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TheDivide

Architecture Portfolio

JOSHUAPASOS


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hat’s me in the off road vehicle I helped design and build in college. I had quite the journey after college. I moved to Baton Rouge and worked at a Nuclear Power Plant as a Systems Engineer. I faced my divide going back to get my Masters in Architecture. Everything I knew was turned upside down and it was a struggle. As I settled in, I learned to communicate verbally and graphically, and no longer was I divided from the group. There is still lots to learn but I present to you my selected works from my Proffesional Career, University of Oregon and my own projects.


Table of Contents (3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP)

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP)

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL WEEP SCREED

STONE VENEER 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH MORTAR 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

MTL. FLASHING, PREFINISHED

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT STONE VENEER MORTAR 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH

BEDDING SEAL UNDER FLASHING STONE VENEER 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH MORTAR 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

(2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP) PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

EXPANSION JOINT

STONE VENEER 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH MORTAR 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH GROUT

GROUT PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

(2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP) PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

7 6 5 Professional Experience GROUT

PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER MEETING STUCCO - CORNER SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER PANEL MEETING EIFS - ON PLANE SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER PANEL SPACING DETAIL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

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PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER PANEL CORNER DETAIL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Extra-Curricular

USE CORONADO MANUFACTURED STONE VENEER OR OTHER APPROVED PRODUCT

PREFINISHED METAL COPING SYSTEM

Paradise Assited Living Facility and Memory Care

Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Living

5/8" GYP BOARD TYPE X TYP.

6"

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BLOCKING ROOF MEMBRANE WEEP SCREED

5/8" GYP BOARD CAULK

WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTRAL

ALUM. WINDOW UNIT

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP) (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

MTL. FLASHING, PREFINISHED CAULK

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP) (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP) PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL WEEP SCREED WEEP SPACE 3/8" MIN. SIDEWALK OR PATIO

BASE PER INTERIOR DESIGNER

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP) (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

SLOPE 1/4" PER FT.

WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL R-21 BATT INSULATION

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WALL SECTION DETAIL STUCCO AT PARAPET SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

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WALL SECTION DETAIL STUCCO AT WINDOW SILL AND HEADER SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Graduate Studios

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5/8" GYP BOARD TYPE X TYP.

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CONC. FOUNDATION SLAB.

WALL SECTION DETAIL STUCCO PANEL AT GROUND SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

PRELIMINARY SET 02.15.19

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Case Design Group 232 S.E. Oak Street Suite 101 Portland Oregon 97214 503.863.4235

EXTERIOR DETAILS

LINCOLN, CA 95648

ASME Human Powered Utility Vehicle

A703

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Trajan’s Market Design Center

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SAE Baja

Homeless Makerspace Incubator

03 The Very Little Theater

04 Live | Work | Adapt

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08 Hobbies Water Color, Photography, Sculpture

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01 Paradise Location | Fremont, CA Building Type | Assisted Living Facility and Memory Care Designed | 2019 Revit and Adobe Suites Project Description The project is a 162 bed Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility. The building has two courtyards, two commercial kitchens, a barbershop, a fitness room, porticos, residential rooms, etc. The facility would serve Fairfield and the greater area of the Bay Area. With a small team I helped design this project. I had the opportunity to take on different roles for this project. I worked on life-safety, fire barriers and smoke barriers, details and designs of patient rooms and lobbies.

Circulation Diagram Lounge

Coffee

Courtyard

Waiting Area Entry

Reception

Professional Experience

The client wanted a grand lobby for this facility. I proposed three different stair design options in Revit and a diagram to help explain to the clients the design reasoning...


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Cornado Stone Veneer Mortar 1/2" Metal Lathe Cornado Stone Veneer

Ridge Tile

5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD.

Batten

Rafter with Insulation

(2) Layers WRB Seal Edge to Finish. Lap Over

Code Approved Adhesive over Mechanical Attachment

Slab on Grade

3/8" Plywood Sheathing Felt UnderlayAnchor

1/2" Scratch Coating

Bolt

Mortar

Hilo Sunshade TilesBottom 3xRoof Cont.

