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Day 10 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Today, we mounted a Bicycle Rear Carrier on to the bicycle to place our generator on to.  Within the next post, our project will be finished and ready for use. Our Problem: Suppose you are biking down...

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Day 8 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Today, we finally completed the assembly of all parts. We are ready to attach the gear and generator to the bicycle.  Soon we will be finished with our project. Our Problem: Suppose you are biking...

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Day 7 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Image Credit: SSJ4justin Today, we cut out a piece to attach the gear to our power generator.  The piece has been inserted into the gear and the generator has been prepared to attach to the bicycle. ...

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Day 6 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Image Credit: SSJ4justin Today, we received our final parts, and started building our prototype. Many of the parts still need to be modified. We have several feasible designs for our prototype. The...

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#energybicycle Day 5

#energybicycle Day 5

Today we drew a very detailed picture of our project. It illustrates how we will use our parts to charge a phone. You may us the first or second options, (pink/blue) the only difference is that one of...

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Day 4 #energybicycle

Day 4 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Today we filed a purchase order for the project.  The order consists of a generator, bicycle chain, and a bicycle gear. We are now awaiting the arrival of our products. Our problem: you are biking...

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Day 2 #energybicycle

Day 2 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Today we have changed our course of action.  Instead of using wind power, we are going to have an attachment that uses the bicycle gears that are connected to a generator and when it spins it will produce...

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Day 1 #energybicycle

Day 1 #energybicycle

By: Ethan Vu

Today we prototyped the model for our mini "wind turbine".  It is made of five layers of paper and it can spin. We have yet to make it produce energy.  Problems that we are facing currently is getting...

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