kin_test_2_05

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Unformatted text preview: /s 2 1 11. Disk 3, with center B, rolls on Link 2 without slip. What is the direction of the acceleration of point B with respect to an observer at A, which is attached to Link 2? (a) In the direction parallel to AB 3 • (b) In the direction perpendicular to AB B ω2 (c) In the direction parallel to Link 2 A (d) In the direction perpendicular to Link 2 2 1 Circle your answer (e) At infinity, perpendicular to the ground 12. Points A and B are attached to a rigid body. Which one of the following cases is impossible? Answer: Case ___________ aA aA A aB A aB B B Case (b) Case (a) aA aB A A aA aB B B Case (c) 4 Case (d) 13. Link 2 rotates with angular velocity ω 2 = 1 rad/s as shown in the figure. Slider 3 slides on link 4. Draw a velocity diagram for pin A and determine form it the angular velocity of link 4. 4 A 3 2 ω2 = 1 rad/s 4 O2 O4 1 1 14. Link 2 rotates with constant angular velocity ω 2 = 1 rad/s as shown in the figure. Slider 3 slides on link 4. Draw an acceleration diagram for pin A and determine form it the angular acceleration of link 4. (You may use some of the quantities obtained in Question 13) 4 A 3 2 ω2 = 1 rad/s 4 O2 O4 5 1 1 15. Disk 4 rolls on the ground without slip. Complete the velocity diagram associated with...
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