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A variation of the four-bar linkage which is often seen occurs when the output link becomes infinitely long and the path of point B is a straight line. Point B becomes the slider of the slider-crank linkage. Although coupler b could have the characteristics shown in Fig. 3.6, it is seldom used in practice. Here we are interested in the motion of point B while crank a rotates. In general, the path of point B does not pass through the fixed pivot OA, but is offset by dimension . An obvious example of the degenerate case ( 0) is the piston crank in an engine. The synthesis of this linkage is well described by Hartenberg and Denavit [3.9]. I have used the method many times after programming it for the digital computer.
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3.6 KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE PLANAR FOUR-BAR LINKAGE
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3.6.1 Position Geometry Refer to Fig. 3.7, where the parameters are defined. Given the link lengths a, b, c, and d and the crank position angle , the angular position of coupler c is = ( + ) (3.7)
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FIGURE 3.6 General offset slider-crank linkage.
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FIGURE 3.7 Parameters for analysis of a four-bar linkage.
The driven link d will be at angle = cos 1 where h2 = a2 + b2 + 2ab cos The transmission angle will be = cos 1 c2 + d 2 a2 b2 2ab cos 2cd (3.10) (3.9) h2 + d 2 c2 h2 + a2 b2 + cos 1 2hb 2hd (3.8)
A point on coupler P has coordinates Px = b cos + r cos ( + ) Py = b sin + r sin ( + ) (3.11)
3.6.2 Velocity and Acceleration The velocity of the point on the coupler can be expressed as d dPx d =b sin r sin ( + ) dt dt dt dPy d d =b cos + r cos ( + ) dt dt dt (3.12)
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As you can see, the mathematics gets very complicated very rapidly. If you need to establish velocity and acceleration data, consult Ref. [3.1], [3.7], or [3.11]. Computer analysis is based on the closed vector loop equations of C. R. Mischke, developed at Pratt Institute in the late 1950s. See [3.19], Chap. 4.
3.6.3 Dynamic Behavior Since all linkages have clearances in the joints as well as mass for each link, highspeed operation of a four-bar linkage can cause very undesirable behavior. Methods for solving these problems are very complex. If you need further data, refer to numerous theoretical articles originally presented at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) mechanism conferences. Many have been published in ASME journals.
3.7 DIMENSIONAL SYNTHESIS OF THE PLANAR FOUR-BAR LINKAGE: MOTION GENERATION
3.7.1 Two Positions of a Plane The line AiBi defines a plane (Fig. 3.8) which is to be the coupler of the linkage to be designed. When two positions are defined, you can determine a particular point, called the pole (in this case P12, since the motion goes from position 1 to position 2). The significance of the pole is that it is the point about which the motion of the body is a simple rotation; the pole is seen to be the intersection of the perpendicular bisectors of A1A2 and B1B2. A four-bar linkage can be created by choosing any point on a1a2 as OA and any reasonable point on b1b2 as OB. Note that you do not have a totally arbitrary choice for the fixed pivots, even for this elementary case. There are definite limitations, since the four-bar linkage must produce continuous motion between all positions. When a fully rotating crank is sought, the Grubler criterion must be adhered to. For double-rocker mechanisms, the particular link lengths still have definite criteria to meet. You have to check these for every four-bar linkage that you design.
3.7.2 Three Positions of a Plane When three positions of a plane are specified by the location of line CD, as shown in Fig. 3.9, it is possible to construct the center of a circle through C1, C2, and C3 and through D1, D2, and D3. This is only one of an infinite combination of links that can be attached to the moving body containing line CD. If the path of one end of line CD lies on a circle, then the other end can describe points on a coupler path which correspond to particular rotation angles of the crank (Fig. 3.10); that is a special case of the motion generation problem. The general three-position situation describes three poles P12, P13, and P23 which form a pole triangle. You will find this triangle useful since its interior angles ( 12/2 in Fig. 3.9) define precise geometric relationships between the fixed and moving pivots of links which can be attached to the moving body defined by line CD. Examples of this geometry are shown in Fig. 3.11, where you can see that
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