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Engineering Program Engineering Topics and Course Library Engineering CORE Design Introduction to Engineering „„1.1 (Core): Introduction to Engineering „„1.2 (Activity): Engineering Contributions „„1.3 (Core): Engineering in Society „„1.4 (Activity): Engineering Ethics „„1.5 (Core): Careers in Engineering „„1.6 (Activity): Career Inquiry „„1.7 (Core): Engineering Approaches to Product Design „„1.8 (Activity): Paper Tower „„1.9 (Core): Engineering Education Planning „„1.10 (Project): Exploring Engineering

Robotics Engineering Curriculum REC Semester 1 REC Unit 1: Introduction to Robotics „„1.1 (Core): Introduction to Robotics „„1.2 (Core): Engineering Notebook „„1.3 (Activity): Engineering Notebook „„1.4 (Core): Safety „„1.5 (Core): The VEX Robot „„1.6 (Activity): Vex Components „„1.7 (Core): Fasteners „„1.8 (Activity): Chassis Construction „„1.9 (Core): Drive Train „„1.10 (Activity): Drive Train Construction „„1.11 (Core): Robot Controller „„1.12 (Activity): Wiring the Vex Controller and Battery „„1.13 (Core): Radio Control „„1.14 (Activity): Using Radio Control „„1.15 (Core): Dual Joystick Control (Tank) „„1.16 (Activity): Tank Control „„1.17 (Core): Single Joystick Control (Arcade) „„1.18 (Activity): Arcade Control Operation „„1.19 (Core): Robot Systems Design „„1.20 (Activity): Adding Components to the BaseBot „„1.21 (Project): Motion Path Challenge

REC Unit 2: Introduction to Vex Programming „„2.1 (Core): Process Control „„2.2 (Core): Block Programming, Syntax, Motor Control „„2.3: (Activity) Programming the Vex Controller „„2.4 (Activity): Open-Loop Driving Exercises; Optimization „„2.5 (Core): Variables and Constants „„2.6 (Activity): Apply Constants, Variables, and Comments „„2.7 (Core): Precedence, Tests and Loops „„2.8 (Activity): Tests and Loops „„2.9 (Core): Simplified Symbols, Logical Operators, and Integer Math „„2.10 (Activity): Fine Motor Control „„2.11 (Core): Pseudocode and Turns „„2.12 (Activity): Make a Square „„2.13 (Core): Dead Reckoning and User Functions „„2.14 (Activity): Simple Shapes with User Functions „„2.15 (Project): Follow a Complex Path

REC Unit 3: Physics and Robotics „„3.1 (Core): Motors and Motor Speed „„3.2 (Activity): Angular Velocity „„3.3 (Core): DC Motors: Types and Uses „„3.4 (Core): Gears and Gear Trains „„3.5 (Activity): Gear Trains „„3.6 (Core): Fundamentals of Linear Motion „„3.7 (Activity): Linear Motion „„3.8 (Core): Rotational Dynamics „„3.9 (Activity): Linear and Angular Velocity „„3.10 (Core): Newton’s Laws „„3.11 (Activity): Weight „„3.12 (Core): Friction and Traction „„3.13 (Activity): Coefficients of Friction „„3.14 (Core): Torque „„3.15 (Activity): Test Motor Torque „„3.16 (Core): Gear Ratios and Torque „„3.17 (Activity): Hill Climb „„3.18 (Core): Power „„3.19 (Project): Tractor Pull

REC Unit 4: Sensors „„4.1 (Core): Introduction to Sensors „„ 4.2 (Activity): Open-Loop vs. Closed-Loop Navigation „„4.3 (Core): Open-Loop vs. Closed-Loop Systems „„4.4 (Core): Introduction to Vex Kit Sensors „„4.5 (Activity): Bumper Car „„4.6 (Core): Ultrasonic Sensors „„4.7 (Activity): Ultrasonic Rangefinder „„4.8 (Core): Following Lines „„4.9 (Activity): The Line-Following Sensor „„4.10 (Core): Advanced Driving Techniques „„4.11 (Activity): Advanced Driving Exercises „„4.12 (Activity): Line Following „„4.13 (Unit Project): Bumper Books

REC Unit 5: Arms and End Effectors „„5.1 (Core): Introduction to Robotic Arms, Degrees of Freedom „„ 5.2 (Activity): Robotic Arm Construction „„ 5.3 (Core): Mass, Weight, Center of Weight and Torque „„ 5.4 (Activity): Center of Weight of BaseBot „„ 5.5 (Core): Relationship of Torque, Gear Ratio and Weight of Payload „„ 5.6 (Activity): Stall Torque „„ 5.7 (Core): Remote Control; Limit Switches „„ 5.8 (Activity): Windshield Wiper „„ 5.9 (Core): End Effectors „„ 5.10 (Activity): End Effector

REC Unit 6: First Semester Project „„6.1: (Project):

REC Semester 2 REC Unit 7: Introduction to Electronics „„7.1 (Core): Fundamentals of Electricity „„7.2 (Core): Components and Schematics „„7.3 (Activity): Schematics and Breadboards „„7.4 (Core): Ohm’s Law and Making Measurements „„7.5 (Activity): Using a Multimeter and Ohm’s Law „„7.6 (Core): Circuits „„7.7 (Activity): Series and Parallel Circuits „„7.8 (Core): Feedback „„7.9 (Activity): Blinking LED „„7.10 (Core): Working With easyC® and Sensors „„7.11 (Activity): Integrating Hardware and Software „„7.12: Final Project

