The Kinematics-Tree shows the structure of each .
This is the symbol at the head of the Kinematic-Tree - labelled 'Mechanisms'.
Your objective is to make the Mobility of each kinematic-chain equal to zero. Then, we say the kinematic-chain is a kinematically-defined chain.
In the Kinematics-Tree, the kinematic-chains are either:
|A.||Solve[d] Mechanisms : Kinematic-chains that are Kinematically-Defined - called 'kinematically-defined chains'. |
These kinematic-chains are identified in the Kinematics-Tree with the Green icon.
You can explore these kinematic-chains in the Kinematics-Tree.
These kinematic-chains are constructed with Dyads, Geared-Rockers, ...
These 'constructions' are themselves constructed with the 'fundamental kinematic elements' : Parts, Joints, Motion-Dimensions...
In the graphic-area, Parts and Joints that are Kinematically-Defined have Green and Joints.
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|B.||Unsolved Mechanisms : Kinematic-chains that not Kinematically-Defined . |
These kinematic-chains are identified in the Kinematics-Tree with the Blue icon.
You can also explore these kinematic-chains.
You will only see the Fundamental kinematic elements: Parts and Joints.