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“…suitable for use with composites at the same time, or capable of working with families of aero-engine compononents. Some initial work in these areas has been carried out by Bakker et al (2011a), Jayaweera et al (2011) and Papastathis et al (2010).…”
Section: Extension Of Active Fixturing Into Other Fieldsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…suitable for use with composites at the same time, or capable of working with families of aero-engine compononents. Some initial work in these areas has been carried out by Bakker et al (2011a), Jayaweera et al (2011) and Papastathis et al (2010).…”
Section: Extension Of Active Fixturing Into Other Fieldsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is why intensive re-4 O.J. Bakker et al ceptions where other applications are explicitly mentioned are: Arzanpour et al (2006), Bakker et al (2011a), Izquierdo et al (2009), Jayaweera et al (2011), Kong and Ceglarek (2006), Kurz et al (1994), Martin et al (2011), Papastathis et al (2010), Park and Mills (2005), Wagner et al (1995) and Yamaguchi et al (2010): assembly; Li et al (2010):…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, in the assembly of propellant tanks in spacecraft, gas turbines and aero-engine components, most parts are rotationally symmetric cylindrical components (Griffin et al, 2003;Kulyk et al, 2012;Papastathis et al, 2010). To control the tolerance propagation in the assembly of cylindrical components, much work had been done.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The method that can measure the coaxiality of multi-stage rotors accurately is urgently needed to meet the requirement of assembling multi-stage rotors precisely. Multi-stage rotors are made of singlestage rotor stacking stage by stage [8], because of machining error , the mating surface of rotor is complex, and the rotor error at all levels are transmitted step by step through the bidirectional rabbets of axial diameter [ 9]. Therefore, evaluation of single-stage rotor machining error is the basis of coaxiality prediction of multi-stage rotors.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%