Preliminary Detailed Design
Team Vision for Preliminary Detailed Design PhaseTeam Agenda
- Speak with Facilities
- Find outdoor area to run compressor
- Determine structural Integrity of Lab
- Select Compressor
- Contact Suppliers
- Obtain Quotes
- Find suppliers for replacement parts
- Determine power and torque needed
- Feasibility of VSD
- Begin sensor selection process
- Design Compressor mount/tensioner
- Determine pulley wheel sizes
- Feasibility of belt system
- Spoke with facilities
- Compressor selected
- Multiple suppliers contacted
- Found replacement parts
- Contacted replacement part suppliers
- Determined power and torque needed
- Researched feasibility of VSD
- Designed compressor mount/tensioner
- Determined wheel size ratios
- Decided to use a pulley and belt drive system
Prototyping, Engineering Analysis, SimulationIterative activities to demonstrate feasibility, including assumptions you made in your analyses or simulations. Have you completed sufficient analysis to ensure that your design will satisfy requirements? Have you included all usage scenarios in your modeling?
Feasibility: Prototyping, Analysis, Simulation
Drawings, Schematics, Flow Charts, Simulations
A tensioner must be used to ensure belt does not slip. Below is a mock up of the initial concept.
Bill of Material (BOM)here
PurposeDemonstrate objectively the degree to which the Engineering Requirements are satisfied
- Complete test plans specifying the data to be collected, instrumentation to be used, testing procedures and personnel who will conduct the tests.
- Plans should use data collected to define the accuracy of models generated during feasibility analysis.
- If your team's testing will involve human subjects, you must review the RIT Human Subjects Research Office "Protecting Human Subjects" page for details on securing approval for work with human subjects
Inputs and Source
- Engineering Requirements
- Feasibility Models
- Test standards (e.g., ASTM). The RIT library maintains an infoguide with links to standards databases, many of which provide industry-standard test procedures for a variety of components and systems.
Outputs and Destination
- Report that summarized the degree to which Eng Reqs are satisfied.
- Assessment of accuracy of feasibility models.
- IRB Submission, if applicable (allow at least 30 days for this to be reviewed - more time is idea, since the IRB outcome may be a request for you to modify your proposed test protocol)
Design and FlowchartsThis section should continue to be updated from your systems level design documentation.
- Updated assessment from Subsystems Design. Have you driven the likelihood and/or severity down as you worked through the details of your design?
- Include a snapshot of your current risk assessment as well as a link to the live document.
Design Review MaterialsInclude links to:
- Presentation and/or handouts
- Notes from review
- Action Items
It is appropriate for you to send your customer and guide a link to this page in preparation for the review. This will ensure that they know what you will be presenting and how to view all of your work. Any EDGE link should start with http://edge.rit.edu/edge/P1xxxx..... Using "http" instead of "https" will ensure that non-RIT stakeholders can view the content without being prompted for a DCE login and password.
Plans for next phase
Link to the live document here