Taslim, Mohammad E.
The purpose of this project is to design a cost effective and efficient method for holding, chilling, and dispensing an assortment of bottled liquor. We also intend to be able to measure and pour one shot without spilling the liquor. We are not redesigning the refrigeration system, but we need to incorporate our design of an evaporator to minimize the amount of time required to cool one shot of liquor. The output temperature of the liquor is dependent on the input temperature and the temperature of the evaporator. A market analysis was conducted in order to investigate the feasibility of our design. The analysis included who we intend the target audience to be, the marketing aspects, which include the product, price, placement, and promotion, and a cost breakdown of the raw materials for the prototype. There are no patents similar to our design of the liquor dispenser, but there are products on the market that relate to the dispensing of liquor. These products will be discussed, and we will explain why our design is a better system. Existing and additional parts needed to complete the design of the liquor dispenser will also be discussed in this document. The components of the design will be explained, along with the functionality of each part that comprises the liquor dispenser.
bottled liquor dispenser, dispenser
Northeastern University, Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Kakish, Andy; Marin, Enrique; Stern, Jonathan; and Hannen, Matthew, "Liquor Dispenser Team" (2007). Capstone Design Program: Mechanical Engineering. Paper 74. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d10011511
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