Impact Recording Device Research Project

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Impact Recording Device Project BRAE 128 11/2/10 Shelsie Kloepper, Riley Way, Kerilyn Ambrosini and Matt Phillips
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract 3 Introduction 4 Procedures 4-5 Results 5-8 Discussion 9 Recommendations 9 References 10 2
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Abstract: Our objective of this project is to set up Cal Poly’s IRD devices and run tests in the crop unit packing line to verify functionality and consistency. The results showed that the devices are consistent and can seriously aid the producer in maximizing quality and minimizing cost. 3
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Introduction: Our purpose is to use the Techmark Impact Recording Device (IRD) to analyze the magnitude of impact of the fruit being handled on the Cal Poly Crop Science packing line. Also, it is to set up the PCIRD Impact Analysis Software in order to test the accuracy of the results of the impact device. The main task is to create a clear and concise guide for future students to use the software and the IRD. The Impact Recording Device (IRD) is the internationally known device that is used for the detection
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course BRAE 128 taught by Professor Richardcavaletto during the Fall '10 term at Cal Poly.

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