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2 Group 8 Slide 2 25-Aug-14 Team Dr. Jimmy Chuang Sean McDonald Jason Clarke Colum Furey Jen DeWit Kevin Watson

3 Group 8 Slide 3 25-Aug-14 Outline  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  Finite Element Model  Cost Analysis  Conclusions

4 Group 8 Slide 4 25-Aug-14 Product: “The Moving Vessel Profiler™ (MVP™) is a multi-purpose instrument for aiding in the collection of both shallow and deep water data sets. The MVP™'s primary function is to allow accurate data collection without the need to stop the vessel.” Contents Copyright ©2007 ODIM Brooke Ocean URL: (Last Updated: Oct 09, 2007) LOPC CTD Water Flow  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

5 Group 8 Slide 5 25-Aug-14 Project Background Moving Vessel Profiler Free Fall Fish Allotted Area for M.A.K.O.  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions 1016 mm 254 mm

6 Group 8 Slide 6 25-Aug-14 Azores Halifax The Problem  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

7 Group 8 Slide 7 25-Aug-14 The Idea (Ship of Opportunity) Halifax New York Miami London Europe Mediterranean Africa/Asia  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

8 Group 8 Slide 8 25-Aug-14 The Solution  Fish is deployed from a moving vessel.  Readings are recorded on the decent.  Fish does not need to be returned to the ship between casts  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

9 Group 8 Slide 9 25-Aug-14 Design Criteria TopicRequirement Size(LxWxH) 610 mm x 89 mm x 89 mm DepthOperate -200 m Survive -660 m Sample SizeMinimum 200 mL x 2 Sample Accuracy±5 m of target depth SpeedFish falls at 3-9 m/s Shock Load5 x gravity Sample PressureGasses maintained in solution  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

10 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

11 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design Sample Container (x3): Schedule 80 PVC Pipe 4:1 Reducer Machined PVC Caps Tension Spring Cables Latch Assembly: Swing arm and frame Locking pin Compression spring Solenoid actuator Frame: Container support Upper and lower cable guides Latch assembly mount Water Flow  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

12 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design Tension Spring  Sample Container  PVC caps have tension cables connecting to tension spring.  Tension spring provides:  Closing force.  Force required for pressure containment.  Latch cables connect caps to latch assembly Tension Cable Water Flow Sample Container PVC Cap Latch Cable  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

13 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design Locking Pin Swing Arm Solenoid Actuator Latch Cable  Latch Assembly  Latch cable connects to the swing arm.  Swing arm is held in place by the locking pin preventing rotation.  Compression spring provides force to hold the locking pin in place.  Locking pin is connected to a solenoid actuator. Water Flow Compression Spring  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

14 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design Water Flow  Operation  Solenoid is actuated.  Locking pin is pulled down  Swing arm is allowed to rotate up.  Tension spring closes caps.  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

15 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design Video: Operation of Electric solenoid for cap release  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

16 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Selected Design  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

17 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Engineering Maximum Sample Pressure: Sample Depth = 200 m Max Pressure = 2.03 MPa Pipe Wall Thickness: 1” Nominal Schedule 80 PVC Pipe is rated to 6.68 MPa Wall = 4.5 mm Spring Force: Cap Area x Internal Pressure Spring force = 400 N Total Contained Sample Volume: Taking volumes of spring and cable into account Total Volume of pipe = 201 ml  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

18 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Finite Element Model  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions  1mm mesh size  3D 8-node hexahedral elements  Stress raiser where fillet was removed for simplification

19 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Finite Element Model  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions  1mm mesh size  2D 4-node quad elements  Fillet eliminated stress raiser  New stress at load application  Load needs validation

20 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Cost Analysis temProjected CostCost Encurred Mock Up Materials$50.00$32.28 Prototype: Parts$1, Stock Material$ MachiningNA-- Testing$ Total$2,600.00$32.28 PartProjected Cost Springs$50.00 Solenoids$1, Cables$ Fasteners$ MaterialProjected Cost Aluminum 6061$ PVC Stock$  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

