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Mechanism/Linkages: An introductory Book to refer.

Mechanism/Linkages: An introductory Book to refer.

Mechanism/Linkages: An introductory Book to refer.

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Dears,
I will appreciate your help for mentioning a Book dealing with the subject of Mechanism/Linkages for a beginner to learn about the Mechanism/Linkages, and to understand the kinematics of the systems like steering linkage/mechanism of a vehicle.

I appreciate your help and guidance.

RE: Mechanism/Linkages: An introductory Book to refer.

Have you checked Amazon? Many mechanisms were developed in previous generations to mechanically control output motion for a given input motion, before the advent of electronically programmable controlled motion. There are several books of collections of these mechanisms. University-taught Mechanical Engineering courses in "machine design" or "kinematics" have textbooks on the math analysis of motion created by linkages, cams, gearing, and other mechanisms.

It might help to be more specific about your needs or what you are trying to do.

TygerDawg
Blue Technik LLC
Virtuoso Robotics Engineering
www.bluetechnik.com

RE: Mechanism/Linkages: An introductory Book to refer.

Your question seems a bit backwards to me. I would think that if you are specifically interested in steering linkage/mechanism of a vehicle, then you should start with books on that subject, and when you run into questions, you look for a book that deals with the questions at hand.

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