Fc = ar
Fc = ar - b
Fc = a/r + b
Fc = ar + b

## Theory of Machine Klein's construction is useful to determine

Displacement of various parts
Angular acceleration of various parts
Acceleration of various parts
Velocity of various parts

## Theory of Machine In a reciprocating steam engine, when the crank has turned from inner dead centre through an angle θ, the angular velocity of the connecting rod is given by

ω cosθ/(n² - cos²θ)1/2
ω cosθ/(n² - sin²θ)1/2
ω sinθ/(n² - cos²θ)1/2
ω sinθ/(n² - sin²θ)1/2

## Theory of Machine A circular bar moving in a round hole is an example of

Partially constrained motion
Successfully constrained motion
Completely constrained motion
Incompletely constrained motion

## Theory of Machine The displacement of a flat faced follower when it has contact with the flank of a circular arc cam, is given by (where R = Radius of flank, r₁ = Minimum radius of the cam, and θ = Angle turned through by the cam)

(R - r₁) (1 - cosθ)
(R - r₁) (1 - sinθ)
R (1 - sinθ)
R (1 - cosθ)

## Theory of Machine Coriolis component is encountered in

Slider crank mechanism
Both (A) and (C) above
Quick return mechanism of shaper
Four bar chain mechanism