design lab part 3

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Olivia Nixon Dr. Crockett Engineering 110 9 November 2009 Design Lab Part 3 Requirements 1. Target customer—People who have showers with curtains. This product will be mainly purchased by the main user/owner of the shower although all people who use the shower will likely use our product so must be “easy” to use. 2. Customer requirements—keeps shower curtain closed, keeps water inside of shower, shower still has to be accessible, has to be simple enough so a 9 year old child can use it, Price cannot exceed $20 for a set of 2 (one for each side of shower) 3. 10 quantitative requirements— a. Has to be water-proof b. Cannot be made of material that will rust or corrode c. Cannot cause damage to shower/wall d. Has to be adaptable to any shower and shower curtain e. When attached to the wall it cannot be wider (stick out from the wall) than 3 inches f. Has to be detachable from the shower curtain and wall g. Has to be able to withstand temperatures from 0°C to 100°C (freezing to boiling)
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENGR 110 taught by Professor Cardinal during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly.

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