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TOPIC/PROBLEM

SECT TOPIC 3.2 3.3 3.4 Limiting Conditions Dimensional Synthesis Two-Position Synthesis Three-Position with Specified Moving Pivots Three-Position with Specified Fixed Pivots 3.5 Quick-Return Mechanisms Fourbar Quick-Return Sixbar Quick-Return 3.6 3.7 Coupler Curves Cognates Parallel Motion Geared Fivebar Cognates of the Fourbar 3.8 3.9 Straight-Line Mechanisms Dwell Mechanisms Single Dwell Linkages Double Dwell Linkages 3-12,3-72, 3-73, 3-74 3-13, 3-26, 3-27 3-7,3-67, 3-68, 3-69 3-8, 3-9, 3-70, 3-71 3-15, 3-33, 3-34, 3-35 3-10,3-16, 3-24, 3-29, 3-30, 3-37, 3-40, 3-43, 3-45 3-17,3-18,3-21,3-28 3-11,3-25,3-38, 3-41,3-44 3-19,3-31,3-32 3-2, 3-3, 3-4, 3-20, 3-46, 3-47, 3-49, 3-50, 3-52, 3-53, 3-55, 3-56, 3-59, 3-60, 3-63, 3-64 3-5,3-48,3-51,3-54,3-57,3-61,3-65 3-6,3-58, 3-62, 3-66 Function, Path, and Motion Generation 3-1 3-14,3-22, 3-23, 3-36, 3-39, 3-42

MATRIX

PROBLEMS

DESIGN OF MACHINERY

SOLUTION MANUAL 3-1-1

.PS PROBLEM

Statement:

3-1 Defme the following examples as path, motion, or function generation cases. a. b. c. d. e. A telescope aiming (star tracking) mechanism A backhoe bucket control mechanism A thermostat adjusting mechanism A computer printing head moving mechanism An XY plotter pen control mechanism

Solution:

a. b. c. d. e.

See Mathcad file P030 1.

Path generation. A star follows a 2D path in the sky. Motion generation. To dig a trench, say, the position and orientation of the bucket must be controlled. Function generation. The output is some desired function of the input over some range of the input Path generation. The head must be at some point on a path. Path generation. The pen follows a straight line from point to point.

DESIGN OF MACHINERY

SOLUTION

MANUAL

3-2-1

_g PROBLEM 3-2

Statement:

Design a fourbar Grashof crank-rocker for 90 deg of output rocker motion with no quick return. (See Example 3-1.) Build a cardboard model and determine the toggle positions and the minimum transmission angle. Output angle 94:= 90·deg

Given:

Solution:

See Example 3-1 and Mathcad file P0302. Link lengths: Link 3 L3:= 6.000 Link 4 L4:= 2.500

Design choices:

1.

Draw the output link 04B in both extreme positions, B) and B2, in any convenient location such that the desired angle of motion 94 is subtended. In this solution, link 4 is drawn such that the two extreme positions each make an angle of 45 deg to the vertical. Draw the chord B)B2 and extend it in any convenient direction. In this solution it was extended to the left. Layout the distanceA1B) along extended line BIB2 equal to the length oflink 3. Mark the point A). Bisect the line segmentB)B2 and layout the length of that radius from pointAI along extended line BlB2• Mark the resulting point O2 and draw a circle of radius 02A 1 with center at O2, Label the other intersection of the circle and extended line B)B2' A2. Measure the length of the crank (link 2) as 001 or 002' From the graphical solution, L2:= 1.76775 Measure the length of the ground link (link 1) as 0204, From the graphical solution, LJ := 6.2550

2.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8.

Find the Grashof condition. Condition(S ,L,P,Q):= SL ~ S + L PQ~P+ Q

return "Grashof"

if

SL < PQ

return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof"

if

SL

= PQ

otherwise

7. Layout the distance AtBt along extended line BIB2 equal to the length oflink 3. Bisect the line segment BtB2 and layout the length of that radius from point a. Draw the link CD in its two desired positions. respectively.750 XA2:= 2.9469 2. From the graphical solution. draw an arc about 04 to intersect both lines 04Ct and 04C2. using the given coordinates.721 YBJ := -1.000 Link 4 L4:= 2. change the labels on points A and B in Figure P3-1 to C and D. Mark the resulting point 02 and draw a circle of radius 02AI with center at 02. Measure the length of the ground link (link 1) as Op 4. Label the other intersection of the circle and extended line BIB2. In this solution it was extended to the left. From the graphical solution. 5.065 YB2:= -0. Using the length of link 4 (design choice) as a radius. Measure the length of the crank (link 2) as O~I or 002.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-3-1 J#!S PROBLEM 3-3 Design a fourbar mechanism to give the two positions shown in Figure P3-1 of output rocker motion with no quick-return.) Build a cardboard model and determine the toggle positions and the minimum transmission angle. 6.000 Design choices: 1. L2:= 0. CtDt and C2D2. Statement: Given: XAJ:= 0.00 Solution: See Figure P3-1 and Mathcad file P0303. LJ := 5. 10. 9.281 0.751 XB2:= 5. Mark the point AI. Draw construction lines from Ct to C2 andDt toD2• Bisect line CtC2 and line DtD2 and extend their perpendicular bisectors to intersect at 04.656 YA2:= -0. 4. Label the intersections Bt and B2• Draw the chord BtB2 and extend it in any convenient direction. A2. Link length: Link 3 L3:= 5. 3. (See Example 3-2.3013 . 8.00 YAl:= XBJ:= 1. along extended line BtB2. Following the notation used in Example 3-2 and Figure 3-5.

P.L3.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-3-2 II.Q):::= SL ~ S + L PQ~P+Q return "Grashof" if SL < PQ if SL = PQ otherwise return "Special Grashof' return "non-Grashof" Condition(L2.LJ . Condition(S . Find the Grashof condition.L4) "Grashof" ::= .L.

Select a point on this line and call it O2.454 in L4:= 4.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-4-1 J!:S PROBLEM Statement: 3-4 Design a fourbar mechanism to give the two positions shown in Figure P3-1 of coup ler motion.000·in LJa:= 4. Use the link lengths in step 9 to find the Grashoff condition of the driving fourbar (it must be Grashoff and the shortest link must be link 2).0000 in Q = 2.418·in 10. In the solution below the distances O. Draw a construction line through DID2 and extend it to the left. Connect the end points of the two given positions of the line AB with construction lines.AB06 with link lengths 3. Input file P0304. Shortest link Longest link Other links S :=L2 S = 0..457 in. i.6895 in L:= LJa P:=Lj Q:= L4a L P = 4.000·in Link 3 (coupler) Link la(ground) Lj:= 4. respectively. L5 Link 4 (input) Ground link lb 5.000·in Select a point on link 4 (O¢.000 in.721·in YAIBI := 1.4br to the program FOURBAR to see the fourbar solution linkage. (Note that link 4 is now a ternary link with nodes at 04. 1.000 in.) In the solution below the distance 04D was selected to be 2. 2.000 in.457·in Link 6 (output) L6:= 4. (See Example 3-4.750·in Given: Solution: See figure below for one possible solution. Add a driver dyad.. Select one point on each bisector and label them 04 and 06.6br into program SIXBAR to see the complete sixbar with the driver dyad included. Draw a circle about 02 with a radius of one-half the length D 1D2 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as CI and C2• In the solution below the radius was measured as 0.0000 in . 7.6895·in L4a:= 2.6895 in. This resulted in a ground-link-length 0406 for the fourbar of 6. In the solution below the distance CD was selected to be 4. The fourbar stage is now defined as 0. 8. In the solution below the bisector of AIA2 was extended downward and the bisector of BIB2 was extended upward. 4. The driver fourbar is now defined as 02CD04 with link lengths Link 2 (crank) Link 4a (rocker) 6.A and 0rJ1 were each selected to be 4.mcd from the solutions manual disk to the Mathcad program for this solution. L2:= 0. and A. lines from A 1 to A2 and B) toB2..) Position 1 offsets: XAJBI := 1. = 2.) at a suitable distance from 04 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it D.) Build a cardboard model and determine the toggle positions and the minimum transmission angle. file P03-04. 9.4180 in = 4. and file P03-04. (See Example 3-3.000·in LJb:= 6. Bisect these lines and extend their perpendicular bisectors in any convenient direction.e. D.

. \ \ <. it was found that the fourbar O~B06 is non-Grashoffwith toggle positions at 92 = -71. Using the program FOURBAR and the link lengths given above.106 deg and -19.. The fourbar operates between 92 = +21.S + L PQ+-P+ Q SOLUTIONMANUAL 3-4-2 return "Grashoff" if 8L < PQ if 8L return "Special Grashof' return "non-Grashoff" Condition = "Grashoff" = PQ otherwise I I ~):< ".9 deg and +71.DESIGNOF MACHINERY Condition :» SL +. \ \ 1/ 6 / 8. ~~ '. -.5 deg. _ \ . A.. / / ~- I I / 11..I.>: \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ ..297 deg. The minimum transmission angle is 35.9 deg. -.

Draw construction lines from point C I to C2 and from point C2 to C3. L5:= 4. 3.496 Link 4 r-- 2.496 \ 2 ')l~/'// . 4. Solution: Design choices: Length oflink 5: 1.~" '~"~'''''/ . Connect 04 withDJ and call it link 4. Note that any Grashof condition is potentially acceptable in this case. Line C1D1 is link 3. Build a cardboard model and determine the toggle positions and the minimum transmission angle. The fourbar is now defined as 02CD04 and has link lengths of Ground link la Link 3 LJa:= 0./ '. 2.197 --- s\ 2. Bisect line C1C2 and line C2C3 and extend their perpendicular bisectors until they intersect.250 Length of link 4b: L4b:= 1. Check the Grashof condition. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for lines DID2 andD2D3• Label the intersection 04• Connect O2 with C1 and call it link 2.197 L4:= 3.704 L3 := 2. C~3 in the plane as shown. See Figure P3-2 and Mathcad file P0305. 3.718 Link 2 L2:= 2.375 Draw link CD in its three design positions C1Dh C2D2. (See also Example 3-5. Line 0204 is link 1 (ground link for the fourbar).DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-5-1 liS PROBLEM Statement: 3-5 Design a fourbar mechanism to give the three positions of coupler motion with no quick return shown in Figure P3-2. Add a driver dyad. 5. 6.704 7. . Label their intersection O2. .) Ignore the points O2 and 04 shown.

Draw a construction line through BIB3 and extend it up to the right. 10.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-5-2 Condition(8 .) In the solution above the distance 04B was selected to be L4b = 1. Draw a circle about 06 with a radius of one-half the length BIB3 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as Al andA3.375 .L5) = "Grashof" . Layout the length oflink 5 (design choice) along the extended line. (Note that link 4 is now a ternary link with nodes at 04.L2.230. = "Grashof" = PQ Select a point on link 4 (O~) at a suitable distance from 04 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it B.L3) 8.375 of the driving fourbar (it must be Grashoffand the 13.L4. The driver fourbar is now defined as 04BA06 with link lengths Link 6 (crank) Link 5 (coupler) Link lb (ground) Link 4b (rocker) L6 = 1.L4b. Use the link lengths in step 12 to find the Grashoffcondition shortest link must be link 6).250 LIb:= 4. In the solution below the radius was measured as L6:= 1.8 + L PQ+-P+ Q return "Grashof" if 8L < PQ if 8L otherwise return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof" Condition(LIa. C. 9. 12.L. and B. Label the other endA.230 L5 = 4.P. 11. Q):= 8L +.328 L4b = 1. Condition(L6.LIb.

Length oflink 2b: L2b:= 2.F" EzF2. in the second layout. 5. position. or reference. This defmes the relationship of the fixed pivot 04 to the coupler line CD in the second coupler position.D.D. Draw the ground link 0204 in its desired position in the plane with respect to the first coupler position C. Statement: Solution: Design choices: Length of link 5: 1. Draw construction arcs from point C2 to O2 and from point D2 to 02 whose radii define the sides of triangle C202D2• This defmes the relationship of the fixed pivot O2 to the coupler line CD in the second coupler position. 6. O2'04'. Transfer this relationship back to the first coupler position C. which is used to fmd the points G and H.D[. . See Figure P3-2 and Mathcad file P0306.000 Draw link CD in its three design positions C. 2. C2D2. 3. C3D3in the plane as shown. The three inverted positions of the ground link that correspond to the three desired coupler positions are labeled 0204. Add a driver dyad. 7. Build a cardboard model and determine the toggle positions and the minimum transmission angle. and O2''04'' in the first layout below and are renamed E. Draw construction arcs from point C2 to 04 and from point D2 to 04 whose radii define the sides of triangle C20~2. 4.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-6-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-6 Design a fourbar mechanism to give the three positions shown in Figure P3-2 using the fixed pivots O2 and 04 shown.. so that the ground plane position O2'04' bears the same relationship to C. as 0204 bore to the second coupler position C2D2• Repeat the process for the third coupler position and transfer the third relative ground link position to the first.D. and E~3' respectively.

. 9. Condition(S . Repeat steps 2 and 3 for lines F}F2 and F2F3• Label the intersection H. 10. Connect E} with G and label it link 2. Label their intersection G. E} and FJ are the original fixed pivots O2 and 04• respectively. It now remains to add the original points CJ and D} to the coupler GH and to define the driving dyad. Check the Grashof condition. Line GH is link 3.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-6-2 8. Connect F} with H and label it link 4.L.921 \ \ 13. Line 0204 is link l a (ground link for the fourbar). Reinverting.303 L3:= 1. Q):= SL ~ S + L PQ~P+ Q return "Grashof" if SL < PQ if SL otherwise return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof" = PQ The fourbar that will provide the desired motion is now defined as a Grashof double crank in the crossed configuration.711 Link 2 Link 4 L2:= 8. Note that any Grashof condition is potentially acceptable in this case. 11. 12.597 L4:= 7. Draw construction lines from point E} to E2 and from point E2 to E3. Bisect line E}E2 and line E2E3 and extend their perpendicular bisectors until they intersect. P. The fourbar is now defined as 02GH04 and has link lengths of Ground link la Link 3 LJa:= 4.

