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Mandex Chak

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A rotating disk is connected with two arms AD and DB which are rotating with the rate of 0.2 rad/s^2 and -0.3 rad/s^2 respectively about X or x' axis. Disk itself is rotating about small z axis with the rate of 1500 rpm.

AD and DB is rotating in ZY plane. Small z co-insides with DB arm. X and x are parallel. Length of the AD and DB is given.

Now how I should approach this problem to find the total angular velocity and acceleration of the disk with respect to the inertial co-ordinate system XYZ

Total Angular Acceleration, w:

W = w(of the rotating disk) + w(B/D) + w(D/A)

Velocity V(B/A) = (V)Rel + (W * ( Position Vector R(B/A) ) )

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**1.**A rotating disk is connected with two arms AD and DB which are rotating with the rate of 0.2 rad/s^2 and -0.3 rad/s^2 respectively about X or x' axis. Disk itself is rotating about small z axis with the rate of 1500 rpm.

AD and DB is rotating in ZY plane. Small z co-insides with DB arm. X and x are parallel. Length of the AD and DB is given.

Now how I should approach this problem to find the total angular velocity and acceleration of the disk with respect to the inertial co-ordinate system XYZ

**2.****3.**So far what I think of the solution:Total Angular Acceleration, w:

W = w(of the rotating disk) + w(B/D) + w(D/A)

Velocity V(B/A) = (V)Rel + (W * ( Position Vector R(B/A) ) )