P11022: VAD Reduction of Wired Content for Signal and Power Transmission
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The objective of the Transcutaneous Signal Transmission Project (11022) is to design a transmission system to safely and effectively transfer power and control signal from the external power supply and controls to the Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD). The original design called for a percutaneous cable consisting of 23 wires with a diameter of 8mm. The objective is to reduce the overall diameter of the cable and the number of physical wires.

Project Name
Transcutaneous Signal transmission for Left Ventricular Assist Device(LVAD)
Project Number
P11022
Project Family
Biomedical Device Development
Track
Assistive Device and Bioengineering
Start Term
2011-1
End Term
2011-2
Faculty Guide
Edward Hanzlik
Faculty Consultant
Dr. Steven Day / Edward Hanzlik
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Primary Customer
Dr. Steven Day / Dr. ShanBao Cheng

Team Members

Yevgeniy Popovskiy Vince Antonicelli Craig LaMendola Chrystal Andreozzi
Computer Engineer Electrical Engineer Mechanical Engineer Mechanical Engineer
Eugene Vince Craig LaMendola Chyrs

Engineering Pages

Mechanical Engineering Documentation Electrical Engineering Documentation

Mechanical Engineering Web Page

Electrical Engineering Web Page

Senior Design II Weekly Task List

Task List Web Page

Team Documents

Planning Concept Level Design System Level Design

Mission Statement

Project Summary 11022

Work Breakdown Structure

Team Values and Norms

Team Values and Norms Evaluation

MSD I Schedule

MSD I Plan vs. Execution

MSD II Schedule

MSD II Plan vs. Execution Microsoft Project

MSD II Plan vs. Execution Documentation

Bill Of Materials

Agreement Between Team 11022 and Team 11021

Customer Needs

Customer Needs Plan Comparison

Campatablitity with Team 11021

Engineering Specification

Engineering Specification Comparison

Signal Details

Risk Assessment

Risk Comparison(MSDII)

Risk Comparison

Generate Product Concepts

Concept Generation of Chip

Select Product Concept(s)

Test Plan

Set Final Specifications

System Level Review Documents(MSD I)

Design Review Packet(MSD I)

System Level Review Presentation(MSD I)

Detailed Design Presentation(MSD I)

Action Items From Detailed Design Review

Technical Conference Publication(MSD II)

Poster Publication (SD II)

Finial Design Review Presentation (MSD II)

Bill of Materical

Test Results

Test Reults Web Page

Project Anylization

Resommendations for Future Project Combined

Recommendations

Success and Failures

Lessions Learned

Wrap-Up Documentation

Wrap-Up Documentation