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ISO Tolerancing of hyperstatic mechanical systems with deformation control

Abstract : The functional tolerancing of hyperstatic mechanisms provides contractual documents established following the ISO tolerancing. The tolerancing methodologies consider that the mechanism is infinitely rigid. These mechanisms impose tight clearances to ensure the functional requirements and parts fittability. The proposed methodology consists in developing a mechanical model relating the tolerances obtained by traditional methods of geometrical tolerancing and the parts deformability to define the tolerance values of the geometrical specifications. The first step is to define the geometrical specifications with ISO tolerancing. The fittability between two parts in contact requires maximum material conditions. The functional requirements employ least material condition. The second step consists in defining the capacity of parts to deform taking the tolerance values into account. A mechanical model is described relating the parts deformability to the tolerances to guaranty the conformity of the functional requirements and assembly parts fittability. As a validation example, the proposed methodology is used on a hyperstatic mechanism composed of two subassemblies: an outer tube and a shaft made of several assembled sections.
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Oussama Rouetbi, Laurent Pierre, Bernard Anselmetti, Henri Denoix. ISO Tolerancing of hyperstatic mechanical systems with deformation control. JCM2016, Sep 2016, Catania, Italy. ⟨hal-01737094⟩

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