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CHAPTER 1 An Introduction to Inventor Simulation 8. Select the Flip Z axis button as shown to ﬂip the direction of the Z axis. Click OK Revolution:1 joint is created under Standard Joints as illustrated below. 9. Click on Insert Joint tool again to create a revolution joint 10. For Component 1 Z axis deﬁnition, Click on the edge of Component 1 as shown 41 11. Select the Component 2 button and select the edge of the Component 2 as shown The axis origin and the Z axes align correctly. Selecting the edge of a component also deﬁnes the origin.
28. Select Switch Z axis button of Component 2 45 CHAPTER 1 An Introduction to Inventor Simulation 29. Click Apply. You should get the following joint created We now need to create a joint on the other side of component C02. 30. Now select Point-Plane Joint from the pull down menu as shown below 31. Select Camshaft edge as shown to deﬁne Z axis of Component 1 46 32. Select the Component 2 button and select the point of Component 2 as shown X axes are pointing in the opposite directions for both components.
Click OK Ͼ Accept the following warning By accepting the warning, we have created a redundant joint as illustrated below. CHAPTER 1 An Introduction to Inventor Simulation So the question is, why have we got a redundant joint as most doors have two hinges (such as two revolution joints)? Let’s examine the table below. DOF Joint type DOF removed Resultant DOF Frame 3 rotational 3 translational Grounded Ϫ6 0 Door 3 rotational 3 translational Revolution1 Ϫ5 1 Revolution2 Ϫ5 ؊5 By applying a 2nd joint on door, we are overconstrained by ؊5 Based on the above table, the door only seems to need one revolution joint to work properly as the resultant degree of freedom is one, which allows the door to open and close.
Action and Value in Criminal Law by Stephen Shute, Visit Amazon's John Gardner Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, John Gardner, , Jeremy Horder