## The vibration analysis of a camfollower mechanism having two degrees of freedom |

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absolute values acceleration coefficient amplitude ratio analog computor Appendix cam analysis cam profile cam rise cam-follower mechanism chapter characteristics Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory Cornell University cycloidal base curve damping decreases degree of freedom Eiss elastic deflection ENVELOPE OF RA Equation 3-1 Equations 5-8 equilibrium position example factor Figure 14 finite follower mechanism forcing function ground spring higher natural frequencies infinity inverse transform Laplace Transform linear lower natural frequency mass maximum values Mercer minimum vibration response Modified Trapezoid Acceleration multiply Equation natural frequency equations obtained parabolic PARAMETER CHANGES partial fractions periodic terms plotted real translation theorem reduced Reduction of 2-D.F. residual vibration curves respectively response equations rigid shown in Figure solution solve for Kg speed spring constant stiffness T/Ti T/Tj T/Tjj Table terms of Equations transform of Equation trigonometric function trigonometric identities trigonometric terms uniform acceleration pulse uniform and sine values of T/T varies vibration amplitude vibration analysis