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PROCEEDINGS OF THE

F I F T H WORLD GONGRESS ON
THE THEORY OF
MACHINES AND
MECHANISMS
JULY 8-13, 1979, MONTREAL, GANADA
V O L UME 1
SPONSOR ED BY:
The International Federation for the Theory of Machines
and Mechanisms (IFToMM)
The United States Council for the Theory of Machines
and Mechanisms (USCToMM)
The Canadian Council for the Theory of Machines
and Mechanisms (CCToMM)
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME)
National Research Council of Canada (NRC)
Concordia University
T HE A M E R I C A N S O C I E T Y OF M E C H A N I C A L E N G I N E E R S
Uni t ed Engi neeri ng Center 345 East 47t h Street New York, N. Y. 1 001 7
Y. L. Sarkisyan, USSR, B. Roth and K. C. Gupta, USA 13
Synthesis of a Four-Bar Linkage for a Limited Variation in the Velocity Ratio
M. A. Moustafa, Egypt 17
Synthesis of Plane Linkages for a Spatially Variable Temperature Environment
B. Prasad and R. C. Dix, USA 21
Synthesis of Four-Bar Linkages to Match Up to Four Prescribed Velocity Ratios
C. H. Chiang, Taiwan 25
Mixed Exact-Appropriate Multiply-Separated Pianar Mechanism Position Synthesis
G. H. Sutherland, USA 29
Isometric Transformation Method Used in the Synthesis of Homokinetic Mechanisms
F. Duditza and D. Dianconescu, Romania 34
Control of Angular Displacement in Burmester Synthesis Problems
K. J. Waldron and J. W. H. Sun, USA 38
The Kinematics of Co-Rotati,ig Fully Intermeshed Rotors and Screws
D. G. Tynan, USA 42
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER I
Dynamic Acceptance Test for Machine Tools Using a Stochastic Model
M. Samaha, T. S. Sankar, and M. 0. M. Osman, Canada. 45
Why Can the Characteristic Function, s = 1-(1-t)
n
Yield the Optimum Gear Surfaces of Helicai Gears
for Pumping Act'on?
H. lyoi and S. Ishimura, Japan 49
Design and Analysis of a Composite Spring
R. Dore and G. Drouin, Canada 53
Forces of Dynamically Loaded Fitted Bolts
/. Janezic, Yugoslavia 57
Design Analysis of Feedbowls
D. E. Ferguson, A. G. Erdman and D. A. Frohrib, USA 61
PL ANT E NGI NE E RI NG
PEWD A Portable Electronic Vehicle Weighing Device
G. S. Deep and C. S. Chandrasekhar, Brazil. 65
Conical Belt Transmission Between Shafts With Intersecting Axes
R. Chicurel, Mexico 69
Calculation of Vibrating Conveyor
A. Czubak, Nigeria 74
Future Manned Machines and Operations in Space
J. R. Tewell, R. A. Spencer, J. A. Lenda and J. W. Mooney, USA 78
Real Time Control for Numerical Control Milling of Sculptured Surfaces
J. Whitesell, Jr. andJ. Bernard, USA 82
Investigation of Toothed Belt Drivers
A. P. Pogrebnjak, USSR 86
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AN AL Y T I C AL V I BR AT I O N I
Finite Element Method for the Vibration Frequency of a Curved Beam With Tip Mass
S. V. Hoa, Canada . 90
Transient Processes in the Vibratory Systems With Elastico-Hereditary Bonds
A. G. Chervonenko, I. I. Krush and D. E. Borohovich, USSR 94
Vibrations of Planar Linkages With Elastic Links
H. Dresig, GDR 98
Investigations on the Dynamic Behaviour of Plate Vibrators
S. H. Mohsin, India 102
Continuum Mechanics of Asymmetrie Stress Fields
M. Shimbo, Japan and D. Mangeron, Romania 107
Optimal Synthesis of Linkages Using Householder Reflections
J. Angeles, Mexico 111
The Holographie Method of Receptance Measurement
T. Chalko, Poland 115
Identification of Oscillatory Systems With Harmonie Packet of Entry
A. A. Martynyuk and N. P. Plahtienko, USSR 118
COMPUTER AI D E D DESIGN AN D O P T I MI ZAT I O N I
Integration of Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing for CAMS Driving
Mechanisms
J. De Fraine, Belgium 122
Optimal Kinematic Synthesis of a Four Bar Linkage for Functions and Paths Generation
M. Di Giacinto, G. Guj and R. Piva, Italy 126
Experimental Determination of Mechanism Time Response
J, Tacheny, A. G. Erdman and D. L. Hagen, USA 130
Optimization of Design of Hand-held Tools With Vibration-Shock-Action by Means of Mathematical
Models
S. Kirchberg and G. Meltzer, GDR 134
A Hierarchical Technique for the Optimum Design of Curve-Generating Linkages
D. Sastry, India 139
An Experimental Approach to Dynamic Identification of Mechanical Systems
B. Z. Sandler, Israel. 144
Computer Aided Kinematic Design of Planetary Gear Trains
S. S. Kim and W. R. Newcombe, Canada 148
DYNAMICS OF GEARS I
A Supplement to the Study of Bearing Ability Analysis of the Induction Hardened Gears Using the
Finite Element Method
D. Vukelja and M. Nedeljkovic, Yugoslavia 153
On the Mechanical Exertion Between Two Toothed Cylindrical Surfaces With a Great Number of
Simultaneously Working Teeth
P. I. Tzenov and D. K. Karadimitrov, Bulgaria 156
Measurement of Dynamic Transmission Errors in Non-Circular Gearing
P. Bussieres, L. F. Daws and R. J. Ferguson, Canada 161
Running Temperature of Thermoplastic Gears
R. Gauvin and M. P. Girard, Canada 166
Determination of Magnitudes of Stresses Acting at Meshing on Tooth Sides of Helical Worm Gearings
V. Klimo and A. Pazak, Czechoslovakia 170
Photoelastic Study of the Stresses in Epicyclic Gearing
/. M. Allison and E. J. Hearn, England 173
Operational Axial Forces of Tooth Couplings
G. Pahl, GDR 177
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ROTOR DYNAMICS I
A Rotor Supported Without Contact Theory and Application
H. Ulbrich, G. Schweitzer and E. Bauser, GFR 181
Performance of Externally Pressurised Air Bearing
V. Kamala, India 185
Dynamic Characteristics of the Pericycloid Bearing With Unsymmetrical Supply Pressure
W. Kaniewski and S. Strzelecki, Poland 191
On the "Twice Per Revolution" Vibrations in Axially Unsymmetrical Shafts
N. Bachschmid, C. Diana, B. Pizzigoni and D. Borgese, Italy 195
