This paper proposes a comprehensive quality prediction framework for multistage machining processes, connecting engineering design with the activities of quality modeling, variation propagation modeling and calculation, dimensional variation evaluation, dimensional variation analysis, and quality feedback. Presented is an integrated information model utilizing a hybrid (feature/point-based) dimensional accuracy and variation quality modeling approach that incorporates Monte Carlo simulation, variation propagation, and regression modeling algorithms. Two important variations (kinematic and static) for the workpiece, machine tool, fixture, and machining processes are considered. The objective of the framework is to support the development of a quality prediction and analysis software tool that is efficient in predicting part dimensional quality in a multistage machining system (serial, parallel, or hybrid) from station level to system level.
A Quality Prediction Framework for Multistage Machining Processes Driven by an Engineering Model and Variation Propagation Model
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Li, J., Freiheit, T., Jack Hu, S., and Koren, Y. (April 9, 2007). "A Quality Prediction Framework for Multistage Machining Processes Driven by an Engineering Model and Variation Propagation Model." ASME. J. Manuf. Sci. Eng. December 2007; 129(6): 1088–1100. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.2752520
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