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  • UNIVERSITY OF DEBRECEN,

    CENTRE OF ARTS, HUMANITIES, AND SCIENCES,

    FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

    Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering

    (BSc degree program)

    2014.

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    H-4010 Debrecen, P.O. Box 95,

    Hungary

    Phone: +36-52-518-655

    Fax. +36-52-512-910

    Email:

    englishstudies@detek.unideb.hu

    Websites:

    http://englishstudies.sci.unideb.hu, http://eem.eng.unideb.hu

    Address:

    H-4028 Debrecen, temet u. 2-4., Hungary

    Phone: +36-52-415-155/77742

    Fax. +36 (52) 418-643

    Email:

    husigeza@eng.unideb.hu

    mailto:englishstudies@detek.unideb.huhttp://englishstudies.sci.unideb.hu/http://eem.eng.unideb.hu/

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    Objectives and Perspectives

    Mechatronics Engineering BSc Program

    Mechatronics ais relatively new branch of science and engineering and is defined as

    thecombination of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, computer engineering,

    software engineering, control engineering, and systems design engineering in order to

    design and manufacture useful products. It is a multidisciplinary field of engineering, that is

    to say it rejects splitting engineering into separate disciplines.

    The objective of the program is to train good mechatronic engineers who must have

    interdisciplinary knowledge and be skilled in a very wide scope of bordering and pervading

    branches of technology, since it is a very difficult and demanding profession. Several market

    surveys show that it is one of the most required professions nowadays and it will be even

    more needful in the coming decades.

    Our graduates will develop competence or acquire knowledge in the following areas:

    - Mechanical engineering and material science, - Electrical and electronic engineering, - Computer engineering and computer science, - Automated systems and control engineering, - Telecommunication and optoelectronics, - Robotics.

    The curriculum contains the following subject modules:

    Basic science subjects: 48 credits

    Mathematics, Technical Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Introduction to Mechanical

    Engineering, Instrumental technique, Material Science

    Economics and human subjects: 20 credits

    Economics, Quality Management, State Administration and Law, Engieering Ethics

    Field specific vocational subjects: 117 credits

    Informatics, Descriptive Geometry, Technical Drawing, Machine Elements, CAD,

    CAE, 3D Computer Aided Design, Material Science and Testing, Technology of

    Structural Materials, Electrotechnics and Electronics, Measuring and Automatics,

    Material handling, Mechatronics, PLC programming, Digital techniques, Robotics,

    Building automation, Building Physics, Building Service Systems

    Optional subjects: 10 credits

    Thesis: 15 credits

    Duration of studies: 7 semesters, contact hours: 2,352

    ECTS credits: 210, internship: 6 weeks

    Final Exam:

    Defending the Diploma Work (oral presentation and the discussion)

    Topics of Building Mechatronics

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    Background

    Laboratory and tutorial workshop background of the field of Mechatronics Engieering:

    Laboratories of the Building Mechatronics Research Center

    Building mechatronics research laboratory: The goal of the activity of the laboratory is the elaboration of methods to carry out the intelligent evaluation of measurements,

    intervention and planning.The competence of the laboratory includes the integrated parts

    of building automation, building supervision and security technique including the

    operation of necessary sensors, regulators and interveners, which is defined as building

    mechatronics.

    Schneider Electric knowledge centre: All teachings, research, expertise and advisory activities concerning all products of Schneider Electric and the examination of the

    possibility of their use differing from conventional use. The laboratory is suitable for the

    following things:

    Teaching of industrial controls by means of small and medium PLCs and realization of real industrial processes on twido demonstration tables built with PLCs of

    type M340.

    Regulation of driving technical models by programming frequency changers

    (ATV11, ATV31 and ATV71).

    Complex engineering tasks by connecting operating models into the network.

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    Pneumatic laboratory (FESTO FACT -Festo Authorized and Certified Training

    Center): Teaching of pneumatics on the basis of didactic programs of FESTO Ltd. In the

    field of pneumatics, electro-pneumatics, hydraulics, electro-hydraulics, PLC

    technique,driving technique, mechatronics and sensor technique.

    Hydraulic laboratory: Presentation of most modern hydraulic systems and researches in

    the field of hydraulics, teaching of hydraulic subject-matters on the basis of the programs

    elaborated by FESTO Ltd. Didactic, resp. BOSCH-Rexroth. The laboratory has been

    brought into existence and is sponsored by BOSCH-Rexroth Ltd. and FESTO Didactic

    Ltd.

    Robotics laboratory:There are 16 workstations, in connection with robot technology, where 32 students can work simultaneously. In the 16 workstations there are altogether 16

    robots, which are PLC controlled.

