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Browsing by Author "Everbach, Carr"

Browsing by Author "Everbach, Carr"

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  • Rich, Leia; Strachan, Megan (2021)
    This project is focused on the simulation and adaptation of a Viking boat. Using the Danish Viking Museum’s open-source plans from the Gislinge Boat Project, we constructed a two-thirds scale of the boat and adapted the ...
  • Bowen, Connie; Karol, Jess (2016)
    Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) is any system that alters the environment in which crops are grown. This environmental intervention can range from low-tech plastic crop covers to high-tech computer controlled ...
  • Chandrasekhar, Justin (2018)
    designed and built a prototype charging station that would allow an autonomous car to autonomously detect its existence before driving itself in to begin charging. The source of the charge is primarily be a solar charge ...
  • Kayagil, Ahmet (2018)
    The purpose of this project is to design and construct a cob structure located in the Crum Woods. The structure would serve as a place of meditation and contemplation where the occupants could have the opportunity to ...
  • Sammartino, Frank (2020)
    Evaporative downdraft cooling and radiative night sky cooling are two established passive methods for regulating the temperature of a building. Each method takes advantage of different chimney geometries: evaporative ...
  • Ye, Liu Qing (Selina) (2020)
    The purpose of this E90 project is to develop a conceptual design for an Octocopter personal transportation aircraft. Building on prior knowledge, the student gained relevant mechanical engineering design experience ...
  • Pekerti, Dakota (2016)
    For my E90 project, I synthesized a robust model that may be used to evaluate both the optimal performance of residential solar PV systems and the effect of different policies regarding solar energy within different cities ...
  • Giordano, Emma (2018)
    For my senior design project, I looked to create a collapsible, folding outdoor structure that incorporates the mechanics of structural and mechanical engineering that implements the architectural and aesthetic elements ...
  • Zunin, Brandon (2020)
    Current affordable consumer health and fitness tracking devices provide calorie burn data which is woefully inaccurate (27-93% error). Further, using current methods, data can only be supplied for standardized, well-defined ...
  • Branco-Lo, Isabelle (2018)
    A four panel solar array was designed and implemented to offset the power of the Clothier Field Stadium and the Clothier Baseball Field scoreboards as well as all of the coaches' office lights in the Lamb-Miller Field ...
  • Cole, Charles (2021)
    A pilot-scale anaerobic digester was designed, constructed, and operated to demonstrate a more efficient alternative to processing food waste on campus. The single stage, mesophilic system took in food waste, generating ...
  • Millette, Quentin (2020)
    In the last decades there has been rapid growth of renewable energy technologies in lout of societies increased energy demand. Among these technologies, wind generators are among the most widely used type of energy ...
  • Emery, Christine (2016)
    In this E90, I propose a novel laparoscopic grasper design that is intended to reduce the risk of inadvertent tissue damage during surgery. The small, V-shaped jaws of traditional laparoscopic graspers apply high and uneven ...
  • Chee, Franz Kristoffer Alanes (2021)
    The goal of this project is to design a small-scale system using both solar thermal and solar photovoltaic(PV) collectors. The system is intended to meet the electrical and heating requirements of a theoretical chicken ...
  • Xiao, Terrence (2020)
    The primary subject explored by this project was aquaponics. Aquaponics’ potential as a form of sustainable agriculture largely stems from its efficient nutrient cycling, but the same ecological properties make aquaponics ...
  • Borris, Mercer; Brakeman, Sara (2016)
    In high­-rise apartment buildings, there are many pipes as part of the supply and drainage system for potable water. Leaks in these pipes result in a waste of usable water and money, especially when they are internal. In ...
  • Jensen, Erik; Lee, Tony (2015)
    Transportation and electricity sectors account for over 67% of Swarthmore College's greenhouse gas emissions in 2013. As the College explores ways to reduce its carbon footprint, this project examines how photovoltaics and ...
  • Cochrane, Caleb (2015)
    Global climate change is one of the most impressive and daunting challenges of the 21st century, that must ultimately be dealt with by changing the way people consume natural resources. Many people are committed to doing ...
  • Nogueira, Natasha Faria (2018)
  • Powell, Josh; Higashi, Yosuke; Ho, Matt (2018)
    We added self-driving capabilities to Emily Kan and Danielle Miller's go-kart from their 2006 E90 project, further modified by Michael Chen and Chris Grasberger in 2017. We were able to achieve our main project goals ...

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