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When kinematic synthesis and analysis have been used to define a geometry and set of
motions for a particular design task, it is logical and convenient to then use a kinetostatic, or inverse dynamics, solution to determine the forces and
When designing machinery, we must first do a complete kinematic analysis of our
design, as described in Part I of this text, in order to obtain information about the accelerations of the moving parts. We next want to use Newton's second law to calculate t
Date : November08, 2012
Time : 08:15 am
Duration: 90 Minutes
The pendulum in Fig. P1 consists of a 3-kg slender rod and a 5-kg thin plate.
Determine the location of the center of mass G of the pendulum.
Date : December 19, 2012
Time : 13:30
Duration: 60 Minutes
Maximum: 6 Points
The pendulum in Fig. P1 is suspended from point O and consists of two thin rods,
each having a weight of 5kg. Determine the pendulums moment