How to calculate the number of turns, diameter and type of wire that must be used in a coil to cover a certain frequency range? How to calculate how many turns must be taken from a coil so that the tuning frequency of a circuit shifts? How to determine the operating frequency of a resonant circuit? These problems have huge dimensions for students and experimenters who are not very fond of formulas can be simplified with the suggestions and explanations given in this article.
Hydrotronics can be use in some automation and robotic applications complementing electronic and electronics resources. In this article, from my book Mechatronics and Robotics (out os print), we describe some formulas and applications of liquids devices in mechatronics.
This story, written in the 1980s, has never been published before. We only have one version on our website. It works as an excellent physics class for those who want to know a little more about inertia, gyroscopes and inertial sensors, a very important subject for those who want to work with drones, robots and other vehicles which need automatic dynamic balance control.
This article shows some ways to convert motion in mechatronics applications. It is part of our book Mechatronics and Robotics Handbook (out of sale).
This article is part of my book Mechatronics Sourcebook (out of print). Here we show some applications of Hydraulics devices in mechatronics complementing electric and electronic devices.
Mechatronics and automation designs may require the use of positioning devices as servos which are not always simple to find or inexpensive. For those who want to learn more about these devices, nothing better than building one and this is possible with the arrangement we describe in this article.
The circuit shown here can produce frequencies from 100 kHz to 2 MHz. The inverter can also be...
June 2016 - Mouser already have to deliver the new analog-to-digital converters SAR ADSxx53 of...