# Results for: degrees-of-freedom

### What are the difference between static degrees of freedom and dynamic degrees of freedom?

Mass and damping are associated with the motion of a dynamic system. Degrees-of-freedom with mass or damping are often called dynamic degrees-of-freedom; degrees-of-freedom with stiffness are called static degrees-of-freedom. It is possible (and often desirable) in models of complex systems… Full Answer

### How many degrees of freedom are there for an azeotropic mixture?

By degrees of freedom, I believe you meant dimensions. Everything in this universe has 3 degrees of freedom. Full Answer

### How many degrees of freedom does a SCARA robot have?

A scara robot uaually have 4 degrees of freedom Full Answer

### How many degrees of freedom are there at the knee?

The knee has 2 degrees of freedom. Flexion/Extension and varus/valgus rotation. Full Answer

### How many degrees of freedom for simply supported beam?

A beam attached rigidly to a support has no degrees of freedom, i.e DOF=0 Full Answer

### How many degrees of freedom does a 3-d object have?

How many degrees of freedom does any unconstrained object have in 3D modeling Full Answer

### What are the 6 degrees of freedom an object has in space?

A rigid object has up to 6 degrees of freedom: 3 degrees of freedom of location: In both directions of x,y,z axis 3 degrees of freedom of rotation (attitude): pitch, roll, and yaw, rotation about the x,y,z axis. Full Answer

### What will be thedegrees of freedom for triatomic non-linear molecule?

A tri-atomic molecule should have 3 vibrational degrees of freedom (one for each "end" atom vibrating on its bond with the central atom and one for the flexing of the bonds like scissors opening and closing). If it is non-linear… Full Answer

### How many degrees of Freedom is the ball and socket joint?

A Ball and Socket joint has 3 Degrees of Freedom.3-Rotational,0-Translational. Full Answer

### How many degrees of freedom are in a hinge joint have?

Only one degree of freedom Full Answer

### Why is the molar specific heat of a diatomic gas usually larger than that of monoatomic gas?

Diatomic gases have more degrees of freedom. They are also larger in size and mass. specific heat is proportional to the number of degrees of freedom; monatomic gases can only move linearly and have 3 degrees of freedom, molecules can… Full Answer

### How do you calculate degrees of freedom on excel?

Utilizing the visual basic functions built into excel worksheets you can calculate degrees of freedom. The function call that you use for this is "degrees_freedom". Full Answer

### What will be the degrees of freedom for triatomic linear molecule?

There are many triatomic molecules and they do not all have the same number of degrees of freedom. The answer can be 6,7,8 or 9. Here is how you figure it out. If you have N individual unconnected atoms, then… Full Answer