Isomorphism Identification of Compound Kinematic Chain and Their Mechanism

Ali Hasan*, R.A. Khan**, ***
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Abstract

Isomorphism is an imperative topic in the field of mechanism. Isomorphism identification is a difficult problem in kinematic chains. There are number of method given by many researchers. This paper presents  the application of the [JJ] matrix proposed by Hasan A[1] for the identification of the distinct mechanisms (DM) from a given kinematic chain (KC). The method is based on the Joint —Joint matrix. The process  is fully computational and easy to apply for the purpose. With the help of this method, we can determine easily their distinct mechanism and identify the isomorphism of kinematic chains.

Keywords

kinematic chains ,distinct mechanisms, and isomorphism

How to Cite this Article?

Ali Hasan, R. A. Khan and Mubina (2012). Isomorphism Identification Of Compound Kinematic Chain And Their Mechanism. i-manager’s Journal on Mechanical Engineering. 2(1) Nov – Jan, 2012 Print ISSN 2230-9055, E-ISSN 2249-0744, pp. 7-15.

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