Overconstraint: The Hidden Killer (.PDF Download)

Dec. 19, 2016

Rotating elements represent one of the most useful, basic, and common machinery elements. Almost every machine contains a rotating element. Among the devices we encounter every day that have rotating elements are electric motors, hard-disk drives, door hinges, and bicycles. The ubiquitous automobile is loaded with rotating elements throughout its many systems, including the often reinvented wheel...

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