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2Spirit of compliant designDownload
3A glimpse of applicationsPDF unavailable
4Mobility and degrees of freedom in compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
5Maxwell’s rule and Grübler’s formulaPDF unavailable
6Using compatibility and force equilibrium matrices to identify degrees of freedom and states of self-stress in trussesPDF unavailable
7Empirical formula for flexure jointsPDF unavailable
8Types of elastic pairs (flexures)PDF unavailable
9Linear finite element analysis of compliant mechanisms with beam elementsPDF unavailable
10A compliant mechanism kitPDF unavailable
11Linear and nonlinear finite element analyses using continuum elementsPDF unavailable
12Subtleties in finite element analysis: geometric nonlinearity and contactPDF unavailable
13Deformation of a cantilever under a tip-load, using elliptic integralsPDF unavailable
14Elliptic integrals and their use in elastica analysisPDF unavailable
15Frisch-Fay’s approach to large deformation of beamPDF unavailable
16Burns-Crossley’s kinematic modelPDF unavailable
17Howell-Midha’s elastic modelPDF unavailable
18Putting together the pseudo rigid-body modelPDF unavailable
19Modeling a partially compliant mechanismPDF unavailable
20Kinematic coefficients of a four-bar linkage with and without springsPDF unavailable
21Solving equations of PRB modeling and comparing with finite element analysisPDF unavailable
22Loop-closure equations for PRB models of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
23Burmester theory for compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
24PRB-based Synthesis ExamplesPDF unavailable
25Structural optimization approachPDF unavailable
26Early works on design for compliancePDF unavailable
27Design for deflection of trussesPDF unavailable
28Design for deflection of beams and framesPDF unavailable
29Design of elastic continua for desired deflectionPDF unavailable
30Continuum element-based topology optimization of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
31YinSyn; synthesis of nonlinear responses with compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
32Five different formulations for compliant mechanism design and some benchmark problemsPDF unavailable
33Distributed compliancePDF unavailable
34How to achieve distributed compliancePDF unavailable
35Shape optimizationPDF unavailable
36Cam-flexure clamp-case-studyPDF unavailable
37SL model for compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
38Feasibility maps for compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
39Selection of compliant mechanisms for given user-specificationsPDF unavailable
40Two case-studies using feasibility maps techniquePDF unavailable
41SML model for compliant mechanisms for dynamic responsePDF unavailable
42Re-design of compliant mechanisms; Matlab and Java codesPDF unavailable
43Non-dimensional analysis of beamsPDF unavailable
44Deformation index and slenderness ratio of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
45Kinetoelastostatic mapsPDF unavailable
46Designing with kinetoelastic mapsPDF unavailable
47Non-dimensinalization of stress, frequency, and other measuresPDF unavailable
48Designing compliant suspensions using kinetoelastic mapsPDF unavailable
49Instant centre method for designing compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
50Stiffness and compliance ellipsoidsPDF unavailable
51Building block method of designing compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
52Comparative analysis of different methods for designing compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
53Aspects of Mechanical advantage of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
54Mechanical advantage of rigid-body and compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
55Bistability in elastic systemsPDF unavailable
56Analysis of bistable archesPDF unavailable
57Compliant mechanisms with bistable archesPDF unavailable
58Static balancing and zero-free-length springsPDF unavailable
59Static balance of a compliant mechanism using a linkagePDF unavailable
60Static balancing method for compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
61A catalogue of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
62Compliant suspension mechanism in microsystems (MEMS)PDF unavailable
63Micromechanical signal processors using compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
64A few special concepts of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
65Materials and prototyping of compliant mechanismsPDF unavailable
66Summary of the coursePDF unavailable
67Micromachined accelerometers with Displacement-amplifying Compliant Mechanisms (DaCMs)PDF unavailable
68Miniature compliant mechanisms as cell-manipulation toolsPDF unavailable
69Micro-newton force sensorPDF unavailable
70Compliant tissue cutting mechanismPDF unavailable
71A compliant pipe-crawling robotsPDF unavailable
72A compliant easy-chair for the elderlyPDF unavailable

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