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Haywired: Pointless (Yet Awesome) Projects for the Electronically Inclined by Mike Rigsby

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Haywired: Pointless (Yet Awesome) Projects for the Electronically Inclined by Mike Rigsby
English | Mar 1, 2009 | ISBN: 1556527799 | 210 Pages | PDF | 10,1 MB

Haywired: Pointless (Yet Awesome) Projects for the Electronically Inclined by Mike Rigsby
Unless you live in a haunted house, the eyes on your paintings probably don't follow you around. However, with a couple of motion sensors, two motors, a few transistors, resistors, diodes, and wires you can convert a Van Gogh print into a macabre masterpiece with a mind of its own. Haywired proves that science can inspire odd contraptions. Create a Mona Lisa that smiles even wider when you approach it. Learn how to build and record a talking alarm, or craft your own talking greeting card. Construct a no-battery electric car toy that uses a super capacitor, or a flashlight that can be charged in minutes, then shine for 24 hours. Written for budding electronics hobbyists, author Mike Rigsby offers helpful hints on soldering, wire wrapping, and multimeter use. Each project is described in step-by-step detail with photographs and circuit diagrams. Includes Web sites listing suppliers and part numbers.
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“Acoustic Waves: From Microdevices to Helioseismology” ed. by Marco G. Beghi

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"Acoustic Waves: From Microdevices to Helioseismology" ed. by Marco G. Beghi
InTeOpP | 2011 | ISBN: 9533075724 9789533075723 | 665 pages | PDF | 51 MB
This book presents several aspects of the active research ongoing in the field of Acoustic Waves. Theoretical efforts are leading to a deeper understanding of phenomena, also in complicated environments like the solar surface boundary. A whole class of widespread microdevices, including filters and sensors, is based on the behaviour of acoustic waves propagating in thin layers. The search for better performances is driving to new materials for these devices, and to more refined tools for their analysis.

“Acoustic Waves: From Microdevices to Helioseismology” ed. by Marco G. Beghi
Part 1 Theoretical and Numerical Investigations of Acoustic Waves
1 Analysis of Acoustic Wave in Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Media Using Finite Element Method
2 Topological Singularities in Acoustic Fields due to Absorption of a Crystal
3 An Operational Approach to the Acoustic Analogy Equations
4 Exact Solutions Expressible in Hyperbolic and Jacobi Elliptic Functions of Some Important Equations of Ion-Acoustic Waves
5 A coustic Wave
Part 2 Acoustic Waves as Investigative Tools
6 Acoustic Waves: A Probe for the Elastic Properties of Films
7 Evaluation Method for Anisotropic Drilling Characteristics of the Formation by Using Acoustic Wave Information
8 Machinery Faults Detection Using Acoustic Emission Signal
9 Compensation of Ultrasound Attenuation in Photoacoustic Imaging
10 Low Frequency Acoustic Devices for Viscoelastic Complex Media Characterization
11 Modeling of Biological Interfacial Processes Using Thickness-Shear Mode Sensors
12 Analysis of Biological Acoustic Waves by Means of the Phase-Sensitivity Technique
13 Photoacoustic Technique Applied to Skin Research: Characterization of Tissue, Topically Applied Products and Transdermal Drug Delivery
14 Acoustic-Gravity Waves in the Ionosphere During Solar Eclipse Events
Part 3 Acoustic Waves as Manipulative Tools
15 Use of Acoustic Waves for Pulsating Water Jet Generation
16 Molecular Desorption by Laser-Driven Acoustic Waves: Analytical Applications and Physical Mechanisms
17 Excitation of Periodical Shock Waves in Solid-State Optical Media (Yb:YAG, Glass) at SBS of Focused Low-Coherent Pump Radiation: Structure Changes, Features of Lasing
18 An Optimal Distribution of Actuatorsin Active Beam Vibration: Some Aspects, Theoretical Considerations
Part 4 Acoustic Wave Based Microdevices
19 Multilayered Structure as a Novel Material for Surface Acoustic Wave Devices: Physical Insight
20 SAW Parameters Analysis and Equivalent Circuit of SAW Device
21 Sources of Third-Order Intermodulation Distortion in Bulk Acoustic Wave Devices: A Phenomenological Approach
22 Shear Mode Piezoelectric Thin Film Resonators
23 Polymer Coated Rayleigh SAW and STW Resonators for Gas Sensor Applications
24 Ultrananocrystalline Diamond as Material for Surface Acoustic Wave Devices
25 Aluminum Nitride (AIN) Film Based Acoustic Devices: Material Synthesis and Device Fabrication
26 Surface Acoustic Wave Devices for Harsh Environment
27 Applications of In-Fiber Acousto-Optic Devices
28 Surface Acoustic Waves and Nano-Electromechanical Systems
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Computational Sensor Networks

