Students form teams to research, design, and produce a prototype of an original system of their own design. These courses bring together many of the concepts that were introduced in the undergraduate curriculum. Automatic Bartending Luxury Experience was developed with the goal of providing a bartender right at home.
The Australian Woodworker — Number 70 Dec Giant road train part 1,- Making a cheval mirror,- Working in the woods of Tasmania,- Making a carved table,- Turning wood with a crystal insert. The Australian Woodworker — Number 71 Feb Ornamental turning,- Making pens,- Colonial dwarf long case clock,- Making a wooden ball race,- Giant road train part 2,- Lathe modifications that worked,- Planning to make a clock,- Carving a tri falcon shield MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 74 Jul Making a regency toilet mirror,- Bandsaws,- Cable profile sander,- Super jaws as a woodcarving centre,- Making a whee,- Arbortech mini carver,- Make your own chisels,- A duplicator for your lathe part2,- Cantilever wine bottle holder,- Carving bowls from mallee roots MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 76 Dec Finishing the curved leg table,- First steps in ornamental turning,- Turning with less,- variable speed can transform your lathe,- Mastering the hexagon,- Working with Australian hardwoods part 1,- Gifkins dovetail jig,- MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 78 Apr Choosing a saw blade,- Jigs for pens,- The wollemi pine,- 10 points in choosing a lathe,- Marquetry backgammon box,- Carving a wallaby on a box,- Making furniture from red gum,- A turners tool caddy,- MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 82 Dec Scobie dinning chair,- Making a tenoning jig,- Expand your lathe,- Make jewellery ball,- Woodturning basics turning between centres,- Surf board coffee table,- Wooden wind chimes,- A rhombus for your ricotta,- The ossie multi jig,- Working with Australian hardwoods part 7 MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 86 Aug Choosing and using router bits,- Working with Australian hardwoods part 11,- Make a wall unit part 2,- A vertical vice,- Portable stowage towel rack,- Backgammon and chess games table,- Carving a censored bull,- Push sticks MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 88 Dec Woodturning tips continue detail turning with a gouge part 2,- Transferring Timber pallets into furniture art,- Working with Australian hardwoods part 13,- Japanese spinning tops,- Demonstrators tool trolley,- Make a office desk part 1,- Turning a tea set MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 89 Feb Maintaining a hand saw,- Woodturning tips continue detail turning with a gouge part 2,- Working with Australian hardwoods part 13,- A spun Spurtle,- ,- Make a office desk part 2,- Australian spinning tops,- Carving drawer handles,- Carving a bilby,- Fold away bench MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 91 Jun Woodturning tips small gouge size flute design,- Photographing your woodwork,- Finishing furniture,- Woodturners finishes,- A platypus plate,- Make doll rattles on a lathe,- Making a bed MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 92 Aug Woodturning tips,- Pyrography tools,- Make your own solar kiln,- A bed side table,- Make a tiny vase,- Messing about in boats part 2,- Laminated red gum bowl,- Wooden chopper toy,- Jarrah chopping block,- Duel function extension table MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 94 Dec Japanese woodturning,- Transforming hardwood sleepers into a cot,- Making a book unit,- Router practice makes perfect,- Housing jigs,- Carving a walking stick,- Spindle turned watering spout,- Straight forwarded curved boxes MB The Australian Woodworker — Number 95 Feb Using arbortech finishing kit,- Home made dust mask design,- Know your machine,- Using photographs to produce drawings for carving,- making a nest of tables,- Simpler tenoning jig,- Calabash bowl,- Threading made easy MB The Australian Woodworker— Number Dec The compass plane,- The centreprise circles on a bandsaw,- Water blasting burls,- Hardwood fielding plane,- Drawer planing Jig,- Making a rocking chair part 1,- Carving an echidna,- Making a meaty mallet,- Turning timber lids for jars MB The Australian Woodworker — Number Feb Fine box making,- Stick furniture joint work,- Baby change table,- Upholstering a chair,- Turning with Video heads lathe jaws securing plates ,- Frilled dragon cameo carving,- Federation timber gate,- Making a rocking chair part 2,- Boxes with run-around grain MB The Australian Woodworker — Number Feb Woodcarving you can do it,- Cramping can be effective,- Choosing Japanese tools for your workshop,- Kids in the workshop,- Machined figurine,- Buying your first scrollsaw,- Turning a wine cooler,- Carving calligraphy letters ,- Make your own rose engine part 1,- Curved front table part 2,- Technical sketching part 6,- Woodturning tips,- Hand made replacement parts MB Vac clamp,- User report: The Australian Woodworker — Number Apr Dust extraction,- Plywood ducts for dust extraction,- Torso carving,- Ancient Egyptian woodworking,- Woodcut Tru-Grind tool sharpening system,- Turning a replicated wine goblet,- Turn a rustic urn from peppercorn tree,- Pivoting jaw to suit the triton superjaws,- Bevel cutting on the scroll saw,- Router attachment for the lathe,- Turning a segmented lamp base,- Rattles baby MB Woodturning Symposium,- User Report.FOR ROTARY INVERTED PENDULUM QUANSER REAL-TIME EXPERIMENT Cosmin Ionete University of Craiova, Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics AND LINEAR MODEL The Rotary Inverted Pendulum 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An inverted pendulum is a pendulum that has its center of mass above its pivot point.
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