Week 4 - Stirling power engine

Week 4 - Stirling power engine - Swinburne University of...

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Swinburne University of Technology Engineering and Industrial Sciences Subject – HES4350 Mechanical Systems Design Stirling Power Generator by Matthew DeBrincat 6164811 Mechanical Engineering/Business Jiadi Wu 6165028 Mechanical Engineering Priestly Maniphet 6165575 Mechanical Engineering Group Number: 4 Date due: 10:30am, Wednesday, 21 st October, 2009 Lecturer: Tim Waterman Student Engineer Signatures: (your signature acknowledges that you have read this project report and agree with contributions of each team member as show in table-A, ‘contributions of each team member’ – If you have a concern about signing contact the Lecturer immediately) Sign ............................... Date ………………….. Sign ............................... Date ………………….. Sign ............................... Date ………………….. 1
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Contributions of Each Team Member : Matthew DeBrincat Jiadi Wu Priestly Maniphet Cover Page CP CP CP Contents 1.0 Mission Statement 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 2.0 Customer Needs 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 2.1 2.1 3.0 Product Specifications - Target 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.1,4. 3 4.1,4.2,4.3 4.1,4.2,4.3 4.0 Concept Generation 5.0 Concept Selection 6.0 Product Architecture 7.0 Prototyping 8.0 Detail Design 9.0 Product Specifications – Final 10.0 Design for Manufacture 11.0 Product Development Economics 12.0 Recommendations Acknowledgements: References: Appendix 1 Project Plan i ii iii vi i iivii i ii iv v Project Execution i i Appendix 2 Project Team Presentation - preparation 1a&m 2a&m, 3a&m, 4a&m, 5a&m Appendix 3 Project Meeting Agendas and Minutes Appendix 4 etc. (Other Appendices - Optional appendices as explained in lecture notes, and peripheral information not essential to the core reading of the report, eg. rough sketches, catalogue extracts, data, etc.) Table-A Contributions of Each Team Member Submit: 2 bound hard copies and full electronic copy on disc (which includes meeting agendas/minutes) (no need to print out meeting agendas/minutes) 2
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1.0 Mission Statement 1.1 Description Silent, Eco-friendly power generator 1.2 Key Business Goals Product released 3Q of 2011 10% share of the generator market by 2014 Producing a product which is cheaper than its competitors Producing a product which is better for the environment than its competitors. 50% gross profit margin 1.3 Target Market Primary People in rural communities People in high risk disaster zones Secondary Emergency services Holidayers/campers 1.4 Assumptions Portable (ie. Can be moved from place to place by 1 person) Constraints Powered by a Stirling engine Manufactured in Australia 1.5 Stakeholders Success Failure Designers An efficient, reliable product is designed. The product is more environmentally friendly than its competitors. The product is inefficient and unreliable.
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