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EIN 4601C - Automation and Robotics Spring 2013

Instructor: Susana K. Lai-Yuen, Ph.D. Class Schedule: M: 4:00 5:45pm ENC 1002 Pre-Requisites: EIN 4621 CoRequisites: None

Office: ENC 2505 Office hours: T: 4:00 5:00pm Other times by previous appointment only. Tel: (813) 974-5547 Fax: (813) 974-5953 E-mail: laiyuen@eng.usf.edu Teaching Assistant: Iman Nekooyi Mehr Office: ENC 1005 Office hours: W: 2:00 4:00pm E-mail: nekooeimehr@mail.usf.edu

Required Text: Automation, Production Systems, and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Third Edition. Mikell P. Groover, editor. 2008. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Other materials: Lecture notes and handouts. Course Objectives 1. To introduce the concepts of manufacturing automation, and the technological and economic issues involved in the automated manufacturing of products. 2. To learn about the modern techniques and devices used for monitoring and controlling manufacturing systems. 3. To develop an understanding of the fundamental concepts of industrial robots, programmable logic controllers, numerical control machine tools, CAD/CAM, computer-aided process planning, and computer integrated manufacturing. 4. To demonstrate critical thinking and creativity in the course, through discussion, design, and analysis of relevant topics. 5. To develop team skills necessary for the completion of lab assignments and a course project requiring input from the individuals. 6. To provide the students hands-on experience with robot programming and programmable logic controllers. Academic Integrity Academic honesty is fundamental to the activities and principles of a university. All members of the academic community must be confident that each persons work has been responsibly and honorably acquired, developed and presented. Any effort to gain an advantage not given to all students is dishonest whether or not the effort is successful. The academic community regards academic dishonesty as an extremely serious matter, with serious consequences that range from probation to expulsion. When in doubt about plagiarism, paraphrasing, quoting, or collaboration on assignments, consult the instructor. 1. USF Policy on Academic Dishonesty and Disruption of Academic Process Students attending USF are awarded degrees in recognition of successful completion of coursework in their chosen fields of study. Each individual is expected to earn his/her degree on the basis of personal effort. Consequently, any form of cheating on examinations or plagiarism on assigned papers constitutes unacceptable deceit and dishonesty. Disruption of the classroom or teaching environment is also unacceptable. This cannot be tolerated in the University community and will be punishable, according to the seriousness of the offense, in conformity with this rule. For more information go to the web site http://www.ugs.usf.edu/catalogs/0203/adadap.htm. 2. ADA Resources The University recognizes and values students with disabilities. The faculty and administration strive to insure that students with disabilities participate in all aspects of university life. Academic accommodations are arranged through the Office of Student Disability Services. The Office of Student Disability Services, located in SVC 1133, (974-4309), is responsible for determining eligibility of students for disability status and facilitating services and accommodations for those who qualify. Accommodations that are developed in collaboration with students and faculty, include, but are not limited to, extended time on examinations, alternate formats for printed materials, and the services of sign language interpreters. For more information go to the web site http://www.sds.usf.edu/. EIN 4601C Automation and Robotics - Spring 2013 Instructor: Susana K. Lai-Yuen, Ph.D. 1/4 Rev. 01/12

3. Grievance Procedures Advocacy for issues that are not able to be resolved within the framework of the established policies for this course will be handled using the procedures found in the published University of South Florida catalog for the relevant academic year. For further information go to the web site: http://www.ugs.usf.edu/pdf/cat0506/acapol.pdf. 4. Course Recording The College of Engineering uses a classroom capture system as part of its distance learning program, which we will be using in this course. The system allows us to audio record the instructor and students, as well as content presented using the classrooms computer and/or document camera. These recorded sessions will be made available to students enrolled in the course. Because we will be recording in the classroom, your questions or comments will be recorded. If this is of serious concern to you, you should consider dropping the class during the first-week drop/add period. Students can view the recorded sessions within Blackboard. The links to do so are located in the Elluminate tool. To access these tools, students should click on the Tools section of the course. Under Tools, students should select Elluminate Live. 5. Class Policies a. Students are responsible for all information conveyed during class and on Blackboard. b. If you have to miss a class for a justifiable reason, which will be determined by the instructor, you must contact the instructor immediately. If there is an assignment due, you can either turn it in prior to the class at my office (ENC 2505) or send it with someone else. If you have to miss an exam for a justifiable reason, which will be determined by the instructor, you must inform the instructor at least a week ahead of time. c. No late or after-fact excuse for missing homework, in-class assignment, project report, or exam will be accepted. d. Homework will be assigned periodically throughout the semester and will be due at the beginning of the class on the specified date. In-class assignments will be given during class from time to time without previous notice. No inclass assignment will be accepted after the end of the class period. The exact number of homework and in-class assignments will be determined throughout the course of the semester. Homework and in-class assignments are due individually. e. Two in-class exams will be given. f. You must show all calculations, procedures in your homework, in-class assignment, project report and exam to get full score. Every document handed-in must be neatly prepared and stapled. Sloppy work and non-stapled materials may cost you points. g. Grades are posted in Blackboard immediately after graded materials are returned. You will have 10 calendar days from the day the material was returned to let me know of any discrepancies in your grades. No claims on grades will be accepted after this time period. h. Students who anticipate the necessity of being absent from class due to the observation of a major religious observance must provide notice of the date(s) to the instructor, in writing, by the second class meeting. i. Official electronic communications means: your USF assigned e-mail address and the course web site in the USF portal (https://my.usf.edu). It is the students responsibility to make sure they are receiving their official USF email. Please see http://una.acomp.usf.edu for more details. j. During class time, please turn off all cell phones, beepers and pagers. Always be on time to class. Online Students. TENTATIVE Policies (subject to change) a. In addition to the class policies mentioned above, online students should be able to access the lectures through Blackboard. We are currently experiencing changes by the university in all online courses. Therefore, policies for online students are subject to change and any changes will be announced in class and/or posted in Blackboard. If there are any problems with the lectures and links, let me know as soon as possible. b. There is NO off-campus proctoring available for this course. ALL online students need to come to the classroom and take the exams at the same time as the on-campus students. Alternate exam schedules must have prior approval from the instructor at least one week in advance. c. Homework should be submitted by the specified date and before the start of the class through Blackboard. In-class assignments do not need to be proctored and are due within 48 hours from the time the lecture was posted. d. Links will be created in Blackboard for online students to upload the materials. Do not submit materials through the instructors email. Materials should be submitted in a single .pdf or .doc formatted file. Pictures of materials (i.e., .jpg, .tif, etc.) will not be accepted. If you have more than one page, you need to insert all the pages into a single file. Make sure the file opens properly and is clear for reading. Also, place your name on each page of the document. e. Graded materials can be picked up during the instructors office hours.

