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MME 352. Measurement, Sensors and Sequential Control

Credits: 4
Department: Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
Description: Statistical analysis of engineering measurement, Analog and digital signals, Sampling theory, Static and dynamic process sensors including temperature, strain, force, pressure and sound, Micro-controllers, I/O devices, Programmable logic controllers.
Prerequisites: MME 211 or MME 212, ECE 201 or ENGR 332, PHYS 235
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab
Permissions: Other
Other Permission: Department permission to enroll in MME block 3 courses

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Apply basic statistical methods in engineering measurements and data presentation.
2. Implement the concepts of analog and digital signals, sampling and data storage.
3. Utilize computer tools as they relate to process measurement, signal processing and engineering simulation.
4. Characterize operation of transducers used in engineering measurement.
5. Select and implement strain, temperature, force, pressure and acoustic transducers in engineering measurement tasks.
6. Implement industrial programmable logic controllers (PLCs) by using ladder logic.

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