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Unformatted text preview: n assembly due to the dimensional and surface variation of the parts. The analysis may be repeated with different tolerances without requiring remeshing, providing an efficient means of experimenting with tolerances to maintain the springback and residual stress within design limits. Thus, this tool provides an effective means for analysis and design of robust assemblies using rigid and compliant parts and for the simulation of current assembly processes and evaluation of product quality. 330 M. R. Tonks, K. W. Chase and C. C. Smith REFERENCES [Liu and Hu, 1997] Liu, S.; Hu, S.; “Variation Simulation for Deformable Sheet Metal Assemblies using Finite Element Methods”; Manufacturing. Sci. and Eng., Trans. of the ASME, 119(3), pp. 368-374; 1997. [Chang and Gossard, 1997] Chang, M.; Gossard, D.C.; “Modeling the Assemblies of Compliant, Non-ideal Parts”; Computer Aided Design, 29(10), pp. 701-708; 1997 [Sellem and Riviere, 1998] Sellem, E.; Riviere, A.; “Tolerance Analysis of Deformable Assemblies”; Design Automation Conference, ASME Design Eng....
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