Gavilan Aeronautics and Space Administration
"We choose to go to the Moon, not because it is easy, but because it is hard" In this project, Gavilan Engineering students work to build a sugar-powered, 3D-printed rocket from scratch.
Euler Method Simulation - Enhanced Algorithm
This project focuses on different ways of using Euler's method for solving ordinary differential equations to be more computationally efficient or accurate.
Euler Method Simulations
This project aims to work around the different ways to solve differential equations through the usage of Euler's Method in hopes of making it more efficient and/or accurate.
Helium Balloon Car: Electronics
Using Arduino and the L298N Motor driver, we are able to control 4 dc motors using Arduino. We will combine this with ir signals from the previous week to remotely control the motors. Attached in the schematics for the electronics.
Helium Balloon Car: Modeling
My primary focus for the helium balloon car project was to model and produce the car's body. As the project evolved I took on more roles, sourcing materials, constructing experiment setups, and aiding in data collection.
Helium Balloon Car: OpenCV Accelerometer
Using video tracking software (OpenCV) and physics concepts (fluid dynamics), we will calculate the acceleration of a car containing a helium balloon.
Arduino 3D printed remote control car
We are working on creating a small size remote control car. The goal of the project is for to learn the basics of design, 3D printing, Arduino and coding.