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Thomas C. Henderson, "Computational Sensor Networks"
2009 | pages: 228 | ISBN: 0387096426 | PDF | 8,5 mb

Computational Sensor Networks
A model-based approach to the design and implementation of (CSNs) is proposed. This high-level paradigm for the development and application of sensor device networks provides a strong scientific computing foundation, as well as the basis for robust software engineering practice. The three major components of this approach include (1) models of phenomena to be monitored, (2) models of sensors and actuators, and (3) models of the sensor network computation. We propose guiding principles to identify the state or structure of the phenomenon being sensed, or of the sensor network itself. This is called computational modeling. These methods are then incorporated into the operational system of the sensor network and adapted to system performance requirements to produce a mapping of the computation onto the system architecture. This is called real-time computational mapping and allows modification of system parameters according to real-time performance measures. This book deals with the development of a mathematical and modular software development framework to achieve computational sensor networks.
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Course 20485C: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#

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Course 20485C: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C# By Microsoft
2014 | 480 Pages | ISBN: n/a | PDF | 21 MB

Course 20485C: Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#
About this Course
This course you will learn advanced programming practices and techniques that will help you develop Windows Store apps. In this course, you will learn how design and develop Windows Store apps, as well as implement advanced features, such as using location information, streaming media to external devices, and integrating with online services. You will also learn how to use Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and Expression Blend tools.

This course maps to the 70-485 exam.

Windows Azure is required or used as part of the lab for this course, which may not be available in all countries. Please check with your Microsoft training provider that this cloud service is available in your area. Training Providers please reference the course setup guide for more details.
Audience Profile
This course is intended for professional developers who have one or more years of experience creating applications for a production environment and who are comfortable programming in C# and XAML to create Windows Store apps.
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Review basic Windows Store app concepts and how Windows Store apps integrate with the Windows 8.1 ecosystem.
Explore the built-in WinRT animation library and storyboards, and apply transitions and transformations.
Localize the Windows Store app UI and apply language-specific formatting to a multi-lingual app.
Create and present a successful splash screen, and differentiate your app with branding.
Use various storage mechanisms, choose a suitable caching strategy for their app, and use advanced file access methods.
Work with custom and template controls, and create and consume a WinRT component.
Print using the Printing API and explore the Play To API.
Explore the Push Notification Service (WNS), and work with push notifications.
Use the CameraCaptureUI API and the MediaCapture API.
Create and consume background tasks.
Discover sensors, test their availability, and handle sensor events and device availability, and enumerate devices and their capabilities and properties and use the capabilities.


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Smart Technologies for Safety Engineering

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Jan Holnicki-Szulc, "Smart Technologies for Safety Engineering"
2008 | ISBN-10: 0470058463 | 350 pages | PDF | 16 MB

Smart Technologies for Safety Engineering
Smart technologies comprise a dynamic new interdisciplinary research field that encompasses a wide spectrum of engineering applications including, but not limited to, intelligent structures and materials, actuators, sensors and structural observability, control systems and software tools for the design of adaptive structures. Smart technologies focus on the issues surrounding the safety and integrity of engineering systems. presents the achievements of ten years of research from the Smart-Tech Centre applied to some of the key issues of safety engineering. Results presented include: Original methods and software tools for modelling, design, simulation and control of adaptive structures and applicability of the adaptive concept to the design of structures for extreme loads; Application of the smart-tech concept to hot research topics and emerging engineering issues including health monitoring of structures and engineering systems, monitoring of loading conditions, automatic structural adaptation to unpredictable, randomly changing dynamic conditions and the optimal design of adaptive structures and engineering systems; Numerically efficient and original software packages that can be used for the design of adaptive, as well as passive (without control devices) structures. The Virtual Distortion Method, which has been developed especially for fast reanalysis of structures and systems and exact sensitivity analysis, allowing for effective modelling, design, health monitoring and control of smart engineering systems. The original research and practical applications in will appeal to a broad spectrum of engineers, researchers, professors and graduate students involved in the research, design and development of widely understood adaptronics and mechatronics, including smart structures and materials, adaptive impact absorption, health and load monitoring, vibration control, vibroacoustics and related issues.
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More iOS 6 Development: Further Explorations of the iOS SDK

