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Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Handbook: Applications, Analysis & Measurement

James D. Meadows
James D. Meadows
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Readers will learn:

1. What a statistical tolerance is.

2. How to designate a statistical tolerance on a feature.

3. How to be very specific in what a statistical tolerance requires.

4. About Populations, Population Parameters, Statistical Target Values, Upper and Lower Specifics Limits.

5. Symbology for Statistical Process Control formulas.

6. About Arithmetic Means, Normal Distribution of Tolerance and the Standard Deviation and Statistical Probability for Tolerance Stack-Up Analysis for Positional Tolerances.

-Tolerance Stack-Up Analysis for a Fixed Fastener Assembly
-Calculating Gaps; Working the Route
-Calculating Inner and Outer Boundary Means and Their Tolerances
-Calculating Statistical Toleranclng
-Root Sum Squares
-Bender Factor
-Reintegrating the Statistical Tolerancing into the Assembly
-A Simpler Way to Reintegrate the Statistical Tolerance
-More Statistical Formulas and Symbols
-Glossary of Statistical Terms
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