20L311Q Robotics

(2 Credits, 32 Hours; Course Category: Specialty Course; Specialty: Mechanical Engineering and Automation ( International Class included); Prerequisite: Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Automatic Control Theory, and Microcontroller and Interface Technique)
This course is a specialty elective course for the specialty of mechanical engineering and automation.
This course includes the concept and development trends of industrial robot structure and components, industrial robot kinematics, statics and dynamics modeling and analysis, robot control and sensor technology, and robot design method and principles.
Students successfully completing this course will be able to analyze typical robot mechanism, build kinematic and dynamic robot models, and to design a robot mechanic system and control system.