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More iOS 6 Development: Further Explorations of the iOS SDK by Jack Nutting
Apress | Dec 27 2012 | ISBN: 1430238070 | Pages: 552 | PDF | 53.2 MB
Interested in iPhone and iPad apps development? Want to learn more? Whether you're a self-taught iPhone and iPad apps development genius or have just made your way through the pages of Beginning iOS 6 Development, we have the perfect book for you.

More iOS 6 Development: Further Explorations of the iOS SDK
More iOS 6 Development: Further Explorations of the iOS SDK digs deeper into Apple's latest iOS 6 SDK. Bestselling authors Dave Mark, Alex Horovitz, Kevin Kim and Jeff LaMarche explain concepts as only they can-covering topics like Core Data, peer-to-peer networking using GameKit and network streams, working with data from the web, MapKit, in-application e-mail, and more. All the concepts and APIs are clearly presented with code snippets you can customize and use, as you like, in your own apps.
If you are going to write a professional iPhone or iPad app, you'll want to get your arms around Core Data, and there's no better place to do so than in the pages of this book. The book continues right where Beginning iOS 6 Development leaves off, with a series of chapters devoted to Core Data, the standard for Apple persistence. Dave, Alex, Kevin and Jeff carefully step through each Core Data concept and show techniques and tips specifically for writing larger apps-offering a breadth of coverage you won't find anywhere else.
The Core Data coverage alone is worth the price of admission. But there's so much more! More iOS 6 Development covers a variety of networking mechanisms, from GameKit's relatively simple BlueTooth peer-to-peer model, to the addition of Bonjour discovery and network streams, through the complexity of accessing files via the web.
Dave, Alex, Kevin, and Jeff will also take you through coverage of concurrent programming and some advanced techniques for debugging your applications. The enhanced multitasking, threading, memory management and more are important. Apps are getting more and more complex, including sophisticated game apps that offer virtual or augmented reality experiences and new mapping views that take advantage of sensors and other APIs in the newest iOS 6 SDK.
Whether you are a relative newcomer to iPhone and iPad or iOS development or an old hand looking to expand your horizons, there's something for everyone in More iOS 6 Development.
What you'll learn
All about Core Data: key concepts and techniques for writing larger applications
How to utilize a variety of networking mechanisms, including peer-to-peer connections over Bluetooth using GameKit
Details on the addition of Bonjour discovery and network streams
How to embed maps with Map Kit and use in-application email
How to access a user's iPod library and integrate music into apps
Essentials of concurrent programming and advanced debugging techniques
How to work with enhanced multitasking, threading, memory management and other APIs
Tips on working with data from the web and the cloud, including Apple's iCloud
How to work with the iOS 6 SDK when dealing with sensors, gyroscopes, etc. for augmented reality experiences in game and socia media apps
Who this book is for
All iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad app developers, especially developers already familiar with the basics of Apple's iPhone SDKs and who have read the previous volume, Beginning iOS 6 Development.
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DIY Instruments for Amateur Space: Inventing Utility for Your Spacecraft Once It Achieves Orbit

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DIY Instruments for Amateur Space: Inventing Utility for Your Spacecraft Once It Achieves Orbit by Sandy Antunes
English | Apr 11, 2013 | ISBN: 1449310648 | 120 Pages | PDF | 18 MB
What can you measure and what are your limits when orbiting in space? Learn about what physical quantities you can measure and what types of sensors you can buy or build. We cover the 5 essential design limits as well: power, bandwidth, resolution, computing… and legal limitations. Explore what you can play with using your own personal satellite.

