This was a project involved with the MCG2101 design course at the University. It was centered around providing a mechanical feasible product for a proposed problem. In this case, the mandate was to provide a mechatronic device that would assist seniors with mobility and prolonged stance. Click below to download the project report.
Used an Arduino UNO to power two DC motors across a motorshield. Developped an App using the MIT App creator to control the device through a bluetooth module attached to the Arduino. Click the "More Details" for a breakdown of its components.
The first main objective of this project is to calculate the friction factor within a conduit using numerical methods that are derived from the Colebrook equation. The second goal is to determine and analyze how the friction factor within a conduit varies when the diameter of the conduit is changed. Therefore, a written program, which can compute the friction factor with varying input commands (density, viscosity, flow rate, roughness, initial conduit diameter and final conduit diameter), was developed to manually compute friction factor values with a predetermined set of diameter changes within the selected interval. Additionally, pre-set cases were prepared within the program to load automatic responses without direct manual input by the user.
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During the Ottawa/Gatineau flood crisis of spring 2019, I was brought on as a general duties member of the Navy to provide support. This was brought to me immediately following the second module of my recruits training. Without much training in my field of logisitics, I took on a support role at the unit. We had approximately 70 military members living at HMCS Carleton as part of their accomodations package. With this, I took the initiative of rounding up all of the contracted untrained recruits and developped an 18 hour support schedule to ensure that all assisting members out on the field would be well rested for outgoing missions. I worked closely with LCdr Morris to ensure that the logistical needs of the mission were met. You can find an example of the scedule I produced for the untrained recruits during this period under "Details" button.
The LOCC is the Logistics Officer Common Course where the basics of logisitics in the military are taught. This is the first of 4 modules which lead to a trade qualified Logisitics Officer within the Royal Canadian Navy. The materials taught in the course vary from the basics of financial accounting to procurement supply chains within the Canadian Armed Forces.