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Maroon Harpoon. Texas A&M University Ocean Engineering Department. Crew Members. Alyssa Baker Duncan Brotzman Chris Dearing Sean Finn Casey Hodges (Team Leader) Alex Knoll James Lightfoot. Abel Melledin David Neat Jeff Phillips Chris Ryan Robert Sanchez - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Maroon HarpoonTexas A&M UniversityOcean Engineering DepartmentTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Crew MembersAlyssa BakerDuncan BrotzmanChris DearingSean FinnCasey Hodges (Team Leader)Alex KnollJames LightfootAbel MelledinDavid NeatJeff PhillipsChris RyanRobert SanchezSarah Schlosser (Team Leader)Cynthia Vittone

    Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert E. RandallTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Overview & GoalsDesign Speed 7 knotsAchieved 5.022 knots at ISR 9Goal for ISR 10 6 knots

    Improve drive train and propulsion system

    Add instruments to gather shaft RPM and torque data

    Develop team and leadership skills

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Design PhilosophyTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*Achieve higher speeds than any TAMU submarine team in the pastReduce drag yet still accommodate a pilot of up to 5 10Gain valuable team building experienceHave fun at ISR 10

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Design and FabricationHull Fabrication

    Propulsion System

    Instruments

    Control SystemTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*Restraint System

    Life Support Systems

    Safety Features

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Hull FabricationLathingMale plugFoam block50 x 30 x 1204 lb/ft3Custom built latheTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Hull FabricationFiberglass LayupTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*Sandwich construction3 layers Kevlar with Epoxy ResinClosed cell syntactic foam2 layers Kevlar with Epoxy Resin

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Hull FabricationFiberglass LayupVacuum bag techniqueWrap plug with release material2 layers cureSyntactic foamApply fillerApply 3 layersTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • PropulsionDrive TrainTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*Cyclical gear box3:1 and 4:1 ratiosDirect driveBrand new drive shaft

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • PropulsionRear BearingSecured by tightening against hull2 glass bearingsNo corrosionNo grease requiredTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • PropulsionPropeller HubTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*Nylon KnobPropeller AttachmentsFollowerWorm GearShaftAngled Grooves

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • PropulsionPropellerTwin knife blade propeller2 sets of carbon fiber propellers1210.751 set of stainless steel propellers9.5TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • InstrumentsMeasure torqueTorque sensorMeasure RPMAccelerometerHall effect sensorElectronics HousingHouses circuit boardHall effect sensorAccelerometerData stored on SD cardTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Control System3 Degrees of controlPitch YawRollSteering columnControl mechanism4 control surfacesTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Pilot Restraint SystemShoulder Restraint3 degrees adjustableLap BeltTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Pilot Life Support System60 ft3 SCUBA Tank8 ft3 Spare AirTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Safety FeaturesSubmarine Safety MarkingsHatchesControl SurfacesControl Surface GuardPropellerStrobe LightEmergency BuoyTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • Safety FeaturesStrobe and Emergency BuoyStrobe LightVisible 360Emergency BuoyAlerts crew to injured pilotTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • TestingOffshore Technology Research Center (OTRC)Located in Research Park on Texas A&M CampusTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • TrainingPilot trainingEmergency EgressAssisted UnassistedPilotingCrew trainingPilot RescueUnconsciousConsciousLaunch RecoveryTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • BudgetCash Donations = $8000In kind donations ~$30,000 KevlarResin & HardenerNose coneDriveshaft, Propeller hub, BearingTAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

  • SponsorshipOceaneering Intervention EngineeringOffshore Technology Research Center (OTRC)Ocean Engineering DivisionZachry Department of Civil EngineeringParadise Scuba

    MTS (Houston Section)SNAME (Texas Section)Diab GroupDUNA USA Inc.Trepan ToolsTexstars Inc.Baumann PropellersPenskeMontgomery Monograms

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009*

    TAMU Human Powered Submarine 2009

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