The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
Part A, Baseline Mechanism
A design team working on a robotic mechanism has been assigned the analysis of part of the mechanism. The part for you to analyse is shown below. This linkage has an actuator at point A that needs to apply a couple at point B of up to 2.5 N m. The angle range at point B is from 20 to 120 degrees. Determine the maximum torque (couple) required of the actuator at point A and the minimum length of rod AC.
For the project, plot the results for the length of AD, the force of the collar on AC at D and the required moment at A to keep the mechanism in equilibrium as functions of the angle at B. The approximate solutions with the angle at B equal to 20 degrees are:
Part B, Modified Mechanism
The lead designer would like to move the actuator at A 100 mm to the left. Analyse the new mechanism with the distance from A to B now modified to 250 mm.
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