This paper deals the kinematic analysis of slider-crank mechanisms via the Bresse and jerk’s circles, which are two pairs of circles corresponding to different geometric loci of those coupler points with particular kinematic properties. The position vectors of the velocity, acceleration and jerk poles are determined in vector form, along with their corresponding vector fields, which are characterized by the angular velocity, acceleration and jerk of the coupler link, respectively. A specific formulation is proposed and implemented in Matlab to analyze and validate the graphical and numerical results, which can be obtained for several slider-crank mechanisms in different configurations. © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.

Lecture notes in mechanical engineering: Proceedings of the XXIV AIMETA Conference 2019, (Eds.) Antonio Carcaterra, Achille Paolone, Giorgio Graziano, Springer, Kinematic analysis of slider – crank mechanisms via the Bresse and jerk’s circles

Giorgio Figliolini
Membro del Collaboration Group
2020

Abstract

This paper deals the kinematic analysis of slider-crank mechanisms via the Bresse and jerk’s circles, which are two pairs of circles corresponding to different geometric loci of those coupler points with particular kinematic properties. The position vectors of the velocity, acceleration and jerk poles are determined in vector form, along with their corresponding vector fields, which are characterized by the angular velocity, acceleration and jerk of the coupler link, respectively. A specific formulation is proposed and implemented in Matlab to analyze and validate the graphical and numerical results, which can be obtained for several slider-crank mechanisms in different configurations. © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.
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