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Topological Synthesis of Fractionated Geared Differential Mechanisms

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Dar-Zen Chen, Kang-Li Yao

Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan 106 R.O.C

J. Mech. Des 122(4), 472-478 (Nov 01, 1998) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1289770 History: Received November 01, 1998
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
Topics: Mechanisms , Gears , Equations
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The standard 2-dof GDM. (a) Functional representation; (b) pseudo-isomorphic graph representation.
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Admissible ICs with up to 4 links
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Admissible 3-port MCs with up to 7 links. (a) 4-link; (b) 5-link; (c) 6-link; (d) 7-link.
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Admissible 4-port MC with up to 8 links
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Admissible 3-terminal fractionated GDMs with up to 7 links. (a) 5-link; (b) 6-link; (c) 7-link.
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Admissible 4-terminal fractionated GDM with up to 9 links
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Innovative 3-terminal link-fractionated GDMs.

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