Honors College Thesis

 

Design, Construction, and Evaluation of a Miniature Swing Public

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  • A swing arm compressor was designed, built, and tested as an undergraduate senior design project for Dr. Richard Peterson. The system developed, while not functioning entirely as desired, gave some initial data and a good base of knowledge for a second iteration of the project. This thesis describes in detail the design process, implementation, and testing of the device as well as giving suggestions for future improvements on the design.
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