B.E. Electronics(Instrumentation Control):RoboticsThapar University
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First Year: Semester I
First year: Semester II
Electrical and Electronic Science
Second year: Semester I
Human Values, Ethics and IPR
Measurement Science and Techniques
Digital Electronic Circuits
Second year: Semester II
Computer System Architecture
Analog Electronic Circuits
Numerical and Statistical Methods
Electrical and Electronic Measurements
Third year: Semester I
Elements and Analysis of Instrumentation System
Signals and Systems
Third year: Semester II
Data Acquisition Systems
Process Dynamics and Control
Total Quality Management
Fourth year: Semester I
Advance Process Control
Instrumentation System Design
Microelectronics and ICs
Fourth year: Semester II
Industrial Training(6 weeks)
Basic Concepts in Robotics: Automation and robotics, robot anatomy, basic structure of robots, resolution, accuracy and repeatability
Classification and Structure of Robotic System: Point to point and continuous path systems. Control loops of robotic systems, the manipulators, the wrist motion and grippers.
Drives and Control Systems: Hydraulic systems, Dc servo motors, basic control systems concepts and models, control system analysis, robot activation and feed back components. Positional and velocity sensors, actuators. Power transmission systems, robot joint control design.
Robot arm Kinematics and Dynamics: The direct kinematics problem, the inverse kinematics solution , Lagrange-Euler formation ,generalized D'Alembert equations of motion, Denavit Hartenberg convention and its applications.
Sensors in robotics: Tactile sensors, proximity and range sensors, force and torque sensors, uses of sensors in robotics.
Vision Systems: Vision equipment, image processing, concept of low level and high level vision.
Robot Programming: Method of robots programming, lead through programming methods, a robot programs as a path in space ,motion interpolation, WAIT, SIGNAL and DELAY commands, branching capabilities and limitation of lead through methods.
Robot Language: The textual robot languages , generations of robot programming languages , robot language structure, constants, variables and other data objects. Motion commands, end effectors and sensor commands computations, programme control and subroutines, communication and data processing ,monitor mode commands. Introduction to artificial intelligence.