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FIGURE 524 Normalized displacements of output motions for spline (k = 10) and optimized polydyne in Example 8 CAM MOTION SYNTHESIS USING SPLINE FUNCTIONS
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FIGURE 525 Normalized velocities of output motions for spline (k = 10) and optimized polydyne in Example 8 a uniform mesh for the elements are arbitrary Based on the equal division, the rst element is located on the normalized time subdomain [0, 1/16], the second element on the subdomain [1/16, 2/16], and so on through the sixteenth element on the subdomain [15/16, 1] The four Gaussian points x = 033992104 and 086113631 of the fourth Legendre polynomial de ned on [1, 1] are scaled to t = ((b  a)x + b + a)/2 on the subdomain [a, b] for each element (Stroud and Secrest, 1986) For example, the rst four Gaussian points located on the subdomain, [0, 1/16], of the rst element are 000433949, 002062747, 004187253, and 005816051 For Eq (531), there are 66 constraints the two end conditions and the sixtyfour values for the right sides of the differential equations to be satis ed at the Gaussian points Sixtysix Bsplines of order six are used to formulate the system of linear equations in Eq (56) The knot sequence used to evaluate the splines for the collocation process is established by repeating four knots at each mesh point, t = 1/16, 2/16, 3/16, , and 15/16 At the end points, t = 0 and t = 1, the knots are repeated six times as necessary because of the order of the spliones (k = 6) After Eq (56) is solved for the unknown coef cients, the solution of Eq (531) is readily found for any point in the interval 0 t 1 enabling the dynamic behavior of the follower system to be determined 142 10

