CISE
412: Mechtronics**(2-3-3)**

The course is offered in Term 082. Syllabus and lecture notes will be posted soon.

** Catalog
Description: **Mechatronics is the synergistic integration of mechanism,
electronics, and computer control to achieve a functional system. Fundamentals
of interfacing of modern mixed electrical, mechanical, and computers systems.
Sensors, Signal Conditioning, Electro-Mechanical Actuation, Basic System
Modeling, Essentials of Dynamic Systems, Data Acquisition and Virtual
Instrumentation, and PC-Based and Embedded Controllers. Physical properties,
mathematical modeling for computer simulation. Applications illustrated by
numerically and experimentally generated results.

** **

**
Prerequisite:** CISE 313 .

**
Objectives: **To introduce students to the basic concepts of synergistic
integration of mechanical, chemical, electrical, electronics and computer
systems

__Learning
Outcomes: __

1. Describe the fundamental concepts of electromechanics

- Apply electromechanics fundamental concepts to the modeling, analysis, and control of brushed dc motors, stepper motors, brushless dc motors, solenoids, and actuators
- Use sensors and actuators for intelligent robotics
- Grasp operating principles and physical/mathematical models of a variety of analog and digital motion sensors
- Describe the key issues in hardware implementation of analog and digital actuators.