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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
The jury is still out regarding whether this particular project is ahead of its time and current technology is not yet capable, making it difficult for even highly skilled individuals or groups to accomplish. The string of unsuccessful contractors chosen to work on this project has grown to an uncounted number now, with some never able to understand the basics of the project despite repeated explanations, others seeming to initially understand it but then showing that it is obviously beyond their skill set when getting into the project, while still others seem to be able to understand it well but then simply stop communicating for whatever their reason(s). Most of whatever budget I had earlier has been depleted due to these unqualified contractors as a whole. This is a project that (in my opinion) could and should be competently accomplished in mere weeks and relatively cheaply by an appropriately skilled individual or group (at least for an adequately performing prototype using off-the-shelf parts to start). And time is of the essence due to a very rapidly dwindling patent protection period. This is a golf-related project that the industry needs very badly at this point in order to prevent the clubfitting trade from continuing its horrible and embarrassing performance record and reputation. Some knowledge of and/or interest in golf and the game's future might be a plus, but is not required and could actually hurt the project due to so much deeply embedded incorrect knowledge within the golf industry. This device(s) and application comprise first accurately tracking and logging golf club movement data before any part of a golf swing (even a practice swing) is even begun (the pre-swing period). While the use of a wireless inertial-type sensor(s) attached to a golf club might at first thought seem most appropriate, sensor drift and noise have been very problematic to this point, so a video camera or other system or technology type has surely not been ruled out. A selected part(s) of the acquired data then needs to be processed through an appropriate algorithm(s) to determine a rotation point location that is developed along the length of the club and that can be in notably different locations from golfer to golfer even using the same golf club. Help is needed in areas including hardware selection and/or development, software application development, and algorithm development, with adequate hardware for logging adequate data seeming to be needed before much software development can proceed (though I could be wrong about this). A prototype with which to gather critical foundational testing data for early analysis is first required in the shortest time possible time and at minimal expense before the project can proceed further. If making a quote, please note whether you are a specialist desiring to contribute to any one particular skill described or whether you consider yourself qualified to develop multiple aspects of the project. Though very crudely produced rather quickly recently, a homemade requirements document detailing various elements of the project and experiences to date is attached for inspection if desired. (Also available for inspection if desired is the manual produced by the first contractor for the sensor hardware he developed). Initially browsing through just the images and videos linked through the document might help one to understand the fundamentals of the project, with additional details in the text as desired. Anyone interested, able, and willing to skillfully help finally bring any part(s) of this particular project to fruition in as little time and cost as possible please consider contacting me with any additional questions or comments. With other leading edge projects beyond this one already in early development (and further improvements in this project expected over time), the potential exists for a longer-term relationship if desired. I am open to fixed-price or hourly quotes. Thanks.
Skills: Mechatronics Algorithm Development Application Programming Electronic Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
I am looking for an engineer that can design a high torque worm drive rack using a battery powered motor. This product will be used in the sea at depth and needs to be very robust and durable. Project details can be made available once an nda is signed. Happy to pay an hourly rate but would prefer to negotiate a fixed fee based on the full brief. Potential future projects as well.
Skills: Mechatronics Electrical engineering Mechanical Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I need someone to help in writting a proper thesis structure, scientific question, research part and further interlinking the research part with conclusion and discussion in proper technical language. I want some one with mechatronics or electronics experience preferably with automotive and technical writting experience.
Skills: Mechatronics Scientific Research Technical writing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We need a design/component that will allow us make two connections from a PCB to an antenna that are extremely close, but will never touch. More details: We are trying to implement a PIFA antenna on a very small scale Bluetooth device. See attached illustration. To accomplish this, we need to place the feed and shorting pin connection points as close to each other as possible. We need a manufacturable solution to connect the PCB to the antenna and ground to the antenna where these two connections points are between 0.6-1.6 mm apart from each other where they make contact with the antenna.
Skills: Mechatronics Mechanical Design Mechanical Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
Efficient Finite Element methods for natural and mixed convection flows in deformable domains under thermal stresses.................Project Description We develop an efficient class of finite element methods for modelling deformation of domains in natural and mixed convection flows. At high temperature thermal stresses on the solid enclosures are expected to generate deformation on the domain confining the fluid flows which alter the flow structures. The aim of the study is to develop a consistent model for coupling convective flow, heat transfer and solid deformation in different enclosures. Coupling conditions at the interface between solid and fluid domains are also investigated in this study. Two types of flows are are considered in our work using the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations for the first type and the Darcy equations for the second type. Linear elastodynamics is used for the deformation of solids in our models. As a numerical solver we develop an efficient finite element method based on Glerkin-characteristics techniques in which same meshes are used for both fluid and solid domains. To speed up the numerical solvers we opt for two procedures: (i) mesh adaptation using a criteria based on the gradient of thermal stresses to refine the meshes and (ii) enrichment of basis functions using a series of heaviside and exponential functions in our finite element solutions. The performance of the proposed models and methods is explained and validated using several benchmark problems in natural and mixed convention work is about simulation study on very hot fluid(air) flows over a solid, so thermal stresses are applied on the solid that can cause bending and deformation for the solid Navier-stokes equations , Finite element, Galerkin method .... all are used to sole the and do the study in Fortran90..............coding in Fortran..........I attached a pdf file which is close to what I am doing my simulation is on hot fluid (air) flows on a solid, that cause heat transfer and deformation ....... I need to mesh and use finite element method on both fluid which is air and solid of course I will use Navier stokes equations to study the behaviour of the fluid are you fimiliar with Navier-stokes equations??.........see this attached file it will help you understanding it
Skills: Mechatronics Fortran Mechanical Engineering
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
We are looking for app developers and programmers who can create an app that syncs to a personal mobility device that has already been designed ( mechanics and electronics), and also program the device to go beyond the basic functions. The device has sensors, motors, Raspberry Pi, all interconnected, and able to perform the basic movement capabilities... what we need is a programmer to be able to program the raspberry to provide for auto pilot, GPS navigation, object detection, pressure sensors control motors/ app control over motors, speed etc utilizing the existing architecture, but open to adding more sensors if needed.
Skills: Mechatronics Arduino GPS Development Raspberry Pi
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Electronics or Electrical engineers are to be hired who have strong report writing skills. If someone is good at mathematical calculations along with being a good report writer, he would definitely have a plus. A long term relation is expected during which the freelancer would be given multiple projects regularly. The short listed candidates would be given a small paid task which would be a step towards final selection. Regards mydesign
Skills: Mechatronics Electrical engineering Electronics
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $600 - Posted
Mechanical and electric engineer needed. Project will be divided into 11 milestones with separate payments. Proposed budget is per milestone. 1. sending and transfer of data and all information including certification matters. 2. transfer of 3DSmax files into catia files with principle optimisation for : front fork/ rear dampers/ rims and tires/ mechanical joints/ front handle bar etc 3. ergonomic validation of the trike with safety procedures and safety optimisation bundle 4. starting of BOM with main components 5. FEA analysis : Static and dynamic with clearly defined assumptions . 6 . Frame optimization 7. frame variation in materials / steel / steel carbon fibre 8. BOM + Plastics 9. Accessory integration and validation 10 final industrialisation bundle ISO 9001 11 validation
Skills: Mechatronics Mechanical Engineering