Mechatronics Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
The purpose of this course is to provide a focused interdisciplinary experience for undergraduates that encompass the important elements from traditional courses as well as contemporary developments in mechatronics. These elements include measurement theory, electronic circuits, computer interfacing, sensors, actuators, and the design, analysis and synthesis of mechatronics systems. This interdisciplinary approach is valuable to students because virtually every newly designed engineering product is a mechatronic system. This course objective to cover a review of basic electrical relations, circuit elements and circuit analysis and semiconductor electronics. Additionally, the fundamentals of unit systems, statistics, error analysis and mechanics of materials to support and supplement measurement systems topics are also explained.
1. Identify and understand the knowledge in particular problem of mechatronic systems, it definition and measuring methods. 2. Solve and describe the problems, operation and application of mechatronic systems such as force, friction, lubrication, electronics, motion control devices and intelligent systems individually and/or in group. 3. Ability to recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independence and life-long learning in the mechatronics technological changes.
Assignment, Test, Active Learning Presentation, Project Proposal Presentation and Final Presentation, Project Report.
Lectures (14 hours)
Online Course Requirement
Dr. Mohamad Fadzli, Dr. Jun Ishimatsu
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Contact person: Dr. Mohamad Fadzli, Dr. Jun Ishimatsu
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