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Detailed Design Assignment

The following instructions apply unless otherwise revised by your mentor.


Note: Your presentation is due this Winter quarter and the report is due at the end of the first week of next
quarter, April 3rd.
1.

PRESENTATION
Your Goal for this Presentation:
The intent is a design review, so that you, faculty, and client all clearly understand the final design details,
agree that it meets the needs, and believe that the team can and will be able to complete it as planned.
Following the presentation, discuss with your mentor any needed changes that you should make for your
follow-up Detailed Design Report.
And so, youre doing these three things:
a) Clearly communicating your final design
b) Provide the major design details as evidence that the design meets needs (e.g., major analysis results)
c) Presenting a detailed plan forward for schedule, budget, and work breakdown (WBS; whos doing
what).
Instructions:
Submit both a PPT and a PDF file of your PowerPoint presentation due in Canvas before stated due date
and time (see Canvas)
All teams to be prepared to present on first day of presentations
Teams that have course conflicts will present first
Remaining presentation order will be chosen at random
You are allowed 8 minutes to present
You will then have 2 minutes for questions
You will be timed and stopped at exactly 8 minutes
All members must be present
Use MS PowerPoint
Scoring rubric is below
Typical content (ask mentor if not sure):
Slide 1: Introduction

Brief intro and overview of project (just state who you are and the task youre
charged with Were the baja suspension team and were designing and
building)
Next slides: List of needs, functions, sub-components, features

List of main project needs, functions, sub-components, features


Next slides: Final Specifications

List of complete and final specifications


Next slides: Description of solution

Overall description of solution models/illustrations/etc.


Next slides: Design details

Design details of your project. See the specific requirements below for what is
needed for your team
Next slides: Summary of evidence

Summary narrative of evidence showing design meets the stated project needs
Next slides: Budget and cost analysis
Next slides: Schedule of milestones and major tasks

Detailed Design Assignment


2.

REPORT
Your Goal for this Report:
To take the content from your presentation and the feedback from faculty and client and incorporate into a
written report. The report will be reviewed by faculty and client for a final review and signoff before you move
forward.
Instructions:

PDF file of your report due in Canvas before Fri. during April 3 (see Canvas for exact date and time)
Bound hard copy to your mentor (unless mentor says otherwise or has a last name of Michaelis)
Formatting:
o 8.5x11 portrait
o 1 inch margins all around
o 10-12 point font
o Times New Roman, Arial, or similar
o Double spaced
o Appropriate headers
o No random or other whitespace (skipping only one line between headers is appropriate; more
than that is unnecessary)
Scoring rubric is below
Content:

Section 1: Introduction

Introduce the report: tell reader what it includes (and does not include, if
important; i.e., if you havent finished certain items yet and they were expected)
Section 2: List of needs, functions, sub-components, features

List ALL project needs, functions, sub-components, features


Section 3: Final Specifications

List of complete and final specifications


Section 4: Description of solution

Overall description of solution models/illustrations/etc.


Section 5: Design details

Design details of your project. See the specific requirements below for what is
needed for your team
Section 6: Summary of evidence

Summary narrative of evidence showing design meets the stated project needs
Section 7: Complete budget and cost analysis

Very detailed: part model numbers, costs, tax, shipping, venders


Section 8: Complete Project Schedule moving forward and thru next term

Very detailed: all tasks, start dates, durations, end dates, and task
relations/dependencies (we should see the critical path)

Detailed Design Assignment


Team ______________________

Date ________________

Rater ____________________

Presentation Scoring Rubric

List of needs,
functions, subcomponents,
features,

A-B range

B-C range

Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

C-D range
(F in not completed)
Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

___ / 1
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Complete
Specifications

___ / 2
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Solution
Description

___ / 4
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Design details /
evidence

___ / 4
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Costs and budget;


Schedule of
milestones

Quality and
Utilization of
Visual Aids

___ / 2
Good visuals.
Used well.
Enhanced talk.

Minor deficiencies only

Expert

Minor deficiencies only

Presentation Skills:
Voice, Tone,
Rapport,
Appearance

Poor visuals.
Used as a crutch.
Distracted from talk.

___ / 1

Several improvements
needed

___ / 1

Points:

/ 15

Multiplier:
For exceptional/lacking issues, such as professionalism, timeliness, following instructions, etc.
(+/- 0.1 factor per incident)
Final Score:

Additional Comments:

/ 15

Detailed Design Assignment


Team ______________________

Date ________________

Rater ____________________

Report Scoring Rubric

List of needs,
functions, subcomponents,
features,

A-B range

B-C range

Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

C-D range
(F in not completed)
Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

___ / 1
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Complete
Specifications

___ / 4
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Solution
Description

___ / 5
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Design details /
evidence

___ / 5
Complete, appropriate, & accurate

Minor deficiencies only

Unclear, incorrect, or incomplete

Costs and budget;


Schedule of
milestones

Quality and
Utilization of
Visuals (figures &
tables)

___ / 3
Good visuals.
Used well.
Enhanced talk.

Minor deficiencies only

Expert

Minor deficiencies only

Writing:
Grammar, Spelling,
Punctuation,
Organization,
Structure, Clarity

Poor visuals.
Used as a crutch.
Distracted from talk.