DIY Instruments for Amateur Space: Inventing Utility for Your Spacecraft Once It Achieves Orbit
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Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection

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Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection
English | PDF, CHM, DJVU | E-book Collection | All in One | 2.16 GB

Comprehensive Robotics Books Collection

123 Robotics Experiments for the Evil Genius.pdf
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Building Robots – Gareth Branwyn.chm
Active Visual Inference of Surface Shape – Roberto Cipolla.pdf
Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines – Hiroshi Kimura et al (Eds).pdf
Advances in Robot Kinematics – Jadran Lenarcic and Bernard Roth (Eds).pdf
Amphibionics Build Your Own Biologically Inspired Reptilian Robot – Karl Williams.pdf
An Introduction to MEMs Engineering – Nadim Maluf and Kirt Williams.pdf
Anatomy of a Rrobot – Charles M Bergren.pdf
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems for Engineers.pdf
Artificial Mind System – Kernel Memory Approach – Tetsuya Hoya.pdf
Autonomous Mobile Robots – Shuzhi Sam Ge & Frank L Lewis.pdf
Autonomous Robotic Systems – Anibal T. de Almeida and Oussama Khatib (Eds).pdf
Autonomous Robots – Modeling, Path Planning, and Control.pdf
Bio-MEMS Technologies and Applications – Wang and Soper (Eds).pdf
Biomimetics – Biologically Inspired Technologies – Yoseph Bar Cohen.pdf
Build a Remote Controlled Robot – David R Shircliff.pdf
Build A Remote-Controlled Robot (Malestrom).pdf
Build Your Own Combat Robot – Pete Miles.pdf
Cells and Robots – Milutinovic and Lima.pdf
CNC Robotics – Geoff Williams.pdf
Complex Robotic Systems – Pasquale Chiacchio & Stefano Chiaverini (Eds).pdf
Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics – Stan Gibilisco.pdf
Control of Intelligent Robotic Interfaces – Cristian Secchi.pdf
Control of Redundant Robot Manipulators – R.V. Patel and F. Shadpey.pdf
Control of Robot Manipulators in Joint Space – R. Kelly, V. Santibanez and A. Loria.pdf
Control of Single Wheel Robots – Yangsheng Xu & Yongsheng Ou.pdf
Control Problems in Robotics and Automation – B. Siciliano and K.P. Valavanis (Eds).pdf
CRC Press – Mechanical Engineering Handbook – Robotics.pdf
CRC Press – Opto-Mechatronic Systems Handbook.pdf
CRC Press – Robotics and Automation Handbook.pdf
CRC Press – The Mechatronics Handbook.pdf
Creating Cool MINDSTORMS NXT Robots – (Malestrom).pdf
Designing Mobile Autonomous Robots – John Holland.pdf
Designing Sociable Robots – Cynthia L Breazeal.pdf
Dynamic Vision for Perception and Control of Motion – Ernst D. Dickmanns.pdf
Effective Computational Geometry for Curves & Surfaces – Boissonnat & Teillaud.pdf
Efficient Collision Detection for Animation and Robotics – Ming C Lin.pdf
Electroactive Polymers for Robotic Applications – Kim & Tadokoro (Eds.).pdf
Embedded Robotics – Thomas Braunl.pdf
Environment Learning for Indoor Mobile Robots – Andrade Cetto & Sanfeliu.pdf
Field and Service Robotics – Corke P. and Sukkarieh S.(Eds).pdf
Field and Service Robotics- Recent Advances – Yuta S. et al (Eds).pdf
Fundamentals of Robotic Mechanical Systems – Jorge Angeles.pdf
Fundamentals of Robotics Linking Perception to Action – Ming Xie.pdf
Grippers in Motion – the Fascination of Automated Handling Tasks – Wolf.pdf
Hacking Roomba – Tod E.Kurt.pdf
Handbook of Geometric Computing – Eduardo Bayro Corrochano.pdf
Handbook of Industrial Automation – Richard L. Shell and Ernest L. Hall.pdf
Handbook of Robotics – Springer (Malestrom).pdf
Industrial Robots Programming – J. Norberto Pires.pdf
Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics I – Braz J.pdf
Innovations in Intelligent Machines 1 – Javaan Singh Chahl et al (Eds).pdf
Innovations in Robot Mobility and Control – Srikanta Patnaik et al (Eds).pdf
Intelligent Autonomous Robotics – A Robot Soccer Case Study – Peter Stone.pdf
Introduction to AI Robotics – Murphy R.R.pdf
Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots – Siegwart Nourbakhsh.pdf
Introduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control – J J Craig.djvu
Introductory Robotics – J M Selig.djvu
Introductory Robotics.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – Robotics Invention System-2 Projects.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – Building Robots.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – Dark Side Robots Transports and Creatures.pdf
LEGO MINDSTORMS – The Unofficial Guide to Robots – Jonathan B. Knudsen.pdf
LEGO Mindstorms Masterpieces – Building and Programming Advanced Robots.pdf
