Hello all who are reading this. If you see this, then you are most likely an intern for summer of 2016. We are a group of Engineering students at San Jose State University working to develop the Spartan superway, a solar powered podcar automated transportation network. This document is simply a summary of the Spring 2016 final report for the Spartan Superway project.
Navigating this summary is very simple. Each of the subteam’s work is divided into individual blog posts, with a roman numeral indicating the order. Furthermore, each of the organizational sections are underlined like this. Notes taken on each problem have a * in front of them, with lower case roman numerals (such as i and ii) signaling further notes and individual numbers (like 1 and 2) signal even further notes.
Here is an example with a made up sub-team named “Cold fusion wayside”
XIV. Cold fusion wayside
Testing and analysis
- We tested our energy system at Lawrence Livermore national laboratory
i. We used a tank to bring over all of the materials
- The tank was a an M8, provided by the United states national guard
ii. There was a bump in the road that nearly destroyed our system, but thanks to duct tape we were able to fix it
- Our results gave us a 99% efficiency rating