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MECH 217  Measurement in Mechatronics  Units: 4.25  
This course focusses on measurement theory and Arduino programming to put that theory into practice. Active lab modules provide hands-on practical experience making measurements, doing analysis, and drawing conclusions from them. On completion of the course, students will be able to: Install and test a micro controller system for data acquisition and control; Program in C to acquire and process digital and analog data; Apply transducers, acquisition systems, and procedures to measure pressure, strain, temperature and position; Apply statistical analysis, including uncertainty, for interpreting test results; Apply physical principles to describe static and dynamic system performance for pressure, strain, temperature and position measurements; Students will be expected to use mathematical and computational skills typically acquired in first year. Previous experience with C will be an asset, but is not required.
(Lec: 3, Lab: 1.25, Tut: 0)
Requirements: Prerequisites: APSC 112 Corequisites: Exclusions:   
Offering Term: F  
CEAB Units:    
Mathematics 0  
Natural Sciences 0  
Complementary Studies 0  
Engineering Science 36  
Engineering Design 15  
Offering Faculty: Smith Engineering  

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