REC Unit 8: Mechanical Properties „„8.1 (Core): Safety and Best Practices „„8.2 (Core): Chain and Sprockets „„8.3 (Activity): Testing Chain and Sprockets „„8.4 (Core): Locomotion Systems „„8.5 (Activity): Building the Tumblebot „„8.6 (Core): My Robot Features „„8.7 (Activity): Program the Tumblebot Drivetrain „„8.8 (Core): Using the easyC® PRO C-Editor „„8.9 (Activity): Writing an Arcade Function „„8.10 (Core): Advanced easyC® PRO Functions „„8.11 (Activity): Introduction to Freeze Tag „„8.12 (Core): Adding Autonomous Control „„8.13 (Project): Freeze Tag

Computer Assisted Design with SolidWorks „„Activity 1: Introduction to SolidWorks „„Activity 2: Sketching the Base „„Activity 3: Extruding the Base „„Activity 4: Working Drawings of the Base „„Activity 5: Drawing the Crank Wheel „„Activity 6: Drawing the Link Arm „„Activity 7: Drawing the Cover „„Activity 8: Designing the Stamp Halves „„Activity 9: Assembling the Rotary Stamp „„Activity 10: Motion Analysis „„Activity 11: Project - Designing a Crank Handle

Computer Assisted Design with spectraCAD Engraver „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Using spectraCAD „„Activity 3: Managing Files „„Activity 4: Creating the LMC Project „„Activity 5: Drawing the M „„Activity 6: Drawing the C „„Activity 7: Speaker Design Project „„Activity 8: Creating the Speaker Cone „„Activity 9: Completing the Speaker Project „„Activity 10: spectraCAD Engraver „„Activity 11: Generating an NC File „„Activity 12: NC Files and Coding „„Activity 13: Pocketing „„Activity 14: Pocket Toolpaths and spectraCAM

Computer Assisted Machining with spectraCAM Milling „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Using spectraCAM „„Activity 3: Starting the LMC Project „„Activity 4: Generating Tool Paths - LMC Project „„Activity 5: Contouring and NC File Generation „„Activity 6: Speaker Design Project „„Activity 7: First Pocket Operation „„Activity 8: Second Pocket Operation „„Activity 9: Engraving Text and Generating Code „„Activity 10: Advanced Operations Setup „„Activity 11: Advanced Operations „„Activity 12: Ruled Surfaces „„Activity 13: Swept Surfaces „„Activity 14: Final Steps

Computer Assisted Machining with spectraCAM Turning „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Using spectraCAM „„Activity 3: Starting a Project „„Activity 4: Creating the CAD Drawing „„Activity 5: Geometry Duplication and Rough Tool Path Generation „„Activity 6: Finish Tool Path and NC File Generation „„Activity 7: Advanced Project Setup „„Activity 8: Creating the Part Drawing „„Activity 9: Final Geometry and Tool Paths „„Activity 10: Tool Paths and NC Code „„Activity 11: Starting the Final Project „„Activity 12: Creating the Lighter Geometry „„Activity 13: Final Geometry and Tool Paths „„Activity 14: Final Tool Paths and NC Code

Computer Assisted Machining with Mastercam „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Two-Dimensional Part Design „„Activity 3: Designing a Three-Dimensional Mill Part „„Activity 4: Applying Surfaces to Mastercam Designs „„Activity 5: Tool Path Generation „„Activity 6: Tool Path Generation 2 „„Activity 7: Key Chain Project „„Activity 8: Tool Path Parameters - Part I „„Activity 9: Tool Path Parameters - Part II „„Activity 10: Tool Path Parameters: Facing and Pocketing „„Activity 11: Desk Set Project „„Activity 12: NC Utilities „„Activity 13: Domino Project „„Activity 14: Tool Path Parameters: Drilling „„Activity 15: Tool Path Parameters: Surface Tool Paths „„Activity 16: Review and Post-Test

Industrial Design with Pro/ENGINEER „„Introduction „„Creating a Simple Part „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Shelling a Part „„Activity 3: Creating Patterns and Rounds „„Activity 4: Creating Internal Pins „„Activity 5: Adding Supports „„Activity 6: Adding Color to the Part „„Activity 7: Creating an Assembly „„Activity 8: Beginning the Cell Phone „„Activity 9: Speaker and Microphone „„Activity 10: PC Board „„Activity 11: Back Cover „„Activity 12: Back Cover Completed „„Activity 13: Assembling the Cell Phone „„Activity 14: Multiview Drawing „„Activity 15: Designing a New Keypad

Rapid Prototyping and Concurrent Engineering „„1.0 (Core): Introduction to Prototyping „„2.0 (Core): Rapid Prototyping Technologies „„3.0 (Activity): Rapid Prototyping in Industry „„4.0 (Core): Proof of Principle Prototypes „„5.0 (Activity): Creating Simple Prototypes „„6.0 (Core): Additive Processes „„7.0 (Activity): Advanced Additive Prototyping „„8.0 (Core): Subtractive Processes „„9.0 (Activity): Advanced Subtractive Prototyping „„10.0 (Core): Selecting A Rapid Prototyping Process „„11.0 (Project): Windshield Wiper Prototype

3D Printing with the Solido SD300Pro Printer „„Lesson 1: Introduction to the SD300Pro „„Lesson 2: Preparing the SD300Pro for Printing „„Lesson 3: Printing Your First Model „„Lesson 4: Introduction to SDView „„Lesson 5: Peeling Cuts „„Lesson 6: Deciding on the Model Orientation „„Lesson 7: Projects

