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The University of Texas at Austin Dept. of Mechanical Engineering ME 340 MECHATRONICS Spring 2010 Classroom: ETC 2.136 Meeting Time: T Th 11:00-12:30 (Unique #18160) T Th 12:30-2:00 (Unique #18165) Instructor (Unique #18160): Office: Phone/Fax: Email: Office Hours: Dongmei “Maggie” Chen, Ph.D. ETC 5.136 512-471-4487 / 512-471-8727 [email protected] T Th 1:00-2:30 or by appointment Instructor (Unique #18165): Office: Phone/Fax: Email: Office Hours: Wei Li, Ph.D. ETC 5.146 512-471-7174 / 512-471-8727 [email protected] T Th 2:00-3:30 or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Phone: Email: Meeting Place: Time: Mr. Jun Zhou 512-297-3677 [email protected] ETC 3.134 M W 11:00am -12:30pm or by appointment DESCRIPTION: Theory and application of electrical circuits, electromechanics, and electronics;concepts in electrical power transmission; instrumentation; feedback; integration of electronics and instrumentation with mechanical engineering systems (mechatronics). TOPICS: Brief theory of direct and alternating current circuits: electric current, voltage, and power; DC and AC electric circuit theory; semiconductor electronics: diodes and transistors, operational amplifiers, transformers, logic devices; and electric machinery: elements of power conversion and transmission. GOALS: 1. Develop a working knowledge of electrical and electromechanical principles that modern day mechanical engineers are expected to have. 2. Develop abilities to aid design and/or analysis of systems having functionality and performance measures that rely on the behavior of electrical, electromechanical and/or electronic components. 3. Build a foundation to support continued learning about modern mechatronic and power system principles. PREREQUISITES: Mathematics 408D, Mechanical Engineering 205, and Physics 303L and 103N with a grade of at least C in each, concurrent enrollment in Mechanical Engineering 140L, and admission to an appropriate major sequence in engineering.
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TEXTBOOK: Hambley, Alan R., Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications, 4 th Ed., Pearson- Prentice Hall, 2008, ISBN# 978-0-13-198922-1.
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