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Ordinary Gear Trains
Ordinary Gear Trains
1. The ordinary gear train considered in Fig. 1 has gears with the same
module m = 24 mm. Gear 1 has N1 = 22 teeth, gear 2 has N2 = 18 teeth,
gear 3 has N3 = 20 teeth, and gear 4 has N4 = 54 teeth. Gears 3 and 3
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4 Velocity and Acceleration Analysis
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Homework 7:
Velocity and Acceleration Analysis
Problem 4.7
The dimensions of the mechanism shown in Fig. P4.7 are: AB =200 mm,
AC =300 mm, CD=500 mm, DE =250 mm, and La =400 mm. The constant
angular speed of the dr
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4 Velocity and Acceleration Analysis
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Homework 6:
Velocity and Acceleration Analysis
Problem 4.5
The mechanism in Fig. P4.5 has the dimensions: AB =200 mm, AC =600 mm,
BD=1000 mm, La =150 mm, and Lb =250 mm. The driver link 1 rotates with
a constant an
Dynamic Force Analysis
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Force Analysis
Homework 11: Joint reaction forces and equilibrium moment
Problem 6.3
The mechanism in Fig. P6.3 has the dimensions: AB =200 mm, AC =600 mm,
BD=1000 mm, La =150 mm, Lb =250 mm, and EF =600 mm. The driver link
1 ro
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Dynamic Force Analysis
Homework 8: Accelerations of CM, mass moments of inertia
Problem 6.1: four-bar mechanism
The four-bar mechanism shown in Fig. P6.1 has the dimensions:
AB =CD=0.04 m and AD=BC =0.09 m. The driver link AB rotates with a
constant ang
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I.2
I.2.1
Fundamentals
Degrees of Freedom and Motion
The number of degrees of freedom (DOF) of a system is equal to the number of independent
parameters (measurements) that are needed to uniquely dene its positio
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I.1
Introduction
I.1.1
Vector Algebra
Vector Terminology
Scalars are mathematics quantities that can be fully dened by specifying their magnitude in suitable units of measure. The mass is a scalar and can be expr