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Déploiement du tolérancement inertiel dans la relation client fournisseur.

Abstract : During the industrialization phase, the allocation of tolerances is a key step which guarantees production of assemblies conformed to the level of the performance required. Traditionally, the tolerance is described by a bilimite. Nevertheless, this description has some inconsistencies. In 2002, Prof. M. Pillet has suggested a solution to these inconsistencies, called inertia. This thesis is a continuance of the works of Pr M and Pillet PA Adragna. Our contribution is structured into five chapters. The first chapter presents the anterior works about the inertia. The second chapter proposes an analysis of the efficiency of the inertial control chart and formalizes its variants, and its use in an industrial context. The third chapter presents and compares the inertia in the 3D context. The fourth chapter develops a new tolerancing approach of surface, called “Overall Inertia” and offers a tool to provide the optimum adjustment of a process from a set of deviation measured. The last chapter concludes with a proposal of a tolerancing of assembly from the “Overall Inertia” approach. This work takes into account the rigid defect of surfaces, but does not incorporate the notion of gap (clearance). It bases on the concept of variance and covariance associated with the assembly framework and introduces a multivariate process capability index based on the Mahalanobis distance
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Dimitri Denimal. Déploiement du tolérancement inertiel dans la relation client fournisseur.. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. Université de Savoie, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00445871⟩

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