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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