Thin-walled structure of CFRP laminates is widely utilized in the assembly of aircraft wings. The deformation field generated during the assembly process can impact the assembly performance of the structure, thereby influencing the product quality and operational performance of the wings. The geometric deviations on the critical mating surfaces of the laminate and physical parameters are key factors influencing the deformation fields during the assembly process. Analyzing the mapping relationship between fusion assembly data and deformation field plays a crucial role for assessing the assembly results. The traditional analysis methods only consider the impact of simple directional deviations on assembly results and do not comprehensively account for the multi-source input. This paper proposes a multi-source assembly input -deformation analysis framework for CFRP bolted joints in aircraft wing assembly. Taking the parameters representing the geometric deviations and physical parameters as input and deformation field as output, a conditional generative model is employed to learn the influence pattern of the geometric deviations on the deformation field. The framework establishes a prediction model from the deviation field to the deformation field and introduces specific accuracy metrics. Corresponding simulations demonstrate that the proposed method can predict assembly deformation field more efficiently than traditional numerical methods.

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Published on 01/07/24
Accepted on 01/07/24
Submitted on 01/07/24

Volume Numerical Methods and Algorithms in Science and Engineering, 2024
DOI: 10.23967/wccm.2024.066
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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