20L307Q Mechatronics Technology

(3 Credits, 48 Hours; Course Category: Specialty Elective Course; Specialty: International Pilot Class of Mechanical Engineering and Automation; Prerequisites: Mechanical Theory, Principles of Automatic Control and Automatic Control Techonologies)
Mechatronics technology is a specialty elective course for mechanical engineering and automation majors. This course covers the basics of Mechatronics. Students can learn how to analyze and design mechatronic system schemes, Textbooks and lectures are all in English so that students can better understand terminologies, concepts and development trends.
This course will cover topics such as basic principles of mechatronics, design, sensor testing technology, interface techniques, hydraulic power technology, electric drive technology, modeling, control system and so on.