Angular velocity of the rigid link AB is constant 10 rad/sec counterclockwise. a. Find the...

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The angular velocity of the rigid link AB is constant 10 rad/sec counterclockwise.

a. Find the angular velocities and their directions of the link BC and CD.

b. Find the angular velocities accelerations and their directions of the link AB, BC, and CD.

Angular Velocity:

Angular velocity is the rate of the velocity of an object when it rotates around an axis. The center of mass of the object is the point of application of all of the forces and moments involved in the angular momentum. The relationship between the moment of inertia and the angular acceleration is inversely proportional.

Answer and Explanation:

We're given the following information in the question:

  • Length of {eq}{\rm{AB}} = 4\,{\rm{in}} {/eq}
  • Length of {eq}{\rm{BC}} = 3\,{\rm{in}} {/eq}
  • Le...

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