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Design Of Experiement DOE

Design Of Experiement DOE

Duration (Days)

3

Overview

This course is designed to learn the techniques for planning and completing studies in which the inputs to a system/process can be varied and the outputs observed. As well as gain hands-on experience using simulations.

Objectives

Understand how to generate orthogonal designs and their benefits.

Design and implement experimental studies for comparative evaluation, input-output characterization, output variance control, input sensitivity and process control.

Course Outline
  • Introductions and course administration Types of variables

  • Relationship of quality programs

  • SPC to DOE

  • Relationship of quality programs Implement DOE

  • Reaction in variation Advantages of DOE

  • Input process output diagram

  • Process flow diagram

  • Simple DOE examples and projects Fractional factorial and screening designs Finding interactions

  • Finding quadratic effects

  • FiThree level designs

  • D-optimal designs

  • Fraction and latin square designs Box0behnken design

  • Box-wilson/ central composite design 3 factor , 2 level , 4 replication design