Spring and Damping Coefficients of the Nonisothermal Oil Film
W. Kaniewski, S. Strzelecki and W. Swiderski, Poland 199
Study on Nonstationary Vibrations of Rotor Systems with Semirigid Spindles
/. Koretysski, USSR 203
On The Behaviour of an Ununiformly Heated Rotor
R. Cukic and D. Ruzic, Yugoslavia 207
Oil Pressure Distribution in the Dynamically Loaded Slide Bearing
J. M. Stasiak, Poland 211
Effect of Non-Newtonian Lubricant on the Unbalance Response and Stability of a Flexible
Rotor-Bearing System
C. Rajalingam, B. S. Prabhu and B. V. A. Rao, India 215
Critical Speeds of Multi-Bearing Rotors
M. Hincz, Poland 219
D YN AMI C S OF MACHI NES - I
The Determination of the Flexibility of Dynamic Systems by Means of Lagrange's Multi-Tree
J. Wojnarowski and J. Swider, Poland 223
A Method of Dynamic Synthesis in the Elastodynamics of Machinery Units
E. S. Stanchev and N. Minchev, Bulgaria 227
Dynaminical Analysis of a Machine With a View to Its Characteristic
J. Zahradka, Czechoslovakia 231
Dynamic Behaviour of a Stone Roughing Machine
M. A. Satter, Iran 234
Investigation of the Transient Process Arising in a Drive During Friction Clutch Engagement
A. Bodnar and S. Berczynski, Poland. 238
On Elastodynamic Behavior of Mechanisms: Parts I & II
J. G. Jahn, J. Nieto and E. Onate, UK. 242
Describing Function Simulation of Dynamic Forces in Single Degree-of-Freedom Mechanisms
R. R. Allen and D. M. Rozelle, USA 246
Dynamic Invariants in the Statistical Elastodynamics of Machinery Units
N. D. Minchev, Bulgaria 250
A Method of Site Balancing of Machine Systems
J. Wawrzecki, Poland 256
DYNAMI CS I
Modern Biomechanics, Its Foundations and Objectives in Engineering Medicine and Sport
Keynote Lecture
A. Morecki, Poland 260
Dynamics of Systems With Alternating Parameters
W. I. Sokolowski and W. S. Parschin, USSR 276
The Effect of Rotation on Structural Stiffness
D. A. Peters, USA 280
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Longitudinal Dynamics of the Train Consisting of Cars of Continuous Draw Bar Modelled as a
System of Elastic Discrete Masses
K. Horvath, Hungary 284
Dynamic Characteristic of Passive and Active Flexible Objects
W. Wodzicki, Poland 289
Dynamics of Non-Linear System: Railway Vehicle-Railway Track in Curve
N. Cucuz, Yugoslavia 293
On Rigid Body Displacement
F. Essenburg, USA 297
On The Matrices Which Represent Two Spatial-Positions of a Moving Rigid Body
B. Roth, USA 301
Dynamic Analysis of Two-Mass Drive System
W. Nadolski and A. Pielorz, Poland 306
ISOLATORS AN D DAMPERS
Experimental Investigation of the Dynamic Properties of Damped Systems
L. Pust, Czechoslovakia 310
Determination of Optimal Dampers in Driving Systems
F. Holzweibig and S. Liebig, GDR 314
Rapid-Action Wheel Suspension Mechanism
F. Sztanyik and G. Varga, Hungary 318
The Vibrations of Multi-Rotor Machines on the Non-Linear Shock Absorbers
Z. Parszewski and Z. Miklaszewicz, Poland 321
Study on a Variable Stiffness-Type Dynamic Damper With Eddy Current Damping
K. Seto, Japan 325
Effect of Primary Damping on the Tuning Conditions of a Dynamic Vibration Absorber
V. A. Bapatand H. V. Kumaraswamy, India 329
A Dynamic Vibration Damper With an Active Frequency Tuning
H. Holka, Poland 333
Analysis of Airspring Isolators
J. R. Baumgarten, G. E. Anderson, USA 337
DYNAMI CS OF G E A R S - I I
A New Gear Accuracy Measuring System by Measuring the Coordinates of Gear Profile
J. Ishikawa, M. Kajitani, Y. Ishiwaka, H. Osada and M. Shimojyo, Japan 341
Effect of the Tolerance on the Tooth Load by Spur Gear Drives With Positive-Drive and Branching
Power
K.-H. Vatterott, GFR 345
Multiple Impacts of a Cylinder Between Two Planes and of the Meshing Teeth of a Pair of Gears
T. Hayashi, N. Nishi and T. Ohno, Japan and F. R. E. Crossley, USA 350
Investigations on the Thermal Balance of Gear Drives
H. Winter and K. Michaelis, GFR 354
New Measuring Method of a Single Flank Transmission Error of a Pair of Gears
/. Hayashi and T. Hayashi, Japan 359
The Tooth-Gear Dynamic Model
L Muller, Poland. 363
On The Surface Durability of Power Transmission Gears
R. Krishnamurthy and B. Shankar, India 366
COMPUTER AI D E D DESIGN AND O P T I MI ZAT I O N - I I
Interactive Graphical Generation of Models of Large Dynamic Systems With Essentially Similar Parts
R. Williams and A. Seireg, USA 370
Computer Study of a Spatial Mechanism
C. Florea, Romania 375
Al gori t hms of Si mul ati on of Dynamics of Complicated Control l ed Mechanisms on Digital and
Anal og Computers
P. B. Sliede, USSR 378
On the Use of Compl ex Met hod of Constrained Opt i mi zat i on in Linkage Synthesis
R. V. Dukkipati, S. Sankar and M. O. M. Osman, Canada 382
A Generalized Computer Al gori t hm t o Synthesize f or Rigid Body Guidance Al l Planar Mechanisms
Wi th One Degree of Freedom
A. H. Soni and S. A. Azeez, USA 388
An Extra Accelerated Met hod f or the Opt i mi zat i on of Hobbi ng Process
R. Mitrovic, Yugoslavia 392
Opt i mi zat i on of the Synthesis of the Steering Linkage in Vehicles
Fl. Dudita and I. Visa, Romania 396
Computeri zi ng Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) Assists Designers
B. Levine, USA 400
A N A L Y T I C A L V I BR A T I O N I I
Stabi l i zati on of Seif Exci ted Oscillations
D. L. Taylor, USA 404
Random Processes and Transfer of Dynami c Systems
L. Rus, Czechoslovakia 408
On The Stabi l i ty of Small-frame Vi brat i on f or Non-Uni f orm Reducti on Linkages
R. Schraut, GFR 412
Somerfel d Resonance Effect in Vi brat i ng System Wi th Variable Mechanical Parameters
M. Kobrin, Israel 416
On The Sel f-Synchroni zati on of Mechanical Vi brat or Due t o the Impact
