Module Module Name Experiment
EE3302/TE3302 Industrial Control Systems Experiment 1(K K Tan) : Advanced Control Systems

Experiment 2(K K Tan) : PLC Programming for sequence control

Experiment 3(S.Ge) : Sensor & Signal Conditioning And Control

Additional Materials: Tutorial sheet
Tutorial sheet for Prof Sam Ge
EE4303/ME4245 Robotics Experiment 
MCH5003 Modeling and
Simulation
Mini-project
MCH5004 Mechatronic System Design E1:Vibration Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis
MCH5002 Applications of Mechatronics Exp 1: Control of DC Motor
Exp 2: Industrial Sensor
EE4306 Distributed Autonomous Robotic System Distributed Autonomous Robotic System
EE4307 System Modelling and Simulation System Simulation

EE3302/TE3302 Industrial Control Systems

Experiment 1(K K Tan): Advanced Control Systems

Objective:

This hands-on session is formulated to consolidate your understanding of the topics via practice first on a simulated system, and then on a desktop thermal  chamber.

 Apparatus:

  Desktop Thermal Chamber

  LabViews DAQ Card

  Labviews 7.1 Software

  Download lab manual  E1

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Experiment 2(K K Tan): PLC Programming For Sequence Control

Objective:

This experiment is designed to provide some experience in programming a modern IEC-compliant
PLC system for sequence control of typical industrial processes.

Apparatus:

OMRON SYSMAC PLC with I/O modules

CX-Programmer programming software running on Windows XP

Technology simulators:    Reaction Vessel & Traffic Light Junction

Download lab manual  E2

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Experiment 3(S.Ge): Sensor & Signal Conditioning And Control

Objective:

This experiment is designed to provide students with some experience in selection of suitable components
and setting up the required closed-loop systems for typical industrial processes.

Apparatus:

DIGIAC 1750 Transducer and Instrumentation Trainer

4mm Connecting Leads

Digital Multi-meter and Oscilloscope.

Download lab manual  SSC3302

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EE4304/ME4245 Robotics

Experiment 1

Objective:

1) Robot operations, moving the various degrees of freedom;
2) Teaching positions in space ("Teach-in"), returning to position taught, listing and deleting
     of position table in the memory;
3) Transferring a block from Position A to Position B

Apparatus:

Performer-MK2 and Controller-B

Computer (PC)

Teach Pendant

SCORBASE level 5 software

MSC.visualnastran and Matlab Simulink

Download lab manual  Exp 1
                                 Exp 2

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MCH5003 Modeling and Simulation

Mini-Project

Objective:

 The objectives of this experiment are :-

1)to guide the students through the key steps involved in system identification and system simulation

2) to provide a hands-on experience in extracting mathematical models from raw input-output data, with

    emphasis from a user viewpoint

3) to familiarize the students with some common and important functions collected within the System 

    Identification ToolBox of MATLAB.

4) to expose the student to acquisition of real data from a real physical system of their choice, and to 

    go through the entire modeling and simulation process.

 

Apparatus:

PC with MATLAB 

single axis accelerometer

 

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MCH5002 Modeling and Simulation

Experiment 1: MODELLING AND CONTROL OF A DC SERVO MOTOR  
                           WITH LABVIEW

Objective: 

At the end of the experiment, student should have some experience in:
1)
Simple static and dynamic modelling of the DC motor system.
2) Manual and feedback control of the system for velocity tracking

 

Apparatus:

PC with LabView 

LJ DC Servomotor

Download lab manual  Exp 1

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Experiment 2: INDUSTRIAL SENSORS

Objective: 

This is a hands-on session to explore the operational principles and characteristics of common
 industrial sensors.

Apparatus:

DIGIAC 1750 Transducer and Instrumentation Trainer

Download lab manual  Exp 2

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EE4306 Distributed Autonomous Robotic System

Experiment: Distributed Autonomous Robotic System

Objective:

1) To familiarize with the mobile robot navigation (straight-line and turning motion) in accordance with the 
    associated control parameters.
2) To study and tune the parameters associated with the velocity controllers of the left and right robot wheels.
3) To design (obstacle free) paths with polynomial (second order) functions

Apparatus:

Personal Computer(s) with frame-grabber(s) (Video Capture Card).

Micro-Robot(s) working within a robotic soccer platform

Graphical User Interface (GUI Visual C++).

Download lab manual  Robot

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