Mechatronics has evolved into a way of life in engineering practice, and indeed pervades virtually every aspect of the modern world. As the synergistic integration of mechanical, electrical, and computer systems, the successful implementation of mechatronic systems requires the integrated expertise of specialists from each of these areas.


chapter 1|10 pages

What is Mechatronics?

chapter 2|16 pages

Mechatronic Design Approach

chapter 7|20 pages

Modeling Electromechanical Systems

chapter 8|18 pages

Structures and Materials

chapter 10|14 pages

Fluid Power Systems

chapter 11|36 pages

Electrical Engineering

chapter 12|32 pages

Engineering Thermodynamics

chapter 13|18 pages

Modeling and Simulation for MEMS

chapter 16|14 pages

Introduction to Sensors and Actuators

chapter 17|18 pages

Fundamentals of Time and Frequency

chapter 18|14 pages

Sensor and Actuator Characteristics

chapter 19|152 pages


chapter 20|134 pages


chapter 21|18 pages

The Role of Controls in Mechatronics

chapter 22|12 pages

The Role of Modeling in Mechatronics Design

chapter 23|60 pages

Signals and Systems

chapter 24|49 pages

State Space Analysis and System Properties

chapter 25|14 pages

Response of Dynamic Systems

chapter 26|24 pages

The Root Locus Method

chapter 27|22 pages

Frequency Response Methods

chapter 30|48 pages

Control System Design Via H2 Optimization

chapter 31|14 pages

Adaptive and Nonlinear Control Design

chapter 32|26 pages

Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems

chapter 33|28 pages

Advanced Control of an Electrohydraulic Axis

chapter 34|16 pages

Design Optimization of Mechatronic Systems

chapter 35|12 pages

Introduction to Computers and Logic Systems

chapter 37|14 pages

System Interfaces

chapter 38|14 pages

Communications and Computer Networks

chapter 39|10 pages

Fault Analysis in Mechatronic Systems

chapter 40|20 pages

Logic System Design

chapter 42|22 pages


chapter 44|4 pages

Introduction to Data Acquistition

chapter 46|10 pages

A/D and D/A Conversion

chapter 47|8 pages

Signal Conditioning

chapter 48|4 pages

Computer-Based Instrumentation Systems

chapter 49|18 pages

Software Design and Development*

chapter 50|14 pages

Data Recording and Logging