|Project Summary||Project Information|
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The purpose of this project is to design a universal data recording device to monitor the health of a Dresser-Rand compressor during operation. In particular, this device must be able to operate in a hazardous environment where traditional wired solutions are difficult or even impossible to implement. It will also need to record analog data from a variety of sensors, at multiple predefined sampling rates.
The previous iteration of this project was able to wirelessly transmit shaft vibration data, while mounted on a moving component of the compressor, but was unable to prove that that the timestamps for particular samples were synchronized with the data points. For this next iteration of the design, two new devices shall be developed which improve upon the previous design in size, weight, and flexibility of configuration. The first device shall be able to function in a harsh environment (high temperature, pressure, oil, vibration). The second device shall function in normal laboratory conditions, but on a miniature scale.
|Bryan Meyers||Team Leader / CEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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