P18031: Accessible Motorcycle Sidecar
/public/

Subsystem Build & Test

Table of Contents

For this review, our goal is to update the customer on status and progress toward our final prototype and documentation package. We also hope to inform the customer on our plans and action items for the next phase.

Team Vision for Subsystem Level Build & Test Phase

For this review, the team's priority was to begin manufacturing of the sub-systems. The team also had plans to begin the paperwork regarding final documentation. Our team did accomplish all of our goals.
Types Deliverable Accountability Status Comments
Fabrication Body (frame & sheet weld) complete Jeremy Incomplete Phase 3
Fabrication Door (frame & sheet weld) complete Jeremy Incomplete Phase 3
Validation Subsystem functional demo complete Jeremy Incomplete Delay in Jigging order.
Validation Vibration Analysis Complete Matt Complete No problem in Vibration
Validation FMEA Matt Complete No problem in FMEA
Validation Bolt pattern check Dobhran Incomplete Delay in Jigging order.
Validation Fit check Dobhran Incomplete Delay in Jigging order.
Validation Center of gravity Jeremy Incomplete Delay in Jigging order.
Validation Adequate storage Dobhran Incomplete Delay in Jigging order.
Other deliverbles All drawings current & posted in WBS Dobhran Complete Mechanical Drawings updated
Process Problem Tracking Established Hiroki Complete Problems found
Process Risk Management and Chart updated Hiroki Complete 7 risk added
Process Budget Sheet updated Erol Complete Expense within budget
Process Project plan updated Hiroki Complete MSDII phase 3 plan created

Risk and Problem Tracking

Problem Tracking Sheet

Problem Tracking Sheet

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

Risk Chart

Risk Chart

Budget

The Budget as it curently stands is pretty constrained we have a budget of $2500 and we currently sit at $2462 taking into account the seat on order and $400 to paint the sidecar after fabrication and assembly. With only $37 left we looked into if there was an area where additional spending could occcur. After examining the test plans, materials for Imagine RIT, and the required parts left to fabricate there should be no additional costs beyond what is already planned in the budget or that can be grabbed from scrap metal in the shop.

Functional Demo Materials

JIG Long Member DWG

JIG Cross Member DWG

Welding Jig

Welding Jig

2/20/18 Frame

2/20/18 Frame

Validation

Test Plans
Validation Accountability Complete? Comment Document/Date
Vibration Analysis Matt Complete No problem in Vibration Vibration Analysis
FMEA Matt Complete No problem in FMEA Frame Analysis
Bolt Pattern Check Dobhran Incomplete Delay in Jigging order and assembly. 1 week delay. Bolt will be checked as soon as Tub is finished. Tub is planned to finish on 3/1. Later activity will be compressed (seat assembly and paint to meet phase 3 deadline). 2/26
Fit check Dobhran Incomplete Delay in Jigging order and assembly. 1 week delay. Tub will be fit checked as soon as Tub is finished. Tub is planned to finish on 3/1. Later activity will be compressed (seat assembly and paint to meet phase 3 deadline). 2/27
Center of gravity Jeremy Incomplete Delay in Jigging order and assembly. 1 week delay. Center of gravity will be checked as soon as Tub is finished. Tub is planned to finish on 3/1. Later activity will be compressed (seat assembly and paint to meet phase 3 deadline). 3/1
Adequate storage Dobhran Incomplete Delay in Jigging order and assembly. 1 week delay. This validation will happen as soon as Tub is finished. Tub is planned to finish on 3/1. Later activity will be compressed (seat assembly and paint to meet phase 3 deadline). 3/2

Phase 2 Plans

MSD II phase 2 plan

MSD II phase 2 plan

MSD II phase 2 individual plan

MSD II phase 2 individual plan

Link to schedule (PDF/MS project)

Member Individual Contributions Contribution Percentage
Erol Arican Budget, Part Orders (Jig, Seat, extra material), EDGE 18%
Dobhran Black Start Tech Paper, Update Drawings, Starting Process Sheet 18%
Jeremy Davin Jig, Cutting, bending, Tack welding 28%
Matthew Doroz Vibration(Body & Frame), FMEA(Frame Changes), ImagineRIT(Poster, Location), Test plan(Finalization) 18%
Hiroki Tanaka Problem sheet, MSDII plan, Risk Plans 18%

Phase 3 Plans

Overall Plan for MSD II

Overall Plan for MSD II

Plan for MSD II P3

Plan for MSD II P3

Individual Plan for MSDII P3

Individual Plan for MSDII P3

Deliverables for MSDII P3

Deliverables for MSDII P3

Link to schedule (PDF/MS project)
Team Member Lessons Learned Action Taken
Hiroki Hidden procedure and purchase may come up during manufacturing process Check for process to see any future "hidden" process or order (ie. Bending may take time due to die restriction) .
Dohbran Manufacturability limitations and stackup risks inherent in tube bending and weld. Update drawings and provide guidance to shop to avoid issues (e.g. combining tube sections to reduce stackup)
Erol Make sure to keep a very watchful eye on the budget and minimize expenditures. Worked with MSD staff and team members to create a Budget excel sheet and keep costs down.
Matt Designs change all the time and so sometimes, analysis must be redone for newly designed or redesigned parts. Talked to design lead to make sure that the latest model and design were used in the fea and vibration analysis. I plan to continually make sure if any other last minute design or manufacturing changes are made, fea will be done promptly.
Jeremy Welding Training look longer than expected. Talk to Gary H about Welding for advice and Any furthur training needed.

Home | Planning & Execution | Imagine RIT

Problem Definition | Systems Design | Preliminary Detailed Design | Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep | Subsystem Build & Test | Integrated System Build & Test | Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation