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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KANPUR Department of Mechanical Engineering ME 352 Theory of Mechanisms and Machines 2016-17-I Assignment 1 1. Draw the kinematic diagrams of the following mechanisms: (Kindly number the links with 1 as the fixed link which is the convention that we would follow largely in this course, unless we discuss about inversions.) (a) The mini-drafter used by you in the TA 101 drawing lab. Consider both the clamped and unclamped positions of the graduated scale. (b) Figure 1 shows a plier whose jaws could be moved using the adjusting screw. Draw the kinematic diagram of the same and explain how the adjustment of jaws work. Figure 1: A plier commonly used for big workpieces. (c) The V-twin engine with a master connecting rod (Fig. 2). Figure 2: A V-twin engine.
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Figure 3: A variable stroke engine.
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