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Engineering Design

by: Chloe Reilly

Engineering Design ME 6101

Chloe Reilly

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Chloe Reilly on Monday November 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ME 6101 at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/234255/me-6101-georgia-institute-of-technology-main-campus in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus.

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Date Created: 11/02/15
Modeling and Simulation in the Embodiment Phase Systems Realization Laboratory ME 6101 End of Semester Presentation December 6th 2004 Morgan Bruns and Jay Ling Our Tweaked Q48 How should the PampB systematic design method be Justification personalized and augmented Limit Q48 to utilize comguter SCOPE PrOJected modeling and simulation in suggod of the realization of products for a global marketplace in a distributed environment Increase in use of modeling and simulation in design Our future research area Requirements List for Our Design Method Requirements List for Our Design Method a Global marketplace 1 Requirementl a Requirement 2 Constant change Market 0 Technology Distributed design Multidisoiplinary collaboration Increased use of computers SiSt m ffRealiz a liQn Laboratory Project Intro Requirements Validation of Q48 A0 Personal Goals Leverage towards ME 6103 SAE MiniBaja OffRoad Vehicle to lt 3600 rpm SimulationSupported Design of Gearbox 5 design variables 8 uncertain environmental variables Both Deterministic and Uncertain Models Systems Realization Laboratory Modeling and Simulation Module Reguirements List for Cu De ign Method e gg i g fgime Modeling and Simulation c Global mg egtmeaensl 7 Um fe 05 m Requlfen qLlll39emeni 2 E 39Reilnli eliw 39 H 3 r weighting Sc Cgmxammge 3 Define cor mamas d gt i Tezmmlemgy gm l u a Ogigwg gawgmn 4 Hen I Dl 5 ll I u M tiiusu lin 5 Evaluate re 39 u 5 till a n n m m 39 IliEPe EE l Leg Puree of computers 1amp1 Ggprg39aL swam Realizano n Laboratory Method Embodiment Phase Concept Principal Solution Develop the construction structure Preliminary form design Preliminary layout De ne the construction structure Eliminate weak s ots Check for errors disturbing in uences and minimum costs De nitive Layout Model and Simulation Module Assuming Deterministic Data Model and Simulation Module Assuming Epistemic Uncertainty Project Results Deterministic l in gt t w New t v t n 2 at w M t w m m it u xx 5 5 wk smite 2 4 a 2 Width ofGear Teeth cm Gear Ratio Uncertain Utility vs Overall Gear Ratio W 13 14 15 o 17 18 19 2 21 22 23 24 25 GearRatio Validation Empi rical tructu ral yalidity Gearbox is an Engineerin gt Productquot THEORETICAL THEORETICAL Example Problem is Realistic PERFORMANCE Design can be Compared with other Solution I Empirical Eerformance inlidit Method Helped to Define Model Models Functioned well VALlorry VALIDITY Together gt Feasible Solution X BUT Inefficient Critical Evaluation Achieve me nts Empirical support for Embodiment Phase of our Method Better understanding of simulation and uncertainty Limitations Only one phase of overall method Example done in non competitive localized environment in the world of 2004 ht Deterministic and Uncertain evaluations require different models Simulation results are only as good as the mode Future Work Following method through all four phases Develop a more expressive uncertain model Insi


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