Articles | Volume 6, issue 1
Regular research article
31 Jan 2017
Regular research article |  | 31 Jan 2017

Concept for completeness checking of joined structures exemplified on rail vehicle car body shells

Uwe Jurdeczka


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Completeness checking of constructional steel structures with several hundred weld-on parts still represents a great challenge. By the use of 3-D scanners, it is possible to obtain sufficiently comprehensive information about the actual configuration (as-is state). By using an adapted algorithm for post-processing of the resulting point clouds, difference figures are superimposed over the respective 3-D model as the target state. The difference figures signal the missing parts.