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Mechatronics lab II

Mechatronics lab II

The Mechatronics Lab II is a joint event of the Institute of Control Engineering, the Institute of Mechatronic Systems and the Institute of Dynamics and Vibrations. The experiments are carried out in groups of maximum four participants. Before the start of the lab, a written pre-test has to be passed, which checks the required basic knowledge. Depending on the field of study, an experiment is worked out and documented in detail at the end. The laboratory consists of eight dates, on which a total of four mechanical and four control engineering experiments are carried out.

Topics

The mechanical experiments include the following topics:

  • Floating sphere - realization of a magnetic bearing (KUG) (IDS)
  • Single-axis robot - position control and identification of a robot axis (ROB) (IfR)
  • Modal control of an elastic structure (MOD) (IfR)
  • One Degree of Freedom Magnetic Bearing - Control of a Magnetic Bearing with Methods of State Space (MAG) (IfR)
  • Tuning fork - vibration damping by means of switched piezo elements (Piezo) (IDS)

The control engineering experiments cover the topics:

  • Control of a structure-variable system with the real-time high-level language PEARL (REP) (IRT)
  • Fieldbus-supported process coupling (CAN) (IRT)
  • Discrete-time control of an unstable system (WIP) (IRT)
  • Modeling and control of a mechatronic system using the example of a double pendulum (DOP) (IRT)

Registration

Registration is possible online at this address


Dates

The laboratories take place in the summer semester, Tuesdays 14.15-18.15h; as well as in the winter semester, Thursdays 14.00-18.00h in the laboratory rooms of the respective responsible institute (see experiments above).


Downloads

SchwebendeKugel.pdf
PDF, 315 KB
Schwebende_Kugel_Beiblatt.pdf
PDF, 1 MB

Contact at IDS

Christian Nowroth, M. Sc.
Research Staff
Address
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
210
Christian Nowroth, M. Sc.
Research Staff
Address
An der Universität 1
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
210