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Build & Test Prep

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Team Vision for Build & Test Prep Phase

Completed Tasks:

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Updated Design

In rethinking the clutch pedal design, some features were deemed more important than our initial design recognized, so the unit was changed to reflect the new conditions. The pedal itself was positioned off to the side of the rotating upright beams of the pedal unit, allowing a step-down feature to be included. The purpose of this step-down feature was to allow the starting height positioning of the clutch pedal to align with the starting height of the adjacent brake and gas pedals. This feature, as determined by speaking with manual car drivers, was of great importance to the feel of driving standard.

Below, the initial concept sketch of the redesigned clutch pedal is shown. Please note that there were difficulties with the SolidWorks licenses in the Mechanical Engineering PC lab, so the changes have not been reflected in the SolidWorks models as of yet.

Clutch Pedal Redesigned Concept

Clutch Pedal Redesigned Concept

Schematic Updates

The schematic was updated to consolidate all of the designs to a single board. Since the fabrication service provides three boards per fab, the finished boards will only be populated with the components necessary for its function.
Power Supply Section

Power Supply Section

MCU Section

MCU Section

Display Section

Display Section

Shifter Section

Shifter Section

Test Plan Summary

Provided below are images of the current O-Shift Test Plans:

Test Plan Outline

Test Plan Outline

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Provided below is a tentative schedule for when each test will be conducted:

Test Plan Schedule 1

Test Plan Schedule 1

Test Plan Schedule 1

Test Plan Schedule 1

Provided below is a link to the Live Document of the Test Plans:

P19231 Test Plans

Risk and Problem Tracking

Below updated version of the risk assessment. There were some changes on the design of the clutch, where impact is reflected on the potential risk it brings. These new changes are highlighted yellow on the comment section. The other big change is the team has secured more funding thanks to Harris Foundation; therefore the risk has been reduced to zero.

Risk Assessment 1

Risk Assessment 1

Risk Assessment 2

Risk Assessment 2

Risk Assessment 3

Risk Assessment 3

Below a link to the live document of Risk Assessment:

P19231 Risk Assessment

Plans for next phase

Summary

All mechanical subsystems should be mostly assembled by week 4. At this point, it should be ensured that the subsystems fit in the Ford Fusion, and their most basic functions are operable.

The subsystems should be fully assembled by week 6, with all sensors. Testing should be done on the individual subsystems. All sensors should be working, all required data should be received from the OBD-II port. All data collection from the Chevrolet Cruze should be completed.

Team Plan

Three Week Timeline

Three Week Timeline

Timeline Overview

Timeline Overview

Individual Plans

Steven Keil

Tyler Smith

Kevin Gates

Kevin Ramirez

Matt Wagner

John Jenco


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