mechanical eng homework 5

mechanical eng homework 5 - 3 = 15” L 4 = 19” and L 5 =...

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Homework - 4 ME 431 Homework 1. 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 or non- Grashof linkage? Answer the same questions if L 1 = 2 mm. 2. You are given two sets of links. Select 4 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. a) L 1 = 5”, L 2 = 8”, L
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Unformatted text preview: 3 = 15”, L 4 = 19”, and L 5 = 28” b) L 1 = 5”, L 2 = 2”, L 3 = 4”, L 4 = 3”, and L 5 = 2.5” 3. You have available a set of 8 links from which you are to design a 4-bar linkage. Choose the links such that the linkage can be driven by a continuous rotation motor. Sketch the linkage and identify the type of four-bar mechanism resulting. L 1 = 2”, L 2 = 3”, L 3 = 4”, L 4 = 6”, L 5 = 7”, L 6 = 9.5”, L 7 = 13”, and L 8 = 9”...
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