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Unformatted text preview: β ia / ib − yM α ia / ib ≤ t 2 or xi ≤ t This flowdown with the KC relation and the KC level constraint allows to evaluate the impacts of manufacturing tolerance (KC level constraints) on functional characteristics during product and process design. Figure 7 shows the class diagram of KCs relations: KC level Constraint KC KC Relation Product KC Process KC Functional KC Intrinsic KC Situation Situation KC M.Op. KC Resource KC Figure 7: Class diagram of KC point of view KC is a class that represents a generic key characteristic which can be specialized: Product KC, Functional KC, Intrinsic KC, Situation KC, Manufacturing Process KC, Manufacturing operation KC and Resource KC. Manage Tolerances during Product and Process Design 63 KC relation is an association class between KCs which represents a generic relation between KCs, which can be specialized: mathematical relations (equation, inequation, and hull), causality … This allows to describe a KC tree. KC level constraint repr...
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