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III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2004

KINEMATICS OF MACHINES

(Common to Mechanical Engineering (production) and Mechatronics)

1

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

---

b) Explain various inversions of single and double slider crank chains.

equations.

3. In a worth whit quick return motion, the crank AB rotates about the fixed

centre A. The end B operates a slider reciprocating in a slotted link, rotating

about a fixed centre D, 5 cm vertically above A. The crank AB which is 10

cm long, rotates in a clockwise direction at a speed of 100 r.p.m. Find the

angular acceleration of a slotted link for the configuration in which AB has

turned through an angle of 450 past its lowest position.

b) Sketch a quick return motion of the crank and slotted lever type and explain

the procedure of drawing the velocity and acceleration diagram, for any given

configuration of the mechanism by instantaneous centre method.

5.a) Describe the working of Davis steering gear mechanism giving neat sketch.

Derive the condition for correct steering of the above mechanism.

b) The Distance between the steering pivots of a Davis Steering gear is 1.3m. The

wheel base is 2.75 metres. What will be the inclination of the track arms to the

longitudinal axis of the vehicle if it is moving in a straight path.

6. Draw the profile of a cam operating a knife edged follower from the following

data.

a) It lifts the follower through 3.75 cm during its 60° rotation with S.H.M.

b) The follower remains at rest for next 40° rotation of the cam.

c) The follower then descents to its original position during 90° rotation of the cam

with S.H.M.

d) The follower remains at rest for the rest of the revolution. The least radius of the

cam is 5 cm. If the cam rotates at 300 RPM. Find the maximum velocity and

acceleration of the follower during ascent and descent. The axis of the follower

passes through the axis of the cam shaft.

(Contd…2)

Code No: RR-310304 -2- Set No: 1

7.a) Derive the formula for the length of the path of contact for two meshing spur

gear having involute profile.

b) Find graphically, the length of the path of contact when pinion with 18 teeth

meshes with an internally toothed wheel with 72 teeth, when the pressure

angle is 200, module pitch is 4 mm and the addenda of pinion and wheel are

8.7 mm and 3.7 mm respectively.

b) In a reverted gear train, as show in fig.3 two shafts A and B are in the same

straight line and are geared together through an intermediate parallel shaft C.

The gears connecting the shafts A and C have a module of 2 mm and those

connecting the shafts C and B have a module of 4.5 mm. The speed of shaft A

is to be about but greater than 12 times the speed of shaft B, and the ratio at

each reduction is same. Find suitable number of teeth for gears. The number of

teeth of each gear is to be a minimum but not less than 16. Also find the exact

velocity ratio and the distance of shaft C from A and B.

=+=+=

Set No.

Code No: RR-310304

III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2004

KINEMATICS OF MACHINES

(Common to Mechanical Engineering (production) and Mechatronics)

2

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

---

1.a) State the difference between the closed and unclosed pairs giving examples in

each case.

b) What is a Kinematics chain? How is it formed from the links?

necessary equation.

3.a) Define rubbing velocity at a in joint. What will be the rubbing velocity at

pin joint when the two links move in the same and opposite directions?

b) A Petrol engine has a stroke of 36 cm and a connecting rod 90 cm. At

certain instant, the crank makes an angle of 300 from the inner dead centre

while rotating at 240 r.p.m in clockwise direction and has an angular

acceleration of 500 rad/ S2. Determine the following:

i) Velocity and acceleration of piston.

ii) Angular velocity and angular acceleration of connecting rod.

iii) Velocity and acceleration of the point on the connecting rod 40 cm

from the centre of the big end bearing.

b) The stroke of a steam engine is 15 cm and the connecting rod is 30 cm in

length. Determine the velocity and acceleration of the piston when the crank

has made 450 measured from the inner dead centre and rotates at 600 r.p.m.

Also calculate the velocity and acceleration of point p, 5 cm on the connecting

rod produced from the junction of the crank. Use instantaneous centre method.

