Johns Hopkins
Engineering Design Day

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

The Johns Hopkins Engineering community is creating a better future, translating theoretical knowledge into real-world solutions.

 

Join us on Tuesday, May 4 for a virtual celebration showcasing student innovation and creativity at Hopkins Engineering annual Design Day!

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Design Day Projects


Energy Harvesting for Saturn Probe

Team: RIPS21

Program: Mechanical Engineering

One of the challenges of space exploration is balancing “power vs. mass” or “capability vs. cost” since each kilogram of mass costs thousands of dollars. The RIPS21 team is investigating alternative power solutions that require less mass and lower volume than traditional power systems and is more effective for long-duration science missions. The team’s approach is to run High Altitude Balloon tests in Earth’s atmosphere along with wind tunnel experiments.

Sponsors

  • Noam Izenberg
  • Anthony DeBella

Mentors

  • Nathan Scott

Team Members

Project overview starting with problem statement and objectives, followed by design and prototyping, and closing with final design and next steps

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