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Team: ChemECar Design Team
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The main objective of ChemE Car is to design and construct a car (roughly the size of a shoe box) that propels itself on a chemical reaction, stops itself on a chemical reaction, or both. The car must have the power to travel a specified distance and the versatility to hold different weights. The construction of each vehicle involves tying together principles from not only chemical engineering, but also the electrical, mechanical and bioengineering fields. Creating a reliable and accurate car requires close attention to detail from conception of ideas to construction and ultimately the collection and analysis of data.
Sponsorship
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Mentors
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[if 303 not_equal=””][/if 303]Kelsey Granger
Team Members

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Jeffrey Vitek

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Roy Sun

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Vishnu Joshi

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Alex Ozbolt

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Kevin Chudy

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Soumit Roy

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Sarah Gooley

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Gaby Carter

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Roberto Jarin

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Antara Raisa

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Sara Weill

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Victoria Qu

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Sapan Patel

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Samuel Kim

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Tony Jung

[if 306 not_equal=””][/if 306]Armstrong Gbessagee
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Here are two photos of our car. One with the propulsion mechanism (right) and one with the stopping mechanism (left).
Demonstration of our car moving and stopping. As well as a short powerpoint presentation on our mechanisms.