I have attached the project file that you need bellow: I just need these three things to be done. 1. Individual Designs: I need a picture of your individual designs and an excel file of your tested data to ensure that everyone is on the right track and working towards the final design and technical report.2. Technical report and excel data analysis.3. Technical poster the excel is all about the tested data that you used in the project. and make sure that you take pictures of your work.Please follow the instructions on the files and let me know if you have any questions. i have Sample project for my friend you can get some ideas of how to do itENGR 101 Online Design Challenge – Project 2/Final Project
Designing a medical supply drop box
Introduction:
You have be hired as a consultant on a design challenge. Your job is to create and
analyze the best design for a medical supply drop box. Each person in the group
will design, build and test their own design and then the group will come together
as a team to create a single technical report and poster to analyze the data and
come up with the best final design. Remember, this medical supply drop box is
just a rapid prototype of a much larger scale design that will be used to safely
deliver medical supplies into hostile territory from a plane.
Rules:





The drop box must not be more than 6 inches in height, width or depth.
You may use any materials you wish but spend no more than $20 a person total.
You cannot buy a kit, you must design from scratch.
You must be able to easily place a raw egg into the drop box and it must not be
cracked, broken or compromised in any way when you drop it from a height of 7
feet. *Disclaimer: please do not climb on things to drop this from 7 feet, you
should be able to reach your arm up and get to 7 feet. BE SAFE!*
The drop box should wander no more than a 1 foot radius from the initial drop
location. Your goal is to get it to hit the ground as close to your initial drop location.
If the box hits the ground within a 1 foot radius and then bounces out, that is OK.
What you need to test and record:
 Please make sure you record the following things and use the data to compare it
with your teammates to come up with a single final design. Please put the data in
excel and make sure you include a table in your poster and technical report. You
must have multiple trials (at least 5 trials per person).
 Record the exact height of drop (7 feet).
 Record the time from release to when it hits the ground. You will need to decide
if this is an important factor in the full scale design. Is it important for the supplies
to get to the ground as fast as it can, or can is take a while to safely float to the
ground? It’s totally up to you, but make sure you can justify the reason in your
discussion in your technical report.
 Record the number of inches from the initial drop location. For example, if you
drop it, and it lands EXACTLY below it on the ground, your number of inches is 0.





Each person must have at least 3 successful (did not break any rules) trials out of
5 or you need to change your design.
Record whether the egg broke or remained intact.
Record what materials you used in your design.
Record the size of the supply box (approximate length, width and height).
*hint: I would put the raw egg into a plastic zip-lock bag before you test so that
you can have easy cleanup*
Individual design:
Each student is required to design, build and test a medical drop box. Your
individual designs are due by June 8. Everything you need to test and record is
listed in the above section.
Final design:
The final design can be a single group member’s design or it can be a combination
of parts of multiple designs. It must be built and tested by a team member.
Deliverables:
 Team charter and Team Gantt chart: Due by June 8, 11:00PM into eCampus
project 2 folder
 Individual Designs: I need a picture of your individual designs and an excel file of
your tested data by June 14, 11:00PM into eCampus project 2 folder to ensure
that everyone is on the right track and working towards the final design and
technical report in a reasonable amount of time.
 Final design: Due by the end of the project.
 Technical report: Due by June 22, 11:00PM into eCampus project 2 folder
 Technical poster: Due by June 22, 11:00PM into eCampus project 2 folder
Poster Rubric
Group:______________________________________________
Total points possible: 100 (This portion of the project is weighted as 20%)
Task
OVERALL IMPRESSION (10pts)
1. Boxes are visible
2. Three distinct columns are visible
3. Boxes in a column line up on the left and right sides. There is equal
space between all the boxes.
4. In a logical order/progression
5. Section headings are bold and slightly larger text than the body to
make it stand out
Project title is the large and obvious.
