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Table Of Contents

Nature of the Machine-Problem
General Solution of the Machine-Problem
Preliminary Remarks
RELATIVE MOTION IN A PLANE. 57
Relative Motion in a Plane
Centroids; Cylindric Rolling
THE DETERMINATION OF CENTROIDS. 65
The Determination of Centroids
Eeduction of Centroids
Rotation about a Point
TWISTING AND ROLLING OF RULED SURFACES. 79
Twisting and Rolling of Ruled Surfaces
Different Forms of Pairs of Elements
The Determination of Closed Pairs
Motion in Closed Pairs
The necessary and sufficient Restraint of Elements
THE HIGHER PAIRS OF ELEMENTS. 115
The Higher Pairs of Elements
FIGURES OF CONSTANT BREADTH. 129
Curve-triangle
Second Method. Auxiliary Centroids
Fourth Method. Point-paths of Elements used as
Closure of Pairs of Elements by Sensible Forces
Plectional Kinematic Elements
Closure of a Pair of Elements by a Kinematic Chain
Complete Kinematic Closure of the Flectional Elements
Passage of the Dead Points by Chain-closure
Closure of Kinematic Chains by Pairs of Elements
The Origin and Early Growth of Machines
The growth of Modern Machinery
The Present Tendency of Machine Development
Necessity for a Kinematic Notation
Symbols of Relation
The Problems of Kinematic Analysis
Anti-parallel Cranks
The Isosceles Crank-train
The Cylindric Slider-crank Chain (C^)
The Isosceles Slider-crank Chain
Expansion of Elements in the Slider-crank Chain
The Normal Double Slider-Crank Chain. (
Reduction of a Kinematic Chain
Chaining of Crank Mechanisms with Pressure- organs
Chamber-crank Trains from the Lever-crank
Chamber-crank Trains from the Double crank
Chamber Trains from Conic Crank Mechanisms
Chamber-gear from the Conic Turning Cross-block
The Pappenheim Chamber-wheels
Fabry's Ventilator
Payton's Water Meter
Evrard's Chamber-wheel Gear
Dart's or Behrens' Chamber-wheel Gear
Eve's Chamber-wheel Gear
Revillion's Chamber-wheel Gear
Other Simple Chamber-wheel Trains
Compound Chamber-wheel Gear
Screws and Screwed Joints
Eivets and Riveting, Forced or Strained Joints
Friction-wheels; Belt and Rope-gearing
Toothed-wheels, Chain-wheels
Crossheads and Guides
Reversed Motion in Free Click-trains
Engaging and Disengaging Gear
Springs as Constructive Elements
Kinematic Nature of the Tool
Kinematic Nature of the Complete Machine
PRIME-MOVERS AND DIRECT-ACTORS. 505
Examples of the Descriptive Analysis of Complete Machines
General Nature of Kinematic Synthesis
Diagram of the Synthetic Processes
Synthesis of the Lower Pairs of Elements
The Simpler Higher Pairs
Synthesis of Toothed-wheel Pairs
Pairs of Elements containing Tension-organs
Pairs of Elements containing Pressure-Organs
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Kinema Tics of Mach 00 Re Ulrich

Kinema Tics of Mach 00 Re Ulrich

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