Dimensioning and Tolerancing Handbook
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BeschreibungThis book tries to capture the major topics that fall under the umbrella of "Variation Management." The book is laid out so that the reader can easily understand the variation management process and how each chapter maps to this process. This book has two purposes. It is a"one-step" resource for people who want to know everything about dimensional management and variation management. It is a useful reference for specific target audiences within the variation management process. This book includes many new techniques, methodologies, and examples that have never been published before. Much of the new material revolves around Six Sigma techniques that have evolved within the past 5 years. This book offers high level information and expertise to a broad spectrum of readers, while providing detailed information for those needing specific information. The contributors are practitioners who have hands-onexperience. Much of the expertise in this book is a result of identifying needs to solve problems in our companies and businesses. Many of the chapters are the documented solutions to these needs.
Inhaltsverzeichnis<H3> History/Lessons Learned: Quality Thrust. <H3> Dimensional Management.<H3> Tolerancing Optimization Strategies. <H3> Standards: Drawing Interpretation.<H3> Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. <H3> Differences Between US Standards and Other Standards. <H3> Mathematical Definition of Dimensioning and Tolerancing Principles. <H3> Statistical Tolerancing Design. <H3> Traditional Approaches to Analyzing Mechanical Tolerance Stacks. <H3> Statistical Background and Concepts. <H3> Predicting Assembly Quality (Six Sigma Methodologies to Optimize Tolerances). <H3> Multi-Dimensional Tolerance Analysis (Manual Method). <H3> Multi-Dimensional Tolerance Analysis (Automated Method). <H3> Minimum-Cost Tolerance Allocation. <H3> Automating the Tolerancing Process. <H3> Working in a Electronic Environment Manufacturing.<H3> Collecting and Developing Manufacturing Process Capability Models Gaging. <H3> Paper Gage Techniques. <H3> Receiver Gages--Go Gages and Functional Gages Precision Metrology. <H3> Measurement Systems Analysis Applications.<H3> Predicting Piecepart Quality. <H3> Floating and Fixed Fasteners. <H3> Fixed and Floating Fastener Variation. <H3> Pinned Interfaces. <H3> Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) Calculations. <H3> The Future.
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Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MCGRAW HILL BOOK CO
Erscheinungsdatum: November 1999
Seitenanzahl: 704 Seiten