Manufacturing CNC Milling Technology with spectraLIGHT/Super proLIGHT/eXpertMill „„Activity 1: Introduction and Safety „„Activity 2: CNCBase Control Software „„Activity 3: Mounting the Workpiece „„Activity 4: Tooling „„Activity 5: Reference Positions „„Activity 6: Verifying a Program „„Activity 7: Running a Program „„Activity 8: Fundamentals of NC Programming „„Activity 9: Programming the House „„Activity 10: Machining Project #1 „„Activity 11: Arc Programming „„Activity 12: Programming the Star - Project #2 „„Activity 13: Machining Project #2 „„Activity 14: Programming Your Initials - Project #3 „„Activity 15: Final Project

CNC Turning Technology with spectraLIGHT/proLIGHT „„Activity 1: Introduction and Safety „„Activity 2: CNCBase Control Software „„Activity 3: Securing the Workpiece „„Activity 4: Tooling „„Activity 5: Reference Positions „„Activity 6: Verifying a Program „„Activity 7: Running a Program „„Activity 8: Fundamentals of NC Programming „„Activity 9: Programming a Taper „„Activity 10: Machining Project #1 „„Activity 11: Arc Programming „„Activity 12: Programming Project #2 „„Activity 13: Machining Project #2 „„Activity 14: Project #3 „„Activity 15: Final Project

Flexible Manufacturing Systems „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: CNC Machining „„Activity 3: RoboCell Simulation & Control Software „„Activity 4: Designing an FMS Workcell „„Activity 5: Expanding the Workcell „„Activity 6: Writing a Program „„Activity 7: Programming Mill Operations „„Activity 8: Conditional Programming „„Activity 9: Storing Finished Parts „„Activity 10: Multiple Part Programming „„Activity 11: Lathe Operations „„Activity 12: Multiple Part Lathe Operations „„Activity 13: Program Integration „„Activity 14: Designing the Final Project „„Activity 15: Running the Final Project

Flexible Manufacturing Systems with ER4u and spectraLIGHT „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Using Robotic Control Software „„Activity 3: Moving the Robot in the FMS Cell „„Activity 4: Recording Robot Positions „„Activity 5: Writing and Running a Robot Program „„Activity 6: Preparing the Mill „„Activity 7: Recording Robot Positions for Mill Tending „„Activity 8: More FMS Robot Programming „„Activity 9: Optimizing the FMS Robot Program „„Activity 10: Robot and Mill Handshaking „„Activity 11: More Robot and Mill Handshaking „„Activity 12: Completing the FMS Programs „„Activity 13: Running an FMS Production Cycle „„Activity 14: Final Project „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) 1 „„Activity 1: Introduction to CIM „„Activity 2: Introducing OpenCIM Software „„Activity 3: Parts and Production Flow „„Activity 4: Storage Setup „„Activity 5: Production Planning „„Activity 6: Processes and Machine Definition „„Activity 7: Part Definition „„Activity 8: Defining a Product Part „„Activity 9: Producing a New Part „„Activity 10: Timing and Optimization „„ Activity 11: Viewing Production Details in Device View „„ Activity 12: Viewing Production Details in Storage View „„Activity 13: Defining Part Production in the Lathe „„Activity 14: Integrated Production „„Activity 15: Tracking Integrated Production

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) 2 „„Activity 1: Mass Production and CIM „„Activity 2: Robotic Systems „„Activity 3: Location Planning „„Activity 4: QC Devices „„Activity 5: Feeders „„Activity 6: Adding an Assembly Station „„Activity 7: Assembled Part Production „„Activity 8: Assembled Product Characteristics „„Activity 9: Expanding Assembly Capabilities „„Activity 10: Subassemblies and Multi-level Assembly „„Activity 11: Purchase Orders and MRP „„Activity 12: Multi-level Assembly Production „„Activity 13: CIM Database: Part I „„Activity 14: CIM Database: Part II „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Plastics Technology (Thermoforming) „„Activity 1: Introduction to Plastics „„Activity 2: Polymers „„Activity 3: Thermoforming and Safety „„Activity 4: Thermoforming Hardware „„Activity 5: Extrusion and Polystyrene „„Activity 6: Injection Molding and Polyethylene „„Activity 7: Polypropylene and Plastic Welding „„Activity 8: Methods of Plastic Welding „„Activity 9: Vacuum Forming and Twin Sheet Forming „„Activity 10: Vacuum Forming „„Activity 11: Cast Acrylic and PVC „„Activity 12: Dome Blowing „„Activity 13: Nylon and Dip Coating „„Activity 14: Dip Coating „„Activity 15: The Plastics Industry „„ Activity 16: Plastic Recycling and Resource Conservation

Mechanical Materials Testing

REC Unit 9: Advanced C Programming

REC Unit 10: Industrial Robotic Arms

„„9.1 (Core): Proportional Control „„9.2 (Activity): Using Proportional Control „„9.3 (Core): Derivative Control „„9.4 (Activity): Using Derivative Control „„9.5 (Core): PID Control „„9.6 (Activity): Integral Control „„9.7 (Core): Data Filtering „„9.8 (Activity): Data Filtering and Graceful Degradation „„9.9 (Core): Behavioral Robotics „„9.10 (Activity): Build a Vacuuming Robot „„9.11 (Core): Organizing Behaviors „„9.12 (Activity): Writing a Roombot Behavior „„9.13 (Core): Random Turns „„9.14 (Activity): Generating Random Numbers „„9.15 (Project): Roombot Field Navigator

