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This paper describes a haptic system for maintainability simulation in aeronautics, called REVIMA (Virtual Reality for Maintainability). In this project a software-hardware tool is designed and built to realistically simulate assembly-disassembly operations. It also helps to perform accessibility, interference and maintainability analysis by using virtual reality techniques without physical mock-ups. The system gives the user a reliable and realistic response. In order to achieve these requirements, the device has a workspace similar to the size of a turbo-engine. In addition this workspace can be placed in different positions to study ergonomics aspects of the simulated tasks.
Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2002. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on (Volume:3 )
Date of Conference: 2002