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Feasibility: Prototyping, Analysis, Simulation
The following graphs show the ranges of compliances that can be achieved from a tank of given dimensions by changing the height of the contained fluid. The results show that a wider range of values can be modeled with a larger surface area tank. However, increases in surface area leads to an increased cost of materials required.
Drawings, Schematics, Flow Charts, etc.
Bill of Materials (BOM)here
For the live excel version of the photo above click here.
For the live Risk Assessment click here.
Phase III ReviewOur presentation for this review can be found here.
The notes and subsequent action items gathered from the Subsystem Design Review can be found here.
|Planning & Execution||Problem Definition||Systems Design||Subsystem Design||Preliminary Detailed Design||Detailed Design|
|Build & Test Prep||Subsystem Build & Test||Integrated System Build & Test||Integrated System Build & Test with Customer Demo||Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation||Imagine RIT|