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Transcript: The fan blades were constructed from the pre-existing template. The blades were shaped using tensile snips and a metal filer. They were then bent multiple times until the desired angle was reached at 15 degrees. Fan Dimensions: Thickness - 0.1 cm Length - 5 cm Width - 4 cm Samara Fan Blade Presentation Using the survey results, we can conclude that, even with less material, the performance of the fan was the same/ better than the original. New fan made less noise Less weight to be spun = less energy required to get the same airflow If we bought a bigger fan, the difference in the fan performance and the changes we made in the fan blades would have been a lot more significant If our design or the idea of cutting back material and energy usage was implemented on a larger scale, there would be a significant difference in our current consumption trends. Requirements Photo credits: Desired Outcome We conducted a student survey in which we asked students which fan they thought felt stronger/powerful. - -Through our poll, our fan was able to measure up well to the factory fan US is the second biggest energy consumer in the world Electrical energy is the biggest area of contribution Use of electrical energy is highest during the summer An AC unit uses about 3500 watts each hour, while a fan only uses about 2400 watts a day. Fans consume a lot less energy, but are far less effective, which leads people to use AC instead. Our solution was aimed to be a small piece in solving the larger, more serious energy issue. By finding a middle ground between energy consumption and peak performance, we hoped to maximize the efficiency of the fan. We planned for our final outcome to be a fan that is more cost-effective than the original (our design uses less material), and one that creates a larger air flow without using more energy. General Problem Testing Experimental Errors Results and Conclusion Due to the constraints of machinery and cost, we were unable to make our ideal design a reality. Cuts that were made using the tensile snips were not smooth and the metal filer did little to help. The template was also not of desired thickness. The base of the blade was supposed to be thicker. The width of the blade should have been narrower. The fan blade should have also had groves on the surface to further resemble a samara. Despite the errors and restraints in our design, the final product still displayed a significant difference in efficiency. The fan used less material for the blades than the original Design Details Design Errors There is some degree of bias and influencing factors beyond our control that may have lead students to pick one fan over the other. Not as many bias factors influencing the participants' decisions. The plastic bag test had numerous flaws including the lack of consistency and the point of test completion. The fans were not strong enough to participate effectively in the water test. -Our project, which was to design more efficient fan blades, is based of the design of helicopter seeds (i.e. samaras). Model The blades must be attached to the original fan structure and spin smoothly. The entire electric fan must be tightly secured to prevent hazardous child’s play. The angle of the fan blade to the base should be between 10° and 14°. (changed requirement from 71 degrees and 72 degrees because our product was on a small scale) The fan must have 4 fan blades that fit within the dimensions of the original. The fan blades should weigh between 2 - 3 grams in order for it to spin freely.

Feature Presentation

Transcript: Major Customers Empanelled Vendor Why Liaising? What is needed? Solution Projects / Long Term Contracts TET (Primary teacher recruitment) CCTV in Elections KKR in IPL Finals Jyoti Basu's funeral B. Ed. College Multiple instances of Air conditioners / Television / Fridge Coffee / Tea machines Mobile phones / Tablets Copiers / Fax machines Websites Now we are looking for quality vendors for big business and long term relationships. Feature Presentation BNI Dreamz 24 years in IT - since 1992 Over 20 years with Government - since 1996 Over 95% turnover from Government Demand came from them Now we actively do it Why people don't do it? Work done in IT Credentials - proof of experience Standards & Quality - ISO and others Industry certifications, affiliations, prominence in trade association or chamber of commerce Awards, Certificates Tendering PPP / BOOT / Maintenance Most profitable Sell once, earn for years Low competition, high margins Service or Goods/Service combination Various agencies Direct orders Referral orders Indirect orders DGS&D Advance payment !!! Goods only or with standard service Fisheries Land & Land Reforms Fire Services Civil Defense Kolkata Police SIDCL WBSEDCL KMDA Minorities Affairs Tea Board Port Trust All RTO's All District Magistrates Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Maneesh Kasera Director Venus IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Four modes Good quality at reasonable price Deep pockets Scalability Authorizations Registrations and compliance Trade Licence, VAT, Service Tax, PAN, Prof. Tax PF, ESI MSME, SSI, Import Licence, other relevant Ideal for retail business regular requirements small ticket size Closed tenders Various agencies Work done in Liaising Home P & AR Transport Education Health & Family Welfare Social Welfare Tourism Disaster Management PWD Panchayat & RD Maneesh Kasera My Company Red Tape Payments Contacts Entry barriers Involvement Competition Burnt Fingers Why Government? Least profitable Sometimes unavoidable Work before Spec to skew Statewide Medical College & Hospital networking Schools >1100 Colleges ~35 Driving Licence & Vehicle Registration Certificate Raktim & Thalamon Chief Minister / Chief Secretary Election / Gangasagar / Muharram / Haj Statewide - RTO (Motor Vehicles) Disaster Management Fisheries ICTC Mass Education & Libraries many more Too many to list here And almost everyone else with office in WB !!! LIAISON Rate Contract Liaising BIG orders BIGGER margins BIGGEST satisfaction Social responsibility Doing business with the Government Identify / create opportunities Develop a sales pitch Contact the right people Avoid tendering or influence it Pre-order paperwork Pricing advice Tender formalities and follow ups Procuring orders Deliver goods and services Get certificate of work done Post sales paperwork Getting the payments Getting the deduction certificates Getting the securities released Sales Related Empanelment Certification Licences Registration Rate contracts Subsidies Waivers Misc

Home-Made Fan

Transcript: Home-Made Fan Presented by Sergio Aznar, Elena Lacámara, Javier Sin y Carolina Perez. Phases Index NEED IDEA DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION MARKETING Idea Need and idea A kind of leaf blower but made with recycled materials and with a box in which we would put some ice to cold the air produced by this fan and it would be able to cool a room. Need (tender document) Conditions of the project 1. Original and attractive design 2. ON/OFF light 3. Easy to transport 4. Built with recycled or recyclable materials 5. Use some clean and renewable energy 6. Be efficient (cool in a fast way) 7. Have a durable and rechargeable battery Six principal elements Six elements that affect technology 1. Materials and their properties 2. Scientific and technical knowledge 3. Thechnical drawing 4. Computers 5. Work skills 6. Economic factors Process Construction and development Materials Materials: 1. Plastic tube 2. DC toy motor 3v-6v 3. A paint spry 4. Portable battery 5. ON/OFF switch 6. Plastic box (to contain ice 7. Materials you can find at home: a. CDs plastic box b. Plastic bottle of water c. A can d. Glue Budget MATERIALS PRICES Plastic tube DC toy motor Paint spry Portable phone battery 3€ 3€ 2€ 3€ 15€ TOTAL: Plastic box 0,50 € ON/OFF switch 3,50€ Marketing We should be aware of the decisions we take today because they will have a social and environmental impact for future generations. In our project, we use recyclable objects so they don’t affect negatively the environment Environment Environment Conclusion Conclusion Our final decision is to make a portable fan made with some materials that everybody can find at home. We have choose this idea because it was the easiest to build, also, it isn't quite expensive and it is easy to transport.

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