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Volume 34 (2010), Issue 1


Modeling and numerical simulation of an algorithm for the inertial sensors errors reduction and for the increaseof the strapdown navigator redundancy degree in a low cost architecture
pages 1-16
Lucian T. Grigorie, Ruxandra M. Botez

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Numerical assessment of reverse-flow mufflers using a simulated annealing method
pages 17-35
Min-Chie Chiu

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Symbolic treatment for the equations of motion for rigid multibody systems
pages 37-55
Bukoko C. Ikoki, Marc J. Richard, Mohamed Bouazara, Sélim Datoussaïd

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Kinematic analysis and performance evaluation of 6r instrumented spatial linkages
pages 57-73
Gianluca Gatti, Domenico Mundo, Guido Danieli

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Determination of the analytical workspace boundaries of a novel 2-DOF planar tensegrity mechanism
pages 75-91
Marc Arsenault

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Performance and energy balance of a low heat rejection diesel engine operated with diesel fuel and ethanol blend
pages 93-104
Murat Ciniviz

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Singularity analysis of a kinematically simple class of 7-jointed revolute manipulators
pages 105-117
Roger Boudreau, Ron P. Podhorodeski

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Optimal design of damped dynamic vibration absorber for damped primary systems
pages 119-135
Kefu Liu, Gianmarc Coppola

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Fuzzy logic-based inverse dynamic modelling of robot manipulators
pages 137-150
Meysar Zeinali, Leila Notash

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The synthesis of mechanism systems using a mechanism concept library
pages 151-163
Feng-Ming Ou, Hong-Sen Yan, Ming-Feng Tang

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Full journal title: Transactions of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering
Abreviated journal title: Trans. Can. Soc. Mech. Eng.

   

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