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The worldwide technical education curriculum has been a reverse pyramid structure, in contrast to traditional teaching methodology. 100%. 60%. Productivity. WID ID. ID= Engineers with interdisciplinary degrees. WID = Without.

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The worldwide technical education curriculum has

The worldwide technical education curriculum has

been a reverse pyramid structure, in contrast to

traditional teaching methodology


The worldwide technical education curriculum has

100%

60%

Productivity

WID ID

ID= Engineers with interdisciplinary degrees

WID = Without

Synergistic integration is solitarily logic-based integration.

Combined action and cooperation increases effectiveness and productivity. The productivity of an industry can increase up to 40% by employing engineers with interdisciplinary degrees at the basic level.


The worldwide technical education curriculum has

Mechatronics Engineering and Technology

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Strategy

Total Quality Management (TQM)

Just-in-Time (JIT)

Cellular Manufacturing (CM)

Group Technology (GT)

Concurrent Engineering

Performance Measurement and Costing (PMC)

Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS)

(Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)

Holonic Manufacturing Systems (HMS)

Digital Plant Technology (DPT)

Open Manufacturing Standards

Marketing

Market search

User need

Information

Product specification

DESIGN

Electronics design

(Analog and Digital)

Microelectronics

SPECIFICATION

Safety, Intrinsic safety

Control engineering

Mechanical design

Law, regulation

Software engineering

Open System

Analog, Digital

Testing, Failure analysis

Industrial design

Embedded systems

Electronics

Mechanical

Simulation

Actuation

System response

System study

Integration

Real-time, On-line

Data storage and

Management

Information

Systems

Sensing, feedback,

Artificial intelligence

Control

DCS, SCADA,

Throughput,

Response time

Diagnostics,

Tools, techniques

System description

Concepts

System identification

The scope of mechatronics is vast There is no specific

window through which the discipline of mechatronics is visible

in toto. Thus the definition of mechatronics is elusive as is the definition of a computer.


The worldwide technical education curriculum has

Electrical

and

Electronic

Devices

Mathematical

Tool

Digital

technology

Transducers

Signal

conditioning

circuits

Equipment

Actuators

Mechanism

Microprocessors

System

identification

System

description

System

Response

Development

tools

And

Communication

Feedback

and

intelligent

control

Data

Acquisition

And

Control

Integration

This figure shows an abstract view of the mechatronics discipline. The square like blocks represent the subject areas the discipline includes and the semi-circular projections represent that there

exist interaction among the subjects emphasizing

multidisciplinary scenario. The projections have been shown

and put into place arbitrarily only for illustration but in

practice, all the blocks are synergistically integrated.


The worldwide technical education curriculum has

Distributed Control Systems

Centralized Control Systems

Parallel connection

W

Networking connection

W

o

o

r

r

k

k

b

b

e

e

Control network

n

n

c

c

h

h

Central Controller

Distributed

Controllers

Signal processing interfacings (microelectronics); Clock, A/D, D/A, Ampfr, Filter, Etc.

Field devices

Sensors Actuators Switches Drives

Valves Transducers

Mechanical interfacing

(Components and Mechanisms)

Mechanical structure

(Body of the Plant)

One way of classifying the control systems is based on their

architectural design. Under this classifications control systems are of two types, they are Centralized Control Systems (CCS) and Distributed Control Systems (DCS).

In CCS all the field devices are directly wired back to a central controller requiring individual point-to-point links. On the other hand DCS is considered as a network of controllers.


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