ME350 F11 HW3 - moving pivots MUST lie on the part. If your...

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NAME:_________________________________ SECTION NUMBER:_____________________ ME350 Fall 2011 Homework #3 (50pts total) Due Thursday September 29, 2011 by 1:30pm Hand in at the beginning of Lecture 1. Refer to the diagram shown on the next page. Use the graphical method to design a four-bar linkage to move the object through the three positions shown. The moving pivots are given. The ground pivots must lie within the base. Show your work. (25 points) 2. Do the same problem using the analytical method. A duplicate diagram is given on the third page of this assignment. You do not need to use the moving pivots that are shown, but the
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Unformatted text preview: moving pivots MUST lie on the part. If your ground pivots do not lie within the base after the first attempt, carry out up to two more iterations. Do not submit more than three iterations, even if you do not achieve the desired ground pivot locations in these attempts. Draw the results of your calculations. Be sure to label your vectors (delta, W, Z, etc.) and angles (alpha, beta, etc.). Show all work including your problem formulation (dyad equation(s), knowns, unknowns, and assumed values), measured angles, and any computer code written/used. (25 points)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course ME 350 taught by Professor Kazusaitou during the Fall '11 term at University of Michigan.

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ME350 F11 HW3 - moving pivots MUST lie on the part. If your...

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