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Mechatronics in Action: Case Studies in Mechatronics – Applications and Education

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Mechatronics in Action: Case Studies in Mechatronics - Applications and Education

Book Title : Mechatronics in Action: Case Studies in Mechatronics – Applications and Education
Author(s)  : David Bradley, David W. Russell
Publisher   : Springer
Edition      : first
Pages         : 276
PDF Size   : 10.4Mb

Book Description:

Mechatronics in real life: Case Studies in Mechatronics – Applications and Education by David Bradley, David W. Russell approach give the best methods for showing how mechatronics can make items and frameworks more adaptable, more responsive and have more elevated amounts of usefulness than would somehow or another be conceivable. The arrangement of contextual analyses serve to show how a mechatronic approach has been utilized to accomplish upgraded execution through the exchange of usefulness from the mechanical area to hardware and programming. This book not just furnishes perusers with access to a scope of contextual analyses and the master’s perspective of these yet in addition offers contextual investigations in course plan and advancement to help mentors in making the best and best utilization of the specialized scope gave.

Table of Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Consumption to Contribution: Sustainable Technological Development Through Innovation
3. The “Revolution”: a Small Company Revived
4. A Mechatronic Design Process and Its Application
5. A Mechatronic Design of a Circular Warp Knitting Machine
6. Mechatronics and the Motor Car
7. Multi-mode Operations Marine Robotic Vehicle – a Mechatronics Case Study
8. Wireless Communication Technology for Modular Mechatronic Controllers
9. The Utility Function Method for Behaviour Selection in Autonomous Robots
10. Force Sensing in Medical Robotics
11. Intelligent Prostheses – a Biomechatronics Approach
12. Education in Mechatronics
13. Mechatronics Education
14. A Personal View of the Early Days of Mechatronics in Relation to Aerospace
15. Mechatronic Futures