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- I can't figure out how to setup a equation for the angle position of a slider crank mechanism. As the mechanism is driven by an angular velocity, the angle (theta) changes constantly. Theta is the angle which rotates the crank. I would like find the angle α (alpha) during the rotation of crank.

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I would like to know how I could define an equation for α with given the two lengths of the rods and angle theta (θ). I sketched the situation below, the problem arises when the rod

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I would like to know how I could define an equation for α with given the two lengths of the rods and angle theta (θ). I sketched the situation below, the problem arises when the rod

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