Mechatronic Components

  • ID: 4540027
  • Book
  • 400 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Mechatronic Components: Roadmap to Design explains the practical application of mechatronics, including sections on adaptive structures, robotics and other areas where mechanics and electronics converge. Professional engineers in a variety of areas will find this textbook to be extremely helpful with its in-depth use of flow diagrams and schemes that help readers understand the logic behind the design of such systems. Using approximately 130 different components with diagrams and flowcharts that help engineers from different fields understand the general properties and selection criteria of a component, this book presents a comprehensive resource on mechatronic components.

  • Presents different concepts from the cross-disciplinary field of mechatronics, including discussions from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science
  • Explains the decision-making process for components with visually appealing flow diagrams
  • Provides detailed guidance on the selection of materials and components for building mechatronic systems
  • Includes specific cases studies that illustrate applied concepts
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1. Mechatronics: A Brief History
2. Use of This Book: Roadmap to Design
3. Calculation of Mechanical Properties
4. Mechanical Failure Modes
5. Materials Properties
6. Manufacturing Processes
7. Machine Elements
8. Design and Analysis Programs
9. Assembly Processes
10. Electronic Components
11. Actuators
13. Signal Processing
14. Controls Theory and Applications
15. Design and Simulation Softwares
16. Case Studies
17. Index
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Kececi, Faruk
Associate Professor of Mechatronics at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Istanbul Technical University (ITU) and Department Head of Mechanical Engineering at Abdullah Gul University, Kayseri,Turkey
Dr. Emin Faruk Kececi received his BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from ITU and Duke University in 1996 and 1999 respectively and he received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Virginia in 2003. His current research focuses on mobile robots and medical robotics as well as directing the AGU-MAKE, Maker Space. Dr. Kececi has edited 2 books in 2015 which are published by ASME, titled as Mobile Robots for Dynamic Environments and Design and Prototypes of Mobile Robots. Dr. Kececi is also a member of the Editorial Board of Robotica.
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