This project examines the feasibility of a hydroponic operation within a shipping container with power requirements minimized by solar panels, and with the intention of feeding underserved populations (ie: those without homes) in the Anchorage area. The goals of this project are to determine the feasibility of a grow house:
Research Team: Mohammad Heidari Kapourchali, University of Alaska Anchorage Matthew Berman, University of Alaska Anchorage Micah […]
This project involves the design and build of a timing and control system for a distributed hot water system. The hot water system is 4 separate electric hot water heaters that share a single 15A breaker.
There are many situations where data needs to be collected for long periods of time and it would not be cost effective to have an employee collect the data or have to perform routine maintenance on a data collector.
A small scale hydro plant was to be placed in the Tuksuk Channel. The power generated by the channel would then be used to supply the surrounding region with electricity.
An increased concern in the environment’s health in different ecosystems has sparked a need for instruments that can measure different aspects of each system.
We tested proportional control using the submarine's ballast control system (getting the system to sink to a specific depth with a resolution of 10cm) that was built last semester by a previous engineering senior design team.