Taguchi Techniques for Quality Engineering: Loss Function, Orthogonal Experiments, Parameter and Tolerance Design

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 329 pages
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Taguchi Techniques Made Easier Than Ever! Regardless of your experience with statistics, the Second Edition of Taguchi Techniques for Quality Engineering, by Saturn quality engineer Phillip J. Ross, shows you step-by-step how to design effective experiments to reduce variation, improve the quality of products and processes, and slash development time and costs. Now organized in the chronological order of the DOE process, this revised and updated edition give you the tools to exploit: the loss function concept--to quantify the cost of product and process variations; orthogonal experiment design--to pinpoint areas where variation may be reduced; parameter and tolerance design--to reduce variations in products and processes at little or no cost.

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The Economics of Reducing Variation
The Design of Experiments Process
Orthogonal Array Selection and Utilization

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