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Chave SecundáriaINPE--PRE/
DOI10.1016/j.rcim.2012.03.004
ISSN0736-5845
Chave de CitaçãoMosqueiraApSaSuTr:2012:AnInGP
TítuloAnalysis of the indoor GPS system as feedback for the robotic alignment of fuselages using laser radar measurements as comparison
Ano2012
MêsDec.
Data de Acesso02 mar. 2021
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Autor1 Mosqueira, G.
2 Apetz, J.
3 Santos, K. M.
4 E. Villani
5 Suterio, Ricardo
6 Trabasso, L. G.
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Afiliação1 Aeronautics Institute of Technology, Aircraft Structures Assembly Automation Laboratory (ASAA Lab)
2 WZL of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
3 Aeronautics Institute of Technology, Aircraft Structures Assembly Automation Laboratory (ASAA Lab)
4 Aeronautics Institute of Technology, Aircraft Structures Assembly Automation Laboratory (ASAA Lab)
5 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
6 Aeronautics Institute of Technology, Aircraft Structures Assembly Automation Laboratory (ASAA Lab)
RevistaRobotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
Volume28
Número6
Páginas700-709
Tipo SecundárioPRE PI
Nota SecundáriaB1_CIÊNCIA_DA_COMPUTAÇÃO A2_ENGENHARIAS_III B1_ENGENHARIAS_IV
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Palavras-ChaveAerospace sectors, Alignment tolerance, Automated systems, Closed loops, EN ISO 9283, Error sources, Evaluation standard, Fuselage barrels, iGPS, Indoor GPS system, Industrial manipulators, Laser equipment, Manual process, Measuring procedure, Open-loop configuration, R-LAT, Reference systems, Step-by-step analysis.
ResumoThe alignment of aircraft fuselages in the aerospace sector is currently done either manually or by complex, expensive automated systems. The manual process introduces a significant production delay and the automated systems are purpose-built and have limited flexibility, apart from its financial drawback. This work proposes a low-cost, high-flexibility system and, as part of it, evaluates the performance of a Rotary-Laser Automatic Theodolite (R-LAT) as a feedback source for the adaptive robot control of an anthropomorphic manipulator. In the proposed solution the robot carries a fuselage barrel and aligns it with respect to a second barrel. A high accuracy, frequency-modulated laser equipment is used to generate the reference system for the procedure. The measurements of the R-LAT are then verified with the frequency-modulated laser equipment in order to determine the linear and angular alignment tolerances achieved by the robot/R-LAT closed loop in a predefined work envelope. A throughout, step-by-step analysis of the measuring procedure is carried out to allow the recognition of error sources and thus the determination of an optimized method. These results identify the operation boundaries of the R-LAT within the process and yield its best configuration for the intended purpose. Using the EN ISO 9283 robot evaluation standard, the closed loop system was found to attain the nominal position with an average accuracy of 0.38 mm and 0.01°, contrasting with an average accuracy of 4.53 mm and 0.21° when the robot was operating in an open loop configuration.
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