Work Breakdown Structure -- eLIMO Phase 1 Work -eLIMO [Phase 1

]

Project Planned (Greg Lesher)
[6 Days]

Design and Spec Components (Erik Hendrickson)

Prep Work Completed
[11 Days]

Electric Propulsion System Implemented [57 Days]

Testing (Experimental Validation) Created
[1 Day]

Documentation Created
[78 Days]

Project Closed Out
[3.2 Days]

Project Objective Determined (Greg Lesher)

Requirements Determined
[11 Days]

Parts Specified
[24 Days]

Electrical Components Designed
[12 Days]

Mechanical Components Designed
[30 Days]

Parts Obtained
[51 Days]

Vehicle Moved to Work Facility
[9 Days]

Project Objective Determined (Greg Lesher)

Vehicle Stripped of Non-Essential Components
[3 Days]

Motor & Transmission Installed into Vehicle
[47 Days]

Motor Controller Implemented
[41 Days]

Torque Test Designed (Pat Zirbel)and Run

Torque Test Designed and Run (Pat Zirbel)

Speed Test Designed
[1 Day]

Wiring Diagrams (Greg Lesher) Operator Instructions (Tommy Walsh)

Wiring Diagrams (Greg Lesher)

Final Presentation (Greg Novak) Final Report (Andy Sovol)

Final Presentation (Greg Novak)

Project Framework Planned (Greg Lesher) WBS, Schedule and Resources Determined (Derek Heiser) Project Plan Reviewed and Approved (Greg Novak)

Project Planned Framework (Greg Lesher)

Propulsion Requirements Determined
[4 Days]

Specified Motor (Greg Lesher) Specified Motor Controller (Derek Heiser)

Specified Motor (Greg Lesher)

Wiring Designed
[9 Days]

Safety Systems Designed
[12 Days]

Drivetrain Designed (Ed Speck-Kern) Motor Mounts Designed (Pat Zirbel)

Drivetrain Designed (Ed Speck-Kern)

Parts Ordered
[21 Days]

Parts Delivered
[50 Days]

Vehicle Received From Department of Public Safety (Ryan Agnew)

WBS, Schedule and Resources Determined (Derek Heiser)

Motor Requirements Outlined (Greg Novak)

Project Plan Reviewed and Approved (Greg Novak)

Controller Requirements Outlined (Greg Novak)

Motor Requirements Outlined (Greg Novak) Controller Requirements Outlined (Greg Novak)

Specified Controller Motor (Derek Heiser)

Specified Throttle Control Device (Gas Pedal) (Derek Heiser)

Specified Throttle Control Device (Gas Pedal) (Derek Heiser)

Starting System Designed (Greg Lesher)

Killswitch to Exterior Designed (Andy Sovol)

Killswitch to Exterior Designed (Andy Sovol)

Motor Mounts Designed (Pat Zirbel)

Vehicle Received From Department of Public Safety (Ryan Agnew) Vehicle and Tools Moved to Construction Location (Ryan Agnew)

Cylinder Removed Lock (Erik Hendrickson)

Cylinder Lock Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Fluids Drained From Vehicle (Erik Hendrickson) Internal Combustion Engine Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Transmission Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Exhaust System Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Vehicle Computer Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Engine Radiator Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Fuel Lines Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Gas Tank Removed (Erik Hendrickson) Mounting Point of Motor Identified (Erik Hendrickson)

Motor Mounts Machined (Pat Zirbel)

Motor Mounts Machined (Pat Zirbel)

Operator Instructions (Tommy Walsh)

Vehicle Prepared to Install Motor Controller
[1 Day]

Motor Controller Installed Into Vehicle
[27 Days]

Final Sovol) (Andy Report

High Voltage Wiring Installed
[2 Days]

Low Voltage Wiring Installed
[28 Days]

Acceleration Designed and Test Run (Ed Speck-Kern)

Motor Ordered (Derek Heiser)

Motor Heiser) (Derek Ordered

Motor Delivered (Derek Heiser) Controller Delivered (Derek Heiser)

Fluids Drained From Vehicle (Erik Hendrickson)

Motor Mounted to Chassis (Pat Zirbel)

Motor Mounted to Chassis (Pat Zirbel)

Acceleration Test Designed and Run (Ed Speck-Kern) Deceleration Test Designed and Run (Greg Lesher) Speed Test Designed and Run (Derek Heiser)

Key Deliverables Created
[78 Days]

Close Out Conducted Review (Greg Novak)

Close Out Review Conducted (Greg Novak)

Motor Heiser) (Derek Delivered

Starting System Designed (Greg Lesher)

Low Voltage Wiring System Designed (Greg Lesher) High Voltage Wiring System Designed (Ryan Agnew)

Killswitch for Driver Designed (Andy Sovol)

