Preliminary Detailed Design
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Preliminary Detailed Design Review Agenda
- Fixes from Systems Design Review and Outstanding Issues
- Sub-Systems Design Reviews
- Full System level Review
- Plans for next phase
Team Vision for Preliminary Detailed Design PhaseSummarize: The team vision for this phase was to bring the 3-D model to 75% completion and to have more concrete solutions for problems found in the systems design review. This included determining and then prioritizing high risk items, such as decisions that influenced multiple subsystems.
Storage and Removal of MaterialsMet with Jan Maneti, Operations Manager for ME dept., on 11/2/16 regarding the storage and disposal of additional composite materials in the proposed quantities (few 10 lb rolls of fiber and a few gallons of resin) by the team will have a minimal impact on the current running costs already associated with the formula team's composite program.
It was also confirmed in this meeting that the electrical capacity of the circuits in the Formula Team's composite lab is 110v 20A service.
PRP>Customer Requirements>Engineering Requirements flow
The PRP has been amended and reviewed with the customer as shown in the document below. This aided in removing mis-information provided in the PRP and ensuring. Customer Requirements and Engineering requirements have been updated per the document below.
Revised Customer Requirements
Revised Engineering Requirements
Revised Systems Architecture
Full Assembly (Current State)
Bill of Material (BOM)
Output and DestinationCompleted BoM and Budget
- Well within $2,000 budget requirement
- Some minor components (washers, fasteners, etc.) may still need to be added, but only expecting small change in price
- Further cost reduction through raw materials that Formula team has and access to the teams material sponsor for discounts and gifts-in-kind.
PurposeThe test plan below is a full system test plan that attempts to help better understand the behavior of the machine and the effect of resin content on tube strength.
The sum of the importances for this phase is 121, where the sum for the previous phase was 151. Although this is not a large change, many risks were added after consulting SMEs and beginning more in-depth analysis of the individual subsystems.