J. Inoue, Y. Araki and S. Miyaura, Japan 420
Some Remarks on the Problem of the Use of Correl ati on Methods f or the Analysis of Acousti c
Parameters of Enclosures
G. Brzozka, Poland 424
Lateral Response Spectra of Longi tudi nal l y Rapped Thi n Elements
D. Juricic and G. Herrmann, USA 428
Sel f-Exci ted Oscillations in Rectilinear Mechanical Systems
D. Filipov, Bulgaria 432
T E C H N O L O G Y T R A N S F E R I I
Ori gi nal Cont ri but i ons t o an Established Principle Used in the Turni ng of Polygons on a Lathe
F. Sticher and A. A. Sherwood, Australia 436
An Al ternate Speci fi cati on f or Metri e Screw Threads
D. N. Jensen, Canada 440
Adel i sor and Eladisor of New Spring Elements
J. Jerabek, Czechoslovakia 445
A Logical Approach t o Design of Statically Loaded Helical Springs Made From Round Wire
C. Samonov, Mexico 449
A Cont r i but i on t o the Analyses of the Fl ywheel Energy Transfer of Fri ct i on Screw Presses Wi t hout
Side Discs
P. Popovic and D. Domazet, Yugoslavia 453
D Y N A M I C S O F M E C H A N I S M S I
Dynami c Analysis of a Constant-Vel oci ty Mechanism
J. H. Escobar, Ecuador and M. J. Gilmartin, England 457
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The Concept of Structural Group in the Analysis and Synthesis of Barred and Geared Mechanisms
/. N. Constantinescu and V. Zamfir, Romania 462
Experimental Investigations of Multi-Impact Wrenches
J. Baumgarten, USA and B. Bialkowicz and A. Oledzki, Po/and 466
Dynamically Tuned Gyroscopes
L. Maunder, England 470
Kinetolelastodynamic Deviations of Dyades
C. Pelecudi and S. Mitsis, Romania 474
Vibration of a Non-Linear Polyharmonic Type Oscillator
V. Jivkovand I. Viltchev, Bulgaria 478
Determination of Coulomb Friction Forces in Complex Mechanical Systems
K. Nazarczuk, Poland 481
Static Analysis of a Constant-Velocity Coupling
M. J. Gilmartin, England 485
KI N E MAT I C ANALYSI S AN D SYNTHESIS I I
Line System Geometry Applied to Closures of Spatial Mechanisms
F. Sticher, Australia 489
The Fundamental Dimensions of a Centroidal Mechanism With Slider
M. D, Mochkov, Bulgaria. 494
A Novel Method for the 4-Bar Function Generation Problem: Subdomain Method
/. AkcaliandJ. C. Lindholm, USA 498
Coupler-Curve Linkages With Hydrodynamic Lubrication
J. Volmer, H. Glaser and C. Gruger, GDR 502
Statics of Immovable and Movable Spatial Systems by Dual Deformation Vectors (Deformation
Screws)
M. Keler and M. A. Beran, GFR 506
On a Theorem of De La Hire
G. R. Veldkamp, The Netherlands 510
The Unitary Method of Structural Synthesis of All Planar Jointed Kinematic Chains (KCmjsD
N. I. Manolescu, Romania 514
Kinematic Analysis of a Modern High-Speed Impact Printer
S. R. Dandage and A. L. Dil Pare, USA 518
Envelopes and Line-Loci From the Planar Four-Bar Linkage; Introductory Theory and Applications
K. H. Hunt, Australia 522
KINEMATIC ANALYSIS AN D SYNTHESIS - I I I
Controlling Mechanical Motion Keynote Lecture
A. U. Ishlinskii, USSR 526
A Rapid Method for Optimum Kinematic and Dynamic Synthesis of Planar Four-Bar Linkages
A. G. R. Thomson and C. J. Clifton, England 532
Symmetrical Coupler Curves Produced by a Six-Bar Linkage of Type Stephenson-I
. A. Dijksman, Netherlands 537
On The Kinematic Synthesis of Five-Axis 3R-2C Spatial Screw Generating Mechanism
P. N. Nitescu, Romania 541
Kinematic Analysis and Technique of Synthesis of an Elastic Four Bar Chain
J. P. Modak and B. D. Shiwalkar, India 545
A New Algorithm for Kinematic Synthesis of Plate Cam Profiles for Prescribed Follower Acceleration
A. Di Benedetto and A. Vinciguerra, Italy 549
Synthesis of a Four-Bar Mechanism to Generate Desired Radii of Polode Curvature at More Than One
Design Point
S. V. Kulkarni, India 553
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Problems of Kinematics and Accuracy of Five-Link Hinged Mechanisms
N. S. Davitashivili, USSR 557
Synthesis of High Class Mechanisms on Condition of Coordinating Movements of Two Working
Members >
U. A. Djoldasbekov and K. S. Ivanov, USSR 561
Curvature Theories in Spatial Kinematics
G. R. Veldkamp, Netherlands 565
D YN AMI C S OF MECHANISMS I I
Dynamic Analysis of Mechanisms with Nonintegrable Constraints o
D. N. Levitsky, USSR 571
Dynamics of Mechanisms of a Variable Structure
S. N. Kogevnikov and E. I. Antoniouk, USSR 574
Dynamics and Stability of an Orientation Mechanism for Submersibles
W. M. Mansour, Brazil 579
Application of the Vector Transposition Method to the Caiculation of the Inner Load Distribution of
the Multi-Arm Spatial Mechanism Uni-Thru
A. P. Stupin, Po/and. 583
A Finite Element Approach to Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms
K. Van Der Werff, The Netherlands 587
Improving Dynamic Characteristics of a Cam-Follower Mechanism Through Finite Difference
R. N. Kanango and N. Patnaik, India 591
On the Geometry of Cylindrical Cams
U. Meneghetti and A. Andrisano, Italy 595
Dynamical Analysis of Mechanisms Using Symbolical Equation Manipulation
E. J. Kreuzer, GFR 599 0
F L UI D POWER TECHNOLOGY
Vibrational Modes of an Aircraft Simulator Motion System
R. Hoffman and M. McKinnon, Canada 603
The Optimization of the Performance of Vane-Type Air Motors
G. Jacazio, B. Piombo, A. Romiti and A. Sola, Italy 607
The Analysis of Six-Degree-of-Freedom Work Station for Mechanised Assembly
H. McCallion and P. D. Truong, New Zealand 611
Simulation-Aided Design of a Quiet Pneumatic Rock Drill
R. J. Hooker, Australia 617
Methods for Solution of the Problem of Producting Precision Large Forgings on Heavy Hydraulic
Presses
B. V. Rosanov, V. P. Lints and E. V. Kasimov, USSR 621
A Hydraulic Motor for Low-Cost Applications
