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 Title & Authors
Calibration Methods for Measurement Uncertainty of Power Assembly Tools
Oh, Se-heon; Kang, Ki-young; Hong, Min-sung;
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 Abstract
In this study, calibration procedure of power assembly tools is suggested and methods are developed for calculating measurement uncertainty. Fist of all, the calibration of joint simulator bench (JSB) was carried out for maintaining traceability and the uncertainty components of JSB were analyzed. The influences of tool speed, tolerance, temperature and length of the adapter were examined by the torque measurement values through experiments. From this research, credibility for calibration results could be enhanced. This experimental results, being used as an effective tool for calibration of power assembly tools, will provide and improve the accuracy of the use of the power assembly tools.
 Keywords
Measurement uncertainty;Power assembly tools;Traceability;Joint simulator bench (JSB);
 Language
Korean
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