Course Schedule


Lehrveranstaltungen

Aufbau, Kinematik und Programmierung von Industrierobotern (Integrierte Veranstaltung)

Dozent/in: Philipp Odensass

Termin:
wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 16:15 - 19:45 | 02.12.2013 - 31.01.2014 | V 00.114 Seminarraum | 2. Semesterhälfte

Inhalt: Allgemeine Funktionsbeschreibung von verschiedenen Roboterkinematiken wie z.B. - 6-Achs-Knickarm-Industrieroboter - Portal-Roboter - Tricept-Roboter - Delta-Roboter - Scara-Roboter Koordinatensysteme und Bezugspunkte. Justage. Homogene Transformationen, Vorwärts- und Rückwärtstransformation als Basis der Funktionsweise moderner Robotersteuerungen. Anwendungsbeispiele für der verschiedenen Robotertypen. Praktische Roboterprogrammierung an einen Portalroboter und einen DELTA-Rooter im Labor.

Elektronik 2 [Wahl] (Integrierte Veranstaltung)

Dozent/in: Klaus Fiedler

Termin:
wöchentlich | Mittwoch | 12:15 - 13:45 | 14.10.2013 - 31.01.2014 | Raumangabe fehlt | ET-Labor (Übungen)
wöchentlich | Mittwoch | 12:15 - 13:45 | 14.10.2013 - 31.01.2014 | V 00.114 Seminarraum | Übungen nach gesondertem Plan
Einzeltermin | Mi, 12.02.2014, 12:15 - Mi, 12.02.2014, 13:45 | Raumangabe fehlt | Klausur
Einzeltermin | Mi, 26.03.2014, 12:15 - Mi, 26.03.2014, 13:45 | Raumangabe fehlt | Wiederholungsklausur

Inhalt: Feldeffekttransistoren (FET): Grundlagen Anwendungen Übungen: Feldeffekttransistoren Operationsverstärker 2 Aktive Filter Schaltnetzteile

Foundations of Modular Programming (Integrierte Veranstaltung)

Dozent/in: Philipp Odensass

Termin:
wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 16:15 - 19:45 | 14.10.2013 - 25.11.2013 | Raumangabe fehlt | 1. Semesterhälfte

Inhalt: The primary purpose of this lecture is to increase the quality, consistency and re-usability of application software developments produced by engineers. This goal cannot be achieved by this lecture alone, other standards and publications that are referenced in this document must also be adequately understood. Modular programming guidelines are intended to enable the delivery of standardized programming structures, conventions, configurations, and strategies. [3] This lecture is “on the programming of physical manufacturing “unit operations” such as assembly applications, conveyors, mixers, packaging units, process skids, robotic cells, tanks, and valve matrices. From an automation standpoint, the scope can be described as the unit (or machine), or skid level automation controller (PAC or PLC) and human-machine interface (HMI) programming which could be for a single unit or for a complex multi-unit system.” [3] The benefits of modular programming [3] are: - increased flexibility by separating procedures and equipment as the primary idea of S88 Standard, - a common language to describe the operation of machines by common modus, state, and commands, which is good for operators and maintenance personal or software engineers as well, - a standard operator interface for all machines and all equipment, - compliance with regulatory requirements. Modular programming based on Rockwell Automation Power Programming 3.1 Standard could be programmed on a motion test stand by the students themselves in a laboratory exercise. The full implementation for a DELTA Robot with Kinetix 6500 S1 Safe Speed will be presented by Professor Odensass.