Killswitch for Driver Designed (Andy Sovol) Killswitch for Battery Charging Door Designed (Andy Sovol)

Clutch Designed (Ed Speck-Kern) Chassis Reinforcement Designed (Pat Zirbel)

Clutch Designed (Ed Speck-Kern)

Vehicle and Tools Moved to Construction Location (Ryan Agnew)

Controller Delivered (Derek Heiser)

Motor Mated and Gearbox (Ed Speck-Kern)

Low Voltage Wiring System Designed (Greg Lesher)

Controller Ordered (Derek Heiser)

Motor and Gearbox Mated (Ed Speck-Kern) Driveshaft and Gearbox Mated (Pat Zirbel)

Automatic Drivetrain Mechanisms Removed (Andy Sovol)

Automatic Drivetrain Mechanisms Removed (Andy Sovol) Legacy Gas Pedal Mechanisms Removed (Derek Heiser)

High Voltage Block InstalledFuse (Greg Lesher)

High Voltage Fuse Block Installed (Greg Lesher) 3-Phase Wires Created and Shielded (Greg Lesher)

Low Voltage Fuse Block Installed (Ryan Agnew)

Low Voltage Fuse Block Installed (Ryan Agnew)

Deceleration Run Designed and Test (Greg Lesher)

Internal Combustion Engine Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Controller Ordered (Derek Heiser)

Senior Design Poster (Andy Sovol)

Drivetrain Requirements Outlined

Specified Regen Control (Brake Pedal) Mechanical (Pat Zirbel)

Specified Regen Control (Brake Pedal) Mechanical (Pat Zirbel) Specified Regen Control (Brake Pedal) Electrical (Derek Heiser) Specified Drive Mode Logic (Andy Sovol)

Chassis Reinforcement Designed (Pat Zirbel)

Killswitch for Battery Charging Door Sovol) (Andy Designed

High Voltage Wiring System Designed (Ryan Agnew)

Controller Mounting Hardware (Pat Zirbel) Designed

Controller Mounting Hardware Designed (Pat Zirbel)

Throttle Control Device Ordered (Andy Sovol)

Throttle Control Device Ordered (Andy Sovol)

Throttle Control Device Delivered (Ed Speck-Kern)

Throttle Control Device Delivered (Ed Speck-Kern)

3-Phase Wires Created Shielded and (Greg Lesher)

Legacy Gas Mechanisms Pedal Removed (Derek Heiser)

Driveshaft and Gearbox Mated (Pat Zirbel)

Harnesses for Controller Created (RS-232 and AMP) (Derek Heiser)

Transmission Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Gearbox Delivered (Ed Speck-Kern) Gearbox Ordered (Ed Speck-Kern)
Gearbox Ordered (Ed Speck-Kern)

Gearbox Delivered (Ed Speck-Kern)

Engine Bay Constructed Shroud (Ed Speck-Kern)

Gear Reduction Requirements Outlined (Ed Speck-Kern)

Gear Reduction Requirements Outlined (Ed Speck-Kern) Clutch Requirements Outlined (Pat Zirbel)

Specified Regen Control (Brake Pedal) Electrical (Derek Heiser)

Engine Bay Shroud Constructed (Ed Speck-Kern)

Motor Controller Mounted to Chassis (Ryan Agnew)

Exhaust Removed System (Erik Hendrickson)

Motor Controller Mounted to Chassis (Ryan Agnew)

Motor Controller Interface Implemented
[6 Days]

Motor Controller Configured
[7 Days]

Cables Controller Motor to Run From (Greg Lesher)

Cables Run From Motor to Controller (Greg Lesher) Cables Securely Mounted and Grounded (Derek Heiser)

Harnesses for Controller Created (RS-232 and AMP) (Derek Heiser)

Speed Test Designed and (Derek Heiser) Run

Senior Design Poster (Andy Sovol)

Project Notebook (Ryan Agnew)

Project Notebook (Ryan Agnew)

Cables Securely Mounted and (Ryan Agnew) Grounded

Cables Securely Mounted and Grounded (Ryan Agnew)

Engine Bay Shroud Designed (Ed Speck-Kern)

Engine Bay Shroud Designed (Ed Speck-Kern)

Vehicle Computer Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Specified Drive Mode Logic (Andy Sovol)

Killswitches Exterior) Door, Driver, (Battery Implemented (Ryan Agnew)

Clutch Requirements Outlined (Pat Zirbel)

Specified High Voltage Fuse Block (Greg Lesher) Specified Low Voltage Fuse Block (Ryan Agnew)

Killswitches (Battery Door, Driver, Exterior) Implemented (Ryan Agnew)

Cables Securely Mounted Grounded and (Derek Heiser)

PC to Controller Interface Configured (Andy Sovol)

