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Unformatted text preview: the displacements between product surfaces. For this type of geometrical requirements, the influences of parts deviations can be analyzed by different approaches as Variational geometry [Roy et al.,1999], Geometrical behavior law [Ballot et al.,1997], Clearance space and deviation space [Giordano et al.,1993], [Teissandier,1999], Gap space [Zou et al.,2004], quantifier approach [Dantan et al.,2005], kinematic models [Sacks et al.,1997], … In the case of gears, their geometrical deviations impact the kinematic error, the tooth contact position, meshing interference, gap … To ensure a quality level, designers limit these parameters by requirements. To simulate the influences of gears deviations on these requirements, the classical approaches can not possibly be employed because the tolerance analysis of gears includes a kinematic aspect and a determination of contact position. There are important questions that would need to be looked upon: 255 J.K. Davidson (ed.), Models for Computer Aided Tolerancing in Design and Manufacturing, 2 55 – 265. © 2007 Springer. 256 J. Bruyere et al. • How to simulate the inf...
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