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Team Members: Santos Ortiz (TL) Christopher Munoz Vicente Mora Instructor: Raresh Pascali Industry Advisor: Faculty Advisor: 1
Outline 2 Objective Goals What is a Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV)? History/Background Competition Components Cost Analysis Gantt Chart Work Break-down Structure (WBS)
OBJECTIVES: Design and build a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) that will meet the specs for the International Mate ROV Competition. GOALS: Enter and win the Regional MATE ROV Competition in Houston, TX. Qualify for the International MATE ROV Competition. 3
4 What is a ROV? “Figure 1.1.” Diagram. ROV Manual: A User Guide for Observation Class Remotely Operated Vehicles. Kidlington, GBR: Butterworth-Heineman, 2007. “Figure 2.” Diagram 1 and 2. Zoologica Scripta. Vol. 38, p42. Supplement Jan 2009.
5 History of the ROV Case Study 1953: Dimitri Rebikoff’s innovation of the “POODLE” 1961: U.S. NAVY’s development of the “CURV” 1974: U.S. NAVY’s development of the “SNOOPY” 1993: Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology developed, “Kaikō” Results Bottles leaked, hydraulics failed, and was too noisy. Retrieved a lost atomic bomb off the coast of Palomares, Spain in 1966. First portable small-size observation ROV. World’s deepest diving ROV at 35,791 feet (10,909 meters).
6 COMPETITION: Three categories: Explorer, Ranger, and Scout. International Explorer competition involves one mission that consist of four task. 2013 EXPLORER TASK: Complete a primary node and install a secondary node. Design, construct, and install a transmissiometer to measure turbidity over time. Replace an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) on mid-water column mooring platform. Remove biofouling from structures and instruments within the observatory.
7 2013 Competition Props Science Interface Assembly (SIA) in BIA. Backbone Interface Assembly (BIA). SIA bulkhead connector. Secondary NODE. Secondary node on elevator.
8 Explorer Competition Scoring: Mission: 300 + 10 for safety +10 for organizational effectiveness = 320 pt. Technical Report: 90 pt. Engineering Presentation: 90 pt. Poster Display: 50 pt. Safety inspection: 30 pt. Design Parameters: Operate at 48 VDC from surface. Max current 40 amps. 150 psi max fluid power. Communication connectors. No on board battery.
9 ROV COMPONENTS THRUSTER PRESSURE TANKS CAMERA LIGHTING ARM CONTROL SYSTEM TETHER