Spring 2016 RoFi: Preliminary Project Plan

Christopher Andelin (Project Manager)

Mario Ramirez (Systems Engineer)

Qui Du (Manufacturing Engineer)

Andrew Laqui (Electronics and Controls Engineer)

Henry Ruff (Electronics and Controls Engineer)

Work Breakdown Structure

Christopher Andelin (Project Manager)

This chart shows the responsibilities of each member. For easier viewing, image can be downloaded by left clicking on the image, then right clicking on the image and finally selecting “Save image as…”

Work Breakdown Structure

Figure 1: Work Breakdown Structure

 

Project Schedule

This schedule represents the amount of allotted work to be completed and the designated time to complete it.  For easier viewing, image can be downloaded by left clicking on the image, then right clicking on the image and finally selecting “Save image as…”

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Figure 2: Schedule

 

Burndown and Project Percent Completion

The burndown chart is a visual representation of work completed vs. work that needs to be completed.

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Figure 3: Burndown Chart

 

Project Cost Estimate

RoFi team members will be funding the project and will be reimbursed by the customer (Gary Hill and/or CubeSat and/or the College of Engineering).

This table estimates the costs associated with the RoFi project. As time progresses, our estimated costs will become more accurate.

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Figure 4: Estimated Cost

 

System Resource Reports

Mario Ramirez (Systems Engineer)

Figure 5: Mass Report

This current mass report is based on the previous group’s RoFi.  The mass report will be updated as our group updates RoFi.  Expected mass is being gathered from previous stl files.  An issue with SolidWorks is postponing our expected mass results.  Parts labeled, A#, are 3D printed parts and can be referenced below.

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Figure 6: Labeling Parts

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Figure 7: Labeling Parts Continued

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Figure 8: Power Report

Our current power report excludes the android tablet because it has its own power source and it is not being powered by RoFi’s on board power supply.  For Servos, I have decided to include the stalled current in this report because it is the max current the servos will draw and we must be able to provide enough power for any situation that RoFi encounters.  The power report will be updated weekly based on the updates we provide for RoFi.