Analysis of a Double Pendulum
HW 4: Machine Dynamics, M.W. Keller
Kinematic Description of Motion
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Position of Mass Centers as a Function of 1 and 2
x1@1_,
y1@1_,
x2@1_,
y2@1_,
L1_D := L1 2 * Sin@1D
L1_D := - L1 2 * Cos@1D
2_, L1_, L2_D := L1 * Sin@1D
Exam II - Practice
ME 4024: Machine Dynamics
Spring 2015
ME 4024: Machine Dynamics
Exam II - Practice
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1. The uniform disk of radius R and thickness t is attached to the thin shaft of radius r, length L,
and negligible mass. The end A of the sh
Exam I
ME2023: Introduction to Dynamics
Fall 2015
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Each student is allowed an 8.5 5.5 inch equation sheet.
Complete ALL problems.
Bold is used to denote vector quantities.
calculators without an internet connection may be used.
Test contains 5 sho