L2b. Label the other endA. 18.000 19. L2b = 2. Select a point on link 2 (02G) at a suitable distance from O2 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it B. and G. Draw a construction line through BIB3 and extend it up to the right. Layout the length oflink 5 (design choice) along the extended line. Use the link lengths in step 18 to find the Grashoff condition ofthe driving fourbar (it must be Grashoff and the Condition(L6. 16.369 Link Ib (ground) Llb:= Link 2b (rocker) shortest link must be link 6). the distance 02B was selected to be L2b = 2.) In the solution below. The driver fourbar is now defined as 02BA06 with link lengths Link 6 (crank) Link 5 (coupler) L6::::: 0. Draw a circle about 06 with a radius of one-half the length BIB3 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as A I and A3• In the solution below the radius was measured as L6 := 0. B. (Note that link 2 is now a ternary link with nodes at O2.412.L5) = "Grashof" .Llb.000 5. 15.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-6-3 14.412 L5::::: 5.000 . 17.

and 0 13 := 360·deg 1 + t.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-7-1 Ji:S PROBLEM 3-7 Repeat Problem 3-2 with a quick-return time ratio ofl :1. .2. a. Layoff a line through B2 that makes an angle 0 with the line in step 3 (60 deg to the horizontal in this case)._r >: Statement: Given: Solution: 1. 3. each line makes an angle of 45 deg with the horizontal and has a length of2.4 See figure below for one possible solution.~. Start the layout by arbitrarily establishing the point 04 and from it layoff two lines of equal length. Layoff a line through B[ at an arbitrary angle (but not zero deg).180·deg 2. In the solution below. Label one B[ and the other B2• In the solution below. the line is 30 deg to the horizontal. 90 deg apart. a+ a t.9).4. (See Example 3. /\ )-f!353 =a 04 / .1 and 3. 5. Time ratio To . Design a fourbar Grashof crank-rocker for 90 degrees of output rocker motion with a quick-return time ratio of 1:1. a := 360·deg - p p = 210deg a = 150deg 0= 30deg 0:= 13 . -. .01 9=d LlIII<AGE DEFllIIllON . Extend 02B2 to meet this arc. ~ f / :*- \ : : \~ /.000 in. The intersection of these two lines establishes the point O2• From O2 draw an arc that goes through B[. Determine the crank rotation angles a and 13. . /l2 ~- I ! ----_.. 4.4.»> 13 Solving for p = 360·deg 13. 1 1. and the construction angle 0 from equations 3.~ 3. Also see Mathcad file P0307. Erect a perpendicular bisector to the extended portion of the line and transfer one half of the line to O2 as the length of the input crank. I I I 02 I I 02 -. \ LAYOUT -: I I I I / //>v \\ \ .

0353·jn b:= 3.000·in . For this solution.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-7-2 6.8637·in c:= 2. the link lengths are: Ground link (1) Crank (2) Coupler (3) Rocker (4) d := 3.0119·in a:= l.

and C2• In the solution below.) Time ratio 1 Tr:=2 Given: Solution: I. The line 0. In the solution below. The pivot point 06 will lie on the perpendicular bisector of BIB2 at a distance from XX which subtends the specified output rocker angle. and the line AC is the coupler.xx as the chord and 04Cl as the driving crank.xx and be spaced apart a distance that is twice the length of 04C (link 4).S + L PQ+-P+ Q return "Grashoff" Q = 1. (See Example 3-10. Layout angle a with vertex at O2. The line 02A is the driver crank. 4. and output rocker motion of 60 degrees. the length of 02A is a:= 1.2620 in P == 1. The points B.~ ~ = 240deg a = 120deg 2.xx at any convenient location. Shortest link Longest link Other links S:=d L:=c P:==a S == 0. Determine the crank rotation angles a and ~ from equation 3. 6. 04C measures c:= 2.8000 in if SL :s.4840 in L == 2.0000 in Q:==b Condition :« SL +. 5. If non-Grashoff.04. Invert the method of Example 3-1 to create the output dyad using.1. link 2. PQ otherwise return "non-Grashoff' Condition = "Grashoff" 12. Calculate the Grashoff condition.250·in. 7. Line OtlC is the driven crank. Also see Mathcad file P0308. link 4. a := 360·deg . 9. the length of AC is b:= 1.000 in. 3.484in. In the solution below.xx and draw an axis IT perpendicular to. Bisect it to locate the fixed pivot 04. repeat steps 7 through 11 with a shorter radius in step 7.261in and °204 measures d:= 0. now defines the ground link. .xxin two places on either side of 02 when swung from both A I and A2• Label the intersections C. See figure below for one possible solution. Label points Al andA2 at the intersections of the lines subtending angle a and the circle of radius 00. which is 60 degrees in this problem. 10. In the solution below. 11. link 3. and B2 will lie on line. Draw a line of centers.xx through O2• Draw a circle of convenient radius 02A about center O2.800 in. the length BC was chosen to be e:= 5.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-8-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-8 Statement: Design a sixbar drag link quick-return linkage for a time ratio of 1:2. Choose a crank pivot location O2 on line . 8. Tr=- a ~ a +~ = 360·deg Solving for ~ and a ~ := 360·deg 1+ t. The distance C[C2 is twice the driven (dragged) crank length. Set the compass to a convenient radius AC long enough to cut. symmetrical about quadrant one.

./' r I I I I I I \ . -. . . LAVOUTOF SIXBAR DRI'G LIlli( QlICK RETtRN WITH liME RAllO OF 1:2 a=l. .DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-8-2 . the length of the output rocker (link 6) was measured as I> 4. For the design choices made (lengths oflinks 2. .000 b=l. \ \ \ -.~6 60'-~~ .250 t:4. . -.484 &=5.262 d=O. '.... .524·in.. -.524 y 13.800 c=2.3 and 5).

000 deg 2. STROKE 1 2.000 L5 := 5. Time ratio See Figure 3-14 and Mathcad file P0309. These two lines will simultaneously intersect the vertical line drawn in step 2. 112).000 Length of stroke S:= 4. Layout two construction lines from O2.deg I a'.000---- . each making an angle a/2 to the vertical line through O2.- 360·deg 1 1 +TR a = 90.1. Length oflink 2 (crank) Length oflink 5 (coupler) 1. 4. on it. Using the chosen crank length (see Design Choices). Draw a vertical line and mark the center of rotation of the crank. 7. Label the intersection as C 1• Draw the slider blocks at points A I and C I and fmish by drawing the mechanism in its other extreme position. 5.DESIGN OF MACHINERY ~ PROBLEM 3-9 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-9-1 Statement: Given: Solution: Design choices: Design a crank-shaper quick-return mechanism for a time ratio of1:3 (Figure 3-14. Draw a vertical construction line. Draw a horizontal construction line from point Bh either to the left or right. Using point Bl as center. parallel and to the right of 0204. draw a circle with center at O2 and radius equal to the crank length. 9. a distance S/2 (one-half of the output stroke length) from the line Op4' Extend line O¢l until it intersects the construction line drawn in step 6. 3. Calculate a from equations 3. draw an arc of radius equal to the length of link 5 (see Design Choices) to intersect the horizontal construction line. O2.000 a I p a + p := 360. p. 8. Label the point of intersection as the fixed pivot center 04. Label the intersections of the circle and the two lines drawn in step 3 as A I and A2• Draw lines through points Al and A2 that are also tangent to the crank circle (step 2). 6. TR:=- L2:= 1. Label the intersection B].

Draw the original fourbar linkage. Draw the Cayley and Roberts diagrams. L5 = 1.000·deg YI := -33. 4 --Q I I I I 1\ \ ----~-----2. Check your results with program FOURBAR. 5 B3 B. L5:=BIP L6:= -·BlP L3 L4 4. See Figure 3-17 and Mathcad file P031O.813 01 := -34. and align links 2 and 4 with the coupler. Calculate the cognate link lengths based on the geometry of the Cayley diagram (Figure 3-24c. which will be cognate #1. Return links 2 and 4 to their fixed pivots 0 A and OB and establish 0 c as a fixed pivot by making triangle 0 AO J!J c similar toA. Construct lines parallel to all sides of the aligned fourbar linkage to create the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24). 114).727. 3.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-10-1 Ji5 PROBLEM 3-10 Find the two cognates of the linkage in Figure 3-17 (p. p.deg Solution: 1.P. Point P has the same path motion in each cognate. B.5 AlP:= 1. 116). 5.813 B3 . Separate the three cognates.800 BlP:= 1. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L 1 := 2 L3 := 3 Statement: Given: Coupler point data: Crank Rocker L2:= 1 L4:= 3.B.

000 02 = 34.000 deg = 247.600 L8 = 2.800 L9 = 0.000 L3 = 3.000 L2 = 1. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LI LIBC:= -·BlP L3 LI LlAC:= -·AlP L3 LIBC= 1.800 01 Cognate #2 LlAC = 1.100 03 = -34.115 L5 = 1.800 L9 = 0. Verity that the three cognates yield the same coupler curve by entering the original link lengths in program FOURBAR and letting it calculate the cognates.209 L7 = 0. .100 03 A2P:= L2 deg A2P= 1.500 AlP= 1.000 L4 = 3.000deg = 34.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-10-2 A3 6 Cognate #2 83 Cognate #3 LIO:= AlP LIO = 1.100 From the Roberts diagram.604 AlP L8:=L6·BlP L8 = 2.200 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:= L8 A3P= 2.000 02 Cognate #3 LJBC= 1.727 deg 6.(01 + Yl) = 247.100 A2P= 1.209 LlAC= 1.000 deg 03 := 180·deg .727 SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle LJ = 2.200 LIO = 1.600 L7:=L9·- BlP AlP L7= 0.604 L6 = 2.813 A3P = 2.

000 I Circum in (i Open o Crossed Start Thelill cleg link 3 (Coupler) 13..on ~.200 Link :2 (Crank) in Cifcul Dopen @Grossed Lin!< 3 (Coupler) ~. ------_.t1~l~m lJrta:Ae Dam-Link 1 (Ground) 11..600 in dag dag OISi. from I 2..r.. Norlon· Copyright 1998 Ammation Screen SOLUTION MANUAL 3-1()"3 ~ ----------------_ ..3 to Coupler PI ~ . 1 02. -.. Cook DesIgn No. l.DESIGN OF MACHINERY II FOURBAR lnr Windowf by R. " j!1 I ~ Ii( ru tUIIIAl1 /0' ..25-1999 at 16:27:21 gognale #1 shown at 160 deg ern 8Ilgle I Am""nt..'n(iowl< - flv II I.._--------------------- Link 2 (Crank) 11.rp.3 to Coupler PI oeto ThetQ in Angfe 1rom Link 3 to Coupler PI 110 Thete2 deg Thomes A..l nri .. from 12. No.fln ~ Ym:te Delay.000 link 4 (Rocker) m Ii@:] in deg Dist.. l:n[ljl"1J~.000 In Della Theta Angle from link 3 to Coupler PI .

cannot trace out the entire coupler curve.73 deg ThOmas A.115 link 4 (Rocker) .813 in in 10 start Theta deg Disl.3to Coupler Pt 12. therefore.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-10-4 Link 1 (Ground) ~209 in Circuit @Open crossed in Link 3 (Coupler) 12. Cook DesilJ1 No. . 9 02-25-1999 lit 18:27:21 Note that cognate #2 is a Grashof double rocker and.100 In Angle from Link 3 to~rPt '247. fram 12.

0 Coupler point data: AlP:= 26.5 BlP:= ( L3 + All' .5843 deg 2.3571 3.270 L6 = 33.000 L9 = 28.243 .000 = 73. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.143 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:= L4 A3P= 20.270 11 := acos ( L/ + Ell.357 = 26. 125). See Figure 3-25a and Mathcad file P0311.500 From the Roberts diagram.243 L1O:= AlP L10 = 26.. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle AP B.: 84. Using the calculated link lengths. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page). calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 L1BC = 65.cOS(01) BlP= 23.500 14.763 L8:.000 L9 = 28.6548 L1 L1AC:= -·AlP L3 LlAC = 73.5 L4:= 20.= 63. 2 _2 )0.5 L3:= 14.2. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length L1 Cognate #2 LlAC L10 Cognate #3 L1BC = 65.584 deg A2P= 15.655 L7= 25. Check your results by comparing the coupler curves with programs FOURBAR and FIVEBAR.L3·AlP. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= BlP L5 = 23.786 L7:=L9'- BlP AlP L7 = 25.000 03 = 84.000·deg Solution: 1.500 15.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-11-1 liS PROBLEM Statement: 3-11 Find the three equivalent geared fivebar linkages for the three fourbar cognates in Figure 3-25a (p.763 L6 = L2 = L3 = 39.All-) 2·L3·BlP 11 :.0 Crank Rocker L2:= 15. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1 := 39.786 = 33.0 01 Given: .: 37.

. ~".DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-11-3 7 __..-..------------ ---- ~--------------------~~ ~----© Q." p -------~--/ ( /'" ~~ >:::------/ ) \ ) \ 4 ..

500 L10 = 26.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-11-4 SUMMARY OF GEARED FIVEBAR COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Crank length Coupler point Coupler angle Cognate #2 L1AC Cognate #3 L!BC L4 L5 L7 = = = = = 39.. Enter the cognate #1 specifications into program FOURBAR to get a trace of the coupler path.OO·deg 03:= O.SOO Link 3 (Coupler) in @Open o Crossed eleg End Theta F.655 L2= 15. Enter the geared fivebar cognate #1 specifications into program FIVEBARto get a trace of the coupler path for the geared fivebar (see next page).4..S.000 L1 A2P = 15.500 Link 2 (Crank) In Circu~ F. 63 7 L8 = 37.357 65.270 A2P = = 73.500 A3P = 20.000 L8 == 37.500 AlP= 26.143 L7 = 25. 2 03-03-1999 8116:49:46 LOrigil8I coupler ClIVe for Problem 3-11 6. link 1 (Ground) )39. Cook DesIgn No.270 25 . .000 23.OO·deg 02:= O.ooo in Link 4 (Rocker) in 155 Della ThBte deg Dist. 00 5 BlP= 23.3 to CoopierPt 126.000 Lj = 23.270 01 := O.143 .15. from 12.000 20.OO·deg 5.000 ~o.000 In 15 Thma2 deg Angle from Link 3 to Coupler Pt Thornaa A.763 AlP= 26.

