Mechanical Tolerance Stackup and Analysis
Written by one of the foremost authorities in the field, Mechanical Tolerance Stackup and Analysis presents proven and easy-to-use methods for determining whether selected dimensioning and tolerancing schemes will yield functional parts and assemblies and the most practical procedure to communicate the results. Using a variety of examples and real-world design challenges that stress the importance of a standardized approach to tolerance stackups, the book helps readers develop effective problem-solving and analytical skills.
Demonstrates how to perform "what-if" scenarios to evaluate the effects of changing tolerancing schemes, tolerance values, and assembly sequences.
Mechanical Tolerance Stackup and Analysis is an outstanding and must-have reference for all mechanical, manufacturing, design, quality control, project, process, industrial, automation, and assembly engineers and managers; and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and continuing-education students in these disciplines.
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2 Dimensioning and Tolerancing
3 Tolerance Format and Decimal Places
4 Converting PlusMinus Dimensions and Tolerances into Equal Bilaterally Toleranced Dimensions
5 Variation and Sources of Variation
6 Tolerance Analysis
7 Worstcase Tolerance Stackups
8 Statistical Tolerance Stackups
12 Specifying Material Condition Modifiers and Their Effect on Tolerance Stackups
13 The Tolerance Stackup Sketch
14 The Tolerance Stackup Report Form
15 Tolerance Stackup Direction and Tolerance Stackups with Trigonometry
Tolerance Stackups with GDT Solved Using the Advanced Dimensional Management Method
17 Calculating Component Tolerances Given a Final Assembly Tolerance Requirement
18 FloatingFastener and FixedFastener Formulas and Considerations
19 Fit Classifications
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