A. E. F. Fahim, L. Suchy and C. C. K. Kwok, Canada 625
PROBLEMS I N T UR BOMAC H I N E R Y
A Combined Finite Element - Transfer Matrix Method for the Theoretical Evaluation of Free
Vibration of Pretwisted Turbomachinery Blades
G. Chiatti and A. Sestieri, Italy 629
The Use of Various Experimental Techniques in Describing the Plastic Collapse of Turbine Discs
F. Ginesu, B. Picasso and P. Priolo, Italy 633
Turbomachine Blade Vibration
J. S. Rao, India 637
Prediction of Subsonic Flow Angle in Turbine Blades
F. Martelli, Italy 641
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On Discrete Modelisation of Response of Blades With Slip and Hysteretic Damping
A. Muszynska, Poland and D. I. G. Jones, USA 646
Some Experience With Dynamic Absorbers for Impeller Pumps
S. S. Stecco and A. Janigro, Italy 650
COMPUTER AI D E D DESIGN AN D O P T I MI ZAT I O N - IM
Ships Machine Aggregates Dynamic Analysis by Means of Electronic Digital Computer
V. I. Nebesnov, USSR 654
Multi-Criterial Optimization of Parameters of a Mechanical System
O. Knaifl, Czechoslovakia 659
Optimum Synthesis of Geared Four-Bar Linkages to Generate Functions of Two Variables Using
Geometrie Programming
A. C. Rao, India 663
Computer Aided Design of Mechanisms, The CADOM-Project of the Delft University of Technology
H. Rankers, B. van den Berg, A. van Dijk, A. J. K. Breteler and K. van der Werff,
The Netherlands 667
On Good Starting Points for Optimization of Machines
J. Oderfeld, Poland 673
Simulation of Engineering Systems Containing Lumped Components and Transmission Elements
R. C. Rosenberg and J. Devlin, USA 676
Automated Simulation and Display of Mechanism and Vehicle Behaviour
J. C. Wiley, B. E. Romig, N. Orlandea, T. A. Berenyi and D. W. Smith, USA 680
Dynamic Design Study of a Hydrostatic Transmission System for Urban Buses
J. Svoboda, Canada 684
MECHANI CAL DEVI CES AN D SYSTEMS - I
Optimization of an Electro-Mechanical Hammer Firing System for Impact Printers
S. R. Dandage, R. Funkhouser, A. Prior and J. Cattorini, USA 688
Dynamics of Railroad Cars Fitted With Automatic Coupling Units
T. Tomaszczyk and A. Oledzki, Poland 692
Bevel Gear Differentials for Industrial Applications
F. W. Geurts, USA 696
Dynamics of Molten Metal Weighing Devices
E. S. Sidash, USSR 700
Dynamic of Breaking Vehicle Having Anti-Blocking Device
J. Lanzendoerfer and C. Szczepaniak, Poland 702
A Non-Stall Point Automotive Transmission Makes a Major Fuel Saving Possible
W. H. DeLancey, USA 706
Some Ingenious Mechanisms Used Across the Time in the Romanian Populr Technique
/. Popescu, Romania 710
A Six-Link Mechanism That Simulates a Positive Displacement Machine
J. L. Schlafer, USA 712
EXPERI MENTAL AND TEACHI NG METHODS
Projected Changes in the Engineer's Life-Style Within the Coming Decade
D. C. Sayles, USA 715
Engineering Design Process in the Conceptual Phase
G. Pahl, GFR 720
Diagram Method for Teaching Mechanisms and Machines
Z. Levai, Hungary 724
Biomechanics and Its Role in Workplace Design: A Multimedia Teaching Approach
M. V. Ananthakrishnan and S. P. Dutta, India 728
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Description and Classification for Mechanisms-Oriented Design Problems
G. Merhar, Switzerland 732
Historical Notes on Coupler Curves
E. F. Fichter, USA 736
About the General Features of Mechanisms of Different Families (Clasification After
I. I. Artobolevskiy)
S. I. Pantleev, USSR 739
POWER TRANSMISSIONS
Power Transmission by Kinematically Unconstrained Mechanisms
T. F. Berreen andJ. S. Stecki, Australia 743
On the Synthesis of "Turbula" Gear Train
K. Wohlhart, Austria 747
Performance Characteristics of a Ker-Train Transmission
L. F. Daws and R. J. Ferguson, Canada 751
Small Gear Sizes by Using Bicoupled PlanetaryTransmissions
H. W. Muller, GFR 755
Special Questions of Planetary Gear Drives With Compound Planet Pinion
A. Terplan, Hungary 759
Power Control in Planetary Gear
M. Wozniak, Po/and 763
Experimental Dynamics of Cardan Shaft Locomotives Transmissions
N. I. Manolescu and T. lonescu, Romania '. 767
Randomless Operation of the Coupling Logical Mechanism of the Geared Discrete Speed Variator
/. Szekely, Romania 771
PNEUMATICS, HYDRAUL I CS AN D ELECTRODYNAMI CS I
Improving Productivity by Adaptive Control Keynote Lecture
M. C. Shaw and J. P. Avery, USA 777
Synthesis of Hydraulic Mechanisms With Reciprocating Motion Having Extreme Characteristics
A. A. Grunawer, N. D. Gritsenko and V. M. Nikitin, USSR 781
Effect of Radial Clearances in Hydraulic Spool Vaives on the Static and Dynamic Characteristics
of Servomechanisms
A. Baz, USA , A. Barakat and G, Rabie, Egypt 785
A General Statistical Method for the Analysis of Stationary Liquid Flows
C. Arrighetti, Italy 789
Speed Distribution in the Pipes Under Pressure With Equilaterai Triangle and Rectangle Cross Section
in the Laminar Flow
A. Vasilescu and V. I. Andrei, Romania 793
Dynamics of Hydromechanic Systems With an Open-Circle Volumetrie Hydraulic Drive
A. V. Prazdnikov, A. U. Vulych and V. I. Bolshakov, USSR 796
Dynamics of Inertial Stepless Automatic Transformer of Driving Moment With Elastic Elements
A. I. LeonovandA. F. Dubrovsky, USSR 800
Simulation of a Fluidic-Hydraulic Control System
E. J. Espinosa, H. R. Martin and S. A. Alpay, Canada 804
A Hydraulic Stepper Motor
J. S. Ansari, India 808
ROBOTS A N D MANI PULATORS - I
Towards Real-Time Dynamic Control of Manipulators
V. Cvetkovic andM. Vukobratovic, Yugoslavia 811
Results of the Examination of Industrial Robots on a Test Stand
H. J. Warnecke, B. Brodbeck and G. Schiele, GFR 816
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Development of a Theory of Errors for Manipulators
