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com DURANGO STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL SERVICES SECRETARIA T FOR MANAGEMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION "A" DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL SECONDARY EDUCAT ION Head of Technology Education Technical High School No. 62 Ponciano Arriaga s / n Col. Benito Juárez Tel 8130734 FIELD OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP COMPUTERS TE CHNICAL REGIONAL STAGE Sheet name: THE CHAIR Author: Rodrigo Alonzo Date: April 2008 1 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com CONTENTS TITLE PAGE HISTORICAL SOCIAL ASPECT ORIGIN ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... DEVELOPMENTS ........... ...................................... ......................................... ......... ............. SOCIAL IMPACT .......................................... ...... .................................................. .. IMPLICATIONS ...... ........................................... .................................... .............. . May 3 July 7 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS 1. PURPOSE FUNCTIONALITY FOR WHAT WAS BUILT .................................... ....... .......... POSSIBLE USES AND SCOPE ..................................... ....... ...... UTILITY FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SATISFACTION OF THE NEED 2 . STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION OF THE PARTIES TO OBJECT comprising ................. . GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION ................................................ .... .......................... CHARACTERISTICS OF MATERIALS ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ORIGIN OF MATERIALS ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ... ... ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... GENERAL PROPERTIES ... ... ... ... . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. MANUFACTURING PROCESSES .. ............................................. ............................. MAIN TOOLS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE .................. 3. EXTERNAL OPERATION ........ ....................................... ............................. STRENGTH A ND TYPES OF ENERGY TO DO THE WORK SCOPE ..... .................................. ............. Innovation proposals ......................... 10 11 11 8 8 9 9 Se ptember 10, 1910 7 7 8 2 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com -THE CHAIRHistory-Social Aspect ORIGIN. The chair was a common cabinet among the nobility of ancient Egypt, repr esented in reliefs and paintings from the early dynasties, in the third millenni um BC. Neferetiabet bas-relief, with table and chair. Fourth dynasty of Egypt, c . 2600 BC The chairs of Greece and Spain are known for the reliefs and paintings that represent feet and curved, and normal or lion claws, curved back and obliq

ue which is topped with a ruler. Roman chairs imitate the Greek and when they we re called back chairs. In honor chairs and backless padded seat, there are two c lasses: ï § biselium, it was a high chair, upright, with room for two people. curulis saddle (saddle seat), his feet were bent and folded or scissors. It was in use for the consuls and aldermen. ï § Since the early sixteenth century are the chair and armchair Spanish classics so ber, rectangular, being embroidered fabrics, velvets or embossed leather trim na iled in the seat and back and are so widespread in Spain over the centuries. In the XVIII dynasty to be imposing the French taste of the chairs and other uphols tered chairs or armchairs. The straw or wicker chairs the seat is used from the sixteenth century and the grid from the XVII. In this century and the next was i n vogue for kings and nobles portable chair or hands, like a car. The chair is o f extreme antiquity, although for many centuries and indeed for thousands of yea rs was an article of state and dignity rather than an article of ordinary use. " The chair" is still widely used as the emblem of authority in the House of Commo ns in the UK and Canada, and in public meetings. 3 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com It was, in fact, until the 16th century it bec ame common anywhere. The chest, the bench and the stool were until then the ordi nary seats of everyday life, and the number of chairs which have survived from b efore that time is very limited, most of these examples are of ecclesiastical or seigneurial origin. Our knowledge of the chairs of remote antiquity is derived almost entirely from monuments, sculptures and paintings. A few examples in the British Museum, in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, and elsewhere. Butterfly chair chairs In ancient Egypt, seem to have been of great wealth and splendor [Edit]. Fashioned of ebony and ivory€or carved and gilded wood, which were covered with costly materials and financial support to the legs of the jungle or the figures of captives. The first type of Greek chair, going back five or six centuries BC , had a lap but it was pure, front and rear. During the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD ), a higher seat began to appear among the Chinese elite, and their use soon spr ead to all levels of society. In the 12th century seating on the floor was rare in China, unlike in other Asian countries where the custom continued, and the pr esident, or more commonly, feces, is used in most of the houses across the count ry . In Europe, was due in large measure to the Renaissance that the president w as no longer a privilege of state, and became a fixed point of furniture who cou ld afford to buy. Once the idea of privilege faded the chair quickly came into g eneral use. We find almost at once that the president began to change every few years to take into account the latest trends. The 20th century saw an increase i n the use of technology in chair construction with such things as metal, folding chairs, metal-legged chairs, the Slumber Chair, molded plastic chairs and ergon omic chairs. The recliner became a popular form, at least in part because of rad io and television, and later in two parts. The modern movement of the 1960s prod uced new forms of chairs: the butterfly chair, bean bags, and egg-shaped pod cha ir. Technological advances led to molded plywood and wood laminate chairs, as we ll as leather chairs or polymers. 4 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com Mechanical technology incorporated into the ch air enabled adjustable chairs, especially for office use. Motors embedded in the chair resulted in massage chairs. EVOLUTION. The chair has evolved since its in vention, today there are many types of this, below are some. Baby chair. Seat wh eels, driven by a person, is used to transport children. They are usually single , although there are models for two and three children (usually twins and triple

