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Design Requirements 1 Performance specifications D Must be battery powered D The driving distance must be 10 yards. D The car will have cover on the top of the car. W Drive more than 10 yards. W the car can control by a remote W Car can be powered by gas/air 2 Geometry D The whole car must measure up to 6 inches going horizontal. D The car must measure up to 3 inches going vertical W Adding up 3 more inches on the car going vertical 3 .Materials D Up to seven pieces of pop stick, four plastic bottle caps wheels, one battery, one rubber band, grill sticks, on/off switcher, small electric motor and hot glue. W A remote. 4 Energy D The car is powered by a battery W The car is powered by a gas/air 5 Time D The car will be made in one month. W The car will be made less than a month. 6 Cost D The cost will be up to 50$ W Cost more than 50$ 7 Manufacture D Must be manufactured using tools that are need it for the project. W Should use more tools for the project 8 Standards D The car must be able to move W Should have a reverse feature. 9 Safety D The car will meet the safely standards 10 Transport D Must to fit into a 7x7 small box. W Must fit into any box
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11 Ergonomics D People in the group will do their part in class and out of class W Adding more roles in the group. 12 Weight D Must weigh up to four pounds Should weigh less than five pounds. Alternative concepts Although the diagram below seems vague, the idea behind the diagram was to power the vehicle with a rubber band. This rubber band would serve as the energy generator for this vehicle. After
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  • Fall '19
  • Automobile, Recyclable materials, Fuel cell, plastic bottle, Bottle cap

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