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 Once the teams have been assigned, you should: Once the teams have been assigned, you should:
  
-  * read the design notes on [[design:project initialization]].+  * read the design notes on [[design:problem analysis]] in the [[design:Design Roadmap]].
   * meet as a team and hold a [[design:kickoff meeting]] for your project.   * meet as a team and hold a [[design:kickoff meeting]] for your project.
  
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 All teams in a given section will do the same project. By section, links to project design briefs are given below: All teams in a given section will do the same project. By section, links to project design briefs are given below:
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 +/*
  
 <WRAP alert> <WRAP alert>
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 </WRAP> </WRAP>
  
-/*+*/
  
 ^ **SECTION(S)** ^ **PROJECT** ^ ^ **SECTION(S)** ^ **PROJECT** ^
-| 1 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/19eI3xPAtdy9WP6nu2o3ohxtQoP8SU6JzNuT_Ut9xre8/edit?usp=sharing|All-Terrain Mobility Aid]] | +| 1, 8 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_RSgoBBVvHLzIa1HpgZVu864qiIYx57YibhHdcG2qIg/edit?usp=sharing|Automobile Tire-Changing System]] | 
-| 2 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_RSgoBBVvHLzIa1HpgZVu864qiIYx57YibhHdcG2qIg/edit?usp=sharing|Automobile Tire-Changing System]] | +2, 5 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/13iE5EVKvfp1EK63FmEq9TTAeWMJjUgkm810lP1BNEMw/edit?usp=sharing|Incapacitate Human Carrying System]] | 
-| 5 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/18FGS9pwhKvU32b6KCpAnFRHkUFki-T5pxK7EUd5WSUM/edit?usp=sharing|Hospital Room Patient Movement]] | +3, 11 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/116Vi-7Iu2z9sEIBp5GCFGQGbfZgQh0JjlLHAcypxhXA/edit?usp=sharing|Affordable Water Harvesting]] | 
-6, 11 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m8Y97Fyu418LrBMM7_kaH58dcY6xXEpoC8NbKqFQzBs/edit?usp=sharing|Assistive Transport of Children when Walking]] | +| [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/18FGS9pwhKvU32b6KCpAnFRHkUFki-T5pxK7EUd5WSUM/edit?usp=sharing|Hospital Room Patient Movement]] | 
-| [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/13iE5EVKvfp1EK63FmEq9TTAeWMJjUgkm810lP1BNEMw/edit?usp=sharing|Incapacitated Human Carrying System]] | +| [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/19eI3xPAtdy9WP6nu2o3ohxtQoP8SU6JzNuT_Ut9xre8/edit?usp=sharing|All-Terrain Mobility Aid]] | 
-| [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ML9Ra-RWTCj4cABU5YGwl4uvEPGnO8nX5yLT19l73Fc/edit?usp=sharing|Leaf Management]] | +| 9 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m8Y97Fyu418LrBMM7_kaH58dcY6xXEpoC8NbKqFQzBs/edit?usp=sharing|Assistive Transport of Children When Walking]] | 
-| 9, 13 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hJ75RsbEI2IOFBTdLWjr6eetv8_hd4JxvFq_Z5deNbc/edit?usp=sharing|Homecare Patient Movement]] | +| 10 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ML9Ra-RWTCj4cABU5YGwl4uvEPGnO8nX5yLT19l73Fc/edit?usp=sharing|Leaf Management]] | 
-| 10 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-4TBVnJU8MI8Ggx4EeiYSkJerPLuizaOYhZlDbqY5NM/edit?usp=sharing|Dispensing Personal Medication]] | +| 12 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BHGg5Az7nh0cDeuMNOcJAzRx5l1oeicLzqK3O66YlN0/edit?usp=sharing|Water Disaster Escape Life-Support System]] |
-| 12 | [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/17xIuLJX7bcBr2q6zqOJ6R1OmeFnL2rpvQj7K8ww18MI/edit?usp=sharing|Maritime Escape Life-Support System]] |  +
- +
-*/+
  
 ===== Project Deliverables ===== ===== Project Deliverables =====
  
-The deliverables of a project are those "concrete" things that must be presented to a client (in this case, the instructors) to constitute a completed project. The deliverables for this project include the following.+The deliverables of a project are those "concrete" things that must be presented to a client (in this case, the instructors) to constitute a completed project. This section describes those deliverables
 + 
 +**A complete project includes all the documents listed in the table below.** 
 + 
 +Templates for the various reports are available in the [[https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1RjjXAmRqMHlS1RQLTfyqm04YFY1IKyVz?usp=sharing|Project Reporting Templates]] folder. 
 + 
 +Each team will keep all these deliverables in a single [[teaching:Google Shared Folder]].
  