„„10.1 (Core): Industrial Robots „„10.2 (Activity): Building a Turret „„10.3 (Core): Potentiometers „„10.4 (Activity): Installing the Potentiometer „„10.5 (Core): Robotic Movement „„10.6 (Activity): Completing the Arm „„10.7 (Core): Robotic Integration „„10.8 (Project) Pass the Workpiece

REC Unit 11: Advanced Mechanics „„11.1 (Core): Lift Systems „„11.2 (Activity): Building a Lift Mechanism „„11.3 (Core): Advanced Gear Systems „„11.4 (Activity): Rack and Pinion Test Stand

REC Unit 12: Second Semester Project „„12.1 (Project): Bucket Battle

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„„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Tensile Testing I „„Activity 3: Tensile Testing II „„Activity 4: Tensile Testing III „„Activity 5: Creep Testing „„Activity 6: Compression Testing „„Activity 7: Hardness Testing „„Activity 8: Bending Test „„Activity 9: Shear Testing „„Activity 10: Fatigue Testing „„Activity 11: Fatigue Crack Growth Testing I „„Activity 12: Fatigue Crack Growth Testing II „„Activity 13: Failure Analysis „„Activity 14: Specialized Testing „„Activity 15: Selecting Materials

Mechanisms „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: First Class Levers „„Activity 3: Second Class Levers „„Activity 4: Third Class Levers „„Activity 5: Inclined Planes and Screws „„Activity 6: Wheels and Axles „„Activity 7: Pulleys „„Activity 8: Gears „„Activity 9: Gear Ratios „„Activity 10: Gear Trains „„Activity 11: Chain and Sprocket Drives „„Activity 12: Stepped Pulley and Belt Drives „„Activity 13: Block and Tackle „„Activity 14: Cams

Robotics Robotics and Materials Handling 1 with SCORBOT-ER 4u/ER 9 Pro „„Activity 1: Introduction to Robotics „„Activity 2: Using Robotic Control Software „„Activity 3: Recording Robot Positions „„Activity 4: Writing and Running a Robot Program „„Activity 5: Cartesian Coordinates „„Activity 6: Inputs and Program Jumps „„Activity 7: Outputs „„Activity 8: Joint and XYZ Coordinate Systems „„Activity 9: Relative Positions „„Activity 10: Loops, Polling, and Counters „„Activity 11: Subroutines „„Activity 12: Contact and Non-Contact Sensors „„Activity 13: Servo Control of the Conveyor „„Activity 14: I/O Control of the Conveyor „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Robotics and Materials Handling 2 with SCORBOT-ER 4u/ER 9 Pro „„Activity 1: Robotics „„Activity 2: Basic Robotic Programming Tools „„Activity 3: Manipulating Blocks Project „„Activity 4: Programming the Robot to Execute Circular Movements „„Activity 5: Drawing a House „„Activity 6: Roll and Pitch „„Activity 7: Block Alignment Project „„Activity 8: Feeders and Templates „„Activity 9: Peripheral Devices „„Activity 10: Linear Slidebase Project „„Activity 11: Programming Using Encoder Values „„Activity 12: Conditional Branching „„ Activity 13: Programming with Conditional Branching „„Activity 14: Analog Inputs and Outputs „„Activity 15: Programming a Sorting System Project

Fundamentals of Robotics with SCORBOT-ER 4u/ER 9 Pro „„Activity 1: Introduction to Robotics „„Activity 2: How Robots Work „„Activity 3: Using Robotic Control Software „„Activity 4: Recording Robot Positions „„Activity 5: Programming a Simple Pick & Place Task „„Activity 6: Absolute and Relative Positions „„Activity 7: Basic Robotic Programming Tools „„Activity 8: Block Alignment Project „„Activity 9: Feeders and Templates „„Activity 10: Peripheral Devices „„Activity 11: Linear Slidebase Project „„Activity 12: Encoders „„Activity 13: Roll and Pitch „„Activity 14: Programming the Robot to Execute Linear Movements „„Activity 15: Programming the Robot to Execute Circular Movements „„Activity 16: Final Project: Drawing a House

Advanced Robotic Programming with SCORBOT-ER 4u/ER 9 Pro „„Activity 1: Review „„Activity 2: Programming with Subroutines „„Activity 3: Digital Inputs „„Activity 4: Digital Outputs „„ Activity 5: Delivering Materials with a Conveyor Project „„Activity 6: Conditional Branching „„Activity 7: Programming with Conditional Branching - Project #2 „„Activity 8: Analog Inputs and Outputs „„Activity 9: Loops and Counters „„Activity 10: Contact and Non-Contact Sensors „„Activity 11: Programming a Sorting System Project

Process Control Process Control: Flow

„„Activity 1: Introduction to Process Control „„Activity 2: Introduction to ProcessMotion Simulation Software „„Activity 3: Block Diagrams and Gain „„Activity 4: The System Block Diagram & Final Control Element Gain „„Activity 5: Calculating Process Gain „„Activity 6: First Order Systems „„Activity 7: The Flow System Time Constant „„Activity 8: Controlling the Flow System Using Open Loop Control „„Activity 9: Introduction to On-Off Control „„Activity 10: On-Off Control - Tasks „„Activity 11: Controlling the Flow System Using On-Off Control „„Activity 12: Proportional Control „„Activity 13: First Order Systems Under Proportional Control „„Activity 14: Controlling the Flow System Using Proportional Control „„Activity 15: Proportional Integral (PI) Control „„Activity 16: Controlling the Flow System Using PI Control „„Activity 17: Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Control „„Activity 18: Controlling the Flow System Using PID Control „„Activity 19: Controller Selection and Design „„Activity 20: Designing Controllers for the Flow System

