Commit 08b600f8 authored by Jesse Eubanks's avatar Jesse Eubanks
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<p class="w3-center w3-large">Final Slide</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Final Slide</u></p>
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<img src="presentation.png" class="image" width="60%">
<i>The poster for my final project</i>
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<p class="w3-center w3-large">Final Video</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Final Video</u></p>
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<p class="w3-center w3-large">Summary of Project</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Summary of Project</u></p>
<p class="w3-center w3-margin">In this assignment, since I am a physics major, I was searching to find a project
that I could not only incorporate what I learned over the past eighteen weeks, but
include some knowledge in physics as well. What I came up with was a 3D printed
model rocket with an electrical ignition that was designed by me. During the course
of the project, I 3D printed multiple parts that would fit together to form a model
rocket. When creating this, I needed to make sure that not only did the payload I
was planning to insert fit within the specified dimensions, but the parachute, engine,
and wadding as well. What resulted was a rocket that might have been a little too
heavy, but I just changed what engine I planned on using so that it could get a
good amount of lift into the air. I also ended up 3D printing a control box that
was fitted with a 4 digit 7 segment display, a piezo buzzer, two LEDs, a keylock
switch, a regular switch, and a button. This would serve as the means to launch
the rocket in the air.</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-margin">Next I designed and milled out three PCBs that would
stand as the basis of the electronics of my project. I planned on using two RFM69
radio chips to communicate data between my rocket, and ground control. Inside the
rocket there would be a PCB that contained not only an RFM69 chip but an
accelerometer as well. The RMF chip inside the rocket would then relay data down
to another board with an RFM chip installed that would relay the data to the serial
monitor on my computer. The final board would be stationed inside the launch console
and would control all devices in the box as well as the ignition.</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-margin">Finally I used the vinyl cutter to create some decals
that could be placed on my 3D printed objects. In order to contrive some
interesting designs, I decided that I needed to come up with a fitting name for
my very own model rocket. What I came up with ended up being known as the “Polylactic Phenex”.
I then proceeded to cut a phoenix design and I ended up situating it on the
control module.</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Licensing</u></p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large">Licensing</p>
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<p class = "w3-center w3-margin">The license that I ended up going with was the
Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large">Previous Weeks Where I Worked on Final</p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large"><u>Previous Weeks Where I Worked on Final</u></p>
<p class="w3-center w3-large">Work Done by Others</p>
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