P19454: GCVM Noise Reduction
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Civil war cannons are used in the reenactments at the Genesee Country Village & Museum (GCVM) ranging from more simple artillery displays to full battle reenactments. While most standard battle reenactments are done in open fields, GCVM, in a display rarely seen, brought the cannon fire into the village. It continued until 2015, when damage to the old glass windows and plaster on the buildings seemed to increase with the cannonfire being so close. Cannonfire was brought out of the village in 2015 due to these concerns. The goal for this MSD group is to find a solution that allows cannons to be brought back into the village.

Project Name
Genesee Country Village and Museum Sonic Damage Assessment
Project Number
P19454
Project Family
N/A
Start Term
2181 Fa
End Term
2185 Sp
Faculty Guide
Art North, ajnddm@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Peter Wisbey, pawfa@g.rit.edu
Sponsor (financial support)
MSD/USEED, (contact)

Team Members

Left to Right: Dylan Corbin, Dilan Koc, Hailey Sanidad, Miles Bain

Left to Right: Dylan Corbin, Dilan Koc, Hailey Sanidad, Miles Bain

Member Major Role Contact
Dylan Corbin Mechanical Engineering Lead Fabricator dxc3046@g.rit.edu
Dilan Koc Industrial Engineering Lead Industrial Engineer edk4071@g.rit.edu
Hailey Sanidad Mechanical Engineering Communications/ Team Facilitator hrs3469@g.rit.edu
Miles Bain Mechanical Engineering Project Manager mwb1410@g.rit.edu

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