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Project OverviewThe growing energy needs and expensive energy costs of RIT's campus will be addressed by one of the possible solutions from the novel LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting systems. This motivate the students to work exciting and challenging their knowledges in LED lighting project. Various lighting applications at RIT will be the end goal of this project. RIT will be a sponsor because can get benefits of energy costs and gains a new technology innovation. RIT will be a pioneer in making a green campus, economic and environmentally friendly. Also, RIT reputation go up among the universities. The primary objective of this project is to design and develop a LED lighting application by taking steps to modernize and optimize the current lighting industry. This particular projects focus on the Campact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) which is widely used across the RIT campus, and dorm. The aim of this project is to create a LED Lamp to replace the current CFL model. The design team will first be evaluating current lighting applications and then shifting their efforts to the design and creation of a new lighting application. The primary deliverables from this project phase will be:
- Use renewable energy resources for power supply in LED lighting fixtures
- Incorporating an intelligent storage of power
- Develop RIT as a pioneer campus that is both environmentally sustainable and energy efficient.
- Establish RIT as a green campus with less pollution
- Saving on Electric Bills in the future (years)
- LED lighting bulbs should be recyclable for NY state policies and practices
- Lasting for a longer life than current lighting systems
Needed: 2 ME, 2 EE, 1 ISE and 1 BUS
Contact: WIN MAUNG (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Sponsor||Compact Fluorescent Lamp||LED Lamp|
- Project Name
- LED Lighting Technologies
- Project Number
- Project Family
- Sustainable Entrepreneurial Venture
- Sustainable Products, Systems, and Technologies Track
- Start Term
- 2007-2 for MSD1
- End Term
- 2007-3 for MSD2
- Faculty Guide
- Dr. Robert Stevens (ME)-not confirmed
- Faculty Consultant
- Dr. Vincent Amuso(EE)
- Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Win Maung (ME Student)
- Primary Customer
- Davis Harris(RIT Facilities Management)
- Customer contact information
- POSITION: Director of Facilities Services
- PHONE: (585)475-2060
- Email: email@example.com
- Secondary Customer
- Dr. Vincent Amuso (EE)
- Customer contact information
- POSITION: Department Head-Associate Professor
- OFFICE: 09-3109
- PHONE: (585)475-2165
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD II)