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M.P.NACHIMUTHU M.JAGANATHAN ENGINEERING COLLEGE

An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution

SUDHANANDHEN KALVI NAGAR

CHENNIMALAI, ERODE 638 112.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

INTERNAL TEST-II

Subject Code &Name: ME6401 & Kinematics of machinery Semester: IV

Date: 28.02.2017 Branch : Mechanical(B)

Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes Max. Marks : 50

Answer all questions

PART A (10 X 2 = 20 Marks)

1. Define cam.

2. Define pitch curve.

3. Define the following terms as applied in Cams.

(a) Base circle (b) Pitch circle (c) Prime circle.

4. Define Rubbing velocity at a pin joint.

5. What is reverted gear train?

6. What is meant by epicyclic gear train?

7. Classify different types of follower.

8. For what purpose frame is used in cam and follower mechanism.

9. Name the three necessary elements of a cam mechanism.

10. What is meant by instantaneous centre of rotation?

PART B (3 X 10 = 30 Marks)

11. a).In the toggle mechanism shown in fig., the slider D is constrained to move on a

horizontal path. The crank OA is rotating in the counter clockwise direction at a speed of 180

r.p.m increasing at the rate of 50 rad/s2.The dimensions of the various links are as follows.

OA=180 mm; CB=240mm; AB=360mm; and BD=540mm.

For the given configuration, determine (i) the angular velocity of the slider D ;( ii) the angular

velocity and angular acceleration of the links AB,BC and BD; and (iii) the linear acceleration

of the slider D.

(Or)

11. b).In a four-bar chain ABCD, link AD is fixed and the crank AB rotates at 10 rad/s

clockwise.Lengths of links are AB = 60 mm;BC=CD=70 mm;DA=120 mm.When angle

DAB=60o and both B and C lie on the same side of AD,find(1)angular velocities of BC and

CD;and (2) angular acceleration of BC and CD.

12. a).From the following data draw the profile of a cam in which the follower moves with

SHM during ascent while it moves with uniformly accelerated and decelerated motion during

descent. Least radius of the cam = 50 mm; Angle of ascent = 48; Angle of dwell= 42; Angle

of descent= 60; Lift of the follower= 40 mm; Diameter of the roller= 30 mm.

(Or)

12. b).A cam, with a minimum radius of 50 mm, rotating clockwise at a uniform speed, is

required to given a knife-edged follower the motion as described below: (a) To move

outwards through 40 mm during 100 rotation of the cam; (b) to dwell for next 80 (c) To

return to its starting position during next 90 and (d) To dwell for the rest period of

revolution. Draw the profile of the cam (i) When the line of stroke of the follower passes

through the centre of the cam shaft and (ii) When the line of stroke of the follower is to take

place with Uniform acceleration and uniform retardation.

13. a).It is required to set out the profile of a cam to give the following motion to the

reciprocating follower with a flat contact surface: (i) Follower to have a stroke of 20 mm

during 120 of cam rotation, (ii) Follower to dwell for 30 of cam rotation, (iii) Follower to

return to its initial position during 120 of cam rotation, (iv) Follower to dwell for remaining

90 of cam rotation. The minimum radius of the cam is 25 mm. The out stroke of the

follower is performed with SHM and return stroke with equal uniform acceleration and

retardation.

(Or)

13. b).Draw the profile of a cam operating a roller reciprocating follower and with the

following data: Minimum radius of cam =25 mm; lift=30mm; Roller diameter= 15mm. The

cam lifts the follower for 120 with SHM, followed by a dwell period of 30. Then the

follower lowers down during 150 of cam rotation with uniform acceleration and

retardation followed by a dwell period.

Reg. No.

M.P.NACHIMUTHU M.JAGANATHAN ENGINEERING COLLEGE

An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution

SUDHANANDHEN KALVI NAGAR

CHENNIMALAI, ERODE 638 112.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

INTERNAL TEST-II

Subject Code &Name: ME6401 & Kinematics of machinery Semester: IV

Date: 02.03.2017 Branch : Mechanical(A)

Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes Max. Marks : 50

Answer all questions

PART A (10 X 2 = 20 Marks)

1. Distinguish normal component and tangential component of acceleration.

2. State the advantages of cam mechanism.

3. Define circular pitch and module.

4. State law of gearing.

5. List any four types of cam followers.

6. Define (a) pitch circle and (b) Diametral pitch.

7. What are the advantages of roller follower than knife edge follower?

8. What are the classifications of cam based on contact surfaces?

9. State the basic requirements for high speed cams.

10. What are high speed cams? Give examples.

PART B (3 X 10 = 30 Marks)

11. a).PQRS is a four-bar chain with link PS fixed. The lengths of the links are PQ=62.5mm;

QR=175 mm;RS=175 mm;RS=112.5mm;and PS=200 mm.The crank PQ rotates at 10 rad/s

clockwise.Draw the velocity and acceleration diagram when angle QPS=60 O and Q and R lie

on the same side of PS.Find the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the links QS and

RS.

(Or)

11. b).In the mechanism as shown in fig., the crank OA rotates at 20 revolutions per minutes

anticlockwise and gives motion to the sliding blocks B and D.The dimensions of the various

links are OA = 300 mm; AB=1200 mm, BC=450 mm and CD=450 mm.For the given

configuration, determine (i) the velocity of sliding at B and D,(ii) angular velocity of CD,(iii)

linear acceleration of D and (iv) angular acceleration of CD.

12. a).Draw the profile of the disc cam to give uniform acceleration and retardation outstroke

of 25 mm to a knife-edge follower during first half of revolution. Return of cam also takes

place with uniform motion during remaining half of cam revolution. Assume minimum radius

of cam as 25mm.

(Or)

12. b).Draw the cam profile for the following data; Base circle radius of cam=50 mm;

lift=40 mm; Angle of ascent with cycloidal=60 o; angle of dwell=90 o; Angle of desent with

uniform velocity =90o; Speed of cam=300 rpm.Follower offset = 10 mm; Type of

follower=Knife edge follower.

13. a).In a cam with translating roller follower, the follower axis is offset to the right of the

cam hinge by 12mm.The roller radius is 10 mm and the cam rotates in the clockwise

direction. Layout the rise portion of the cam profile to meet the following specifications: Rise

takes place during 180O of cam rotation of which for the first 90 O the rise is with constant

acceleration and the rest is with constant retardation. Take seven station points only. The lift

of the cam is 30mm and the least radius of the cam is 25 mm.

(Or)

13. b).Draw the profile of a cam to give following motion to a reciprocating follower with a

flat face:

o

(i) Follower to have a stroke of 20 mm during 120 of cam rotation.

(ii) Follower to dwell for 30O of cam rotation.

(iii) Follower to return to its initial position during 120O of cam rotation.

(iv) Follower to dwell for remaining 90O of cam rotation.

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