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  1. RIT Team P13656: Agitator Redesign for Corrosive Environment - CTI Meeting March 11th, 2013 MSD II

  2. Meeting Outline • Current Project State • MSD I Recap and Project Changes • Feasibility Test Results • Future Vision for MSD II • Testing Overview • Project Budget • Proposal • Additional Project Needs • Timeline • Deliverables

  3. Current Project State Recap of MSD I Project Changes Pre-Winter Hiatus Waiting for test results from visit to Jamestown at end of last meeting • Project scope changed from part cleaning via mechanical agitation system to the use of ultrasonics • Budget increased in anticipation of more costly purchases

  4. Feasibility Test Setup Equipment Highlights Tank Conditions Solution Used: SevereClean _____ Composition not known Amount of Solution: 4 gallons Initial Bath Temperature: 137-140F Heating elements do not remain on the entire time. After the transducers are turned on, the energy from the 600 watt sonics transfers heat energy to the bath. Model: SC-6 Tank Capacity: 6 gallons Tank Material: 316L SS Tank Dimensions: 13” x 13” x 12” Power: Standard 120V, 20A Ultrasonic Power: 600 W Transducer Type: 40 kHz piezoelectric Heating Power: 1000 W Loudness (insulated): 80 dB Frequency Generator Output: 40.8 kHz Cost: $3,462.00 (Peter quote) Warranty: 5 yrs on transducers, 1 yr on SS tank

  5. Feasibility Test Procedure (just discuss) • Degassing time: 7 min • Part placed in tank with thick rubber glove in a ‘clean side up’ orientation (because transducers mounted on bottom of tank) • 1st removal from tank (and inspected visually); time: 16 min • 2nd removal from tank; time: 17 min • Turning tinted orange/red on the sides • 3rd removal from tank; time: 22 min • Comparing to one of the original bar stock it looks shades lighter, but obviously not completely removed as compared to the bare SS bottom face of the bar stock. • Temperature of bath is 150F • 4th removal from tank; time: 18 min • Tested specimen is much lighter in color, appears somewhat polished • The coating is not completely removed, but we can tell significant stripping has occurred. We will now follow up with a coating thickness check, to evaluate the degree of stripping. • Total stripping time: 73 min (1 hr 13 min); degassing time was not included


  6. Feasibility Test Results Total Time in Ultrasonic Bath: 73 min Initial Coating Thickness: _____ microns Final Coating Thickness: avg. ____microns (Dayton Coating Technology) Plot of wear over time (2 data points)….projected with a linear fit to completion Comment on possible non-linear fit

  7. Preliminary Process Comparison

  8. Future Vision for MSD II • Testing Overview • Project Budget • Proposal • Additional Project Needs • Timeline • Deliverables

  9. Testing Overview • First Round • Variable Testing • Corrosion Testing • Capillary Test • Solution Testing • Second Round • Scale-up Test

  10. First Round Testing (Variable, Corrosion, and Capillary Tests) • Details….sample size, data collection methodology (triangle), error mitigation, variables, etc. • Will be conducted in RIT lab using small Branson ultrasonic cleaning unit

  11. Second Round of Testing(Solution and Validation Tests) • Conducted using larger scale production unit • Test outline and objectives….what we’re planning on analyzing and initial thoughts on tank optimization

  12. Project Budget

  13. Proposal

  14. Unit Quotes Jamestown Advanced Emerson - Industrial and Branson Cleaners  http://www.emersonindustrial.com/en-US/branson/Products/precision-cleaning/bench-top-cleaners/bransonics/Pages/DigitalUltrasonicBaths.aspx http://www.emersonindustrial.com/en-US/branson/Products/precision-cleaning/bench-top-cleaners/ic-1216-1620/Pages/default.aspx Emerson - Solutions http://www.emersonindustrial.com/en-US/branson/Products/precision-cleaning/cleaning-solutions/Pages/default.aspx An Emerson/Branson/Ultrasonic Cleaner Supplier http://www.sonicsonline.com/branson-8800-ultrasonic-cleaner.html http://www.sonicsonline.com/cp2600.html http://www.sonicsonline.com/branson-dha-1000-ultrasonic-cleaner.html http://www.sonicsonline.com/icseries.html Custom Cleaner http://www.sonicsonline.com/branson-series-7000-tanks-and-generators.html Warranty Information http://www.sonicsonline.com/warranty.html AnotherVendor http://www.kell-strom.com/tools/branson/115price.htm • What are we proposing in this proposal? • And what options besides just Jamestown • Limited to just one solution supplier

  15. Additional Project Needs • CTI • Physical Needs • Space on CTI floor • Solution • Etc. • Financial Approval • Approval to order quote • Other • Outside Lab Contacts • Metallurgical Testing • Optical Microscopy • RIT Lab Access • What else?

  16. Timeline • Testing Time Frame • Breakdown, test duration estimates • Lead Times • Units • Samples • Lab results • Meeting Points • Prior to deliverables • Deliverable Due Dates A Microsoft project document

  17. Deliverables • Capital • Unit, Test Samples • Informative • Optimal Unit Parameters • Precautions • Data • MSD II Student Requirements • Invitations to Imagine RIT (thoughts on display?) • EDGE Updates