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PD215

PD215 (2021)

Mechatronics

 Course Outline:

Course objective: Build basic understanding of mechatronics system, Analysis of mechatronics design problems, learn to integrate various components of mechatronics system, Industrial controllers for mechatronics systems

Instructors: Prof. J E Diwakar, Dr. Manish Arora, Dr. Abhra Roy Chowdhury  

Lecture Timing: Monday and Friday 9-10am 

Lab/tutorial session Tuesdays 9-11am

MS Team for PD215

Course Project:

Assignments: (5 Problem sets + Matlab /Simulink )

Project (Teams of 2): To be done in last 10 weeks only.

Evaluation: Assignments (10%), Mid Term exam (20%) x 2, Project Report and Prototype (20%), Final Exam (30%)

Self study topics:

Mechanical and Electronic elements

Course outline:

Week 0: Introduction to Mechatronics (JED/MA/ARC)

Part I: Motion Actuation (JED)

Week 1: Motion and Motion – Conversion

Week 2: Load analysis for actuator selection

Week 3: Electro-mechanical energy conversion: Magnetism Review, Magnetic Circuits vs Electrical Circuits

Week 4: Solenoids and stepper motors

Week 5: DC and AC motors and servo-control

Week 6: 1st Mid Sem Exam : TBC

Part II: Practical electronics for Product Design (MA)

Week 7: Basics of electronics: a review RCL components, diodes, transistors and switching devices

Week 8: Introduction to Digital Hardware: Combinatorial and Sequential Logic Circuits, Microcontroller, Microprocessors

Week 9: Polling and Interrupt handling Interfacing Technologies, Serial port, SPI, I2C, Network topologies

Week 10: Sensors; Characteristics of sensor; Digital and Analog sensors; Sensing Position, Velocity and Acceleration,

Week 11: A/D conversion & Signal Conditioning

Week 12: 2nd Mid Sem: TBC

 

 

Part III: Control of Mechatronics Systems (ARC)

Week 13: Signals and Systems: Description and Classification of Signals, Mathematical operations on Signals, Properties of Signals and Systems, Functional & Operational Transforms.

Week 14*: Feedback Control Systems: Motivation, Mathematical modelling: Electro-mechanical systems, Block diagrams and their reductions, Transfer functions, Poles and Zeros, State Space, Properties of Feedback, Stability.

Week 15: Design of Controller: Time and Frequency response of Electromechanical systems, State feedback methods, Controllability, Observability, P/PD/PID Control, Concepts in Industrial control.

References:

  • Bolton, W Mechatronics, Longman, 2015
  • Franklin G.F., Powell J.D., Emami-Naeini A., Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, Pearson, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 5th edition, 2006
  • Ogata K., Modern Control Engineering, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi, 3rd edition, 2000
  • Control Systems Toolbox Matlab/Simulink 2019

Final Exam, Project Demo and Viva: TBC