Mechatronic System Control Logic and Data Acquisition
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Mechatronic System Control Logic and Data Acquisition




The Mechatronics Handbook 2nd Edition Mechatronic Systems, Sensors, and Actuators Fundamentals and Modeling Mechatronic System Control, Logic, and Data Acquisition by Robert H. Bishop | PDF Free Download.

Mechatronic System Contents


Section I—Mechatronic System Control 

  • The Role of Controls in Mechatronics
  • The Role of Modeling in Mechatronics Design
  • Signals and Systems  State Space Analysis and System Properties
  • The response of Dynamic Systems
  • The Root Locus Method
  • Frequency Response Methods
  • Kalman Filters as Dynamic System State Observers
  • Digital Signal Processing for Mechatronic Applications
  • Control System Design via H2 Optimization
  • Adaptive and Nonlinear Control Design
  • Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems
  • Advanced Control of an Electrohydraulic Axis
  • Design Optimization of Mechatronic Systems
  • Motion Control
  • Real-Time Monitoring and Control
  • Micromechatronics and Microelectromechanical Motion Devices

Section II—Computers and Logic Systems

  • Introduction to Computers and Logic Systems
  • Digital Logic Concepts and Combinational Logic Design
  • System Interfaces
  • Communications and Computer Networks
  • Fault Analysis in Mechatronic Systems
  • Logic System Design
  • Architecture
  • Control with Embedded Computers and Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Graphical System Design for Embedded Systems
  • Field-Programmable Gate Arrays
  • Graphical Programming for Field-Programmable Gate Arrays: Applications in Control and Mechatronics 

 Section III—Software and Data Acquisition 

  • Introduction to Data Acquisition
  • Measurement Techniques: Sensors and Transducers
  • A/D and D/A Conversion
  • Signal Conditioning
  • Virtual Instrumentation Systems
  • Software Design and Development
  • Data Recording and Logging

Preface to Mechatronic System Control Logic and Data Acquisition


According to the original definition of mechatronics proposed by the Yaskawa Electric Company and the definitions that have appeared since many of the engineering products designed and manufactured in the last 30 years integrating mechanical and electrical systems can be classified as mechatronic systems.

Yet many of the engineers and researchers responsible for those products were never formally trained in mechatronics per se.

The Mechatronics Handbook, 2nd Edition can serve as a reference resource for those very same design engineers to help connect their everyday experience in design with the vibrant field of mechatronics.

The Handbook of Mechatronics was originally a single-volume reference book offering thorough coverage of the field of mechatronics.

With the need to present new material covering the rapid changes in technology, especially in the area of computers and software, the single-volume reference book quickly became unwieldy. There is too much material to cover in a single book.

The topical coverage in the Mechatronics Handbook, 2nd Edition is presented here in two books covering Mechatronic Systems, Sensors, and Actuators: Fundamentals and Modeling and Mechatronic System Control, Logic, and Data Acquisition.

These two books are intended for use in research and development departments in academia, government, and industry, and as a reference source in university libraries.

They can also be used as a resource for scholars interested in understanding and explaining the engineering design process.

As the historical divisions between the various branches of engineering and computer science become less clearly defined, we may well find that the mechatronics specialty provides a roadmap for nontraditional engineering students studying within the traditional structure of most engineering colleges.

It is evident that there is an expansion of mechatronics laboratories and classes in the university environment worldwide.

This fact is reflected in the list of contributors to these books, including an international group of academicians and engineers representing 13 countries. It is hoped that the books comprising the Mechatronics Handbook, 2nd Edition can serve the world community as the definitive reference source in mechatronics. 

Mechatronic System Control, Logic, and Data Acquisition

An overview of signals and system control, computers, logic systems, software, and data acquisition is presented in this book. These are the most rapidly changing areas of mechatronics. 

Section I—Mechatronic System Control 

Since there is a significant body of readily available material to the reader on the general subject of signals and systems, there is no overriding need to repeat that material here. Instead, the goal of this book is to present the relevant aspects of signals and systems of special importance to the study of mechatronics.

The book begins with chapters on the role of control in mechatronics and on the role of modeling in mechatronic design. These chapters set the stage for the more fundamental discussions on signals and systems comprising the bulk of the material in this section.

Modern aspects of control design using optimization techniques from H2 theory, adaptive and nonlinear control, neural networks, and fuzzy systems are also included as they play an important role in modern engineering system design.

The book includes chapters on design optimization for mechatronic systems, and real-time monitoring and control. The chapters, listed in order of appearance, are

  • The Role of Controls in Mechatronics
  • The Role of Modeling in Mechatronics Design
  • Signals and Systems  State Space Analysis and System Properties
  • The response of Dynamic Systems
  • The Root Locus Method
  • Frequency Response Methods
  • Kalman Filters as Dynamic System State Observers
  • Digital Signal Processing for Mechatronic Applications
  • Control System Design via H2 Optimization
  • Adaptive and Nonlinear Control Design
  • Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems
  • Advanced Control of an Electrohydraulic Axis
  • Design Optimization of Mechatronic Systems
  • Motion Control
  • Real-Time Monitoring and Control
  • Micromechatronics and Microelectromechanical Motion Devices

Section II—Computers and Logic Systems

The development of the computer, and then the microcomputer, embedded computers, and associated information technologies and software advances, has impacted the world in a profound manner.

This is especially true in mechatronics where the integration of computers with electromechanical systems has led to a new generation of smart products. The future is filled with the promise of better and more intelligent products resulting from continued improvements in computer technology and software engineering.

In this section, the focus is on computer hardware and associated issues of logic, communication, networking, architecture, fault analysis, embedded computers, and programmable logic controllers. The chapters, listed in order of appearance, are

  • Introduction to Computers and Logic Systems
  • Digital Logic Concepts and Combinational Logic Design
  • System Interfaces
  • Communications and Computer Networks
  • Fault Analysis in Mechatronic Systems
  • Logic System Design
  • Architecture
  • Control with Embedded Computers and Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Graphical System Design for Embedded Systems
  • Field-Programmable Gate Arrays
  • Graphical Programming for Field-Programmable Gate Arrays: Applications in Control and Mechatronics 

 Section III—Software and Data Acquisition 

Given that computers play a central role in modern mechatronics products, it is very important to understand how data is acquired and how it makes its way into the computer for processing and logging.

The final section of this book is devoted to the issues surrounding computer software and data acquisition. The chapters, listed in order of appearance, are

  • Introduction to Data Acquisition
  • Measurement Techniques: Sensors and Transducers
  • A/D and D/A Conversion
  • Signal Conditioning
  • Virtual Instrumentation Systems
  • Software Design and Development
  • Data Recording and Logging

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