Engineering 112 design notebook

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1 Design Notebook Engineering 112-518 Team 13 contact info: Kasandra Cerda [email protected] Nadine Akari [email protected] Brandon Swearingen [email protected] Bradley Petras [email protected]
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2 Table of Contents 1 Cover Page 2 Table of Contents 3 Code of cooperation 4 Design process assignment 1 5 Meeting logs 6 Possible Design Aspects/Solutions 7 Decision Process for Final Design 8 New Design Solutions 9 Functional block Diagram 10 Index
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3 Code of Cooperation 1. Show up to meetings 2. Ask for help whenever needed. 3. At Least one weekly meeting every Wednesday at 4 4. Maintain communication through GroupMe 5. Maintain a safe environment to ask questions 6. Create to-do lists for assignments 7. Rotate responsibility of turning in projects/ assignments 8. Don’t force workload on one person 9. Mutually agree on assignment distribution 10. If intervention is required, go directly to source.
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4 Design notebook 1. What functions your device must provide: a. read the barcode from four cards and determine the pellet mix specified by those four cards b. Deliver the mix of pellets specified by the combination of the four cards into the well. c. complete set of the pellet mix must be introduced into the well 3x over a 10 min period with a minimum of a 20 second gap between deliveries d. If there are insufficient pellets available for the specified mix, no pellets should be dispensed, and an alarm signal provided. e. energy efficient f. design should perform a check on the pellets and discard the chemical stabilization pellets 2. What constraints are imposed on device: a. sort pellets correctly according to size, weight, color, and materials b. must be energy efficient c. must be dispense pellets as specified by the barcode d. must not jam or lose track of pellets 3. Engineering specifications: a. Specific barcode value that determines a certain number of pellets.
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