APPLICATION OF SOLUTION SET IDENTIFICATION FOR FOUR-BAR MECHANISM DESIGN.

Michael J. McDonald, Donald Riley, Arthur Erdman

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Abstract

In the vector dyad approach to mechanism design, the desired motion of the mechanism is represented as discrete positions and orientations rather than as a general motion. When the free choice variables are treated as if they were orthogonal and the goodness of the solution is treated as a function of these variables, a powerful design aid can be provided by mapping the solution space on a density or contour map.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Dec 1 1985

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