7th cirp intl seminar on cat ecole norm superieure

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Unformatted text preview: rance-Maps for Straightness and Orientation 53 to the modeling of Rule#1 and the tradeoff of form and position variations associated with it. Although the T-Maps are modeled in four dimensions and are not so intuitive to visualize, 2-D and 3-D sections through them permit their use in developing stackup conditions. L’ $4 Q $9 $1 $2 $6 $5 M’ $8 Figure 5. The hypersection λ3 = 0 for parallelism tolerance applied with position tolerance to an axis. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors are grateful for funding provided to this project by National Science Foundation Grants #DMI-9821008 and #DMI-0245422. REFERENCES [ASME Standard, 1994] ASME Y14.5M.; "Dimensioning and Tolerancing"; The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, NY. [Bhide, 2002] Bhide, S. (2002). A New Mathematical Model for Geometric Tolerances Applied to Cylindrical Features, MS Thesis, Arizona State University. [Bhide, et al., 2003] Bhide, S., Davidson, J.K., and Shah, J.J.; "A New Mathematical Model for Geometric Tolerances...
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