Gear metrology of statistical tolerancing by numerical simulation
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Tolerance verification permits to check the product conformity and to verify assumptions made by the designer. For conformity assessment, the uncertainty associated with the values of the measurands must be known. In the ISO TS 17450 part 2, the notion of the uncertainty is generalized to the specification and the verification. The uncertainty is divided into correlation uncertainty, specification uncertainty and measurement uncertainty. Correlation uncertainty characterizes the fact that the intended functionality and the controlled characteristics may not be perfectly correlated. Therefore, we propose a new specified characteristics based on the statistical tolerancing approach which is directly in relationship with the design intent: the probability distribution of maximum range of the transmission error (the transmission error is the main source of vibratory and acoustic nuisances), and the evaluation of this characteristic based on 3D acquisition by Monte Carlo simulation and Tooth Contact Analysis. Moreover, the measurement uncertainty of the evaluation of this characteristic is estimated by Monte Carlo Simulation.
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