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Intro to Mechatronics [e-book pdf]

Intro to Mechatronics - lecture by Professor Vikram Kapila, New York University
  • Mechatronics Defined
  • Mechatronics: Working Definition for us
  • Product Realization Paradigm
  • Disciplinary Foundations of Mechatronics
  • Multi-/Cross-/Inter-Disciplinary
  • Sequential/Concurrent Product Realization
  • Mechatronics-based Product Realization
  • Mechatronic Design Process
  • Evolution of Mechatronics as a Contemporary Design Paradigm
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Examples of Predominantly Mechanical Designs
  • Semiconductor Revolution
  • Information Revolution
  • Elements of Mechatronics—Mechanical
  • Machine Components: Basic Elements
  • Elements of Mechatronics—Electromechanical
  • Elements of Mechatronics—Electrical/Electronic
  • Elements of Mechatronics—Control Interface/Computing Hardware
  • Elements of Mechatronics—Computer/Information System
  • Key Elements of Mechatronics
  • Mechatronics Applications
  • Structural Control
  • Home Automation
  • Robotics

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