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Wk 4 F10 MAE100 Dsn-Teams-Car Proj

Wk 4 F10 MAE100 Dsn-Teams-Car Proj - MAE 100 Introduction...

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1 MAE 100 Introduction to Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Special Issues Textbook code and access to website --Homework due Friday at beginning of Lab Lab 1 in ISTB2-299 Quiz online? How many had trouble? Quiz for this week Estimation Today’s Lecture Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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2 Studying for the Quiz Outline the major points in the reading Review lecture slides Outline of major concepts Key words and definitions Internalize key models and processes Design Process Steps Team Spirit Model Stages of Team Formation Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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3 MAE 100 Introduction to Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Week 4: Design and Teamwork Model Race Car Project Description Design Process Teamwork Homework Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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Project Description 3 to 4 students per team Design/Build/Test a model race car To go 50 feet in a 10-foot wide lane At the fastest time 1 st with battery power, 2 nd with solar power Must be able to switch on and off Must be able to switch between battery and solar array Components provided Switches, axles, solar array, battery holder, electric motor Assorted gears and wheels Team provides chassis and solar array mount Winners get bonus points Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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Example Car
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 6 Kyocera Mini Solar Panel
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 7 12-V DC Johnson Motor Small 0.94" Dia. x 1.21"L Johnson motor operates from 6VDC up to 24VDC and features a 0.08" Dia. x 0.40"L shaft. has 2 color coded flexible 1.5"L leads with "push on" quick connect terminals. Brand new! Manufactured by Johnson. G14072
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 8 9-V Battery, Snap, & Toggle Switch
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 9 Gears
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 10 Wheels 3 sets of wheels: 50-mm, 38-mm, and 25-mm
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 11 Large and Small Washers
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 12 Wood Dowel Note: Each group will receive only 1 dowel (4 mm).
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Copyright P.E. Phelan, ASU 13 Other Supplies Each group will be required to furnish their own materials for their car body. We will provide glue, rubber bands, and perhaps other incidental materials that all can use.
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14 MAE 100 Introduction to Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Week 4: Design and Teamwork Model Race Car Project Description Design Process Teamwork Homework Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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Engineering Design References There are a number of good textbooks on design. This lecture uses the following: Engineering Design, Rudolf J. Eggert, Pearson, 2005 AlliedSignal Aerospace engineers developed a process for design called Integrated Product Delivery and Support (IPDS). The author was on the team that developed this process. Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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Engineering Design Definition The set of decision-making processes and activities used to determine the form of an object given the function desired by the customer. (Eggert, p. 2) “Form Follows Function” Design Function Form Copyright S. W. Trimble, ASU
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Analysis vs. Design Activity : Analysis Design Solution:
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