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Force sensors were attached to the cords or the model's hand, to measure the amount of force applied during the activities. Any recorded data was exported to a computer for analysis. In activity 1, the shoulder was locked at 0°. A cord was attached to the standard biceps insertion point and threaded through the pulleys to simulate the biceps. A force sensor was attached to the free end of the cord, and another was attached to the model's hand.
Figure 1 : electronic power steering system (crankit.in) Torque sensor The torque sensor is a most important component which is used to measure the effort applied by the driver to steer the vehicle. The output from the torque sensor is used to drive a motor in order to reduce the effort, while achieving the desired steering.
Fig. 8. Evolution of drag force throughout the simulation and indication of the mean force for the Wigley hull with Fr = 0.250 Fig. 9. Evolution of drag force throughout the simulation and indication of the mean force for the Wigley hull with Fr = 0.400 The total drag coefficients obtained for the unrefined mesh and for the cases with full mesh refinement are presented in Figure 10.
This resulted in a 19.05 percent error. Figure 1 shows the load versus extension and Figure 2 shows the stress strain curve. Figure 1: Load as a Function of Extension of AA 2024T351 Figure 2: Stress as a Function of Strain Graph of AA 2024T351 AA 5052-0 The material properties of alloy AA 5052-0 is shown in Table 1. Table 2: 5052-0 Specimen Experimental
ϵ u= 0.003+0.002(b/z)+0.2.ρs The moment and curvature is noted at this instance. For each extreme compression strain varying from zero to ultimate strain, moment curvature relationship is established. The moment curvature curves is converted into idealized bilinear curves Figure 7: Stress blocks at different extreme compression fibre strain Figure 8: Moment curvature curve 2.6.5 Moment-Rotation relations: The input of nonlinearity in the modelling of hinge location is the moment rotation values. The moment curvature found out from the program has to be converted into moment rotation relationship. The total rotation of the element at the ultimate moment is equal to the sum of rotation of element at the yielding moment and plastic rotation.
2. The performance point IO, LS, CP along with median value of nonlinear dynamic analysis at MCE and DBE level are shown in the curve. The trend in the capacity curve is similar for all the buildings. The figure shows that higher stiffness and base shear capacity is yielded from uniform load pattern as compared with triangular and IS code load pattern. However, for any base shear, the displacement due to uniform lateral load pattern is minimum where as IS code load produce maximum displacement.
With an in-line crank slider, the motion of the crank and follower links is symmetric about the sliding axis. This means that the crank angle required to execute a forward stroke is equivalent to the angle required to perform a reverse stroke. For this reason, the in-line slider-crank mechanism produces balanced motion. This balanced motion implies other ideas as well. Assuming the crank arm is driven at a constant velocity, the time it takes to perform a forward stroke is equal to the time it takes to perform a reverse
In 1978, Cornell and Westervelt  provided a solution for dynamic model of spur gear systems which was valid for all contact ratios. The dynamic response of the gear system and the tooth loads and stress was obtained in this analysis. This dynamic model assumed two gears as a rigid inertia and the teeth were assumed as variable springs of a dynamic system which were excited by the meshing action of the gear teeth. The influence of various parameters like nonlinearity of the tooth pair stiffness  during mashing, the tooth errors and the tooth profile modifications were included in this study. It was concluded finally that damping and system inertia, tooth profile modification and critical speeds of the system affect the dynamic gear tooth load and stresses largely.
One magnet was placed near the fan blade and the other magnet was placed on the other end of the rod. And after the magnets were secured the rotor was placed atop the stator. The length of the gap between the rotor and the stator was measured using a ruler. The second setup used two magnets set on each side of the rod and it was positioned above the stator then the gap was measured. In the third setup there were three magnets on each side and the same process was done as with the first and second setups.