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FIGURE 2.8 Indexing mechanisms. These mechanical devices advance a body to a specific position, hold it there for a period, and then advance it again. (a) to (c) Geneva stops; (d) four-bar links used to reduce jerk; (e) ratchet mechanism; (f) friction ratchet; (g) cylindrical cam-stop mechanism; (h) pin gearing used in indexing; (i) dividing head.
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FIGURE 2.9 Oscillating mechanisms I. These mechanisms cause an output to repeatedly swing through a preset angle. (a) Four-bar linkage; (b) six-bar linkage; (c) six-bar linkage with pin in slot; (d) inverted slide-crank quick-return linkages; (e) radial cam and follower; (f) cylindrical cam; (g) geared slider crank; (h) geared inverted slider crank; (i) slider-driven crank; (j) bulldozer lift mechanism; (k) oscillator of the Corliss valve gear.
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FIGURE 2.10 Oscillating mechanisms II. These all use spatial linkages. (a) Spatial pin and yoke; (b) spherical four-bar linkage; (c) spatial RGGR linkage; (d) spatial RCCC; (e) spatial RRGRR; (f) spatial RRGC.
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FIGURE 2.11 Ratchets and latches. These are mechanisms that advance or hold a machine member. (a) Ratchet and pawl; (b) reversible ratchet; (c) cam-lock ratchet; (d) ball-lock ratchet; (e) toggle ratchet; (f) overrunning clutch; (g) high-torque ratchet; (h), (i) detents; (j) locking bolts.
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FIGURE 2.12 Reciprocating mechanisms I. These mechanical devices cause a member to translate on a straight line. (a) Slider crank; (b) Scotch yoke; (c) toggle mechanism; (d) Zoller engine; (e) V engine; (f) double-stroke engine; (g) geared engine; (h) Atkinson gas engine; (i) ideal radial engine; (j) practical radial engine; (k) geared Nordberg radial engine; (l) linked Nordberg radial engine.
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FIGURE 2.13 Reciprocating mechanisms II. (a) Geared cranks; (b) shaper mechanism; (c) slider on Whitworth quick-return mechanisms; (d) slider on drag-link mechanism; (e) variable-stroke engine; (f) gear-driven slider.
FIGURE 2.14 Reversing mechanism. These mechanical devices change the direction of rotation of the output. (a) Reversible prime movers; (b) reversing gears; (c) reversing belts; (d) transmission; (e) epicyclic gears as in Model T Ford.
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FIGURE 2.15 Couplings and connectors axial. These are used to connect coaxial shafts. (a) Rigid coupling; (b) flanged coupling; (c) disk clutch; (d) cone clutch; (e) plate clutch.
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FIGURE 2.16 Couplings and connectors parallel shafts. (a) Flat belt; (b) V belt; (c) chain; (d) to (f ) gears; (g) Hooke joints; (h) Oldham coupling; (i) Hunt s constantvelocity coupling; (j) drag link; (k) to (m) flexible coupling.
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