SolveDesignProblem

 SolveDesignProblem[linkage]Solve the synthesis problem specified in linkage. The input linkage is the output of the DefineDesignProblem function.
• SolveDesignProblem solves the three-points synthesis problem. The function returns a linkage where the target frame, which is attached to the coupler link passes through the three design frames.
• The three-points synthesis problem has infinity solutions, the one returned by the function determined by the actual substitution values of the simple parameters. If the simple parameters are changed a different solution might be found.
• The solver calculates the endpoints of the design postures of the coupler link from the design frames. The four simple parameters that is used to define these postures are displayed in the figure below:
 Parameter Description l2 Length of the coupler link x2 X coordinate of the design frame w.r.t LLRF of coupler link y2 Y coordinate of the design frame w.r.t LLRF of coupler link Angle of the design fram w.r.t LLRF of coupler link
Define the design problem
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Set the simple parameters of the synthesis problem
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Display the design postures of the coupler link
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Solve the design problem
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Display the crank angles corresponding to the design positions
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Animate the result of the synthesis
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Display the result of the synthesis and the type of the resulted linkage
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