The basic concepts of screw coordinates described in Part I are applied to the numerical kinematic analysis of spatial mechanisms. The techniques are illustrated with reference to the displacement, velocity, and static-force-and-torque analysis of a general, single-degree-of-freedom spatial mechanism: a seven-link mechanism with screw pairs (H)7. By specialization the associated computer program is capable of analyzing many other single-loop spatial mechanisms. Numerical examples illustrate the results.
Kinematic Analysis of Spatial Mechanisms by Means of Screw Coordinates. Part 2—Analysis of Spatial Mechanisms
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Yuan, M. S. C., Freudenstein, F., and Woo, L. S. (February 1, 1971). "Kinematic Analysis of Spatial Mechanisms by Means of Screw Coordinates. Part 2—Analysis of Spatial Mechanisms." ASME. J. Eng. Ind. February 1971; 93(1): 67–73. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3427919
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