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Documents that are related to the ME Lab Hardware design process.

Functional Decomposition

funcdecomp.doc
 Functional Decomposition

Functional Decomposition

Brain Storming

Demonstrate Gravity

Demonstrate Centripetal Acceleration

hold/let go, servo, mechanical trigger, labview

Demonstrate Curvilinear Motion

Brain Storming Sketches and Benchmarking

 Sketch of the Gate System

Sketch of the Gate System

 Sketch of the Magnetic System

Sketch of the Magnetic System

Calculations of the Free Fall Experiment
 Sketch of the Vertical Experiment Apparatus

Sketch of the Vertical Experiment Apparatus

Benchmarking for Curvilinear and Rotation Experiments

Benchmarking for Lab Sensors

 Sketch of the Spiral Apparatus

Sketch of the Spiral Apparatus

Benchmarking for Centripetal Acceleration Experiment
 Sketch of the Centripetal Acceleration Apparatus

Sketch of the Centripetal Acceleration Apparatus

Calculations for Centripetal Acceleration
 Centripetal Acceleration Apparatus Calculations

Centripetal Acceleration Apparatus Calculations

Benchmarking for the Lab Test Stand
Benchmarking for Spring Stand Experiment
Calculations for Spring Stand Experiment

 Sketch of the Apparatus With All Experiments

Sketch of the Apparatus With All Experiments

 Sketch of the Telescoping Rod

Sketch of the Telescoping Rod

 Sketch of the Track System

Sketch of the Track System

Benchmarking for Lab Sensors - 2
Benchmarking for Video Logging Devices

Pugh

 Pugh Chart of the Vertical, Centripetal, and Curvilinear Experiments

Pugh Chart of the Vertical, Centripetal, and Curvilinear Experiments

 Pugh Chart Comparing the Apparatus With All Experiments

Pugh Chart Comparing the Apparatus With All Experiments

Risk Assessment

 Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

Work Breakdown Structure

Work Breakdown Structure Timeline
Work Breakdown Structure Gantt Chart

Systems Design Review

SDR 1/20/2012

gate/magnet etc – does this complexity add any value or just add costs? You don’t need simultaneous release for the free fall experiment – just letting go and getting data between intervals of measurements would be sufficient

errors, data acquisition mechanism etc.

Drawing Review 1 2/8/2012

In attendance: Prof. Hathaway, Dr. Hensel, Prof. Wellin, Sarah and all team members

Drawing Review 2 2/10/2012

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