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Finding the location of the instantaneous center of rotation using a particle image velocimetry algorithm

Tom Claessens (2017) AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS . 85(3). p.185-192
abstract
This work is about planar rigid-body kinematics and, in particular, the principle of the instantaneous center of rotation (IC). Using a computer simulated approach, a workflow is presented that results in a visual representation of the locus of the IC, based on particle image velocimetry (PIV). Here, a small number of digital animations of textured objects are created with multibody dynamics software, and later imported in PIV software to extract the velocity field (magnitude and direction) of objects moving within a plane. We believe the workflow presented may help learners improve their understanding of the concept of the IC, thus enhancing their knowledge of rigid body kinematics.
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author
organization
year
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journalArticle (original)
publication status
published
subject
keyword
general plane motion, kinematics, dynamics, rigid body, mechanism, particle image velocimetry
journal title
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
editor
David Jackson
volume
85
issue
3
pages
8 pages
publisher
AAPT
ISSN
0002-9505
1943-2909
DOI
10.1119/1.4973427
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
8512915
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8512915
date created
2017-03-07 12:12:08
date last changed
2017-03-17 14:36:05
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  editor       = {Jackson, David},
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  journal      = {AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS                                            },
  keyword      = {general plane motion,kinematics,dynamics,rigid body,mechanism,particle image velocimetry},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {185--192},
  publisher    = {AAPT},
  title        = {Finding the location of the instantaneous center of rotation using a particle image velocimetry algorithm},
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Chicago
Claessens, Tom. 2017. “Finding the Location of the Instantaneous Center of Rotation Using a Particle Image Velocimetry Algorithm.” Ed. David Jackson. American Journal of Physics  85 (3): 185–192.
APA
Claessens, Tom. (2017). Finding the location of the instantaneous center of rotation using a particle image velocimetry algorithm. (David Jackson, Ed.)AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS  , 85(3), 185–192.
Vancouver
1.
Claessens T. Finding the location of the instantaneous center of rotation using a particle image velocimetry algorithm. Jackson D, editor. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS  . AAPT; 2017;85(3):185–92.
MLA
Claessens, Tom. “Finding the Location of the Instantaneous Center of Rotation Using a Particle Image Velocimetry Algorithm.” Ed. David Jackson. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS  85.3 (2017): 185–192. Print.