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EXERCISE PROBLEMS1 - SUPPLEMENTAL EXERCISE PROBLEMS for Textbook Kinematics Dynamics and Design of Machinery by K J Waldron and G L Kinzel 1996-97

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SUPPLEMENTAL EXERCISE PROBLEMS for Textbook Kinematics, Dynamics, and Design of Machinery by K. J. Waldron and G. L. Kinzel ©1996-97 by K. Waldron and G. Kinzel Department of Mechanical Engineering
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- 1 - Supplemental Exercise Problems for Kinematics, Dynamics, and Design of Machinery by K. J. Waldron and G. L. Kinzel Supplemental Exercise Problems for Chapter 1 Problem S1.1 What are the number of members, number of joints, and mobility of each of the planar linkages shown below? (a) (b) (c) AAA AAAA AAAA AA A A A A A A A Problem S1.2 Determine the mobility and the number of idle degrees of freedom of each of the planar linkages shown below. Show the equations used to determine your answers. (a) (b) (c)
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- 2 - Problem S1.3 Determine the mobility and the number of idle degrees of freedom of the linkages shown below. Show the equations used to determine your answers. (a) (b) Problem S1.4 Determine the mobility and the number of idle degrees of freedom associated with the mechanism. Show the equations used to determine your answers. 2 3 4 Problem S1.5 If the link lengths of a four-bar linkage are L 1 = 1 mm, L 2 = 3 mm, L 3 = 4 mm, and L 4 = 5 mm and link 1 is fixed, what type of four-bar linkage is it? Also, is the linkage a Grashof type 1 or 2 linkage? Answer the same questions if L 1 = 2 mm. Problem S1.6 You are given two sets of links. Select four links from each set such that the coupler can rotate fully with respect to the others. Sketch the linkage and identify the type of four-bar mechanism.
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EXERCISE PROBLEMS1 - SUPPLEMENTAL EXERCISE PROBLEMS for Textbook Kinematics Dynamics and Design of Machinery by K J Waldron and G L Kinzel 1996-97

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