Process Control: Level „„Activity 1: Introduction to Level Control „„Activity 2: ProcessMotion Simulation Software „„Activity 3: Block Diagrams and Gain „„Activity 4: The System Block Diagram and the Final Control

Element Gain „„Activity 5: Calculating System Gain „„Activity 6: First Order Systems „„Activity 7: The Level System Time Constant „„Activity 8: Controlling the Level System Using Open Loop Control „„Activity 9: Introduction to On-Off Control „„Activity 10: On-Off Control - Tasks „„Activity 11: Controlling the Level System Using On-Off Control „„Activity 12: Proportional Control „„Activity 13: First Order Systems Under Proportional Control „„Activity 14: Controlling the Level System Using Proportional Control „„Activity 15: Proportional Integral (PI) Control „„Activity 16: Controlling the Flow System Using PI Control „„Activity 17: Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) Control „„Activity 18: Controlling the Flow System Using PID Control „„Activity 19: Controller Selection and Design „„Activity 20: Designing Controllers for the Flow System

Process Control: Pressure „„Activity 1: Introduction to Process Control „„Activity 2: Introduction to ProcessMotion Simulation Software „„Activity 3: Block Diagrams and Gain „„Activity 4: Calculating Process Gain „„Activity 5: Calculating the Final Control Element Gain „„Activity 6: First Order Systems „„Activity 7: The Pressure System Time Constant „„Activity 8: Controlling the Pressure System Using Open Loop Control „„Activity 9: Introduction to On-Off Control „„Activity 10: On-Off Control - Tasks „„Activity 11: Controlling the Pressure System Using On-Off Control „„Activity 12: Proportional Control „„Activity 13: First Order Systems Under Proportional Control „„Activity 14: Controlling the System Using Proportional Control „„Activity 15: Proportional Integral Control „„Activity 16: Controlling the Pressure System Using PI Control „„Activity 17: PID Control „„Activity 18: Controlling the Pressure System Using PID Control „„Activity 19: Controller Selection and Design „„Activity 20: Designing Controllers for the Pressure System

Process Control: Temperature „„Activity 1: Introduction to Process Control „„Activity 2: Introduction to ProcessMotion Simulation Software „„Activity 3: Block Diagrams and Gain „„Activity 4: Calculating Process Gain „„Activity 5: Heating Element Control „„Activity 6: First Order Systems „„Activity 7: The Temperature System Time Constant „„ Activity 8: Controlling the Temperature System Using Open Loop Control „„Activity 9: Introduction to On-Off Control „„Activity 10: On-Off Control - Tasks „„Activity 11: Controlling the Temperature System Using On-Off Control „„Activity 12: Proportional Control „„Activity 13: First Order Systems Under Proportional Control „„Activity 14: Controlling the Temperature System Using

Proportional Control „„Activity 15: Proportional Integral Control „„Activity 16: Controlling the Temperature system Using

Proportional Integral Control „„Activity 17: PID Control „„Activity 18: Controlling the Temperature System Using Proportional Integral Derivative Control „„Activity 19: Controller Selection and Design „„Activity 20: Designing Controllers for the Temperature System

Fluid Power Hydraulics 1 „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Pressure and Force „„Activity 3: Pressure Gauges „„Activity 4: Hydraulic Power Transmission - Part 1 „„Activity 5: Hydraulic Power Transmission - Part 2 „„Activity 6: Hydraulic Power Source „„Activity 7: Determining Component Characteristics „„Activity 8: Controlling the Flow Rate „„Activity 9: Flow Control Valves „„Activity 10: 4/3 Closed-Center Valve - Construction and Function „„Activity 11: 4/3 Closed-Center Valve - Characteristics „„Activity 12: Power Transformation Using a Double-Acting Cylinder „„Activity 13: Loading a Piston „„Activity 14: Controlling the Piston Location „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Hydraulics 2: Fundamentals of ElectroHydraulics „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Mechatronics and Hydraulic Systems „„Activity 3: Building a Dowel Insertion System „„Activity 4: Controlling a Hydraulic Press „„Activity 5: Controlling a Barricade „„Activity 6: Sequential Operation „„Activity 7: Grain Gate Valves „„Activity 8: Controlling a Cargo Airplane Door „„Activity 9: Increasing System Efficiency „„Activity 10: The Relay „„Activity 11: Latching a Relay „„Activity 12: Semi-Automatic Press System „„Activity 13: The Timer „„Activity 14: Irrigation System „„Activity 15: Improving Control in a Circuit with Sequential Operation

Pneumatics 1: Fundamentals „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: The Logic Function AND „„ Activity 3: Implementing AND in a Pneumatic Circuit „„Activity 4: The Toggle Valve „„ Activity 5: Using AND to Build a Fully Automatic System „„Activity 6: The Logic Function OR „„ Activity 7: Implementing OR in a Pneumatic Circuit „„ Activity 8: Circuit with Two Double-Acting Cylinders „„Activity 9: Sequential Cycle „„Activity 10: A Delay „„Activity 11: Sequential Control with a Timed Delay „„Activity 12: Opposing Control Signals „„Activity 13: Timing Diagrams „„Activity 14: Using a Single Pilot Valve to Prevent Opposing

