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Title: Brandon Faulkner Patrick Delp Melissa Grubb


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Brandon FaulknerPatrick DelpMelissa Grubb
  • CAD Model of Moonbuggy Design
  • Honors Project
  • ME 262
  • Spring Semester 2001

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IUPUI Moonbuggy Design
  • Senior Design Project advised by Dr. Pidaparti
  • Purpose is to race in Huntsville, AL on moonlike
    terrain
  • Moonbuggy team recently went to compete and
    placed 11th/28 teams.

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Requirements for Moonbuggy
  • Must be work of students
  • Must be human powered
  • Unassembled, must fit in a volume of four foot
    cube
  • Riders must always be 15 above ground
  • Turning radius must be 20 or less
  • Must have one male, one female driver

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Great Moonbuggy Race Course
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Moonbuggy Team
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Our ME 262 Honors Project Objectives
  • Learn to use the CAD/CAM software ProE
  • Study the components of the Moonbuggy
  • Create 3D models of parts of the moonbuggy
  • Combine the part models with other students
    models
  • Present final results

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Specific Duties of Each Student
  • Patrick Delp
  • Brandon Faulkner
  • Melissa Grubb
  • Model Moonbuggy Frame and Steering
  • Model Moonbuggy Suspension System
  • Model Moonbuggy Transmission System

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Process of Creating Frame
  • Two cubic portions
  • Connecting rod
  • Wheel mounting brackets
  • Transmission mounting bars
  • Wheels
  • Seats
  • Steering

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Frame
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Process of Creating Suspension
  • Body of shock
  • Washers
  • Spring
  • Eye-Bolt

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Suspension
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Process of Creating Transmission
  • Universal Joint
  • Mount
  • Gear
  • Pedals

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Transmission
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Final Assembly
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Side View
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Front View
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Rear View
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Birds Eye View
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Groundhog View
27
Actual versus Model
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How does this apply to ME 262?
  • Mechanical Design
  • Computer Aided Design and Analysis
  • Modeling of Three Dimensional Joints

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Universal Joint (2 DOF)
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Steering Joint (3 DOF)
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Conclusion
  • What did we learn?
  • How did this go above and beyond the normal
    course duties?
  • What are our future plans for these 3D models?

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What did we learn?
  • How to create solid models in Pro/Engineer
  • How to assemble solid models in Pro/Engineer
  • Real World Applications of Joints
  • Composition of Suspension and Transmission System

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How Did this go beyond normal course work?
  • We used Pro/Engineer to model systems
  • We studied in three dimensions
  • We did an in-depth study of Moonbuggy components

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What are the future plans for the models?
  • Motion studies of joints
  • Motion studies of linkages
  • Motion studies of reactions to applied loads

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Acknowledgements
  • Dr. H. U. Akay (Honors Project advisor)
  • Dr. R. Pidaparti (Moonbuggy advisor)
  • Jay Abshire (Provided pictures of Moonbuggy)
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