K. J. Waldron and A. Kumar, USA 821
Piezoelectric Drives With Several Degrees of Freedom for Micromanipulators
R. Bansevitchus and K. Ragulskis, USSR 827 Q
Dynamics and Control Methods for Moving Flexible Structures and Their Application to Industrial
Robots
A. Truckenbrodt, GFR 831
Qualimetry of Robot and Manipulator Mechanisms
E. G. Nachapetjan, USSR 835
System Design Features of the Space Shuttle Remote Manipulator
P. Kumar, P. Truss and C. G. Wagner-Bartak, Canada 839
VOLUME TWO
BIOMECHANISMS I
The Dynamics of the Human Body
J. Wittenburg, GFR 843
Man-Machine System: Research on the Bio-Mechanical Lep of High Speed Guidance
M. Pirtoli, Italy 847
Simulation of Human Walking Characteristics by Simple Model
T. Yamashita and T. Taniguchi, Japan 851
Development of the Theory and Practice of Biomechanisms in Poland
A. Morecki, Poland 855
Determination of Joint Positions From Limb Segment Constraints in Robotic Systems
D. E. Orin and S. Y. Oh, USA
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Some Biomechanical Aspects of the Hand Movement
O. Muftic, Yugoslavia 864
COMPUTER A I D E D DESIGN AN D O P T I MI ZAT I O N I V
Optimization of Discrete Linear System Parameters From the Point of View of Dynamics
V. Zeman, Czechoslovakia 867
Computer Aided Statement of Engineering Optimum Design Problems
V. I. Sergeyev, I. M. Sobol and R. B. Statnikov, USSR 871
Basic Analysis and Optimal Design of In-Iine Transfer Indexing Cam
H. Makino, Japan 875
Global Optimum Search in Design
E. Chicurel, Mexico 879
Partial Derivatives in Kinematic Optimization
A. J. Klein Breteler, The Netherlands 883
Optimal Synthesis Method of Mechanical Transmissions
J. Kowalski, Poland 889
A Graphical Design Procedure for a Fluid Operated Stepping Motor
A. E. F. Fahim and R. M. H. Cheng, Canada 901
NOISE PROBLEMS I N MACHI NERY
On The Noise of Roller Chain Drives
K. Uehara and T. Nakajima, Japan 906
An Analytical Approach to the Source Reduction of Noise and Vibration in Highly Loaded
Mechanical Power-Transmission Systems
R. J. Drago, J. W. Lenski, Jr. and A. Royal, USA 910
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Influences of Printing Paper on Noise of Impact Printer
N. Nishiwaki, S. Hori and M. Tsutsumi, Japan 914
Noise and Vibration Control of Motor Vehicle Units and Mechanisms
A. G. Zubakin and V. E. Koshkin, USSR 918
Identification of Vibroacoustic Effects in Mechanisms
K. Tomaszewski, Poland 922
Noise and Vibrations of the Rotor System of a Compressor
W. J. Stojanowski, Poland 926
Dynamics of a Three-Wheeled Vehicle
H. Hatwal and A. Ghosh, India 930
On the Predictability of Dynamic Wheel Loads in Automobile Proving Ground Tests
H. K. Sachs and J. J. Johnson, USA 935
The Mechanism of Processing With Unbalanced Grinding Wheel
G. Varga and F. Sztanyik, Hungary 939
Effect of Test Clamp Weight on the Evaluation of Stockbridge Damper Performance
M. S. Dhotarad, N. Ganesan and B. V. A. Rao, India 943
On the Analysis of Dynamics of Sealing Elements
A. Rovetta, Italy 947
Performance Characteristics and Working Comfortableness of Forest Workers of a New Vibrationless
Chain Saw Utilizing Perfectly Balanced Rotation-Reciprocation Device
K. Ishida and T. Matsuda, Japan 951
Theoretical Behaviour of a Vibratory Moldboard Plow
M. Aguirre-Gandara, A. Ramirez-Tapia and J. L. Hernandez-Cano, Mexico 955
Application of Finite Element Method to Design of Torispherical Bottom of Autociave Made by Minel
V. M. Trbojevic, Yugoslavia 960
D YN AMI C S OF MECHANISMS - I I I
The Sliding Dynamics of CV-Joints: Mathematical Modeling and Non-Linear Dynamical Equations
N. Bellomo and A. Palamara Orsi 964
On the Development of Criteria for the Prediction of Impact in the Design of High Speed Systems
With Clearances
S. Dubowsky, USA, J. M. Prentis, England, and R. A. Valero, USA 968
On Influences of Clearance and Friction Effects to the Behaviour of Transfer Mechanisms
G. Bogelsack, V. Ifrim and H. quoc Viet, GDR 972
Dynamic Analysis of Specific Devices With Flexible Links by Finite Element Method
A. Gulbinas, A. P. Kavolelis and A. Jakstas, USSR 976
The Application of Hydraulic Impact for Accelerating Rigid Bodies
Z. Koloc and M. Vaclavik, Czechoslovakia 980
Changes of the Dynamic Properties of the Real Cam Profile During Its Wear
B. Bialkowicz, T. Klimowicz and M. Swietlik 984
Analysis of the Dynamical Motion of a Detached Level Escapement
J. F. Shelley and F. R. Tepper, USA 988
Optimisation of Picking Cam Design Through Dynamic Studies
P. B. Jhala and C. G. Venkataramanan, India 992
KI N E MAT I C ANALYSI S AN D SYNTHESIS - I V
Kinematic Approach Based on the Two Special Points P and U on the Inflexion Circle
H. J. Antuma, The Netherlands 996
Constantly Transmitting Four Bars
E. h. K. Hain, GFR 1000
Optimum Design of Linkages Using Fourier Series and Taylor Series
J. S. Lal, India 1004
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Numerical Solution to the Input-Output Displacement Equation of the General 7 R Spatial Mechanism
H. Albala, Israel and J. Angeles, GFR 1008
Geared Five Link Mechanisms With a Rack on the Coupler Systematic, Kinematic and Applications
H. Rankers, The Netherlands 1012
Special Four-Bar Spatial Mechanisms as Function-Generators
K. Luck and K.-H. Modler, GDR 1020
A Least-Squares Finite-Difference Method for Kinetic Analysis
F. Y. Chen, USA 1024
The Variety, Cognate Relationships, Class and Degeneration of the Coupler Curves of the Planar
4R Linkage
E. F. Fichter, USA and K. H. Hunt, Australia 1028
Stepmechanisms and Their Behavior
IM. Pavlovic, T. Petrovic, Z. Zivkovic, Yugoslavia and G. Bogelsack, GDR 1032
