and whitney d e application of screw theory to

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Unformatted text preview: atures," ASME J of Mech Design, v 123 no 1, March, 2001, pp 26-32 [5] Shukla, G., and Whitney, D. E., “Application of Screw Theory to Analysis of Mobility and Constraint of Mechanisms,” to appear in IEEE Trans on Automation Systems Engineering, April 2005 [6] Whitney, D. E., and 10 co-authors, "A Prototype for Feature-Based Design for Assembly," ASME J. Mech. Design, v 115 no 4, Dec, 1993, pp 723-34. [7] Whitney, D. E., Gilbert, O., and Jastrzebski, M., "Representation of Geometric Variations Using Matrix Transforms for Statistical Tolerance Analysis in Assemblies, Research in Engineering Design, (1994) 6: pp 191-210 [8] Kriegel, J. M., “Exact Constraint Design,” Mechanical Engineering, pp 88-90, May 1995 Virtual Gauge Representation for Geometric Tolerances in CAD-CAM Systems E. Pairel, P. Hernandez, M. Giordano LMECA (Laboratoire de Mécanique Appliquée), École Supérieure d’Ingénieurs d’Annecy - Université de Savoie, BP 806, 74016 ANNECY Cedex - FRANCE eric.pairel@univ-sav...
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