Design concepts, manufacturing steps and calibration strategies of a large ring segment are reported in this contribution. The study aims at investigating the feasibility of using a ring segment for establishing the traceability of large diameter workpieces, primarily to quantify the influence of the workpiece surface and form. The ring segment embodies two nominally coaxial features: a cylinder and a torus. Both the cylinder and the torus are highly partial features, which poses a challenge for the calibration. The measurands to calibrate are defined in terms of intrinsic and location features, according to the model for geometrical specification and verification (EN ISO 17450-1). The adopted measurement strategies are described and preliminary calibration results are reported.

Design, manufacturing and calibration of a large ring segment / Balsamo, Alessandro; Frizza, Roberto; Picotto, Gianbartolo; Corona, Davide. - :P1.43(2016). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 16th euspen International Conference tenutosi a Nottingham, GB nel 2017-05-30/06-03.

Design, manufacturing and calibration of a large ring segment

BALSAMO, ALESSANDRO;PICOTTO, GIANBARTOLO;CORONA, DAVIDE
2016

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Design concepts, manufacturing steps and calibration strategies of a large ring segment are reported in this contribution. The study aims at investigating the feasibility of using a ring segment for establishing the traceability of large diameter workpieces, primarily to quantify the influence of the workpiece surface and form. The ring segment embodies two nominally coaxial features: a cylinder and a torus. Both the cylinder and the torus are highly partial features, which poses a challenge for the calibration. The measurands to calibrate are defined in terms of intrinsic and location features, according to the model for geometrical specification and verification (EN ISO 17450-1). The adopted measurement strategies are described and preliminary calibration results are reported.
16th euspen International Conference
2017-05-30/06-03
Nottingham, GB
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