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Team 3: TRIumph. TRIumph Team Members. Matt Disselkoen, Amy Newland, Jamison Vande Ree. Outline. Background Project Description Design Process Build Process Obstacles Lessons Learned Project Assessment Acknowledgments Questions. Background. myTEAM TRIUMPH Athletic ride- alongs

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Team 3 triumph

Team 3: TRIumph


Triumph team members

TRIumph Team Members

Matt Disselkoen, Amy Newland, Jamison VandeRee


Outline

Outline

  • Background

  • Project Description

  • Design Process

  • Build Process

  • Obstacles

  • Lessons Learned

  • Project Assessment

  • Acknowledgments

  • Questions


Background

Background

  • myTEAM TRIUMPH

    • Athletic ride-alongs

    • Triathlons, Marathons, 5k’s

  • Stage-specific equipment

    • Swimming

    • Bicycling

    • Running

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Background1

Background

  • Transition Process

    • Lost time

    • Difficult

  • Current Equipment

    • More room for storage

    • Not enough legroom

  • Project Motivation

    • Help others

    • Solve problem

Matt Smith & Family

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Current equipment

Current Equipment

Running Chair,

from Advance Mobility™

Bicycle Trailer,

from Cycletote®

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Project description

Project Description

  • Primary Goals:

    • Two-in-one: Biking and Running

    • Increase height and weight capacity

  • Secondary Goals:

    • Improve seat comfort

    • Build for easy transportation

    • Strengthen connection points

    • Reduce parachute effect

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Product research

Product Research

  • Existing Products

    • Some convertible

    • Low capacity

    • Not built for

      endurance races

Burley® d’lite

Wike® Extra Large Special Needs Trailer

Chariot Carriers Inc. Corsaire XL

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Research

Research

  • Safety/Testing Standards

    • ASTM

      • Bicycle Trailers

      • Strollers

  • Common Sense

    • Strength

    • Pinch points

    • Access

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Initial design components

Initial Design Components

  • Seat

  • Harness

  • Shock Absorption

  • Brakes

  • Wheels

  • Windows

  • Roll Cage

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Initial design

Initial Design

  • Based on mTT bicycle trailer

    • Larger capacity

    • Low center-of-gravity

  • Decisions needed:

    • Material

    • Dimensions

Initial Autodesk Inventor Model

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Design decisions

Design Decisions

  • Basic Frame Structure

    • Material

      • Aluminum

      • Titanium

      • Carbon Fiber

    • Manufacturing capabilities

  • Weight Considerations

    • Lightweight

    • Current models: 25 – 30 lbs

Early SolidWorks Model

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Finite element analysis

Finite Element Analysis

  • Objective:

    • Determine high-stress areas

    • Ensure prototype strength

    • Size tubing required

  • Process:

    • Applied loads

    • Boundary conditions

Algor FEA Results

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Fea results

FEA Results

Insert many different FEA setups, results to show iterations

  • Results:

    • Maximum von Mises Stress

      • 2.9 ksi

    • Dynamic Stress

      • 7.25 ksi

    • Safety Factor: 4

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Design decisions1

Design Decisions

  • Frame Material

    • Aluminum 6061-T6

      • 7/8” OD, 16 ga (0.065”)

    • Aluminum 6061-T6

      • 3/8” Diameter Solid

12’

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Design decisions2

Design Decisions

  • Two-in-one

    • Removable bike attachment

  • Seat

    • Sling-style

    • Folding seat back

  • Frame structure

    • V-shape design

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Frame structure

Frame Structure

  • Tube Bending

    • Conduit Bender

    • Hydraulic

    • CNC Bender

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Frame structure1

Frame Structure

  • Cutting Tube

    • Fish-mouth slot

      • Mill

      • Hole Saw

    • Mate surfaces

      for welding

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Frame structure2

Frame Structure

  • Welding

    • MIG

    • TIG

  • Issues

    • Welding Aluminum

    • Thin-walled tube

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Frame structure3

Frame Structure

Upper seat pivot point

Lower seat attachment point

7/8” Dia. Tube

Superb weld

quality

3/8” Dia. Round

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Frame features

Frame Features

  • Wheel mounts

    • Forces axle into mount

  • Seat mount plates

    • Two separate pieces

    • Reduced weight

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Seat design

Seat Design

  • Two piece, sling style

    • No cross tube

    • Increased comfort

  • Seat Back

    • Folding

    • Locking

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Roll cage

Roll Cage

  • Aluminum tube shell

    • Strong connections

    • Pinned/clamped in place

  • Foldable

    • Unpin joints

    • Loosen clamps

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Fabric components

Fabric Components

Retractable Polyester roof

  • PVC-Lined Polyester Shell

    • Water-resistant

    • One piece

  • Vinyl Seat

    • Padded inserts

  • Iterative Design

    • Four miles of thread

    • Perfect fit

Vinyl seat

Polyester shell

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Roll cage covering

Roll Cage Covering

  • Vinyl to Mesh

    • Better airflow

    • Allows sunlight

  • Mesh airflow panels

    • Decreased drag

  • Windows

    • Increased visibility

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Hand controls

Hand Controls

  • Brakes

    • Caliper brakes

    • Locking levers

    • Cable + housing

  • Front swivel pin

    • Waiting on part

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Bicycle attachment

Bicycle Attachment

  • Similar to current design

    • Bent tubes

    • Ball joint

  • Removable tubes

    • Two pins

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Running attachment

Running Attachment

  • Sliding tube-in-tube design

    • Pin in place

  • Steel fork and plate

    • Balanced weight

    • Reduced wobble

Pins

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Obstacles

Obstacles

  • Design vs. Build

  • Make vs. Buy

  • Machining Skills

  • Manufacturing Capabilities

vs.

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Valuable lessons

Valuable Lessons

  • Concurrent Engineering

    • Redesign time

  • Teamwork

    • Task Delegation

  • Scheduling

    • Step by step goals

    • Realistic

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Project assessment

Project Assessment

  • Success?

    • Convertible prototype

    • Increased capacity

    • Foldable for transportation

    • Metal connection points

    • Improved seat comfort

    • Decreased parachute effect ? /

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

  • myTEAM Triumph

  • Phil Jasperse

  • Senior Design Professors

  • Progressive Technologies

  • Rapid-Line

  • Highlight Industries

  • Kenneth Haan Jr.

Background – Description – Design – Build – Obstacles – Lessons – Assessment – Thanks


Questions

Questions?


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