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Safe mechatronic systems

Safe mechatronic systems
type: lecture / recitation
semester: WS 17/18
place:

Selmayr Hörsaal 50.38 Raum 0.22 

time: 2017-10-19
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude


2017-10-25
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2017-10-26
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-11-02
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-11-08
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2017-11-09
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-11-16
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-11-22
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2017-11-30
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-12-06
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2017-12-07
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-12-13
15:45 - 17:15 täglich
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2017-12-14
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2017-12-20
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2017-12-21
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2018-01-11
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2018-01-17
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2018-01-18
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2018-01-24
15:45 - 17:15 täglich
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2018-01-25
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2018-01-31
15:45 - 17:15
20.40 Architektur, Neuer Hörsaal (NH)
20.40 Architekturgebäude

2018-02-01
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude

2018-02-08
14:00 - 15:30 wöchentlich
10.91 Redtenbacher-Hörsaal
10.91 Maschinenbau, Altes Maschinenbaugebäude


lecturer: Dr.-Ing. Markus Golder
sws: 4
ects: 4
lv-no.: 2118077
exam:

Oral or written, depending on the number of participants

information:

Attention: The lecture is no longer held. The exam is offered for the last time in SS 19! Exam information and dates will be announced over ILIAS.

 

Notes

Die Prüfung wird letztmalig im WS 18/19 angeboten

Prerequisitesnone
BibliographyRecommendations along the lecture.
Content of teachingThis course provides in-depth knowledge on safety technology, safety-related terminology and their definitions will be discussed and distinguished from each other. Besides an introduction on relevant technical rules and standards, the emphasis will be on their application to be capable to identify and assess risks. Thus, the quantification of safety with the help of mathematical models will be studied in details. In this respect, this course will discuss and highlight the importance of the parameters Performance Level (PL) vs. Safety Integrity Level (SIL). Especially the application of PL and SIL on real-life cases will be emphasized. Furthermore, safety concepts and their possible implementation in design will be discussed as well as safety functions of mechatronic systems. In particular, safe bus systems, safe sensors, safe actuators and safe controls will be highlighted and in this respect, a differentiation between safety systems and assistance systems will be conducted. Further examples of safe mechatronic systems from the area of material handling, drive technology, control technology or even signal transmission and processing will demonstrate the safety aspects as described above and show possible implementation approaches of integrated safety in an industrial environment.
Entryrequirementsnone
AnnotationThe lecture will be held in the winter term in German language and in the summer term in English language.
WorkloadAttendance: 31.5 hours
Self-study: approx.100 hours
Target audienceStudents in the area of Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering and Industrial Engineering.
AimThe students are capable to
  • describe the general meaning of safety and safety technology
  • name and apply the technical rules and standards in the area of machine safety
  • define the term "risk" in a safety-related context
  • describe and apply the approach of risk assessment
  • distinguish and apply relevant approaches to quantify safety
  • demonstrate well-established safety concepts
  • describe safety functions and to validate them
  • name examples of different safety-related aspects
Exam description

The assessment is carried out either as oral exam (30min.) or written exam (60min.) (according to the valid examination regulation). The examinations are offered every semester. Re-examinations are offered at every ordinary examination date.

Contact Person Tommi Kivelä
Content: This course provides in-depth knowledge on safety technology, in particular safety-related terminology and their definitions will be discussed and distinguished from each other. Besides an introduction on relevant technical rules and standards, the emphasis will be on their application in order to be capable to identify and assess risks. Thus, the quantification of safety with the help of mathematical models will be studied in details. In this respect, this course will discuss and highlight the importance of the parameters Performance Level (PL) vs. Safety Integrity Level (SIL). Especially the application of PL and SIL on real-life cases will be emphasized. Furthermore, safety concepts and their possible implementation in design will be discussed as well as safety functions of mechatronic systems. In particular, safe bus systems, safe sensors, safe actuators and safe controls will be highlighted and in this respect, a differentiation between safety systems and assistance systems will be conducted. Further examples of safe mechatronic systems from the area of material handling, drive technology, control technology or even signal transmission and processing will demonstrate the safety aspects as described above and show possible implementation approaches of integrated safety in an industrial environment.
Learning objectives

The students are capable to        

  • describe the general meaning of safety and safety technology          
  • name and apply the technical rules and standards in the area of machine safety           
  • define the term „risk“ in a safety-related context          
  • describe and apply the approach of risk assessment           
  • distinguish and apply relevant approaches to quantify safety           
  • demonstrate well-established safety concepts         
  • describe safety functions and to validate them           
  • name examples of different safety-related aspects
Work load: Attendance time: 31.5 hours
Self-study: approximately 100 hours