Mechatronics for SPPU 19 Course (TE - SEM V - MECH- 302044) (END SEM) (Decode)

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Syllabus Mechatronics (302044) Credits Examination Scheme Theory 3 In-Semester 30 Marks Practical 1 End-Semester 70 Marks Oral 25 Marks Unit 1 Introduction to Mechatronics, Sensors & Actuators Introduction to Mechatronics and its Applications Measurement Characteristics (Static/Dynamic), Sensors : Types of sensors; Motion Sensors – Encoder (Absolute & incremental), Lidar, Eddy Current, Proximity (Optical, Inductive, Capacitive), MEMS Accelerometer; Temperature sensor –Pyrometer, Infrared Thermometer; Force / Pressure Sensors – Strain gauges, Piezoelectric sensor; Flow sensors – Electromagnetic, Ultrasonic, Hot-wire anemometer; Color sensor – RGB type; Biosensors – Enzyme, ECG, EMG Actuators : Servo motor; Hydraulic and Pneumatic (must be restricted to classification and working of one type of linear and rotary actuator); linear electrical actuators Selection of Sensor & Actuator (Chapter - 1) Unit 2 Data Acquisition and Signal Communication Signal Communication : Serial, Parallel; Synchronous, Asynchronous Introduction to DAQ, Types, Components of a Data Acquisition System (Sensor, Signal conditioning, processing, controlling and storage/display/action) Data Acquisition : Signal collection, Signal conditioning – Isolation & Filtering, Amplification, Sampling, Aliasing, Sample and hold circuit, Quantization, Analog-to-digital converters (4 bit Successive Approximation type ADC), Digital-to-Analog converters (4 bit R2R type DAC), Data storage Applications : DAQ in Household, Digital Pressure Gauge, Digital Flow measurement, DVB Digital Video Broadcast, AM/FM (Chapter - 2) Unit 3 Control systems & transfer function based modelling Introduction to control systems, need, Types- Open and Closed loop, Concept of Transfer Function, Block Diagram & Reduction principles and problems; Applications (Household, Automotive, Industrial shop floor) Transfer Function based modeling of Mechanical, Thermal and Fluid system; Concept of Poles & Zeros; Pole zero plot, Stability Analysis using Routh Hurwitz Criterion (Numerical Approach) (Chapter - 3) Unit 4 Time and Frequency Domain Analysis Time Domain Analysis – Unit step Response analysis via Transient response specifications (Percentage overshoot, Rise time, Delay time, Steady state error etc.) Frequency Domain Analysis – Frequency Domain Parameters - Natural Frequency, Damping Frequency and Damping Factor; Mapping of Pole Zero plot with damping factor, natural frequency and unit step response ; Introduction to Bode Plot, Gain Margin, Phase Margin (Chapter - 4) Unit 5 Controllers Introduction to controllers, Need for Control, Proportional (P), Integral (I) and Derivative (D) control actions; PI, PD and PID control systems in parallel form; (Numerical approach), Feed forward anticipatory control Manual tuning of PID control, Ziegler–Nichols method Applications: Electro–Hydraulic/Pneumatic Control, Automotive Control (Chapter - 5) Unit 6 Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Introduction to PLC; Architecture of PLC; Selection of PLC; Ladder Logic programming for different types of logic gates; Latching; Timers, Counters; PLC control of Hydraulics / Pneumatics / Mechatronics systems involving timing and counting operations. (Chapter - 6)

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Pages: 168 Edition: 2023 Vendors: Technical Publications