The Water Table Team is broken into 2 subgroups: the water filtration team and the wave generator team.

Meet The Team of Spring 2022

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Aislinn Young 

  • Project Archivist 

  • Freshman (Elementary Education)

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Kirsten Trapp

  • Project Archivist 

  • Freshman (Elementary Education)

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Shan Huang 

  • Design Lead

  • Senor (Computer Engineering)

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Crystal Dobrowski

  • Financial Officer

  • Freshman (Elementary Education)

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Kevin Lin

  • Communication Officer

  • Sophomore (Computer Engineering)

Water Filtration

Problem: Designing a filtration system for the water table that is safe and affordable.

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Wave Generator 

Problem: Designing a portable wave generator for children to play with in the water table that is 2ft by 4ft with 2 cm of water.

 2021 Fall design:

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This design utilizes SG90 Arduino motors to push paddles (pivoted on the bottom of the table) to generate waves.

Pros: 

  • Connected to a power source

  • Out of the way 

  • Safe

Cons: 

  • Dying Waves

  • Large in size

  • Difficult to install and maintenance 

  • Expensive 

 2022 Spring Design:

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 Leg:

  • Adjustable legs

    • The waterwheel height 2 cm to 7 cm​

  • Construction: 

    • Long Bolt​

    • 3d-printed cover

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 Wheel:

 
 
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Cup design

  • Larger in width and length

  • “Spoon” shape

  • Narrow design

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Curve design

  • Smaller

  • Slight curve

  • Lightweight

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Cup Design

 Switches:

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Charging Port 
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Power Switch 
 

 Interior:

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Decoration:

  • Stackable Tower

  • Attachable Stickers (Designed by Kristen and Aislinn)  

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