Analytical Determination of the Space Burmester Lines for Cylindric-Cylindric Cranks
A. F. Vadasz, Venezuela and A. H. Soni, USA 1036
KI N E MAT I C ANALYSI S AN D SYNTHESIS - V
Without Vision . . . Keynote Lecture
D. Firth, UK. 1040
Optimum Synthesis of the Spherical Four-Bar Mechanism for Function Generation With Optimum
Transmission Characterstics via the Linear Partition of Design Equations
C. Bagci and D. R. Falconer, USA 1056
Analytic Methods of Synthesis of the Plane Mechanisms Which Outline Imposed Trajectories
/. Popescu, Romania 1062
Remarks Upon the Importance of the Functional Relationship in Analysis and Synthesis of
Mechanisms
G. Geise and K.-H. Modler, GDR 1065
Analysis and Synthesis of Some Five-Link Bar Mechanisms
N. S. Davitashvili and D. S. Tavkhelidze, USSR 1069
The Synthesis of Plane Mechanisms Which Fulfil the Imposed Rules of Motion
/. Popescu, Romania 1073
DYNAMI CS OF MECHANISMS - IV
Contributions to the Matrix Elastodynamic Analysis of Plane Mechanisms Placed in a Field of
Hydrodynamic Forces
M. Bucelei, Romania 1075
Predicting Impact Conditions Due to Bearing Clearances in Linkage Mechanisms
S. W. E. Earles and 0. Kilikay, England 1078
Force Balancing of a Six-Bar Linkage
/?. S. Berkof, USA 1082
Classification and Design of Three-Dimensional Cam Mechanisms
G. Dittrich and H. Zakel, GFR 1086
On the Modelling of Impacts of Two Elastic Bodies Having Fiat and Cylindrical Surfaces With
Application to Cam Mechanisms
F. R. E. Crossley, USA, A. Oledzki and W. Szydlowski, Poland 1090
The Effect of Clearance and Tolerances in Linkages Motion
C. Hammerschmidt and H. Strumpfe/, GDR 1093
Computer Aided Type Synthesis and Compilation of Specific Mechanisms of Lowest Complexity
G. Kiper, GFR 1097
Analysis of Six-Bar Mechanism for Textile Machines
K. S. H. Sadek and M. El-Messiry, Iraq 1101
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DYNAMI CS OF GEARS - IM
True Stress and Stiffness of Spur Gear Tooth
T. Tobe, M. Kato and K. Inoue, Japan 1105
Whirl of Geared Systems Supported on Hydrodynamic Bearings
B. M. Hamad, Sudan and A. Seireg, USA 1109
Worm Gears of Increased Seizure and Pitting Resistance
K. J. Wozniak, Po/and 1113
In Connection With the Theory of Rolling Contact Gears Basis
/. Bocian and G. Miloiu, Romania 1116
Effect of Gear Errors on Non-Linear Vibrations of a Gear-Train System
B. Kishor, India 1122
On a Planetary Gear Servo-Damping Unit
Y. Okada and T. Nakada, Japan 1126
Dynamic Behaviour of a Mechanical System With Gear Transmission Error
A. Toda and G. V. Tordion, Canada 1130
COMPUTER AI D E D DESIGN AN D O P T I MI ZAT I O N - V
Optimization of Machine Parts Dynamic Calculation
E. K. Korovin, USSR 1134
Optimization of Testing for Experimental Run Labour-Saving Machinery
B. N. Volkov, V. G. Pereponov, I. V. Vinokourov and Sh. S. Noukhanov, USSR 1137
Optimum Design of Mechanisms with Spur and Helical Gears and Involute Profile
V. Merticaru and V. Atansiu, Romania 1140
Mathematical Model and Computer Program in Fortran for Helical Gearing Noise
V. Merticaru and V. Atanasiu, Romania 1144
Optimization of the Geometry and the Kinematics of the Hypoid Gears
V. Simon, Yugoslavia 1148
Automated Optimum Design of Stepped Thrust Bearings
V. K. Chopra, B. D. Gupta and V. K. Kapur, India 1154
BI O M E C H A N I S M S -I I
On Some Biomechanical Aspects of Vertebral Scoloisis Using the Harrington Rod
A. Di Benedetto, A. Vinciguerra, L. Aulisa and G. Lorini, Italy 1158
Heuristic Approaches to the Inversed Dynamic Linkage Problems: With Special Application to
Biomechanics
T. W. Lee and N. Langrana, USA 1163
A Model of Repetitive Hopping Movements in Man
K. Matsuoka, Japan 1168
Crash Victim Simulations Their Use and Validation
D. H. Robbins, USA 1172
The Kinematics and Control of Soft Gripper for the Handling of Living or Fragile Objects
S. Hirose and Y. Umetani, Japan 1175
R E L I ABI L I T Y CONTROL
An Economic Approach to Total Reliability Optimization
S. S. Issa, GFR 1179
Optimal Choice of a Redundancy Technique to Assure the Required Design Objectives and Per-
formance Reliability
A. F. Rashed and M. A. Mitwally, Egypt 1182
The "Damage Mechanism" of Elements of Mechanisms
J. Muller, GDR 1188
Simulation of Gear Life
A. Kubo, Japan 1192
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Current Control of the Optimum Reliability of the Diesel Locomotive
Z Lisowski, Poland 1196
Statistical Analysis of Accuracy and Parametrical Reliability of Machines and Mechanisms
H. Kordonsky, N. Salenieks and A. Zviedris, USSR 1200
PREVENTI VE MAI NTENANCE
General Theory of Machine Systems
V. Hubka, Switzerland 1204
Extreme Values of Stochastic Stress Vibrations in Machine Parts
M. Matolcsy, Hungary 1208
Maintenance Aspects of Machines are Also the Designer's Responsibility
B. Levine, USA 1214
Identification and Diagnostics of Rotary Machines
S. S. KorabljevandE. I. Fedotkin, USSR 1218
On a Digital Approach to the Analysis of Mechanical System Response Systems
G. D. Xistris and G. K. Boast, Canada 1222
DYNAMI CS OF MACHI NES I I
Modern Problems of the Vibration Research in Machines Systems "Man-Machine" Keynote Lecture
K. V. Frolov, USSR 1640
Problems of Vibrations in the Systems "Man-Machine-Environment"
K. V. Frolov, USSR 1226
Numerical Method of Integration at the Equation of Machine Motion
W. Ostachowicz, Poland 1229
On the Dynamics of High Power Earth-Moving Machines
G. Kunad, R. Kluge, H. Buge and A. Wetzet, GDR 1232
The Application of Graphs and Structural Numbers in the Modelling of Vibration Machines
J. Wojnarowski, Poland. 1236
Dynamic Analysis of Rotary Engine Apex Seals
A. R. Martin andJ. P. Sadler, USA 1240