Norton . COOle Design No.500 120. 4 03-03-1999 et 16:49:46 FOe: P03-11 .0 to Coupler cleg Gear Ratio Thomes A.00 11. L.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-11-5 • FIVE BAR 101 Wmdows by R. ----- ~one Link 2 (Crenk) 126.Copyright ------~~~~~~~~~~~~~---- 1998 Animation Screen _.270 deg An~ from Link 3 pt )0.000 Link 3 (Coupler) f l E! lll CornfJ!io cui! • Open Crosser:! Start Theta c1eg 115.000 deg link 4 (Roeker) deg Link 5 (Crank) 123.

. .000 L4 = 5. L3:= CLR·L] L4:= eLR·L] LI:= GLR·L2 S'_ .uft @Open o Crossed deg Unk 3 (Coupler) 15..000 S = 54.000 deg AP ee AP := 2. ~/~ = 2. See Figures 3-20. - i3 Unk 1 (Ground) Fum Unk 2 (Crank) kooo Circ. L. determine the remaining link lengths and coupler point specification.3 to C~lerpt fSS7S Angle from Unk 3 to Couplet PI 15 deg Thetlll2 cleo. plot the coupler curve.LJ'cos(S) 5. L]:= 2.. Coole: 4 [)es9\No.0: GLR:==2.878 Enter the above data into program FOURBAR. Crank dwell period: 90 deg. 3-2] .. "Y:= 72-deg Crank: length.oo Thomas A.! §. and Mathcad file P03 J 2.5: CLR:= 2.. FOURBAR fIJI .000 I.. single-dwell linkage for a dwell of90 deg of crank motion.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-12-1 Je5 PROBLEM 3-12 Design a sixbar. L. Norton· m ------------------------------------ Copy.I ~ Common link ratio..s Loy R. Statement: Given: Solution: Design choices: Ground link ratio. and determine the coordinates of the coupler curve in the selected range of crank motion. which in this case will be from 135 to 225 deg .180·deg -"Y 2 L3 = 5.iyht 1998 Animation SelCer. from I 2.5 =Li~ Coupler angJe.. Coupler link (3) length Rocker link (4) length Ground link (1) length AnglePAB Length AP on coup ler 2. Output rocker motion: 45 deg. For the given design choices....0 =BP/~ =2. with an output rocker motion of 45 deg. [ 02-24-1999 lit 11:56:17 FIle: P03-33 )Coupler clive fer desigl of Problem 3-12 . do ..000 link 4 (Rocl(er) lS·ooo End TI18ta 1380 Dell. Theta deg Dist.000 LJ = 4.

099 106.731 -3.228 121.201 -3. 180. label this point D.393 -2.638 6.822 128.252 6.617 5.753 7.744 6.153 6. Use the points at crank angles of 135.386 -3.603 -2.915 4.646 134.911 112.688 -4.858 105. Find the center of the pseudo-arc erecting perpendicular bisectors to the chords defined by the selected coupler curve points.093 119.028 6.813 6.548 6. including the coupler curve whose coordinates are in the table above.075 130. The radius of this circle is the length of link 5..178 -2.008 -3.396 123.673 3.935 6.175 3.520 -4.955 137.977 6.994 117.610 -4.267 7.840 6. The center will lie at the intersection of the perpendicular bisectors.961 -2.----fP-~-ll----~ X .890 -4.235 Layout this linkage to scale.155 4.054 5. and 225 deg to define the pseudo-arc.038 -4.450 6. y -------.375 7.DAT CouplerPt y SOLUTION MANUAL 3-12-2 Coupler Pt CouplerPt Mag Ang -1.924 3.595 125.527 7.128 6.956 5.992 108.839 5.809 -3.DESIGN OF MACHINERY FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 175 180 185 190 195 200 205 210 215 220 225 3.930 110.119 7.424 4.176 -4.453 6.563 -3.389 5.351 132.257 6.598 141.351 6.PSEUDO-ARC B --~ --~ \ .274 139.424 7.671 4.208 7.921 144.302 -4.052 5.933 114.453 7.646 6.417 -4.293 7. Coupler Pt X File P03-12.

526 -3.968 -1.101 6.085 6.926 1.111 85.654 7.215 143.440 6. Establish this point and label it E.159 -2.883 3.437 128. See next page for the completed layout and further linkage specifications. This is the output link that will dwell during the specified motion of the crank.181 -0.534 94. Locate fixed pivot 06 on the bisector of DE such that the lines 06D and 06E subtend the desired output angle. Draw link 6 from D through 06 and extend it to any convenient length.985 3. in this case 45 deg.129 85. will reach along the axis of symmetry.762 5.359 4.414 102.142 88.343 3.158 3.133 162.598 4.631 0.286 4.126 0. which ever is convenient).892 114. the other extreme position will be located along a line through the axis of symmetry (see Figure 3-20) a distance equal to the length oflink 5 measured from the point where the axis of symmetry intersects the coupler curve near the 0 deg coupler point.271 -4. .998 155.933 4.085 7. Since a symmetrical linkage was chosen.628 2. FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg 300 310 320 330 340 350 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 CouplerPt X File P03-12. As the crank motion causes the coupler point to move around the coupler curve there will be another extreme position of the end of link 5 that was originally at D.400 7.811 -3.869 0.478 0.623 168.222 4.068 7.054 -3.617 0.373 7.336 5.165 1.441 0. Construct a perpendicular bisector of the line segment DE and extend it to the right (or left.914 86. attached at P.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-12-3 4.DAT CouplerPt Y CouplerPt CouplerPt Mag Ang -4. The line segment DE represents the maximum displacement that a link of the length equal to link 5.310 6.495 167.656 7.354 y B / o o 4 AXIS OF SYMMETRY enO ---x 5.651 -1. The position of the end oflink 5 at point D will remain nearly stationary while the crank moves from 135 to 225 deg.

.878 o = 54.363 L6:= 2.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-12-4 y ~.000 L4 = 5.375 .000 AP = 5.833 y:= 3.000 deg x:= 3.---tf'-»----------- X SUMMARY OF LINKAGE SPECIFICATIONS Original fourbar: Ground link Crank Coupler Rocker Coupler point Added dyad: Coupler Output Pivot 06 L5:= 6.000 L3 = 5.0000 I y o o COO E ----./"z__ -O~ PSEUDO-ARC I 225 4 ~5.855 L1 = 4.000 L2 = 2./.

) Output rocker motion between dwells: See Mathcad file P0313. Cook Design No.-- Anlmalion Screen EJ Unkage ata-D Link 1 (Ground) ~1XXl Link 2 (Crank) ~. Then. with an output of rocker motion of 60 deg.000 L2:= 5. LJ:= 5.000 [3:= 5.8 02-24-1999 .3to Coupler pt la.oo deg Thomas A.500 Dim. from 12. Statement: Given: 60 deg Solution: Design choices: Ground link length Coup ler link length Coupler point data: 1.OO) n ITQrasho1 Grashof Conditi1 lnitral Conditions ClrCl1 @Open Crossed Start Theta Link 3 (CoupIeI') .righl 1998 -----------------~. Initial crank dwell period: 90 deg Final crank dwell period: 60 deg (approx.11:56:17 fie: P03-13 Foupler curve for design of ProtJlem 3-13 . using program FOURBAR and by trial-and-error. --------- .750 Angle from link 3 to Coupler PI deg fso.750 Crank length Rocker length L2:= 2.Cop). using the data in Figure 3-2 I. followed by a second dwell of about 60 deg of crank motion. One approach is to start with a symmetrical linkage. FOUREAR lor Wrndows by R_ L Norton ..DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-13-1 J?S PROBLEM 3-13 Design a sixbar double-dwell linkage for a dwell of90 deg of crank motion. adjust the link lengths and coupler point data until a satisfactory coupler curve is found. The resulting coupler curve is shown below and a printout of the coupler curve coordinates taken from FOURBAR is also printed below .000 AP:= 8. The link lengths and coupler point data given above were found this way.500 S:= -50·deg In the absence of a linkage atlas it is difficult to find a coupler curve that meets the specifications.000 link 4 10 deg (Rocker) deg ~.

853 6.302 23.105 7.000 290.406 9.487 26.555 34.701 8.000 180.384 26.256 1.900 18.000 330.057 20.DAT Cpler Pt Cpler Pt Y Mag Ang 9. 3.147 4.182 1.000 210.457 1.301 7.154 6.257 8.507 0.974 7.000 10.137 7.209 0.110 5.569 7.000 270.951 15.099 7.201 0.834 5.911 17.958 7.000 70.000 30.792 8.332 5.120 7.430 9. Fit tangent lines to the nearly straight portions of the curve. 4.000 350.184 7.000 20.000 260.112 7.243 7.963 0.196 8.912 6.000 120.757 7.000 Cpler Pt Cpler Pt X File P03-13.671 1.391 3.746 9.000 50.031 9.152 6.008 1.750 10.886 2.000 240.000 150.286 32.996 8.000 200.376 7.809 6. Layout this linkage to scale.131 5.000 300.180 0.487 10.000 130.398 7.729.746 9.763 6.792 6.741 2.885 6.170 2.000 340.288 7.382 7.090 8.448 31.000 100.671 10.072 9.351 1.046).325 7.787 0.000 190.488 0.000 80.000 220.637 0.840 2.626 3.000 230. Design link 6 to lie along these straight tangents.742 4.051 1.815 1.779 6.632 29.233 8. 0.665 8.476 10.778 6. including the coupler curve whose coordinates are in the table above.000 280.353 9.446 34.458 4.480 9.151 0.931 30.854 6.177 10.755 6.194 9.316 0.000 140.847 6.030 4.073 7. (See next page).151 6.657 7.353 4.481 7.286 10.985 7.000 360.491 2.000 310.742 10. .167 10.537 10.976 7.503 7.779 9.978 6.000 90.708 2. The beginning and ending crank angles for the dwell portions of the motion are indicated on the layout and in the table above by boldface entries.886 22.437 12.300 10.098 3. which pivots on the coupler point P.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-13-2 FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg 0.312 5.126 0.928 2.977 6.081 5.159 3.031 7.678 4. pivoted at 06' Provide a slot in link 6 to accommodate slider block 5.000 160.291 0.647 7.819 33.000 250.570 4.455 8.000 60.748 6.000 110.000 320.809 10.854 9.391 0.536 26.274 1.965 8.140 0.226 10.187 4.719 1.242 1.039 8.963 13. Label their intersection 06' The coordinates of 06 are (6.751 6.846 10.000 170.000 40.644 2.688 10.

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2. Comment on its operation. the minimum transmission angle will be 0 deg.P.L3) = "Grashof' Class 1-4.75·m LJ:= O.S + L PQ+. As a Grashof'rocker-crank. Determine the Grashof condition of the mechanism from inequality 2. since the shortest link is the output link. That is. Typically. Make a cardboard model of the linkage to any convenient scale.Q):= SL +.13·m Link 3 Link 1 L3:= O. Will it work? If so. GRRC. Determine its minimum transmission angles.P+ Q return "Grashof" L2:= O.LJ .DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-14-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-14 Figure P3·3 shows a treadle-operated grinding wheel driven by a fourbar linkage. explain how it does. twice per revolution of the output 3. Grashof rocker-rocker-crank. Grashof condition: Barker classification: Condition(L4.8 and its Barker classification from Table 2-4. the operator will start the motion by rotating the wheel by hand. one will be able to drive the grinding wheel from the treadle (link 2). See Mathcad file P0314. Link lengths: Link 2 Link 4 Grashof condition function: Condition(S .L. The reason is that the grinding wheel will act as a flywheel and will carry the linkage through the periods when the transmission angle is low. (link 4) crank.90·m Statement: Given: if SL < PQ if SL = PQ otherwise return "Special Grashof' return "non-Grashof' Solution: 1.60·m L4:= 0. Despite having transmission angles of 0 deg twice per revolution.L2. . the mechanism will work.

Given: Link lengths: Link 1 (ground) Link 3 (coupler) L] := 95·mm Link 2 (driver) Link 4 (driven) L2:= 50·mm L4:= 50·mm L3 := 44·mm Solution: I. The toggle positions will be symmetric with respect to the 0204 axis and will occur when links 3 and 4 are colinear. (L3 + L4) 222L] + L2 . All dimensions are (a) Find the transmission angle at the position shown. To find the transmission angle at the position shown.L2·COS(02) • := 02 = 73.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-15-1 J!S PROBLEM 3-15 Statement: Figure P3-4 shows a non-Grashoffourbar in centimeters (em). 2.558 deg The other toggle position occurs at --02 = -73. (b) Find the toggle positions in terms of angle A020 4' (c) Find the maximum and minimum transmission angles over its range of motion. (d) Draw the coupler curve of point P over its range of motion.L]. draw the linkage to scale in the position shown and measure the transmission angle ABO 4' p The measured transmission angle at the position shown is 77.2. Use the law of cosines to calculate the angle oflink 2 when links 3 and 4 are in toggle. See Figure P3-4 and Mathcad file P0315. linkage that is driven from link 02A.097 deg.558deg .

486 P03-15 Theta4 Mag degrees Design # 1 Trans Ang Mag degrees 0.644 106.159 A partial output from FOURBAR is shown above.355 -149.499 74.514 142.352 60.701 120.168 83.557 -58.134 58.134 -29. From it.387 86.000 14.103 125.696 157.147 80.134 -29.00 deg 1'llornIIS A.846 73.ooo Dist. Use program FOURBAR to draw the coupler curve with respect to a coordinate frame through °204. Cook Design No.846 -44.106 16.423 44.423 -14.423 -14.499 56.557 -58.173 0.473 109.312 170.134 58.861 64.367 61.500 Link 2 (Crank) Circui • Open Crossed ~.123 111.367 86.179 149. Use the program FOURBAR to find the maximum and minimum transmission angles.557 File Theta3 Mag degrees 30.604 68. 4.000 14.3 to Coupler PI Angle from Link 3 to Coupler PI 156.557 Theta2 Mag degrees -73.387 0. FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg -73. Link 1 (Ground) ~. we see that the maximum transmission angle is approximately 86.711 0.075 77. from I 2.846 73.472 60.423 44.490 -176.350 50.472 74.711 29. 4 02-22-1999 at 16:05:04 Fie: P03-15 ~age for Problem 3-15 .773 61.711 29.711 0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-15-2 3.5 deg and the minimum is zero deg.566 -30.846 44.145 32.

