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Mechatronics (1). Instructor: Dr. El-Sayed A. M. Hasaneen. Course Title: MREn 222 Mechatronics (1) 3 credit hours Lecture: 2Hrs Tutorial: 2Hrs Grading Policy: Mid-Term Exam: 15 Points Disussion, Repots, Quizes, and Project: 25 Points Final: 60 Points Course Contents:

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mechatronics 1

Mechatronics (1)

Instructor: Dr. El-Sayed A. M. Hasaneen

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Course Title:MREn 222 Mechatronics (1)3 credit hours

Lecture: 2Hrs Tutorial: 2Hrs

Grading Policy:

Mid-Term Exam: 15 Points

Disussion, Repots, Quizes, and Project: 25 Points

Final: 60 Points

Course Contents:

Introduction and basic definitions

General aspects of Mechatronics systems

Mechatronics entrance to the design of smart machines – product Lifecycle – mechatronics approach of equipment design

Data processing in Mechatronics systems

Data collection and control: specification of electronic cards

Integrated systems for data collection and control

Design of Mechatronics systems using microprocessors – examples of mechatronics systems (hard-disk controller – electronic garage doors – inverted pendulum system – video camera system – automotive suspension system – ABS brake ).

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what is mechatronics
What is Mechatronics?

1.1 Basic Definitions

1.2 Key Elements of Mechatronics

1.3 Historical Perspective

1.4 The Development of the Automobile as a Mechatronic System

1.5 What is Mechatronics? And What’s Next?

1 1 basic definitions

1.1 Basic Definitions

The word, mechatronics, is composed of “mecha” from mechanism and the “tronics” from electronics.

Definition of mechatronics:

Harashima, Tomizuka, and Fukada in 1996:

Mechatronics is defined as the synergistic integration of mechanical engineering, with electronics and intelligent computer control in the design and manufacturing of industrial products and processes.

That same year, another definition was suggested by Auslander and Kempf:

Mechatronics is the application of complex decision making to the operation of physical systems.

Shetty and Kolk appeared in 1997:

Mechatronics is a methodology used for the optimal design of electromechanical products

More recently, we find the suggestion by W. Bolton:

A mechatronic system is not just a marriage of electrical and mechanical systems and is more than just a control system; it is a complete integration of all of them.

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1.2 Key Elements of Mechatronics

The study of mechatronic systems can be divided into the following areas of specialty:

1. Physical Systems Modeling

2. Sensors and Actuators

3. Signals and Systems

4. Computers and Logic Systems

5. Software and Data Acquisition

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1.2 Key Elements of Mechatronics

FIGURE 1 Key Elements of Mechatronics

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Key Elements of Mechatronics

FIGURE 1 Key Elements of Mechatronics

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Key Elements of Mechatronics

FIGURE 1 Key Elements of Mechatronics

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Key Elements of Mechatronics

FIGURE 1 Key Elements of Mechatronics

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Key Elements of Mechatronics

FIGURE 1 Key Elements of Mechatronics

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Key Elements of Mechatronics

FIGURE 1 Key Elements of Mechatronics

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1 3 historical perspective

1.3 Historical Perspective

The first historical feedback system claimed by Russia was developed by Polzunov in 1765

FIGURE 1.2 Water-level float regulator.

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1.3 Historical Perspective

Further evolution in automation was enabled by advancements in control theory traced back to the Watt flyball governor of 1769.

FIGURE 1.2 Water-level float regulator.

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Historical Perspective

In the late 1970s, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry (JSPMI) classified mechatronics products into four categories

1.Class I:Primarily mechanical products with electronics incorporated to enhance functionality. Examples include numerically controlled machine tools and variable speed drives in manufacturing machines.

2. Class II:Traditional mechanical systems with significantly updated internal devices incorporating electronics. The external user interfaces are unaltered. Examples include the modern sewing machine and automated manufacturing systems.

3. Class III:Systems that retain the functionality of the traditional mechanical system, but the internal mechanisms are replaced by electronics. An example is the digital watch.

4. Class IV:Products designed with mechanical and electronic technologies through synergistic integration. Examples include photocopiers, intelligent washers and dryers, rice cookers, and automatic ovens.

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1 4 the development of the automobile as a mechatronic system

1.4 The Development of the Automobile as a Mechatronic System

FIGURE 1.4 Using a radar to measure distance and velocity to autonomously maintain desired distance between vehicles.

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1 5 what is mechatronics and what s next

1.5 What is Mechatronics? And What’s Next?

What is mechatronics?

It is a natural stage in the evolutionary process of modern engineering design. For some engineers, mechatronics is nothing new,

and, for others,

it is a philosophical approach to design that serves as a guide for their activities. Certainly, mechatronics.

What’s Next?

Continued advancements in cost-effective microprocessors and microcontrollers, sensor and actuator development enabled by advancements in applications:

MEMS, adaptive control methodologies

Real-time programming methods, networking and wireless technologies

Virtual prototyping, and testing.

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