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  • Hackel, Joseph (1995)
    A feasibility study will be conducted on design of a micro satellite using off-the-shelf technology components. A micro satellite is defined as a class of small, light satellites characterized by low mass and small ...
  • Nkwanyana, Bhekinkosi (1996)
    In wastewater treatment, dissolved air flotation (DAF) is a unit process used to separate solid or liquid particles from a liquid phase. Batch flotation tests using a flotation test apparatus were carried out on samples ...
  • Turhan, Sinan (1994)
    The project consists of the complete design of a fully-automated paint line for a factory which produces 500,000 dishwashers a year, the calculation of some of the energy requirements of the paint line and a proposition ...
  • Mizumori, Michelle M. (2001)
    In this project, a linear programming model system was designed to optimize the pollution removal in a watershed cost-effectively. The system consists of two models, one at the watershed-wide level and one at the ...
  • Fischer, Sheila (1997)
    Humidity Control in a small chamber, such as an oven, is useful for such purposes as industrial cooking or warming. This project alters a commercial oven in order to make it capable of monitoring and controlling its ...
  • Bosworth, David (1998)
    A mechanical mechanism was designed and constructed that applies a variable force on the rim of a drum allowing the tension on the drum head to be changed dynamically. This change in tension affects the tone of the drum ...
  • Neiheiser, Ryan; Riley, C.J. (2001)
    The design of a pedestrian bridge over Crum Creek and its adjacent floodplain is presented herein. Design constraints are as follows: environmental, economic, building codes, AASHTO Guide Specifications for Design of ...
  • Turner, Alexis R.; Young, Jesse A. (2005)
    This report contains the design of a pedestrian bridge located at The Quadrangle, a retirement community in Haverford, Pennsylvania, to be built at the north end of a pond spanning a feeder stream. The report contains ...
  • Price, Snuller (1993)
    A sulfur dioxide abatement strategy is designed to treat the severe pollution problem which exists in Krakow, Poland. The economic, technological, and meteorological situation of Krakow are incorporated within a linear ...
  • Bock, Roger; Wellington, Carl (1999)
    A robotic system that allows a Nomadic SuperScout II robot to press an elevator button was successfully designed and built. It includes an arm for vertical motion, a finger for horizontal motion, a camera to provide ...
  • Sun, Bo; Kahn, Jeffrey (2010)
    In this project, a self balancing mobile robot was designed, built, and controlled using off-theshelf sensing components, a machined chassis, custom printed circuit boards, and balancing and control via a MATLAB/PIC C ...
  • Joseph, Desiree H. (1999)
    As the future availability of non-renewable resources remains a real concern, it is important to examine and develop the ways in which solar energy can be used to power industrial tasks. Clean water is essential for ...
  • Chambers, Dwayne (1999)
    In this project it was attempted to combine two types of solar cells. The photovoltaic, PV, solar cells which convert light energy to electricity and thermal panels, which harness the sun's heat energy. These two types ...
  • Agnesi, Vittorio C.; Lehmann, Nicholas B.; Walton, Eric S.; Zimmer, Alec S. (1997)
    This report contains the complete design of a two-level underground parking garage located at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, underneath the North Campus Athletic Field. This report contains full architectural, ...
  • Smith, Casey A. (2002)
    Cluster analysis is an important tool for discovering structure in complex data sets. This report describes tbe design and development of a software package for performing cluster analyses, providing a full background ...
  • Marsh, Aaron (1998)
    Wing-In-Ground-Effect (WIG) vehicles bridge the gap between aircraft and displacement ships, providing much of the speed of aircraft, combined with the capacity and transportation efficiency of a cargo ship. This article ...
  • Barton, John P. (1995)
    This senior design project involves the design of an artificial wetland, in the form of a fresh water pond, which will incorporate a drainage system designed to direct stormwater runoff into the pond itself. The pond ...
  • Szafran, Andrew; McLaren, Linda; Knouf, David (2002)
    This year the Swarthmore College Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team converted a 2001 Suzuki Swift to a "through the road" parallel configuration HEV. The internal combustion engine system was left in an OEM state. An electric ...
  • Palovick, Joseph; Smith, Aaron (1990)
    The purpose of this project was to design and build a graphics controller card based on the Texas Instruments TMS34010 microprocessor. The TMS34010's (which we will refer to as GSP, graphics system processor) instruction ...
  • Valero-Cuevas, Francisco J. (1988)
    The wrist's intricate joint mechanics are considered one of the most complex in the body. Unfortunately, this makes the wrist particularly vulnerable to joint degenerating diseases. The total wrist arthroplasty is an ...

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