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Applied Metrology for Manufacturing Engineering, stands out from traditional works due to its educational aspect. Illustrated by tutorials and laboratory models, it is accessible to users of non-specialists in the fields of design and manufacturing. Chapters can be viewed independently of each other. This book focuses on technical geometric and dimensional tolerances as well as mechanical testing and quality control. It also provides references and solved examples to help professionals and teachers to adapt their models to specific cases. It reflects recent developments in ISO and GPS standards and focuses on training that goes hand in hand with the progress of practical work and workshops dealing with measurement and dimensioning.Content: Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Error Analysis and their Uncertainties in Dimensional Metrology Applied to Science and Technology (pages 1–84): Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Dimensional and Geometrical Tolerances According to ISO, CSA (Canada), and ANSI (USA) (pages 85–162): Chapter 3 Measurement and Controls Using Linear and Angular Standards (pages 163–235): Chapter 4 Surface Control (pages 237–308): Chapter 5 Opto?Mechanical Metrology (pages 309–340): Chapter 6 Control of Surface States (pages 341–393): Chapter 7 Computer?Aided Metrology?CAM (pages 395–452): Chapter 8 Control of Assembly and Transmission Elements (pages 453–530): Chapter 9 Control of Materials Hardness Testing (pages 531–588): Chapter 10 Overall Summary (pages 589–594): Chapter 1 Appendix (pages 615–629): Chapter 2 Appendix (pages 631–636): Chapter 3 Appendix (pages 637–639): Chapter 4 Appendix (pages 641–643): Chapter 5 Appendix (pages 645–663): Chapter 6 Appendix (pages 665–671):
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