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ssmit059 wrote: Final Blog Post: ThinSat
1) What was your contribution to your project this semester? To support this, provide and explanation AND links to 2-3 blog posts or provide up to three pieces of evidence (e.g., drawings, equations, etc.) that explain your contribution. My contr (More)
Progress with our accelerometer project has been slightly slower than during the middle of the semester. Usually we're riddled with meeting including different ODU faculty and working on schematics, but we've all been busy with the closing of the se (More)
dmoor010 wrote: Blog Post #4: AGV
What tasks you have completed since your last blog post (this should be a detailed summary)We have moved our robot out of Dr. Kaipa's lab and into a new place called the "Makerspace" to work on it. Our group divided into some roles as well. Mine was (More)
ssmit059 wrote: Blog post 2: ThinSat
Spent seven hours researching insulator and thermoelectric generators that could be useful for further missions. The best source to get the thermal insulators and T.E.G are from the aubuvtvtrn manufacturing and tegmart.com. I also finished making (More)
nmert001 wrote: EyasSat post 1
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) Ive had very good hands on experience working at a Naval Shipyard through an internship as well as many math heavy courses taken in school to give me a strong problem so (More)
haung001 wrote: Blog Post 1
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.) I have experience in fabrication and working hands-on with mechanical and electrical systems as well as designing and analyzing these systems through CAD programs like A (More)
nasgh001 wrote: Blog Post 1 - Drone
What are your technical strengths (e.g., skills, option courses taken, etc.)I have plenty of experience in AutoCad, Inventor, and other design software which would greatly benefit the modeling and simulation side of this project. I have been doing w (More)
tbott002 wrote: Blog Post 4- PCR
Since Blog Post 3, I have put most of my efforts into the CAD design for our PCR model. The purpose of this design is to give the user an itemized parts list/assembly so that the PCR design can be easily replicated. The CAD design itself will simply (More)