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# 874 1974 bourdet et al 1988 bourdet p clement a

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Unformatted text preview: laced on the end of the plate along the X axis, while the other moves near the origin of the plate with the increase of the distance between the 2 holes. If we use the barycentre method, we obtain a reduction of the average value of probability of about 0.19% and an increase of the standard deviation of about 0.26%, when the distance between the holes is lower than half of the distance between 2 locators on the X axis, as shown in Table 3. In this case if we apply the maximum distance method, we have a reduction of the probability of about 1.70% and an increase of the standard deviation of about 0.67%. Table 3. Sixteen cases obtained by changing the distance between the 2 holes Case 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.10 hole 1 209, 80 205, 80 200, 80 195, 80 190, 80 185, 80 180, 80 175, 80 170, 80 165, 80 hole 2 211, 80 215, 80 220, 80 225, 80 230, 80 235, 80 240, 80 245, 80 250, 80 255, 80 p1 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 0, 80 P roposed approach p2 p3 Probability 120, 0 300, 0 0.331 119, 0 300, 0 0.330 118, 0 300, 0 0.329 115, 0 300, 0 0.327 111, 0 300, 0 0.323 106, 0 300, 0 0.320 99, 0 300, 0 0.315 91, 0 3...
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