5. For two shafts connected by a Hooke’s joint show that if shaft 1 has uniform

angular velocity ω1, the angular acceleration of shaft 2 is given by:

∂ω 2 ω12 cos α . sin 2 α . sin 2 θ1

=

∂t ( )

1 − sin 2 α . cos 2 θ1

where θ1 is the angle of rotation of shaft 1 from the position where its forked

end in the plane containing the shaft, and α is the angle of deviation of the

drive.

(Contd…2)

Code No: RR-310304 -2- Set No: 2

2.5cm. The follower axis is offset by 2.5 cm to the right. The least radius of

the cam is 5 cm and the stroke of the follower is 5 cm. Ascent and descent

both take place by uniform acceleration and retardation. Ascent takes place

during 75° and descent during 90° of cam rotation. Dwell between ascent and

descent is 60°. Draw and acceleration diagram and mark salient values.

7. Two gears in mesh have a module of 8 mm and pressure angle of 200. The

larger gear has 57 teeth while pinion has 23 teeth. If the addenda on pinion

and gear wheel are equal to one module. Determine (i) the number of pairs of

teeth in contact. (ii) The angles of action of the pinion and the gear wheel

(iii) theratio of the sliding velocity to the rolling velocity at the beginning of

engagement, at the pitch point and at the end of engagement.

b) A pinion A has 15 teeth and is rigidly fixed to a motor shaft. The wheel B has

20 teeth and gears with A and also with the fixed annular wheel D. The pinion

C has 15 teeth and is fixed to the wheel B and gears with annular wheel E

which is keyed to a machine shaft. B and C can rotate together on a pin carried

by an arm, which rotates about the shaft on which A is fixed. If the motor runs

at 1000 rpm, find the speed of the machine.

=+=+=

Set No.

Code No: RR-310304

III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2004

KINEMATICS OF MACHINES

(Common to Mechanical Engineering (production) and Mechatronics)

3

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

---

1. What is the difference between quick return motion of crank and slotted lever

type and that of Whitworth type? What is the ratio of time taken on cutting and

return strokes?

dimensions to the links and find in each case what force acting at P

perpendicular to O P will be required to balance a force of W kg acting at Q

along the locus of P.

for determining its magnitude. How do you find its direction for any given

direction of crank rotation.

crank mechanism. Hence show that acceleration of the position of an engine at

inner and outer dead center positions is given by

1 1

f p = ω 2 r 1 + and f p = ω 2 r 1 − respectively

n n

Where fp = acceleration of piston

ω = angular velocity of crank

r = crank radius

L = length of connecting rod,

L

and n =

r

5. The driving shaft of a Hooke’s joint has a uniform angular speed of 300 r.p.m.

Determine the maximum permissible angle between the axes of the shaft to

permit a maximum variation in speed of the driven shaft by 6% of the mean

speed.

6. From the following data, draw the profile of a cam in which the follower moves

with simple harmonic motion during ascent while it moves with uniform velocity

motion during descent :Least radius of cam = 50mm; Angle of ascent = 48°;

Angle of dwell between ascent and descent = 42°; Angle of descent = 60°; Lift

of follower = 40mm; Diameter of roller = 30mm; Distance between the line of

action of follower and the axis of cam = 20mm.If the cam rotates at 360 r.p.m.

anticlockwise, find the maximum velocity and acceleration of the follower

during descent.

(Contd…2)

Code No: RR-310304 -2- Set No: 3

7.a) Explain the term interference. What is the necessary condition for no

interference?

b) Two 200 involute spur gears have a module of 6 mm. The larger wheel has

36 teeth and the pinion has 16 teeth. If the addendum were equal to one

module, will the interference occur? What will be the effect if the number

of teeth on the pinion is reduced to 14?

Meshing with A is a wheel B which drives wheel D through and idle wheel C,

D being concentric with A. Wheels B and C are carried on an arm which

revolves clockwise at 100 rpm about the axis of A and D. If the wheels B and

D have 25 and 40 teeth respectively find the number of teeth on C and the

speed and sense of rotation of C.

