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### P0366

Course: ME 317, Fall 2009
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OF DESIGN MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-66-1 PROBLEM 3-66 Statement: Design a fourbar mechanism to give the three positions shown in Figure P3-18 using the fixed pivots O2 and O4 shown. (See Example 3-7.) Build a cardboard model and add a driver dyad to limit its motion to the range of positions designed, making it a sixbar. See Figure P3-18 and Mathcad file P0366. Length of link 5: L5 4.000 Length of link 2b:...

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