Plate (Pressure Treated at First Floor) Cont. X Bottom Plate PPRO ? 1/2" A

Metal Flashing Dirt Gravel 1/2" Drain Pipe

7/8" Stucco 1/2" Metal Lath

1/2" MIN

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP)

FLOOR 1 0' - 0"

Metal Drip Edge

Cap Stone

STONE VENEER MORTAR

Double Cont 2x Top Plate 3/8" Plywood Sheathing Batt Insulation

SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH

2x8 Facia

2x6 Stud Framing

(2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER)

Cont. Strip Vent

5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD.

Expanded Wire Lath SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

7/8" Stucco

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BEDDING SEAL UNDER FLASHINGMortar

1/2" Scratch Coating STONE VENEER 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER WRB 2 Layers SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH MORTAR Batt Insulation 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH Slab on Grade (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP) 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD.

Rafter with Insulation

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

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Continous Vent Fascia 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD.

2x6 Framing PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER PANEL MEETING EIFS - ON PLANE SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

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COVED EAVE SOFFITS 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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GR PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTU STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTU

Blocking

GROUT

PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER MEETING STUCCO - CORNER

STUCCO TO FLOOR TRANSITION 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

STONE VEN 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLAS SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL L MOR 3.4 GALV. METAL L (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESIST BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (T

MTL. FLASHING, PREFINISHEDCornado Stone Veneer

Blocking

1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER OGEE Gutter

Flashing

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL WEEP SCREED

Truss

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

Birdstop

Nailer Board

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEMWRB 2 Layers 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 3/8" Plywood Sheathing 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRINGMetal Flashing METAL LATH (TYP)

Back Fill

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PLAN DET VENEER SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

ACCESS WAY ROOF SECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Coronado Stone to Stucco Transition 2

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

PREFINISHED METAL COPING SYSTEM

5/8" GYP BOARD TYPE X TYP.

6"

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(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISHWEEP COATSCREED OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP)

ROOF MEMBRANE

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 2" SCRATCH COAT 1 2" BROWN COAT FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP)

2x6 Stud Framing

STONE VENEER MORTAR 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH

MTL. FLASHING, PREFINISHED BEDDING SEAL UNDER FLASHING

5/8" Metal Type 'X' Gyp. BD. 1/2" Lath

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(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM (2) LAYERS WRB 1 2" SCRATCH COAT (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) 1 2" BROWN COAT SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP) FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH (TYP) PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL (2) LAYERS WRB STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

ALUM. WINDOW STONE VENEER UNIT 1" SCRATCH COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM OVER SELF-FURRING METAL LATH MORTAR 3.4 GALV. METAL LATH InsulationMTL. FLASHING, (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE PREFINISHED BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP (TYP)

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WRB 2 Layers

Batt Steel Grating

Steel Channel ? Rafter with Insulation

PLAN DETAIL STONE VENEER MEETING STUCCO - CORNER

CAULK

GROUT 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD.

Utility Clap

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

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CAULK

STEEL OR WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL WEEP SCREED

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

I researched materials and provided details for the building.

5/8" GYP BOARD

3/8" Plywood Sheathing PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL

Header

PLYWOOD, SEE STRUCTURAL

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Double Top Plate

BASE PER INTERIOR DESIGNER

(3) COAT CEMENT PLASTER SYSTEM 1 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD. 2" SCRATCH COAT

PLAN DETAIL STONE ROOF 9 3/4" PLANE VENEER PANEL MEETING EIFS 21'- -ON 1

Sealant and Backer Rod2" BROWN COAT Flashing

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

FINISH COAT OVER SELF-FURRING 8" Crown Modeling METAL LATH (TYP) (2) LAYERS WRB (WEATER RESISTIVE BARRIER) SEAL EDGE TO FINISH, LAP SCALE: 3" (TYP) = 1'-0" WOOD STUDS, SEE STRUCTURAL

Bottom Plate

Bathroom Pod Wall

R-21 BATT INSULATION

Base Board Gypsum Wall Board Anchor Bolt

3

WALL SECTION DETAIL STUCCO AT PARAPET SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

2

WALL SECTION DETAIL STUCCO AT WINDOW SILL AND HEADER SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

1

Bottom Plate 5/8" Type 'X' Gyp. BD.

