TL;DR Summary: Mechanical engineering,robotics,mechnics,dynamics
Hi guys , I'm new to mechnics and I want to learn it for building robotic arm , but I find mechanics book topics somewhat difficult for me , what I need to learn to get started as I'm a highschool student with basic level math.
I'm sorry I'm uploading lots of images because I don't know how to write equations here.
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION
I have to solve this problem:
Figure P3.6:
MY SOLUTION
I did this:
THE CORRECTION
I got this as a correction:
- Don't use the middle line in figure P3.6 in my calculations.
-...
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- self-locking which can be useful for hoisting and lifting applications.
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The calculation part I think I do not have a problem with it.
Thank you in advance ! I am really struggle with this question.
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All questions and attempted answers are in the attached file below
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Hello everyone,
I'm a mechanical engineering student, I'm italian, so, sorry for my bad english.
In this moment i am studying the following subjects: Mathematical Analysis II (multivariable calculus), Physics II (eletctromagnetism), Mechanical design and fundamentals of structural mechanics...
Is it possible to create following two shapes from glass using currently known glass mass production techniques?
Shape #1: bottle with a prolonged neck that continues into the inner space, like this (cross section):
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If you do the sum of vertical forces and sum of moments, you're always left with an unknown.
Vertical Forces: Ray + Rby + Rcy = 59kN + 45kN (1)
Sum of Moments about A: (59 x 1.85) - (Rby x 3.7) - (Rcy x 4.8) + (45 x 6.5) = 0...
M = r x F
r = 0
∴ M = 0
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For the attempt at a solution view the Excel screenshots (1).
A screenshot with all the lengths is provided (2).
The 4-linkage system is shown in screenshot (3).
The problem is shown in screenshot (4).
A screenshot from the whole assembly is also provided to add some insights (5).
Thanks...
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Mradul
Hello, everyone.
I have been trying to understand the meaning of the question from the posted image.
I think that preloading has to do with adding bolts to the cantilever beam such that it can withstand the force from above, but I am not sure how exactly these bolts should be implemented...
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Could someone please help me with this.
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Homework Statement
In a frictionless piston-cylinder system, there are 3 kg of R-134a initially at 280 kPa and 15 °C. Heat is transferred to the system in the amount 120 kJ. What will the final temperature of the refrigerant be (deg C)?
Homework Equations
Q - W = ΔU (internal energy)
Q - Wb...
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Homework Statement
Homework Equations
Singularity equations for beam deflection
$$\sum M_B=0=-M_0-R_AL-M_0$$
$$R_A=-\frac{2M_0}{L}$$
The Attempt at a Solution
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