DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 4-7a-1
PROBLEM 4-7a
Statement:
Given:
The link lengths and value of 2 for some fourbar linkages are defined in Table P4-1. The
linkage configuration and terminology are shown in Figure P4-1. For row a, find al
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 6-1a-1
PROBLEM 6-1a
Statement:
A ship is steaming due north at 20 knots (nautical miles per hour). A submarine is laying in wait
1/2 mile due west of the ship. The sub fires a torpedo on a course of 85 degrees
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 6-1a-1
PROBLEM 6-1a
Statement:
A ship is steaming due north at 20 knots (nautical miles per hour). A submarine is laying in wait
1/2 mile due west of the ship. The sub fires a torpedo on a course of 85 degrees
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 3-1-1
PROBLEM 3-1
Statement:
Define the following examples as path, motion, or function generation cases.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Solution:
A telescope aiming (star tracking) mechanism
A backhoe bucket control mechanis
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 4-1-1
PROBLEM 4-1
Statement:
A position vector is defined as having length equal to your height in inches (or centimeters).
The tangent of its angle is defined as your weight in lbs (or kg) divided by your age
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed
SOLUTION MANUAL 2-1-1
PROBLEM 2-1
Statement:
Find three (or other number as assigned) of the following common devices. Sketch careful
kinematic diagrams and find their total degrees of freedom.
a. An automobile hood hinge mech
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 5-1-1
PROBLEM 5-1
Statement:
Design a fourbar mechanism to give the two positions shown in Figure P3-1 of output rocker
motion with no quick-return. (See Problem 3-3).
Given:
Coordinates of the points C1, D1,
Pilot Training Simulator
ME 3310 C 16
Group 9:
Shannon Moffat
Steven Murphy
Kenneth Swanson
February 7th, 2016
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Abstract
The Air Force has requested a pilot training simulator which will give potential pilots
exposure to G-forces s
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 7-1-1
PROBLEM 7-1
Statement:
A point at a 6.5-in radius is on a body that is in pure rotation with = 100 rad/sec and a constant
= -500 rad/sec2 at point A. The rotation center is at the origin of a coordinate
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 11-1-1
PROBLEM 11-1
Statement:
Draw free body diagrams of the links in the geared fivebar linkage shown in Figure 4-11 and
write the dynamic equations to solve for all forces plus the driving torque. Assemble
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 10-1-1
PROBLEM 10-1
Statement:
Given:
The mallet shown in Figure 10-2 has the specifications given below. Find the location of its
composite CG, and its moment of inertia and radius of gyration about axis ZZ.
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTIONS MANUAL 15-1-1
PEOBLEM 15-1
Statement:
Design a double-dwell cam to meet the specifications given below. Size a return spring and
specify its preload to maintain contact between cam and follower. Calculate and plot t
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 8-1-1
PROBLEM 8-1
Statement:
Figure P8-1 shows the cam and follower from Problem 6-65. Using graphical methods, find and
sketch the equivalent fourbar linkage for this position of the cam and follower.
Solutio
Goal Statement
Design a coin-op kiddie ride with a more interesting coupler motion path to
enhance the experience for the child while maintaining safety.
Task Specifications:
The ride will have a weight limit of 200 lbs.
Must be able to use indoors and ou
Walking Robot Project
Jared Harbold
Jerrod Heiser
Andrew Cayer
Luke Bogdanovich
Problem Statement
Design a robot that is capable of walking,
turning, and traversing obstacles of up to 5
cm high through a linkages solution.
Task Specifications
Must be able
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed
SOLUTION MANUAL 2-1-1
PROBLEM 2-1
Statement:
Find three (or other number as assigned) of the following common devices. Sketch careful
kinematic diagrams and find their total degrees of freedom.
a. An automobile hood hinge mech
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 13-1-1
PROBLEM 13-1
Statement:
A slider-crank linkage has the dimensions and speed at t = 0 given below. Its initial crank angle
is zero. Calculate the piston acceleration at the time specified below. Use two
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 9-1-1
PROBLEM 9-1
Statement:
A 24-tooth gear has AGMA standard full-depth involute teeth with diametral pitch of 5. Calculate the pitch diameter, circular pitch, addendum, dedendum, tooth thickness, and cleara
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 14-1-1
PROBLEM 14-1
Statement:
Draw a crank phase diagram for a three-cylinder inline engine with a 0, 120, 240-deg crankshaft
and determine all possible firing orders for
a. Four-stroke cycle.
b. Two-stroke c
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 12-1a-1
PROBLEM 12-1a
Statement:
A system of two coplanar arms on a common shaft, as shown in Figure 12-1, is to be designed.
For row a in Table P12-1, find the shaking force of the linkage when run unbalanced
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTIONS MANUAL 16-1-1
PROBLEM 16-1
Statement:
Design a double-dwell motion to translate a slider from 0 to 75 mm in 60-deg (timing angle) with
modified sine acceleration, dwell for 120-deg, fall 75 mm in 30-deg with cycloid
DESIGN OF MACHINERY - 5th Ed.
SOLUTION MANUAL 5-1-1
PROBLEM 5-1
Statement:
Design a fourbar mechanism to give the two positions shown in Figure P3-1 of output rocker
motion with no quick-return. (See Problem 3-3).
Given:
Coordinates of the points C1, D1,
Design Process
Our design process first started with brainstorming. We knew the linkages we had (i.e the
jansen and klann) as well as the coupler paths. We then went on to create multiple ideas.
Our first drafted idea was to use the klann linkage to creat