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1.54 Figure 1.

101 shows an offset slider-crank mechanism with a crank length r, connecting

rod length l, and offset d. If the crank has a mass and mass moment of inertia of m r and
Jr, respectively, at its center of mass A, the connecting rod has a mass and mass moment
of inertia of m c and Jc, respectively, at its center of mass C, and the piston has a mass m p,
determine the equivalent rotational inertia of the system about the center of rotation of the
crank, point O.

Sphere, mass ms

k2 rs

No slip
Bell crank lever,
mass moment of
inertia J0 90


1.56 Consider a system of two dampers, with damping constants c1 and c2, arranged in parallel as
shown in Fig. 1.104. The rigid bar to which the two dampers are connected remains horizon-
tal when the force F is zero. Determine the equivalent damping constant of the system (ce)
that relates the force applied (F) to the resulting velocity (v) as F = cev.
Hint: Because the damping constants of the two dampers are different and the distances l1
and l2 are not the same, the rigid bar will not remain horizontal when the force F is applied.

l1 l2

c1 c2

FIGURE 1.104 Parallel dampers sub-

jected to load.

1.59 Develop an expression for the damping constant of the rotational damper shown in Fig. 1.105
in terms of D, d, l, h, v, and m, where v denotes the constant angular velocity of the inner
cylinder, and d and h represent the radial and axial clearances between the inner and outer

1.73 A massless bar of length 1 m is pivoted at one end and subjected to a force F at the other end.
Two translational dampers, with damping constants c1 = 10 N-s/m and c2 = 15 N-s/m are
connected to the bar as shown in Fig. 1.109. Determine the equivalent damping constant, ceq,
of the system so that the force F at point A can be expressed as F = ceqv, where v is the lin-
ear velocity of point A.

0.25 m
c2 + 15N*s/m

0.75 m
c1 + 10 N*s/m

0.25 m

FIGURE 1.109 Rigid bar connected

by dampers.