Mechatronics system design - part 2
Price:€ 2.995,00 excl. VAT
Duration:5 consecutive days
Contact:email@example.com, +31 85 401 3600
Part 2 of the course 'Mechatronics system design' focusses on the essential basics in any multi-disciplinary development of mechatronic (motion) system. Participants will acquire broad technical knowledge beyond the limits of their own discipline.
What makes this training unique:
- The leading training with over 2000 enthusiastic participants.
- Mix of well-known university professors and industry experts.
- Variety of practical experiences and lessons learned from multiple application areas.
- Recommended by euspen & DSPE (European/Dutch Society for precision engineering).
After completion of the full course 'Mechatronics system design', the participant will be able to make a more effective contribution to the realization of mechatronic constructions because he has a better understanding of adjacent disciplines (terminlogy, basics, solution space, challenges, ...) and the interdependencies between disciplines.
Architects, designers, engineers and project leaders with various technical background who are involved in the multi-disciplinary development of products/devices or equipment.
Prerequisites: Technical education (BSc or higher) and completion of the course 'Mechatronics system design - part 1'.
- Introduction & recap
- Exercise modelling and simulation (20-Sim)
- Dynamics & implications on control design
- Electromechanics/power electronics
- Analog Electronics
- Control system architecture/development
- Humanware (DISC)
- Thermal effects in mechatronic systems
- Metrology & Calibration
- Exercise (digital) control design on test setup
- Software in mechatronic systems
- Case 1: Compact disc player
- Case 2: Wafer stepper/scanner
This course is certified by the European society for precision engineering & nanotechnology (euspen) and the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering (DSPE) and leads to the ECP2-certificate.
"Most important items I have learned: Relationship between control loop and mechanics" – Danny Vonk (ASML)
"Very nice to learn about a wide range of aspects from field experts." – Gijs van der Veen (TU Delft/MI partners)