The course is an introduction course for students who do not hold a bachelor's degree in Electrical or Mechatronics Engineering.
This course consists of four modules: Electrical Circuits, Digital Systems, Servo Technology and Control Engineering.
Electrical sizes and devices. Circuit Elements and current-voltage characteristics. Kirchhoff's laws. DC and AC. Transformed (complex) sizes. Showing Charts. Impedance and admittance. Simple network theorems. Transformers. Introducing operation amplifiers with applications. Introduction of 3-phase system. Components.
Summary of logical elements, time and sequence elements and clock-controlled systems. System Synthesis of sequence chart method: Structure of the sequence systems. Synthesis of system memory. Condition Description of the sequence systems: Condition table and state diagram. Synchronous sequence system. Asynchronous sequence system. Function Charts: Binear code counters and ring counters. Function diagram main elements. Physical implementation. Programmable control system: Programmable logic controllers (PLC). PLS after IEC1131 standard
DC / AC servo motors and Steppe-motors with drive circuits, Last Analysis: calculation of the mass moment of inertia, velocity profile, behavior, characteristics, sizing and selection of transmission elements: offer, screws, shafts, chains, tangential drive
Theoretical knowledge and learning methods for the regulation of dynamic systems and practical applications for regulation technique. Static and dynamic modeling of thermal, mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems. Negative feedback, block diagrams and block diagram analysis. Introduction to the Laplace transformation. Standard transfer functions, dynamic analysis, zero and poles. Frequency response methods and standard forms
Two written individual examinations:
Electrical circuits and Digital Technology - 3 hours (40% contribution to final assessment) and Servo Technology and Control Engineering - 4 hours (60% contribution to final assessment).
First year of master's programme.
Programme coordinator Kjell G. Robbersmyr.
Faculty of Engineering and Science