The Modeling of Multi-State Deformation in Aircraft Panel Automated Riveting System


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Automatic drilling and riveting process, in order to improve the quality of drilling and riveting aircraft panel deformation are needed for compensation. Due to panels in automatic drilling and riveting process with more posture, therefore, solving panel deformation of plates under more posture is important. This paper establishes aircraft panel in the automatic drilling riveting process multiple posture deformation model. Firstly, simplify the manner of support, locate and clamping between the panel and the splints, supportive of integral panel at each location are calculated using three-moment theory to provide data reference for spacing between splints. Then, deformation results are calculated using flat shell theory to provide data reference for error compensation in automated riveting system, thus, drilling and riveting quality are improved.



Edited by:

Jing Guo




X. G. Li et al., "The Modeling of Multi-State Deformation in Aircraft Panel Automated Riveting System", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 224, pp. 123-127, 2012

Online since:

November 2012




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