Automatic fixtureless inspection of non-rigid parts based on filtering registration points


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Sattarpanah Karganroudi, Sasan, Cuillière, Jean-Christophe, Francois, Vincent et Tahan, Souheil-Antoine (2016). Automatic fixtureless inspection of non-rigid parts based on filtering registration points. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 87 (1-4). p. 687-712. ISSN 1433-3015 DOI 10.1007/s00170-016-8496-5

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Computer-aided inspection (CAI) of non-rigid parts significantly contributes to improving performance of products, reducing assembly time and decreasing production costs. CAI methods use scanners to measure point clouds on parts and compare them with the nominal computer-aided design (CAD) model. Due to the compliance of non-rigid parts and for inspection in supplier and client facilities, two sets of sophisticated and expensive dedicated fixtures are usually required to compensate for the deformation of these parts during inspection. CAI methods for fixtureless inspection of non-rigid parts aim at scanning these parts in a free-state for which one of the main challenges is to distinguish between possible geometric deviation (defects) and flexible deformation associated with free-state. In this work, the generalized inspection fixture ( GNIF) method is applied to generate a prior set of corresponding sample points between CAD and scanned models. These points are used to deform the CAD model to the scanned model via finite element non-rigid registration. Then, defects are identified by comparing the deformed CAD model with the scanned model. The fact that some sample points can be located close to defects results in an inaccurate estimation of these defects. In this paper, a method is introduced to automatically filter out sample points that are close to defects. This method is based on curvature and von Mises stress. Once filtered, the remaining sample points are used in a new registration, which allows identifying and quantifying defects more accurately. The proposed method is validated on aerospace parts.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: machine parts industrial costs computer-aided design geometric analysis finite element method aerospace materials manufacturing machine design fixtureless inspection geometric inspection GNIF non-rigid parts principal curvatures von Mises stress
Date de dépôt: 17 mai 2021 13:32
Dernière modification: 17 mai 2021 15:25
Version du document déposé: Post-print (version corrigée et acceptée)
URI: https://depot-e.uqtr.ca/id/eprint/9612

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