PC to Controller Interface Configured (Andy Sovol) Vehicle to Controller Interface Configured (Derek Heiser)

Engine Radiator Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Specified High Voltage Fuse (Greg Lesher) Block

Shifter and Pedal Interface Implemented (Greg Novak)

Shifter and Pedal Interface Implemented (Greg Novak) Speedometer and Power Meter Interface Implemented (Greg Novak)

Vehicle Configured Interface to Controller (Derek Heiser)

Fuel Lines Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Specified Low Voltage Fuse (Ryan Agnew) Block

Speedometer and Power Meter Interface Implemented (Greg Novak)

Gas Tank Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Scope Definitions:
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

Mounting Point Motor Identified of (Erik Hendrickson)

12V Removed Cage Battery and Battery (Erik Hendrickson)

12V Battery and Battery Cage Removed (Erik Hendrickson)

Plan the Project– Project Planning consists of a set of tasks to outline the scope of the project, determine resources needed, tasks to be completed and approve the project plan. Components Designed and Specified- for determining requirements of our motor, controller, electrical components, mechanical components, wiring diagrams and safety precautions. Also consists of timeframe to obtain our ordered parts. Requirements Determined- To outline functionality of the propulsion system and drivetrain components so they satisfy customer requirements. Propulsion Requirements Determined- Outline of motor and controller behavior to meet customer torque and speed requirements. Drivetrain Requirements Determined- Outline of clutch and gear reduction behavior to meet durability and environmental requirements. Parts Specified- Specification of all necessary parts to complete Phase 1. Includes determining the location of any parts that need to be ordered. Electrical Components Designed- Design all of the electrical systems that are required to complete Phase 1, including wiring systems and safety features. Excludes the motor and controller, which has been specified previously. Wiring Designed - Diagrams of the low-voltage and high-voltage systems are documented through Microsoft Visio. Safety Systems Designed- Designing multiple emergency cut-off systems.

10) Mechanical Components Designed- Design all of the mechanical systems that are required to complete Phase 1, including drivetrain modifications, reinforcement to the chassis and mounting considerations to implement the electrical drivetrain. 11) Parts Obtained- The group will be ordering parts from different manufacturers; it is important to set timeframe to receive these products as well. 12) Parts Ordered- All parts that require ordering have been paid for and are pending arrival. 13) Parts Delivered- All parts that require ordering have been received by the group. 14) Prep Work Completed- Due to our partnership with MATC, it is important for us to contact them about the delivery of our vehicle and facilitate modifications to the vehicle before drivetrain installation. 15) Vehicle Moved to Work Facility- Obtain keys to LIMO from DPS and drive to MATC facility. 16) Vehicle Stripped of Non-Essential Components- Consists of MATC removing unnecessary components from eLIMO. 17) Electric Propulsion System Implemented- Consists of installing and implementing motor, controller and transmission into vehicle. Also, includes the installation of high and low voltage wiring systems. 18) Motor and Transmission Installed into Vehicle- The motor is placed within the vehicle and mounted. Wiring from the motor is run and sheathed to the controller mounting location. 19) Motor Controller Implemented- All code and controls necessary to run the motor controller are determined and functioning properly. 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 25) 26) 27) 28) 29) 30) Prepare Vehicle to Install Motor Controller- ensuring there is proper space for motor controller and that it can be weather-protected. Motor Controller Installed into Vehicle- Tasks associated with mounting controller into engine bay. Controller Interface Implemented- Safety features like killswitches are installed, shifter and pedal interfaces are manufactured and implemented, and human interface devices including the speedometer and power meter are implemented. Motor Controller Configured- Software that connect the vehicle to the controller, and the diagnostic laptop to the controller is configured to meet customer range, speed and torque requirements. High Voltage Wiring Installed- High voltage cable is run from the controller to the battery mounting location. The wire is properly protected and fused from ground faults as outlined by Neighborhood Electric Vehicle specifications and slack is left for Phase 3 battery installation Low Voltage Wiring Installed- 12V wiring from the DC-DC converter is routed to the controller and properly protected against ground faults as outlined by the Neighborhood Electric Vehicle documentation. Testing (Experimental Validation) Created- Quantitatively identify the vehicle’s torque, top speed, acceleration and deceleration. Speed Test Designed- Collection of documents that that outline three important tests related to the top speed of the vehicle, its acceleration, and its deceleration. Documentation Created- All key deliverables and documents that provide reference to design decisions, technical specifications, and information key to smooth transition between Senior Design teams Key Deliverables Created- Key documents to be turned in for course credit as outlined by the Senior Design Spring 2008 syllabus. Project Closed Out- Gather all work into final document to be handed in and presented on May 2, 2008. Final review outlines what work remains and provides information for the transitional team for the 2008-2009 team.

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