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Temasek Engineering School

Diploma
O
ption

S
ubjects
offered by

Mechatronics

(
MTN
)



S/N

Subject
Name

Subject
Code/ short
Name

Credit
Units/

Level

Lessons

(Hrs/Wee
k)

Subject Synopses


ENG





PROCESS CONTROL AND AUTOMATION
OPTION

1.

Instrumentation
and Computer
Control

ECT2004/

INSCOMPC

4 /2

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1 (Lab)

This subject is the continuation of circuit and control systems, which
covers in details the instrumentation and controls applied to various
control systems. Top
ics covered include instrumentation and
measurements, controller principles, multiple loop control systems
and digital control systems. In computer control, various computer
control systems such as direct digital control system, distributed
control system
and fieldbus control system are covered in details.


2.

Automation and
Machine Vision

EMF3004/

AUTOMVS

4/3

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1 (Lab)

This subject comprises of two parts: first on Automation and the
second, on Machine Vision. The fundamental knowledge of the

industrial automation, machine vision and their applications are
covered.


In the first part, the student is given a basic understanding of the
main components of an automatic system, ranging from various
types of motor, servo system, sensors and program
ming techniques.
The second part aims to expose students to the basic principle of
machine vision systems.


Concepts and practical examples on common industrial applications
integrating with automation and machine vision technologies are
then illustrated.



3.

Cleanroom
Equipment and
Technology

EMI3005/

CEQTECH

4/3

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1 (Lab)

This subject provides the students with a broad knowledge of
contamination control in a cleanroom environment. Wafer plant
facilities and process equipment will also be

discussed. Students
will be given the opportunity to experience the environment in the
cleanroom. The subject also introduces vacuum technology which
is vastly applied in the semiconductor wafer processing industry
today. Students will be trained to op
erate vacuum pumps and
systems through laboratory sessions.


4.

Mechatronics
Design Project


EED2007/

MTNPROJ



4/2

4 (Lab)

The subject covers the engineering theory of some machine elements
which is fundamental to most mechanical power transmission and
p
roduct designs. The essential tools for the development of a
mechatronic device/product such as computer aided drafting (CAD)
and micro
-
controller application and programming will be practiced
through laboratory sessions. The laboratory assignments and pro
ject
require the students to work in teams by the problem
-
based learning
(PBL) approach. Through this process students will acquire both
design synthesis skills and analytical skills to achieve a workable
design of a typical mechatronic device/product.


5
.

Networking
Fundamentals

ECC1002/

NETFUND



4/1

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1 (Lab)

This subject covers the fundamental principles of data
communications essential for the understanding of computer
networking. Students are taught the basic knowledge of data
transmiss
ion, Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, as well as
local area network protocols and technologies.



ROBOTICS OPTION

1.

Embedded
Control and
Applications

EMC3002/

ECAPP

4/3

2(Lec)

2(Lab)

This year 3 elective subject is an extension to the year 2 c
ore subject
“Microcontroller Technology”. The subject (both theory and
laboratory practice) seeks to provide students with
enhanced
knowledge of microcontroller
-
based system with emphasis on its
interfacing and applications. The students are required to wo
rk on a
group project that uses most of the hardware peripherals they
acquired

2.

Robotic Control
Systems

ECT3003

RTCS

4/3

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1(Lab, Alt
week)


This subject focuses on the control theory and

its applications in robotics controls. Fundamental
s of discrete time
analysis, sampling theory, Z
-
transform, computer interface, system
stability considerations are discussed. Time and frequency domain
response analysis and state
-
variable design methods of robotics
control systems are also discussed in de
tail.

Practical design aspects
and constraints are illustrated through different hands
-
on activity in
the lab and assigned project work.


3.

Analytical
Robotics

ECT3002

ANAR

4/3

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1(Lab, Alt
week)


Beginning with an introduction to the robot
ic systems, this subject
deals with basic kinematics, forces, moments and Euler’s laws.
Sensors and their application in robotics are discussed. Actuators and
power transmission devices are also included. Mobile robot design
considerations and embedded sys
tem design are explored to
emphasise the application aspects.


4.

Mechatronics
Design Project


EED2007/

MTNPROJ



4/2

4 (Lab)

The subject covers the engineering theory of some machine elements
which is fundamental to most mechanical power transmission and

product designs. The essential tools for the development of a
mechatronic device/product such as computer aided drafting (CAD)
and micro
-
controller application and programming will be practiced
through laboratory sessions. The laboratory assignments and p
roject
require the students to work in teams by the problem
-
based learning
(PBL) approach. Through this process students will acquire both
design synthesis skills and analytical skills to achieve a workable
design of a typical mechatronic device/product.


5.

Networking
Fundamentals

ECC1002/

NETFUND



4/1

2 (Lect)

1(Tut)

1 (Lab)

This subject covers the fundamental principles of data
communications essential for the understanding of computer
networking. Students are taught the basic knowledge of data
transmi
ssion, Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, as well as
local area network protocols and technologies.