Machine Learning and Robot Perception – Bruno Apolloni et al (Eds).pdf
Machine Vision – David Vernon.pdf
Mechanics of Microelectromechanical Systems – N.Lobontiu and E.Garcia.pdf
Mechantronics An Introduction – Robert H Bishop.pdf
Mechatronic Servo System Control – M. Nakamura S. Goto and N. Kyura.pdf
Mechatronic Systems – Georg Pelz.pdf
Mechatronics – A Preumont.pdf
Mechatronics for Safety, Security and Dependability in a New Era – Arai and Arai.pdf
Mechatronics for the Evil Genius.pdf
MEMS Advanced Materials and Fabrication Methods – Nat. Aca. Press.pdf
MEMS and Microstructures in Aerospace Applications – Robert Osiander et al (Eds).pdf
MEMS Mechanical Sensors – Stephen Beeby.pdf
Micro Electro Mechanical System Design – James J. Allen.pdf
Microengineering MEMs and Interfacing – Danny Banks.pdf
Micromechanical Photonics – H. Ukita.pdf
Microsensors, MEMS and Smart Devices – Gardner Varadhan and Awadelkarim.pdf
Mobile Robots Inspiration to Implementation – Flynn and Jones.pdf
Modern Robotics Building Versatile Macines – Harry Henderson.pdf
Moral machines.pdf
Motion Control Handbook.pdf
Multi-Arm Cooperating Robots- Dynamics and Control – Zivanovic and Vukobratovic.pdf
Multi-Robot Systems From Swarms to Intelligent Automata – Parker et al (Eds).pdf
Nano- and Micro Eelectromechanical Systems – S.E. Lyshevski.pdf
Neural Preprocessing and Control of Reactive Walking Machines – Manoonpong.pdf
Neurotechnology for Biomimetic Robots – Joseph Ayers.pdf
PDA Robotics – Douglas H Williams.pdf
PIC Robotics – John Iovine.pdf
Practical and Experimental Robotics – Ferat Sahin & Pushkin Kachroo.djvu
Practical Artificial Intelligence Programming In Java.pdf
Principles and Applications of NanoMEMS Physics – Hector J. De Los Santos.pdf
Rapid Learning in Robotics – Jorg Walter.pdf
Recent Advances in Mechatronics – Ryszard Jabonski et al (Eds).pdf
ROBOT BUILDER'S BONANZA-v.useful for beginners and advanced robot builders.pdf
Robot Builder's Cookbook – Build and Design Your Own Robots (Malestrom).pdf
Robot Builder's Cookbook Build and Design Your Own Robots/Notice.txt
Robot Builder's Cookbook Build and Design Your Own Robots/Robot Builder's Cookbook Build and Design Your Own Robots~tqw~_darksiderg.pdf
Robot Builders Bonanza – Gordon Mccomb.pdf
Robot Builders Source Book – Gordon McComb.pdf
Robot Manipulator Control Theory and Practice – Frank L.Lewis.pdf
Robot Mechanisms And Mechanical Devices Illustrated – By P.E. Sandin (McGraw-Hill – 2003) 337s.pdf
Robot Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices Illustrated – Paul E Sandin.pdf
Robot Motion and Control – M Thoma & M Morari.pdf
Robot Motion Planning and Control – J.P. Laumond.pdf
Robot Vision – Stefan Florczyk.pdf
Robotics Demystified – Edwin Wise.pdf
Robotics, Designing the Mechanisms 2ed.pdf
Robots Androids and Animatrons – 12 Incredible Projects You Can Build (Malestrom).pdf
Robots Androids and Animatrons – John Lovine.pdf
Scientific Methods in Mobile Robotics – Ulrich Nehmzow.pdf
Sensing Intelligence Motion – How Robots & Humans Move – Vladimir J. Lumelsky.pdf
Sensor Technology Handbook – By J. Wilson (Newnes – 2005) 703p – YYePG LotB.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-01.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-02.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-03.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-04.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-05.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-06.pdf
Servo Magazine/Servo Magazine – 2007-07.pdf
Smart Material Systems and MEMS – Vijay K. Varadan.pdf
Socially Intel. Agents Creating Rels. with Comp. & Robots – Dautenhahn et al (Eds).pdf
Software Engineering for Experimental Robotics – Davide Brugali et al.pdf
Squeak Learn Programming with Robots – Stephane Ducasse.pdf
The Definitive Guide to Building Java Robots – Scott Preston.pdf
The MEMS Handbook (1st Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The MEMS Handbook Introduction & Fundamentals (2nd Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The MEMS Handbook MEMS Applications (2nd Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The MEMS Handbook MEMS Design (2nd Ed) – M. Gad el Hak.pdf
The Robot Builder's Bonanza, 2nd Ed. – (Malestrom).pdf
The Ultimate Palm Robot – Kevin Mukhar and Dave Johnson.pdf
Underwater Robots – Gianluca Antonelli.pdf
Visual Perception and Robotic Manipulation – Taylor & Kleeman.pdf
Welding Robots Technology System Issues and Applications – J Norberto Pires.pdf
Who Needs Emotions The Brain Meets the Robot – Fellous & Arbib.pdf

