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Synthesis of a Five-Bar Mechanism of Variable Topology Type With Transmission Angle Control

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Shrinivas S. Balli, Satish Chand

Mech. Eng. Dept., M. N. National Institute of Technology, Allahabad: 211 004 (UP), India

J. Mech. Des 126(1), 128-134 (Mar 11, 2004) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1637660 History: Received April 01, 2002; Online March 11, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
Topics: Topology , Mechanisms , Motion
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Figures

Grahic Jump Location
Five-bar mechanism with variable topology four-bar portion in both phases acts like a crank-rocker mechanism: (a) Phase I—position 1: OaA1B1C, position 2: OaA2B2C; (b) Phase II—position 1: A2B2COc, position-2: A2B3C3Oc; (c) Phases I and II combined; Note: Portion A2B2C is common and μmin 1min 2
Grahic Jump Location
Five-bar mechanism with variable topology four-bar portion in both phases acts like a drag linkage: (a) Phase I—position 1: OaA1B1C, position 2: OaA2B2C; (b) Phase II—position 1: A2B2COc, position 2: A2B3C3Oc; (c) Phases I and II combined; Note: Portion A2B2C is common and μmin 1min 2
Grahic Jump Location
Embossing mechanism: (a) Phase I—position I: OaA1B1C position 2: OaA2B2C(COc Temporarily fixed); (b) Phase II—position 1: A2B2COc position 2: A2B3C3Oc(OaA2 Temporarily fixed)

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