6. Font is large enough to see from 5 feet away
TOP ROW OF BOXES (10 pts)
1. Logo or team name present in upper left corner and put in a box
2. The following things are in the upper right hand corner of the poster
ENGR 101- section number
Current semester
Instructor’s name (Alice Noble)
All in a box
3. Center box has the following components
MEANINGFUL title (largest text on the poster, really stands out) (6)
Team member’s names (1)
Affiliation (Statler College information listed) (1)
All in a box
INTRODUCTION, BACKGROUND, PROBLEM STATEMENT (10 pts)
1. Can be in separate boxes
2. Bullets or short paragraphs
3. Explains purpose (Introduction)
4. Explains goals (Problem statement)
5. Describes past research and other background information
METHODOLOGY AND MATERIALS (10 pts)
1. Describes what materials were used
2. Describes what was done to solve the problem (how you solved the
problem)
3. Can be bulleted or numbered
RESULTS (15 pts)
1. Use bullets
2. Important results from the experimentation or the design testing
3. Center of the poster and largest section to show importance
FIGURES and/or TABLES (15 pts)
1. 1-2 important figures and or tables
2. Clear and large visuals with proper titles
3. Figures and tables are relevant to the project and make a point. Each
visual should illustrate a different idea (no need to be repetitive)
4. Figures and pictures/images have captions and listed as “Figure #”
Tables have titles and listed as “Table #”
5. Can be combined as one box with results
Points possible Points earned
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
8
Optional
2
3
3
2
2
8
Optional
Optional
12
3
2
2
3
8
Optional
DISCUSSION (10 pts)
1. Briefly explains the meaning of the results
2. No more than 3-5 sentences or bullets
3. Can be bulleted or in paragraph form
CONCLUSIONS (10 pts)
1. Bulleted for easy reading
2. Answers the problem statement and/or address whether the
objectives were met. Lists all major conclusions of this project
3. Includes future work that may be done on this project topic
REFERENCES (10 pts)
1. Each reference is numbered
2. All major references used for this poster listed. This includes
citations for pictures or borrowed graphs and tables (if it’s not your
own)
3. Proper MLA formatting for each resource. Here are some examples…
1.
Dean, Cornelia. “Executive on a Mission: Saving the Planet.” New York Times.
New York Times, 22 May 2007. Web. 25 May 2009.
8
2
Optional
2
6
2
2
2
6
2. Clinton, Bill. Interview by Andrew C. Revkin. “Clinton on Climate
Change.” New York Times. New York Times, May 2007. Web. 25 May 2009.
4. Can use smaller font to save space
Optional
Meaningful Title of Project
Authors
In
Alphabetical
Order
Submitted To
Alice Noble
Engineering 101
Freshman Engineering
Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV
Date submitted
Signatures: By signing this, we agree that we have not received any unauthorized assistance on
any aspect of this project. We have each read and edited this report. (Print report, sign, and bring
on due date)
Name 1: Was a part of writing the following sections (…) ______________________________
Name 2: Was a part of writing the following sections (…) ______________________________
Name 3: Was a part of writing the following sections (…) ______________________________
Name 4: Was a part of writing the following sections (…) ______________________________
Name 5: Was a part of writing the following sections (…) ______________________________
Todd Hamrick 2013
Abstract
Abstract should contain the project objective, how the work was conducted, and the major
conclusions. Usually written last… about a ½ page summary of EVERYTHING. Summarize
each of your sections in 3-4 sentences.
DO NOT USE FIRST PERSON
(I, we) IN ANY PORTION OF
THIS REPORT!!!!!!!!!!
Use past tense and passive voice for the whole report.
 Passive voice: “The bridge was designed to hold ten
pounds”
 Active voice: “We designed the bridge to hold ten
pounds”
 Third person: “The group designed the bridge to hold
ten pounds”
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Contents
Abstract ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. i
1
Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1
2
Problem Statement ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2
3
Objective …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
4
Background …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 4
4.1
Example ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 4
4.2
How to insert a new subheading ……………………………………………………………………………………… 4
5
Methodology ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5
6
Results ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6
7
Discussion …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7

8
Conclusion ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8
9
Future Work ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9
10
References ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10
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1 Introduction
States what you are doing why the work was done, what benefit or need was met. Introduce the
work you are going to show in this report. No discussion of how the work was done. No results.
