Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1985

Page 98 of 208

 

Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1985 Edition, Page 98 of 208
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Aviation Majors Aim For Industry Jobs Aviation, taught by Mr. Tom Kingsbury, worked in diminished space because Mr. Al. Stiff's beginning automobile shop was moved into the north end. Junior and senior Aviation majors studied meteorology, used weather charts and instrumentation simulation. Field trips were taken to Ft. Lewis, National Guard base, and Western Skyways. Airframe structure repair and fabrication was part of the junior shop where students also learned about aircraft riveting, welding, and electrical systems. Available for study was a Hughes 269 helicopter and the large seven cylinder Continental engine mounted in the test cell. The engine, fired up during the annual Tech Show, always is a great attraction. Instruments outside the cell let the students take instrument readings as if actually flying. Seniors also use and maintain the LINK ANT 18 trainer. "lf they break it, they fix it," stated Mr. Kingsbury, A, Paul Kolibaba 112i does instrument readings in the LINK trainer. Students also maintain the trainer. B, Shelly Schunk 1101 and Michael Gaston 1101 work on model planes. C. Jerry Lee 1121 and Jeffrey G0ldader112J concentrate on doing an engine overhaul. D. Striving for perfection Wilson Lee 1101 and David Harvey 1103 put a lot-of effort into their models. E. Tauheed Sadruddin 1121 puts the finishing touches on an overhaul of a four-cylinder horizontal opposed Continental engine, F. Continental GTS1O-520 engine on Ioan from'Western Skyways displayed during the Tech Show, Page 94

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Methods Of Molding Plastics Interesting The plastics shop's purpose is to show students how and why plastics are used," stated Mr. Gerald Waterbury, the plastic shop instructor. In the sophomore class the students made a number of objects from coasters to fiberglass clipboards. The sophomores learn how to use many different methods to mold plastics. They operate machinery that relates to the trade. The sophomores also learn how to weld plastics together. In the major shop the students made more complex objects such as molds and kayaks. "This class is interesting," explained Pat Traff 1103. "lt's fun to learn to use the tools and the machinery of the trade," he added. A. Sophomore student works vacuum former making eagle plaques. B. Jason Bomar 1103 makes keytags in the injection molder during the Tech Show. C. Plastics projects. D. John Tuttle 111 j operatesthe blow molder that blow forms plastic barrel banks. Page 93



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Fluid Power Majors Overhaul Forklifts Published project outlines provided the guides for student work at the work stations in the shop. Students could connect various pressure lines on the bench to simulate aviation and automotive use. Each year a lift truck is rebuilt completely. The machine is then sold and a replacement worn out lift truck is purchased. This gives students a good knowledge of this high paying field. The seniors also built a robot. Juniors and sophomores studied automatictransmissionsin addition totheir work atthe work stations. "The classes went on a field trip to see lift trucks at a dealers and to observe mechanics doing on-hand work", stated Mr. Thomas Herring, instructor. -rv. ,W A. Cliff Phenning 1111 works on pneumatic computer that runs a robot on display during the Tech Show. B. Andrew Warninghoff Q1 13 works on a transmission. C. Randy Tennant 1113 and fellow student help rebuild a forklift as their project. D. Sophomore works a hydraulic circuit at his work station. Page 95

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