Model: D03 Turning Block Slider-Crank -Inversion
The slider-crank linkage is usually a mechanical circuit of four bodies joined together with three cylindrical joints and one sliding or prismatic joint. The Voigt models include a number of slider-crank mechanisms including models C-2, D-1-4. Different mechanisms can be created from this kinematic chain depending on what link is fixed or grounded. In Model D-3, the crank line with two cylindrical joints is fixed. This produces a circular motion of both the connecting link and the slot link. According to Reuleaux, Whitworth used this inversion as a quick-return mechanism. Reuleaux called this a turning-block slider-crank.
Francis Moon 2004-07-00
- Reuleaux, Kennedy : Kinematics of Machinery (Figure 220, §69, p. 299, 1876)
- CAD Model : Reuleaux D.03 Turning Block Slider-Crank-Inversion CAD Model
- Movie : Reuleaux D.03 Turning Block Slider-Crank-Inversion CAD Movie
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- Tutorials and Descriptions : Mathematics of the Slider Cranks