|Project Summary||Project Information|
Click on the following link for the P16680 Project Readiness Package. The goal of this year’s project is to design and fabricate a system for oil and bagging nozzle assemblies other than the CFM nozzle that the previous MSD project team (P15680) focused on. This new team is tasked with adapting the system to accommodate different size nozzles, add computer controls for oil pressure and spray duration, and, as a stretch goal, automatically bag the nozzle after draining. This new system should have easily interchangeable tooling to support a variety of nozzle assemblies while still meeting the needs of the 2015 project. Each part number has its own fixture and oil spray duration and pressure.
Advanced Atomization Technologies A Parker Aerospace & GE Joint Venture 124 Columbia Street Clyde, NY 14433 USA
|Philip Couturier||Controls Systems (EE)||email@example.com|
|Samantha Orlando||Systems Design (ME)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jessica Reed||Purchasing (ME)||email@example.com|
|Maria King||Project Manager (ISE)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nicole Anklam||Systems Integration (EE)||email@example.com|
|Bryce Mowers||Manufacturing (ME)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
Final Deliverables for MSD IRequirements
- Engineering Requirements
- Customer Requirements
- Click here for CF6-80 Fixture Drawing (Rev 2).
- Click here for CF34 Fixture Drawing (Rev 0).
- Click here for GE90 Fixture Drawing (Rev 0).
- Click here for GP7200 Fixture Drawing (Rev 0).
- Click here for Passport 20 Fixture Drawing (Rev 0).
- Click here for Chamber Drawing (Rev 0).
- Click here for Final MSD I Gantt Chart.
- Click here for Final Risk Management Chart.
- Click here for team norms and values.
- The team used checklists to make all team members' progress visible.Click here for an example checklist.
- Presentations should always begin with a list of outstanding action items for the customer
- Presentations should begin with an overall conception of the project, so that any guests can understand the project easily.
- Design reviews should be practiced with your guide in advance.
- Establish a communication system with your customer. Agree on a maximum response time between e-mails or phone calls.
- Engineering requirements may not be immediately present in the PRP. The team needs to ask the customer details about what is required. Your engineering requirements can and will change during the course of the project.
- All stakeholders should be involved early, including those who will operate the system in use.
- Professors are very helpful resources.
- Don't be afraid to ask team members questions if you don't understand what's going on.
- Calculations should be validated by hand to ensure accuracy.
- Schematics and diagrams should be very clear. For this reason, it is better to use EDGE than to present with Power Point.
- Search for resources around campus. The team reserved space in the EE design lab, but did not know that it was available ahead of time.
- Establishing a folder on Google drive is very helpful for simultaneously editing documents.
- Be able to visually show the customer where you are in terms of risk. Focus on the most important risks during Design Reviews, and have a plan to mitigate them. Make sure your mitigation plan is included in your Gantt Chart.
- The team could have met more often to discuss things in person. We should also set aside more time outside of class to specifically work on Senior Design. Next semester, this change will be made.
- It was not very helpful to extend the Preliminary Detailed Design phase. There was some useful feedback from that review that could have been implemented sooner.
- There should be more visibility to the resources available on campus. We secured space in the EE lab but found out on accident that we could do this.
- The problem definition and subsystems design phases could potentially be shortened to allow for time for complete design work.
Final Deliverables for MSDIIProject Plan
Bill of Materials
MSD II Feedback
Table of Contents
|MSD I & II||MSD I||MSD II|
- Dave Dewispelaere and Advanced Atomization Technologies