Instantaneous-absolute-relativec centre-coriolis component, Mechanical Engineering

Instantaneous Centre: this is a point around which link rotates at a particular instant.

Absolute Instantaneous Centre: this is a fixed centre around which link rotates.

Relative Instantaneous Centre: this is a point around which link contain relative rotation at an instant.

Relative Velocity:
it is velocity of a point in relation to any other point.

Relative Acceleration: it is acceleration of a point in relation to any other point.

Coriolis’ Component of: It is equivalent to twice the product of angular velocity & sliding velocity over which slider is sliding and behaves perpendicular to link.

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