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The Role of Lagrangian Strain in the Dynamic Response of a Flexible Connecting Rod

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Jen-San Chen, Kwin-Lin Chen

Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan 10617

J. Mech. Des 123(4), 542-548 (May 01, 1999) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1415738 History: Received May 01, 1999
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Response f of the connecting rod at Ω=0.1
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Response g of the connecting rod at Ω=0.8. (1) Lagrangian strain formulation. (2) Linear strain formulation. (3) Axial load by integrating axial equilibrium equation. (4) Time-dependent-only axial load formulation. (5) Response predicted by Eq. (42).
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Response f of the connecting rod at Ω=0.8. (1) Lagrangian strain formulation. (2) Linear strain formulation.
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Comparison of one-mode and two-mode approximations at Ω=0.8. (1) g from one-mode approximation. (2) g1 and (3) g2 from two-mode approximation.
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Response g of the connecting rod at Ω=0.1. (1) Lagrangian strain formulation. (2) Solution predicted by Eq. (31).
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Schematic diagram of a slider and crank mechanism
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Envelope of response f of the connecting rod at Ω=0.1. (1) Lagrangian strain formulation. (2) Linear strain formulation. (3) Solution predicted by Eq. (30).

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