Mechanism Design: The Practical Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
Hardbound. Mechanism Design is written for mechanical engineers working in industry or, after some practical experience, following a post-graduate course of study. It is unique among modern books on mechanisms in its choice and treatment of topics and in its emphasis on design techniques that can be used within the time and cost constraints that actually occur in industry.This Second Edition contains much new material and reflects the far-reaching developments that have taken place in machine design and new computational methods since the book's first publication in 1982.
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Notes to Chapter 1
Some Additional Design Techniques for the 4Bar Linkage
PointPath Motion the SliderCrank Mechanism and
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4-bar linkage acceleration analysis angular acceleration angular velocity applied approximate basic ratio Burmester calculate called cam mechanism central shaft centre of curvature centre point centre-point curve Chapter circle point circular arc circumcircle co-ordinates collineation axis connected connecting-rod consider construction crank angle differential differential mechanisms draw a line driving epicyclic gearing equation example figure fixed link fixed pivot force formula frame gear-train gears give given Hence higher pairs inflexion circle input intersection inversion kinematic chain kinematic pairs kinetostatic load locate lower pairs mechanism Fig mechanism shown method motion moving link moving point Newton's third law obtain output link path perpendicular personal computers piston pivot centres point of contact pole tangent pole triangle pole velocity problem right-hand rocker rotation shown in Fig simulator slider slider-crank mechanism solve specified speed stationary curvature straight line sub-assemblies subroutines synthesis theorem three positions torque transmission ratio vector