Test Bench Designs:
This test bench was found in the article,
"Measurement Method for Image Stabilizing Systems" by Golik
This test bench was our own design with the device
sitting on top of the machine.
Top view of a proposed design for the housing. This
is where all components will be located with the exception
of the battery.
Side view of the same proposed design for the
The top left is showing the high level flow of our
system. The top right and both bottom diagrams are showing
the components that could be used to complete the
identified high level flow. The three component diagrams
are based on our final concept alternatives.
We evaluated some of our possible solutions for each
sub-function to create a condensed Morph Table to then use
to develop concept alternatives.
Below are the four alternatives that we developed
through Morphological Analysis.
Concept Selection: Pugh Matrix
Concept 3 is the datum.
Based on the results, we chose to do a second
iteration with Concept 1 as our datum to compare Concepts 2
and 3. We chose to not continue with Concept 4.
Based on the results, we have 2 feasible concepts:
Concept 1 and 3. The decision that still needs to be made
is between analog and digital; we are still waiting to hear
back from our customer with respect to this issue.
Systems Design Review
- Investigate Response Time Analysis
- Investigate Cost Analysis
- Conduct Frequency Testing of Gyroscope versus
- Conduct Round 2 of Frequency Test to find target
range (within group)
- Search Patent Limitations
- NST Update first draft due to Dr. Schrlau by Oct. 9
- Correct Functional Decomposition (verb noun)
- Correct System Architecture (thing/object)
- Site references for 1-20 Hz Frequency range for NST
- Investigate future adjustability
- Refine test bench design
- Consider changing risk assessment by giving higher
weight to safety concerns
- Investigate heat dissipation needs
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