Instantaneous Center of Rotation (Part 2) - Engineering Dynamics





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Published on Jun 8, 2011

Please note: At 6:57 the calculation should be as follows:
r_B/IC = 11.53m; r_C/IC = 6.27m
v_C = ((r_C/IC)/(r_B/IC)) * v_B = (6.27/11.53) * (1 m/s)

Finishing up the example problem from part 1 for instantaneous center of rotation.

Engineering Dynamics - basic concepts and how to solve rigid body kinematics problems using the instantaneous center of rotation. Shows how to locate the instantaneous center of rotation and solve problems using law of sines and law of cosines.

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Comments • 43

nice! helped me! but at the very end the it should be Vc=(rc*Vb)/rb  ( just a small mistake tho)
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Great lecture, but were you high or used some drug?
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