|ME4673||Introduction to Mechatronics||4 ch (3C 2L) (EL)|
Mechatronics is an integrated approach to mechanical, electronic and computer engineering for the design of “smart” products and “intelligent” manufacturing systems. Fundamentals of mechatronics design, with emphasis on product design and fabrication. Examples of mechanical systems utilizing sensors and actuator technologies, including use of signal conditioning circuits such as filters, amplifiers and analog-to-digital converters. Software design and implementation for process monitoring and logic control. Laboratory experiments give hands-on experience with components and equipment used in the design of mechatronic products. Project to design and fabricate a mechatronic system.
Prerequisites: ECE 2213 or (ECE 2214 and ECE 2215), ECE 3111 , ME 3341, and ME 3613.