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  • ERASMUS Mundus Masters Course in Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

    Module Handbook

    provided by the

    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and

    Mechatronics of

    Hochschule Karlsruhe Technik und Wirtschaft

    (Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences)

    in March 2011

  • ERASMUS Mundus Masters Course in Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

    cole National Suprieur de Mcanique et des Microtechniques de Besanan

  • Module name: Automation 1

    Module level, if applicable: Master

    Abbreviation, if applicable: Eu4M 1.1a

    Sub-heading, if applicable:

    Classes, if applicable: Analog and Discrete Systems

    Semester: 1-st Semester EU Master of Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

    Module coordinator: Yann Le Gorrec

    Lecturer: Yann Le Gorrec G.Cabodevila K.Medjaher Y.Haddab E.Ramasso

    Language: French

    Classification within the curriculum:

    Compulsory

    Teaching format/class hours per week during the semester:

    Lecture 2h during 6 weeks, Exercise 2h during 12 weeks, practical lab 4h during 6 weeks

    Workload: 60h face-to-face teaching, 30h independent studies

    Credit points: 5

    Requirements under the examination regulations:

    Recommended prerequisites: Advanced level of knowledge in mathematics and physics

    Targeted learning outcomes: To update fundamental knowledge in subjects related to control for mechatronic applications: After successful studies the students are able to: - proceed to elementary calculations of linear systems analysis - make suitable choice of feedback controls according to desired

    systems performances

    Content: Continuous systems : temporal analysis of dynamic systems symbolic analysis: transfer functions frequential analysis foundations of feedback control: feedback analysis, stability, PID control

    Discrete systems: discrete-time analysis z Transform - Properties of systems (stability, reliability) Synthesis of discrete feedback systems

    Study / exam achievements: Practical examination (2h) and written examination (2h)

    Format of media: Blackboard PowerPoint presentations Practical training in the laboratory using Matlab/Simulink and Dspace as an interface to real world.

    Literature: Automatique : commande des systmes linaires, Philippe de Larminat, Herms Science Publications 1996, Lavoisier Computer controlled systems, theory and design, K. Astrm, B.

  • Wittenmark, Prentice Hall, 1984 J.Dorsey, Continuous and Discrete linear systems, 2001

  • Module name: Automation 1

    Module level, if applicable: Master

    Abbreviation, if applicable: Eu4M 1.1b

    Sub-heading, if applicable:

    Classes, if applicable: Mathematics for Mechatronics

    Semester: 1-st Semester EU Master of Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

    Module coordinator: Rmi Barrere

    Lecturer: Rmi Barrre Philippe Borie

    Language: French

    Classification within the curriculum:

    Compulsory

    Teaching format/class hours per week during the semester:

    Lecture 2h during 5 weeks, Exercises 2h during 12 weeks, project 2h during 6 weeks

    Workload: 46h face-to-face, 24 h independent studies

    Credit points: 3

    Requirements under the examination regulations:

    Recommended prerequisites:

    Targeted learning outcomes: To give mathematics tools to the students for analyzing and solving mechatronic applications

    Content: Transformations, distributions (Course : 6h, Exercises : 12h) Definition and examples of distributions operations: translation, derivation, and convolution Series and Fourier Transform, Laplace transformation Calculation of the variations and optimization (Course : 2h, Exercises : 6h) case of the functions of several variables, problems without or with constraints - Case of the functional calculus, problems without or with constraints.

    Initiation with Mathematica with illustration of course (Course: 2h, Exercises : 6h) Certain parts will be the subject of illustration in the form of exercises on machine using software MATHEMATICA. Micro-projects (labs : 12h) - Projects directed modeling - simulation with the Mathematica software - Work of project in small groups with drafting of a report (and possibility of individual control) - accessible List of the subjects on line towards the site:

  • http://macmaths.ens2m.fr/students

    Study / exam achievements: Written examination (2h) at the end of semester and Microproject

    Format of media: Blackboard Practical labs on Mathematica software

    Literature:

  • Module name: Mechanics and Materials 1

    Module level, if applicable: Master

    Abbreviation, if applicable: Eu4M 1.2.a

    Sub-heading, if applicable:

    Classes, if applicable: Mechanical Design

    Semester: 1st Semester EU Master of Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

    Module coordinator: Pierrick Malcot

    Lecturer: Michael Fontaine/Pierrick Malcot

    Language: French

    Classification within the curriculum:

    Compulsory

    Teaching format/class hours per week during the semester:

    Theoretical course: 12 hours, Exercise: 18 hours, lab work: 12 hours. 4 contact hours per week.

