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1 ME 302 DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY Dynamic Force Analysis V Dr. Sadettin KAPUCU © 2007 Sadettin Kapucu

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Gaziantep University 2 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body O O’ Inertial Frame Body coordinate system it rotates at the same angular velocity as the body Arbitrary point in the body Rigid body angular velocity wrt inertial frame

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Gaziantep University 3 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body O O’ Position of P The position of P wrt inertial coordinate frame The absolute velocity of P is

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Gaziantep University 4 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body O O’O’ The absolute velocity of P is Becomes zero because body is rigid } }

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Gaziantep University 5 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body The absolute velocity of P is O O’O’

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Gaziantep University 6 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body The absolute velocity of P is Acceleration of P wrt inertial coordinate system is O O’O’

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Gaziantep University 7 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body

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Gaziantep University 8 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body

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Gaziantep University 9 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The 0.8 m arm OA for a remote-control mechanism is pivoted about the horizontal x-axis of the clevis, and the entire assembly rotates about the z-axis with a constant speed N=60rev/min. Simultaneously the arm is being raised at the constant rate. For the position where =60 o determine (a) angular velocity of OA, (b) the angular acceleration of OA, (c) the velocity of point A, and (d) the acceleration of point A.

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Gaziantep University 10 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The 0.8 m arm OA for a remote-control mechanism is pivoted about the horizontal x-axis of the clevis, and the entire assembly rotates about the z-axis with a constant speed N=60rev/min. Simultaneously the arm is being raised at the constant rate. For the position where =60 o determine (a) angular velocity of OA, (b) the angular acceleration of OA, (c) the velocity of point A, and (d) the acceleration of point A.

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Gaziantep University 11 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The electric motor with an attached disk is running at a constant low speed of 120 rey/mm in the direction shown. Its housing and mounting base are initially at rest. The entire assembly is next set in rotation about the vertical Z-axis at the constant rate N=60 rev/min with a fixed angle of 30 0. Determine (a) the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the disk, (b) the space and body cones, and (c) the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk for the instant shown.

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Gaziantep University 12 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The electric motor with an attached disk is running at a constant low speed of 120 rey/mm in the direction shown. Its housing and mounting base are initially at rest. The entire assembly is next set in rotation about the vertical Z-axis at the constant rate N=60 rev/min with a fixed angle of 30 0. Determine (a) the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the disk, (b) the space and body cones, and (c) the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk for the instant shown.

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Gaziantep University 13 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The electric motor with an attached disk is running at a constant low speed of 120 rey/mm in the direction shown. Its housing and mounting base are initially at rest. The entire assembly is next set in rotation about the vertical Z-axis at the constant rate N=60 rev/min with a fixed angle of 30 0. Determine (a) the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the disk, (b) the space and body cones, and (c) the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk for the instant shown.

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Gaziantep University 14 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The electric motor with an attached disk is running at a constant low speed of 120 rey/mm in the direction shown. Its housing and mounting base are initially at rest. The entire assembly is next set in rotation about the vertical Z-axis at the constant rate N=60 rev/min with a fixed angle of 30 0. Determine (a) the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the disk, (b) the space and body cones, and (c) the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk for the instant shown.

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Gaziantep University 15 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The electric motor with an attached disk is running at a constant low speed of 120 rey/mm in the direction shown. Its housing and mounting base are initially at rest. The entire assembly is next set in rotation about the vertical Z-axis at the constant rate N=60 rev/min with a fixed angle of 30 0. Determine (a) the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the disk, (b) the space and body cones, and (c) the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk for the instant shown.

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Gaziantep University 16 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body O B coordinate system rotates with this angular velocirty Body coordinate frame rotates with this angular velocirty Letting Denote the angular velocity of the reference wrt the body frame, the angular velocity of the body is related to that of the coordinate system The velocity of a point of the body may be represented by

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Gaziantep University 17 Preliminary Kinematics of a Rigid Body O B coordinate system rotates with this angular velocirty Body coordinate frame rotates with this angular velocirty Acceleration of a point of the body is obtained as: The velocity of a point of the body may be represented by

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Gaziantep University 18 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The motor housing and its bracket rotate about the Z axis at the constant rate The motor shaft and disk have a constant angular velocity of spin with respect to the motor housing in the direction shown. If constant at 30 o, determine the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk and angular acceleration of the disk.

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Gaziantep University 19 Kinematics of a Rigid Body Example The motor housing and its bracket rotate about the Z axis at the constant rate The motor shaft and disk have a constant angular velocity of spin with respect to the motor housing in the direction shown. If constant at 30 o, determine the velocity and acceleration of point A at the top of the disk and angular acceleration of the disk.

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