FLOOR 1 0' - 0"

PREFINISHED METAL COPING SYSTEM

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ACCESS WAY FLOOR CONNECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Sealant and Backer Rod

2ND FLOOR WALL TO ACCESS WAY CONNECTION 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

5/8" GYP


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This was an 8 week study abroad Studio in Rome, Italy. The site was connected to the heart of the ancient city in the Roman forum until Mussolini created Via Alessandrina which cut straight to the Coliseum. Trajan’s Market was built around 100AD in honor of their fierce emperor Trajan. The market was a place where the peasants would receive their rations as well as a grand market with goods from all over. Trajan’s Market was situated in a large site containing Trajan’s forum, Trajan’s Column, Basilica Ulpia among many other buildings.

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The commission was to build a Design Center to house makers and their exhibits, that were in harmony with the ancient buildings. Graduate Studies

Access to Site

Roads within the site


Site Development|Context

Early Site Development

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Building connections and views to Trajan's Market


Floor Plans

Level 0

Level 1

Level 2


Axon|Section

Axon

Level 2

NE-NW Section


Tribute

As tribute to the ancient Roman architecture, I have replaced the columns with windows; instead of a column holding a pediment, symbolically the earth is holding the building and the columns are windows. The windows create a connection between the interior and exterior through the use of light. Staying true to the concept, the building creates a road inside and continues outside. As you travel along the outside of the building, you walk in a newly created road between a seven-story medieval tower and my building. The road continues to the ancient road around Trajan’s Market. All roads lead to Rome and I wanted to continue that tradition. My building is unique but it’s subtle so as not to detract from the thousand-year-old Trajan’s Market and the tradition of the Roman roads.


South Facing Entrance


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Homeless Makerspace Incubator Location | Couch and Broadway Building Type| Makerspace Designed | Fall 2017 Mixed Media

Initial Concept

Project Description Set in the upcoming Old Town district, located between Broadway and the Park Blocks this is prime real estate. However in Portland and primarily in this part of the Park Blocks there is a big homeless problem. We were commissioned to design a makerspace in this space to create some creative solutions to benef it this neighborhood. I choose to incorporate the homeless into the solution by integrating a makerspace for the homeless and the employers. Graduate Studies

My concept was to integrate the homeless with members of the makerspace. I would achieve this with light guiding to the stadium seating. This would provide each member to a level playing field.


Massing Studies


Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

MakerSpace

Housing Services

Commercial


Office Space

Housing

MakerSpace

Level 6

Level 5

Level 4


3d Section 1

Perspective Section

North Elevation


04 Very Little Theater Location | Eugene Or Building Type | Theater Designed | Fall 2013 Digital Media

Existing Building Site The Willamette University of Oregon

Project Description This was the f irst upper division studio that was to re-design the Very-Little Theater. The company was having trouble attracting customers and the building was old and in need of renovation. The Very-Little Theater wanted to upgrade the theater, add seating, increase space for theater production and add a fly (a rigging device that allows for set changes, lighting and of course having actors fly). On top of this studio we incorporated passive heating and cooling building strategies. We took a look at climate data and different passive strategies in order reduce the HVAC loads. Graduate Studies

The Very Little Theater North Amazon Park


The Site Concept

Site Concept ALLEY

Additions to the existing theater

23rd STREET

24th STREET

Leading people theater

Increasing Visibility Visibility

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Basement 87'

In order to design the theater with passive strategies, it was crucial to look at the sun angles during different seasons to help determine the heating and cooling loads.

