create a light, hollow and strong structure.


DURO Walking Crutch

Interface The touch interface allows users to have access to their device without the need to leave the crutch and look for cellphone device in their pockets. This device connects cell phones to headsets through blue tooth.


FINAL FORM Technical Details

Countersunk bolt

Cuff

Cuff attachment

Pan head cross collar screw

Instrument ball bearing

Washers

Round nut slotted

Cuff stem attachment

Carbon fiber stem

Washer

Pan slot head


DURO Walking Crutch

Cuff ergo pad

Arm ergo pad

Stem / hand grip attachment

Hand grip ergo pad

Polyurethane handle

Electronics cover

Hand grip attachment

socket countersunk head cap screw

Carbon fiber crutch pole


FINAL FORM Technical Details

5C Lithium Ion 300mAh battery

Stem to crutch pole attachments


DURO Walking Crutch

Kinetic charging device

PCB backplate

Bent Aluminum extruded stem

Welded bottom attachment onto the stem

User interface (play, pause, forward, backward, volume control, answer, hang up, siri, google)

PCB board

Handle assembly


FINAL FORM Technical Details


DURO Walking Crutch


Misc. Mino


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IDEATION SKETCHES Mazda KEI (Small) Car

Mazda AZ-1 Tradition Sculpted Sporty Fun


IDEATION SKETCHES Nissan SUV


IDEATION SKETCHES Virtual Reality + Photoshop

This short project utilizes v and explore a new workflo in VR, the CAD file and wir illustrations and renderings


virtual reality in order to maximize creativity ow. Once the snowmobile is roughly drawn reframes will be used to generate more s.


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Theme


DESIGN PROPOSAL Research

WHAT is Hyperloop? The Hyperloop is a conceptual high-speed transportation system originally put forward by entrepreneur Elon Musk, incorporating reduced pressure tubes in which pressurized capsules ride on an air cushion driven by linear induction motors and air compressors. Hyperloop pod competition A number of student and non-student teams are participating in a Hyperloop pod competition in 2015-2016. I was a member of Carleton University Hyperloop team and contributed to the aesthetics and design of the pod.


FINAL DESIGN Details / Features

Air brake systems to assist with braking

Turbine bay closes upon entering the station

Turbine bay opens upon entering the tunnel


Exhaust system Pressurised air from the turbine exits through the back

Pressurized air channels connecting the turbine inlet to the outlet system while saving space for the interior

Passenger capsule Pressurized passenger capsul built inside an Isogrid for maximum strength once the pod enters reduced-pressure tubes

Engine bay Sucks in air using a turbine to reduce air pressure on the front

Hyperloop Airplane Bullet Train Automobile

35 mins 1 hour 15 mins 2 hours 38 mins 5 hours 30 mins Travel time between Los Angeles to San Fransisco


FINAL DESIGN Details / Features


Solar panels to generate the power needed to move the pods

Low pressure (air pressure) tubes (Transparent in this illustration)

Magnetic propulsion system suspends the train on a cushion of air

I-Beam


FINAL DESIGN Details / Features


IDEATION SKETCHES Design Development

Trendy style Expressive Aggressive Utalitarian Bold


Key sketches


FINAL FORM CAD + Photoshop Rendering


The Sillhouette The train morphs into the monorail. fluid lines and surfaces create the impression of a wave (ripple) moving across, making the train and monorail into one cohesive structure visually.


FINAL FORM Technical Details

Business Class Max. 24 passengers Small luggage / bag compartment Heavy luggage & washroom Economy Class Max. 64 passengers (each section)


Autonomous train. Camera sends video and other information to control center Infrared cameras

Silicon solar photovoltaic cells

Magnetic components The synchronous motor of the transrapid system, is used for both propulsion and braking.

Levitation A magnetic field is generated and lift the vehicle

Propulsion Field is generated of sliding and pushing the vehicle on the rail


FINAL FORM CAD + Photoshop Rendering


WORK EXPERIENCE

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

Cervelo Cycles

2D

OCT 10 - MAY 11 8 Months Co-Op Student Design & Engineering department Toronto, Canada

Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Alias Sketchbook pro

Bluesky Design

3D

MAR 15 - JUL 15 5 Months Design Internship Creative Design department Sydney, Australia

Rhinoceros Solidworks Keyshot/HDR light studio

OTHER SKILLS

EDUCATION Carleton University, Canada

Analog sketching and rendering Automotive clay modeling Illustration Styling Painting Final prototyping and model making Composite lamination Research and documentation Presentation Communication Design User Interface Design Form Development Package Design

Majoring in Bachelor of Industrial Design

Monash University, Australia 1 year exchange student Majoring in Transportation and Product Design Grade A Student in Advanced Clay Modeling studio

Car Design Academy


Alireza Saeedi alireza.saeedi19@gmail.com C : +1 613 296 7679

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS Carleton University Dean’s List Wim Gilles Design Award ACIDO Rocket Competition Award Winner Featured in CTV Morning News Ottawa Featured in Carleton University’s publications May, 2017

THANK YOU


Portfolio Product Design / Transportation Design  

By Alireza Saeedi, 2017

Portfolio Product Design / Transportation Design  

By Alireza Saeedi, 2017

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