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13 Mark questions from DOM, Anna University

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13 Marks

1.

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

OR

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

2. a Four masses M1, M2, M3 and M4 are 200 Kg, 300 Kg, 240 Kg and 260 Kg respectively. The corresponding

radii of rotation are 0.5 m, 0.8 m, 1.2 m and 1.5 m respectively and the angles between successive masses are

45°, 75° and 135°. Find the position and magnitude of the balance mass required, if the radius of rotation is 1 m

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

OR

b) A shaft carries 4 masses A, B, C and D of magnitude 100 Kg, 200 Kg, 300 Kg and 200 kg respectively and revolving at radii

80 mm, 70 mm, 60 mm and 80mm in planes measured from A at 300 mm, 400 mm and 700 mm. The angles between the cranks

measured anticlockwise are A to B 45°, B to C 70° and C to D 120°. The balancing masses are to be placed in planes X and Y.

The distance between the planes A and X is 100 mm, between X and Y is 400 mm and between Y and D is 200 mm. If the

balancing masses revolve at a radius of 100 mm, find their magnitudes and angular positions

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

8 Marks

A

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

TYPES

2. Two degrees of freedom

3. Multi degrees of freedom

VIBRATION

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

MECHANICAL PROJECTS

A MECHANICAL ENGINEER CAN DO EVERYTHING.,

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