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Dimensional Measurement Planning
Dimensional Measurement Planning
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In order to ensure final product quality on machined components, manufacturing enterprises must measure and inspect the geometrical and dimensional characteristics of components before they go into higher-value assemblies. Commonly, the geometrical and dimensional measurement and inspection occurs every time at machine tool set-up, when a line is restarted or if the production process is changed. Production metrology and results from production measurements is used as input data for statistical process control and monitoring of production processes. The purpose of our research has been to firstly perform a state of the art analysis in the area of measurement planning applied in the automotive and aerospace industry. The output from the state of the art study has then been used to identify future trends and needs including a gap analysis. Then we used the analysis to explore and develop a model and methodology for measurement and controllability planning.
Geometrical, Geometric Dimensioning, dimensional, measurement planning, controllability, GMCP, quality assurance matrix and methodology, QAM, critical key characteristic.
III LIST OF FIGURES
IV LIST OF PUBLICATIONS.
VIII 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING METROLOGY IN A PRODUCT REALIZATION AND MANUFACTURING CONTEXT.
1.2 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 1
2.1 BACKGROUND TO THE RESEARCH PROJECT
2.2 INDUSTRY TARGETS
2.3 COPQ - COST OF POOR QUALITY
2.4 RESEARCH OBJECTIVES
2.5 PROBLEM STATEMENT AND WORKING HYPOTHESIS
2.7 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 2
3.1 PRIORITIZED SIMET RESEARCH
3.2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.2.1 The research process and identified activities
3.2.2 The experiential researcher.
3.3 RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND GAP ANALYSIS
3.3.1 Research questions
3.3.2 Gap analysis and roadmap.
3.4 RESEARCH DELIMITATIONS
3.5 CONTRIBUTION OF THE THESIS AND APPENDED PAPERS
3.6 DISPOSITION OF THE THESIS
3.7 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 3
4 STATE OF THE ART IN GMCP ................................................................
4.1 HISTORICAL VIEWPOINT ON PRODUCTION METROLOGY AND DIMENSIONAL MEASUREMENT
4.2 NEW EMERGING PRODUCTION METROLOGY4
4.3 INTRODUCTION TO THE FIELD OF GMCP
4.3.1 The product realization perspective
4.3.2 Information and activity modeling on GMCP?
4.4 ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTIONS
4.4.1 ASME standard B89.7.2-1999 - dimensional inspection planning
4.4.2 The GPS handbook, SIS 545:2007
4.4.3 The handbook on CMM metrology, SIS 543:20083
4.4.4 Technical specification ISO/TS 16949
4.4.5 SS-EN 9102 FAI and SS-EN 9103 VMKC
4.4.6 VRM – Variation Risk Management
4.4.7 MPV – Module Property Verification
4.4.8 CAIP (Computer Aided Inspection Planning) systems
4.4.9 Software and file formats
4.4.10 Commercial proprietary GMCP software
4.5 GMCP APPLIED IN SWEDISH AUTOMOTIVE AND AEROSPACE INDUSTRY
4.5.1 Scania CV (Automotive)
4.5.2 Volvo Construction Equipment (Automotive)
4.5.3 Saab AB – Saab Aerostructures (Aerospace)
4.6 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 4
5 THEORY AND MODEL FRAMEWORK FOR GMCP
5.1 PRODUCTION METROLOGY IN COMPONENT MANUFACTURING 9
5.2 INFORMATION MODELLING APPROACH1
5.2.1 Information and activity modeling1
5.2.2 Measurement process planning and model driven process planning
5.2.3 Activity modeling methodology
5.2.4 GMCP information model and relation to QAM?
5.3 DEVELOPMENT OF A DETAILED QAM METHODOLOGY
5.3.1 What questions should always be asked in measurement planning?
5.3.2 Understanding critical and non critical requirements
5.4 DESCRIPTION OF THE QAM TOOL AND METHODOLOGY
5.5 GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND RULES IN GMCP
5.6 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 5
6 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
6.1 THE QAM TOOL AND METHODOLOGY
6.2 THE EQUIPP STANDARDIZATION PROJECT
6.3 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 6
7 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK
7.1 THE AUTOMOTIVE AND AEROSPACE INDUSTRY CHALLENGES
7.2 PRODUCTIVE PRODUCTION METROLOGY
7.3 THE GMCP INFORMATION MODEL AND QAM METHODOLOGY
7.4 THE INTERNATIONAL QIF STANDARDIZATION PROJECT
7.1 SUMMARY AND CONCLUDING REMARKS ON CHAPTER 7