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Unformatted text preview: The University À f T E Xas at Austin Spring 2010 Dept. of ç echanical Engineering % , ý Austin O Texas . ME-348D/ME-392Q.9 (Advanced) Mechatronics Unique Number (ME-348D): 18285= [ %0100 0111 0110 1101 ] 2 = [ $476D ] 16 Unique Number (ME-392Q.9): 18590= [ %0100 1001 0100 0011 ] 2 = [ $4943 ] 16 Meeting Place: Class: ETC 4.150 (2.102), Lab: ETC 3.148, Time: Class: TTh 14:00-15:30, Lab: TBA [M: 9:00-10:00]; [W: 14:00-15:00] Instructor: Benito R. Fern´ andez, Ph.D. Office/Laboratory: Room ETC 4.152C / ETC 3.148, Phone/Fax/Mobile: +1 (512) [ 471-7852 / 471-7682 / 567-8230 ] , EMails: [email protected] , [cc:] [email protected] Office Hours : TWTh 13:25 - 13:55 (fell free to drop by or email your questions) Teaching Assistant (TA): Raghunandan K. Ranganathan (Raghu) TA Rooms: ETC 3.148 (Advanced Mechatronics Lab) TA Phone: +1 (512) 656-3068 TA EMails: [email protected] , [cc:] [email protected] TA Office Hours : TBA (Tentative: M: 9:00-10:00; W: 14:00-15:00) Description: Mechatronics: electrical & electronic components, data acquisition, signal conditioning, sensors & actuators interfacing, communications, digital logic, microcomputer architec- ture, real-time systems, state machines, assembly & other language programming, com- puter control, intelligent, resilient, reconfigurable & evolutionary systems. Course Contents: I. Introduction to Mechatronics. Some Definitions. Engineering Fields that support Mecha- tronics. Professionalism. II. Signal Conditioning. Signals and number representation. Elements and Analysis of Elec- tric Circuits. Serial-parallel networks. Kirchhoff’s Laws; Norton & Th` evenin Equivalents. RLC & Op-Amp Circuits. Passive/Active Filters. A/D & D/A conversion. Transducers: Sensors & Actuators, and their interfaces. III. Basic Electronics (review). Diode, Transistor, and Thyristor Circuits. Power electronics and conversion. From silicon to logic gates . Boolean logic and Karnaugh maps. Digital Logic and Logic Families. Programmable logic controllers. IV. Microcontrollers. Architecture and Software. From ASIC to Embedded Systems. Sequen- tial & Parallel Computing. Mixed-Signal (Hybrid Computing). Timer, Communication & Interrupt Mechanisms. Control Schemes: State Machine, PID, Adaptive. V. Fundamentals of Mechatronic Design. Functional and parametric design. Interface design. Fundamentals of control systems analysis. Causes of failure and errors. Fault finding. Course Objectives: To introduce the way microprocessors operate and interface with the environment. The major motivation is for experimental setup, data acquisition and control of mechanical systems....
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