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1.2 Kinematic Joint
1.2.1 Type of Kinematic Joints
1.3 Elements or Links
1.3.1 Classification of Links
1.4 Kinematic Pair
1.4.1 Classification of Kinematic Pairs
1.5 Constrained Motion
1.6 Kinematic Chain
1.7.1 Types of Mechanisms
1.7.2 Equivalent Mechanisms
1.8 Mechanism and Machines
1.8.1 Classification of Machines
1.9 Degrees of Freedom
1.9.1 Degrees of Freedom of Planar Mechanisms
1.9.2 Planar Mechanisms with Lower Pairs Only
1.10 Four-Bar Chain
1.11 Grashof’s Law
1.11.1 Crank–Crank (or Double Crank) Mechanism
1.11.2 Crank–Rocker (or Lever) Mechanism
1.11.3 Rocker–Rocker (or Double Rocker) Mechanism
1.11.4 Class-II Four-Bar linkage
1.12 Inversion of Mechanisms
1.12.1 Inversions ...
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