Determining the Exact Value of the Shape Deviations of the Experimental Measurements

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The paper also says about practical measuring geometrical deviations by commonly used tools. Also deals with an analysis of geometric deviations, reasons of their generation and provides their brief description. It points at ways and abilities of measuring shape deviations by means of contact and contactless measuring methods and deals with errors which can affect results of measuring. It evaluates and analyses ability of measuring by various devices. It shows a review of individual measured values and thus provides a view of efficiency, simplicity and accuracy of individual measuring devices and measuring methods.

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Li Qiang

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339-343

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J. Maščeník and S. Pavlenko, "Determining the Exact Value of the Shape Deviations of the Experimental Measurements", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 339-343, 2014

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August 2014

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