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MIE301  Chapter 4  Solutions
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Prob07 2013
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MIE 301F Problem Set #7 C P8.2* C P8.6* C P8.10* C Supplementary Problem #3* * required for submission DUE: Friday, November 29, 2013, 5:00 pm _ Additional Suggested Problems C P8.3 C P8.5 C P8.7 C P8.9 Supplementary Problem #3 The attached figure shows a

Midterm_2_2014_solutions
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Last Name: P1 (35 pts) Consider the figure On the following page. Partiallysolved velocity and acceleration polygons are provided. ' 1*! Pom! (IN7 62:262rmeW re” Cogeo d  7. EL _ '2 4r s a) Find 96 and its direction. b) Find IEHI in cm/s2 and clearly

MIE301  Midterm 2  2010
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING TERM TEST 2, NOVEMBER 17, 2010 MIE 30lF  KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES Examiner  Professor 'V.L. Cleghorn Notes:  only \witten/printed aid: aid sheet  answer all questions  durati

MIE301  Midterm 2  2012
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SURNAME: FIRST Name: Student #: Question 3 Consider the mechanism in the configuration shown below: 3.0 cm 10.0 cm (NOT TO SCALE NOT SCALE) You may use the following values (plus those indicated on the diagram) to test your solution: (+, 2# 4.0 ./; ( 3 20

MIE301_Fall2015_DesignProject
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MIE301 Design Project: Fall 2015 The MIE301 design project requires student groups of 45 students to design and analyze a machine containing mechanisms studied in the course, including linkages and optionally, gears and cams or other basic mechanisms. Th

MIE301_Fall2015_syllabus
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MIE301 H1F FALL 2015 KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering University of Toronto Course Topics Classifications of mechanisms, velocity, acceleration and force analysis, graphical and computeroriented met

L0204
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Introduction Lecture 2: Motivation 1/3/2015 MIE315 Be Proactive Engineers should consider the environmental impacts when designing products and processes (i.e. be proactive). What else should be considered? What are processes and products? 1/3/2015 MIE3

MTE301_FinalReport_Template
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DEPARTMENTOFMECHANICALANDINDUSTRIALENGINEERING, UNIVERSITYOFTORONTO ProjectName MIE301:FinalDesignReport *Date* Student1# Student2# Student3# Group# TableofContents 1. Group # 2 1 ExampleSection 1.1 Examplesubsection 2 NotesonReportFormat Maximum report l

Midterm 2_2014
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Last Name: First Name: Student #: MIE301F Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery Midterm 2 3:104:40 PM; November 17, 2014 Examiner: Prof. Eric Diller P1 / 35 P2 / 35 P3 / 30 Total / 100 Notes: Show all of your work and methods clearly to receive full credi

Test 2 MIE301F 2013
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING TERM TEST 2, NOVENIBER 15, 2013 MIE 301F  KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES Examiner  Professor W.L. Cleghom Notes: — only written/printed aid: aid sheet  answer all questions — duratio

MIE301  Problem Set 6_2015
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MIE301 Problem Set 6 Due: November 18, 2015 at noon in the dropbox outside RS208 Static Force Analysis Use the attached worksheets if you like (not required) Problem 1 (P12). Consider the clamping mechanism below in the configuration shown. Determine the

MIE301  Problem Set 4  2015_soln
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MIE301  Problem Set 4  2015
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MIE301 Problem Set 4  2015 Velocity and Acceleration Polygons Due: October 29, 2015 to the dropbox outside RS208 Problems marked (optional) will not be marked, but are suggested as preparation for the exams. From Mechanics of Machines (2nd edition): Chap

MIE301  Problem Set 5_2015
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MIE301 Problem Set 5 Due: November 11th, 2015 to dropbox outside RS208 Vector Loop Analysis The last two are optional problems (P4 and P5). P1 For the mechanism shown below (and in the configuration shown), determine the rotational speed of link 2 and the

MIE301H1_20159_641445223063MIE301  Solution for Problem Set 3 2015
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2.31 P1 P2 2.32 2.22 P3 P4 PS3P4: a) VP2,3 rP1,2 P2,3 2 3.6 cm 10 rad/s VP2,3 = rP1,3 P2,3 3 9.6 cm 3 3.6 10 3 3.75 rad/s CW 9.6 b) VD VP2,6 rP1,2 P2,6 2 4.6 cm 10 rad/s = 46 cm/s P5. Theta2 dot is changed here to 40rpm from 400 rpm, so all velocities

MIE301H1_20159_641445222995MIE301  Solution for Problem Set 2 2015
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MIE310 Problemn Set 2 Solutions 2015 Benjamin Turnbull October 7, 2015 P1 a) Link 6 will be stationary if link 5 is stationary or if link 5 is vertical. Link 5 will only stop moving if link3 stops rotating. This happens when a right angle is formed betwee

MIE301H1_20159_641445222869MIE301  Solution for Problem Set 1 2015
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MIE301 Solutions for Problem Set 1 P1. Draw a kinematic stickdiagram representation of each of the mechanisms shown in Figure P1. Label the input, output and ground links, where appropriate. Also label key features such as handles and jaws. A. Solution:

Test 2 MIE301F 2013 SOLUTIONS
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MIE301  Chapter 4  Solutions
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MIE301  Supplementary Notes  Diagrams 9
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MIE301 Supplementary Notes Lecture 9 and 10, 2014 1 MIE301 Supplementary Notes Lecture 9 and 10, 2014 2 VelocityAnalysisofMechanisms UsingVelocityPolygonMethod GeneralProcedure: 1. Drawascalediagramofthemechanism,intheconfigurationunderanalysis 2. Setupap

Prob06 2013
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MIE 301F Problem Set #6 C P5.13* C P5.14* C P5.15* C SUPPLEMENTARY PROBLEM #2* * required for submission DUE: Friday, November 8, 2013, 5:00 pm _ Additional Suggested Problems C P5.9 C P6.2 C P6.4 Supplementary Problem 2 The following information pertains

solutions 07.mie301f 2013
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solutions supp 02 mie301f 2013
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solutions supp 03 mie301f 2013
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solutions 06 mie301f 2013
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Ch13
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CONTENTS CONTENTS 428 l Theory of Machines 13 eatur tures Features 1. Introduction. Gear Trains 2. Types of Gear Trains. 3. Simple Gear Train. 4. Compound Gear Train. 5. Design of Spur Gears. 6. Reverted Gear Train. 7. Epicyclic Gear Train. 8. Velocity Ra

solutions 01
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solutions 02
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2/ l_ M/EBO/F Prob/em 5d #2  504 ({7ng5 P2.) 102.5, (a) geomelcs ér which Velochy of link 6 is Zero (/2 4, limh ,aasih'ans) I IimH' geome'l'ry 62a)  cos" @2022 /020a) = 05, (ad/5'0) =53/O 62(2) = 560° r 2") = 306.9" (b) 8e speed o

solutions 03
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