Some Problems of Reversible Machines Dynamics
V. Jaric, B. Milasincic and D. Pustiac, Yugos/avia 1244
On the Dynamics of the Mechanical System with Certain Random Excitation
M. Dietrich and M. Terlikowska, Poland 1250
PNEUMATICS, HYDRAUL I CS AND ELECTRODYNAMI CS - I I
Vibro-Impulsive Motion of the Ferro-Magnetic Bars in Magnetic Field
P. A. Lebedev, V. I. Rodin and S. V. Urushev, USSR 1254
Modelling of Pneumatic Drives
K. Nazarczuk, Poland 1258
Theory of the Power Impulse Systems With Hydraulic and Electromechanic Vibro-Percussive
Energy Transformer
O. D. Alimov, S. A. Basov and V. K. Manjosov, USSR 1262
Epicyclic Gear Pump
C. K. Wojcik, Saudi Arabia 1266
Dynamics of Electromagnetic Machines
N. P. Ryashentsev and A. T. Malov, USSR 1272
Speed and Position Control of a Pneumatic Cylinder Using a Cam and Air Sensors
K. Yamafuji and T. Iwagaya, Japan 1275
The Determination of the Optimum Dimensions of Pneumatic Motors for a Certain Power
/. N. Constantinescu, R. Czibula and A. Florea, Romania 1279
Energy Economy of a Hydrostatic Transmission for Skid Steered Terrain Vehicles
J. Svoboda and H. Hong, Canada 1283
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CAM MECHANISMS
Contributions to the Analytical Optimal Synthesis of Cams Mechanism Disk With Cam Follower
Oscilatory are Employed With Automatised Machine Tools Which Use the Electronic Computer
Hewlett Packard
D. Stanescu and G. Bonocoi, Romania 1287
Contributions to the Technological Synthesis of Cams Mechanisms Disk Used With Automatised
Machine Tools Which Use the Electronic Computer Hewlett Packard
D. Stanescu and G. Bonocoi, Roman ia 1291
The Optimization of the Cams Utilised in the Construction of the Machines-Tools
N. I. Manolescu, D. Stanescu and G. Bonoci, Romania 1295
The Modified Polynomial Specification for Cams
G. K. Matthew, USA 1299
Optimization Criteria in Polydyne CAM Design
N. Berzak and F. Freudenstein, USA 1303
Generalized Design Technique for a Spatial Cam-Link Function Generator
M. W. Dixon and K. L Ting, USA 1307
Periodic Response of High-Speed Cam Mechanism with Flexible Follower and Camshaft Using a
Closed-Form Numerical Algorithm
A. Midha, M. L. Badlani and A. G. Erdman, USA 1311
On The Classification and Enumeration of Six-Link and Eight-Link Cam-Modulated Linkages
R. F. Pryor, S. G. Dhande, and G. N. Sandor,USA 1315
ROBOTS AN D MANI PULATORS I I
Principles of Designing Actuating System for Industrial Robots
A. E. Kobrinskii, A. I. Korendyasev, B. L. Salamandra and L. I. Tyves, USSR 1322
Synthesis of Electrohydraulic Servosystem for Industrial Manipulators
P. Ciner, Yugoslavia 1327
Computer Synthesis of Continuous Path Robot Motion
V. Milenkovic, USA 1332
Physical and Mathematical Model of Multifunctional Anthropomorphoral Mechanism
K. V. Kveladse, USSR 1336
Features of Steering Mechanisms of Walking Vehicles
A. P. Bessonov and N. V. Umnov, USSR 1339
A Recursive Solution to the Equations of Motion of an N-Link Manipulator
W. W. Armstrong, Canada 1343
Pneumatic Control Device for Industrial Manipulators
D. Rajic, Yugoslavia
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Dynamics and Control of Anthropomorphic Industrial Manipulators
M. Vukobratovic, D. Hristic and D. Stokic, Yugoslavia 1351
BEARING DYNAMI CS AN D LUBRI CATI ON
Dynamic Analysis of Oil Film Bearing With Application of Finite Element Method
J. Stemarczyk, Poland 1356
Wear-Resistant and Self-Lubricating Coatings for Mechanical Components
H. Bovingand H. E. Hinterman, Switzerland. 1360
Stiffness and Damping Matrices of Multi-Sleeve Journal Bearings
N. H. Hien and M. Roszkowski, Poland 1364
Simple Method of Clearance Detection in Kinematic Pairs
C. Cempel, Poland 1368
MECHANI CAL DEVI CES AN D SYSTEMS IM
Dynamic Fundamentals of Designing Fatigue Testing Machines with Programmed Control
M. E. Garf, USSR 1372
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The Use of Flexible Members in Technique
G. G. Vassin and V. V. Levanidov, USSR 137g
On The Development of the Shuttle Mechanism of the Power-Loom
J. S. Rao and D. Y. Bibikar, India 133g
Computer Modelling of Systems with Intermittent Motion
F. R. E. Crossley, USA, A. Oledzki, K. Nasarcuzuk and W. Szydlowski, Poland
1 3 8 4
The Perspectives of New Inertia-Impulse Mechanisms Application in the Drives of Working Machine
Members
G. G. Vassin and V. I. Pozhbelko, USSR
1 3 8 8
The Optimal Synthesis of the Mechanism Which Generates Two Perpendicular Straight Lines
A. Sekulic and T. Pantelic, Yugoslavia 1 ^Q2
DYNAMI CS OF MECHANISMS V
The Roller Motion Mechanism and Some Effects Upon the Ramming Process
A. G. Vrigazov and P. I. Tzenov, Bulgaria 1395
Dynamic Modelling of Stepping Motor Mechanisms
G. Bogelsack and E. Schron, GDR 1400
Asymmetrie Impact of Finite Bars Using Finite Difference Method
P. V. Ramana Murti and V. Ramamurti, India 1404
Dynamics of Indexing Cam Mechanism and Speed-Up of Its Motion
M. Takano and S. Toyama, Japan 1408
The Matrix Thermokinematic and Dynamic Analysis of Plane Kinematic Chains Characterized by
Two Degrees of Mobility
M. Buculei and S. Mitsis, Romania 1412
Dynamics of the Pin Pallet Runaway Escapement
G. G. Lwen and F. R. Tepper, USA 1416
Pecularities of the Dynamic Balancing of Spatial Four-Bar Mechanisms
T. T. Gappoev and D. B. Tabuev, USSR 1420
KI NE MAT I C ANALYSI S AN D SYNTHESIS V I
A Numerical Method of Optimal Tolerance Determination in Kinematic Chains
S. Miller and W. Twarog, Poland 1424
Kinematic Analysis of Spatial Mechanisms Using Screw Coordinates
G. Kunad, GDR 1428
Optimum Design of Linkages Using Closed Form (Non-Iterative) Techniques
J. S. Lal, India 1432
