Recent 2020 Graduates Present their Senior Project at CAMX Expo

POSTED ON: September 23, 2020

Dean Chan, Raymond Choi, and Connor Lowry, all recent 2020 mechanical engineering graduates, turned their senior project on carbon fiber bulk molded composites into published research and are presenting their findings at the 2020 CAMX Expo this week. For their project, the group considered an inexpensive manufacturing process for carbon fiber bulk molding compound. Their efforts yielded a reduction in cost for low-volume parts that is four times better as compared to current methods. The project, which was borne out of their work on the Formula SAE team, was awarded the "Outstanding Senior Project in Mechanical Engineering" commencement prize. 

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