Join Now!

Join our welcoming International Design Community.

Read about the many benefits of becoming and remaining a member.

Full, Associate, Departmental and Institutional Membership available.

Complete this application form to join now.

Banner
Papers

REPRESENTATION OF ELASTIC DEFORMATIONS AS DEVIATION ZONE AND ITS CONNECTION WITH STATISTICAL TOLERANCE ZONES

REPRESENTATION OF ELASTIC DEFORMATIONS AS DEVIATION ZONE AND ITS CONNECTION WITH STATISTICAL TOLERANCE ZONES

Year: 2006

Section: DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Editor: Marjanovic, D.

Author: Lustig R., Meerkamm H.

Section: DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Pages: 921-928

Abstract

In this paper a new method is presented which allows the interconnection of tolerances with elasticity information and the combined simulation of both. First the elastic deformations are calculated. Then the displacement results are transferred into substitution elements known from the description of tolerance zones. In this way a deviation value can be calculated and processed in the “language of tolerances” Afterwards a manufacturing deviation value is either generated from known statistical process data or can be entered manually. Thereafter, those two values are coupled in a statistical way to show the impact of both values. The concept has been realized as an add-on for the ProENGINEER CAD system.

Keywords: tolerance analysis, tolerance zone, elastic deformations

Download
ds endorsed conferenceDESIGN 2006 - 9th International Design Conference

DESIGN 2006 - 9th International Design ConferenceDESIGN 2006 Conference is founded on the continuous development of organization and evaluation procedure that resulted in a capacity to deliver procedures and conditions of communicative competence. The conference in Dubrovnik will be the 9th International Design Conference, including the following topics: * theory and research methods in design * methods and tools in design practice * design projects and processes * development of products and services * competencies & communications *...

Read More

Join Now!

Join our welcoming International Design Community.

Read about the many benefits of becoming and remaining a member.

Full, Associate, Departmental and Institutional Membership available.

Complete this application form to join now.

Download
Keywords
SIG Workshop - March 2013 - 1