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  MET 214Go-Kart Project05-May-2004Page 1 of 35 MET 214 GO KART PROJECT The Dirt Devil by www.diyden.net Design Analysis Performed By: John MurrayandTek Lentine  MET 214Go-Kart Project05-May-2004Page 2 of 35 Problem Statement and Concept Description Distribution: N. Kundu Revision: 1 RevisionDate: 4/8/2004 Project Number: MET 214 Project Authorization:   Go Kart Project Scope: Design a single passenger Go Kart that does not exceed 1000 lbs.750 lbs. for the Go Kart250 lbs. for the Passenger  Background: Go Kart is to be designed such that it can be sold at a competitive price for this market. Purchasing / Manufacturing Tasks: Weld/Build Prototypes for EngineeringMaterials - Availability & Stocking Manufacturing Engineering Tasks: Nesting ProgramsToolingFixturingTime Studies Marketing Tasks: Marketing Analysis ReportsCompetitors Costs and Analysis ReportsProduct Catalogs Engineering Tasks: Project Description FrameWheel LoadsFriction FactorsPower TransmissionBraking System  MET 214Go-Kart Project05-May-2004Page 3 of 35 Engineering Tasks Continued: Engineering Calculations & Parts Selection for the Frame Loading DistributionMoments and Shear DiagramsMaterial Selection and Justifications Drive System LoadsForce RequiredTorque RequiredHorsepower Required Chain/Belt Selections LengthSpeed RatioLarge and Small Sprocket/Pulley/Clutch  Axle/Shaft TorqueTEMomentMEKeywaysKt Factor Shaft SizeMaterial Bearings CPL10 Braking System Driving Course Materials (Terrain)Tire MaterialFrictionTorque  MET 214Go-Kart Project05-May-2004Page 4 of 35 Engineering Tasks Continued: Bill of Materials DescriptionsQuantities Assemblies / Sub-Assemblies / Parts BreakdownsPart LocationsNesting Locations/StagesDrawing References Presentation Target Completion Dates: 04/01/2004Problem Statement / Concept Description04/08/2004Concept Drawings04/15/2004Load Distribution on FrameMoment and Shear Diagrams04/22/2004Drive SystemLoad, Force, Torque, Power  Axle/Shaft04/29/2004BearingsBrakesB.O.M.05/06/2004Presentation  Assigned To: Tek Lentine & John Murray
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