Homework Solution - S+L < P+Q where S = 14, L =...

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ME350 F07 HW #2 Solution 2.
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4. For (a) M=6(L-1)-5J 1 -4J 2 -3J 3 -2J 4 -J 5 L=4 J 1 =2 J 2 =1 J 3 =1 Therefore, M=6(4-1)-5(2)-4(1)-3(1) = 1 For (b) M=6(L-1)-5J 1 -4J 2 -3J 3 -2J 4 -J 5 L=4 J 1 =1 J 2 =3 Therefore, M=6(4-1)-5(1)-4(3) = 1 5. The inversion is #1 where the slider (pistons) translates. The crank has a fixed length inside of the engine and as the cylinders rotate around in the engine, the pistons move in and out. Therefore, the pistons are translating in a linear motion up and down through the cylinder. Some students may have type II, which also is accepted.
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6. Type 1 Kinematic Chain or Grashof crank rocker.
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Unformatted text preview: S+L < P+Q where S = 14, L = 80, P = 79.901, Q = 51.26 7 . a) Piston compression piston moves up and down to compress air b) Gear compression air passes through the gear to be compressed c) Scroll compressor two vanes move in conjunction with each other. d) Rotary screw compressor turbo in a car e) Axial flow compressor turbine engine f) Centrifugal compressor water pump g) Diagonal or mixed-flow compressors h) Membrane compressor Other solutions work here as well...
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Homework Solution - S+L < P+Q where S = 14, L =...

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