Tech Memo - Project 2 (2)

# Tech Memo - Project 2 (2) - Why • How will the actual...

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Technical Memorandum To: Professor Michael Moreno; Professor Yifeng Ren ENGR 111 Track A – Section 518 From: Spencer Montgomery Group 24 - #2 Subject: Project #2 – Car Stunt Design Date: 11/8/2011 SUMMARY Define the task Specify the objectives of the task Purpose and scope of the project Predict which car will have greater v 0 . Explain METHOD Technical Approach A description of project activities and how/why you did them Identify and outline a solution method and/or an experimental procedure Discuss your car designs. Include pictures of your cars. Which set of tires do you recommend to use and why? PROCEDURE i. Table of original data ii. Analysis RESULTS AND DISCUSION i. Actual Measured Speed ii. Calculated Speeds iii. Comparison How will the actual takeoff speed v 0 differ from the ideal takeoff speed?

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Unformatted text preview: Why? • How will the actual range of a car differ from the ideal range? Why? • Reports and discusses the results of implementing the solution and/or the estimated parameters from the measurements CONCLUSION • State conclusions and provide recommendations • You should refer to the information in the appendix within the main body of your memo. Appendix: Use PHYS-218 knowledge to • Determine the ideal takeoff speed v in terms of given parameters (see Fig.1) • Determine the ideal range (horizontal distance D) your car will travel after takeoff in terms of given parameters (see Fig.1)- Ignore air resistance and energy losses due to friction- Provide detailed calculations of the ideal takeoff speed v and the ideal range....
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