No conclusions. About 1-2 paragraphs.
1
2 Problem Statement
State what problem you were trying to solve. Explain in this section “what is the problem.” Do
not explain how the work was done. No results or conclusions. 1 paragraph.
2
3 Objective
Describe on or more specific objectives of the project. Explain in this section “solve this
particular problem.” Break down each specific objective/thing you are going to do in this project.
Do not explain how the work was done. No results or conclusions. About 1-2 paragraphs worth.
3
4 Background
Use subsections to help you be more organized. The background gives a more detailed history of
the project than is included in the introduction. This is where you provide detailed information
about previous research done by others. Tell me what is already known about this topic (use
citations). Tell me what already exists (use citations). Give me a historical back story (use
citations). Tell me how this project is different from what is already out there. You will not
always find the EXACT information you need. For example, if you want to find information on a
candy sorter, you will not find many sources on that if you search “candy sorter”. Instead, you
should be researching “ways to sort,” and find that there are many different ways to sort things,
like sorting by size or color and your project is an application to one of those methods. You will
have most of your citations here. Explain all equations that need to be used and what their
purpose is. Make sure you explain all the variables and properly list the equations per the rules at
the end of this document. Be sure to use proper in-text citations. YOU MUST HAVE
CITATIONS and RESEARCH here. IT IS NOT AN OPTION. No discussion of how the work
was done. No results or conclusions. Research you had to do for EVERY part of this project…
Even just to get an idea. This should be at least 3-4 paragraphs. You must use in-text citations.
4.1 Example
The background gives a more detailed history of the project than is included in the
introduction. “This is where you provide detailed information about previous research
done by others” (Noble 25)  last name and then page number for in-text citations. You
will have most of your citations here. Be sure to use proper in-text citations.
4.2 How to insert a new subheading
Just click “heading 2” at the top of the home tab under “styles”. This may change your
font and size, so just check to make sure it’s Times New Roman, size 12. THIS IS JUST
FOR THE TITLE of the sub heading. When you are ready to start writing text for the
body paragraph like this one (which is under the subheading “how to insert a new
subheading”) Make sure you press “enter” and select this body text to be “normal” in the
“styles” section.
4
5 Methodology
Use subsections to help you be more organized. Write a methodology here. This is where you
explain HOW you built something, designed something or conducted an experiment… etc,
Describe and show pictures of the product and a narrative of how the tests were conducted. Do
not include results. DO NOT bullet or number. Use paragraphs. If I were to re-create your
experiment/design/product, I should be able to do it from scratch with your methodology. Tell
me how you solved the problem. This section should be at least 2-3 paragraphs long. BE
DETAILED.
Tell me about all your individual designs here. Your original designs before the final product.
USE PICTURES TO HELP YOU EXPLAIN.
5
6 Results
Use subsections to help you be more organized. This section shows only results of testing OF
THE FINAL PRODUCT (results of the original/individual designs should be in the
methodology) with little or no interpretation. I ONLY want to know what the RESULTS were. I
don’t want to know WHY or HOW until the discussion (below). You should have graphs and
tables (if necessary) here. YOU ONLY LEAVE FACTS in this section. NO explanations, no
interpretations, no opinions. Give me the results of the testing, results of the design, what
happened with testing? Did it work? Did it not work? (don’t tell me WHY it did or did not, just
tell me WHAT happened). Insert tables, graphs, figures. You need to paint a complete picture of
what you found through the experiment/design here. This section should be at least 2-3
paragraphs long of just TEXT… not including the tables and graphs and figures you need to
include. DO NOT EVER JUST PUT A TABLE IN HERE WITH NO SUPPORTING TEXT (a
caption is not enough). You must also refer to the tables and figures that you put in the report. It
is not enough to just put a graph or a table in the report without ever mentioning it in the
supporting text. A caption is NOT enough to talk about what is in the graph and on the table. For
example, say something like… “As seen in Figure 4, there are some very obvious trends….
