P10202: LV1 Motor Module Manufacturability (Land Vehicle 1 Motor Module)
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Motor Module Manufacturability

Project Summary Project Information

For a current project description, click on the following link for the Project Readiness Package. More detailed information will be discussed in class with your Guide and Customer.

The mission of this project is to produce multiple motor modules at a reasonable price, and to develop those modules so they are compatible with hardware from past and concurrent MSD projects. The modules are to be designed with mass manufacturing in mind, and be robust enough to withstand repeated usage by students.

LV1 Motor Module

LV1 Motor Module

Project Name
Motor Module Manufacturability
Project Number
P10202
Project Family
Modular, Scalable Open Architecture Robotic Platform
Track
Vehicle Systems and Technologies
Start Term
2009-2
End Term
2009-3
Faculty Guide
Phil Bryan (ME)
Industry TA
Leo Farnand (EE)
Faculty Consultant
Professor George Slack (EE)
Primary Customer
Dr. Ed Hensel

Project Planning

Project Planning Page

Senior Design I Deliverables

Senior Design II Deliverables

Engineering Drawings:

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Name Discipline Role / Skills
Kenneth Smith Mechanical Engineering Project Manager. Responsible for redesign of motor module
Caleb Peterson Mechanical Engineering Integration Manager. Responsible for redesign of motor module
Nick Rinaldi Industrial Engineering Responsible for cost reduction analysis of new module design. Must work in conjunction with MEs to ensure manufacturability
Angel Gutierrez Industrial Engineering Responsible for cost reduction analysis of new module design. Must work in conjunction with MEs to ensure manufacturability
Andrew Eller Electrical Engineering Responsible for integration of electronic components from past and concurrent projects
Planning Concept Level Design System Level Design

Mission Statement

Customer Constraints

Preliminary Customer Needs

Required Resources

Staffing Requirements

Preliminary Work Breakdown Structure

Team Values and Norms

Intellectual Property Considerations

Grading and Assessment Scheme

Identify Customer Needs

Establish Target Specifications

Generate Product Concepts

Select Product Concept(s)

Test Product Concept(s)

Set Final Specifications

Concept Design Review Documents (SD I)

Detailed Design Review Documents (SD I)

Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD I)

Technical Conference Publication (SD II)

Poster Publication (SD II)

Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD II)

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