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ngren001 wrote: Final Blog Post
1) My contribution to the project this semester is working on the final paper and making sure all of the comments were corrected. I began learning solid works to be able to conduct a finite element analysis of stress on our adapter. This will be con (More)
dpret001 wrote: Final Blog Post
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 During (More)
ngren001 wrote: Blog Post 5
Since my last post, I have downloaded and began experimenting with solid works. I am practicing conducting the finite element analysis for our next design. Our current design we have learned fails due to the amount of heat generated by high RPMs (More)
dpret001 wrote: Blog post 3
Since my last blog post, I download Solid works and familiarize myself with it. I started drawing up ideas for the attachment. After spending countless hours thinking through the design and drawing parts, I completed a rough 3D drawing of the attach (More)
Blog Post 4 A lot of progress has been made since the last blog post. As a group, we have met two more times via zoom and landed on a good starting design for our product. Our team member Dieter drafted it in Solidworks, and shared it with all of (More)
ngren001 wrote: Blog post 3 Lathe
This week I worked on my introduction to our project and discussed the limitations of our adapter. I learned about the stresses in gears from my design textbook. In addition, I learned about shear stresses and how the amount of horsepower exposed to (More)
dpret001 wrote: Blog Post 3
Since the last blog post, I have suggested my idea of planetary gears to my group and everyone liked it. For now, we are going with the planetary gear system, but otherwise, I haven’t had much of a chance to do any more research since life caught (More)
Since the last progress report via blog post 2, we have progressed more as a group towards our objective. We concluded our brainstorming design phase, and in doing so chose a planetary gear cluster (PCG) to be our design intention. After settling on (More)