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    MPS PA laboratory:Presentation and research processes based on the flow of industrial liquids. Study and research of the control of closed and opened systems. Festo Didactics

    Learning System for process automation and technology is orientated towards different

    training and educational requirements.

    MPS manufacturing line laboratory: Teaching of pneumatics on the basis of the program elaborated by FESTO Ltd. Didactic in the field of pneumatics, electro-

    pneumatics, hydraulics, electro-hydraulics, PLC technique, driving technique,

    mechatronics and sensor technique.

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    NI Elvis (Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite) Lab:The NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) features an integrated

    suite of 12 of the most commonly used instruments in the lab - including the oscilloscope,

    digital multimeter, function generator, variable power supply, and Bode analyzer - in a

    compact form factor for the lab or classroom demonstrations. Based on NI LabVIEW

    graphical system design software, NI ELVIS, with USB plug-and-play capabilities, offers

    the flexibility of virtualinstrumentation and allows for quick and easy measurement

    acquisition and display.

    Laboratory of electronic engineering and electronics (Rohde & Schwarz

    reference lab):The main competence of the laboratory is the measuring of electric

    quantities in the field of mechatronics, mechanical engineering and chemical

    mechanical engineering by means of digital and analogue circuits. There are 10

    measuring stations in the laboratory, at which 20 students can carry out

    measurements at the same time.

    Measurement and Control Engineering Laboratory: The following tools of

    cardinal importance of the laboratory to promote the teaching and research

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    activity:storing oscilloscope, power-supply unit, digital manual instruments, plotter

    function generatordata collection and signal conditioning unit

    Laboratory of re-configurable mechatronics controllers:The goal of the activity

    of the laboratory is the research and further development of intelligent controllers

    by using freely configurable digital electronic tools.

    Students are welcomed to participate in the development and research work of the departments

    electric vehicles.

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    Curriculum

    University of Debrecen Faculty of Engineering From: September, 2014

    Mechatronics BSc Building Mechatronics SpecializationSubject Code Prerequisite

    Mathematics I. MFMAT31S05-EN 2 3 k 5

    Mathematics II. MFMAT32S05-EN 2 3 k 5 MFMAT31S05-EN

    Mathematics III. MFMAT33S03-EN 2 2 k 3 MFMAT32S05-EN

    Mathematics comp. exam MFMAT30X00-EN 0 0 s 0 MFMAT33S03-EN same time

    Technical Mechanics I. MFMMC31G04-EN 2 2 k 4

    Technical Mechanics II. MFMMC32G04-EN 2 2 k 4 MFMMC31G04-EN

    Technical Mechanics III. MFMMC33G03-EN 1 1 k 3 MFMMC32G04-EN

    Technical Mechanics IV. MFMMC34G02-EN 1 1 2 MFMMC33G03-EN

    Engineering Physics MFMFI31G02-EN 2 0 k 2

    Electrotechnics and Electronics I. MFELT31R05-EN 3 2 k 5 MFMAT32S05-EN same time

    Measurements and automatics I. MFMET31R03-EN 2 1 k 3 MFELT31R05-EN

    Methods of Presentation and Visualization MFMTC31R04-EN 1 1 4

    Material science I. MFANI31G04-EN 2 2 k 4

    Instrumental technique MFMUS31R04-EN 0 2 4 MFMTC31R04-EN

    Economics for engineers MFKGZ31X04-EN 3 0 k 4

    Microeconomics MFVGF31X04-EN 1 2 4 MFKGZ31X04-EN

    Basics of quality management MFMIN31X04-EN 1 1 4

    Management for engineers MFMAM31X04-EN 1 3 4

    State Administration and Law MFJOG31X02-EN 2 0 k 2

    Engineering Ethics MFTAI31X02-EN 2 0 k 2

    Environmental Protection MFKOR31X02-EN 0 2 2

    Informatics for engineers I. MFINF31X03-EN 0 2 3

    Informatics for engineers II. MFINF32X03-EN 0 2 3 MFINF31X03-EN

    Descriptive Geometry MFMAB31G03-EN 1 2 3

    Technical drawing MFMAB32G03-EN 2 1 3 MFMAB31G03-EN

    Operation and Theory of Machines MFAGT31G03-EN 2 1 k 3

    Basics of mechatronics MFMEA31R04-EN 1 2 4 MFMAT31S05-EN, MFAGT31G03-EN

    Mechatronics I. MFMHT31R04-EN 1 2 4 MFMEA31R04-EN

    Mechatronics II. MFMHT32R06-EN 1 2 6 MFMHT31R04-EN

    Machine elements I. MFGEP31G05-EN

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