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EIN 4601C Automation and Robotics - Spring 2013 Instructor: Susana K. Lai-Yuen, Ph.D.

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7. Course Website The course has a web site in the USF Portal. You can access the course web site at https://my.usf.edu. You will need a USF NetID and password in order to have access. If you do not already have a USF NetID, you can obtain one by going to https://una.acomp.usf.edu, clicking on Activate your NetID, and filling out a few simple forms. Check this website frequently for: Course Syllabus, Lectures notes, Posted notices of importance, Student grading records, and additional resources. 8. Course Grading Your course grade will be based on the scores earned on the following components. Grades are contingent upon progress and improvement of subsequent submittal of both written and oral assignments. Attendance to all the labs is mandatory and you need to complete all the labs; otherwise, you will get an incomplete (I) or failure (F) in the course. Homework In-class assignments Lab Mini Project Exams (2) Total 15% 5% 15% 15% 50% (25% each) 100%

The following grading scale will be used: 90 A 100, 80 B < 90, 70 C < 80, 60 D < 70, less than 60 = F By College of Engineering Rule: Only grades of C or better will be accepted in all Math, Science, and Engineering courses. In the event of an emergency, it may be necessary for USF to suspend normal operations. During this time, USF may opt to continue delivery of instruction through methods that include but are not limited to: Blackboard, Elluminate, Skype, and email messaging and/or an alternate schedule. It is the responsibility of the student to monitor Blackboard site for each class for course specific communication, and the main USF, College, and department websites, emails, and MoBull messages for important general information.

EIN 4601C Automation and Robotics - Spring 2013 Instructor: Susana K. Lai-Yuen, Ph.D.

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Tentative Course Schedule


Week Day
1 Mon

Date
01/07

Subject
Introduction Automation and Industrial Control Sys.

Reading Lab
Ch. 1 Chs. 4 & 5 Ch. 6 Ch. 8 Lab I Robotics Lab II Robotics No Lab

Mon

01/14

Sensors and Actuators Industrial Robotics

Mon

01/21

No class Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

Mon

01/28

Industrial Robotics Discrete Control

Ch. 8

Lab III

Ch. 9/Hand. Haptics Ch. 9 & Handouts Ch. 9 & Handouts Ch. 9 & Handouts Lab IV Haptics Lab V PLC Lab VI PLC Lab VII PLC

Mon

02/04

Boolean Algebra Boolean Algebra

Mon

02/11

Sequential Control Sequential Control

Mon

02/18

Ladder Logic Diagrams Ladder Logic Diagrams

Mon

02/25

Exam 1

Mon

03/04

PLC Counters and Timers PLC Counters and Timers

Ch. 9 & Handouts

Project

10

Mon

03/11

No class Spring Break No class Spring Break

No Lab

11

Mon

03/18

PLC Counters and Timers PLC Counters and Timers

Ch. 9 & Handouts

Project

12

Mon

03/25

PLC exercises

Project

13

Mon

04/01

Inspection Technologies Automatic Data Capture

Ch. 22 Ch. 12 Notes Notes Notes Notes

Lab VIII Matlab Lab IX Matlab Lab X Matlab Make-up Lab

14

Mon

04/08

Machine vision Machine vision

15

Mon

04/15

Machine vision Machine vision

16

Mon

04/22

Exam 2

NOTE: This schedule and its contents are subject to change by the instructor.

EIN 4601C Automation and Robotics - Spring 2013 Instructor: Susana K. Lai-Yuen, Ph.D.

4/4 Rev. 01/12