Slider Crank Mechanism Magnitude and Direction

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Alistair McCheyne
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Hi
I am currently studying design engineering and my lecturer has left just before an exam. I really don't know how to find the magnitude and direction of the total force transmitted to the connecting rod at A. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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A drawing or sketch of point A would help. And are the loads to include those due to accelerations of the compressor parts? What other load components are there (gas compression, I'm imagining)?
 

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