Geometrical Product Specification and Verification as toolbox to meet up-to-date technical requirements

Wojciech Płowucha, Władysław Jakubiec, Zbigniew Humienny, Tino Hausotte, Enrico Savio, Mihai Dragomir, Paul Bills, Michael Marxer, Norbert Wisła, Luc Mathieu

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Abstract

The ISO standards for the Geometrical Product Specification and Verification (GPS) define an internationally uniform description language, that allows expressing unambiguously and completely all requirements for the geometry of a product with the corresponding requirements for the inspection process in technical drawings, taking into account current possibilities of measurement and testing technology. The practice shows that the university curricula of the mechanical engineering faculties often include only limited classes on the GPS, mostly as part of curriculum of subjects like Metrology or Fundamentals of Machine Design. This does not allow students to gain enough knowledge on the subject. Currently there is no coherent EU-wide provision for vocational training (VET) in this area. Consortium, members of which are the authors of this paper, is preparing a proposal of an EU project aiming to develop appropriate course.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication11th International Scientific Conference on Coordinate Measuring Technique, CMT 2014
EditorsJerzy Sladek, Wladyslaw Jakubiec
PublisherUNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA
Pages131-139
Number of pages9
ISBN (Electronic)9788363713881
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2014
Event11th International Scientific Conference on Coordinate Measuring Technique: Coordinate Measuring Technique - Bielsko-Biala, Poland
Duration: 2 Apr 20144 Apr 2014
Conference number: 11
http://arch.wtp.pl/conf/11/index.html (Link to Conference Website)

Conference

Conference11th International Scientific Conference on Coordinate Measuring Technique
Abbreviated titleCMT 2014
CountryPoland
CityBielsko-Biala
Period2/04/144/04/14
OtherThe aim of the conference is the exchange of information on science and technological progress in the field of designing, software, practice and verification of coordinate measuring machines and also the interaction between coordinate measuring technique and geometrical product specifications.
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Płowucha, W., Jakubiec, W., Humienny, Z., Hausotte, T., Savio, E., Dragomir, M., ... Mathieu, L. (2014). Geometrical Product Specification and Verification as toolbox to meet up-to-date technical requirements. In J. Sladek, & W. Jakubiec (Eds.), 11th International Scientific Conference on Coordinate Measuring Technique, CMT 2014 (pp. 131-139). UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA.
Płowucha, Wojciech ; Jakubiec, Władysław ; Humienny, Zbigniew ; Hausotte, Tino ; Savio, Enrico ; Dragomir, Mihai ; Bills, Paul ; Marxer, Michael ; Wisła, Norbert ; Mathieu, Luc. / Geometrical Product Specification and Verification as toolbox to meet up-to-date technical requirements. 11th International Scientific Conference on Coordinate Measuring Technique, CMT 2014. editor / Jerzy Sladek ; Wladyslaw Jakubiec. UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA, 2014. pp. 131-139
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Płowucha W, Jakubiec W, Humienny Z, Hausotte T, Savio E, Dragomir M et al. Geometrical Product Specification and Verification as toolbox to meet up-to-date technical requirements. In Sladek J, Jakubiec W, editors, 11th International Scientific Conference on Coordinate Measuring Technique, CMT 2014. UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA. 2014. p. 131-139