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GATE2015-3-29
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The number of degrees of freedom of the linkage shown in the figure is
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A four bar mechanism is shown in the figure. The link numbers are mentioned near the links. Input link $2$ is rotating anticlockwise with a constant angular speed $\omega_2$. Length of different links are: $O_2 O_4=O_2A=L,$$AB=O_4B=\sqrt{2}L$ The magnitude of ... $O_2O_4$ as shown. The ratio $\frac{\omega_4}{\omega_2}$ is _________ (round off to two decimal places).
A four bar mechanism is shown in the figure. The link numbers are mentioned near the links. Input link $2$ is rotating anticlockwise with a constant angular speed $\omega_2$. Length of different links are: $O_2 O_4=O_2A=L,$$AB=O_4B=\sqrt{2}L$ The magnitude of the angular ... $90^{\circ}$ with $O_2O_4$ as shown. The ratio $\frac{\omega_4}{\omega_2}$ is _________ (round off to two decimal places).
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GATE2015-3-27
Figure shows a wheel rotating about $O_2$. Two points $A$ and $B$ located along the radius of wheel have speeds of $80$ $m/s$ and $140$ $m/s$ respectively. The distance between the points $A$ and $B$ is $300$ $mm$. The diameter of the wheel (in $mm$) is ________
Figure shows a wheel rotating about $O_2$. Two points $A$ and $B$ located along the radius of wheel have speeds of $80$ $m/s$ and $140$ $m/s$ respectively. The distance between the points $A$ and $B$ is $300$ $mm$. The diameter of the wheel (in $mm$) is ________
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A gear train is made up of five spur gears as shown in the figure. Gear $2$ is driver and gear $6$ is driven member. $N_2$, $N_3$, $N_4$, $N_5$ and $N_6$ represent number of teeth on gears $2$, $3$, $4$, $5$, and $6$ respectively. The gear(s) which act(s) as idler(s) is/are Only $3$ Only $4$ Only $5$ Both $3$ and $5$
A gear train is made up of five spur gears as shown in the figure. Gear $2$ is driver and gear $6$ is driven member. $N_2$, $N_3$, $N_4$, $N_5$ and $N_6$ represent number of teeth on gears $2$, $3$, $4$, $5$, and $6$ respectively. The gear(s) which act(s) as idler(s) is/are Only $3$ Only $4$ Only $5$ Both $3$ and $5$
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GATE2015-3-2
For the same material and the mass, which of the following configurations of flywheel will have maximum mass moment of inertia about the axis of rotation OO’ passing through the center of gravity.
For the same material and the mass, which of the following configurations of flywheel will have maximum mass moment of inertia about the axis of rotation OO’ passing through the center of gravity.
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A four bar mechanism is shown below. For the mechanism to be a crank-rocker mechanism, the length of the link $PQ$ can be $80\: mm$ $200\: mm$ $300\: mm$ $350\: mm$
A four bar mechanism is shown below. For the mechanism to be a crank-rocker mechanism, the length of the link $PQ$ can be $80\: mm$ $200\: mm$ $300\: mm$ $350\: mm$
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