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Biomedical Microsystems

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Biomedical Microsystems By Ellis Meng, search results
2010 | 408 Pages | ISBN: 1420051229 | PDF | 24 MB

Biomedical Microsystems
Poised to dramatically impact human health, biomedical microsystems (bioMEMS) technologies incorporate various aspects from materials science, biology, chemistry, physics, medicine, and engineering. Reflecting the highly interdisciplinary nature of this area, covers the fundamentals of miniaturization, biomaterials, microfabrication, and nanotechnology, along with relevant applications.
Written by an active researcher who was recently named one of Technology Review’s Young Innovators Under 35, the book begins with an introduction to the benefits of miniaturization. It then introduces materials, fabrication technology, and the necessary components of all bioMEMS. The author also covers fundamental principles and building blocks, including microfluidic concepts, lab-on-a-chip systems, and sensing and detection methods. The final chapters explore several important applications of bioMEMS, such as microdialysis, catheter-based sensors, MEMS implants, neural probes, and tissue engineering.
For readers with a limited background in MEMS and bioMEMS, this book provides a practical introduction to the technology used to make these devices, the principles that govern their operation, and examples of their application. It offers a starting point for understanding advanced topics and encourages readers to begin to formulate their own ideas about the design of novel bioMEMS. A solutions manual is available for instructors who want to convert this reference to classroom use.

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Programmable Logic Controllers: Programming Methods and Applications

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Programmable Logic Controllers: Programming Methods and Applications by Frederick D. Hackworth Jr.
English | Apr 21, 2003 | ISBN: 0130607185 | 320 Pages | PDF | 6 MB
This book is designed to help readers develop a good general working knowledge of programmable controllers with concentration on relay ladder logic techniques and how PLC is connected to external components in an operating control system.

Programmable Logic Controllers: Programming Methods and Applications
The book uses real world programming problems that readers can solve on any available programmable controller or PLC simulator. Later chapters relate to more advanced subjects in machine controls making this a welcome addition to a personal technical reference library. KEY TOPCIS: The authors examine ladder diagram fundamentals, the programmable logic controller, fundamental PLC programming, advanced programming techniques, mnemonic programming code, wiring techniques, analog I/O, discrete position sensors, encoders, transducers, and advanced sensors, closed loop and PID control, motor controls, and system integrity and safety. For those involved in Electrical, Automation, Control, and Process Engineering.
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