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  1. System Level Design Review Customer: Dr. Lamkin-KennardFaculty Guide: Ed Hanzlik P10029: Control Enhancements for Air Muscle Biomimetic Hand Team Members: Zach Wessner, Jaci Tylkowski, Alex Bean Mark Wood, Tuan Tran, Kevin Mudrak October 16, 2009

  2. Summary • P10029 is a continuation project • Physical system was built by P09023 • Final design will be integrated into Dr. Lamkin-Kennard’s pneumatically driven scalable robotic hand devices • Controls system is the focus • Maintenance and repair only of the physical system • Virtual and Physical prototypes • Virtual system modeled in SolidWorks and both controlled by LabView

  3. Customer Needs • Kinematic model - SolidWorks/Cosmos Motion Builder • Closed loop feedback for both hand and model. • Drive modelusing the inputs from the mechanical hand. • Virtual and Physical models output displacements • Quantitative analysis comparing displacements of mechanical hand to model.

  4. Voice of the Engineer • Top 3 Metrics based on the HOQ • Functionality • Accuracy • Repeatability

  5. System Level Risks

  6. System Level Architecture Inputs to LabView GUI -% of Travel -3 Space Location -System Selection (Physical/Virtual) -Coded Movements -Absolute/Relative Joint Position LabView GUI Physical System Architecture Virtual System Architecture Physical Programming Function -convert input into time to open/close valves -convert DAQ voltages into position outputs • Virtual Programming Function • convert GUI input into angular actuation for joints • -convert sensor output to 3 Space Location InputsOutputs

  7. Physical Architecture 2.5 to 10 VDC

  8. Controls Architecture

  9. NI LabView 2009 w/ SoftMotion SolidWorks 2009 Premium SoftMotion Functions Trajectory Generator Communication Interface (Scan Engine) Motion Simulation Virtual Architecture User Input: [SolidWorks Assembly]Motion Analysis System Output: [SolidWorks Assembly]Visual Motion of Assembly User Input: [LabView Front Panel]Coordinate MoveSingle Axis Move System Output: [LabView Front Panel]Displacement Feedback

  10. Virtual Proof of Concept • Goal: • LabView 2009 SoftMotion: meets objectives? • Educate team for full-scale model • System architecture • Plan • Simplified SolidWorks model • Research & tutorials for LabView • Develop LabView control (single axis) • Functional Evaluation • Joint design, movement, controls scheme, feedback • Iterative (adding complexity)

  11. Virtual Proof of Concept SolidWorks Model 1 DOF Simulated Joint

  12. Virtual Proof of Concept

  13. Virtual Proof of Concept • Issues / Risks: • Scan Engine Period [5ms or 10 ms] / Deployment • Virtual Controls Scheme differs from Physical • Virtual Error = 0?

  14. Physical System Risks/Issues • Leaking air muscles • Excessive play due to rubber mount (not measurable for feedback because sensor is also moving) • Slop in finger joint • Pulleys breaking, and translating • Past teams poor documentation misguiding our repairs • USB 2.0 needed

  15. Evaluation Method • Concepts generated for measurement of displacement • Measurement of error was also considered

  16. Critical Dates • System Level Design Review – 10/16/09 • Detailed Design Review – 11/06/09 (3 weeks) • Virtual Concept Selected • Physical Prototype benchmarked • Controls (Physical & Virtual) designed • Project Management Review – 11/20/09 (5 weeks) • Controllable virtual system • Controllable physical system • Calibration Plan / DAT Plan

  17. Decisions/Action Items • Are our resources sufficient? • Physical System • Computer • Software • Are we solving the right problem?