html5-img
1 / 15

DC Smith Greenhouse Heat Shield

DC Smith Greenhouse Heat Shield. Problem Statement. In the DC Smith Greenhouse, heat is being lost due to natural convection through the gaps between the curtain and the wall on the north and south sides of the greenhouse at night . Product Requirements. Design must resist corrosion

cala
Télécharger la présentation

DC Smith Greenhouse Heat Shield

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author. Content is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only. Download presentation by click this link. While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server. During download, if you can't get a presentation, the file might be deleted by the publisher.

E N D

Presentation Transcript


  1. DC Smith Greenhouse Heat Shield

  2. Problem Statement • In the DC Smith Greenhouse, heat is being lost due to natural convection through the gaps between the curtain and the wall on the north and south sides of the greenhouse at night.

  3. Product Requirements • Design must resist corrosion • Design must not inhibit existing system/replacement • Design must cost <$300 Client Information • Johanna Oosterwyk • DC Smith Greenhouse at 465 Babcock Drive

  4. Shower Curtain • Pros • Effective design • Stows away • Cons • Complicated design • Costly • Final Verdict • Eliminated via decision matrix

  5. Solid Pocket System • Pros • Solid barrier • Simple design • Durable • Cons • Expensive • Difficult fabrication and installation • Final Verdict • Eliminated via decision matrix

  6. Foam Board Idea • Pros • Cheap • Easy to work with • Simple Design • Good Insulation properties • Cons • Fragile • Not aesthetic • Final Verdict • Outvoted in final decision

  7. Decision Matrix

  8. Fabric Pocket Design 24.6’ 9” ~ 2’ or less

  9. Rationale • Cheap and Efficient Design • Aesthetically pleasing • Good insulating properties • Simple fabrication and installation • Corrosion resistant metal • Does not inhibit function and maintenance of existing system

  10. Spatial Parameters 24.6’ 9” ~ 2’ or less

  11. Materials

  12. Team Responsibilities • Schedule • Organize and schedule project deadlines • Overall group management • Help with Design Review PowerPoint • Poster • Create display for poster presentation • Help with Design Review PowerPoint • Materials • Create and assess a detailed design • Research and determine materials for fabrication • Determine budget distribution

  13. Team Responsibilities • Report • Write final report document • PowerPoint • Create a visual of design process for final presentation • Fabrication • Build a prototype • Test effectiveness of design • Construct and install final product

  14. Semester Schedule

  15. Team Members • Schedule • Steve Bye • Olivia Dunigan • Ben Gibbs • Isaac Cohen • Tiler Hall • Zach York • Poster • Jack Meuwissen • Brad Porter • Ryan Kutzora • Geoff Gilles • Material • Luke Surma • Tommy Gibson • Michelle Chiang • Emily Dinen • Willie Rohrer • Matt Koeppel • Report, PowerPoint & Fabrication • TBD

More Related