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2. A cam, with a minimum radius of 25 mm, rotating clockwise at a uniform speed is to be designed to give a roller follower, at the end of a valve rod, motion described below :

1. To raise the valve through 50 mm during 120° rotation of the cam;

2. To keep the valve fully raised through next 30°B

3. To lower the valve during next 120°; and

4. To keep the valve closed during rest of the revolution i.e. 90° ;

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Question 41210

Engineering Drawing

If a = 5, determine (a) X and (b) Ixx

Question 40316

Engineering Drawing

1. Using a ruler, protractor and compass,draw the mechanism to scale, and label all of the angular positions (0,'sand 04's) on your drawing. This should be done on engineering paper, or printer paper. (15 points)
2. Using a protractor measure the anglesand report them. (10 points)
3. Using your MATLAB or Python code, which uses the vector loop equations and the plot vector function determine the velocities and accelerations of points A and B.Publish the results (save as a PDFfile). (20 points)
Combine your results for 1-3 into asingle pdf file and upload to Quiz 3(5 points)

Question 36412

Engineering Drawing

Draw the followings views (all of them in mm):

Question 35157

Engineering Drawing

(a) Draw the isometric view of the part shown (based on the given views),use the isometric grid provided. Each square on the drawing is equal to each isometric square on the grid.
(b) Similar to question in part (a) draw the isometric view for the part given.Isometric grid is provided for guidance.
Use graphing paper as it's a hand drawing assignment. You can use online graphing paper if that's what you prefer; however, need to mention the scale and the dimensions in the drawing....

Question 34017

Engineering Drawing

Produce a multi-view drawing of the given object using 3d angle projection for manual drawing on A2-sized paper. Use view B as the front view and show section AA in its corresponding view. The drawing must be fully dimensioned and appropriately scaled. All dimensions are in mm. Make simple assumption when insufficient information is given. Please submit the assignment by 14th March 2021.

Question 33990

Engineering Drawing

You are required to produce an isometric drawing with dimensions of the following object by using manual drawing techniques on A2-sized paper with standard drawing layout. All the dimensions are in mm.

Question 25208

Engineering Drawing

Solve the following beams (1-4) using methods (I-VI) for the following items (a-d). State when the specified method cannot solve for a specific item, (480 pts)
I. Equilibrium II. Shear-Moment Diagrams III. Superposition IV. Integration V. Singularity Functions VI. Castigliano's Theorem
Solution Itemsa. Reactions (5 pts)b. Deflection at indicated cut (5 pts)c. Slope at indicated cut (5 pts)d. Max deflection (5 pts)

Question 17994

Engineering Drawing

Draw In the dimensioning for each of the three remaining orthographic projections. Follow the rules that were highlighted In class. NEATNESS COUNTS! For these drawings, text height Is equal to 1 box of the grid. Dimension by putting W for width,L for length, and H for height.

Question 17864

Engineering Drawing

Orthographic drawing is the basis of all engineering drawing. We will focus our attention in this introduction to the fundamentals of descriptive geometry [the orthographic and isometric view].
1. Basic definations: Define the following engineering terms. You can find most of the definitions online but be careful that they are from an engineering source. Check the due date. Pass in on paper.
g. Reference Plane Line
a. Orthographic projection
b. Image Plane
h. Elevation View
c. Line of Sight
d. Horizontal Plane
e. Frontal Plane
f. Profile Plane

Question 15940

Engineering Drawing

Challenge problem: If you complete the first one or feel confident in your sketching abilities, complete the isometric sketch of this object:

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