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Electro-Kinetic Road Ramp

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Mohamed ElAraby

on 16 August 2016

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Transcript of Electro-Kinetic Road Ramp

I.Introduction
Electro-Kinetic Road Ramp
How can we benefit from this kinetic energy of vehicles to generate electricity?!


II.Principle of work
III.Advantges of
Electro-Kinetic ramp
Team Data
Names

Amgad Badr
Omar Mohamed
Omar Alaa Eldin
Omar Essam
Alyia Ismail
Ali Nabil
Amr El Saied
Mohamed Galal
Mohamed Hamdy
Mohamed Abd Elmaboud
Merhan Elmassry
Marwa Kamal
Proposed design

In new Delhi , India:
The project’s idea used a rack and gear system to change car’s force
into mechanical energy , the output power is 50W.

The United Kingdom:
The project’s idea used a spring and gearbox system , the output power
is 72W.

United states project’s idea:
Used oscillating shaft with flywheel system used to charge batteries ,
the output power is 52W.

1-Generation of power without polluting the environment.

2-No consumption of any fossil fuel which is non-renewable source of energy.

3-No fuel transportation required.

4-Traffic Regulation.

IV.Project budget
Note: this is an estimated budget and it’s not accurate
The main parts which will be used:

*Generator (Dynamo): 300-500 L.E
*Chargable Batterys: 500 L.E/each
*Two Deep grove ball bearing: 100-120 L.E
*The Mechanism parts (shaft,gears,rod,…etc): duo to materials and dimensions. 500 L.E
*Solid parts (the main body of the Ramp and the box beneath the ground. 1500 L.E
*Sensors and electronics: 1000 L.E
*Banners and books: 500 L.E


Finally we may assume the total budget of the project will be nearly 7000 L.E and the team members are 12 so each individual afford about 600 L.E and this is suitable for us as a team.


V.Team Skills
Our SolidWorks design
Omar Alaa Aldin
Designing & Electronics
-Leadership
-Team work
-Solidworks design
-Presentation Skills
-Communication skills
-MS work-Excel-PowePoint
-Electronics

Omar Mohamed
Leader & Designer
-Leadership
-Team work
-Solidworks design
-Presentation Skills.
-Communication skills.
-Problem solving

Omar Essam
Researcher
-Team work
-Positive Attitude
-Autocad design
-Communication skills.

Mohamed Abdel Maboud
Research & Finance
-Team work
-Research skills
-Technical reporting.
-Communication and soft skills

-Team work
-Research skills
-Technical reporting.
-Leadership
-Communication
-MS work-Excel-PowePoint

Mohamed Hamdy
Presenter & writer
Amr El-Sayed
Presenter & Manufacturing
-Team work
-Communication skills
-MS work-Excel
-Experience dealing with vendors/logistics
Leadership skills

Mohamed Galal
Manufacturing & Logistics
-Experience dealing with vendors/logistics
-Team work
-Communication skills

-Experience dealing with vendors/logistics
-Team work
-Communication skills

Aly Nabiel
Manufacturing & Logistics
-Team work
-Communication skills
-MS work-Excel
-Critical thinking
-Problem solving

Amgad Badr
Quality & Finance
-Team work
-Communication skills
-Autocad designing
-MS word-excel-PowePoint
-Presentation skills

Alyia Ismaiel
Presenter & Writer
Merehan El-Masry
Presenter & Writer
-Team work
-Communication skills
-Negotiation skills
-MS word-excel-PowePoint
-Presentation skills


Marwa Kamal
Presenter & Writer
communication skills
Soft skills
Presentation skills
Deal with Microsoft word
Team work
Skills
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Skills
Skills
Skills
Skills
Skills
Skills
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Skills
Skills

*Dispersion of of opinions and lack of harmony among the team members could lead to project failure

*Failing to determine the time to finish the project

*Failure of mechanical parts of the project

*Unable to transport parts to the work place

*Electrical part of the project
Difficulties that we will face...
How to overcome it
*Making a strong leader to guide us
*Setting a time plan from the beginning of the year
*Setting auxiliary budget
*Using one of our team members' car

Group Average persentage
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