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View Resource Design and Implementation of Virtual Hybrid Electric Vehicle Simulator for Educational Purpose

The objective of this paper is to describe the development of an educational purpose computer-based simulator for Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) technology. The tremendous capital investment, tedious and time-consuming tasks required to establish a full function of HEV laboratory are convincing evidence that the HEV curriculum is in need of a low-cost, computer-based virtual HEV simulator. An...

View Resource Sensors and Actuators

This module is part of the course ?Intro to Mechatronics? at Lawrence Technological University and was developed through seed funding from the CAAT. This module consists of a PowerPoint presentation and accelerometer LabVIEW lab. Discussed in the PowerPoint are automotive sensors, actuators, and their use in powertrain (energy use, drivability and performance), body (occupant needs), and chas...

View Resource Introduction to Actuators LM

This page from the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education covers an overview of actuators. The documents in this learning module are designed to introduce students to actuators in the micro and macro scales. Included are a student guide, instructor guide, and narrated presentation to the Introduction to Actuators lesson.

View Resource Introduction to Actuators - Macro and Micro-size

This YouTube video, created by Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), provides an introduction to actuators. It runs for 7:54 seconds and covers how actuators work, including the basic mechanisms and types used in both micro and macro scale applications. More information on actuators can be found on the SCME website. 

View Resource MATE Module 15: Payloads and Actuators

This module from the Marine Advanced Technology Education Center introduces the concept of actuators as they are utilized on a remotely operated vehicle, or ROV. Electric, pneumatic and hydraulic actuators and the control of each are discussed. Students will learn to develop a connection diagram between the MATE ROV Control System and a motor actuator, describe methods used to suppress electrical...

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