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SIM4/3DF

Simulation of electric and magnetic Fields [V103]
Microstrip/Stripline and power supply constructions on Printed Circuit Boards. Basics & training of the 3D-Simulationtool CST (FEM,FDM). Simulation of Signalpropagation, current density distribution and EM-Fields on PCBs. 3D-Resonances on surfaces.

SMS

Simulation with Matlab and Simulink [E611]
Introduction to the program, programming with Matlab and Simulink, applications.

SOK

Social Skills [S115]
Training in social skills in preparation for later working life, the students were trained to use their knowledge in simulated situations, using case studies and interactive exercises

SPES

Secure Programming of Embedded Systems [E2G634]
This lecture introduces students to the pitfalls of the C programming language, specifically as used to program microcontrollers. It demonstrates rules and techniques to write solid and secure code avoiding those pitfalls.

SRS

Sensorless Control of Servo Motors [E619]
Methods of measuring parameters of DC, induction and synchronous motors. Transformation of motor sizes such as conversion of wire gages into conductor sizes, axis transformation and rotational transformation. Derivation of mathematical models for DC, induction and synchronous motors. Sensors for position and speed measurement. Functioning of cascade control for servo motors. Sensor-based power, speed and position control of servo motors. Sensorless current, speed and position control of servo motors. Computer simulations for optimization of controller parameters.

STI

Control Technology for Industrial Robots [M105]
Theory of relative movements and Coordinate Systems, Jacobian Matrix and Kinematic Problems, Higher Interpolation Concepts, Dynamics and Inverse Dynamics, Control and Automation Concepts, Mobile Robotics

STT1

Control Technology 1 [E2G204]
Modelling of event-driven systems. Methods and components for automation, installation and programming of logic control systems (PLC).

STT2

Control Technology 2 [E2G406]
Programming, internal structures and algorithms of numerical control and motion control systems. Kinematics, dynamics and control of industrial robots and machine tools.

SWE

Software Development [E2G205]
Software techniques, process and data models, object-oriented programming, graphical user interfaces, Windows programming, testing strategies, process visualization.

TAV

Technical Acoustics for Live Sound [E2G631]
Basic principles of public address systems: Components for generating and processing audio signals and its conversion into acoustic waves; room acoustics and the phenomenon of hearing.

TBM

Technology and Devices of Microelectronics [E2G603]
Fundamentals of semiconductor physics, integrated circuit technology, process integration, structure and properties of integrated devices (BJT and MOSFET), FEM simulation.

TEC

Technical mechanics [E2G206]
Forces, moments, bearings, center of gravity of technical bodies, friction, kinetics, moments of inertia, theory of stress and strain, mechanical oscillations.

TET

Selected Subjects of Power Engineering [E2G632]
seminar (students aquire self dependent a selected subject, present it and are prepared for a discussion) e.g. about High.voltage direct-current transmission, storage technologies, superconductivity, alternative power generation, nuclear fusion, flexible-AC-transmission systems, smart grids, smart metering, controllable local grid transformers

TIW

Technology in Space [E2G501]
Satellite technology/satellite subsystems (structural mechanics, energy supply systems, thermal control, propulsion systems, attitude and orbital control, data management, data transfer and communication), development methodology for technology in space (environmental effects, radiation, reliability, material properties, simulation, test and verification)

TRA

Transformations [E2G106]
Fourier series, Fourier transform, spectra, Laplace transform, system function, impulse response, frequency response, stability, Bode diagram.