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After completing the course, the student understands the significance of tolerance design as an essential part of the product development process and can independently apply it as a basic tool in daily design work. The student understands the variation in the manufacturing, measurement and assembly of components of the product and can take the variation into account in the dimensioning of parts and in setting realistic tolerances for them.
In addition, the student is able to convert critical product functions to critical dimensions, and to determine tolerance
chains affecting them and to calculate total cumulative variations in these chains. The student is able to evaluate product structures in their variation sensitivity point of view and is able to optimize product structures so that dimensional variation of components has minimal effect to the product quality. The student understands the importance of locator elements between components and their key role in component dimensioning and in tolerance chain determination.
Contact person in practical matters: Jari Larkiola, University of Oulu (email@example.com)
Other teachers: Pasi Ruotsalainen, University of Oulu