# 364e2_ - O a 1" = 1 in/sec/sec or 1 mm = 1 mm/sec/sec...

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ME 364 - Kinematics NAME __________________________________ Spring Semester, 1999 Exam 2, 100 Points, Open Book 1. (20 Points) Determine the rotational speed of the output shaft. Is the shown direction correct? ϖ out = ___________ Is shown direction correct? YES NO 18 T 44 T 40 T 22 T Triple Worm 27 T 30 T 1800 rpm 50 tooth Output Shaft Threaded worm gear 2. (20 Points) Determine the speed and direction of the output shaft. The input shaft is rotating at a rate of 1800 rpm in the direction shown. ϖ out = _____________ Is shown direction correct? YES NO B D F Input Output C E A 30T 43T 32T 24T 30T 21T 1800 rpm

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MAE 364 - Kinematics Exam 2 - Spring 1999 Page 2 of 3 2 rad/sec Follower Cam 3. (20 Points) Determine the velocity and acceleration of the follower in the cam mechanism shown. The cam is rotating at a constant speed of 2 radians per second clockwise. The mechanism is shown full size.
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Unformatted text preview: O a 1" = 1 in/sec/sec or 1 mm = 1 mm/sec/sec O v 1" = 1 in/sec or 1 mm = 1 mm/sec V follower = _________ a follower = _________ ====== Work Here ================================================================= MAE 364 - Kinematics Exam 2 - Spring 1999 Page 3 of 3 4. (40 Points) The disk, link 2 , is rotating clockwise at a rate of 2.0 radians per second and is slowing down at the rate of 1.5 radian per second per second. Determine the angular acceleration of links 4 and 5 and the acceleration of point A . The mechanism is shown full scale. (a) α 4 = ______________ (b) α 5 = ______________ (c) a A = ______________ 2 4 A 3 5 6 O a 1"=1 in/s or 1 mm=1 mm/s 2 2 O v 1" = 1 in/sec or 1 mm = 1 mm/sec ====== Work Here =================================================================...
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364e2_ - O a 1" = 1 in/sec/sec or 1 mm = 1 mm/sec/sec...

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