Engineering Projects/Corn Starch/Howard Community College/Fall 2012/SOC 2

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Problem Statement[edit | edit source]

Analyze the properties of the non-Newtonian fluid corn starch by comparing its reaction to slow and fast speed impacts.

Team Members[edit | edit source]




Summary[edit | edit source]

We got the ramps that would be used for the cornstarch tub so people can walk up on them. We got a new fuse and put it on the circuit board. We also soldered all the wires and got the speaker to make subtle sounds.

Poster[edit | edit source]

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Story[edit | edit source]

So far we have got the ramps for the cornstarch pool and we were able to sodder wires to the pins on the circuit board. This will essentially connect the whole circuit and get the speaker working.

Decision List[edit | edit source]

List all formal decisions made with links to their documentation such as a decision tree or decision matrix.

Material List[edit | edit source]

New Fuse
Alligator clips/wires

Software List[edit | edit source]


Time[edit | edit source]

80hours 41min

Tutorials[edit | edit source]

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Next Steps[edit | edit source]

Get an even planned to present cornstarch. Get speaker running again and make cornstarch monster