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Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots
This set of 7 labs was developed by Dr. James Conrad and John Wilkes at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for "ECGR ...
Rating: 5.00 Last Modified: November 18 2011 Download Example

UCLA Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Class Mechatronics Tutorial Module
The new Mechanical Engineering Senior Capstone Design sequence at UCLA was launched in Winter 2011. The goal of new design sequence is to provide engineering design project experie...
Rating: 4.00 Last Modified: May 31 2011 Download Example

Automatic Control Systems Courseware using CompactRIO
University: Purdue Department: Mechanical Engineering Professor: Dr. Galen King This course uses LabVIEW and NI CompactRIO to provide a thorough understanding of dynamic systems fo...
Rating: 4.21 Last Modified: November 15 2010 Download Example

Sensors, Actuators and Computer Interfacing Labs with NI LabVIEW
University:  University of California, Santa Barbara Department: Mechanical Engineering Course:  ME 104 - Sensors, Actuators and Computer Interfacing Below is a list of h...
Rating: 3.55 Last Modified: November 23 2010 Download Example

Control Lab Using NI Real-Time Hardware and Educational Control Products (ECP)
This document is included in a free courseware packet. Download the Mechatronics with High-Speed Plants Courseware Packet now.
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Controls Experiments using NI ELVIS, Quanser QNETs and NI LabVIEW
This document is included in a free courseware packet. Download the Basic Controls Courseware Packet now.
Rating: 4.80 Last Modified: October 27 2011 Download Example

Estimating a Partially Known Continuous Transfer Function Model (System Identification Toolkit)
This case study illustrates how to use prior knowledge about an RLC circuit to define and estimate a partially known continuous transfer function model for the RLC circuit. You can...
Rating: 4.00 Last Modified: November 10 2006 Download Example

The Top Three Prototyping Challenges in Robotics
Robotics is one of the fastest-growing and most complex engineering fields. Almost every type of robot operates in a different environment and has a different behavior or mission. Three of the biggest ...

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