lablego - BM-419 Application of Robotics in Biomedical engineering Application of Robotics in Biomedical Engineering Lab Manual Version 1.0 Biomedical

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BM-419 Application of Robotics in Biomedical engineering A pplication of R obotics in B iomedical E ngineering Lab Manual Version 1.0 Biomedical Engineering Department Sir Syed University Of Engineering & Technology Prepared by Engr. ABDI SIH
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BM-419 Application of Robotics in Biomedical engineering Introduction of LEGO Mindstorm, Robotic Invention System (RIS) in Biomedical Engineering Robotics is an interdisciplinary field, combining different areas of study that in traditional learning system like physics, mathematics, electronics, computer programming and last but not least biology, because that’s a Biological system (Human) which basically generate this idea……the Human replacement system The power of LEGO system lies in its founding concept; Re-usability. The same brick can today be the part of a navigational system, tomorrow a block in a robotic hand or may be the gear of the surgical robots. This enables the engineering student to develop and discovers the cost-effective practical applications of robots in Biomedical engineering. However by using LabVIEW based NXT software we can program and develop intelligence in our assembled robot this give the idea of Artificial Intelligence, which enable the system to think by itself without give any particular instruction for any specific task. Although there is a lot to discover about LEGO but I try my best to present the abilities of LEGO to the Biomedical Engineering students in this Lab Manual (Ver1.0). Engr. Syed Izhar Haider Abdi [email protected] Biomedical Engineering Department SSUET Prepared by Engr. ABDI SIH
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BM-419 Application of Robotics in Biomedical engineering Prepared by Engr. ABDI SIH Purpose & role of the Robot Expected & unexpected Consequence of robotic development Time & Money Matter Concept of System Technological system Engineering Process Model Research-plan- prototype-Test- Commercialize Design Trade-off (Trade Design, Sensor Integration) Testing & Revision Control Behaviors Timers Wait States Conditional statements Loops Bluetooth Project Management OUTCOMES OF THIS COURSE
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BM-419 Application of Robotics in Biomedical engineering INDEX PART A (Lego Based Lab) LAB 1 Discover the parts and basic function of Lego Mindstorm Kit. LAB 2 Explore the basics of NXT sound sensor and how we used this sensor for any specified task. LAB 3 Explore the basics of NXT Ultrasonic sensor and how we used this sensor for any specified task. LAB 4 Explore the basics of NXT Touch sensor and how we used this sensor for any specified task. LAB 5 Explore the basics of NXT Light sensor and how we used this sensor for any specified task. LAB 6 Explore the basics of NXT Servo motor and how we used this sensor for any specified task. LAB 7 Exploring the Lego Mindstorm NXT software environment LAB 8 Exploring the connection of the blocks in NXT software and observed the data wiring LAB 9 Control the movement of the motor by using Motor Block diagram.
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  • Spring '10
  • shahrukh
  • Biomedical Engineering, Lego Mindstorms NXT, ABDI SIH, Robotics in Biomedical engineering, BM-419 Application

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