Possibility of the Development of a Curved Translation for a Member of an Extended Kinematic
Chain of a Curved Sliding Mechanism
M. Stoimenov and T. Pantelic, Yugoslavia 1436
Intrinsic Invariants of Rigid Body Motion and Higher Path Curvature Theory in Spatial Kinematics
M. N. Siddhanty and A. H. Soni, USA 1440
Influence of Center Distance Change at Noninvolute Spur Gears
J. Hiebanja, Yugoslavia 1444
Determination of Some Kinematic-Geometrical Characteristics of Helical Worm Gearings
A. Pazak and V. Klimo, Czechoslovakia 1448
Synthesis of Plane Mechanisms for Approximate Reproduction of Algebraic Curves
V. S. Karelin, USSR 1452
KI NE MAT I C ANALYSI S AND SYNTHESIS V I I
Synthesis of Six-Link Involute Cam-Mechanisms
P. V. Ramanamurti andT. V. Lakshmana Rao, India 1456
Kinematic Synthesis of Drive Mechanisms for Solar Concentrating Collector Using Auxiliary Mirrors
A. L. Dilpare and A. J. Morales, USA 1460
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Elementary Joystick Mechanisms
M. W. J. Carmichael, England. 1464
Synthesis of Mechanisms With Continuously Adjustable Stroke
V. Handra-Luca, Romania 1468
Kinematic Analysis and Synthesis of High Class Mechanisms With the Help of the Theory of Graphs
K. R. Kazyknanov and S. Tilemisov, USSR 1472
Boundary Curves, Singular Solutions, Complementary Conjugate Surfaces and Conjugation Analysis in
Theory of Conjugate Surfaces
C. Chin-Hsin, China 1478
V I BR AT I O N PROBLEMS I N MAC H I N E R Y
A Theoretical Investigation of the Vibration of Roller Chain Drives
J. N. FawcettandS. W. Nico/, Eng/and 1482
Vibration of a Pipe Line Conveying Fluid
M. Paz, USA 1486
Elimination of Low Frequency Vibration in Marine Power Plants
A. F. Gal, A. P. Gurov, G. D. Zhukov, and G. P. Nervbenko, USSR 1490
On the Spatial Vibration of Milling Machines
B. C. George, Romania 1494
Dynamics Problems of Heavy Duty Vibratory Systems
V. N. Poturaev, USSR 1498
Stability of Self-Induced Vibrations in Metal Cutting
A. Lasota and P. Rusek, Po/and 1502
Gyroscopic Rollerons for Roli Stabilization of Submersibles
S. G. Cavalcanti and W. M. Monsour, Brazil 1506
ROBOTSAND MANI PULATORS I I I
Algebraic-Linguistic Approach to the Problem of Automatic Forming a Purposeful Behaviour for
Integral Robots
V. Kirov, Bulgaria 1510
Robotic Manipulator Control Systems With Invariant Dynamic Characteristics
S. Dubowsky and D. T. DesForges, USA 1515
Optimization of Crawl Gait for Quadruped Levered Vehicles
Z. U. Rahman, R. W. Gibson and W. H. Busseil, USA 1519
Robots and Manipulators Control With Phase Coordinates Being Non-Stationary in Nature
A. N. Tkachenko, Y. P. Kondratenko and N. M. Brovinskaya, USSR 1523
A Hydraulic Modular Robot to Help Seriously Motor Handicapped People
R. Stepoujine, France 1527
PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
Calculation of Mechanical Presses
K. Lange and H. Blum, GFR 1534
Dimensional Analysis of Technological Processes of Machine Parts Production
V. V. Matveyev, USSR 1540
On The Feasibility of Using Machine Tool Sonic Signals as an Adaptive Control Parameter
M. A. Manan, India 1544
Force Equilibrium Under Non-Isothermal Grinding Conditions
J. K. Banerjee, Venezuela 1548
Dynamics, Control and Application of the Differential Piston for the Feed Control of the Polishing
Plates During Blades Production
Z. Parszewski and T. Adamiak, Po/and. 1552
Effect of Some Cutting Fluids in Turning
J. K. Banerjee, Venezuela 1556
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Optical Method of Measurement of Fabric Deformation and its Application
Z Parszewski and A. Kondratas, Poland. 1560
MECHANI CAL DEVICES AN D SYSTEMS I V
Blade Vibration Frequency of Flexible Blade Auto Cooling Fans
S. V. Hoa and S. Sankar, Canada 1564
Random Vibration of Mechanisms on Plates
S. H. Crandall and A. P. Kulvets, USSR 1568
On The Dynamic Action and Vibrations of Large Systems With Periodic Motion
J. I. Wulfson, USSR 1572
Effects of Blade Shape and Casing Geometry on Noise Generation From an Experimental
Centrifugal Fan
G. Krishnappa, Canada 1576
DYNAMI CS I I
Combined Instability Regions of Discrete-Continuous System
J. Krodkiewski, Poland 1580
Some Energetical Aspects of the Rigid Body With Fixed Point
D. Perju ane M. Crudu, Romania 1584
Non-Linear Performance of Structures in Parallel or Centrifugal Force Fields
B. J. Hartz and J. Brunso, USA 1588 O
Dynamic Analysis of Mechanic Non-Holonomic Systems Used in Industrial Processes
Z M. Zlokolica, Yugoslavia 1593
Dynamic Properties of Elastomer Cartridge Specimens Under a Rotating Load
M. S. Darlow, A. J. Smalley and R. E. Cunningham, USA 1599
On Contact Theory in Kinematical Pairs
F. Kovacs, Romania 1603
Moving Surface Following Dynamics
J. Gecevitchus, USSR 1607
Topology of the Devices for the Calculation of the Mechanisms
S. I. Gamrakeli, USSR 1611
ROTOR D Y N A M I C S - I I
Squeeze Film Lubrication Within the Impact Pair
R. G. HerbertandD. C. McWhannell, England 1615
Torsionally Vibrating Shaft System in Generator Shafts
A. S. Zadgaonkar and C. S. Zadgaonkar, India 1619
Comparison Between Some Methods for the Balancing of Flexible Rotors by Using Automatic
Techniques
N. Bachschmid, B. Pizzigoni, G. Vallarino and G. Zanolo, Italy 1622
The Stability of Flexibly Supported Hybrid Gas Journal Bearings
Z Kazimierski and K. Jarzecki, Poland 1626
Free Vibrations of Rotors With Allowance for Linearized Characteristics of Bearings
M. Roszkowski, Poland. 1630
On the Balancing of Flexible Rotors Using Reduced Gradient Method
Y. P. Kakadand T. W. Lee, USA 1633
Approximative Balancing of Flexible Rotor With Wide Band Which Unrolls
L. Cveticanin, Yugoslavia 1637
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