Function of Room: Theater & Stage Total Floor Area: 1300 ft2 Total Roof Area: 1300 ft2


Reduced oor area Trees to shade the harsh morning light

Stack Ventalation open to both the wherehouse and the Theater

SunScape open to the where house and theater

Increased Shaing

Trees to shade the harsh morning light. Also to shade the glazing to reduce the Daylight factor

Graphic Scale: 1 inch = 16 feet

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Floor Plan

16'

32'

48'

64'

Increased Cross Ventalation throught the building


Stack Ventalation open to both the wherehouse and the Theater

Increased windows

Wherehouse

SunScape

Graphic Scale: 1 inch = 8 feet

0

E-W Section

8'

16'

24'

32'


South Facing Entrance


E-W Perspective


Model Study

Theater Section


The Grand New Addition

The remodel brings a new face and an excitement to the theater. From the outside you can see the crowd dressed up eagerly awaiting the show. Inside stairs rise to change the site level of the theater goers and the feeling of importance as you step into the historic theater. Providing a connection and to raise the importance to the past. The theater addition evokes a place to be seen and to see.


Main Lobby


05 Live| Work| Adapt

Live-Work | Adapt

Location | Portland, Or Building Type | Housing/ Commercial Designed | Fall 2017 Digital Media, modeling Project Description Portland has seen a large amount of construction but it has been primarily apartment type housing. A developer saw a need for a different building typology, live-work. The site is on the busy street of Glisan, in the heart of Kerns district, home to the Laurelhurst Theater. Additionally the units needed to adapt to the users needs over time. This could mean for living or for working purposes

Live-Work Row housing connected to Restaurant/Retail below Adapt As business grows owners adapt the floor plate from a small food cart, to a large restaurant,

Graduate Studies

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Housing

5 minute walking radius from the site

Retail Restaurants Industry Open Space

Early Section Model

Site Layout

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Small Restaurant|Food Cart

Adapting Store Front

Seats - 0 (Utilizes Courtyard) Kitchen square footage - 295 sq. ft. Large Storefront One option is a furniture store with the a small section for repairs Medium Restaurant Seats - 24 Restaurant square footage - 521 sq. ft.

Total square footage 655 sq. ft.

Medium Storefront One option is a coffee shop has lease this space and has bench and bar seating with tables that seats 13. Large Restaurant Seats - 35 Restaurant square footage - 945 sq. ft.

Total square footage 424 sq. ft.

No option to lease out storefront


Live|Work

2bed 1.5bath with medium restaurant

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Connection to restaurant

Connection to housing


Live|Work Exploration

Kitchen of the living unit

Section model of the live work unit


06 CASL Director | 2015 Passive House Project Description The Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Living (CASL) is a passive house that demonstrates ecologically and socially sustainable technologies and living practices to provide handson experiential learning opportunities for students. For this project I was the project manager. I also helped with the passive details and Therm analysis. Extra Curricular


Above is a roof detail of the CASL house that shows the heat transfer through the enclousre. To the right is an diagram of the rain water system with filtration for resuse.


07 HPUV

Chico State Design-Build | Human Powered Vehicle

ASME Human Powered Utility Vehicle Competition Recumbent Bicycle Design Designed | Summer 2008 Steel/Fiberglass/ polycarbonate Project Description For our senior capstone project our team selected the American Society of Mechanical Engineer (ASME) Human Powered Utility Vehicle (HPUV) Competition. This competition entailed designing and fabricating a recumbent bike which could protect a rider f rom the rain, carry groceries and ride like a regular bike for the average consumer. For this project I specialized in the vehicle dynamics. I determined the characteristics of the car based on the weight of the bike and the designed the steering system.

Bare frame recumbent bike Fiberglass Shell

Designed by Lindsey Leahy and Jeff Croshal Built by the team

Extra Curricular

(1) Foam Mold with Bondo. Sanding and a release agent.

(2) fiberglass sheets overlaid.


Completed HPUV in competition

(3) Fiberglass beginning to harden.

(4) A harden fiberglass mold completed.

(5) Sanding and paint applied for the final product.


Vehicle Dynamics

Designed by Joshua Pasos

Wheel Configuration Free Body Diagram of a right hand turn

Frame and Steering Set up

As a vehicle turns it creates forces that is transmitted throughout the frame and steering set up. To determine the most efficient and comfortable ride, I designed an algorithm to provide different options and different setups for the bike.


Ackerman Design

Designed by Joshua Pasos -Built by the team

The Ackerman is determined primarily by the steering knuckle and the steering set up. Each steering component can be designed to a specific length and angle, this creates a lot of variables to calculate. To narrow down the number of variables, our team created a matrix of attributes that we wanted the bike and user to have.

