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A closed-form dynamic model of the compliant constant-force mechanism using the pseudo-rigid-body model, by Cameron L. Boyle
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- Summary
- A mathematical dynamic model is derived for the compliant constant-force mechanism, based on the pseudo-rigid-body model simplification of the device. The compliant constant-force mechanism is a slider mechanism incorporating large-deflection beams, which outputs near-constant-force across the range of its designed deflection. The equation of motion is successfully validated with empirical data from five separate mechanisms, comprising two configurations of compliant constant-force mechanism. The dynamic model is cast in generalized form to represent all possible configurations of compliant constant-force mechanism. Deriving the dynamic equation from the pseudo-rigid-body model is useful because every configuration is represented by the same model, so a separate treatment is not required for each configuration. An unexpected dynamic trait of the constant-force mechanism is discovered: there exists a range of frequencies for which the output force of the mechanism accords nearer to constant-force than does the output force at static levels

- Language
- eng

- Label
- A closed-form dynamic model of the compliant constant-force mechanism using the pseudo-rigid-body model

- Title
- A closed-form dynamic model of the compliant constant-force mechanism using the pseudo-rigid-body model

- Statement of responsibility
- by Cameron L. Boyle

- Language
- eng

- Summary
- A mathematical dynamic model is derived for the compliant constant-force mechanism, based on the pseudo-rigid-body model simplification of the device. The compliant constant-force mechanism is a slider mechanism incorporating large-deflection beams, which outputs near-constant-force across the range of its designed deflection. The equation of motion is successfully validated with empirical data from five separate mechanisms, comprising two configurations of compliant constant-force mechanism. The dynamic model is cast in generalized form to represent all possible configurations of compliant constant-force mechanism. Deriving the dynamic equation from the pseudo-rigid-body model is useful because every configuration is represented by the same model, so a separate treatment is not required for each configuration. An unexpected dynamic trait of the constant-force mechanism is discovered: there exists a range of frequencies for which the output force of the mechanism accords nearer to constant-force than does the output force at static levels

- Cataloging source
- UPB

- Degree
- M.S.

- Dissertation year
- 2001

- Granting institution
- Brigham Young University. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering

- Illustrations
- illustrations

- Index
- no index present

- Literary form
- non fiction

- Nature of contents
- bibliography

- Label
- A closed-form dynamic model of the compliant constant-force mechanism using the pseudo-rigid-body model, by Cameron L. Boyle

- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81)

- Carrier category
- volume

- Carrier MARC source
- rdacarrier

- Content category
- text

- Content type MARC source
- rdacontent

- Dimensions
- 28 cm.

- Extent
- xii, 138 p.

- Media category
- unmediated

- Media MARC source
- rdamedia

- Other physical details
- ill.

- System control number
- (OCoLC)ocn370446152

- Label
- A closed-form dynamic model of the compliant constant-force mechanism using the pseudo-rigid-body model, by Cameron L. Boyle

- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81)

- Carrier category
- volume

- Carrier MARC source
- rdacarrier

- Content category
- text

- Content type MARC source
- rdacontent

- Dimensions
- 28 cm.

- Extent
- xii, 138 p.

- Media category
- unmediated

- Media MARC source
- rdamedia

- Other physical details
- ill.

- System control number
- (OCoLC)ocn370446152

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