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chapter5hwsolns_5_6-9-19 - Note that: velocities and...

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Note: Problem is solved by two methods. Direction of F43 determined by link 3, which is a 2-force member. In vector-graph method, F43 is not solved by the same method (3 forces form a closed triangle) as shown in the lecture notes. T2 is the torque required for keep the mechanism in equilibrium. –a43 and a23 are measured, proportionally. This problem has only one sub-problem to solve to get the final result.
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Unformatted text preview: Note that: velocities and accelerations are not explicitly given so that depending on your measurement unit, the result may be different from others. Inertia force F02 only causes bearing force on O2 but not affecting the input torque so that two sub-problems should be sufficient to get the final driving torque....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course MAE 3900 taught by Professor Lin during the Winter '06 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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