## Theory of Machine The static balancing is satisfactory for low speed rotors but with increasing speeds, dynamic balancing becomes necessary. This is because, the

Effects of unbalances are proportional to the square of the speed
Unbalanced couples are caused only at higher speeds
Effects of unbalances are directly proportional to the speed
Unbalanced forces are not dangerous at higher speeds

## Theory of Machine Instantaneous center of rotation of a link in a four bar mechanism lies on

Can’t occur
Left side pivot of this link
Right side pivot of this link

## Theory of Machine A rotor which is balanced statically but not dynamically is supported on two bearings L apart and at high speed of the rotor, reaction on the left bearing is R. The right side of the bearing is shifted to a new position 2L apart from the left bearing. At the same rotor speed, dynamic reaction on the left bearing in the new arrangement will

Become equal to R/2
Remain same as before
Become equal to 2R
Become equal to R/4

Two-third
n times
1/n times
One-half