explanation… Table 3 shows all of the data collected during experimentation, but there are some
important values that need to be highlighted… TELL ME MORE…”
6
7 Discussion
Use subsections to help you be more organized. Discussion describes in detail WHAT your
results mean. You can also explain WHY they happened. Tell me how has the final product
evolved from the original designs? What makes this so much better than the other designs? What
is the strongest characteristic? Weaknesses? Do a FULL comparison of the individual designs to
this final product. This should be the longest, most technical portion of the report. It is also one
of the most important, because you are finally given the opportunity to look back at the results
and explain what’s going on there. You listed only facts in the results, so now explain, interpret
and discuss what those results mean. Use calculations, pictures and graphs to help you explain.
INTERPRET the results. Why do you think your results happened the way they did? What do
your results mean? Compare any theoretical data you had to calculate mathematically to the
experimental data you collected. EXPLAIN IN DETAIL. This section should be AT LEAST 4-5
paragraphs long.
7
8 Conclusion
Tell in the conclusion what the final analysis was. Summarize your results and discussion.
Whatever you put into the conclusion should relate back to the original objectives. Were the
objectives met? This is a comprehensive summary. What was tested? What was learned? State
and interpret the results. Address each objective in the problem statement and objectives. How
did you end up solving the problem? SUMMARIZE. This section should be at least 2-3
paragraphs long.
8
9 Future Work
You have to answer 2 main questions here. First, describe what corrections you recommend for
this particular design or experiment? What should be continued? How can this product be better?
Suggest what the next researcher might do. Don’t put things like “do background research before
you start.” Or “work better as a team.” That’s obvious, you should have already done that. But
put things like “Future research in this area may include using different
materials/conditions/weights/heights, such as _____ instead of the _____ as this team utilized”
Come up with at least 3 design improvements or changes to the experiment.
Next, describe future or recommended work. What is the next step for this project? What is
planned next? What applications are there for this (how can what you designed or come up with
be applied into a different problem)? Come up with at least 2 suggestions for applications in
other fields or problems to fill at least 2 paragraphs of content.
9
10
References
In alphabetical order. Cite EVERYTHING that is NOT common knowledge. ANYTHING you
looked up should be on here. That includes ideas as well. Use reliable resources. Use MLA
formatting. Make sure you used in-text citations in the report above. These are examples, below.
DO NOT include them in your report.
Poland, Michelle “Room Details.” WVU.edu. Ed. WVU. West Virginia University,
n.d. Web. 2014. Jan 27, 2015.
Stewart, James. “Calculus: Early Transcendentals”. Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks/Cole,
2008: 100-105.
** Note, some website might have a copyright year or last updated year/date that you can use as
the “publication year”**
MORE IMPORTANT
INFORMATION
BELOW!!
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HOW TO…
Insert a figure, picture, graph or image
CENTER the picture and the caption below it.
Figure 1 Round tables facilitate equal participation in the Statler College
Engineering Learning Center (Poland 55)
——————————————————————————————————————–HOW TO…
Insert an equation
CENTER THE EQUATION
Number equations and discuss them in the text. Use the Equation Editor. Cite references. To
create more equations, copy this example, paste it where you want your next equation, and
update the field. Newton’s law of cooling is presented in Equation 1 below (Stewart 102). Center
the equation.
= + ( − ) (− )
(Equation 1)
NOW EXPLAIN WHAT ALL THE VARIABLES MEAN: The equation above is the equation
for… where T is the variable used for _____ and Ts is the variable used for _______ and Etc…
11
——————————————————————————————————————–HOW TO…
Insert a table
CENTER the table and the title should be right above it.
Tables are a little different from images like the one above. Instead of having a caption below the
table, you type up a title and place it on TOP of the table as shown below. Center the table and
make sure everything is visible. An example is in Table 1, shown below.
