Department of Engineering Technology

Department of Engineering Technology

Recent Submissions

  • Powers, Derek; Sunderland, Kyle; Aljabran, Zainab (2020-04-20)
    This project is called the Follow Me Robotic Cooler. The concept is a person tracking robot that is powerful enough to carry around a 20lb cooler. The project was made ideally for a person attending the Indy 500, that does ...
  • Brauns, Mitchell; Alanazi, Yazed (2020-05-02)
    This project was completed by the request of Professor Cooney. The goal of this senior design project was to create an automated power supply test unit. This automated power supply test unit is needed to reduce the time ...
  • Garza, Elisabeth; Smerdel, Aaron; Staton, Jordan (2019-05-02)
    The purpose of this project is to help people eliminate the confusion on whether they should throw their trash away or dispose of it in a recycling bin. The sustainable waste sorter is an informative device that tells the ...
  • Meni, Ani; Pereira, Thomas; Griffith, Emma (2019-04-30)
    This report details the components, decisions, and functionality to modify a manual system designed to gather data to create equations that correlate pressure and ultrasonic dB to flow. Our modifications turn the entirely ...
  • Shi, Charleston; Ibanez, Cristobal (2019-12-11)
    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and Xtrac want an interactive display of a racecar transmission and allows people of all ages to witness learn. Xtrac has commissioned IUPUI engineers to create a control box that ...
  • Elkins, Michael; Boggess, John (2019-05-05)
    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum has a display transmission that is still actively used in IndyCar today. The museum wants to incorporate this transmission into an interactive display, so guests of all ages can see ...
  • Cassandra Boman, Nick Pohlman (2019-04-29)
    Essential public services, such as Electric, Water and Gas Utilities, are becoming increasingly reliant on network connected devices to control their processes. Wireless control systems are becoming more common in distributed ...
  • Unknown author (2019-05-05)
    The goal of the senior project is to enable students who will soon graduate to see all aspects of a major project. From the conception of design to the completion and commissioning of the final product, there are many ...
  • Al Fuhidah, Basim; Knight, Ron; Wilken, Blaine (2019-04-24)
    Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) is initiating a new course to the Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) Curriculum in the spring of 2019, this course is Advanced Process Controls. ...
  • Binder, Paul; Almogayer, Khaled; Sauer, Matthew (2020-05-05)
    The Solar Splash senior project is the first attempt at creating an entirely solar propelled watercraft. The initial project intent was to design and create a supplement meets the specifications and compete in the competition. ...
  • Taylor, Demetric; Kodjo, Aditan; Bamusa, Khalid (2019-12-14)
    In the following report you will see the entire process of our senior design project. The report documents progress from the beginning to the end of the project. You will see originals ideas that we decided as well as new, ...
  • Howell, Skylar; McHugh, Joseph; Alhamed, Mohammed (2019-04-25)
    This technical report will outline the design and implementation plans for our Speech to Display device. The objective of this project is to create a device that writes speech onto a display. The speech to display device ...
  • Darrough, Kacie; Jackson, Caleb (2020-04-30)
    The Wet Reagent Profile Sensor is a system that Roche Diabetes Care Indy uses in its diabetes test strip manufacturing process. The current system they are using involves a laser sensor that projects onto a wet reagent ...
  • Ortman, Daniel; Rumple, Chase (2019-12-11)
    The Mini-Code tester was a senior design project provided by Carrier Corporation. The mini code tester was an already implemented system that was outdated and needed redesigned to improve operator usability and increase ...
  • Aliheidari, Nahal; Aliahmad, Nojan; Agarwal, Mangilal; Dalir, Hamid (MDPI, 2019-08-17)
    Electrospinning is a simple, low-cost and versatile method for fabricating submicron and nano size fibers. Due to their large surface area, high aspect ratio and porous structure, electrospun nanofibers can be employed in ...
  • Morrow, Brenda L. (Longdom Publishing, 2018-07-21)
    Abstract Introduction: This study examined empirical research on the effects of high correlated color temperature light-emitting diodes (LED) and fluorescent lighting on students in the classroom. LED is becoming the most ...
  • McIntyre, Charles; Labas, Susan (ASEE, 2019-02-01)
    As the leading global advocate of quality construction education, the mission of the American Council for Construction Education1 (ACCE) is to promote, support, and accredit quality construction education programs. ACCE ...
  • Fox, Patricia; McIntyre, Charles (ASEE, 2019-02-01)
    Today’s employers are looking for graduates who possess technical skills, work effectively in teams, think critically and communicate effectively, especially across cultures in addition to other qualities. One of the ...
  • Haas, Kyle; Morton, Stuart; Gupta, Simone; Mahoui, Malika (American Medical Informatics Association, 2019-05-06)
    Non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is one of the most prevalent types of lung cancer and continues to have an ominous five year survival rate. Considerable work has been accomplished in analyzing the viability of the ...
  • Ray, Veto M; Weissbach, Rob; Rennels, Ken (2019-07-29)
    There are many benefits to choosing renewable energy power sources for a business, organization, or residence, but what about the downsides. Energy production systems can be delicate, and this fragility is amplified when ...

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