1Crank_Rocker - Crank Crank Rocker Rocker Weidong Guo Mileta M Tomovic School of Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Estimated time

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Unformatted text preview: Crank Crank-- Rocker Rocker Weidong Guo, Mileta M Tomovic School of Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Estimated time required : ~100 min Experience level: Lower • Creating a new database file • Creating Rank-Rocker model Creating parts Creating joints (constrains) Adding motion • Simulating model • Measuring model • Editing measure plot • Exporting measure results Exporting data file Exporting video file opics Covered opics Covered roblem Description roblem Description In the rank-rocker linkage shown, driving link AB has a counterclockwise angular velocity ω 1 = 1 rad/s. the lengths of four links are l 1 =120mm, l 2 =250mm, l 3 =260mm, l 4 =300mm. This problem asks for the motion analysis of rocker CD, to determine its angular translation, angular velocity. tarting tarting MSC.ADAMS from Windows MSC.ADAMS from Windows The Welcome dialog box appears (See next slider). reating a New reating a New Model Model a. Replace the contents of the Model name text box with crank_rocker_mechanism . b. Select OK. ADAMS/View interface appears. ( See next slider) Note : MSC.ADAMS default start working direction to C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\desktop. You can select or create a new direction by click folder icon . b a DAMS Working Interface DAMS Working Interface Working Area Toolbox etting Up Work Environment etting Up Work Environment Note : Here we use defaults units. a. Select Settings/Units from the drop down menu. b. Select Units for Length, Mass, Force, Time, Angle and Frequency in Units Settings dialog box. c. Select OK . a b c Setting Up Units Setting Up Units Note : OK button and Apply button have the same functions. The difference is that by selecting OK button, the dialog box will be closed and Apply button not . a. Select Settings/Working Grid from the drop down menu. b. Set the grid size along X to 350 and Y to 250 . Note! You do not need to enter units because ADAMS/View uses the default units if you do not specify them. c. Set the grid spacing for X and Y to 10 . d. Select OK . a b c d etting Up Work Environment etting Up Work Environment Setting Up Working Grid Setting Up Working Grid a. Select Settings/Icons from the drop down menu. b. In New Size text field enter 20 . c. Select OK . a b c etting Up Work Environment etting Up Work Environment Setting Icons Setting Icons reating Model reating Model a. Click the working area. b. Press F4 key. The Coordinates window appears. c. Select link tool in Main Toolbox . d. Check Length . e. In Length text field, enter 1 20 . f. Move the cursor to (0,0,0) position and click. g. Move the cursor horizontally. When you see a link appears, click....
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2010 for the course MEC 7658h taught by Professor Madder during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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1Crank_Rocker - Crank Crank Rocker Rocker Weidong Guo Mileta M Tomovic School of Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Estimated time

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