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Kinematics and Dynamics Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines of Machines ENGR 3270U ENGR 3270U Lecture 15 Lecture 15 Yuping He University of Ontario Institute of Technology November 10, 2008

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1.2 Three Positions with Selected Moving Pivots Coupler’s three positions are given. Other two points on the rigid body are selected as moving pivots. 6.4 Motion Generation
1.3 Example 1 Design a fourbar linkage to move the link CD shown from position to and then to position . Find the fixed pivot locations. 1 1 D C 2 2 D C 3 3 D C

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1.4 Example 2 Design a fourbar linkage to move the link CD shown from position to and then to

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Unformatted text preview: position . Use different moving pivots than CD. Find the fixed pivot locations. 1 1 D C 2 2 D C 3 3 D C 1.5 Problem 3 Design a fourbar linkage to move the object through the three positions shown using points A and B for attachment. Add a driver dyad to limit its motion to the range of positions designed making it a sixbar. All fixed pivots should be on the base. 1.6 • Synthesis of a Crank with Chosen Fixed Pivots 1.7 1.8 • Synthesis of a Crank with Chosen Fixed Pivots Synthesis of a crank with a selected fixed pivot. Example 4: 1.9 1.10...
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