Control Signals „„Activity 15: Using A Single Pilot Valve in a Pneumatic Circuit

Pneumatics 2: Advanced „„Activity 1: Introduction to Pneumatics „„Activity 2: Atmospheric Pressure and Vacuum „„Activity 3: Atmospheric Pressure, Vacuum and Mechanical Work „„Activity 4: The Double-Acting Cylinder „„Activity 5: 3/2 Valves „„Activity 6: Controlling a Piston with PBs „„Activity 7: 5/2 Air-Operated, Air-Returned Valve „„Activity 8: 5/2 Air-Air Valves „„Activity 9: Laws of Gases I „„Activity 10: Laws of Gases II „„Activity 11: 3/2 Air-Operated, Spring-Returned Valve „„Activity 12: Spot Welding System „„Activity 13: 3/2 Roller Valves „„Activity 14: The Punch - A Semi-Automatic System

Pneumatics 3: Electro-Pneumatics „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Building a Basic Electrical Circuit „„Activity 3: The 5/2 Solenoid-Spring Valve „„Activity 4: The 5/2 Solenoid-Solenoid Valve „„Activity 5: Magnetic Switches „„Activity 6: Implementing the Logic Function AND „„Activity 7: Implementing the Logic Function OR „„Activity 8: Implementing the Logic Function NOT „„Activity 9: Sequential Operation „„Activity 10: The Relay „„Activity 11: Unlatching a Relay „„Activity 12: Building a Fully Automatic Circuit „„Activity 13: Adding a Delay Using an Electric Timer „„Activity 14: Unlatching a Fully Automatic Circuit „„Activity 15: Measuring Cylinder Speed

Quality Control Mechanical Measurement and Quality Control „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Accuracy, Precision & Measurement Tools „„Activity 3: Units of Measurement and Conversion „„Activity 4: Fractions, Decimals, and Rounding „„Activity 5: Scaled Measurement Tools „„Activity 6: Vernier, Dial, and Digital Calipers „„Activity 7: Micrometers „„Activity 8: Height Gauges and Dial Indicators „„Activity 9: Fixed Gauges „„Activity 10: Transfer Measurement Tools „„Activity 11: Statistical Analysis „„Activity 12: Statistical Process Control „„Activity 13: Nominal Dimensions and Tolerance „„Activity 14: Parts Inspection & Inspection Reports „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Exploring Machine Vision and Quality Control „„Activity 1: Image Calibration „„Activity 2: Pattern Matching and Searches - 1 „„Activity 3: Pattern Matching and Searches - 2 „„Activity 4: Finding & Measuring Edges & Stripe „„Activity 5: Digital Images: File Types, Compression, Graphic Cards

and Scanners „„Activity 6: Introduction to Remote Sensing „„Activity 7: Remote Sensing & Image Processing „„Activity 8: Machine Vision in the Medical Sector „„Activity 9: Machine Vision in the Medical Sector „„Activity 10: Analog and Digital Camcorders „„Activity 11: Machine Vision and Robot Guidance „„Activity 12: Introduction to Programming Languages „„Activity 13: Conclusion

Machine Vision and Quality Control „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Camera and Lighting „„Activity 3: Image Digitization „„Activity 4: Working with Images „„Activity 5: Image Enhancement „„Activity 6: Using Filters „„Activity 7: Object Analysis „„Activity 8: Pattern Matching „„Activity 9: Blob Analysis „„Activity 10: Quality Control - Flaw Detection „„Activity 11: Quality Control - Part Counting „„ Activity 12: Quality Control - Measurement & Gauging „„Activity 13: Quality Control - Position Verification „„Activity 14: Executing a Machine Vision Operation „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Machine Vision and Image Processing „„Activity 1: Machine Vision and Quality Control „„Activity 2: Binary & Hexadecimal, Bits & Bytes „„Activity 3: Camera „„Activity 4: Image Digitization „„Activity 5: Grayscale, Binary Images „„Activity 6: Color „„Activity 7: RGB, CMYK and HSL „„Activity 8: Introduction to Blobs „„Activity 9: Blob Analysis „„Activity 10: Image Quality & Interference Problems „„Activity 11: Noise „„ Activity 12: Neighborhood & Point-to-Point Operations „„Activity 13: Morphological & Geometric Operation „„Activity 14: Arithmetic Operations „„Activity 15: Quality Control

PLC Technology PLC Technology 1 MicroLogix/SLC 500 „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Examining Input/Output Relationships „„Activity 3: PLC Monitoring Tools „„Activity 4: Writing and Simulating a Basic Ladder Diagram „„Activity 5: Project: Controlling a Sorting System „„Activity 6: NOT Logic „„Activity 7: AND Logic „„Activity 8: OR Logic „„Activity 9: Project: Arsenic Filling Station „„Activity 10: Latching and Unlatching Outputs „„Activity 11: Improving Elevator Control „„Activity 12: One Shot Rising „„Activity 13: Timer On Delay „„Activity 14: Timer Off Delay „„Activity 15: Conclusion

PLC Technology 2 MicroLogix/SLC 500 „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Bits and Words „„Activity 3: Counter Up and Reset „„Activity 4: Counter Down „„Activity 5: Project: Implementing CTU and CTD „„Activity 6: The Equal (EQU) Instruction „„Activity 7: The Not Equal (NEQ) Instruction „„Activity 8: Project; Applying Equal and Not Equal „„Activity 9: The Less Than (LES) Instruction „„Activity 10: The Greater Than (GRT) Instruction „„Activity 11: Project: Implementing GRT and LES „„Activity 12: The Move (MOV) Instruction „„Activity 13: The Add (ADD) Instruction „„Activity 14: The Subtract (SUB) Instruction „„Activity 15: Conclusion