Are they Grashof or non-Grashof? Link lengths: Ground link Coupler LJ := 9.216 Cognate #3 L1BC= 15.AI.400 L}O = 8. 1999 .000 L3 = 4.000 02 = -56.410 LIO:= AlP RIP AlP LI0= 8.900 AlP RIP L7:=L9'- L7 = 8. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.000 03 = 94.401 L6 = 8. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APR.eos(01) 11 := aeo ( RIP= 7. 2 _2 )0.000-deg L3 := 4.5 Crank Rocker Coupler point data: AIP:= 8.90 01 .500 Cognate #2 LlAC = 19.) 2·L3RlP Yl = 94.410 L9 = 10. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).5 RIP:= ( L3 + AI? .2159 3.114 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 ) A2P= 5.DESIGN OF MACHINERY ~ PROBLEM 3-16 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-16-1 Statement: Given: Draw the Roberts diagram for the linkage in Figure P3-4 and find its two cognates. Using the calculated link lengths.410 L8:=L6'- L8 = 10. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIBC:= -·BIP LI L3 L1BC= 15. . Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= RIP L5 = 7.410 L6 = 8. See Figure P3-4 and Mathcad file P0316.4 Solution: 1.L3·AlP.2.114 2nd Edition.000 deg A3P = 5.9793 LlAC= 19.401 L/ + Bl.470 deg From the Roberts diagram.900 L7 = 8.= 56.4701 deg " 2.979 L2 = 5. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length L1 = 9.

000 02 .:: 7.470 deg 9 6.900 8} = 56.::::56.S + L PQ+-P+ Q return "Grashof" if SL < PQ if SL otherwise return "Special Grashof return "non-Grashof" Cognate #2: Cognate #3: = PQ Condition(L]O. L8 .000 83 .000 deg - A3P = 5.L7) = "non-Grashof" 2nd Edition. Determine the Grashof condition of each ofthe two additional cognates.401 A2P= 5.L9) = "non-Grashof" Condition(L5.000 deg L8 = 10.P.L6.L1BC.114 L5. 1999 ..L. Condition(S .Q):= SL +. L] AC.000 AlP= 8.:::: 4.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-16-2 Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle L4 = 5.

Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates. See Figure P3-4 and Mathcad file P0317.470deg A2P = 5.L3·AIP.5 Crank Rocker Coupler point data: AIP:= 8.000 03 = 94.000. Note that the diagram is made up ofthree parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= RIP L5 = 7.000 deg From the Roberts diagram. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).900 L7= 8.cOS(01) Ll 2 ~2 )0.401 L]O:= AlP RIP AlP L]O = 8.9793 3. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Cognate #2 Cognate #3 L1 = 9.deg L3:= 4. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L] := 9.410 L9 = 10.410 L6 = 8. L1 LlAe:= -·AIP L3 t-uc= 19.114 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:=L4 A3P= 5.500 L2 = 5.90 01 := 56.4701 deg 2.I sixbar to give parallel motion that follows the coupler path of point P of the linkage in Figure P3-4.400 LlAe LIO = 19.410 L8:=L6'- L8 = 10.979 = 8.114 L7:=L9'- L7 = 8.2159 Using the calculated link lengths. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LlBe= 15. RIP:= ( L3 + AlP .DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-17-1 J!S PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-17 Design a Watt.2.114 .5 RIP= 7.401 11 := acos ( + RIl2·L3·RIP All] 11 = 94.000 ~2 = -56. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APR.4 Solution: 1.216 t-isc = 15.000 L3 = 4.900 AlP RIP L9 = 10.

Join links 2 and 7. 5. 2. and 8 (see next page).000 L8 = 10. therefore.000 02 = -56. The free end of link 5 will then be at point O's and point P on link 6 will be at P'. slide them as an assembly along lines aAOC and qq until the free end of link 7 is at aA.401 A3P= 5.900 01 = 56. Without allowing links 5.114 A2P= 5.000 03 == 94.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-17-2 Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle L4 = 5. However. Remove link 5 and reduce link 6 to a binary link.000 deg L5 = 7. and 7 to rotate. Draw line qq parallel to line aAOC and through point 0B. 3. . have limited motion.470deg AlP = 8. Link 8 is in curvilinear translation and follows the coupler path of the original point P. discard cognate #2 and retain cognates #1 and #3. 4. The result is a Watt-I sixbar with links numbered 1. 6. All three of these cognates are non-Grashofand will.6. making one ternary link. Add a new link oflength 0AO C between P and P'.000 deg 4. This is the new output link 8 and all points on it describe the original coupler curve. following Example 3-11.

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216 L10= 8.410 L6 = 8. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).000 03 = 94.2.5 RIP:= ( L3 + Ali" .9793 3. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= RlP L5 = 7. Using the calculated link lengths.400 Cognate #2 LlAC = L1 L1AC:= -·AIP L3 LlAC= 19.500 L2= 5.900 L9 = 10.979 L7 = 19.410 .90 01:= 56. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1 := 9.114 A2P= 5. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.000 deg From the Roberts diagram.401 Y1 = 94.410 L10:= AlP LIO= 8. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIRC= 15. 1.4701 deg 2.401 L6 = 8. (The result will be an 8-bar linkage).5 L3:= 4.LJ. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length L1 = 9. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APR.114 8.470 deg AlP RIP L8 = 10. 2 _2 )0.000 02 = -56.000 L3 = 4.4 Crank Rocker Coupler point data: AlP:= 8.DESIGN OF MACHINERY ~ PROBLEM 3-18 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-18-1 Statement: Design a Watt.000·deg Given: Solution: See Figure P3-4 and Mathcad file P0318.AIP'COs(01) RlP= 7.2159 Cognate #3 L1RC"" 15.I sixbar to give parallel motion that follows the coupler path of point P of the linkage in Figure P3-4 and add a driver dyad to drive it over its possible range of motion with no quick return.900 L8:=L6'Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P= 5.

_ . and 7 to rotate. 6. I \ ~7 "~ <. Join links 2 and 7. discard cognate #2 and retain cognates #1 and #3.3.401 AlP = 8..DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-18-2 Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle L4 = 5. Link 8 is in curvilinear translation and follows the coupler path of the original point P. All three of these cognates are non-Grashofand will. slide them as an assembly along lines 0 AOe and qq until the free end oflink 7 is at 0A.114 A2P= 5. The result is a Watt-I sixbar with links numbered 1. Draw line qq parallelto line 0AOe and through point OB' Without allowing links 5.000 deg _ _--8 . I 5 / ! q O's I I 6. following Example 3-11.470deg 01 = 56. I / \ \ Os 4. Add a new link of length 0 AOe between P and pt. f .000 02 = L5 = 7.2. However. Remove link 5 and reduce link 6 to a binary link.4. and 8 (see next page). .900 A3P= 5.000 L8 = 10. P' 5.-yt. have limited motion. This is the new output link 8 and all points on it describe the original coupler curve.6.The free end of link 5 will then be at point OB and point P on link 6 will be at P'.000 deg -56. Add a driver dyad following Example 3-4.000 03 = 94.OC~ . therefore. making one ternary link..

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Given: Solution: Design choices: Use a Hooken-type straight line mechanism optimized for straightness.1 mm L4 = 1205. i 620.181 L30verL2 := 2. Draw the fork lift truck to scale with the mechanism defined in step 1 superimposed on it.096% 1.800 Link lengths: Crank Coupler Ground link Rocker Coupler point 2..5 mm 3. Cy = 1978.5 mm Calculate the distance from point P to pivot 04 (Cy).DESIGN OF MACHINERY ~ PROBLEM 3-19 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-19-1 Statement: Design a pin-jointed linkage that will guide the forks of the fork lift truck in Figure P3-5 up and down in an approximate straight line over the range of motion shown.096%: AxoverL2 := 4. Using Table 3-1 and the required length of straight-line motion.5 mm BP = 1205.200 = 0.5 mm L1 = 947. determine the link lengths.5mm L3 = 1205. Arrange the fixed pivots so they are close to some part of the existing frame or body of the truck.= LIoverL2·L2 L2 = 430. BP:= L3 Ax L2:=---LlxoverL2 L3:= L30verL2·L2 L1 . Maximum allowable error in straightness of line: LlCy := 0. Link ratios from Table 3-1 for LlCy LloverL2 := 2. Length of straight line motion of the forks: Ax := 1800 mm See Figure P3-5 and Mathcad file P0319.0mm .

4. From the graphical solution.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-20-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-20 Statement: Figure P3-6 shows a "V-link" off-loading mechanism for a paper roll conveyor. B! and B2. Design for two-position. This will allow sufficient space for a supporting pillow block bearing.A1 andAz. similar to Example 3-2. 90 deg of output rocker motion with no quick return. From the graphical solution. 8. in any convenient location such that the desired angle of motion 94 is subtended. Given: Solution: Design choices: 1. L J := 1069 .274mm Measure the length of the ground link (link 1) as 0zO 4. Use the same rocker arm that was used with the air cylinder driver. 5. In this solution.217mm . 3. Draw the chord B!B2 and extend it in any convenient direction. Bisect the line segment BIB2 and draw a circle of that radius about O2. 7. Draw the rocker arm (link 4) 04B in both extreme positions. In this solution it was extended horizontally to the left. Your fourbar linkage should be Grashof and be in toggle at each extreme position of the rocker arm. Place the pivot O2 80 mm to the right of the right leg and on a horizontal line with the center of the pin on the rocker arm. 2. 6. L3:= 1045mm Measure the length of the crank (link 2) as OzAl or OzAz. Design a pinjointed linkage to replace the air cylinder driver that will rotate the rocker arm and V-link through the 90 deg motion shown. Label the two intersections of the circle and extended lineB1Bz. 1. link 4 is drawn such that the two extreme positions each make an angle of 45 deg to the vertical. L2:= 226. Mark the center O2 on the extended line such that it is 80 mm to the right of the right leg. Keep the fixed pivots as close to the existing frame as possible. Dimensions scaled from Figure P3-6: Rocker arm (link 4) distance between pin centers: See Figure P3-6 and Mathcad file P0320. From the graphical solution. 2. Measure the length of the coupler (link 3) asA!B! or AzBz. 3.

Condition(8 .L3.8 + L PQ+-P+ Q return "Grashof" return "Special if 8L < PQ Grashof" if 8L = PQ otherwise return "non-Grashof Condition(L2.P . Find the Grashof condition.Q):= 8L +.L4) = "Grashof .L].L.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-20-2 9.

06 01:= 3l. Note the duplicate crank and coupler shown ghosted in the right half of the mechanism .2977 = -31.674 Yl = 109. .298 Cognate #3 L!BC = 1.6560deg 2.674 L]O 3.4 with coupler point P). draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).000 02 03 = -39. Using the same fourbar driving stage (links 1.812 AlP L8:=L6'BIP L8 = 3.000·deg Rocker Solution: 1.220 .they are redundant and have been removed from the duplicate fourbar linkage.2. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.3.22 L3 := 2.344 deg From the Roberts diagram. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:=BIP L5 = 1. See Figure P3-7 and Mathcad file P0321. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1 := 2.8035 L1 LlAC:= -·AIP L3 LlAC= 3.485 L7:=L9'- BlP AlP L7 = 0.Lj. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.] \ 2·Lj·BlP BIP= 1.Al. Using the calculated link lengths.060 = L9 = 1.804 = 2. replicated with a parallelogram linkage for parallel motion. design a Watt-I sixbar linkage that will drive link 8 in the same parallel motion using two fewer links. 2 _2 )0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-21-1 liS PROBLEM 3-21 Figure P3-7 shows a walking-beam transport mechanism that uses a fourbar coupler curve.5 BIP:= ( L3 + AIr .cOS(01) YI:= aeo ( Lj2 + El.461 A2P= 1.461 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:= L8 A3P= 3. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIBC= 1.33 AlP:= 3.000 deg 3.2.06 Crank Statement: Given: Coupler point data: L2:= 1 L4:= 2.AIP. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: ) Ground link length Cognate #1 L1 Cognate #2 LlAC= 3.

000deg -39.000 02 = = AlP= A3P 03 = 3.485 = L6 = L7 L5 0.P+ Q return "Grashof" if SL < PQ return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof" Cognate #2: Cognate #3: 5.060 L9 L3 = 2.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-21-2 Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle L2 = = 1. Following Example 3-11.000deg = -31.060 = 1. discard cognate #2 and retain cognates #1 and #3.P.000 L1O= 3.893 1. slide them as an assembly along lines AOe and qq until the free end oflink 7 is at A' The free end oflink 5 will then be at point 0B and point P on link 6 will be atP'. This is the new output link 8 and all points on it describe the original coupler curve. Determine the Grashof condition of each of the two additional cognates. ° ° ° ° ° .461 01 = 31.674 L8 = 3. Add a new link oflength AOe between P and P'. / Os // / I 4.330 3.060 L4 2.344deg A3 / .L8.L6. Condition(S . Condition(L9.S + L PQ+-.LIBc) if SL = PQ otherwise = "Grashof" = "Grashof" Both of these cognates are Grashofbut cognate #3 is a crank rocker.LlAc) Condition(L7.L5. 6.461 A2P= 1.812 1.L. and 7 to rotate. Draw line qq parallel to line AOe and through point B' Without allowing links 5.Q):= SL +-.LJO.

6. The result is a Watt-I sixbar with links numbered 1. P P' .DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-21-3 p 7 2 8 P' 6. Link 8 is in curvilinear translation and follows the coupler path of the original point P. The walking-beam (link 8 in Figure P3-7) is rigidly attached to link 8 below. and 8 (see next page).4. making one ternary link. Remove link 5 and reduce link 6 to a binary link.2.3. Join links 2 and 7.

