Mentor/s

Professor Tolga Kaya Cedric Bleimling

Participation Type

Poster

Abstract

This year, senior engineers have worked on building an electric car that will be used now and for future capstone teams to improve on, and to one day race in FSAE Competition..The goal of this capstone is to not only build a drivable car, but to challenge students within the topics of engineering and exploring what it takes to perform in complex projects. Each team member was assigned a role, these roles include, 3D designer, welder, electronics assembler, and team manager, as well as being joined by Junior Directed Research students.

College and Major available

Computer Engineering BS, Electrical Engineering BS

Course Name and Number, Professor Name

ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT II ENGR-418-A, Tolga Kaya

Location

Digital Commons & West Campus West Building

Start Day/Time

4-29-2022 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

4-29-2022 4:00 PM

Students' Information

Jillian Luciano, electrical engineering, 2022

Mike Ohara, electrical engineering, 2022

Jeram Kamlani, computer engineering, TBD

Angelica Galati, computer engineering, TBD

Winner, Provost's Prize 2022 award. Winner, Welch College of Business & Technology Dean's Prize 2022 award.

Honorable mention. Best Technology Prototype 2022 award.

Comments

Senior capstone project, designing an electric race car to one day compete in competition.

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Apr 29th, 1:00 PM Apr 29th, 4:00 PM

Roadkill...Design and Structure of an Electric Race Car

Digital Commons & West Campus West Building

This year, senior engineers have worked on building an electric car that will be used now and for future capstone teams to improve on, and to one day race in FSAE Competition..The goal of this capstone is to not only build a drivable car, but to challenge students within the topics of engineering and exploring what it takes to perform in complex projects. Each team member was assigned a role, these roles include, 3D designer, welder, electronics assembler, and team manager, as well as being joined by Junior Directed Research students.

 

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