PLC Technology 3: PLC-Controlled Pneumatic Systems „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: The Pneumatic HMI „„Activity 3: Manual Control of a Pneumatic Piston „„Activity 4: Semi-Automatic Control Systems „„Activity 5: Semi-Automatic Action Using a 5/2 Spring-Return Valve „„Activity 6: Fully Automatic Operation „„Activity 7: Fully Automatic Operation with Spring „„Activity 8: Timers „„Activity 9: Counters „„Activity 10: Sequential Operation with Two Double-Acting Cylinders „„Activity 11: Sequential Operation with Three Double-Acting Cylinders „„Activity 12: Solving Opposing Control Signals „„ Activity 13: Solving Opposing Control Signals in a Three Cylinder System „„Activity 14: Controlling a System with a Variable Timer „„Activity 15: Advanced Operation

PLC Technology 4: PLC-Controlled Hydraulic Systems „„ Activity 1: Getting Started „„ Activity 2: Using a 4/2 Sol-Sol Valve to Control a Double-Acting Cylinder „„ Activity 3: Using a 4/2 Sol-Spring Valve to Control a Double-Acting Cylinder „„ Activity 4: Using a 4/3 Sol-Sol Valve to Control a Double-Acting Cylinder „„ Activity 5: Using a Fully Automatic Hydraulic Circuit „„ Activity 6: Using a Fully Automatic Hydraulic Circuit with a Timer „„ Activity 7: Using a 4/3 Sol-Sol Valve with a Counter „„ Activity 8: Using a Fully Automatic Hydraulic Circuit with an OSR Instruction „„ Activity 9: Sequential Operation with Two Double-Acting Cylinders „„ Activity 10: Sequential Operation with Three Double-Acting Cylinders „„Activity 11: Sequential Operation with Two Double-Acting

Cylinders and a Delay „„Activity 12: Sequential Operation with Three Double-Acting Cylinders and a Delay „„Activity 13: Variable Timers „„Activity 14: Variable Counters „„Activity 15: Project: Port Soil Removal System

Electrical Electrical Systems „„Activity 1: Getting Started „„Activity 2: Introduction to Electricity „„Activity 3: Magnetism and Electromagnetism „„Activity 4: Electrical Power Supplies „„Activity 5: Instrumentation „„Activity 6: Output Devices „„Activity 7: Control Devices „„Activity 8: Circuit Protection „„Activity 9: Electrical Conditioners 1 „„Activity 10: Electronic Conditioners 2 „„Activity 11: Series Circuits „„Activity 12: Parallel Circuits „„Activity 13: Controlling Electrical Output „„Activity 14: Logic Gates „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Fundamentals of Electronics „„Activity 1: Introduction to Electronics „„Activity 2: Semiconductors „„Activity 3: Sources of Power „„Activity 4: Practical Application of the Diode „„Activity 5: Full Wave Rectifiers „„Activity 6: Bipolar Junction Transistors „„Activity 7: Specialized Diodes „„Activity 8: Field-Effect Transistors „„Activity 9: Power Supplies - Part 1 „„Activity 10: Power Supplies - Part 2 „„Activity 11: Introduction to Logical Systems „„Activity 12: The Logical OR Function „„Activity 13: The Logical AND and NOT Functions „„Activity 14: The NOR and NAND Functions „„Activity 15: Binary Numbers and Codes

Advanced Electronics „„Activity 1: Integrated Circuits „„Activity 2: Logic Gates „„Activity 3: More Logic Gates „„Activity 4: Boolean Algebra „„Activity 5: Binary Arithmetic „„Activity 6: Flip-Flops „„Activity 7: Types of Flip-Flops „„Activity 8: Shift Registers „„Activity 9: Counters „„Activity 10: Digital to Analog Conversion „„Activity 11: Analog to Digital Conversion „„Activity 12: Data Acquisition „„Activity 13: Sensors „„Activity 14: Displays „„Activity 15: Circuit Analysis

Sensors „„Activity 1: Introduction to Sensors „„Activity 2: Contact Sensors „„Activity 3: Digital Light Sensors „„Activity 4: Analog Light Sensors „„Activity 5: Reed Switch Sensors „„Activity 6: Logic AND Circuits „„Activity 7: Logic OR Circuits „„Activity 8: Relays - Logic NOT Circuits „„Activity 9: Inductive Proximity Sensors - Intro „„ Activity 10: Inductive Proximity Sensors - Applications „„Activity 11: Pressure Sensors „„Activity 12: On-Off Control Systems „„Activity 13: Using an Optic Fiber as a Conductor „„Activity 14: Control Circuit Design „„Activity 15: Conclusion

Environmental Engineering Introduction to Environmental Engineering „„Activity 1: Ecosystems and Ecology „„Activity 2: The Hydrosphere and Water Resources „„Activity 3: Water Quality and Supply „„Activity 4: Water Pollution „„Activity 5: Wastewater Management „„Activity 6: Fundamentals of Air Pollution „„Activity 7: Global Air Pollution „„Activity 8: Solid Waste Management „„Activity 9: Solid Waste Disposal „„Activity 10: Hazardous Waste Disposal „„Activity 11: Population and Economic Growth „„Activity 12: Energy Growth „„Activity 13: Environmental Impact Assessment „„Activity 14: Environmental Ethics „„Activity 15: Sustainable Development

