General Outlook of London Tower Bridge Miniature
Keywords:general outlook, London Tower Bridge
London Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge that was built between 1886 and 1894. The bridge crosses the River Thames, which is close to the Tower of London and has been an iconic symbol of the said place. This tower bridge is occasionally confused with London Bridge, which is situated approximately 0.5 miles (0.80 km) upstream. London Tower Bridge is one of the five London bridges that are now owned and maintained by the Bridge House Estates, which is a charitable trust overseen by the City of London Corporation. Quantitative analysis was the research method of design utilized in this study. The participants of the study sampled 10 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics teachers and 10 4th-year Civil Engineering students who assess the level of acceptability in terms of the floor plan, procedural methodology, construction materials, and presentation by using a t-test. The distinguished findings of the study in terms of the floor plan, procedural methodology, construction materials, and presentation were highly acceptable. The assessment of the two groups of respondents showed no significant difference in the level of acceptability. To make a clean floor plan, the floor plan and miniature must have an accurate measurement, the construction materials, such as cement or bricks, are durable. Results showed that the project can be improved as follows: the project as floor plan needs to include the exact measurements and details, durable materials such as cement/bricks should be added, DC motors with gear materials should be used to support the durability of the project, use an appropriate pencil should be used, and wirings should be hidden.