 Reports should be written as technical documents targeted at upper management and technical staff, not a sales or marketing tool to convince prospective customers to "buy" your product. Reports should be written as technical documents targeted at upper management and technical staff, not a sales or marketing tool to convince prospective customers to "buy" your product.
  
-See the page on [[teaching:Grading Team Reports]] for details on the rubric used.+See the page on [[teaching:Grading Team Reports]] for details of how grading is performed.
  
 The format (including fonts, colours, pagination, headers & footers, etc.) is very important. **The report format must not be changed**. I will apply [[teaching:salustri's grading policy#deductions and penalties]] for changes to the report format. The format (including fonts, colours, pagination, headers & footers, etc.) is very important. **The report format must not be changed**. I will apply [[teaching:salustri's grading policy#deductions and penalties]] for changes to the report format.
- 
-Each team will keep all these deliverables in a single [[teaching:Google Shared Folder]]. 
  
 The whole project will require several documents, as listed in the table below. You may update, refine, and correct these documents throughout the semester such that the final set of all documents by the end of the semester are as good as you can make them. The whole project will require several documents, as listed in the table below. You may update, refine, and correct these documents throughout the semester such that the final set of all documents by the end of the semester are as good as you can make them.
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 | [[#Milestone 2]] (PAS and PCS) | ''SSTT PAS MEC325 YYYY'' and ''SSTT PCS MEC325 YYYY'' | Weeks 11 and 14 | | [[#Milestone 2]] (PAS and PCS) | ''SSTT PAS MEC325 YYYY'' and ''SSTT PCS MEC325 YYYY'' | Weeks 11 and 14 |
 | [[#Executive Summary]] | ''SSTT Executive Summary MEC325 YYYY'' | Week 14 | | [[#Executive Summary]] | ''SSTT Executive Summary MEC325 YYYY'' | Week 14 |
-| [[#Detailed Design]] | ''SSTT DDS MEC325 YYYY'' | Week 14 |+| [[#Detailed Design Specification|Detailed Design]] | ''SSTT DDS MEC325 YYYY'' | Week 14 |
 | [[#Appendices]] | ''SSTT Appendices MEC325 YYYY'' | Weeks 5, 11, and 14 | | [[#Appendices]] | ''SSTT Appendices MEC325 YYYY'' | Weeks 5, 11, and 14 |
 | [[#CAD Files]] | ''SSTT PPPP.XYZ'' | Week 14 | | [[#CAD Files]] | ''SSTT PPPP.XYZ'' | Week 14 |
-| [[design:Online Design Journals]] | ''SID Surname MEC325-SS YYYY Design Journal''Week 14 |+| [[design:Online Design Journals]] | ''SID Surname MEC325-SS YYYY Design Journal''Weeks 3 and 14 |
  
 **NOTES** **NOTES**
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   * Read about how to use [[teaching:Google Shared Folder]]s.   * Read about how to use [[teaching:Google Shared Folder]]s.
   * Read about [[teaching:Salustri's grading policy]] and [[teaching:Salustri's grading policy#deductions and penalties]].   * Read about [[teaching:Salustri's grading policy]] and [[teaching:Salustri's grading policy#deductions and penalties]].
 +  * You are encouraged to use internal links in your Google Docs and PDFs. However, note that links in a Google Doc to other Google Docs will **not** be translated correctly when you convert to PDF within Google Docs itself.
  
 ==== Milestone 1 ==== ==== Milestone 1 ====
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   * a properly named and shared PRS document,   * a properly named and shared PRS document,
   * a properly named and shared Appendices document,   * a properly named and shared Appendices document,
-  * a properly named and uploaded (to the LMS) PDF version of the above-noted documents, and +  * a properly named PDF of the above documents, //stored in your team's Shared Google Folder//, 
-  * completion of the corresponding tab of the [[design:WDF]].+  * a Turnitin report of the PRS document, //stored in your team's Shared Google Folder//, 
 +    * (One team member can upload the PRS PDF to the LMS, wait for the Turnitin report, then download that report and store it in the Shared Google Folder.) 
 +    * (The name of the Turnitin report would be the same as the PRS PDF with ''Turnitin'' added to the filename.) 
 +  * completion of the corresponding tab of the [[design:WDF]], which should already be in your Shared Google Folder. 
 + 
 +The Turnitin report is due within 48 hours after the deadline for the Milestone, to accommodate foreseeable delays by Turnitin.
  
