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The Current Dominant Trends in Automotive
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Title of CS#2:
Analysis of the Critical Design Principles Applied to
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Case Study #1 Topic:
Analyze, Compare, and Discuss the Various Concurrent
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Competing Projects: Airbus
Solutions to Chapter 15 Exercise Problems
Problem 15.1
The figure below shows a system with two weights, WA and WB, which have been found to balance
a system of weights (not shown) on the shaft. The w
Solutions to Chapter 14 Exercise Problems
Problem 14.1
The fourwheeled vehicle shown slides down a steep slope with its rear wheels locked (not
moving relative to the body) and its front wheels rolli
Solutions to Chapter 12 Exercise Problems
Problem 12.1
Find the angular velocity of gear 8 if the angular velocity of gear 2 is 800 rpm in the direction
shown.
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Solutions to Chapter 13 Exercise Problems
Problem 13.1
In the mechanism shown, sketch a freebody diagram of each link, and determine the force P that
is necessary for equilibrium if T 12=90 Nm and =
Solutions to Chapter 11 Exercise Problems
Problem 11.1
Two helical gears are cut with a spur gear hob that has a diametral pitch of 4 and a pressure angle of
20. The pinion has 15 teeth, the gear has
Solutions to Chapter 5 Exercise Problems
Problem 5.1 For the mechanism shown, do the following: a) Write the vector equation of the above linkage. b) Write the x and y displacement equations. c) Find
Solutions to Chapter 6 Exercise Problems Problem 6.1: Design a double rocker, fourbar linkage so that the base link is 2in and the output rocker is 1in long. The input link turns counterclockwise 6
Solutions to Chapter 7 Exercise Problems
Problem 7.1 A coupler curve has the approximate straightline section shown in the figure below. Design a fourbar linkage that will generate the portion of th
Solutions to Chapter 10 Exercise Problems
Problem 10.1
Two spur gears have a diametral pitch of 6. Gear 2 has 24 teeth, and gear 3 has 48. The working
pressure angle is 20, and both gears are standard
Solutions to Chapter 9 Exercise Problems
Problem 9.1
For the information given, find the velocity of point C. Show all equations used with terms
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Solutions to Chapter 1 Exercise Problems
Problem 1.1 Find a mechanism as an isolated device or in a machine and make a realistic sketch of the mechanism. Then make a freehand sketch of the kinematic s
Solutions to Chapter 3 Exercise Problems Problem 3.1 In the figure below, points A and C have the same horizontal coordinate, and 3 = 30 rad/s. Draw and dimension the velocity polygon. Identify the sl
Solutions to Chapter 2 Exercise Problems Problem 2.1 In the mechanism shown below, link 2 is rotating CCW at the rate of 2 rad/s (constant). In the position shown, link 2 is horizontal and link 4 is v
Problem 2.21 Link 2 of the linkage shown in the figure has an angular velocity of 10 rad/s CCW. Find the angular velocity of link 6 and the velocities of points B, C, and D.
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Solutions to Chapter 4 Exercise Problems Problem 4.1 Locate all of the instant centers in the mechanism shown below.
A 30 AB = 1.5" 2 63 B 3 1 4
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