bar linkage

bar linkage

[′bär ‚liŋ·kij]
(mechanical engineering)
A set of bars joined together at pivots by means of pins or equivalent devices; used to transmit power and information.
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In this project we used sheet metal, shafts, chain and sprockets, plumber block, skid, four bar linkage, L angle attachment and handle.
The stress acting on the four bar linkage is shown in figure 2.4.3
The tilting suspension system is comprised of a passive bar linkage system that causes the tilt of the vehicle's driver relative to the ground.
1 shows a frame of the video clip (Four bar linkage, 2011) that simulates the motion of a virtual four bar linkage (Norton, 1999) with a con-rod's curve.
*** (2011) Four bar linkage, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgEra0JPoDU, Accessed on: 2011-01-15
Rocket lifting mechanism was developed as a six bar linkage actuated by hydraulic cylinder.
The Spicer suspended axles developed to date feature a top pin mounting configuration with a four bar linkage which can be retrofitted in place of many existing, nonsuspended axle products without changing the frame design.
They share the same basic design as the larger models, including New Holland's "Z" bar linkage geometry boom.