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    REFERENCE e. Final Proposed Design Evan This section of the design report describes the final design your team intends to construct in senior design 2 for testing relative to your design requirements. In your final proposed design section you MUST have: Overall system block diagram Block diagrams of all subsystems Detailed schematics Explanation of how it works CAD Drawings (again, extensive part drawings and assemblies should be placed in an appendix) Software for your design (i.e. Flowchart showing

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    sat in the front row, laid my notebook on the desk, turned to a new page and wrote in the first line: “August 26th, 2017, ENGI120 first class”. Sitting on the chair with my back up straight, I waited for a traditional lecture on the engineering design process. Dr. Wettergreen, who later became one of the most important mentors I have ever had, was already standing in front of the podium, his white shirt buttoned up to

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    NASA CRANE DESIGN The NASA crane was meant for us to work together and build teamwork skills. The idea of the project was for us to work together to build a crane that would lift a certain amount of weight. The designs were for the most part unique. We had to decide how we were going to build our crane so it was strong enough support wise. To everything there is probably something you like and you dislike, but you learn things from it no matter what. There are many things I enjoyed about this project

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    his animal friends gathered into Mud Creek, the lowest part of the farm and were safe. At the end, they find the barn destroyed and they rebuild it. How can the barn be rebuilt so that it can withstand a tornado and the animals can be safe inside? Design Challenge: Build a Better Barn! Students will use steps of the

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    fastest speed. These factors will define the vehicle’s efficiency. This vehicle can be built out of any materials except premade kits, chemicals, or explosives. The Engineering Design Process When designing a robot or vehicle, the process used to build the device is called the Engineering Design Process. This process begins with identifying the problem. Once the problem has been identified, research will take place. During research, constraints must be taken into account and ways to work around

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    Working on the RiFSK has been a journey. Among tight deadlines, an onslaught of constructive criticism, and extensive experimentation, the class was mentally straining, yet fulfilling. I genuinely feel that the class came together to create something worthwhile, and I am lucky to have made my own contributions to our project. First and foremost, my responsibility lied with the Coordination and Website group. Distributing tasks among the whole class was essential to both distributing the workload

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    Constraints are vital for any type of design project. While you do not want too many of them within your project, they are inevitable and should be worked around accordingly. Most of the constraints we will face involve resources and time. We have a limited budget and all of our group members have busy schedules. While these constraints will conflict with the abstract properties of the system, they are very important to prepare for during the design process. Thus, we carefully determined and listed

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    Why or why not? No i think we did really good in the battles we lost because are peace fell off. Design vs. Programming - In your opinion, which item (design or programming) proved to be more valuable? Defend your answer. The program is more important than the build if good bot not good program you would fall off the edge. What was the biggest challenge you or your group overcame

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    Ethics Intellectual Report

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    DESIGNING BRIDGE3 2.2 THE DESIGN PROBLEM4 3: LEGISLATION AND ETHICS CODES4 3.1 THE ETHICS CODES OF DESIGN A BRIDGE4 3.2 GENERAL EHTICS CODES OF DESIGN A BRIDGE5 3.3 SAFETY DURING CONSTRUCTION5 3.4 SAFETY IN USE6 3.5 SUSTAINABILITY 6 3.6 RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY6 3.7 EXAMPLE OF BRIDGES ACCIDENTS IN USA7 4: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 7 4.1 COPYRIGHT……………………………………………………………………………………………...…..7

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    Introduction We conducted our design review on Friday, May 13, 2016 with our professors and the other teams from our DTC section in Room G205 of the Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center at 2:30 P.M. We presented the problem we were tasked with solving, our client’s and user’s needs, and our mock-up design, the “Triple Threat”. The Triple Threat is a system that places a structure that holds three rolls of netting, one on the top and one along each side, next to a row of up 20 vehicles (see

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