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Team Shortnose Sucker: Project Auto-Shifting Bicycle. Advisors Dr. Robert Albright Dr . Peter Osterberg Industry Representative Mr. Walter Harrison. Team Tim Slevin-Vegdahl (Fall Team Lead) Joan Javier (Spring Team Lead) Cyrus Medrano Brendan Figuly. Introduction.

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team shortnose sucker project auto shifting bicycle
Team Shortnose Sucker:Project Auto-Shifting Bicycle
  • Advisors
    • Dr. Robert Albright
    • Dr. Peter Osterberg
  • Industry Representative
    • Mr. Walter Harrison
  • Team
    • Tim Slevin-Vegdahl (Fall Team Lead)
    • Joan Javier (Spring Team Lead)
    • Cyrus Medrano
    • Brendan Figuly

University of Portland School of Engineering

introduction
Introduction
  • Design a device that will automatically shift the gears of a bicycle
  • Benefits new bicyclist and people who do not know how to properly shift gears on a bicycle

University of Portland School of Engineering

scorecard
Scorecard
  • Mount magnetic sensor onto bicycle after verifying functionality
  • Debug Macro Model so we can compile and burn our CPLD
  • Complete actuator to be functional (get motor running off CPLD)

University of Portland School of Engineering

testing cpld
Testing CPLD

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additional accomplishments
Additional Accomplishments
  • Motor Prep and mounting bracket acquired
  • Clock circuitry is complete

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plans
Plans
  • Mount sensor on bicycle
  • Complete a working Plan C controller
  • Complete first draft of Final Report

University of Portland School of Engineering

testing magnetic sensor
Testing Magnetic Sensor

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milestones
Milestones

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concerns issues
Concerns/Issues
  • MOSIS chip will not be here for Founders Day and the current backup does not function to the specs we need. We will need to make aPlan C controller.
  • Our schedule will be behind on the actuation because we need a driver for the stepper motor.

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reprogramming cpld
Reprogramming CPLD

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conclusions
Conclusions
  • The CPLD backup not working is causing major problems
  • The sensor is ready to be mounted on the bicycle

University of Portland School of Engineering

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