and elective courses from list.
Course Code: TMMS21
The course follows the logical information flow in modern mechatronic products, from sensor signal to actuation. Simulation technology is central for the course and used for analysing energy flow, stability, controllers and performance. The course tries to provide a technology-neutral view onto motion controlled machines, but fluid power is slightly more present in examples and applications. Mechatronics is a highly creative field of engineering so some design of sub-systems is part of the assignment. The course covers sensor technology for measuring force, temperature, position, velocity and acceleration. The transfer and processing of the signals of these quantities to measurement values are covered also. Information interfaces like CAN and field busses are also presented. The vast number of standards within the field of mechatronics is briefly covered. The fundamental mathematical models for the DC-motor, fluid power rotational machines and pneumatic compression is presented. Particular the energy aspects of them. Control technologies are studied mainly by the use of MOSFET-transistors and fluid power valves.
Course Code: TMKM18
How to apply: http://liu.se/utbildning/exchange-students/application-and-preparations?l=en
Contact person – Incoming: Daniel Bladh, Åsa Karlsson, Simon Tibell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Link for more information and application: http://liu.se/utbildning/exchange-students?l=en
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