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010 relative acceleration

  1. 1. Relative Acceleration Lecture Notes
  2. 2. The Slider-Crank Mechanism <ul><li>The slider-crank mechanism probably is used in more machines than any other mechanisms. That is why special emphasis should be given to obtaining the velocities and accelerations in this mechanism. </li></ul><ul><li>Owing to the fact that most acceleration analysis for this mechanism is made when the crank is turning uniformly, it will be assumed that the crank QA is turning in a uniform angular velocity counterclockwise. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Example 1: <ul><li>A slider-crank mechanism shown has the following dimensions. QA = 4.5 inches, AB = 14 inches. Determine the instantaneous linear acceleration of A and B. Uniform linear velocity of crank QA is 4.5 ft/sec counterclockwise. </li></ul>Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James
  4. 4. Steps on determining the acceleration polygon Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. JamesReference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James
  5. 5. Steps on determining the acceleration polygon Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. JamesReference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James
  6. 6. Steps on determining the acceleration polygon Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. JamesReference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James
  7. 7. Velocity by Resolution and Composition Method Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James
  8. 8. Acceleration Polygon Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James
  9. 9. Reference: <ul><li>Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James. © 1954 by John and Wiley and Sons, Inc. Page 97 - 98. </li></ul>Reference: Elements of Mechanism by V.L. Doughtie and W.H. James

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