Tolerance representation scheme in solid model

part II

Utpal Roy, K. Mantooth, M. D. Pollard, C. R. Liu

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Abstract

Tolerance representation in a CAD data structure demands a user interactive environment which enables the user to input the tolerance information in both the unevaluated (CSG) and in the evaluated (B-Rep) databases. This requires an effective linking mechanism between the CSG and the B-Rep data models at each stage of the object development. This has been achieved through the development of a reference face list. Tolerance information has been attached with this face list as "constraint nodes", which are formed and updated after each "set operation". Several functions have also been developed to retrieve essential information from the data structure in order to answer various queries. (A)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationADVANCES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION-1989. PAPERS PRESENTED AT 1989 ASME-DESIGN CONF.-15TH DESIGN AUTOMATION CONF., MONTREAL, CANADA
PublisherNew York, U.S.A., American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Pages11-27
Number of pages17
Volume19-1 )
StatePublished - 1800
Externally publishedYes

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Roy, U., Mantooth, K., Pollard, M. D., & Liu, C. R. (1800). Tolerance representation scheme in solid model: part II. In ADVANCES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION-1989. PAPERS PRESENTED AT 1989 ASME-DESIGN CONF.-15TH DESIGN AUTOMATION CONF., MONTREAL, CANADA (Vol. 19-1 ), pp. 11-27). New York, U.S.A., American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Tolerance representation scheme in solid model : part II. / Roy, Utpal; Mantooth, K.; Pollard, M. D.; Liu, C. R.

ADVANCES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION-1989. PAPERS PRESENTED AT 1989 ASME-DESIGN CONF.-15TH DESIGN AUTOMATION CONF., MONTREAL, CANADA. Vol. 19-1 ) New York, U.S.A., American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1800. p. 11-27.

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Roy, U, Mantooth, K, Pollard, MD & Liu, CR 1800, Tolerance representation scheme in solid model: part II. in ADVANCES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION-1989. PAPERS PRESENTED AT 1989 ASME-DESIGN CONF.-15TH DESIGN AUTOMATION CONF., MONTREAL, CANADA. vol. 19-1 ), New York, U.S.A., American Society of Mechanical Engineers, pp. 11-27.
Roy U, Mantooth K, Pollard MD, Liu CR. Tolerance representation scheme in solid model: part II. In ADVANCES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION-1989. PAPERS PRESENTED AT 1989 ASME-DESIGN CONF.-15TH DESIGN AUTOMATION CONF., MONTREAL, CANADA. Vol. 19-1 ). New York, U.S.A., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 1800. p. 11-27
Roy, Utpal ; Mantooth, K. ; Pollard, M. D. ; Liu, C. R. / Tolerance representation scheme in solid model : part II. ADVANCES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION-1989. PAPERS PRESENTED AT 1989 ASME-DESIGN CONF.-15TH DESIGN AUTOMATION CONF., MONTREAL, CANADA. Vol. 19-1 ) New York, U.S.A., American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1800. pp. 11-27
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