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11.2 Static Force Analysis
11.2.1 Static Equilibrium
11.2.2 Equilibrium of Members
11.2.3 Force Convention
11.2.4 Free Body Diagrams
11.2.5 Principle of Superposition
11.2.6 Static Force Analysis of Four-Bar Mechanism
11.2.7 Static Force Analysis of Slider–Crank Mechanism
11.2.8 Static Force Analysis of Shaper Mechanism
11.3 Dynamic Force Analysis
11.3.1 D’Alembert’s Principle
11.3.2 Equivalent Offset Inertia Force
11.3.3 Dynamic Force Analysis of Four-Bar Mechanism
11.3.4 Dynamic Force Analysis of Slider–Crank Mechanism
11.3.5 Static and Inertia Force Analysis of Shaper Mechanism
Forces in mechanisms arise form various sources, e.g. forces of gravity, ...
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