It can be shown (see Section 4. since the shortest link is the input link.06 Lj := 2.00 L4:= 2. The maximum is 90 deg. L4) in Figure P3-7 (to graphical accuracy). 2.22 L3. the minimum transmission angle is 3l. B 3.L] .8 and its Barker classification from Table 2-4. . Grashof condition: Barker classification: Condition(L2.L4. As measured from the layout.33 Link 3 Link 1 L3:= 2. Link lengths: Link 2 Link 4 Grashof condition function: Condition(S .S + L PQ+-P+ Q L2:= 1.5 deg.L. Statement: Given: return "Grashof" if SL < PQ return "Special Grashof return "non-Grashof Solution: l.Q):= SL +. if SL = PQ otherwise Determine the Grashof condition of the mechanism from inequality 2. GCRR.L3) = "Grashof Class 1-2.P.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-22-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-22 Find the maximum and minimum transmission angles of the fourbar driving stage (links LIo~. See Figure P3-7 and Mathcad file P0322. Draw the linkage in these two positions and measure the transmission angles. Grashof crank-rocker-rocker.10) that the minimum transmission angle for a fourbar GCRR linkage occurs when links 2 and 1 (ground link) are colinear.

As measured from the layout. since the shortest link is the input link.L4) = "Grashof" Class 1-2.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-23-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-23 Figure P3-8 shows a fourbar linkage used in a power loom to drive a comb-like reed against the thread. GCRR.Q):= SL +.P. /-] I 83. "beating it up" into the cloth. Determine the Grashof condition of the mechanism from inequality 2.00·in L4:= 7.8 and its Barker classification from Table 2-4.1 deg.0 deg. 2nd Edition.625·in Statement: Given: return "Grashof" if SL < PQ return "Special Grashof" if SL = PQ return "non-Grashof" otherwise Solution: 1.L.L3. Grashof condition: Barker classification: Condition(L2.S + L PQ+-P+ Q L2 := 2.1 0) that the minimum transmission angle for a fourbar GCRR linkage occurs when links 2 and 1 (ground link) are colinear. Grashof crank-rocker-rocker. It can be shown (see Section 4. Draw the linkage in these two positions and measure the transmission angles.634° / ~\ 3.375·in L} := 9. Link lengths: Link 2 Link 4 Grashof condition function: Conditioni S . 2. The maximum is 90. the minimum transmission angle is 58.187·in Link 3 Link 1 L3 := 8. See Figure P3-8 and Mathcad file P0323. 1999 .L}. Determine its Grashof condition and its minimum and maximum transmission angles to graphical accuracy.

DESIGN OF MACHINERY ~ PROBLEM 3-24 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-24-1 Statement: Given: Draw the Roberts diagram and fmd the cognates for the linkage in Figure P3-9.101 + A3P= 3.06 Crank Rocker L2:= 1.2977 3.060 L7:=L9·- HIP AlP L7 = 0.000 n] 03 = 39.485 .893 2.cOS(OI) )0.] 2·L3·HIP Yl = -109.220 1.298 LlO = Cognate #3 L]BC = 1.22 L3:= 2. HIP:= ( L3 + AIr L/ 2 _2 .893 LlO:= AlP LlO = 3. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:=HIP L5 = 1. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.00·deg Solution: 1.2. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 L]BC = 1.5 BIP= 1.6560deg 2.461 A2P:= L2 A2P = 1.674 L6 = 1.344 deg 02 = 31.804 L7 = 0.8035 LlAC:= -·AIP L3 L] LlAC= 3.060 L9 = 1. Using the calculated link lengths.0 L4:= 2. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L] := 2.060 L3 = 2.33 Coupler point data: AIP:= 3.674 Y1 := -aco { + Hll} .812 LS:=L6·- AlP HIP LS = 3. See Figure P3-9 and Mathcad file P0324.06 01 := -31.AI. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).000 3. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.AIP.812 L6 = 1.000deg From the Roberts diagram.LJ.461 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:=LS 03:= 180·deg. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length L] L2 = = Cognate #2 LlAC= 3.

000deg 03 = 39.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-24-2 Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle L4 = 2.344deg .330 LS = 3.000deg 02 = 31.000 A3P = 3.461 O} = -31.674 AlP = 3.060 = 1.461 A2P L5 = 1.

344 deg 02 = 31.812 L8:=L6'- AlP BlP L8 = 3. L 1 BC = 1.8035 LlAC:= -·AlP L3 L] LlAC= 32977 Using the calculated link lengths.L3·AlP.804 = 3.0.33 AlP:= 3.461 L7 = 0.812 L6 = L5 = 1.cos(81).893 L]O:= AlP L]O = 3.893 1.060 = 1. 2 _2 . SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length L] = 2. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= BIP L5 = 1.06 Solution: 1.060 L7:=L9'- BlP AlP L7 = 0.220 L2 = 1. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L] t= Coupler point data: 2. .298 LIO L9 L8 Cognate #3 L1BC = 1.674 + Bl.06 81 := . See Figure P3-9 and Mathcad file P0325.000 39. A2P= 1.461 83 =:.060 L4 = 2.674 L6= 1.485 = 3.0 L4:= 2.= 2.22 Crank Rocker L2:= 1. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).461 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:= L8 A3P= 3.674 .00·deg L3 .6560deg 2. 2 Yl := --aco{L3 BlP= 1. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.2.330 Cognate #2 LlAC= 3.31.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-25-1 liS PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-25 Find the equivalent geared fivebar mechanism cognate of the linkage in Figure P3-9.5 BIP:= ( L3 + All' .AI. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 L1 L]BC:= -·BlP L3 3.000 L3 = 2.000deg From the Roberts diagram.] 2·L3·BlP Yl = -109. Calculate the length BP and the angle 'Y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.

.812 L8 = 3.674 L7 = 0.000 01 := O.000deg A3P= 3.461 BlP= 1.461 L7= 0.000 02 = 31. <. 0Ifi1PB20C' The three geared fivebar cognates are summarized in the table below.OO·deg 5.000deg 2 (_-------- 1AC <. 6. Enter the cognate #1 specifications into program FOURBAR to get a trace of the coupler path (see next page) Enter the geared fivebar cognate #1 specifications into program FIVEBAR to get a trace of the coupler path for the geared fivebar (see next page).674 A2P= 1.344deg 01 = -31.812 AlP = 1. The three geared fivebar cognates can be seen in the Roberts diagram.461 03 = 39. 4.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-25-2 Coupler point Coupler angle AIP= 3.804 = 3. 0AA1PA30C.060 A2P= 1.000 L4 = 2.OO·deg = 3.330 L5 AlP= 3.330 L5 = 1.220 LIO Cognate #2 LlAC= 3. SUMMARY OF GEARED FIVEBAR COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Crank length Coupler point Coupler angle L1 == 2.060 = 1.298 L2 Cognate #3 LIBC and = 1.060 L8 = 3.674 A2P= 1.000 L4 = 2.OO·deg 03 r= O.060 02 := O. They are: 0AA2PB30B.

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955 2.508 1.207 1.000 310. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1:= 2.834 23.000 130.515 3.000 290.060 4.deg Solution: 1.967 42.000 210.702 1.000 250.719 22.135 1.105 2.576 3.203 3.582 2.810 1.412 25.06 Crank Rocker L2:= 1.107 2.654 1.077 3.943 3.062 0.627 2.990 0.253 3.550 2.718 3.388 2.9]7 1.731 2.635 24.088 2.249 2.000 10. See Figure P3-9 and Mathcad file P0327.0 L4:= 2.407 2.480 2.000 350.134 22.000 90.000 280.892 1.000 100.000 190.494 2.000 270.698 1.883 2.011 1.365 24.789 2.403 2.832 1.988 24.826 0.953 1.33 Coupler point data: AIP:= 3.168 2.313 2.858 3.22 L3:= 2.040 2.023 4.192 2.925 1.000 300.107 23.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-27-1 25 PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-27 Use the linkage in Figure P3-9 to design an eightbar double-dwell mechanism that has a slider output stroke of 5 crank units.000 140.554 3.145 2.730 49207 51.683 43.06 01 := -31.731 3.075 2.798 0.718 42.817 0.000 230.028 3.228 2.000 20.350 3.463 40.000 170.348 1.862 1.965 51. FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg 0.000 150.754 1.761 1.915 23.592 1.274 2.063 2.731 38.672 24.707 2.000 260.032 1.064 46.079 2.731 .306 37.848 1.340 34.632 26.706 2.420 1.000 40.523 3.488 3.000 240.000 180.671 3.404 22.417 28.350 3.000 50.000 110.906 4.000 80.715 50.804 1.925 0.235 1.000 220.523 2.278 1.251 2.533 23.039 24.708 1.000 340.678 31.503 3.000 70.040 3.548 2.164 2.687 1.875 1. Enter the given data into program FOURBAR and print out the resulting coupler point coordinates (see table below).614 23.061 2.035 27.860 0.00.326 3.499 1.915 23.473 3.248 2.000 File P03-26.826 46.963 2.000 360.144 2.869 0.855 1.723 1.115 1.326 22.626 30.000 200.000 120.005 1.000 320.367 1.11 ] 2.820 3.000 160.029 33.076 2.477 2.872 2.354 2.000 60.380 2.000 30.802 0.784 1.001 23.DAT Cpler Pt Cpler Pt Cpler Pt Cpler Pt y X Mag Ang 2.038 51.386 2.000 330.

Attach link 7 to the pivot at C. including the coupler curve whose coordinates are in the table above. a distance of 5 units. As link 6 travels from C to E. 3 A \/~------- as 2 ~ ----- 4 4.140. which pivots on the coupler point P. Fit tangent lines to the nearly straight portions of the curve. . slider block 8 will travel from D to F. The length oflink 7 is CD.892 y:= 0. pivoted at 06.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-27-2 2. The link lengths and location of 06: Link 6 Link 7 L7:= 2. Design link 6 to lie along these straight tangents. a design choice. Layout this linkage to scale. \ \ \ \ c \ \ 0 0 0 0 o o o '0 ~--70. Label their intersection 06. Extend line CDE from pointD a distance equal to CEo Label the end point F. Extend link 6 and the other tangent line until points C and E are 5 units apart. Provide a guide on link 6 to accommodate slider block 5.762 . 3.000 x:= 1.

OOO·deg Solution: 1. L1 LlAC:= -·AIP L3 LlAC= 22.L3·AIP.2.500 L10 = 11.000 From the Roberts diagram.250 L6= 28.25 01:= O.All] 2·L3·RIP Yl = 2. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler Coupler point data: Given: LI := 45 L3:= 22. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.000 L3 = 22.000 L2 = 56. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Cognate #2 Cognate #3 L1BC = 22.5000 3.000 L7:=L9'- L7 = 28.5 RIP= 11.__ acos(Ll 2 _2 . Comment on its similarities to the original Roberts diagram. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIBC= 22.000 03 = 0. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).000 LIO:= AlP RIP AlP LIO = 11.250 L9:=-·AIP L3 L8:=L6'AlP BIP L2 L9 = 28.000 deg A2P:=L2 A2P= 56. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-26) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5 = 11.250 L9 = 28.250 0.000 .500 LlAC = 22. 126) to design a Watt-I sixbar parallel motion mechanism that carries a link through the same coupler curve at all points.500 L1 = 45.000 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P= 56.5000 Using the calculated link lengths.cOS(Ol)) '\ 0.000 L8 = 28.0000 deg Y1 + RIl .000 L7 = 28. See Figure 3-26 and Mathcad file P0328.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-28-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-28 Statement: Use two of the cognates in Figure 3-26 (p.000 L6= 28. BIP:= ( L3 + AIr '.5 Crank Rocker L2:= 56 L4:= 56 AIP:= 11.

and 7 to rotate.~~- ~ --'8 A3 \ °A 4. __ 1_O I / / \ - ~.OOOdeg 3 -. Add a new link of length 0 AOe between P and P'. 6... discard cognate #2 and retain cognates #1 and #3.000 AlP = 11. Following Example 3-11.The free end oflink 5 will then be at point OB and point P on link 6 will be at P'. .-~- ~ -- / .' .OOOdeg L5 = 11. \ \ \ \ \ 9 / I / / 7/ \ \ \6 \ 2 4 A2G~ .000 02 = O. This is the new output link 8 and all points on it describe the original coupler curve.000 deg = O. slide them as an assembly along line 0AOe until the free end oflink 7 is at 0 A. Without allowing links 5. / I \ \ / . 3 P ~~------G~----~) Al \ \ \ ~ \ \ 7 2 \6 \ \ ~ 4 \ ~~ ~A3 0' B .~~-.000 03 = 0. Both of these cognates are identical. P \ \ I \ / I \ \ ~ ~ .250 01 L8 = 28.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-28-2 Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle L4 = 56.000 A2P= 56.\~~--f.250 A3P = 56..

2. Remove link 5 and reduce link 6 to a binary link. making one ternary link.3. and 8. It does not attach to link 4 at BI• ~L~~----H-----~ \ \ p' B1 3 P 6".6. Join links 2 and 7.\ \ \ ~ 2 4 . Link 8 is a binary link with nodes at P and P'. Link 8 is in curvilinear translation and follows the coupler path of the original pointP.4.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-28-3 5. The result is a Watt-I sixbar with links numbered 1.

cognates #2 and #3 are identical.1 03-01-1999 lit 18:36:12 2.OO·deg L3 := 1 Rocker Solution: 1.500 BIP:~ 0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-29-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-29 Find the cognates of the Watt straight-line mechanism in Figure 3-29a (p. Use the Cognate pull-down menu to get the link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 (see next page). for this mechanism. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L] := 4 Crank Coup ler point data: AlP:=.OO·deg YI := O. Note that. .500 Statement: Given: 01 :".0.O. 13)). See Figure 3-29a and Mathcad file P0329. Cook DesVlND. All three mechanisms are non-Grashofwith limited crank angles. Input the link dimensions and coupler point data into program FOURBAR. Link 2 (Crank) in Circuit @Open Crossed sten Theta in f30 End Theta deg in An~ from Unk 3 to Coupler pt deg Thomas A.

. Cook DesIgn No.ooo Olst.01-1999 lit 16:36:12 .OO i1 Angle from Link 3 to Coopler pt . 1rom 1:2 .A fOI Wlndo .. 2 03-01-1999 0116:38:12 • FOURBI1.3 10 Coupler PI Dela Thela 12. I.-. hv R..COPI'IIqhl - 1998 Animation Screen Grastlot Cog:dl!:jor Non-Gfashof Wnkege Date ----...DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-29·2 CircYil: @Open LInk 3 (Coupler) o Oossed F·ooo i n deg deg 0isI:..000 JO. Link 1 (GrOUld) [ 1 (3 IniUlil CGllIfrtip~Lirw 2 (Crank) Circuit In ~. from 1 2.500 @Open o Crossed st6irl Theta Link 4 (Roclcer) 160 m End Thela deg H.2 (l3. deg: ThcInas A. NOllon s - . coac ~No.11.310 CoLder pt in Angle from Link 3 to Coupler PI deg: TtIoInas A.

