Radial component

Tangential component

Coriolis component

None of these

B. Tangential component

2 links

3 links

4 links

5 links

Stable

Unstable

Isochronous

None of these

A single mass in different planes

Two masses in any two planes

A single mass in one of the planes of the revolving masses

Two equal masses in any two planes

± c.m.ω².r

± a (1 - c) m.ω².r

± (a/√2) (1 - c) m.ω².r

± 2a (1 - c) m.ω².r

Beam engine

Rotary engine

Oldhams coupling

Elliptical trammel

(r₁ - r₂) (1 - cosθ)

(r₁ + r₂) (1 + cosθ)

(r₁ - r₂) [(1 - cosθ)/cos θ]

(r₁ + r₂) [(1 - cosθ)/cos θ]

ωx

ω²x

ω²/x

ω³/x

The power absorbed in operating the piston valve is less than D-slide valve

The wear of the piston valve is less than the wear of the D-slide valve

The D-slide valve is also called outside admission valve.

All of the above

Incompletely constrained motion

Partially constrained motion

Completely constrained motion

Successfully constrained motion

n₁ + n₂

n₁ + n₂ + 1

n₁ + n₂ - 1

n₁ + n₂ - 2

Balancing partially revolving masses

Balancing partially reciprocating masses

Best balancing of engines

All of these

Bolt and nut

Lead screw of a lathe

Ball and socket joint

Ball bearing and roller bearing

Difference between the maximum and minimum energies

Sum of the maximum and minimum energies

Variations of energy above and below the mean resisting torque line

Ratio of the mean resisting torque to the workdone per cycle

θ/2

θ

2θ

4θ

Damping factor

Damping coefficient

Logarithmic decrement

Magnification factor

1, 3

2, 2

3, 1

4, 0

Shaft revolving in a bearing

Straight line motion mechanisms

Automobile steering gear

All of the above

Cylinder and piston

Piston rod and connecting rod

Crankshaft and flywheel

Flywheel and engine frame

l = 2p - 2

l = 2p - 3

l = 2p - 4

l = 2p - 5

0

2

4

6

ω

ωr

ω²r

ω/r

Remain in the same place for all configurations of the mechanism

Vary with the configuration of the mechanism

Moves as the mechanism moves, but joints are of permanent nature

None of the above

The periodic time of a particle moving with simple harmonic motion is the time taken by a particle for one complete oscillation.

The periodic time of a particle moving with simple harmonic motion is directly proportional to its angular velocity.

The velocity of a particle moving with simple harmonic motion is zero at the mean position.

The acceleration of the particle moving with simple harmonic motion is maximum at the mean position.

Turning pair

Rolling pair

Sliding pair

Spherical pair

Below the critical speed

Near the critical speed

Above the critical speed

None of these

Is same as that of velocity

Is opposite to that of velocity

Could be either same or opposite to velocity

Is perpendicular to that of velocity

Have line contact

Have surface contact

Permit relative motion

Are held together

Critical damping ratio

Damping factor

Logarithmic decrement

Magnification factor

m.ω².r cosθ

c.m.ω².r sinθ

(1 - c).m.ω².r (cosθ - sinθ)

m.ω².r (cosθ - sinθ)

_{p} /16

_{p} /4

_{p}

_{p}