## Motion Geometry of Mechanisms |

### What people are saying - Write a review

#### LibraryThing Review

User Review - KinematicsBookLover2 - LibraryThingExcellent planar mechanism book. A kinematic geometrician's feast!! Read full review

### Contents

Plagiographs | 184 |

Complete and incomplete couplermotions | 224 |

Symmetrical couplercurves | 235 |

Appendix 1 | 251 |

The relative velocities through complex numbers | 258 |

Coriolis acceleration applied | 264 |

Pathcurvature and acceleration of a point | 270 |

276 | |

### Common terms and phrases

angle angular velocity antiparallelogram attached axis of symmetry Ball point Bobillier's theorem Burmester's c-cp cardioidal centre of curvature circling-point curve cognate coincides collinear common normal complex numbers configuration connected coupler coupler-cognate coupler-curve coupler-plane coupler-point coupler-triangle crank curve-cognates cycloidal demonstrated in figure derived design-position determine dyad elliptic motion envelope equation Euler-Savary formula fixed plane fixed polode focal mechanism four-bar A0ABB0 four-bar linkage frame-link function-cognates gear-wheel geometric Hence hypocycloid inflexion inflexion-circle inflexion-point inflexion-pole instantaneous intersect inverse motion inversor kinematic chain kinematic inversion line at infinity linkage parallelogram logarithmic spiral moving curve moving plane moving polode normal circle obtain osculation circle parallel particular path-normal plagiograph polar coordinates pole-lines pole-normal pole-ray pole-tangent pole-velocity Problem radius relative motion relative pole respect rigid triangle rotation shown in figure similar source mechanism Stephenson-2 six-bar straight line straight-line mechanism stretch-rotation symmetrical tangent ternary links traced translation position turning-joints vector vehicular velocity-pole Watt's linkage wheel