Course
code ME594
credit_hours 3
title Robotics applications
arbic title
prequisites ME355
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes a- Knowledge and Understanding Through knowledge and understanding, students will be able to:rnrna.m.3) The principles of sustainable design and developmentrn rnb- Intellectual Skills Through intellectual skills, students will be able to:rnb.1) Select appropriate mathematical and computer-based methods for modeling and analyzing problems.rnrnb.m.1) Identify at an appropriate level the design, production, interfacing and software needs of different parts of Mechatronics systemsrn rnc- Professional Skills Through professional and practical skills, students will be able to:rnc.2) Professionally merge the engineering knowledge, understanding, and feedback to improve design, rnProducts and/or servicesrnc.3) Create and/or re-design a process, component or system, and carry out specialized engineering designsrnc.5) Use computational facilities and techniques, measuring instruments, workshops and laboratory equipment to design experiments, collect, analyze and interpret resultsrnrnc.m.1) Compete, in-depth, in at least one engineering discipline, namely mechanics, electronics or Interfacing and softwarernc.m.4) Apply the principles of sustainable design and development
arabic Describtion/Outcomes
objectives • Introduce the diverse applications of robotsrn• Introduce the subsystem and components of the robot rn• Analyze robot kinematics rn• Control the position of the robot hand
arabic objectives
ref. books • M. Xie," Fundamentals of Robotics Linkage, Perception to Action," World Scientific Publishing Co., Latest Edition.rn• P.J Mc Kerrow, “Introduction to Robotics”, Addison – Wesely Pub. Comp., latest edition.C.Lee, “Robotics Theory and Practice”, Addison Wesley, latest edition.rn• M.Brady, “Robot motion Planning and Control”, MIT Press, latest edition.
arabic ref. books
textbook • J.J. Craig, "Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control," Pearson Prentice Hall, Latest Edition.
arabic textbook
objective set combined
content set combined
course file 53_ME594_Robotics Applications.pdf
Course Content
content serial describtion
1 Introduction
2 Basic concepts in robotics
3 Homogeneous transformation
4 Coordinate frames, transform graphs
5 Assignment of coordinate frames
6 Direct kinematics
7 Forward Kinematics algorithms / 7th week evaluation
8 Inverse kinematics
9 Problems with programming kinematic models
10 Control circuits
11 Path control
12 External sensors and perception / 12th week evaluation
13 Internal sensors.
14 Fluid actuators
15 Electrical actuators
16 Final Examination