Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Applications and Inspection

ISBN-10: 0130604631

ISBN-13: 9780130604637

Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)

Authors: Gary K. Griffith
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List price: $183.40
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/31/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 350
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
Objectives
General Symbols and Pertinent Definitions
General Rules for Geometric Tolerancing
Free-State Variation
Restrained Features
Measurement Accuracy and Precision
Review Questions
Datums
Objectives
Key Facts about Datums
Functional and Nonfunctional Datums
Simulated Datums
Qualified Datums
Contacting Functional Datums
Compound Datums
Offset Compound Datums
Equalizing Datums
Datum Targets (Nonfunctional Datums)
Review Questions
Inspecting Size Tolerances
Objectives
Introduction
Noncylindrical Parts
Cylindrical Features: Shafts
Cylindrical Features: Holes
Problems with Gages
Alternatives to Hard Gages
Summary
Review Questions
Flatness
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Flatness Measurement: Jackscrew Method
Flatness Measurement: Wobble-Plate Method
Flatness Measurement: Fixed-Plane Methods
Flatness Measurement: Direct-Contact Method
Optical Flatness Inspection
Review Questions
Straightness
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts: Straightness of Surface Elements
Key Facts: Straightness of an Axis
Key Facts: Straightness of a Centerplane
Straightness of Surface Elements: Cylindrical Parts
Straightness of Surface Elements: Noncylindrical Parts
Straightness of an Axis
Straightness of a Centerplane
Introduction to Functional Gaging: Straightness Examples
Straightness of an Axis: RFS
Straightness of a Centerplane at MMC
Straightness of a Centerplane (RFS)
Review Questions
Circularity
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
The Problem of Lobes
The Effective Size
Vee-Block Method: Outside Circularity Measurement
Vee-Anvil Micrometer: Outside Circularity Measurement
Bore Gage Method: Inside Circularity Measurement
Verifying Circularity Using Runout to Centers
Rotary Table Method
Pneumatic Gages for Circularity Measurement
Precision Spindle Method
Summary
Review Questions
Cylindricity
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Open-Setup Method
Cylindricity Verified Using Total Runout
Precision Spindle Method
Review Questions
Parallelism
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Surface-to-Surface Parallelism: Surface-Plate Method
Axis-to-Surface Parallelism: Surface-Plate Method
Axis-to-Surface Parallelism: Bonus Tolerances
Axis-to-Axis Parallelism: Surface-Plate Method
Parallelism: Secondary Alignment Datums
Parallelism: Compound Datums
Review Questions
Perpendicularity
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Implied Perpendicularity
Perpendicularity: Single Surface, One Datum
Perpendicularity: Precision-Square Method
Perpendicularity: Cylindrical-Square Method
Special Indicator Stands for Perpendicularity Inspection
Perpendicularity: Right-Angle-Plate Method
Vertical Measuring Systems
Perpendicularity of an Axis (RFS)
Perpendicularity of an Axis (MMC)
Perpendicularity of an Axis to an Axis
Review Questions
Angularity
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Surface-to-Surface Angularity
Measuring Angularity with a Sine Bar or Sine Plate
Sine-Bar Method: Angularity with Secondary Datums
Sine Plates
Angular-Gage-Block Method
Angularity of a Size Feature
Angularity of a Hole: Sine-Bar Method
Angularity of a Cone
Setting Compound Sine Plates
Upside-Down Use of the Sine Bar
Review Questions
Circular Runout
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Circular Runout: Vee-Block Method
Circular Runout: Inside-Diameter Datums
End-Surface Circular Runout: Two Datums
Circular Runout Applied to a Cone
Circular Runout: Compound Offset Datums
Review Questions
Total Runout
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Total Runout: Outside-Diameter Datum
Total Runout: Inside-Diameter Datum
Total Runout: End Surface
Review Questions
Profile of a Line
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
General Measurement of Profile Tolerances
Profile Dimensioning and Tolerance Zones
Profile of a Line: No Datums
Optical Comparator Measurement
Profile of a Line Using Datums
Mechanical Gaging: Profile Tolerances
Profile: To Locate a Surface
Review Questions
Profile of a Surface
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Profile of a Surface: No Datums
Profile of a Surface Using Datums
Profile for Coplanar Surfaces: Introduction
Profile for Coplanar Surfaces: Datums Applied
Profile for Coplanar Surfaces: Datums Not Applied
Quick-Check Method: Height Differences
Coplanarity Measurement: Jackscrew Method
Coplanarity: Compound Datums
Review Questions
Concentricity
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Difference Between Concentricity and Runout
Differential Measurements
Concentricity Verified by Total Runout
Precision Spindle Method
Review Questions
Position Tolerances
Objectives
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
Coordinate ([plus or minus]) Dimensioning Versus Position Tolerancing
Conversion of Cylindrical Zones to Coordinate ([plus or minus]) Tolerances
Conversion of Coordinates to Cylindrical Zones
Bonus Tolerances
Single Feature Position Tolerance
Coaxial Features
Position: Coaxial at MMC
Feature Pattern Locations
Surface-Plate Setup
Feature-to-Feature and Perpendicularity Control
Pattern Location, Feature to Feature, and Perpendicularity
Position Tolerances: Cylindrical Parts, Tertiary Datum
Composite Position Tolerances
Bidirectional Position Tolerances
Projected Tolerance Zones
Zero Position Tolerance at MMC
Position Tolerance at LMC
Boundary Position Tolerancing
Coordinate Measuring Machines
Review Questions
Symmetry
Introduction and Applications
Key Facts
An Example on a Drawing
Review Questions
Introduction to Functional Gage Design
Introduction
Functional Gage Design Principles
Functional Gage Advantages and Disadvantages
Functional Gaging Costs
Basis for Decisions to Use Functional Gages
Materials Used for Functional Gages
Surface Roughness (Texture)
Gage Makers' Tolerance and Wear Allowance
Geometric Tolerances That Cannot Be "Gaged"
Part Datums and Functional Gage Interfaces
Functional Gage Interfaces for Size Feature Datums
Size Feature Datum-Virtual Condition Rule
Gage Pins
Fixed Pins Versus Sliding Pins
Functional Gage Design Examples
Alternatives to Functional Gaging
Using Functional Gages
Examples of the Three Actual Gage Designs
Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs)
Summary
Review Questions
Appendices
Conversion of Actual Coordinate Measurements to Position Location Diameter
Conversion from Diametral Tolerance Zone to Plus and Minus Coordinate Tolerances
Bolt Circle Chart
Differences Between ASME and ISO Standard Symbols
Other Drawing Symbols
Table of Trigonometric Functions
Glossary
Solutions to Odd-Numbered Chapter Review Questions
Index
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