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EXAMPLE #6: The rod AB is connected by a ball-and-socket joint to the collar at A and by a pinned clevis to the collar at B. At the instant shown, A has a constant velocity of 2.4 ft/s in the positive y direction. Determine the velocity of B and the angular velocity of rod AB at the instant shown.

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EXAMPLE #6: The rod AB is connected by a ball-and-socket joint to the collar at A and by a pinned clevis to the collar at B. At the instant shown, A has a constant velocity of 2.4 ft/s in the positive y direction. Determine the velocity of B and the angular velocity of rod AB at the instant shown.

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EXAMPLE #7: The electric fan is mounted on a swivel support such that the fan rotates about the z axis at a constant rate of wZ = 1 rad/s and the fan blade is spinning at a constant rate wS = 60 rad/s. If at the instant = 45o, = 2 rad/s for the motion, determine the angular velocity and the angular acceleration of the blade. .

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EXAMPLE #7: The electric fan is mounted on a swivel support such that the fan rotates about the z axis at a constant rate of wZ = 1 rad/s and the fan blade is spinning at a constant rate wS = 60 rad/s. If at the instant = 45o, = 2 rad/s for the motion, determine the angular velocity and the angular acceleration of the blade. . .

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EXAMPLE #8: The drill pipe P turns at a constant angular rate wP = 4 rad/s. Determine the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the conical rock bit, which rolls without slipping. Also, what is the velocity and acceleration of point A? .

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EXAMPLE #8: The drill pipe P turns at a constant angular rate wP = 4 rad/s. Determine the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the conical rock bit, which rolls without slipping. Also, what is the velocity and acceleration of point A?

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