___ / 1

Several improvements
needed

___ / 1

Points:

/ 20

Multiplier:
For exceptional/lacking issues, such as professionalism, timeliness, following instructions, etc.
(+/- 0.1 factor per incident)
Final Score:

Additional Comments:

/ 20

Detailed Design Assignment


Specific presentation requirements per team:
1.

Therapy Robotics
Complete logic flowchart, all features, complete description of learning objectives, list of all components
(servos, lights, arms, frame/structure, outer skin, speaker, etc.), final itemized cost of each part to be
purchased

2.

NIOSH
All layout details, interfacing details (hole, protruding piping, pressure tube, grommet details), sealing, magnet
(size, strength, location, number of) all details as shown on comments from Concept Presentation.

3.

Delta Robot
Complete Table of Contents for each manual (including all sample and lab project information)
All sensor and other external device data sheet/documentation sheets
Details of cleanup tasks/goals (exactly what you will be doing; no changing scope afterward)
Details of all sample program (the 3 Conor is doing: description, logic, components/sensor involved)

4.

Lighthouse
Complete design and layout for all sub-components: frame, lid, latch, shocks, table, crane

5.

Solar Helmet
Complete circuit layout with electrical data give for each component. Final analysis of circuit. Final details of
helmet with calcs, list of all components. all details as shown on comments from Concept Presentation.

6.

Rocketry Airframe
Complete design (CAD models and assembly) showing: fully assembled rocket, details of each section showing
all known components (e.g. fin composition and anchoring design), details showing how sections join together
(x-section would be an ideal way to illustrate this). Provide a detailed estimate of material and hardware
needed.

7.

Rocketry Launch System


Complete design (CAD models and assemblies) showing: full assembled system with rocket, completed
fulcrum design showing both arming and launch positions, details of how segments will be assembled/joined,
assembly showing disassembled size and packing arrangement (with dimensions). Provide a detailed estimate
of material and hardware needed.

8.

Freedom Peddlers
Complete design (CAD models and assemblies) showing: complete system, frame, detailed modular
attachment method, rudder mechanism and mounting, drive system and mounting, and sponsons. Provide a
detailed estimate of material and hardware needed.

9.

BPA
System diagram (not hand drawn) and detailed explanation of how the system works. Overview of building
information collected (flow rates, temperatures, wall/floor/window construction) and what is still needed.
Current status of both Trane Trace models what has been entered and what still need to be done.
Discussion of data collection plan and current progress.

10. Baja Power Train


Complete the final design of drive train including the CVT, gear box and sub frame, shifter etc. with the
dimensions showing how it fits into the frame. Also, complete the final calculations showing the gear ratios,
speeds etc. required for the vehicle.
11. Baja Suspension
Get the final dimensions from the powertrain and suspension groups on how their components are to fit into
the frame. Finalize all dimensions for the frame and complete a FEA analysis showing the strength
requirements for the frame for your given material selection and size.

Detailed Design Assignment


12. Baja Suspension
Finish the final design of the suspension with the finite element analysis completed on the core suspension.
Coordinate with the frame group and give them your final dimensions so they can incorporate your
components into their design.
13. AC Coil
After meeting with R and R heating I realize that our direction and focus has changed a bit. Therefore, do your
best with the new information and reorganize as quickly as possible.

Specific report requirements per team:


1.

Therapy Robotics
Same as above

2.

NIOSH
Same as above, plus the final fabrication drawings for both boxes.

3.

Delta Robot
Same as above

4.

Lighthouse
Same as above, plus all final fabrication drawings.

5.

Solar Helmet
Same as above, plus all final fabrication drawings.

6.

Rocketry Airframe
Same as above, plus all final fabrication drawings.

7.

Rocketry Launch System


Same as above, plus all final fabrication drawings.

8.

Freedom Peddlers
Same as above, plus all final fabrication drawings.

9.

BPA
Same as above, plus complete details of all room/wall/window/ceiling/floor construction parameters, and
system operating flow rates/temperatures.

10. Baja Power Train


Same as mentioned above with drawings and calculations.
11. Baja Suspension
Same as mentioned above with drawings and calculations.
12. Baja Suspension
Same as mentioned above with drawings and calculations.
13. AC Coil
Same as mentioned above.