Ackerman

The major factor that changed the forces of the vehicle was the center of gravity and the steering knuckles, which created the Ackerman. Ackerman is ratio of the inner wheel to the outer wheels turning radius.

Steering Knuckle design With the user info and the strength of materials inputted, the algorithm was able to output different Ackerman angles that could be graphed for different radii. From there I designed the steering knuckle in Solidworks. The part was tested with FEA.

Finite Element Analysis of the Steering Knuckle

Ackerman


08 Baja SAE SAE Baja Competition Off-road Vehicle Design Designed | Summer 2006 Metal Fabrication Project Description The Baja Competition introduced a new vehicle, similar to a quad but with a full roll cage, making it a safer vehicle to operate. The design challenge was to make the vehicle fast, durable, reliable and enduring of the following f ive challenges. • • • • •

Acceleration Hill Climb Maneuverability Rock Crawl Four Hour Endurance Race This was an club event created solely by volunteer students. In 2006 I became president and led the team to competition. All work was a team effort unless otherwise noted. Extra Curricular


Chico State Design Build | SAE Baja

CHICO STATE BAJA TEAM BUILDING AND TESTING

A special thanks to the team to make this all happen.

Rear locking differential for tight turning and locking capabilities for rock crawling.

Modified transmission for the correct gear ratio for maximum acceleration and torque.

Large A-Arms for maximum wheel travel and help decrease bump steer.

Chromoly and mild steel tubing for strength, durability and weight savings.


Transmission to Wheel Design

Baja Design and Calculations We used a modified Kawasaki Mule transmission with CV axles from a 4x4. To fit the wheels, we had to build a custom hub and spline to fit the CV axle. A team member calculated the torque and tolerance needed for the part. It was mocked up in Solidworks and fabricated based the plans. Designed by Jason Minahan


Marketing To build this vehicle it took countless hours of free labor from the students. But it cost more than $15,000 in parts. To raise this capital I created a website, fliers, budget proposals, and a brochure. The team attend meetings, events and stores to raise cash. We were able to raise enough money to build the vehicle, travel and compete. Created by Joshua Pasos


09 Hobbies Miscellaneous projects 2017 - 2018 Wood, Photography, Water Color

Sculpture The winters in Portland can be rough, and the window that I look out onto is a drab patio. I wanted something inspiring and brighter to look onto. I took inspiration from this photo I took of the sunset in Southern California.

Project Description In my f ree time I like to stay busy with projects that enhance my surroundings. Not having access to a wood shop, I still enjoy crafting what I f ind into art pieces. I am currently working on a key holder made of walnut. I have been shooting photography since I was young and really enjoy landscapes. I only just started to watercolor but last summer I got the chance to explore painting in Rome.

As the day wears on, the sun catches the piece at different angles to create a special moment.


Photography

I took this photograph of the Oregon Forest amidst the mist. I had it framed and it hangs over my bed. It creates a cool feeling for a place to sleep, balancing out the piece in patio.


Dichotomy of City vs Nature

I enjoy shooting landscapes but have lived in Cities all my life. In the city I like to show the beauty while the problems at the same time.


Photography Poetry

Alice fell to the depth’s of time As man worked for every dime She found her place just fine Man struggled buying every line Only to find leaded wine


Watercolor

This was Orvieto’s cathedral in Orvieto. The Church is know for its grand scale, the color, the ornate columns and the natural lighting.


This was a clock tower in Orvieto, Italy. It sat beneath a labyrinth of underground tunnels. The sun beats down creating a high contrast and a richness of colors.


Architectual Designer JTPasos@gmail.com 415.516.5717

Joshua Pasos JOSHUA PASOS Joshua Pasos

Architectual Designer JTPasos@gmail.com 415.516.5717

Profile for Joshua Pasos

Architectural Portfolio  

A collection of my work while at the University of Oregon, Masters in Architecture and Chico State B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.

Architectural Portfolio  

A collection of my work while at the University of Oregon, Masters in Architecture and Chico State B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.

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