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Unformatted text preview: es can then be converted into part specifications or tolerances so as to formalize the design intent and the requirements for production. Lastly, it should be noted that the whole procedure remains compatible and coherent with the Jacobian-torsor model, since part uncertainties may be expressed in terms of small displacement torsor components, just like tolerances. 5. CONCLUSION The attempt of this paper was to broaden the scope of current tolerancing research from two distinct but complementary points of view. The first was by adopting a multidisciplinary approach, embracing all types of uncertainties and variations in a concurrent engineering perspective. For that purpose, a novel typology of variations and uncertainties was proposed, along with its relation to the Jacobian-torsor model. The second was to rearrange the proposed typology sequentially, according to the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) timeline. Embedded in the proposed architecture was also a workflow for the validation o...
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