DYNAMICS
4600:203-801 PRACTICE EXAM I
SPRING, 2015
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1. (25pts) The catapult is used to launch a ball such that it strikes the wall of the
building at the maximum height of its trajectory. If it takes 1.5 s to travel from A to B,
determine the v
DYNAMICS
4600:203-801 PRACTICE FINAL EXAM
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1. (20 pts) The fireman standing on the ladder directs the flow of water
from his hose to the fire at B. Determine the velocity of the water at A if
it is observed that the hose is held at
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4600:203-801 PRACTICE EXAM II NAME _
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1. (25 pts) The spring has a stiffness k = 50 lb/ft and an unstretched length
of 2 ft. As shown in the figure below, it is confined by the plate and wall
using cables so that its length is l
DYNAMICS
4600:203-801 PRACTICE EXAM III NAME _
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1. (25 pts) The blade on the horizontal-axis windmill is turning with an
angular velocity of
= 2 rad/s. Determine the distance point P on the
tip of the blade has traveled if the blade attai
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Prob" 1 (10 points) All dimensions are known in mm. link 4 (Link DCF 's rotating CCW with an angular
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velocity of 6 rad/s. Find (1) the angular
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Perform a position analysis of the four-bar linkage illustrated in Fig. 2.25 by ﬁnding 93 and
84 for the two positions shown.
Figure 2.25 Example 2.6. Crank-and-rocker linkage illustrated in two different input positions.
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Measurement Errors and Uncertainty Analysis
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Introduction
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Vibration Measurement
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