EEM730 Special Electrical Machinery for Robotic Systems

Code EEM730
Name Special Electrical Machinery for Robotic Systems
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Professional
Field of study Power and Electrical Engineering
Faculty
Academic staff Kārlis Ketners, Aleksandrs Mesņajevs, Arvīds Kanbergs, Elena Ketnere
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation The following topics are observed during the course: nomenclature of special electrical machinery for robotic systems (SEMRS), construction and operation principles, functions, areas of application, principles of mechatronics, safety, information SEMRS, electromagnetic couplers and breaks, SEMRS’s development orientations and prospects..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The goal of the course is: - to get acquainted with SEMRS’s nomenclature, construction and operational peculiarity, parameters; - to learn the ways of using the SEMRS in electric drive for robotics and control systems; - to learn how to use different SEMRS circuits, regulation and control technique. The objectives of the course are: - to get a good knowledge of SEMRS usage in different sectors of robotics; - to be able to perform the necessary measurements for determining of SEMRS’s parameters and to draw up the connection scheme; - to be able to choose a correct SEMRS for performing necessary function.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Ability to determine and assess SEMRS parameters. - Evaluation of accomplished laboratory and home works. Exam, evaluation of answers to the examinational questions (oral or written).
Ability to choose SEMRS for performance of concrete functions. - Evaluation of accomplished laboratory and home works. Exam, evaluation of answers to the examinational questions (oral or written).
Course prerequisites Beckground in electricity, magnetism, energy transformation

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