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Preliminary Design Report
(Shake and Bake)
Andrew Townsend
Ryan Johnson
Kara Tobey
Aldo Campos
Grant Arthur
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Preliminary Design Report

Preliminary Design Report (Shake and Bake) Andrew Townsend Ryan Johnson Kara Tobey Aldo Campos Grant Arthur

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 10 Keypad The keypad takes input from the user, who chooses the desired ingredient and

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 11 LCD Screen An LCD screen outputs information from the microprocessor to the user.

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 12 Control Unit The control unit consists of the microprocessor, memory and sensors. Th

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 13 Microprocessor The microprocessor takes information from the user via the keypad and

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 14 Sensors Force sensors measure the weight of each container and send this informatio

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 15 Dispensing Unit The dispensing unit consists of the ingredient containers, dispensi

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 16 Containers Six separate containers will be used to hold various ingredients. There

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 17 System Analysis

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 18 Extrusion Screw and Housing Design Table 1 displays the material densities gathered

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 19 Table 2: Table for Imputing Possible Auger Screw Designs Screw Design: Outer Dia. (In

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 2 Table of Contents Background ...

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 20 Table 4: Mass Calculations for Screw Design 2: Screw Design 2: Mass in Exposure Regio

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 21 Motors and Gearing Because significant friction occurs between the screw and mater

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 22 Program Design In Figure 6, shown on the following page, the preliminary program is o

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 23 Figure 6: Basic Overall Flow Chart Design for Program

Page 17 - System Analysis

Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 24 Project Plan

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 25 Organization and Management Team Shake and Bake consists of three mechanical engine

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 26 Budget Part Description Quantity Price per Unit Tax and shipping Price Total Vendo

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 27 Gantt Chart Fall 2011

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 28 Gantt Chart Spring 2012

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 29 Pert Chart Fall 2011

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 3 Background Fresh-baked cookies, banana bread, and hot biscuits are integral to Ameri

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 30 Pert Chart Spring 2012 Work Breakdown Structure Fall 2011

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 31 ID Task Description Deliverables Duration (Days) People* Resources O1.0 Projec

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 32 F10.0 Container Housing Design Design a housing for the motors and scales. Also holds

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 33 Work Breakdown Structure Spring 2012 ID Task Description Deliverables Duration (d

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 34 S9.0 Container Housing Testing Make sure the container attaches to it, and it can als

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 35 S17.0 System Integration Combine all the components Complete System 19 A, Al, G, K, R

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 36 Appendix A: Technical Requirement Specifications

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 37 Overview: Fresh-baked cookies, banana bread, and hot biscuits are integral to Ameri

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 38 Problem Statement: The majority of household cooks and small-scale bakers spend hou

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 39 User Manual Rough Draft: The ingredient dispenser is simple to setup and operate. Th

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 4 Principles of Operation The ingredient dispenser will store six different ingredients

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 40 Technical Requirements Specification: 1. The time required to dispense one cup of in

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 41 Table 1: Matrix containing our customer needs and resulting metrics MetricDi

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 42 Design Deliverables: 1. A working automated ingredient dispenser. 2. Comes with ing

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 43 7. Means of Keeping Ingredients Airtight – Submerge each sealed container in water f

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 44 Implementation Considerations: 1. Ingredients must be restocked after repeated use.

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 5 System Description and Block Diagrams

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 6 The ingredient dispenser consists of four primary subsystems: the power supply, the us

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 7 Power Supply The power supply converts a 120 V AC signal from a standard home wall s

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 8 Figure 2: Level 2 Functional Block Diagram for Power Supply AC Voltage Step Down This

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Shake and Bake: Preliminary Design Report October 12, 2011 9 User Interface The user interface is the system through which the device communicate

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