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    A merican  U niversity of  B eirut   Fall 2006-2007 MECH 200   Lab 2 Reverse Engineering Instructor: Ahmad Farshoukh
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    Assessment of Team  Effectiveness based on the  Final Report The Teams are ideally made up of four (4) team  members  based on the following four (4) Team  Functions:
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                    Defining/Documenting      Assessment 1. Form the problem statement                   Precisely define ‘top level’ requirements based on the  recognizing constraints & limits      contest rules of choice (i.e. need variable power motor,       adjustable gearing system, front wheel alignment, ..)       Capture this in a Mission Statement placed on Pg. 1       of report. 2. Scheduling and planning                             Develop & update complete & meaningful MS Project              Place MS Project in  Appendix ‘A’  1. Management of Manpower              Lead the team to meet project timely deliverables  (including disseminate information       through Team-held Design Reviews & Other. Weekly in  and flow of communications amongst        meeting minutes should be included as  Appendix “B”   members       in final report. 1. Literature Search                        Literature Review of Comparable Products 1. Report documentation       Overall Report Quality, format, & Completeness (provide        both a quality printed copy as well as a soft copy (CD-       ROM) containing ALL CAD & Analysis data Function I:    Mr. Manager or “The Big Wig”  Function I:    Mr. Manager or “The Big Wig” 
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    Function II:  Mr. Systems or “The Big Picture Guy” Function II:  Mr. Systems or “The Big Picture Guy”         Formulating Solution   Assessment 1. Define design parameters and flow        Detailed Product Specification (Product          requirements into product specs.                      Requirement Document, PRD): Identify  Translate requirements (verbiage) into                    the contest leg(s) of strategic interest  engineering specification (numbers)  and technical requirement (i.e.  obstacle  negotiation contest  : need  x torque  N.m, min. wheel diameter, C.G. off the floor, ..).  Place Detailed PRD in the report’s  Appendix”C 2. Product Configuration (Architecture)              Detailed Product Definition: Configuration  Tree (assigned part & assembly numbers)  3. Identify alternative scenarios &                  Complete & Meaningful Pugh Matrix  Select potential solution 4.
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