Mechatronic Systems [electronic resource] : Fundamentals / by Rolf Isermann.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publisher: London : Springer London, 2005Description: XXI, 624 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781846282591Subject(s): Engineering | Computer simulation | Engineering design | Electronics | Engineering | Machinery and Machine Elements | Automation and Robotics | Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation | Engineering Design | Simulation and Modeling | Control EngineeringAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.8 LOC classification: TA213-215Online resources: Click here to access online
Integrated Mechanical Electronic Systems -- Fundamentals of Theoretical Modeling of Technical Processes -- Fundamental Equations of the Dynamics of Mechanical Systems with Mobile Masses -- Mechanical Elements -- Electrical Drives -- Machines and Drivetrains -- Identification of Dynamic Systems -- Models of Oscillations and their Identification -- Sensors -- Actuators -- Microcomputers -- Examples for the Design of Mechatronic Systems: Modeling, Control and Diagnosis.
Many processes and systems manifest an increasing integration of mechanical and electronic components with information processing capacity. The development of such mechatronic systems opens the way to many innovative solutions not possible with mechanics or electronics alone. Mechatronic Systems introduces these developments by considering the dynamic modelling of components together with their interactions. The whole range of elements is presented from actuators, through different kinds of processes, to sensors. Structured tutorial style takes learning from the basics of unified theoretical modelling, through information processing to examples of system development. End-of-chapter exercises provide ready-made homework or self-tests. Offers practical advice for engineering derived from experience with real systems and application-oriented research. Written by one of the World's leading experts in this progressive field, Mechatronic Systems will be of great value to advanced students working in control, electrical and mechanical engineering and in areas where such definitions are being superseded. It will also prove useful to practising engineers wanting an in-depth understanding of how these disciplines and that of information processing are becoming interlinked.