Integrated System Build & Test
Table of Contents
Team Vision for Integrated System Build & Test Phase
This cycle, the team planned to:
- Continue to manufacture subsystem components with the goal 70% completion
- Further develop the microprocessor control system such that it can be integrated into the frame during cycle 9
- Wire the gear-motor power circuit with the goal passing safety inspection and spinning the motor via the motor controller
This cycle, the team accomplished:
- We are very near our goal of 70% subsystem component manufacturing completion.
- The microprocessor control system is nearly ready to be integrated into the system during cycle 9. The motor control interface has yet to be tested
- The power circuit for the gear-motor was wired and inspected by Ryan Crittenden of RIT FMS
- The motor was successfully operated manually (in both forward and reverse directions) and the safety interlock switch functionality was verified
Test Results Summary
Inputs & Source
- Test Plan
- Subsystem fabrication
Outputs & Destination
- Test Results
- System integration
Risk and Problem TrackingRisk Management Document Note: New risks are highlighted in orange; newly mitigated risks are highlighted in light green; and previously mitigated risks are highlighted in dark green.
Bill of Materials (BOM)View xlsx
Updated CAD Model
Software Command and System Timing Processes
Arduino Instruction Set DesignView xlsx
System TimingSystem Timing Steps
Our goal for next phase is to have the system integration nearly complete such that subsystems are mounted on the frame and all system control is conducted through the GUI. Ideally a shock would be mounted in the dyno for the demonstration but that is dependent on time to finish welding the actuation and mast mounts after subsystems have been fitted to the frame.
Note: Schedule critical path is highlighted in red.