Mechanical Engineering - Theory of machines - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of machines - Section 3 (Q.No. 5)
5.
The cam and follower is an example of
sliding pair
rolling pair
lower pair
higher pair
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Praneeth kumar said:   5 years ago
Generally, a higher pair is a constraint that requires a curve or surface in the moving body to maintain contact with a curve or surface in the fixed body. For example, the contact between a cam and its follower is a higher pair called a cam joint.

Ephrem Asires said:   7 years ago
An other example of higher pair is belt and pully.

Arun said:   9 years ago
When a pair has a point or line contact between the links, it is called higher pair.

Example: Ball and roller bearings, cam and follower pair.

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