 ==== Milestone 2 ==== ==== Milestone 2 ====
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   * a properly named and shared PCS document,   * a properly named and shared PCS document,
   * a properly named and shared Appendices document,   * a properly named and shared Appendices document,
-  * a properly named and uploaded (to the LMS) PDF version of the above-noted documents, and +  * if you changed the contents of the PRS, you must have revised PRS document available too, 
-  * completion of the corresponding tab of the [[design:WDF]].+  * properly named PDFs of the above documents, //stored in your team's Shared Google Folder//, 
 +  * Turnitin reports of the PAS and PCS documents, //stored in your team's Shared Google Folder//, 
 +    * (One team member can upload the PDFs to the LMS, wait for the Turnitin reportsthen download those reports and store them in the Shared Google Folder.) 
 +    * (The name of the Turnitin report would be the same as the PDF with ''Turnitin'' added to the filename.) 
 +  * completion of the MS2 tab of the [[design:WDF]], which should already be in your Shared Google Folder. 
 + 
 +The Turnitin report is due within 48 hours after the deadline for the Milestone, to accommodate foreseeable delays by Turnitin.
  
 ==== Executive Summary ==== ==== Executive Summary ====
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   * a summary of your team goals (from your [[design:situation scan]]),   * a summary of your team goals (from your [[design:situation scan]]),
   * a review of key requirements of your intervention,   * a review of key requirements of your intervention,
-  * a full page sketch of your refined final concept, +  * a full page sketch of your refined final concept, and 
-  * a summary of the highlights of your detailed design, and  +  * a summary of the highlights of your detailed design.
-  * completion of the corresponding tab of the [[design:WDF]].+
  
-The executive summary can be no longer than 7 pages (cover page, team declaration page, and five pages of text as outlined above).+The executive summary can be no longer than 7 pages total (cover page, team declaration page, and five pages of text as outlined above).  
 + 
 +Use full paragraphs in this deliverable; do **not** use Extended Point Form. 
 + 
 +Do not have any references in your Executive Summary.
 ==== Detailed Design Specification ==== ==== Detailed Design Specification ====
  
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 ==== References ==== ==== References ====
  
-References in [[https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/mae/asmecitation|ASME format]] are expected in the [[PRS]], [[PAS]], [[PCS]], and [[DDS]] reports.+References in [[https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/mae/asmecitation|ASME format]] are expected in the [[design:PRS]], [[design:PAS]], [[design:PCS]], and [[design:DDS]] reports. The templates for each of these reports has a section for References. 
 + 
 +==== Appendices ==== 
 +=== Appendix 1 ===
  
-==== Appendix 1 ==== 
 Solidworks Drawings - a //set of working drawings// of your product, sufficient to allow someone to actually assemble it.  Solidworks Drawings - a //set of working drawings// of your product, sufficient to allow someone to actually assemble it. 
   * Insert drawings into your report in landscape mode, ensuring correct aspect ratio.   * Insert drawings into your report in landscape mode, ensuring correct aspect ratio.
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   * The CAD Drawings in this appendix are NOT "figures" and so are NOT captioned.   * The CAD Drawings in this appendix are NOT "figures" and so are NOT captioned.
  
-==== Appendix 2 etc. ====+=== Appendix 2 etc. ===
 Whatever other ancillary material you need to demonstrate and justify your design, such as data sheets on components you found on the web or in hard-copy catalogues, or for calculations you wish to include about how you designed your product (e.g. calculating forces, loads, velocities, component sizes, etc.) Whatever other ancillary material you need to demonstrate and justify your design, such as data sheets on components you found on the web or in hard-copy catalogues, or for calculations you wish to include about how you designed your product (e.g. calculating forces, loads, velocities, component sizes, etc.)
  
 ==== Report tips ==== ==== Report tips ====
 +
 +**Update documents frequently**\\
 +Since all documents will be reviewed at the end of the semester, a team should feel free to continually update their reports until the final deadline per the Weekly Schedule.
  
 **Length of the report**\\ **Length of the report**\\
-Irrelevant. It must be as long as necessary and no longer.\\+Irrelevant. It must be as long as necessary and no longer. Being concise requires effort; make sure you put in that effort.\\
  
 **Writing style**\\ **Writing style**\\
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