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# Exam1 - Name ME 3610 Exam 1 1(10 Matching Match 1 Number of...

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Name: ME 3610, Exam 1 Feb 12, 2010 # 1 : (10%) Matching: Match 1) Number of degrees of freedom of a link floating in plane space a) Vancouver Winter Olympics 2) Number of unique solutions for a loop equation with two unknown angles b) one 3) Mobility equal to zero c) polar 4) A place that needs snow more the Washington DC d) two 5) One link rotates fully e) ME 6) representative form of a vector that makes it multiply (rotate, stretch) f) three 7) Number of constraints provided by an f2 joint (e.g. 2 gears in contact) g) Grashof mechanism 8) Most likely to be named “Best Darn Major 2010” h) statically determinate structure 9) Springs are considered as links in kinematics T/F 10) There should be a TV show about kinematics T/F # 2: (10%) Determine the mobility of the two mechanisms below. 1

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: (15%) given r a = 3*e i* π /2 , r b = 2*e i* π /4 , r c = r a + r b , what is the magnitude and direction (in degrees) of vector r c ? 2
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## This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course ME 3610 taught by Professor Ting during the Fall '08 term at TN Tech.

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