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1 Team 47: Ali Albayat Kyle Barringer James Butler Geoffrey Daniel Joe Sobeski

2 Magnetic Particle Flux Tracking in River Simulators Team 47: Kyle Barringer, Geoffrey Daniel, Joe Sobeski, James Butler, Ali Albayat Faculty Technical Advisor: Dr. A. Weston Client: Little River Research & Design in Carbondale, Illinois Contact: Mr. Steve Gough KB

3 Outline Executive Summary Background (KB) Organization & Responsibilities (GD) Project Description Subsystems (All) Time Management (AA/JB) Resources (JB) Summary (JS) KB

4 Executive Summary - Project Background Tracking particle flux through simulator Provides more information Less confined environment Emriver Em2 model KB

5 Executive Summary - Organization & Responsibilities Kyle Barringer Electrical / Computer Engineer Project Manger Optical sensor James Butler Mechanical Engineer Fluid Dynamics Effects Joe Sobeski Electrical Engineer Magnetic Speed & Position Sensor Ali Albayat Electrical Engineer Magnetic Separation Geoffrey Daniel Computer Engineer Microcontroller Organizational Chart GD

6 Executive Summary - Resources : Deliverables Array of speed & position sensors Analysis of best location for camera with MATLAB code to track particles Design of magnetic separation technique Arduino code Fluid dynamic analysis GD

7 Project Description - Subsystems (Existing sub-systems) Simulated river with flowing water, dyes, and modeling media particles (JB) Magnetic speed & position sensors (JS) Magnetic separation (AA) Camera-based optical sensor (KB) Microcontroller (GD) Box, supports, reservoir, pump, power supply, valve array, flow controller Information output / display (GD) Particle information Particle informatio n Particle informa tion (Sub-systems to be created) JS

8 Project Description - Subsystems : Speed and Direction Sensors Sensors manufactured by Cherry Corporation intended for detecting non-magnetic ferrous objects Sensors output a voltage when detecting the presence of a ferrous metallic object Sensors operate by using the Hall Effect with a bias magnetic field GS sensor JS

9 Project Description - Subsystems : Speed and Direction Sensors The Hall Effect is the voltage created when a magnetic field passes over a conductor Typical Hall Effect sensors only measure the presence of a magnetic field Particles are ferrous, not magnetic. Therefore a bias magnet is introduced. This will allow us to detect the motion of the particles JS

10 Project Description - Subsystems : Camera-based Optical Sensor Digital Particle Image Velocimetry (DPIV) Particle Tracking Velocimetry (PTV) KB

11 Project Description - Subsystems : Camera-based Optical Sensor Acquire images from a digital camera Process images to locate particles of interest Link particle locations from a series of images to form particle trajectories MATLAB and free toolboxes from previous research KB

12 Project Description - Subsystems : Fluid Dynamics Develop a computer model for the Emriver River Simulator Using MATLAB and Inventor Analyze a simple system Compare to known data Generalizations and predictions will be made Predictions will be tested Determination to the cause of instabilities being the main goal JB

13 Project Description - Subsystems : Fluid Dynamics Sediment transport processes There are dozens of different transport models that can be generally grouped by particles addressed, complexity of water sources, whether the model is steady state or dynamic, and time period modeled. The flow regime and sediment transport characteristics of rivers are systematically correlated to temporal and spatial changes in channel geometry and bed material size. The total sediment load refers to the sediment transport rate and is defined as the total amount of sediment passing through a given channel cross-section per unit of time Information on bed-material particle size is needed for a variety of qualitative and quantitative purposes. They include streambed monitoring, computations of flow hydraulics, and the advancement in understanding of stream processes. JB

14 Project Description - Subsystems : Microcontroller Small computer dedicated to doing one task Can be embedded Low voltage Ex: TVs, toys, power tools, remote controls GD

15 Project Description - Subsystems : Microcontroller Arduino microcontroller Cost-effective hardware / open-source software Programmed to handle inputs and outputs GD

16 Project Description - Subsystems : Magnetic Separation Electrophoresis Uses a potential difference to collect particles in one area Mostly used in biological applications AA

17 Project Description - Subsystems : Magnetic Separation Use an electromagnet to collect particles in one area Quantify the number of particles AA

18 Project Description - Time Management Draft Schedule AA

19 Project Description - Time Management List of Actions JB

20 Project Description - Resources JB

21 Summary Outline Executive Summary Project Description Subsystem Descriptions Time Management Estimated Costs JS


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