Table 1 Example of proper use of a table. Note meaningful caption placed above the table.
Week Dates
1
7/1-7/5
2
7/8-7/12
3
7/15-7/19
4
5
6
7/22-7/26
7/29-8/2
8/5-8/9
Topic
Chapters 1-3, Project 1 assigned, Project Management
Chapters 3-5, Report Writing, Oral Presentations
Chapter 5, Exam #1, Project 1 Report and Presentation
Due
Chapter 6, Project 2 Assigned
Chapters 7, 10, 11, Animation, Posters
Project 2 Due, Final Presentations, Exam #2
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Individual Projects
Design 1
This design capsules the egg like a ball and can easily be thrown to the place required. The different
shapes made with the box board absorb the forces that might have hit the egg. The dimension of the
ball is 5 inches in diameter.
Figures
Figure 1: Design 1
Materials
The materials used are:
1. Box Board
2. Glue
Experiment Data
Table 1: Design 1 Experiment Results
1
2
3
4
5
Time [sec]
0.7
0.65
0.7
0.7
0.75
Design 1
Loci [inches]
0
0.5
0
0
0
Egg Condition
Intact
Intact
Intact
Intact
Intact
Design 2
In this design balloon is attached to a cup and the cup carries the egg. The balloon ensures that the
speed at which the egg falls to the ground slows down. To add further cushioning the egg does not rest
on the bottom of the cup, rather, on a bed of toothpicks. Further toothpicks are added on the top off
the egg so that the egg does not fall from the top of the cup. The cup is max 3 inch diameter and the
height is 4 inches
Figures
Figure 2: Design 2 toothpick bed underneath egg
Figure 3: Design 2 toothpicks above egg
Figure 4: Design 2
Materials
The materials used are:




Tooth picks
Styrofoam cup
Thread
Balloon
Experiment Data
Table 2: Design 2 Experiment Results
1
2
3
4
5
Time [sec]
0.8
0.8
0.75
0.75
0.75
Design 2
Loci [inches]
1
1.25
1
0
1
Egg Condition
Intact
Intact
Intact
Intact
Broke
Design 3
In this design, the egg is enclosed by a straw form which take all the force on impact. The cup that holds
the egg stands in the middle of the square enclosure. The cup is max 3 inch diameter and the height is 4
inches.
Figures
Figure 5: Design 3
Figure 6: Design 3, toothpicks holding the cup
Materials
The materials used are:



Straws
Tape
Skewers
Experiment Data
Table 3: Design 3 Experiment Results
1
2
3
4
5
Time [sec]
0.75
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.8
Design 3
Loci [inches]
1
0
0.5
1
1
Egg Condition
Intact
Intact
Broke
Intact
Broke
Design 4
This design is similar to that of design one. However, the first design plays with pyramids and cubes. In
this design the egg is enclosed by tons of pyramids. It has similar design idea as the first one, but it
explores how different shapes can absorb the forces. As you can see from the results in Table 4 that the
egg breaks twice but the egg stays intact in Table 1.
Figures
Figure 7: Design 4
Figure 8: Design 4
Materials
The materials used are:
1. Box Board
2. Glue
Experiment Data
Table 4: Design 4 Experiment Results
1
2
3
4
5
Design 5
Figures
Materials
The materials used are:





Tooth picks
Styrofoam cup
Thread
Balloon
Polyethene Bag
Experiment Data
Time [sec]
0.65
0.75
0.7
0.7
0.7
Design 4
Loci [inches]
0
0
0.25
0
0
Egg Condition
Intact
Intact
Broke
Intact
Broke
Table 5: Design 5 Experiment Results
1
2
3
4
5
Time [sec]
0.8
0.75
0.75
0.8
0.75
Design 5
Loci [inches]
0
1
0.5
1.5
2
Egg Condition
Intact
Intact
Intact
Intact
Broke

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