P15681: Test Chamber Calibration Fluid Exhaust System
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Testing

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Project Testing

In the course of designing our product, we have had to test several different aspects of the design. Below are a couple of examples of what we have been testing. You can also see all of the videos and recordings, or you can look at the test plans and data sheets. Each test was designed to be based off of the engineering requirements that we designed in earlier stages of the project.
This photo shows the current breakdown of engineering requirements into test plans, and the current status of each.

This photo shows the current breakdown of engineering requirements into test plans, and the current status of each.

Measurement Subsystem

Here you can see the water droplet clearly falling, with an LED light at 110 degrees from the camera position. This was found to be one of the optimal angles to have the lights in relation to the camera.

Here you can see the water droplet clearly falling, with an LED light at 110 degrees from the camera position. This was found to be one of the optimal angles to have the lights in relation to the camera.

Here the water droplet can barely be seen falling, with an LED light at 180 degrees from the camera position. This was found to be one of the least optimal angles to have the lights in relation to the camera.

Here the water droplet can barely be seen falling, with an LED light at 180 degrees from the camera position. This was found to be one of the least optimal angles to have the lights in relation to the camera.

Fluids Subsystem

The Fluids test plans and results can be found in here
Here the Ge90 Nozzle is being tested at 1 atmosphere

Here the Ge90 Nozzle is being tested at 1 atmosphere

Here the Ge90 Nozzle is being tested at 1/2 atmosphere

Here the Ge90 Nozzle is being tested at 1/2 atmosphere

Chamber Subsystem

Here a heavy duty chemical glove is in the process of being inflated to 15 psi. This glove did not explode under the pressure.

Here a heavy duty chemical glove is in the process of being inflated to 15 psi. This glove did not explode under the pressure.

Here a Nitrile glove is in the process of being inflated to 15 psi. This glove did explode under the pressure, as can be seen starting to occur.

Here a Nitrile glove is in the process of being inflated to 15 psi. This glove did explode under the pressure, as can be seen starting to occur.


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