Spherical Geneva mechanism is a type of intermittent motion mechanism. It translates a continuous rotation into intermittent rotary motion. The driver and the driven wheels are on perpendicular shafts. The rotating drive wheel has a pin that reaches into a

## Difference between a machine and a structure

Before we go through the difference between a machine and a structure, let’s first see what they are. Once we comprehend that, understanding the difference between them will be a cakewalk for us. Machine: A machine typically contains mechanisms that

## Linear Geneva Mechanism

Linear Geneva mechanism is a type of intermittent motion mechanism. It translates a continuous rotation into intermittent linear motion. The crank (driver) has a pin that reaches into a slot of the slider. The driver wheel has a raised circular

## Deltoid Linkage

A deltoid linkage is a four bar mechanism which consists of two pairs of equal and adjacent links. It is a grashof linkage for which the sum of the lengths of the shortest link and the longest link is equal

## Grashof’s Law

Consider this four bar mechanism: s = length of the shortest link l = length of the largest link p and q = lengths of the other two links By Grashof law, for at least one link to be capable

## Domain and Range of function y = sqrt(1-x^2)

Find the Domain and the Range of the function Solution: For real values of , the quantity cannot be negative. Subtract from both sides of this inequality. Multiply this inequality with (Note that multiplying by a negative number reverses the