413_Dynamics 11ed Manual

413_Dynamics 11ed Manual - CD . The end of this shaft is...

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Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics Chapter 16 tangential and normal components of acceleration of the spindle EF at time t after starting from rest. Given: r A 10 mm = r B 40 mm = r E 15 mm = A 40 rad s 4 = B 6s 2 = t 2s = Solution: ω A At 3 Bt + () = B r A r B A = α A A 3 t 2 B + () = B r A r B A = v B r E = v 3.00 m s = a t B r E = a t 2.70 m s 2 = a n B 2 r E = a n 600.00 m s 2 = Problem 16-25 For a short time the motor of the random-orbit sander drives the gear A with an angular velocity A = k θ 2 . This gear is connected to gear B , which is fixed connected to the shaft
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Unformatted text preview: CD . The end of this shaft is connected to the eccentric spindle EF and pad P , which causes the pad to orbit around shaft CD at a radius r E . Determine the magnitudes of the velocity and the tangential and normal components of acceleration of the spindle EF when = 1 starting from rest. Units Used: rev 2 rad = 411...
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