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ENGG 142 - Mechatronic System Design

Semester Hours: 4
Spring
Mechatronics is multidisciplinary, model-based systems engineering. It is the synergistic combination of mechanical engineering, electronics, control engineering, and computer systems, all integrated through the design process from the start of the design process. Topics covered include: mechatronic system design fundamentals; power transmission fundamentals; servo-system design: kinematics and dynamics of mechanical systems, trajectory planning for mechanical systems, electromechanical and fluid-power actuators, mechatronic system sensors, control system design; system integration: system-level modeling, system-level performance and tradeoffs. There is extensive use of MatLab Simulink and relevant MatLab Toolboxes.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
ENGG 130 141 . (Formerly Mechanical Analysis and Design II.)


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