Biped Generation #3

Biped 2016 Fall – Final Documentation

Introduction Project Overview Project Objective Team Biped will produce a two legged 6th generation toy biped robot that will replace the traditionally used servos with a dc motor and achieve static walking. By utilizing the 3Dot Board, the robot will participate in the end of semester, December 14th, 2016, game called: Save the Human. Mission […]

Fall Biped 2016- Hardware Alternative Updates

By: Alan Valles (Electronics and Control) Approved by: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction The purpose of this document is to provide suggestions for the next iteration of the design of the PCB shield for the Biped. These improvements are based on feedback and experience in the manufacturing, design and build of the PCB. Analysis The […]

Fall Biped 2016- Color Sensor Design

By: Alan Valles (Electronics and Control) Approved by: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction  The purpose of this blog post is to explain the function and design of the custom PCB color sensor that was made. Analysis This color sensor was made to meet our requirements and detect color pads below. Two version of the color […]

Fall Biped 2016- Verification Matrix and Validation

By: Brandon Perez (Missions, Systems, and Test) Approved by: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Req. No. “The Biped Shall” Statement Success Criteria Method Results Pass / Fail Introduction This report covers the Test Plans for Verifying and Validating our Requirements. Matrix L1-1 Shall be ready to participate in the game “Save The Human” on December 14th, […]

Fall Biped 2016- Interface Definition and Cable Tree

By: Brandon Perez (Missions, Systems, and Test) Approved By: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction This report will cover the interface definition and cable tree. Table Information Figure 1. 3DOT Interface Matrix. On the top, here, we have our interface definition presented at CDR that has been updated to match our final Biped design. On the […]

Fall Biped 2016- Motor and Battery

By: Alan Valles (Electronics and Control) Approved by: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction The purpose of this document is to show all the updated schematic and hardware changes since CDR. Hardware Design The Final Hardware design of our robot was slightly different than what we had spec’d for CDR. The Motor stayed the same, it […]

Fall Biped 2016- Software Structure

By: Alan Valles (Electronics and Control) Approved By: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction The purpose of this document is to demonstrate software logic behind the Biped. Analysis The Fall 2016 Biped had a requirement which stated that the Biped had to be controlled using RC mode in the Arxterra App. The main feature of the […]

Fall Biped 2016- Quantitative Values for our Requirements

By: Brandon Perez Approved by: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction A final update of the requirements with completed values is provided below. The reason for preparing quantitative requirements is to ensure that during the validation and verification tests, we have more testable criteria. Level 1 Requirements The Biped shall statement… Shall be ready to participate […]

Fall Biped 2016- Design Document

By: Hector Martinez Approved By: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction Requirement The Biped design correlates to all level 1 and level 2 requirements because the body will house all components. This design document reviews the design process for Biped starting at week 9 of the semester. Up until week 9, the manufacturing engineer for Biped […]

Fall Biped 2016- Foot Design

By: Hector Martinez (Manufacturing Engineer) Approved by: Ijya Karki (Project Manager) Introduction Requirement “Shall be able to walk a minimum speed of 0.32 mm/sec.” After CDR, we discovered that our foot design was inhibiting the weight shifting that the Theo Jansen Biped (TJB) toy provides. After careful inspection, it was noted that a simple design […]