    Workload: 63 hours : 42 hours face to face with students 21 hours home work

    Credit points: 3

    Requirements under the examination regulations:

    Recommended prerequisites: Mathematic tools: tensor. Fundamental principles of mechanics (static and dynamic).

    Targeted learning outcomes: Provide fundamental knowledge in design methods, mechanics and manufacturing systems

    Content: Technical Drawing Basics. Mechanical elements and systems: theoretical and practical

    approaches. Mechanics analysis: Kinematical design - Fundamental principles of

    dynamics - Lagrange equations. Mechanical elements and systems - Conceptual design and detail

    design.

    Study / exam achievements: Project and written examination at the end of the semester. Lab Work report.

    Format of media: Blackboard, PowerPoint presentations Practical training in CAD/CAM mechanical design.

    Literature: 1. Guide du dessinateur industriel 2003, Andr Chevalier 2. Guide du calcul en mcanique : Matriser la performance des

    systmes industriel, de Daniel Spenl, Robert Gourhant 3. Guide des sciences et technologies industrielles, de Jean-Louis

    Fanchon 4. J. L. Meriam, L.G. Craig, Engineering Mechanics, John Wiley &

    Sons 1997 Gro, Hauger, Schnell, Wriggers, Technische

  • Mechanik 4, Springer 1993 5. BONE J.-C., MOREL J., BOUCHER M., Mcanique gnrale :

    cours &applications avec exercices & problmes rsolus, Ed. Lavoisier, 1995

  • Module name: Mechanics and Materials 1

    Module level, if applicable: Master

    Abbreviation, if applicable: Eu4M 1.2.b

    Sub-heading, if applicable:

    Classes, if applicable: Mechanics of Materials

    Semester: 1st Semester EU Master of Mechatronic and Micro-Mechatronic Systems

    Module coordinator: Pierrick Malcot

    Lecturer: Pierrick Malcot

    Language: French

    Classification within the curriculum:

    Compulsory

    Teaching format/class hours per week during the semester:

    Theoretical course: 16 hours, Exercise: 14 hours, lab work: 12 hours. 4 contact hours per week.

    Workload: 63 hours : 42 hours face to face with students 21 hours home work

    Credit points: 3

    Requirements under the examination regulations:

    Recommended prerequisites: Mathematic tool: tensor. Thermodynamic fundamental principles.

    Targeted learning outcomes: To Provide fundamental knowledge in Mechanics of Materials: Materials Classification, Ashbys method, Elasticity, Plasticity, Polymers, characterization tests, brittle materials. Selection of the materials for the design of elements and groups and the calculation of specific components which are element of a mechatronical product.

    Content: Discovery of the different families of materials Theoretical and practical Study of Elastic and plastic materials How to choose a material for an application : the Ashby method Discovering of CES Edu Pack software Theoretical and practical Study of polymers Thermoelasticity Brittle materials Specific approach for a mechatronical system Theoretical and practical Study of different characterization tests

    Study / exam achievements: Written examination at the end of the semester, lab work reports and Oral presentation on a small project.

    Format of media: Blackboard, PowerPoint presentations. Practical training: characterization tests: static dynamic and infrared characterization. Software CES Edu Pack.

  • Literature: 1. Jean Lemaitre et Jean-Louis Chaboche : Mcanique des matriaux solides. Dunod, 1996

    2. ASM-International: Tensile Testing, Second Edition. ASM International, The materials information Society, 2004.

    3. Materials Selection in Mechanical Design, Third Edition Michael F. Ashby

    5. J. Lemaitre, P.A. Boucard et F. Hild : Resistance mcanique

    M.F. Ashby et D.R.H. Jones : Matriaux, 1.Proprits, applications et conception. Dunod, 2008.

    des solides. Dunod, 2007 6. Murray : Tensile testing at the micrometer scale : opportunities

    in experimental mechanics. Experimental Mechanic, 43(3):228{ 237, 2003.

    7. J.P. Mercier, G. Zambelli et W. Kurz : Traite des matriaux 1, Introduction la science des matriaux. Presses Polytechniques

    et Universitaires Romandes, 1999.

    http://www.amazon.com/Michael-F.-Ashby/e/B001H6O4R6/ref=ntt_athr