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Is Robotics a part of Mechanical Engineering?
Asked by: bharani
Posted on Thu, 10 Jul 2008 09:06:21 GMT
Is Robotics a separate major in MS of Mechanical Engineering?
The course structure for Mechanical Engineering can be different for different university. However, robotics is separate major in Mechanical Engineering which includes following subjects:
The mechanics of robots: comprising kinematics, dynamics, trajectories
Representing orientation: Euler angles, angle-axis, and quaternion
Velocity and acceleration: the Jacobian and screw theory
Inverse kinematics: solvability and singularities
Trajectory planning: joint interpolation and Cartesian trajectories
Statics of serial chain mechanisms
Inertial parameters, Newton-Euler equations, D'Alembert's principle
Recursive forward and inverse dynamics
For information on Mechanical Engineering majors at particular university, I suggest you to search for your required information in their website because most of the universities have all detailed information about their course structure in their websites.
elearn answered 9 years and 4 months ago
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