In chapter 1, a machine was described as a combination of bodies connected in such a way as to enable the transmission of forces and motion. A mechanism is a simplified model, frequently in the form of a line diagram, which will reproduce exactly the motion taking place in an actual machine. The various parts of the mechanism are called links or elements, and two links in contact and between which relative motion is possible, are known as a pair.
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- Kinematics of Mechanisms
G. H. Ryder
M. D. Bennett
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