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STEAM Engineering

motions

TermDefinition
rotary moving around in a circle
oscillating moving back and forth
reciprocal moving back and forth in a line
linear moving in a strait line one way
mechanism part of a machine which contains 2 or more pieces arranged so that the motion of compelles the motion of the other
mechanism changes speed direction amount type
force push or pull of an object
torque twisting force
work application of a force that moves an object a certain distence
energy ability to do work
input is smaller more speed less torque
input is bigger more torque less speed
flow of power output shaft can turn the input shaft
design process 1. define problem 2. generate concepts 3. develop solution 4. construct and test prototype 5. evaluate solution 6. present solution
Created by: autumn.rhonemus