Meeting Starts 13:09
Jake updates about his week and a half away. He was at a conference on Engineering Education in New Orleans.
4th of July weekend updates
Conference room fan is working – it was rattling initally, but is now shimmed to not make sound.
The newer gas booster was hooked up and tested, and was moving, pumping air. The next test would be to see if the gas stall pressure is working correctly.
The older gas booster will need work, still waiting on information from Haskel about refurbishment.
TO DO: Friday – Get a major repair kit for the gas booster figured out, either from Haskel or by searching for it online. Get PO for any other tools we need as well.
HX 2 is being rebuilt, HX 1 is being re-soldered in the shop.
Pressure drop of 2 psi with hydrogen through both heat exchangers
Working on calculating out the lengths required for heat exchanger loops in the water baths. Still need to get pressure drops for these. Viscojet is still not on the same page of what requirements we need. Sent a follow up email to Jaime at ACE about the quote he was supposed to get for us to see where he’s at in the process.
TO DO: Call Viscojet to try to clarify our needs. Call Jaime if he doesn’t respond to see where in the process our quote is at.
Technifab is interested in the project and would like to know more. Mike has emailed with updates and offering assistance. When we know the position of the precooler, we can do a fixed tube. Flex tube is looking more difficult. We should set up a meeting with Technifab to talk about the lines and feedthrough.
TO DO: Set up a meeting with Technifab and CC Jake on the email. Talk to Mike to get assistance on the project. Use the CAD model to look at where the line needs to run to fit our precooling options.
Looking at the Quanza hut site -> There looks to be enough setoff distance between the center of the site and the distances required by code. The issue is that the stepped construction on the hill will make the site more difficult. Order form for ACE supplies to pick up is printed and ready to submit.
TO DO: Look at WACs to ensure that the station siting will also meet Washington state codes. Create a slide documenting the requirements of the code and how the site will comply with them.
Has been looking through all of the NFPA code for electrical wiring to try to come up with what requirments there are on creating the electrical circuit. He wants to talk to an electricitian to go over the design before creating an order.
TO DO: Talk to Michael Wood about what the 316 team did and who they talked to at WSU for electrical advice.
TEAM TO DO: Create global BOM with all purchased parts and costs.
Next Thursday ITM will likely come visit to see the tech. We need to make sure that the space stays clean and organized for them to see when they visit.