M_E_144L - ME 144L Syllabus 1/2

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ME 144L Department of Mechanical Engineering Dynamic Systems and Controls Lab The University of Texas at Austin Page 1 of Current Syllabus ME 244L Index Go to Page 2 of Current Syllabus Weekly Schedule Instructor: Jeanne S. Falcon Semester Spring 2010 Office: ETC 4.142 Phone: 683-6618 Office Hours: F 1-2, and by appt. E-mail: jeannie.falcon@ni.com Course Description. The goal of this senior-level laboratory course is to provide practical hands-on training and experience with methods used in modeling, analysis, simulation, and control of engineering systems. Emphasis will be given to developing and using experimental techniques that support these methods. The course also aims to provide instruction and experience with measurement and instrumentation concepts, testing techniques, and sensor technologies. Prerequisites . This course is related to but independent of the lecture-based course ME 344 (Dynamic Systems and Controls), which is a co-requisite for registration in this laboratory. You should also have credit for ME 218 (or equivalent) and ME 340/140L. It will be expected that you can apply fundamental circuit concepts to analyze and understand testing with basic electrical instruments. Textbook. No Textbook Required. All information on 144L website: http://www.me.utexas.edu/~dsclab/ References. This course requires experience and knowledge of circuits, dynamics, fluids, etc., and other topics taught in ME 344 and ME 340. Helpful background information can be found in any of the following (and you are expected to use the
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