0·deg Solution: 1.000 BlP:= 1.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-30-1 liS PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-30 Find the cognates of the Roberts straight-Line mechanism in Figure 3-29b (p.0·deg I Y I := -60.310 CoupIerPl J1. Note that.000 to Coupler pt n Angle from Unk 3 deg Thomas A. 2 03·01·1999 . See Figure 3-29b and Mathcad file P0330. Input the link dimensions and coupler point data into program FOURBAR. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler Lf := 2 L3 := 1 Crank Rocker L2:= 1 L4:= I Coupler point data: AIP:= 1.ooo n Circuit @Open Crossed Dis!. from I 2. AU three mechanisms are non-Grashofwith limited crank angles. Link 2 (Crri) ~. for this mechanism.17:06:05 2.000 [) := --60. Cook DesI!Jl No. . 131). cognates #2 and #3 are identical with cognate #1 because of the symmetry of the linkage (draw the Cayley diagram to see this).

DOC CplerPt y mm 319.20 -1.30mm 1. A table of these values is printed below. Specify all linkage parameters.57 mm L4 = 200.073.84 198.47 319.20mm 3.075.845 Coupler Ground link Rocker Coupler point 2.58 141.y coordinates of the coupler curve and the x.49 mm Calculate the distance from point P to pivot 04 (Cy) when crank angle is 180 deg. Enter the link lengths into program FOURBAR to verify the design (see next page for coupler point curve).61 -1.072.072. Using Table 3-1 and the required length of straight-line motion.58 14.09 104.93 -1.22 -1.72 319.95 319.03 13.99 0. Cy= 319.75 -1.54 -7.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-31-1 J?5 PROBLEM Statement: 3-31 Design a Hoeken straight-line linkage to give minimum error in velocity over 22% of the cycle for a I5-cm-Iong straight line motion.76 .075.73 -14.02 8.06 179.85 123.27 319. determine the x.60 216.55 File P03-3I.24mm LJ = 160.072.52 -1.975 L30verL2 := 2. FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 CplerPt X mm 235.74 -13. determine the link lengths.78 10.31 160.20 319. Link ratios from Table 3-1 for 22% cycle: LloverL2:= Link lengths: Crank L2:= Llx LlxoverL2 L2 = 81.24 mm AP = 400.076.31 85.46 319.076.72 319. Using the PRINT facility.75 -1.63 VelocCP Y mm/sec -10. L3:= LJoverL2·L2 LJ := LJoverL2·L2 L4:= L3 AP:= 2·L3 L3 = 200.463 AxoverL2:= 1.y components of the coupler point velocity in the straight line region.51 -1.95 VelocCP X mm/sec -1.27 319. Given: Solution: 1. Notice the small deviations over the range of crank angles from the y-coordinate and the x-velocity at a crank angle of 180 deg. Length of straight line motion: Ax := 150mm Percentage of cycle over which straight line motion takes place: 22% See Figure 3-30 and Mathcad file P0331.073.

240 I In 10 End Theta deg LI1k 4 (Rocker) ffiKi240 ~OO.1rom I 2. 2 1J3. COOk DesIgn No.490 In 1360 Defta TheI:!I deg DisI.3 to Crupler pt In deg Angle from Unk :3 to COl4*r pt deg deg ThorrIas A.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3--31-2 CircUlI in Lilk 3 (Coupler) @Open Crossed start Theta t%!.05-1999 81110:10:05 .

591 VelocCP Y mmlsec -6.695 -826.841 -861.289 211.521 182.847 -797.664 -0.385 302.774 -856.043 -861.010 122.378 302.385 302.800 1.DAT CouplerPt Y VelocCP X mm/sec -696.076 153.399 302.41 mm LJ = 138.426 0.217 -797.20mm L30verL2 := 3.378 302.499 64.368 302.774 -826.416 mm 302.311 50.664 -1.591 -755.944 107.019 6.093 78. Enter the link lengths into program FOURBAR to verify the design (see next page for coupler point curve).028 File P03-32. Length of straight line motion: Ax := 200mm Percentage of cycle over which straight line motion takes place: 39% See Figure 3-30 and Mathcad file P0332.416 -0.944 93.695 -755. A table ofthese values is printed below.398 302. Statement: Given: Solution: 1.399 302.398 302.994 -863.01 mm L4 = 179.483 -1.l :« 3. Cy = 302.41 mm AP = 358.000 0.y components of the coupler point velocity in the straight line region. Link ratios from Table 3-1 for 39% cyc1e: Ll overL2 := 2. Notice the small deviations over the range of crank angles from the y-coordinate and the x-velocity from a crank angle of 180 deg.82 mm Calculate the distance from pointP to pivot 04 (Cy) when crank angle is 180 deg.36 mm 3.731 38.052 0. determine the link lengths.500 Link lengths: Crank L2:= Ax AxoverL2 L2 = 55.019 1.043 -844.250 Axoverl. L3 := L30verL2·L2 LJ := LloverL2·L2 L4:= L3 AP:= 2·L3 L3 = 179. Specify all linkage parameters.y coordinates of the coupler curve and the x. Using Table 3-1 and the required length of straight-line motion.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-32-1 JiS PROBLEM 3-32 Design a Hoeken straight-line linkage to give minimum error in straightness over 39% of the cycle for a 20-cm-Iong straight line motion.408 302.483 -0.927 168.217 -844. determine the x.426 0. Using the PRINT facility.361 302.800 0.710 197.368 302.360 302.847 -696.408 .361 302.994 -856.623 Coupler Ground link Rocker Coupler point 2.992 225.076 138. FOURBAR for Windows Angle Step Deg 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 CouplerPt X mm 237.052 -0.

.410 start Theta 10 deg End Theta An~ from link :3 deg to Coupler pt ThorncIs A. Cook DesI!J"I No.1999 11111:02:06 FIe: P03-32 . :3 03-QS..DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-32~2 C1rcul <i~ QCro=d Unk :3 (Coupler) ~79.

ll6 from lilk 3 to Co. L3 = 5. L1/Lz.878 deg AP:= 2.Iple!'" PI curve fOf desg.000 L4 LI:= GLR·L2 = 5. For the given design choices.gn choices: = 2.. L.._ . 3~21.:ilk 2 (Crank) CIrcuit ~.0: GLR:= 2 .000 AP = 5. Common link ratio.0 BPILz. = 2. of PtobIern 3-33 ..oro I in An!. Use the data in Figure 3-21 (p.000 1. L/Lz Coupler angle. L2:= 2..5: = LiLz = eLR:O'O2. Ground link ratio.L3·COS(o) Enter the above data into program FOURBARand plot the coupler curve.000 £1 = 4.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-33-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-33 Design a linkage that will give a symmetricaJ "kidney bean" shaped coupler curve as shown in Figure 3-16 (p. Coupler link (3) length Rocker Iink (4) length Ground link (1) length AnglePAB Length AP on coupler 2. 120) to determine the required lmk ratios and generate the coupler curve with program FOURBAR See Figures 3-16. determine the remaining link lengths and coupler point specification.- 180·deg _ 2 y o = 54..y:= Statement: Solution: DS$. 114 and I15).5 71:deg Crank length.fller) in [0 deg ~. and Mathcad file P0333.000 o.ooo ~_ooo Link 4 (Rodier) in Op6l1 Crossed 51art TheIs link 3 (Col.

090 in Angle from Lir* 3 to~lerPt f36. y:= 252deg Crank length.5: = GLR:= 2.090 AP := 2.000 L] = 5. 120) to determine the required link ratios and generate the coupler curve with program FOURBAR.000 deg AP = 8.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-34-1 J?S PROBLEM 3-34 Statement: Design a linkage that will give a symmetrical "double straight" shaped coupler curve as shown in Figure 3-16 (p.3 to CCJl4lIerPi ~.00 deg Thomas A.000 L4 = 5.y L3 = 5.180·deg.4 02-24-1999 at 11:56:17 FIe: P03-33 .000 2 0= -36. For the given design choices.LJ'cos(S) Enter the above data into program FOURBAR and plot the coupler curve. Solution: DeSign choices: Ground link ratio.000 Lilk 3 (CrqJIer) in o Crossed stlJrl Theta @Open )5.5 = Coupler angle. L41Lz_ BPILz_= 2. L3:= eLR·L2 L4:= eLR·L2 L}:= GLR·L2 0'. L. determine the remaining link lengths and coupler point specification. = 2. Coupler link (3) length Rocker link (4) length Ground link (1) length AnglePAB Length AP on coupler 2./Lz. Use the data in Figure 3-21 (p. 114 and 115). 3-21.000 Lhk 4 (Ro::ker) in 10 deg )5. ~/Lz.000 in DisL from I 2. See Figures 3-16.5: eLR:= 2. and Mathcad file P0334. L2 := 2. Lhk 2 (Crllflk) Clrcuft 12.5 Common Link ratio.000 1. Cook ~No.

DESIGN OF MACHINERY

SOLUTION MANUAL 3~35-1

J?S PROBLEM

Statement:

3..,35

Design a linkage that will give a symmetrical "scimitar" shaped coupler curve as shown in Figure 3-16 (p. 114 and 115). Use the data in Figure 3~21 (p. 120) to determ ine the required link ratios and generate the coupler curve with program FOURBAR. Show that there are (or are not) true cusps on the curve. See Figures 3~16, 3-21, and Mathcad file P0334.

Solution:

Design choices:

Ground link ratio, L/~.

= 2.0:

GLR:= 2.0

=

Common link ratio, £.;1Lz = L4/ Lz Coupler angle, y:'" 144deg Crank length. L2:== 2.000 I.

BPI Lz

=

2.5:

eLR:= 2.5

For the given design choices, determine the remaining link lengths and coupler point specification. Coupler link (3) length Rocker link (4) length Ground link (I) length

AngJePAB

L3 == 5.000 L4 == 5.000

L}:= GLR·L2

S := 180·deg - y 2 AP := 2.LJ'cos(S) and plot the coupler curve.

£} == 4.000

0= 18.000deg AP

Length AP on coupler 2. Enter the above data into program FOURBAR

=

9.51I

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Unk J (Coupler)

)5.000

In

Link 4 (Rocker)

15.000 ]

In

Dim. from I 2,310 COupler PI

in

Angle from Link 3 fo Coupler pt

deg

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DESIGN OF MACHINERY

SOLUTION

MANUAL

3-35-2

3.

The points at the ends of the "scimitar" will be true cusps lithe velocity of the coupler point is zero at these points. Using FOURBAR's plotting utility, plot the magnitude and angle of the coupler point velocity vector. As seen below for the range of crank angle from 50 to 70 degrees, the magnitude of the velocity does not quite reach zero. Therefore, these are not true cusps.

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DESIGN OF MACHINERY

SOLUTION

MANUAL

3-36-1

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PROBLEM

3-36

Statement:

Given:

Find the Grashof condition, inversion, any limit positions, and the extreme values of the transmission angle (to graphical accuracy) ofthe linkage in Figure P3-10. Link lengths: Link 2 Link 4 Grashof condition function: Condition(S ,L,P,Q):= SL +- S + L PQ+-P+ Q return "Grashof" L2:= 0.785 L4:= 0.950 Link 3 Link 1 L3:= 0.356 LJ:= 0.544

if

SL < PQ

return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof"

if

SL

= PQ

otherwise

Solution:

1.

See Figure P3-1 0 and Mathcad file P0336.

Determine the Grashof condition of the mechanism from inequality 2.8 and its Barker classification from Table 2-4. Grashof condition: Barker classification: Condition(L3,L4,LJ ,L2) = "Grashof" GRCR, since the shortest link is

Class 1-3, Grashofrocker-crank-rocker, the coupler link.

2.

A GRCR linkage will have two toggle positions. Draw the linkage in these two positions and measure the input link angles. A

A 3. 4. As measured from the layout, the input link angles at the toggle positions are: +158.3 and -158.3 deg. Since the coupler link in a GRCR linkage can make a full rotation with respect to the input and output rockers, the minimum transmission angle is 0 deg and the maximum is 90 deg.

090 L9 = 2. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIBC = 1.959 = 0. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1 := 0.544 L2 = 0.OO·deg L3 := 0.356 Rocker Solution: 1.404 .090 L9 = 2.785 L4:= 0.950 03:= 180·deg .734 'Yl = 180.734 L6 = 1.01 03 = 180. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICA nONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Cognate #2 LlAC Cognate #3 L]BC = 1.09 01 := O.666 LIO = 1.544 Crank Coupler point data: L2:= 0.785 L3 = 0.0000deg 2. Using the calculated link lengths. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page). Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:=BlP L5 = 0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-37-1 J!!S PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-37 Draw the Roberts diagram and fmd the cognates for the linkage in Figure P3-1 O.000 deg A2P= 0. See Figure P3-10 and Mathcad file P0337.959 L10 = 1.1216 l-ise> -·AIP L3 L] LIAC = 1.909 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P= 0. BlP= 0.356 Ll = 1. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.619 L6= 1.6656 3.785 From the Roberts diagram.950 AlP:= 1.404 L7:=L9'- BIP AlP L8:=L6'- AlP BlP L8 = 2.122 L7 = 1. Calculate the length BP and the angle 'Yusing the law of cosines on the triangle APB.

DESIGN OF MACHINERY Rocker length Coupler point Coupler angle SOLUTION MANUAL 3-37-2 L4 = 0.. I . I I I I \ I \ I \ I I 8 \ 2 '.950 03 = 180.785 02 = 0. Cb \7 6 . . ----'T-----@> v I I I I \.090 A2P= 0.: 0. .OOOdeg 82 ~I II II II I\ II II II \ I ..909 L5 = 0.950 L8 = 2. I I \ oA3 '.734 AlP= 1.000 deg A3P.000 deg 01 = O.

