1. Jun 2, 2008

### medinaj2160

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

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the wheel shown rolls without slipping on the horizontal surface. At the instant shown, the wheel has an angular velocity of 6 rad/s clockwise. Determine the angular velocity of both links at this instant.

2. Relevant equations

Vb= Va + Vb/a = Va + rb/aw et= Va + wk X rb/a (w is the angular velocity)

3. The attempt at a solution

You are supposed to come up with two equations at common point, then equate them and solve for the unknowns.

I need Wbc, Wba, and Vc at point C

So far I got:

Vb= Vc + Wbc X rb/c

rc/b= -10i + 3j
Vb= Vbi
Wbc= Wbck
and Wbck X -10i + 3j= -3Wbci - 10Wbcj

You can solve this problem by (instantaneous center of zero velocity) doing the problem this way I got Wbc=.57471rad/s, Wba=1.2rad/s, and Vc=6 but I think is wrong because I'm not getting the same answer.