MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 224
Professor Malcolm MacIver (Fall 2008)
Office: Tech D157
|This course covers instrumentation and the use of experiments to evaluate real-world systems. Basic, practical electronics, computer data acquisition, programming and signal conditioning are taught and then applied in experiments that investigate heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and structural dynamics. Lab sessions will be held in the Mechatronics Design Lab in the Ford Design Center room B100.||
SunRayce N'Energy Car Suspension Analysis
What will you learn in this class?
Closed-Loop Rotational Speed Control of Cooling Fan
The Manipulation of a Robotic Joint to Mimic Human Motion