21 December January February March April Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Next Steps GANTT CHART Final Build Report Construction Testing & Early Inspection Design Refinement Inspection Fully Operable Prototype Documentation Final Presentation  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

22 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Term Conclusions  Operating Mock-up successfully created  Solid Edge modeling completed  Build Report needs refinement for clarity  Budget has been approved by Department and Client  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions

23 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Acknowledgements  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions Professors:  Dr. Jimmy Chuang  Dr. Ted Hubbard Technicians:  Greg Jollimore  Peter Jones  Angus MacPherson  Albert Murphy  Robert Warner Client: ODIM Brooke Ocean

24 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 End Presentation FEM Calculations Operation  Client Background  Project Background  Design Criteria  Selected Design  Engineering  FEM  Cost Analysis  Conclusions  Questions Budget Alternate Designs Additional Calculations

25 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Operation Description

26 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Budget Detailed Design Project Budget: Team 8 MOCK-UP CONSTRUCTION NameMaterial Unit Cost No. Units Total Cost Paid By General Materials 5 7/8" extension SpringSteel$1.991 D.M.E. 2 1/8" Tension SpringSteel$1.491 D.M.E. Basin StopperRubber$3.492$6.98D.M.E. 1 1/4" Pipe$3.591 D.M.E. Particle BoardEngineered Wood$2.921 D.M.E. 3/4" Corner BracketSteel$2.371 D.M.E. Spring ClampSteel / Rubber$2.392$4.78D.M.E. Hose ClampsSteel$1.292$2.58D.M.E. Gate LatchGalvanized Steel$2.591 D.M.E. Picture Hanging WireGalvanized Steel$2.991 D.M.E. PROTOTYPE MATERIALS Springs 5/8" x 4" Extension SpringType 302 Stainless Steel$15.003$45.00BOT 3/8" x 1 1/2" Comp Spring Zinc-Plated Spring- Tempered Steel $4.381 BOT Cables 25 ft - Nylon Coated SS nylon coated Stainless Steel $21.153$63.45BOT Cable Seal (Clamp)Stainless Steel TBD$10.00BOT Fasteners Set ScrewTBD $10.00BOT BoltTBD $10.00BOT NutTBD $10.00BOT EpoxyTBD 1$35.00BOT BuckleTBD 2$10.00BOT Rubber BeltTBD 2$10.00BOT Slip or Snap HookTBD 6$20.00BOT

27 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Budget (continued) Material Aluminum 4" Square BarAl T6$ BOT 1" Square BarAl T6$5.751 BOT 1/4'' X 2'' Square BarAl T6$ BOT 1/2" Round BarAl T6$2.751 BOT Plate/sheet StockAl T6$ BOT PVC 80 sch 1 in. Diameter PipePVC$1.5712$18.84BOT 1 1/2" Solid Round BarPVC$5.2112$62.52BOT Devices Waterproof SolenoidsVarious$ $1,500.00BOT Basic Analogue ControllerVarious$ BOT Other 1" O-ringTeflon$4.751 BOT FABRICATION Welding Aluminum WeldingN/A$0.00 D.M.E. Machining Machining Done by GroupN/A$0.00 D.M.E. Machining Done by TechniciansN/A$0.00 D.M.E.

28 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Budget Totals TESTING Devices AccelerometerVarious$ Dept. Mech Eng SFE Bluetooth DongleVarious$ Dept. Mech Eng Nylon RopeNylon$9.991 Dept. Mech Eng MISCELLANEOUS Office Supplies PhotocopyingN/A$50.00N/A$25.00Dept. Mech Eng PrintingN/A$25.00N/A$25.00Dept. Mech Eng FaxingN/A$5.00N/A$2.00Dept. Mech Eng Long Distance Calling CardN/A$ Dept. Mech Eng Document BindingN/A$3.0012$36.00Dept. Mech Eng TOTAL $2,372.61Total TOTAL- Dept Mech Eng $282.17DME Total TOTAL - BOT $2,090.44BOT Total

29 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Additional Calculations

30 Group 8 Slide Aug-14 Alternate Designs


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