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ME 375 – Spring 2010 Concluding Discussion on Modeling of Mechanical Systems 1. What is the interrelationship between sign conventions and kinetics in deriving EOMs? 2. What is the interrelationship between sign conventions and kinematics in deriving EOMs? k x A A B x B A B k x A A B x B A B x + θ + x + + O O no slip no slip
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2 me 375 - cmk 3. What do I need to remember about parallel connections of springs (or dashpots)? 4. What do I need to remember about series connections of springs (or dashpots)? k 1 F F k 2 k 3 k 4 k 1 F k 2 k 3 k 4 F
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3 me 375 - cmk 5. On what do I need to focus when using Euler’s equations for rigid bodies?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Why do we need to linearize EOMs and how do I do it? x + θ + O O O L + O O F = constant 4 me 375 - cmk 7. How do I determine the number of DOFs of a system and how does this influence the number EOMs needed for the system? 8. What is the significance about measuring displacements from the static equilibrium state s vs. measuring displacements from the unstretched states ? 9. What do I need to remember about the kinematics of gearing system? k 2k x + g ! 1 2 R 2 R 1...
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