ELE 700/800, COE 700/800, BME 700/800 Design Project

This course provides the student with a significant experience in self-directed learning. Project topics are provided from which the students select a topic. The topic selection information search, designs and component sourcing are completed as part of the Fall term course. The student individually or in a group, where the topic is a group project, will research the topic, design, implement and make operational a design of currency in the fields of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Professional guidance is provided by faculty on a weekly basis in the laboratory. The completed project must be demonstrated operational by the last week of the term. A final bound project report that conforms to professional guidelines is required. The students must demonstrate their working project at an Open House in April.


Labs: ENG 306, ENG 307

Engineering Support: Jim Koch ENG418 ex 6118


General information:

Safety Note: Scope Ground and Power circuits.

  • When measuring the outputs of a power circuit (IGBT module, motor driver circuit, H bridge etc.) on an oscilloscope one should always use a differential scope probe. The ground of the scope is connected to earth ground, which means it is also connected to the ground of the Function Generator's outputs and the serial/USB/printer cable of the PC, and any device that you plug in that has a 3 pin grounded line cord (eg. your laptop), that is connected to your circuit. Placing the ground of a regular scope probe in the circuit any where other than ground causes a short circuit which will damage the test equipment and your circuit. Differential scope probes are available for loan from my office ENG418.

EDP lists:

EDP project reports from 2013 and back can be found on the 8th floor of the library. Reports from 2014 and on are in soft copy format and will be available for viewing some time in the future.

GENERAL LAB RULES

The following rules apply to all labs:

Further lab safety information can be found at: https://www.ee.ryerson.ca/guides/labsafety/