=+=+=

Set No.

Code No: RR-310304

III B.Tech. I-Semester Regular Examinations, November-2004

KINEMATICS OF MACHINES

(Common to Mechanical Engineering (production) and Mechatronics)

4

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

---

1.a) What is an inversion of a mechansim.

b) Give sketches and brief descriptions of each of the three mechanisms derived

from the double crank chain by fixing different links.

2. Two bars OA and O1B are joined by a coupler AB to form a simple watt

mechanism. When the mechanism is in its mean position, the lines OA and

O1B are perpendicular to AB. If OA = 12Cm O1B= 18Cm and AB = 9Cm,

find the position of point P on connecting link which gives the best straight

line motion and draw the complete path traced out by this point when the levas

move through the whole range of their motion.

By using Klein’s construction determine the velocity and acceleration of

piston, angular acceleration of connecting rod, velocity and acceleration of a

point X on connecting rod located at its mid point, when the crank has turned

through 450 from IDC clockwise and is rotating at 240 r.p.m.

4. In a Whitworth quick return motion, a crank AB rotates about the fixed center

A. The end B operates a slider reciprocating in a slotted link, rotating about a

fixed center D, 5 cm vertically above A. The crank AB which is 10 cm long,

rotates in a clockwise direction at speed of 100 rpm. Find the angular

acceleration of a slotted link for the configuration in which AB has turned

through an angle of 45 degrees past its lowest position.

5. A car with a track of 145 cm and a wheelbase of 280 cm has a steering gear

mechanism of Ackermann type. The distance between the front stub axle

pivots is 130 cm. The length of each track arm is 15 cm and the length of the

track rod is 120 cm. Find the radius of curvature of the path followed by the

rear side front wheel when the steering is correct and the car is turning to left.

130

Hint: (i) Find cot Ф – cot θ = = 0.465 ii) Draw the mechanism

280

for various values of θ say θ = 50, 100, 150,..500 and measure the corresponding

values of Ф iii) Find cot Ф – cot θ for each value of θ iv)Plot cot Ф – cot

θ on Y axis and θ on X axis. v) On Y axis locate a point ‘A’ corresponding to

cot Ф – cot θ = 0.465 and then locate a point on X axis corresponding to this

point A. Say this point on X axis is θ A vi) Then locate instantaneous center I

corresponding to θA vii) Measure the distance of I from the front inner wheel

B. Then I B is the radius of curvature.

(Contd…2)

Code No: RR-310304 -2- Set No: 4

offset roller follower with a uniform and equal acceleration and retardation on

both the outward and return strokes. The angle of ascent, the angle of dwell

(between ascent and descent) and the angle of descent is 120°, 60° and 90°

respectively. The follower dwells for the rest of cam rotation. The least radius of

the cam is 50mm, the lift of the follower is 25 mm and the diameter of the roller

is 10mm. The line of stroke of the follower is offset by 20mm from the axis of

the cam. Draw the cam profile and find the maximum velocity and acceleration

of the follower during the outstroke.

7.a) Derive an expression for minimum number of teeth (T) on the wheel if

interference is to be avoided between two mating gears. Also find the above

expression if gear ratio is 1.

b) Two 200 involute spur gears mesh externally and give a velocity ratio of 3.

Module is 3 mm and the addendum is equal to 1.1 module. If the pinion

rotates at 120 rpm, determine (i) the minimum number of teeth on each wheel

to avoid interference. (ii) The number of pairs of teeth in contact.

8. A speed reduction gear between two shafts having the same axis consists of an

epicyclic train as follows: Wheel A is keyed on the driving shaft. Wheel B

gears with A and also with a fixed annular wheel C. Wheels B and D are fixed

to the common spindle which is carried by an arm which can rotate about the

axis of the wheel A and the wheel D gears with an annular wheel E which is

keyed to the driven shaft. If E has 20, B has 24 and D has 16 teeth and all

teeth have the same pitch, find the velocity ratio of the two shafts.

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