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# Lecture04_ME343F09 - ME343-Dynamics of Machinery Position...

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ME343-Dynamics of Machinery - Position and Displacement Analysis - Intro to Mechanism Design Sept. 28 nd , 2009

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Midterm #1 Next week in class. (6 problems) Similar to the HW Closed Book & Notebook 1 page (8.5”X 11”) 1 sided note sheet Office Hours (This week only) Tuesday 11-12 / 4-5 No office hours on Thursday
Midterm # 1 Kinematic Diagrams Vector addition / subtraction Mechanism displacement In line / off set crank slider mechanism 4 bar linkages

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Objectives of “Position & Displacement Analysis” Define position and displacement of a point. Graphically and analytically determine the position of all links in a mechanism as the driver links are displaced. Graphically and analytically determine the limiting positions of a mechanism. Graphically and analytically determine the position of all links for an entire cycle of mechanism motion.
LIMITING POSITIONS The configuration of a mechanism that places one of follower links in an extreme location is called a limiting position. Two limiting positions are common. The displacement of the follower link from one limiting position to the other defines “ Stroke (Linear or Angular Displacement) ” of the follower. Limiting positions

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LIMITING POSITIONS: Graphical Analysis Solution Draw a Kinematic Diagram.
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