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The wheel aA i v A = vA i and acceleration a A = aA i , and the center of the wheel has velocity vC = vC i
and acceleration aC = aC i , determine the velocity and acceleration of point B. Find: Determine the velocity and acceleration of point B. y
r B C
aA Use the following parameters in your analysis: r = 0.5 m, vA = 5 m/s, vC = -10 m/s, aA = -8 m/s2
and aC = -6 m/s2 . Use the following: r = 2 ft , vA = 10 ft / sec , vC = !5 ft / sec , aA = !10 ft / sec 2 and
aC = !6 ft / sec 2 . II-6 Chapter II: Planar Rigid Body Kinematics Homework
Planar Kinematics Homework Problems ME 274 Homework 2.A.4 P The sliding
Given: roblem II-9 collar moves horizontally along the shaft producing an oscillation in AB. At
the instant shown, AB and BC are horizontal and vertical, respectively, and the velocity of C is
The sliding collar moves C moves to along the
not changing (vC is constant) ashorizontally the right. shaft producing an oscillation in AB. If,
at the instant shown, AB and BC are horizontal and vertical, respectively, and the velocity
f C is not changing ( vC = cons ant )
Find: oDetermine the angular acceleration tof AB.as C moves to the right, find the angular
acceleration of AB. A r B L C vC
Use the following: L = 0.6 m , r = 0.8 m and vC = 25 m / sec .
Use the following parameters in your analysis: L = 2 ft, r = 1.5 ft and vC = 40 ft/s. atics Homework Problems II-20 ME 274 Chapter II: Planar Rigid Body Kinematics Homework II-7 Homework BD and
ism is made up of links AB,2.A.5 DE. At the instant shown, links AB and
rtical, and link BD is horizontal. For this position:
Given: A mechanism is made up of links AB, BD and DE. At the instant shown, links AB and termine the angular velocities of links AB and horizontal. your answers as
DE are vertical, and link BD is
ctors. Find: For this position:
termine the angular accelerations of links AB and BD. Write your answers as
ctors. • Determine the angular velocities of links AB and BD. Write your answers as vectors....
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