|Project Summary||Project Information|
Creating an engaging and interactive method of teaching filter concepts to the Mechanical Engineering department's System Dynamics concepts was identified as a significant area of need, which warranted this project's inception. The purpose of Project 13361 is to completely develop and document the production of a complete laboratory experience identifying filter concepts in both the hardware and software domains. Student interactivity and a balance of moderate difficulty with practical feasibility are major components of a successfully implemented project.
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|Ethan Flow||Project Manager (ME)|
|Ryan Hare||Design Engineer (EE)|
|Bardia Ghajari||Software Engineer (EE)|
|Francisco Saravia||Hardware Engineer (EE)|
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|MSD I||MSD II||Reference|
The design team would like to thank the following for their assistance during the design process:
- - Dr. Mark Kempski
- - Dr. Kathleen Lamkin-Kennard
- - Dr. Vincent Amuso
- - Dr. Sohail Dianat
- - Peter Goebel