Manufacturers benefit in discovery of math foundation for decomposition in £1.5 million project

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The breakthrough, in a project to develop the use of geometrical product specification systems, has led to additional EPSRC funding of £697,733 for a further three years' research.

The initial project, titled Controlling Geometrical Variability of Products for Manufacturing, aimed for greater accuracy in the manufacture of advanced and complex products offering more functionality and considerably lower manufacturing costs.

Period19 Feb 2019 → 20 Feb 2019

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  • TitleComplex products will be made to greater accuracy, following maths discovery
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletmachinery.co.uk
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date20/02/19
    DescriptionGreater accuracy in the manufacture of advanced and complex products that offer more functionality at considerably lower costs will result from the discovery of unique mathematical foundation for decomposition - the process of separating a product into its constituent elements.

    Initially funded via a five-year £914,000 EPSRC-funded Fellowship, it has drawn additional EPSRC funding of £697,733 for a further three years’ research.
    URLwww.machinery.co.uk/machinery-news/complex-products-will-be-made-to-greater-accuracy-following-maths-discover
    PersonsPaul Scott, Qunfen Qi, Luca Pagani
  • TitleManufacturers benefit in discovery of math foundation for decomposition in £1.5 million project
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletEurekAlert!
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date19/02/19
    DescriptionThe breakthrough, in a project to develop the use of geometrical product specification systems, has led to additional EPSRC funding of £697,733 for a further three years' research.

    The initial project, titled Controlling Geometrical Variability of Products for Manufacturing, aimed for greater accuracy in the manufacture of advanced and complex products offering more functionality and considerably lower manufacturing costs.
    URLhttps://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-02/uoh-mbi021919.php
    PersonsPaul Scott, Qunfen Qi, Luca Pagani