Multi stable Heat Exchanger 2.0

Matthew SwabeyLaser Engraving and Cutting, Student Project

Sean, an undergraduate student working on a personal research project to acquire and apply new knowledge, is supervised by John, a peer mentor at the center. He pursued this topic primarily for the chance to conduct research. Using laser cutting, he created a heat exchanger out of the metal sheet. The product mainly consists of the fins of AC motors that are in charge of keeping the motor cool and removing heat when it is operating.
He created two distinct products, each with a distinctive design. The product with round holes is simpler to attach to motors.