356 L4 = 0.09 01 := O.785 L3 = 0. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5 = 0.2.544 Crank L2:= 0.959 L5 = 0..404 L8 = 2. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.544 L]Be = 1.959 L10:= AlP BIP AlP L10 = 1.5 + BIl.909 L7 = 1.734 Y1 := acos ( Yl = 180.666 Cognate #3 L] = 0.734 L6 = 1.950 AIP:= 1.090 L9 = 2.090 AlP BlP L9 = 2. See Figure P3-10 and Mathcad file P0338.356 Rocker Solution: 1.1216 3.COs(01))0.OO.6656 Using the calculated link lengths. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.0000deg 2.619 L8:=L6·- L8 = 2. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L] t= Coupler point data: 0.OOOdeg From the Roberts diagram.AIP. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIBe = 1.L3.950 L10 = 1..785 02 = O.deg L3 := 0.909 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P= 0.734 .122 L2 = 0.All-) 2·L3·BIP BIP= 0.785 L4:= 0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-38-1 J?S PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-38 Find the three geared fivebar cognates of the linkage in Figure P3-10. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).619 L6 = 1. t-tsc= -·AIP L3 L] LlAe = 1.404 L7:=L9·- L7 = 1.000 deg A2P:= L2 A2P= 0. BIP:= (Ll L/ + All. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Cognate #2 l-t Ac= 1.950 03 = 180.

000 deg 6 \.OOOdeg 03 = 180. \.OO·deg 83 := O.OO·deg 5.619 L8 L2 = 0.090 L8 = 2. 7 \~ \.734 = 2.950 01 = O.909 0.122 L4 = 0. .619 AlP = := 0. Enter the geared fivebar cognate #1 specifications into program FIVEBAR to get a trace of the coupler path for the geared fivebar (see next page).785 AlP= l.785 02 = 0.909 L7 = 1.OO·deg 02:= O.734 A2P= 0. \ \\ \ 0a 3 4. OAA1PB30C.785 A3P= 0.950 L5 = 0. The three geared fivebar cognates can be seen in the Roberts diagram.090 A2P= 0. SUMMARY OF GEARED FIVEBAR COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Crank length Coupler point Coupler angle LJ = 0.000 deg A3P = 0. They are: OAA2PA30B. and O#IPB20C' They are specified in the summary table below. 6.785 = 1.734 L7 = 1.090 A2P= 0.666 Cognate #3 LJBC= 1.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-38-2 Coupler point Coupler angle AlP= 1. Enter the cognate #1 specifications into program FOURBAR to get a trace of the coupler path (see next page).950 L5 Cognate #2 LlAC= 1.544 L10 = 1.090 BlP= 01 O.

090 Link 3 (Coupler) fi7es -j Link 4 (Rocker) 1360 Delta Theta deg JO. #1 of ll'lornas A. JO.785 i ...734 l Link 5 (crank) 15 Theter2 deq Dist 123 to Coup PI. 2 03-04-1999 .:. @~en OCrO$sed start Theta ISO Link 4 (Rocker) End Thetu 1'"1 deg ~.. Norton -~- COP'IrIQhl - 1998 Anirnntion Screen IniUsI Conditions ~ Circuit Ei @. Cook DesiI..ler PI. Cook DesIgn No.3to Coupler PI.Je from Lri: 3 to Coupler PI. ~. deg 1"hornas A.'ed 1fve::181" cogrrtte ------------. 4 Pr~ 3--38 ~1999 ..950 1150 Dela Theta deg DisI.0 deg nmeOeltJY [ [0 -.95O ~.7BS ~ An~ from Link 3 to Co.oo 11.from 12..J1 No..1 Oi] Gear Ratio ----------Phase Argle Jo.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-38-3 Link 1 (GI'CIU1d) ~.rapen Link 2 (Crank) QCrossed start Theta cleg End Theta 11. 1'"1 tteg Theta2 AAr.11:37:29 r 11 - deg os -----------linkage DataUnk 1 (GlI"CO"Id) FIV[BAR for Windows by R.11:37:29 fie: P03-38 .o deg )COIJIiI' CU"Ye 10r .544 i i'l Clrrut Link 2 (Crank) ~. L.

since the longest link is the ground link. and the extreme values of the transmission angle (to graphical accuracy) of the linkage in Figure P3-11.....86 Link 3 Link 1 L3:= 1.:__ .85 L]:= 2.8 and its Barker classification from Table 2-4.-_J16. the minimum transmission angle is 0 deg and the maximum is 88 deg.86 L4:= 0. .037" 88. Determine the Grashof condition of the mechanism from inequality 2. See Figure P3-11 and Mathcad file P0339.L] . Since the coupler link in an RRRI linkage it cannot make a full rotation with respect to the input and output rockers.L.20 . An RRRI linkage will have two toggle positions.P. Link lengths: Link 2 Link 4 Grashof condition function: Condition(S . RRRI.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-39-1 JfS PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-39 Find the Grashof condition.. Grashof condition: Barker classification: Condition(L2.22 if SL < PQ return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof if SL = PQ otherwise Solution: 1. the input link angles at the toggle positions are: + 116 and -116 deg.L4) = "non-Grashof" Class II-I.037 0 A~ B -----~\~ 0 O2 A / f. any limit positions. non-Grashof'triple rocker. 2. J \ Q.I__ ~B 3.L3.Q):= SL ~ S + L PQ~P+Q return "Grashof' L2:= 0. 4. Draw the linkage in these two positions and measure the input link angles. As measured from the layout.. Y--116.

All) 2·L3·BIP Y1 .618 03 = 180.: 0.520 .: 1.330 L9.5 BIP= 0. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LlBC = 0.: 0.5960 3. See Figure P3-11 and Mathcad file P0340.330 L9 L8 = = = = 0.624 L7.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-40-1 .: BIP L5.520 L4 L6:=-·BIP L3 L2 L9:=-·AIP L3 AlP BIP L6.618 L7:=L9'- BIP AlP L7= 0.242 L8:=L6'- L8 = 0.242 L6= 0. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.: L8 03 := 180·deg A3P = 0.OO·deg Solution: ].: 0.618 = 0.22 L3:= 1.220 0.000 deg From the Roberts diagram. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1 := 2.2.: 0. BlP:= ( L3 2 + AlP .6240 LlAC = 1.2S PROBLEM Statement: Given: 3-40 Draw the Roberts diagram and find the cognates for the linkage in Figure P3-11. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:.L3·AIP..618 0.86 L4:. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle AP B.242 L5 = L2 = L] L3 L4 2.000 deg A2P:= L7 02 := 180·deg A2P= 0.0000 deg 2.850 0.: 0.242 02 = 180. Using the calculated link lengths.860 L/O = 1.33 01 := O.860 1.242 LIO:= AlP L]O.596 Cognate #3 LlBC= 0.: aco { L/ BIl .86 Coupler point data: AIP:= 1.: 0. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).618 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:.cOS(01) + _2 )0. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Cognate #2 LlAC= 1.520 Y1 :.85 Crank Rocker L2:= 0.

000 deg = 180.DESIGN OF MACHINERY Coupler point Coupler angle AlP= 1.618 01 = O.000 deg .OOOdeg = 180.242 A3P 03 = 0.330 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-40-2 AlP 02 = 0.

860 l-t Ac= 1.618 L8 = 0.520 Yl = O.618 ()3 = A2P:= L7 ()2 A2P = 0.618 L7:=L9'- BIP AlP L7 = 0.850 L4 = 0.000 deg := 180·deg From the Roberts diagram.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-41-1 .624 L7= 0.596 L1Be = 0.OOOOdeg 2. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 t-isc= -·BIP L3 3.242 LiO:= AlP LiO = 1. 1999 Li = 2.5960 Using the calculated link lengths.85 Crank Rocker L2:= 0. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= BIP L5 = 0.330 L9 = 0. Li := 2.5 BlP= 0.618 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:= L8 ()3 A3P= 0. BlP:= ( L3 2 + AIr _2 .220 L2 = 0.618 .520 LiO = 1.242 02 = 180. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler Solution: 1.242 L6= 0.OO·deg See Figure P3-11 and Mathcad file P0341.000deg := 180·deg 180.6240 Li LlAe:= -·AIP L3 t-uc = 1.L3·AlP. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).cOS()1)) '\ 0.R5 PROBLEM 3-41 Statement: Given: Find the three geared fivebar cognates of the linkage in Figure P3-11.242 LS:=L6'- AlP BIP LS = 0.2.33 ()l := O.22 L3:= 1.860 L3 = 1.330 L9 = 0.520 L6= 0. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Cognare#2 Cognare#3 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length 2nd Edition.86 Coupler point data: AlP:= 1. Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates. Li t-isc= 0.86 L4:= 0.242 L5 = 0. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.

The three geared fivebar cognates can be seen in the Roberts diagram.OO·deg 01 := O.618 L7= 0.242 AlP = L8 = L7 0. O~IPA30C' 0llhPA20C.000 deg A3P = 0. They are: 0AB2PB30B.860 = 0.860 AlP L8 = 1.000 deg 4.520 0.618 = = 1.000 deg 01 = 0.220 LlO = 1. Enter the cognate #1 specifications into program FOURBAR to get a trace of the coupler path (see next page) Enter the geared fivebar cognate #1 specifications into program FIVEBAR to get a trace of the coupler path for the geared fivebar (see next page). 2nd Edition.860 0.596 Cognate #3 LJBC= 0.330 A2P= 0242 02 = 180. 6. SUMMARY OF GEARED FIVEBAR COGNATE SPECIFICA nONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank: length Coupler length Rocker length Crank: length Coupler point Coupler angle LJ = 2.330 BJP= 0.520 03 := O.860 0. 1999 .520 = = = 0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-41-2 Coupler point Coupler angle AlP= 1.242 0.860 = 0.624 L4 and = 0.618 03 = 180.330 LS = 0. The three geared fivebar cognates are summarized in the table below.330 L2 L4 LS L2 Cognate #2 LlAC= L2 1.OO·deg 5.OO·deg 02 := O.

-- lilt 13:54:55 - . 3 Q3.nimation Screen )2. P03-41 2nd Edition.520 Dist 123 to Coup PI deg 10.04.310 Coopter PI 1115 DeHa Theta 15 deg 11.l!falContWoD~Cirelli II • FIVE BAR for Windows l:.2 I 03-04-1999 III: 13:54:55 ~CUf'l'e lor lourb8r CO!J'I8te'" in Problem -3-411 £J In.oo deg Desg..220 j (io~ LInk 2 (Crank) o Crossed start Thetll f11S End Thetll deg [1.. L Norlon· Copyright 1998 t>. 1999 .860 In Dist.0 Ti'lomIta A.850 in o Crossed Link 3 (ColJpler) In st6ll1 Theta f11S End Theta Link" (Rocker) l deg ~..DESIGN OF MACHINERY III FOURBAR for 'l.-.8ao 10.i[]J:Iage DQI:aLink 1 (Ground) by R..660 11.220 Link 2 (Crank) SOLUTION MANUAL 3-41·3 bs' R.-~------~~g9-0am~ Link 1 (Grourtd) 12.---------- - Filer. lrom 12.-.ton .No. L.COP'Itight ~~--~~-~---1999 I ---- Animation --------- Scseen £i Q Centrodes 1 Q.00 Gear Ratio ' Angle Irom Link :3 to Coupler PI deg J1..one Circuit @Open in 10.1999 !ClJl4IIer curve for gea-ed fi¥ebnr COQI1IIIe 11 in Problem 3-41 -.860 Link 5 (Crme) 15 deg 10.330 j link 3 (Coupler) 10.330 in deg Angle tram L1nk 3 to Coupler PI ~.. No. Cook Desl!J'l No.I/1ndows ~~.860 Li1t 4 (Rocker) 1115 Dena Theta deg 10..

72 L4:= 0.SOLUTION MANUAL 3-42-1 liS PROBLEM 3-42 Statement: Find the Grashof condition.4 deg. RRRI.Q):= SL -+. the input link angles at the toggle positions are: +55. non-Grashoftriple ground link. and the extreme values of the transmission angle (to graphical accuracy) of the linkage in Figure P3-12.68 LJ:= 1. rocker. any limit positions.4 and -55.L. As measured from the layout. since the longest link is the 2.8 and its Barker classification from Table 2-4. Draw the linkage in these two positions and measure the input link angles.85 Link 3 Link 1 L3:= 0. Link lengths: Link 2 Link 4 Grashof condition function: Condition(S . See Figure P3-I2 and Mathcad file P0342. Since the coupler link in an RRRl linkage it cannot make a full rotation with respect to the input and output rockers. Determine the Grashof condition of the mechanism from inequality 2. An RRRl linkage will have two toggle positions.L2 . 1999 .S + L PQ-+-P+ Q L2:= 0. 2nd Edition. the minimum transmission angle is 0 deg and the maximum is 88.L4) = "non-Grashof" Class II-I. Grashof condition: Barker classification: Condition(L3. 3.8 deg.82 Given: return "Grashof" if SL < PQ if SL = PQ otherwise return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashof" Solution: 1.P. L 1 . 4.

000 deg From the Roberts diagram.792 Yl := acos ( + Bl. calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 LIBC = 2.68 Coupler point data: Crank Rocker L2:= 0. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L/ := 1.85 AlP:= 0.82 L3 := 0.cos(Ot)) L/ Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle APB.850 03 ee AlP = 0.839 L8:=L6'- L8 es 1. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate#1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length L1 L2 Cognate#2 LlAC= 2. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).990 L5 = 0. Using the calculated link lengths.839 L6= 0.720 0.72 L4:= 0.680 0.720 82.792 = L8 . Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.850 = 2.0315deg 2.792 L6 = 0.deg Solution: 1.0. 2 _2 . .820 0. See Figure P3-12 and Mathcad file P0343.5 BlP:= ( L3 + AlP .97 01 := 54.5962 3.990 L/O:= AlP LIO = 0.596 L10 Cognate#3 LIBC = 1.970 AlP BlP L7:=L9'- BlP AlP L7= 0.212 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P= 0.2.All] 2·L3·BlP 11 = 82.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-43-1 J?S PROBLEM 3-43 Statement: Given: Draw the Roberts diagram and find the cognates for the linkage in Figure P3-12.027 = 1.121 = L3 = L4 = 0. BlP= 0.0. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5:= BlP L5 = 0.1208 LI LlAC:= -·AlP L3 L1AC = 2.970 L9 = 1.212 L7= 0.032 deg 02 = -54.L3·AlP.

10 .850 01 = 54.970 A2P 02 = 0.000 deg = -54.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-43-2 Coupler point Coupler angle AlP= 0. / I 5 \ \ .720 A3P 03 = 0.000 deg = 82.032 deg \1BC .

