The framework of the virtual laser tracker: a systematic approach to the assessment of error sources and uncertainty in laser tracker measurement
Huo, D. H., Maropoulos, P. G. and Cheng, C. H., 2010. The framework of the virtual laser tracker: a systematic approach to the assessment of error sources and uncertainty in laser tracker measurement. In: Huang, G. Q., Mak, K. L. and Maropoulos, P. G., eds. Proceedings of the 6th CIRP-Sponsored International Conference on Digital Enterprise Technology. Vol. 66. Springer-Verlag, pp. 507-523. (Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing)
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Laser trackers have been widely used in many industries to meet increasingly high accuracy requirements. In laser tracker measurement, it is complex and difficult to perform an accurate error analysis and uncertainty evaluation. This paper firstly reviews the working principle of single beam laser trackers and state-of-the-art of key technologies from both industrial and academic efforts, followed by a comprehensive analysis of uncertainty sources. A generic laser tracker modelling method is formulated and the framework of the virtual tracker is proposed. The VLS can be used for measurement planning, measurement accuracy optimization and uncertainty evaluation. The completed virtual laser tracking system should take all the uncertainty sources affecting coordinate measurement into consideration and establish an uncertainty model which will behave in an identical way to the real system.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Huo, D. H., Maropoulos, P. G. and Cheng, C. H.|
|Editors||Huang, G. Q., Mak, K. L. and Maropoulos, P. G.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||measurement uncertainty, error modeling, virtual laser tracker, simulation, large scale metrology|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
|Additional Information||6th International Conference on Digital Enterprise Technology Dec 14-16, 2009. Hong Kong, Peoples Republic of China|
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