Wastewater Management „„Activity 1: Introduction „„Activity 2: Wastewater Characteristics „„Activity 3: Wastewater Treatment Processes „„Activity 4: Treatment Plant Planning and Design „„Activity 5: Sewer Design „„Activity 6: Pump Stations „„Activity 7: Preliminary Treatment „„Activity 8: Flow Measurement „„Activity 9: Primary Treatment „„Activity 10: Secondary Wastewater Treatment „„Activity 11: Disinfection „„Activity 12: Advanced Wastewater Treatment „„Activity 13: Effluent Disposal „„Activity 14: Sludge Management „„Activity 15: Natural Wastewater Treatment

Environmental Pollution Control „„Activity 1: Introduction to Environmental Pollution „„Activity 2: Introduction to Air Pollution and Classification „„Activity 3: Meteorological Processes and Atmospheric Dispersion „„Activity 4: Effects of Ambient Air Pollution „„Activity 5: Reducing Air Pollution 1 „„Activity 6: Reducing Air Pollution 2 „„Activity 7: Noise and Indoor Air Pollution „„Activity 8: Introduction to Water Pollution „„Activity 9: Water Pollution „„Activity 10: Marine Pollution „„Activity 11: Water Quality and Treatment Standards „„Activity 12: Wastewater Treatment Processes „„Activity 13: Land Degradation „„Activity 14: Land Pollution and Solid Waste Disposal „„Activity 15: Pollution Legislation

Water Supply Engineering „„Activity 1: Introduction „„Activity 2: Water Sources „„Activity 3: Water Quality and Treatment Standards „„Activity 4: Water Pollution „„Activity 5: Water Supply Systems „„Activity 6: Water Intake „„Activity 7: Water Treatment Overview „„Activity 8: Coagulation and Flocculation „„Activity 9: Filtration „„Activity 10: Disinfection and Conditioning „„Activity 11: Water Distribution Systems „„Activity 12: Pipes „„Activity 13: Joints and Valves „„Activity 14: Pump Stations „„Activity 15: Water Distribution in Buildings

Introduction to Transportation Engineering „„Activity 1: Introduction to Transportation „„Activity 2: Traffic Flow Models „„Activity 3: Forecasting Travel Demand „„Activity 4: Capacity and Level of Service Analysis „„Activity 5: Transportation Planning „„Activity 6: Transportation Impact Analysis „„Activity 7: Transportation Engineering Software Applications „„Activity 8: Land Transportation - Facility Design „„Activity 9: Water Transportation - Facility Design „„Activity 10: Air Transportation - Facility Design „„Activity 11: Transportation System Management „„Activity 12: Transportation Safety „„Activity 13: Energy Issues in Transportation „„Activity 14: Intelligent Transportation Systems „„Activity 15: Emerging Transportation Systems

Civil Engineering Introduction to Construction Technology „„Activity 1: Introduction to Construction Technology „„Activity 2: Construction Planning „„Activity 3: Planning and Management Techniques „„Activity 4: Project Costing „„Activity 5: Scheduling and Estimates „„Activity 6: Construction Materials I „„Activity 7: Construction Materials II „„Activity 8: Construction Methods and Machinery „„Activity 9: Structural Analysis „„Activity 10: Design Methods „„Activity 11: Basic Components I „„Activity 12: Basic Components II „„Activity 13: Design Philosophy I „„Activity 14: Design Philosophy II „„Activity 15: Management, Manpower, Safety and Software

Introduction to Highway Engineering „„Activity 1: Transportation Systems „„Activity 2: Highway Planning and Development „„Activity 3: Surveys „„Activity 4: Geometric Design of Highways „„Activity 5: Highway Materials „„Activity 6: Traffic Design „„Activity 7: Design of Pavements „„Activity 8: Construction of Highways „„Activity 9: Drainage of Highways „„Activity 10: Construction of Roads on Uneven Terrain „„Activity 11: Maintenance of Highways „„Activity 12: Highway Economics and Finance „„Activity 13: Environmental Impact on Highways „„Activity 14: Highway Capacity „„Activity 15: Highway Safety

Construction Technology: Bridge Engineering „„Activity 1: Introduction to Bridge Engineering „„Activity 2: Bridge Classification and Materials „„Activity 3: Superstructure Design „„Activity 4: Substructure Design „„Activity 5: Foundations „„Activity 6: Loads „„Activity 7: Bridge Analysis „„Activity 8: Construction of Foundations „„Activity 9: Construction of Substructure „„Activity 10: Superstructure Construction „„Activity 11: Superstructure Design „„Activity 12: Inspection „„Activity 13: Inspection (2) „„Activity 14: Maintenance and Repair „„Activity 15: Object Non-Structural Considerations

Construction Technology: Fluids and Hydraulics „„Activity 1: Basic Principles of Fluids „„Activity 2: Fluid Pressure „„Activity 3: Hydrostatic Forces on Surfaces „„Activity 4: Buoyancy and Floatation „„Activity 5: Fundamentals of Fluids Flow „„Activity 6: Fluid Motion and Energy Equations „„Activity 7: Impact of Jets and Jet Propulsion „„Activity 8: Analysis of Laminar Flow in Pipes „„Activity 9: Loss of Energy in Pipes „„Activity 10: Applications of Flow Analysis „„Activity 11: Flow in Open Channels „„Activity 12: Hydraulic Machines: Turbines „„Activity 13: Hydraulic Machines: Pumps „„Activity 14: Fluid Systems „„Activity 15: Dimensional Analysis and Model Analysis

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