ts). Car seat. Chair for transporting children in cars. They must be standardize d according to the laws of each country. Are fixed by the belt and can be arrang ed from the front or back to the march on the model and age of the baby. Folding chair. Usually wooden chair that folds up very little space. It is used for spe cial occasions such as celebrations, fairs, sporting events, parades, etc.. Fold ing Chair. Folding chair with fabric seat and back and cross legs. Office chair. Chair that is used in offices. It has adjustable seat height and backrest recli ne to suit the characteristics of each individual. Trona. Front shelf chair used by children to eat. Rocking chair. Typical wooden chair with a curved edge at t he bottom that allows you to move back and forth. It is very common in the Carib bean islands and its common usage, as well as for seniors, is to rock the babies . The following image shows the chair over time. 5 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com 6 SOCIAL IMPACT http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com. The impact on society was the i nvention of the chair was important because we could relax in a comfortable and economical, providing a seat for a single person, is used throughout the world f or its practicality and efficiency by allowing us to sit and rest on it. IMPLICA TIONS. As seen in the picture above the chair has had a long process of evolutio n and there is no doubt that in the future to change completely in its structure with the application of technology can be developed more practical chair, effic ient and occupying a place very limited in space may have sensors for different types of weights in people and prevent accidents or may be disappearing from the way we know them today and emerging electronic devices doing the same function as a chair. Scientific and Technical Dimension FUNCTIONALITY. The main function of a chair is to allow the rest of a person sit ting on it. Possible Uses and Scope. Homes Offices Schools Business Application Example In all these areas the chair is used for the rest of the people as state d above. Utility or Frequency of Use in Relation to the Need Satisfaction 7 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com This technical object is in direct proportion to the satisfaction of the need is increasing,€because all human beings have in their homes, schools, offices, etc., have a chair for their efficiency and prac ticality. STRUCTURE. IDENTIFICATION OF THE PARTIES up the object. No. 1 2 3 4 PA RT Legs Back Support. Seating. Graphic representation. 8 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MATERIALS. Source Mater ial. Wood Materials Inorg. Org. x Renov. x not to renew. Animal Vegetable Minera l x PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED. General Properties The properties depend on the total amount of matter in the body are called gener al properties, among them are the shape, size, weight, temperature.

Gral Mass Volume Property Definition Amount of matter contained in a body. It is measured in (kg) place or area occup ied by a body in space. It is measured in (m). The volume not only depends on th e amount of material, but also temperature gravitational force that Earth exerts on all bodies. Is proportional to the mass 3 Which expresses the chair though on a scale. It is the place of the chair in a s pace. Weight It is the force of gravitational attraction exerted by earth on the chair. It sa ys the move or at rest Inertia Quality that have the bodies to preserve the state of rest or motion in a straig ht line until it found an external force acted upon property that has the bodies to split into ever smaller pieces Divisibility Very unlikely that could damage or break the deal somewhere with no porosity nor mal wood because their atomic structure is very dense Porosity property of matter that is to present pores or voids MANUFACTURING PROCESS. Manufacturing Systems and Techniques. 9 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com System Coating Union Technique Nailing Assembly Painted Enamel Which expresses In assembling the legs and the supports of the chair. In some wooden chairs are nailed parties. Whole object is painted to give technical presentation. It is co vered with enamel paint applied throughout to polish and protect paint all the p arts are cut from the chair. Sanded all parts of the chair to be left perfectly smooth. Conformation Cut Sanding Tools used in the manufacture of the object. No Description Features 1 Tools Function

Prepare, cut and assemble the parts of the chair. OPERATION. 1.-Place the chair on top of a flat to avoid accidents. 2.-supported by the four legs. 3.-Check if the legs do not have any damage. 4.-If everything is OK to sit on it and if not to change the chair to prevent accidents. 5.-Use c hairs that can withstand the weight of the person to use. Forces and Types of en ergy that causes the function object. ENERGY KINETIC DEFINITION Is converted into kinetic energy when the energy Which expresses When moving from one place to another chair. 10 http://puntadiamante.blogspot.com storage potential of a body is released, dropping or moving a body, the energy r eleased is directly proportional to its mass POTENTIAL. It is the energy stored due to a body that moves or stands a certain height and be turned into kinetic e nergy when falling When the chair stops moving. Innovation Proposals Proposal Technology Possible Application It may be that the chairs have sensors for the weights of different people and p revent accidents. 11