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Single Line Tethered Glider Team P14462 System Level Design Review Jon Erbelding Paul Grossi Sajid Subhani Kyle Ball Matthew Douglas William Charlock.

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1 Single Line Tethered Glider Team P14462 System Level Design Review Jon Erbelding Paul Grossi Sajid Subhani Kyle Ball Matthew Douglas William Charlock

2 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Team Introduction Team MemberMajor Sajid SubhaniIndustrial Engineer - Team Lead Paul GrossiMechanical Engineer Matt DouglasMechanical Engineer Jon ErbeldingMechanical Engineer Kyle BallMechanical Engineer Bill CharlockMechanical Engineer

3 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Agenda ●Project Description Review ●Customer Needs Review ●Customer Requirements Review ●Functional Decomposition ●Concept Development ●Concept Comparison ●Data Collection Architecture ●Risk Assessment ●Project Planning ●Work Breakdown Structure

4 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Project Description ●Goal: Design, build, and test a tethered, small-scale, human-controlled glider. ●Critical Project Objectives: ○ Maintain maximum tension on the tether ○ Sustaining horizontal and vertical flight paths ○ Measure and record tether tension and position ○ Understand the influential parameters for sustained, tethered, unpowered flight Glider Tether Base Station Operator w/ controller

5 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Customer Requirements

6 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Engineering Requirements Yellow: Major design Biege: DAQ Grey: Test flight White: System environment

7 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Functional Decomposition

8 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Functional Decomposition

9 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Functional Decomposition

10 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Functional Decomposition

11 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Concept Development ●Gliders ○ Buy an RC glider ○ Design and build an RC glider ●Measurement Devices on Base Station ○ Buy a 3-axis Load Cell ○ Build Load Cell from three 1-axis Load Cells ○ GPS with Force Gauge ○ Resistance Gyro with Force Gauge ○ IMU with 1-axis Load Cell

12 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Art’s Plane ●Sustained multiple damages ●Gained crash experience ●Possible tethered flight concept tests ●Salvage parts ●Sorry Art 

13 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Glider Concepts

14 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Buy Glider Pros: ●Pre-Engineered to Fly ●Can purchase spare parts ●Fast shipping ●Modifiable Cons: ●Not guaranteed to fly with tether ●Expensive ●Limited modifications

15 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Benchmarking (Buy) PlanePrice ($) Bixler v1.1 EPO 1400mm - (ARF)56.70 Hobbyking Bixler 2 EPO 1500 mm w/ Brushless Motor, Servos and Optional Flaps (ARF)69.99 AXN Floater-Jet w/ Servo, Motor, ESC (EPO) PNF65.22 Hobbyking Sky Eye EPO FPV/Glider w/ Flaps 2000mm (PNF)120.33 Phoenix 2000 EPO Composite R/C Glider (Plug and Fly)78.72 Airfield Giant Convertible EDF Power RC Glider Almost Ready to Fly 2400mm Wingspan209.95 Airwing RC WingSurfer Airplane Glider 4 Channel Almost Ready to Fly RC 1400mm Wingspan79.95 Airwing RC Bobcat 6 Channel Pusher Plane RC Kit 1143mm Wingspan149.95 TT-62 Alekto Electric Twin-Engine Fiberglass RC Airplane Kit127.40 Bixler 2 Airwing WingSurfer Sky Eye Phoenix 2000

16 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Build Glider Pros: ●Can optimize plane for tethered flight ●Build spare sparts ●Resources available Cons: ●Not guaranteed to fly ●Requires time to build ●Complex ●Hard to balance ●Could become expensive if mistakes are made

17 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Benchmarking (Build) ●Experimental Airlines tutorials (Photon Model as baseline) ●Custom/interchangable design (wing, fuselage, rudder, etc.) ●~$80 - $100 (~50%-70% “1 time cost”)

18 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Measurement Concepts

19 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Force Gauge and Resistance Gyro Pros: ●Innovative Cons: ●Expensive ●Complex Data ●Internal Turbulence ●Requires current line on tether ●Difficult to calibrate ●Difficult to set up

20 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 3 Single-Axis Load Cells Pros: ●Can repair individual components ●Accurate ●Cheap Components Cons: ●Difficult to calibrate ●Potential for noisy data

21 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 3-Axis Load Cell Pros: ●Accurate ●Precalibrated ●Intuitive Setup Cons: ●Expensive

22 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 IMU Board and 1-Axis Load Cell Pros: ●Provides accurate position and orientation data Cons: ●Requires noise filtering ●Difficult to calibrate ●IMU system would be on glider

23 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Force Gauge and GPS Pros: ●Digital Data ●Accurate force measure Cons: ●Expensive ●GPS on glider changes weight ●Difficult to calibrate ●Difficult to set up ●Innacurate position

24 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 2 Potentiometers and 1-Axis Load Cell Pros ●Inexpensive ●Accurate angles Cons ●Easily breakable ●Require precise machining

25 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Pugh Diagram – Base Station

26 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Pugh Diagram – Base Station

27 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Top 3 System Concepts 3 Single Axis Load Cell IMU with Single Axis Load Cell 2 Potentiometers with Single Axis Load Cell

28 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Data Collection Architecture ●Data acquisition: LabVIEW or Arduino ●Storage: SD Card or Laptop ParameterMarginal ValueIdeal ValueUnits Data Sampling Rate100500Hz Tension Resolution0.10.01N Angular Position Resolution0.50.1deg Data Collection Requirements:

29 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Preliminary Budget Outline PurchasePrice ($) Glider Glider100 Receiver60 Battery x240 Base Station Materials100 Electronics100 Total400 Remaining (For Mistakes and Repairs)100

30 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Preliminary Budget Outline

31 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Risk Assessment (Full)

32 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Risk Assessment (High Risk)

33 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Project Planning

34 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Project Planning

35 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Work Breakdown Structure ●Paul: Glider Dynamics & IMU Implementation ●Jon: Glider Dynamics & Load Cell Implementation ●Kyle: EDGE & Load Cell Implementation / Base Station Construction ●Matt: Glider Dynamics, Purchased Gliders Analysis & Potentiometer Implementation ●Saj: DOE Research & Team Management ●Bill: Built Glider Analysis & DAQ

36 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 Questions?

37 11/2/2013Systems Level Design ReviewP14462 References http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__13994__Phoenix_2000_EPO_Composite_R_C_Glider_Plug_Fly_.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfqGrzCKauw&list=PL0F209186D3388842


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