Homework - 4. Calculate the mobility of the 2D linkages in...

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ME350 W10 HW #1 (Due Jan 21, Thu) Office hour at CSE Atrium Tues 4-6pm (Jason), Wed 12:30-1:30pm (Andrew), Wed 4-6pm (Dan), Wed 6-7pm (Andrew) 1. Mechanisms are everywhere. You’re surrounded! Find examples of: 4 four-bars 1 six-bar 1 cam 1 gear 1 powerscrew 1 bearing 1 freebie (meaning you can find a mechanism of your choice—one you’re dying to share) 2. Make the kinematic sketches, define the types of all the links and joints, and determine the mobility of the mechanisms shown in Figure P2-3. 3. Figure P2-21d (p. 94) shows a log transporter. Draw a kinematic diagram of the mechanism, specify the number of links and joints, and then determine its mobility: For the transporter wheels locked and no log in the claw. For the transporter wheels locked with it lifting a log. For the transporter moving a log to a destination in a straight line.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Calculate the mobility of the 2D linkages in Figure P2-1 (a)-(e) 5. Calculate the mobility of the 3D linkages below. (a) (b) 6. The rotary internal combustion engine in WWI is which type of inversion? Explain the motion of the engine and match this mechanism to an inversion of the slide-crank mechanism discussed in the class. 7. Find the mobility, the Grashof condition of the oil field pump shown in Figure P2-18 (p. 92). 8. Find at least six different configurations of the pump/compressor mechanism. (How to generate the high pressure air?) 9. Introduction about Yourself. In a separate page, lets know more about you, including your background, your future plan both short term and long term, your expectations for this class, how can do to help you to reach these expectations....
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2010 for the course MECHENG 350 taught by Professor Shih during the Winter '10 term at University of Michigan.

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