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Integrated Design Project is a new course offered for engineering student in IIUM. It is compulsory for all. As a first batch, we must be struggled with no previous references. Just shared

Integrated Design Project is a new course offered for engineering student in IIUM. It is compulsory for all. As a first batch, we must be struggled with no previous references. Just shared

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  • 1. PROJECT: DESIGN A PORTABLE DRINKING WATER SYSTEM FOR A GROUP IN THE VILLAGE /JUNGLE. PART -> MOHD SUHAIMI AL HAKIMI B ARIFIN 1012799 INTRODUCTION PROBLEM STATEMENT OBJECTIVE SCOPE EXPECTED RESULTS Integration Design Project Requirement and Consideration Step 1 – Special Services include feasibility and pre-design investigations to determine the best alternative approach to meet the project objectives. Step 2 – Preliminary Design and Reports, should include preliminary design information and reports in the form of drawings and documents outlining the nature of the project, a summary of the basis of the engineering design, a preliminary cost estimate and a description of the extent of services and recommendations. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 2. Step 3 – Detailed Design, Final Drawings and Specifications, includes preparation of a design brief; final plans (detailed engineering drawings); specifications (construction requirements, materials and equipment); a final cost estimate; and documents required for approval or permit applications Design consideration 1. Routine of certain place to implement our water system COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL USE Shopping Centres (based on total floor area) Hospitals Schools Travel Trailer Parks (min.with separate hook-ups) WATER USE (ROUTINE DAILY AVERAGE) 2500-5000 L/(m2·day) [60-120 USgal/(ft2·day)] 900-1800 L/(bed·day) [240-480 USgal/(bed·day)] 70-140 L/(student·day) [20-40 USgal/(student·day)] 340 L/(space·day) [90 USgal/(space·day)] 800 L/(space·day) [210 USgal/(space·day)] Campgrounds 225-570 L/(campsite·day) [60-150 USgal/(campsite·day)] 1000 L/(space·day) [260 USgal/(space·day)] 150-200 L/(bed-space·day) [40-50 USgal/(bedspace·day)] Mobile Home Parks Motels Hotels 225 L/(bed-space·day) [60 USgal/(bed-space·day)] 2. Fire protection The decision as to whether or not fire protection will be provided via the communal water supply system is a municipal responsibility. In deciding upon the need for such protection, the municipality should consider such factors as the: Availability of adequate supply of water; Additional capital and operating costs associated with such a system; Availability of an adequate fire department, fire service communication and fire safety control facility; and Alternatives to a piped communal fire facility such as residential sprinkler systems. 3. Site selection criteria Preparation for separation from residential area or non-compatible land use. Optimized the raw water source and certain area to be serviced. Ability of site to experience flooding. Suitability of subsurface and soil condition. Future expansion of the site land. Waste disposal consideration. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 3. Product modeling (Internal part) [Muhammad khairi] TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 4. Material Analysis for Casing. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 5. 1. Casing desired. Figure 1 : Designed water system carrier / casing 2. Properties (Using ANSYS 14.5, Finite Element Analysis software) Analysis type Mesh type Thermal effect Thermal option Zero strain temperature Include fluid pressure effects from SolidWorks Flow Simulation Solver type Inplane Effect: Soft Spring: Inertial Relief: Incompatible bonding options Large displacement Compute free body forces Friction Use Adaptive Method: Static Solid mesh ON Include temperature loads 298 Kelvin Off FFEPlus Off Off Off Automatic Off ON Off Off 3. Unit of the measurement of the product to be designed. Unit system: Length/Displacement Temperature Angular velocity SI (MKS) mm Kelvin Rad/sec 4. Properties of the product desired. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 6. Name: Model type: Default failure criterion: Tensile strength: Compressive strength: Elastic modulus: Poisson's ratio: Mass density: PET Linear Elastic Isotropic Unknown 5.73e+007 N/m^2 9.29e+007 N/m^2 2.96e+009 N/m^2 0.37 1420 kg/m^3 5. Mesh information. Mesh type Mesher Used: Automatic Transition: Include Mesh Auto Loops: Jacobian points Element Size Tolerance Mesh Quality Figure 2 : Mesh in high quality. Solid Mesh Standard mesh Off Off 4 Points 4.20455 mm 0.210227 mm High Figure 3 : Von MisesStress analysis. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 7. Figure 4 :Displacement analysis Figure 6 : Deformed shape Figure 5 : Strain Analysis. Figure 7 : Force and Pressure from top (RED) and constraint from all Degree of Freedom at the bottom (GREEN) TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 8. Water Filtration System inside the Casing Bottle General method to use our product. 1. Take out the condensor container from the outer most casing, unscrew the cap and open the condensor. 2. Condensation process starts, water rains down the drain channels and bottle fills up. 3. When filled up, psh back the condensor –elements back into the bottle and close it. 4. When we wanna drink the water, just unscrew the cap and ENJOY it! Our filtration water system technology could be used by top up the water by loose the bottle itself, rather than loosening the cap. This method will ensure the phenomena of condensation. The air will blow through the condenser element which is installing on the bottle. The trapped water will drain through a channel into the container of water system. The water condenses on the filtration of our coated element of filter component. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 9. PUMPING FACILITIES 1.Importance of pumping facilities. To raw and treated water pumping stations and booster pumping stations. Pumping facilities should be designed to maintain the quality of pumped water, for example, by minimizing retention time and ensuring adequate flows and velocities in the distribution system. Appropriate design measures to help ensure the security of water pumping facilities should also be incorporated. The three types of pumping facilities addressed in this chapter are raw water pumping (commonly called low lift pumping), treated water pumping (commonly called high lift pumping) and booster pumping stations. Pumping stations commonly use either horizontal centrifugal pumps, vertical turbine pumps or submersible pumps. Typically, horizontal split case centrifugal pumps are equipped with side suction and side discharge, while larger units may have bottom suction. Refer to the Hydraulic Institute (HI) ANSI/HI Pump Standards for appropriate uses of different pump types. INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL 1. Introduction The objectives of instrumentation and control are to support the continuous production of high quality drinking water in an efficient manner in terms of staff and resources used, and to satisfy the regulatory requirements for monitoring and recording operational data in accord with a control philosophy document prepared by the designer. For information regarding monitoring and control systems for poisonous gases such as chlorine or ozone, the designer should refer to the supplier or manufacturer recommendations for health and safety. 2. Basis of control Control systems should be designed with a user-friendly human-machine interface (HMI) system to facilitate plant operation and on-line monitoring. Equipment status, flow rates, water levels, pressures and chemical feed rates should all be displayed via an HMI. All automated systems should be designed with a manual override or another form of redundancy to allow safe operation in the event of a hardware or communication failure. Process and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID) should be developed for all drinking-water system facilities and should include all major and minor processes along with all ancillary process equipment. TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 10. 3. Control system Manual Control Systems: Are simpler to maintain and repair than automatic systems and are lower in initial cost, but require the on-site presence of an operator when producing drinking water; and The initial low costs may be outweighed by high labour and operating costs including, chemical and energy costs incurred by poorer process control. Automatic Control Systems: Provide a more consistent product with lower labour costs; Require skilled maintenance; Should provide a level of reliability appropriate for the control function; and Should be designed to have the capability to manage any set of conditions which may occur. PREVIEW FOR APPLICATION OF THE DESIGN WATER SYSTEM <- Imagination of the water system complete with filtration technology. The plastic straw will be connected to the top of the water carrier. Instead of opening the cap to drink, user might also suck the water from the water carrier. This will ease them to drink. REFERENCE TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.
  • 11. 1. 2. www.bottlematerial5678910.com.uk/physic/internalInk/pprp www.ANSYS.com.uk TAKE NOTE: 20% PRESENTATION, 40% PRODUCT TANGIBLE/INTANGIBLE, 40% FINAL REPORT.