Theory of Mechanism

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NPTEL Subject Matter Expert : Prof. Sujatha Srinivasan

NPTEL Co-ordinating Institute : IIT Madras

NPTEL Lecture Count : 37

NPTEL Course Size : 90 GB

NPTEL PDF Text Transcription : Available and Included

NPTEL Subtitle Transcription : Available and Included (SRT)


Lecture Titles:

Lecture 1 - Review of Kinematics Fundamentals-I
Lecture 2 - Links, Pairs, Kinematic Chains; Planar Mobility Criterion
Lecture 3 - Mobility of Mechanisms, Grubler's Criterion and Applications
Lecture 4 - Inversions, Grashof Criterion, Kinematic equivalence
Lecture 5 - Linkage Synthesis Classification, 2-position Motion Generation
Lecture 6 - Driver dyad, Quick-return synthesis - I
Lecture 7 - Quick-return synthesis - II, 3-position Motion Generation
Lecture 8 - Specified fixed pivots, Path generation
Lecture 9 - Function generation
Lecture 10 - Function generation using relative poles
Lecture 11 - Structural Error, and Chebyshev Spacing
Lecture 12 - Chebyshev Spacing
Lecture 13 - Analytical Linkage Synthesis-I: Vector Loop Closure, Freudenstein's method
Lecture 14 - Analytical Linkage Synthesis-II: Bloch's method, Driver Dyad
Lecture 15 - Four-bar Position Analysis, Dyad or Standard Form Synthesis
Lecture 16 - Dyad Form Synthesis: Motion Generation
Lecture 17 - Dyad Form Synthesis: Path and Function Generation
Lecture 18 - Dyad Form Synthesis: Multi loop linakges
Lecture 19 - Dyad Form Synthesis: Four Position Motion Generation
Lecture 20 - Coupler Curves - I
Lecture 21 - Coupler Curves - II, Fixed and Moving Centrodes
Lecture 22 - Coupler Curves - III, Symmetrical Coupler Curves
Lecture 23 - Roberts-Chebyshev Theorem
Lecture 24 - Cognates
Lecture 25 - Velocity Analysis: Review of Velocity Polygons
Lecture 26 - Velocity Analysis: Velocity Polygons (Continued...) and Instant Centres
Lecture 27 - Velocity Analysis: Auxiliary Point Method
Lecture 28 - Auxiliary Point Method: (Continued...)
Lecture 29 - Velocity and Acceleration Analysis: Analytical Method
Lecture 30 - Acceleration Analysis: Analytical Method (Continued...)
Lecture 31 - Acceleration Analysis: Auxiliary Point Method
Lecture 32 - Force Analysis of Mechanisms, Mechanical Advantage
Lecture 33 - Force Analysis of Mechanisms - II
Lecture 34 - Balancing of Mechanisms using Counterweights
Lecture 35 - Balancing of Mechanisms using Springs
Lecture 36 - Spatial Mechanisms
Lecture 37 - Introduction to the Kinematics of Spatial Mechanisms

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