Results catalogue

Within research environment several approaches are under investigation for predicting process induced distortions of composite parts. Yet, their applicability is limited for industrial environment due to the great variety of inherent uncertainties of r

Advances made in LOCOMACHS

The composite design process was adapted taking into account manufacturing uncertainties. This was enabled by more reliable methods for predicting process induced distortions and by more efficient methods for statistical analysis of process variations&

Contribution to LOCOMACHS High Level Objectives

  • Design and manufacturing rules defined and validated
  • Increased use of tolerance and variation management
  • Reduced recurring costs of shimming operations
  • Reduced recurring costs of dismantling operations
  • Reduced recurring costs through increased automation
  • Reduced NDI/NDT lead time
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Lead partner DLR
Other partner(s) EADS-IW, ENS Cachan
Contact Tobias Wille, Martin Liebisch
Applicability field(s) Accurate part manufacturing
Assembly automation
Assembly system simulations
Best fit build philosophy
Maturity
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This information was last updated on 04/12/2016