ENGINEERING – ET

MATLAB, SIMULINK and All Engineering Subjects


1) 760903-wireless technology/Robotics

Assignment Description

The Kinova arm
http://www.kinovarobotics.com/
OptoForce tactile sensor
http://optoforce.com/wp-content/uploads … ET-1.5.pdf

Three tactile sensors are to be mounted on the Kinova hand.
A power supply is available at the hand.
The task is to design such electronics that the information from three tactile wires to the computer connected to the robot base. Any protocol respecting the wire properties is possible. I guess that CAN will be the easiest option but I did not study that in detail.
The information measured shall be transferred to the ROS (robot operating system).

Additional tasks will be optional but welcome e.g.
– Tactile data processing in the ROS environment.
– Recognition of what is grasped, controlling the grasp force,….

 


2) 680268-product design specification- design of buck-boost converter – electrical and electronic engineering

Assignment Description

DESIGN OF BUCK-BOOST CONVERTER

This design element work is an open-ended design problem to design specification and report that demands the application of the ‘design process’ and production of a design solution.

Learning Outcome:

By the end of this piece of assignment work, the student should have fulfilled module Learning Outcomes
(1). Demonstrate a wide knowledge and comprehensive understanding of design processes and methodologies and the ability to apply and adapt them in unfamiliar situations.
(2). Understand customer and user needs and the importance of considerations such as aesthetics.
(3). Ability to generate an innovative design for products, systems, components or processes to fulfill new needs.
(4). Manage the design process and evaluate outcomes.
(5). Extensive knowledge and understanding of a wide range of engineering materials and components.

 


 

3) SA0002-SA170820180089-DataRepresentation&DigitalLogic

Assignment Description

Question 1

Convert the followings:

a. 0xAC12 to binary
b. −10710 to 8-bit 2’s Complement
c. 11001101012 to Hexadecimal
d. 10011110 (8-bit 2’s complement representation) to decimal
e. -1.5 to IEEE-754 single precision

Question 2.
a) Construct the XOR operator using only AND, OR and NOT gates. [4 marks]
b) Charles Sturt University (CSU) is conducting three sessions every year. The session 1 is from 1st of March to end of June. Session 2 is from 1st of July to end of October and session 3 is from 1st of November to end of February. The student can enrol three subjects every session. Write a Boolean function and design a logic circuit, use of basic logic gates to show what the available subjects are in these time frames.

Question 3
Construct the truth table and Boolean function.

 


4) 711661- Engineering project

Assignment Description

Description
The title of my project is
“cluster synchronization for complex power grid”

Progress report should contain the below chapters:
Introduction
Literature review: Existing synchronization methods
Cluster synchronization
Simulation
Conclusion

 


5) 32390-Telecommunication

Assignment Description
Part-A:
Requirements:
This task requires students to study and critique the multiuser resource allocation schemes used in
the uplink of modern technologies: LTE-Advanced, LTE, Mobile WiMAX, CDMA2000, WCDMA and
UMTS.
This assignment exposes the student to real-world applications of digital communication in mobile
wireless communication. In doing so the student shall acquire skills to understand the real-world
requirements, critically review the existing techniques and write a technical report based on his or
her investigation.Part-B:
Question 1: Amplitude Modulation (AM)

Consider the message or modulating signal m(t)=Amcos(2πf0t) with frequency f0=60 Hz, amplitude
Am=4V and the carrier signal c(t)= Accos(2πfct + φ) with voltage amplitude Ac=1V, frequency fc=800
MHz and phase φ=π/4. We want to compare suppressed carrier AM (SC-AM) and full-carrier AM (FCAM) and their variants.
DSB-SC AM signal: u(t)=m(t)c(t)
DSB-FC AM signal: v(t)=[1 + m(t)/Ac]*c(t)

(a) Using Matlab, sketch the waveforms of m(t), u(t)=m(t)c(t) and v(t)=[1 + m(t)/Ac]*c(t) in one figure.
Explain what you observe from the figures.
(b) Using Matlab sketch the spectra of m(t), u(t)=m(t)c(t) and v(t)=[1 + m(t)/Ac]*c(t) in one figure.

Question 2: Huffman coding

Consider a source with the seven symbols in its alphabet s = {‘s0’ ‘s1’ ‘s2’ ‘s3’ ‘s4’ ‘s5’ ‘s6’} which has the
probabilities p = [0.18 0.21 0.2 0.26 0.03 0.05 0.07].
(a) Write a MATLAB function ‘entropy’ to compute the entropy of the source.
(b) Use your function ‘entropy’ to find the entropy of the given source.
(c) Write a MATLAB program to generate a Huffman code for the source.


6) SA0016-SA01092018039 ENRP20001 Methodology Presentation (12-15 Slides)

Assignment Description

Simulink files with components and description.
Matlab/ Simulink model for
(1).Magnetic Levitation model train
(2).Aircraft Model – Lift curve, Polar dragging, Pitching moment of USAF
(3).Vehicle powertrain

 


 

7) 7255-Facial recognition

Assignment Description

Would be an easy task, like importing several images ( I’m thinking here to sort by folder) and to say which is who in those folder, so a folder with my face, a folder with your face, to train the neural network, then after inserting a picture (different from one trained) to detect who is in that picture.