Industrial Motion Control: Motor Selection, Drives, Controller Tuning, Applications
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It should also be resource for system design engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, project managers, industrial engineers, manufacturing engineers, product managers, field engineers, and programmers in industry.. Industrial motion control applications use specialized equipment and require system design and integration. To design such systems, engineers need to be familiar with industrial motion control products; be able to bring together control theory, kinematics, dynamics, electronics, simulation, programming and machine design; apply interdisciplinary knowledge; and deal with practical application issues.The book is intended to be an introduction to the topic for senior level undergraduate mechanical and electrical engineering students. Motion control is widely used in all types of industries including packaging, assembly, textile, paper, printing, food processing, wood products, machinery, electronics and semiconductor manufacturing
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Much of the material is available in manufacturer data sheets, manuals, product catalogs, fragments in various college courses, websites, trade magazines, and as know-how among practicing engineers. From the Back Cover Motion control is widely used in all types of industries including packaging, assembly, textile, paper, printing, food processing, wood products, machinery, electronics, and semiconductor manufacturing. The book is intended to be an introduction to the topic for senior-level undergraduate mechanical and electrical engineering students. The author presents these pieces in a cohesive way to provide the foundational concepts while supplementing them with solved practical application examples using data for industrial products from data sheets and catalogs. Industrial motion control applications use specialized equipment and re
Dr Gurocak received the 2001 WSU Vancouver Faculty Research Excellence Award and the best paper awards in 2001 ASEE Conference in Manufacturing Division on remote delivery of laboratory courses, and in 2007 ASEE Mechanical Engineering Division on mechatronics education. Gürocak is an ABET Program Evaluator for mechanical engineering programs.. Hakan Gürocak, Director, School of Engineering and Computer Science, Washington State University, V