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Tashi’s Academic Projects
Sensors and Data - UConn Capstone Project

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Intro for Web Viewers
Thanks for taking a moment to check out this short Powerpoint. In it I cover a
few projects that I have worked on during my academic career.
The first project that I cover is a lab assignment that I carried out during my
sophomore year at the University of Connecticut
The second project is my Capstone project from my senior year. The intent of
this web presentation is to give a brief overview of some of the things I have
worked on and where my interests lie.
Thanks for viewing! I am looking forward to giving this presentation to you in


Sensors and Data
Piezoelectric Actuator Lab

Used a motor with a fine travel
range of 25 micrometers
Inputted 5 V signal at 5hz
Measured movement with Linear
Variable Displacement Transducer
(LVDT) and National Instruments
Used filters to account for noise
Looked for 5hz signal in LabView


Sensors and Data

Focus was on windowing and
signal processing
Used Fourier Transform to find
constituent frequencies of
measured signal

Various waveforms
Various sampling frequencies


Other Piezoelectric Applications
Harvard Robobee

Meso-scale flying robot
Two piezoelectric components
control each wing
Weight less than .1g
Currently wired


UConn Senior Design

Year-long design project
Corporate Sponsor
gives “donation” of
Teams of students work
to solve industry
Projects are displayed
at UConn School of
“Demonstration Day”


Automation of a Taping Process

Goal was to automate the
application of masking tape
Masked parts to be plated
(chrome, anodized, acid-etching)
MRO process – variable part
Machine has to accept range of
part sizes
Successful outcome


Picture of Final Product – ‘Lathe’
Style Automated Machine
Logic Control

Drive Motor

Power Distribution

Adjustable End


Systems - Moveable End Plate

Anodized aluminum endplate supported by linear bearing on rods.
End plate allows for part lengths of 1” to 30”
Plate held in place by quick clamp


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