P19393: IDE Cup Car Platform
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Subsystem Build & Test

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Team Vision for Subsystem Level Build & Test Phase

Phase 6 Summary

As a team, our plan for this phase was to begin carrying out our test plans on both the mechanical and electrical related subsystems.

On the mechanical side, we conducted a drop test to simulate the force that the car must withstand if it crashes into a wall. We also calculated theoretical maximum speed & other metrics based on the size of our wheels and the output from our motors.

On the electrical side, we have tested the functionality of the electronic components on our PCB to ensure everything is working correctly. Our second run PCB will be ordered by the end of the week and should be ready for integration as soon as it's delivered & tested.

Phase 6 Individual Achievements

Cam

Safwan

Fatma

Jack

Brian

Test Results Summary

Summary Table

Test Results Summary Table

Test Results Summary Table

PWM Signals

Motor Drive

Setup

Setup

Forwards

Forwards

Backwards

Backwards

Servo Drive

Servo PWM

Servo PWM

5V Regulator Output

5V Regulator Output

5V Regulator Output

Drop Test

Drop Test

Drop Test

Design Updates

Suspension Update

Suspension Update

Suspension Update

Suspension Update

Risk and Problem Tracking

Updated Resource Risks

Updated Resource Risks

Updated Safety Risks

Updated Safety Risks

Updated Technical Risks

Updated Technical Risks

Plans for next phase

By the end of phase 7, we hope to have a nearly complete working prototype, so that our remaining focus can be on software development and minor functionality & performance improvements.
Phase 7 Plan

Phase 7 Plan

Cam:

Safwan:

Jack

Fatma

Brian


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