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Creating a community of great minds in engineering is only one step in solving global-scale problems—MIT also creates programmatic opportunities for scholars to discover their common interests and come together to tackle intriguing, impo...
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Two-hundred fifty students from four schools were presented with a complex problem to resolve using their Sea Perch remotely operated underwater vehicles: A cargo ship went gone down in Boston Harbor and the student groups responded u...
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Testing the custom 4 quadrant DC motor controller. Forward, reverse, and electronic variable braking in both directions. The controller uses 100v, 680 amp power MOSFET modules and the IR21844 half-bridge FET driver. And an Arduino.
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The 2010 Unified Flight Competition was held on May 12 with 13 teams successfully completing flights. The objective of this year's competition was to design, build, and fly two circuits around the Johnson track a radio-controlled aircraf...
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Video by: Canay Ozden (2010) Prostheses are critical body extensions. They should naturally fit the body, lend themselves to customization, and be affordable, none of which are provided by today’s industry. Nadya Peek, of MIT's "Fa...
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This is a test of the brushless ESC I built for my 1/10-scale RC car. It uses sinusoidal AC commutation and field-oriented control, which dynamically adjusts the timing of the motor to optimize torque. As an extension of this control met...
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