Onderdonk’s box 215_lt_f12

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Onderdonk’s box 215_lt_f12

  1. 1. Onderdonk’s Box Current Specialists Conor Ritz, Nic Sabo, Arrow Walker, Brian WeeklyEngineering 215 Fall 2012
  2. 2. PurposeDesign and implement an apparatus that teaches series versus parallel wiring.Incorporate mystery within the apparatus.Designed for use by students grade 7-12.
  3. 3. Criteria WeightSafety 10Fixable 8Durability 7Educational Value 7Mystery 7Cost 2
  4. 4. Description of Final Design
  5. 5. Onderdonk
  6. 6. How Criteria Was MetSafety - Low Voltage, Low Current, Low RiskFixability – Inexpensive Components, Easy Access, SimpleDurability - Polycarbonate, Plywood, Protective CoatingEducational Value - Versatile, Lessons Evolve, SmallLearning CurveMystery - Slider, AdaptableCost - Project cost $$$
  7. 7. Itemized Cost of Costs Materials Annual Maintenance Item Maintenance Cost Material Quantity Cost Light Bulbs $4.98 Batteries $3.99Spray paint 2 $12.38 Total $8.97E10 Lamp Base 4 $8.60#13 miniature bulb 6 $2.34 Hours Spent On Project#407 miniature bulb 6 $2.64 8Alligator Clips 20 $6.78Polycarbonate 40 1 Donated 58(12”x18”)Wood Glue 1 Donated½ inch plywood 1 Donated(4’x8’)Copper Terminals 14 Donated Phase 1 Problem Formulation Phase 2 Literature ReviewShipping - $13.40 Phase 3 Alternative Solutions 26 Phase 4 Decision Total $46.14 Phase 5 Specification 33
  8. 8. Summary Contracted Designed BuiltImplemented

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