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ADCATS Case Study:
Angular Variation in a Cellular Phone

Alan Mortensen, Brigham Young University
Presented June 14, 2001 at the ADCATS 2001 Conference 

This case study performed by the ADCATS research group at BYU analyzes the effects of part and assembly tolerances on the skew between an LCD display and bordering artwork on the lens of a cellular phone.  A step through of the methodology used is presented, along with statistical results in RSS and Six Sigma format.  Of special interest is the treatment of a 2-pin/ 2-hole joint, and the use of the CATS 1-D XL solver to verify results.

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Alan Mortensen is a first year graduate student studying under Dr. Ken Chase at Brigham Young University.  His thesis research covers tolerance analysis of flexible assemblies, and will include combining rigid body tolerance analysis with flexible member tolerance analysis on a physical assembly.

 

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