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### Project 2 Report - Results

Course: ME 352, Fall 2011
School: Purdue
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and Results Discussion This section presents the results obtained through the analysis described above for the geared five-bar linkage. Three different designs of the geared five-bar linkage have been considered. For case one, the radius of gear 2 is 2 inches and the radius of gear 3 is 3 inches. For case two, the radius of gear 2 is 3 inches and the radius of gear 3 is 3 inches. For case three, the radius of gear...

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