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EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

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EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

15h

Pragmatic approach to experimental design PE
Tools to reduce random variation in R & D (products) and production (process, trimmings), with minimal testing.

INTRODUCTION
              History - Quality Engineering (Hadamard, Shewart, Taguchi ...)
DEFINITIONS
Vocabulary and steps of the experiment
Full factorial designs - Orthogonality
Effect of one factor on the response variable.
Graphical factors.
Response Table - Contribution - Noise Factor - Measuring the interaction.
PLANS FACTOR FRACTIONAL
Three factors - 8 trials
Effect on the mean response. Central Limit Theorem
Four factors - two levels (L8. Alias, alias generator, replica ...)
3 factors and 3 terms
4 factors - 3 levels (L9)
OTHER PLANS
Latin squares - Trade-off
Plans Shainin (multi-vari, twins, spécigraphe ...)
CONTROL CHARTS - Capabilities
                               Introduction to control charts ̅ x / r x ̅ / S, u.
                               Control limits. Process capability (Cpk) - Machine (Cmk)
  Ability of the measurement system
  Repeatability - Repeatability - Accuracy of measurement
  R & R – Charbonneau's Method

Written exam

Comprendre et mener des plans d’expériences J. Demonsant AFNOR

Pratique industrielle des plans d’expériences J. & P. Alexis AFNOR   

Pratique de la MSP Michel G. Vigier  E.O.

 

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