2 _2 BIP:= ( L3 + AIr .121 L7= 0. Link lengths: Ground link Coupler L1 t= 1.000 deg From the Roberts diagram. SUMMARY OF COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length L1 = 1. Note that the diagram is made up of three parallelograms and three similar triangles L5 = 0.L3·AIP. draw the Roberts diagram (see next page).212 Calculate the coupler point data for cognates #2 and #3 A3P:= L4 03:= Yl A3P= 0.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-44-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-44 Find the three geared fivebar cognates of the linkage in Figure P3-12.596 L10 = 0.990 L1O:= AlP L10 = 0.792 L6= 0.027 L7:=L9'- BIP AlP L7 = 0.97 01 := 54.1208 t-uc = 2.970 L9 = 1.720 L3 = 0.5962 3.820 L2 = 0. Calculate the length BP and the angle y using the law of cosines on the triangle AP B.839 L8:=L6'- AlP BIP L8 1.212 = 0.680 L4 = 0.792 ri 2.032 deg = -54. > aco { Ll + BIP2 .792 . calculate the ground link lengths for cognates #2 and #3 L1Re= 2.031Sdeg Use the Cayley diagram (see Figure 3-24) to calculate the link lengths of the two cognates.deg Statement: Given: Solution: I.990 L5 t-uc= 2. Using the calculated link lengths.027 L8 = 1.850 Cognate #2 Cognate #3 L1Be= 2.839 L6= 0.72 L4:= 0.85 Coupler point data: AIP:= 0.AlP'-] 2·L3·BIP n= 82.850 03 = A2P:= L2 A2P= 0.82 L3 := 0.68 Crank Rocker L2:= 0.2.0. See Figure P3-12 and Mathcad file P0344.720 02 82.5 BIP= 0.eos(01) )0.970 L9 = = 1.

Theyare: °BB1PB20C' SUMMARY OF GEARED FIVEBAR COGNATE SPECIFICATIONS: Cognate #1 Cognate #2 0AA2PA30B.839 L8 = 1. O~IPB30C' and Cognate #3 Ground link length Crank length Coupler length Rocker length Crank length Coupler point Coupler angle L1 = 1. The three geared fivebar cognates can be seen in the Roberts diagram.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-44-2 Coupler point Coupler angle AlP 01 = = 0.720 01 := O.850 L5 = 0.970 1.OO·deg 03 := O.OO·deg 5.850 L5 = 0.792 = L7 = 0.839 AlP= 0.720 02 = -54.596 L2 = 0.000deg \ 7 \ \ \ 1BC \ \ 5 4 \ \ 4.792 L7 = 0.032 deg 54.820 LJO = 0. 6.OO·deg L1AC= 2.970 A2P= 0.970 A2P = 0.720 A3P= 0.970 02 := O.212 BlP= 0. . Enter the cognate #1 specifications into program FOURBAR to get a trace of the coupler path (see next page).720 AlP= L8 0.000 deg A3P = 0.212 LJBC = 2.121 L4 = 0.850 03 = 82.792 A2P= 0. Enter the geared fivebar cognate #1 specifications into program FIVEBAR to get a trace of the coupler path for the geared fivebar (see next page).

oo deg Gear Ratio h·o Thomas A.720 Angle Irom Link 3 to Coupler PI p.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-44-3 Crossed Link 3 (Coupler. Cook DesVlNo.720 10 End Them deg Link 4 (Rocker) ~. 1 03-04-1999 lit 14:30:51 JC(kiIieI' curve for fourber cogl8Ie" il Problem 3-441 Link 2 (Crank) tJ·970 Link 3 (Coupler) start Thets tJ.850 Link 5 (Crank) ~.4:30:51 FIe: P03-44 .3to Coupler PI Delta Theta Thete2 Thomas A. Cook DesI!Jl No. from 12..850 n Iss 15 deg Disl.6BO Link 4 (Rocker) n deg End Theta .3 03-04-1999 . ~.792 Dim 123 to Coup PI J 80 deg 15 Delta Theta deg E.

always parallel. therefore. 5. and 10. 7. Therefore. o~lPA2' 0CB2PB?. link 7 has the same angular velocity as links 9 and 2.. and links 4. Since 0 ~ I and A2P have identical changes in angle. therefore. . OCB3 (link 7) and B2P are opposite sides of a parallelogram and are. Angular velocity is the change in angle per unit time.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-45-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-45 Prove that the relationships between the angular velocities of various links in the Roberts diagram as shown in Figure 3-25 (p. their angular velocities are identical.> and O#lPA3 are parallelograms for any position oflink 2 . 3. Any change in the angle of 0 AA I (link 2) will result in an identical change in the angle of A2P. Statement: Given: Proof: 1. A 2P is a line on link 9 and all lines on a rigid body have the same angular velocity. 0 AA1 and A 2P are opposite sides of a parallelogram and are. and 8.6. 5. 6. Therefore. 4. link 9 has the same angular velocity as link 2. 8. 2. always parallel. B2P is a line on link 9 and all lines on a rigid body have the same angular velocity. 125) are true. The same argument holds for links 3.

In the solution below 06 was placed 20 units from the left edge of the base. Draw a circle about 06 with a radius of one-half the length CIC2 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as DI and D2. 4.000 L4 = 110.764 L2b = 40. Bisect these lines and extend their perpendicular bisectors into the base.000.000. 6. Add a driver dyad to limit its motion to the range of positions shown. L2:= 130 L2b:= 40 Length of link 4 Connect the end points of the two given positions of the lineAB with construction limes. Draw a construction line through C 1C 2 and extend it to the left. 7.000 and 04B to be L4 = 110. In the solution below the radius was measured as 23. C. I L__ ~__ ~__ ~ ~__ j . This resulted in a ground-link-length 0204 for the fourbar of27. making it a sixbar. The driver fourbar is now defined as 02CD06 with link lengths Link 6 (crank) Link 5 (coupler) Link Ib (ground) Link 2b (rocker) L6:= 23. i.) In the solution below the distance 02C was selected to be L2b = 40. The fourbar stage is now defined as 02AB04 with link lengths Ground link la Link 3 (coupler) Lia := 27. 2.080. 3. All fixed pivots should be on the base.003 L5:= 106.e. respectively. 8.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-46-1 ~ PROBLEM 3-46 Design a fourbar linkage to move the object in Figure P3-13 from position 1 to 2 using points A and B for attaclunent.000 5. In the solution below the distances O~ was selected to be L2 = 130. 9. and A.866 LIb:= 111. lines from Al toA2 andBI toB2.080 L3 = Link 2 (input) Link 4 (output) L2 = 130.000 See Figure P3-13 and Mathcad file P0346. Statement: Given: Solution: Design choices: Length oflink 2 Length of link 2b 1.. Select one point on each bisector and label them O2 and OA.003 units. Length of coupler link: L3:= 52.000 . (Note that link 2 is now a ternary link with nodes at O2.000 52. Select a point on link 2 (02A) at a suitable distance from O2 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it C.. Select a point on this line and call it 06.

866 SL ~ S PQ~P+ +L Q return "Grashoff if SL < PQ return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashoff Condition = "Grashoff if SL = PQ otherwise .003 L = 111.764 Other links P:=L2b Q:=LS P Q = 40. Use the link lengths in step 9 to find the Grashoff condition of the driving fourbar (it must be Grashoff and the shortest link must be link 6). Shortest link Longest link Condition := S := L6 S = 23.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-46-2 10.000 = L := L 1b 106.

4. lines from A2 toA3 andB2 toB3• Bisect these lines and extend their perpendicular bisectors into the base. 3.425 L4b = 40. making it a sixbar.480 units..000 .e. Draw a circle about 06 with a radius of one-half the length CjC2 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as D2 and D3• In the solution below the radius was measured as 10. 8.) In the solution below the distance 04C was selected to be L4b = 40. C. The fourbar stage is now defined as 02ABO4 with link lengths Ground link 1a Link 3 (coupler) LIa := 111.000 and 04B to be L4 = 225. i. Draw a construction line through C2C3 and extend it downward. Select one point on each bisector and label them 02 and 04• respectively.000 . 7.977 LIb:= 92. 2. Select a point on link 4 (04B) at a suitable distance from 04 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it C.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-47-1 _g PROBLEM 3-47 Statement: Design a fourbar linkage to move the object in Figure P3-13 from position 2 to 3 using points A and B for attachment.000 5.000 L4 = 225. Given: Solution: Design choices: Length oflink 2 Length oflink 4b I.000. This resulted in a ground-link-length 0204 for the fourbar of111. 9. Select a point on this line and call it 06• In the solution below 06 was placed 20 units from the bottom of the base. (Note that link 4 is now a ternary link with nodes at 04. and B. In the solution below the distances 00 was selected to be L2 = 130. All flxed pivots should be on the base. The driver fourbar is now defmed as 04CD06 with link lengths Link 6 (crank) Link 5 (coupler) Link Ib (ground) Link 4b (rocker) L6:= 10. Add a driver dyad to limit its motion to the range of positions shown. L2:= 130 L4b:= 40 Length oflink 4 L4:= 225 Connect the end points of the two given positions of the lineAR with construction limes.758. 6.000 See Figure P3-13 and Mathcad file P0347.480 L5:= 83. Length of coupler link: L3:= 52.000 Link 2 (input) Link 4 (output) L2 = 130.758 L3 = 52.

DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-47-2 10. Use the link lengths in step 9 to find the Grashoffcondition shortest link must be link 6).425 Q:=L5 Q = 83.977 if SL < PQ if SL = PQ otherwise return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashoff" Condition = "Grashoff" . Shortest link Longest link Conditian :« S := L6 L := LIb SL ~ S + L PQ~P+Q return "Grashoff" S = 10.000 92.480 L = of the driving fourbar (it must be Grashoffand the Other links P := L4b P = 40.

and call it link 4. making it a sixbar. . Line 0204 is link I (ground link for the fourbar). The fourbar is now defmed as 02AB04 and has link lengths of Ground link la Link 3 LJa:= 20. Length oflink 4b Given: Solution: Design choices: Draw linkAB in its three design positionsAIBl. 1. 3. Line AIBI is link 3. Connect O2 with A I and call it link 2. Length of coupler link: L3:= 52.736 L3 = 52.DESIGN OF MACHINERY ~ PROBLEM 3-48 SOLUTION MANUAL 3-48-1 Statement: Design a fourbar linkage to move the object in Figure P3-13 through the three positions shown using points A and B for attachment. 5. Label the intersection 04.000 Link 2 Link 4 L2 := 127.A~3 in the plane as shown. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for lines BIB2 and B2B3.287 L4:= 120.254 / A I I I -----------------_j 7.000 See Figure P3-13 and Mathcad file P0348. Note that any Grashof condition is potentially acceptable in this case.A2B2. Connect 04 with B. Draw construction lines from point Al toA2 and from pointA2 toA3• Bisect line A IA2and line A2A3 and extend their perpendicular bisectors until they intersect. 6. Check the Grashof condition. Label their intersection 02. Add a driver dyad to limit its motion to the range of positions shown. 4. All fixed pivots should be on the base. 2.

Llb.Q):== SL ~ S + L PQ~P+Q return "Grashoff" if SL < PQ if SL return "Special Grashof" return "non-Grashoff" = PQ otherwise 8. 9. Select a point on link 4 (04B) at a suitable distance from 04 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it C. Draw a circle about 06 with a radius of one-half the length C 1C3 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as D} and D3• In the solution below the radius was measured as L6:= 45. 12. and B.000 13. Condition(L6.) In the solution above the distance 04C was selected to be L4b == 50.L5) == "Grashoff . The driver fourbar is now defined as 04CD06 with link lengths Link 6 (crank) Link 5 (coupler) L6 == 45.719. (Note that link 4 is now a ternary link with nodes at 04. In the solution above 06 was placed 20 units from the left edge of the base.875 Link lb (ground) LIb:== 128.L.P. Select a point on this line and call it 06. 11.000 . C.719 L5:==126.545 Link 4b (rocker) L4b == 50.L4b. Use the link lengths in step 12 to find the Grashoff condition of the driving fourbar (it must be Grashoff and the shortest link must be link 6). 10.DESIGN OF MACHINERY SOLUTION MANUAL 3-48-2 Condition(S . Draw a construction line through C}C 3 and extend it to the left.

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PROBLEM 3-49 Design a fourbar linkage to move the object in Figure P3-14 from position 1 to 2 using points A and B for attachment. Add a driver dyad to limit its motion to the range of positions shown, making it a sixbar. All fixed pivots should be on the base. Length of coupler link: L3:= 86.000 See Figure P3-14 and Mathcad file P0349.

Statement:

Given: Solution:

Design choices: Length of link 2 Length oflink 2b 1. 2. 3. L2:= 125 L4b:= 50 Length of link 4

Connect the end points of the two given positions of the lineAB with construction limes, i.e., lines from andBl toB2• Bisect these lines and extend their perpendicular bisectors into the base.

a, toA2

Select one point on each bisector and label them O2 and 04• respectively. In the solution below the distances O~ was selected to be L2 = 125.000 and 04B to be L4 == 140.000. This resulted in a ground-link-length 0204 for the fourbar of97.195.

4.

The fourbar stage is now defined as 02ABO 4 with link lengths Ground link la Link 3 (coupler) LIa:= 97.195 L3 = 86.000 Link 2 (input) Link 4 (output) L2 = 125.000

L4 = 140.000

5.

Select a point on link 4 (O~) at a suitable distance from 04 as the pivot point to which the driver dyad will be connected and label it C. (Note that link 4 is now a ternary link with nodes at 04, C, and B.) In the solution below the distance 04C was selected to be L4b = 50.000 . Draw a construction line through C1C2 and extend it to the left. Select a point on this line and call it 06, In the solution below 06 was placed 20 units from the left edge of the base. Draw a circle about 06 with a radius of one-half the length ClC2 and label the intersections of the circle with the extended line as Dl and D2• In the solution below the radius was measured as 25.808 units. The driver fourbar is now defined as 04CD06 with link lengths Link 6 (crank) Link 5 (coupler) Link lb (ground) Link 4b (rocker) L6:::; 25.808 L5:==130.479 LIb:= 137.327

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