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An Introduction to Design of Experiments (Barrentine)


 
 
 Author(s)  Larry B. Barrentine
 Title  An Introduction to Design of Experiments - A Simplified Approach
 Edition  1st
 Year  1999
 Publisher  ASQ Quality Press
 ISBN  0-87389-444-8
 Website  www.asq.org
 






Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Introduction


Chapter 2 Experiments with Two Factors
  • Example 1:  Bond Strength
  • The Eight Steps for Analysis of Effects
  • The Analytical Procedure
    • Calculate Effects
    • Make a Pareto Chart of Effects
    • Calculate the Standard Deviation of the Experiment, Se
    • Calculate the Standard Deviation of the Effects, Seff
    • Determine the t-Statistic
    • Calculate the Decision Limits and Determine the Effects
    • Graph Significant Effects
    • Model the Significant Effects
  • Review of the Experimental Procedure
  • Example 2:  Water Absorption in Paper Stock
    • Calculate Effects
    • Make a Pareto Chart of Effects
    • Calculate the Standard Deviation of the Experiment, Se
    • Calculate the Standard Deviation of the Effects, Seff
    • Determine the t-Statistic
    • Calculate the Decision Limits and Determine the Effects
    • Graph Significant Effects
    • Model the Significant Effects
  • A Different Analytical Technique:  The Spreadsheet Approach
  • Exercise 1:  Coal-Processing Yield
  • Nonlinear Models
  • Exercise 2:  Corrosion Study


Chapter 3 Experiments with Three Factors 23
  • Example 3:  Chemical-Processing Yield
  • Variation Analysis
  • Exercise 3:  Ink Transfer
  • Analysis with Unreplicated Experiments


Chapter 4 Screening Designs
  • Example 4:  An Eight-Run Plackett-Burman Design with Seven Factors
  • Reflection
  • Other Analytical Considerations
  • Exercise 4:  Nail Pull Study
  • Twelve-Run Plackett-Burman
  • Example 5:  Moldability Analysis
  • Exercise 5:  The Lawn Fanatics
  • Even Larger Designs
  • Other Types of Designs


Chapter 5 Problems, Questions, and Review
  • Problems and Questions
  • Review of the Basics in Managing a DOE
  • What Inhibits Application of DOE?
  • Software
  • Appendix
  • Conclusion
  • References


Appendix

Table A.1:  Table of t-Values for alpha = 0.05 (95% confidence)
Table A.2:  F-Table for alpha = 0.10

Exercise 1:  Coal-Processing Yield
Exercise 2:  Corrosion Study
Exercise 3:  Ink Transfer
Exercise 4:  Nail Pull Study
Exercise 5:  The Lawn Fanatics

Tables A.11 and A.12:  Analysis Tables for 23 Factorial

Table A.13:  Design Matrix for 1/2 Fractional Factorial for Four Factors
Table A.14:  Analysis Table for 1/2 Fractional Factorial for Four Factors 
Table A.15:  Design Matrix for 1/4 Fractional Factorial for Five Factors
Table A.16:  Analysis Table for 1/4 Fractional Factorial for Five Factors
Table A.17:  Design Table for 1/2 Fractional Factorial for Five Factors
Table A.18:  Analysis Table for 1/2 Fractional Factorial for Five Factors
Table A.19:  Confounding Pattern for Eight-Run Plackett-Burman Design
Table A.20:  Confounding Pattern for 16-Run Plackett-Burman Design
Table A.21:  Analysis Table for Eight-Run Plackett-Burman Design
Table A.22:  Analysis Table for Reflection of Eight-Run Plackett-Burman Design
Table A.23:  Analysis Table for Eight-Run Plackett-Burman Design with Reflection

Tables A.24 and A.25:  Analysis Tables for 12-Run Plackett-Burman Design

Table A.26:  Analysis Table for 12-Run Plackett-Burman Design with Reflection
Table A.27:  Analysis Table for 16-Run Plackett-Burman Design
Table A.28:  Analysis Table for 16-Run Plackett-Burman Design with Reflection
Table A.29:  Design Matrix for 20-Run Plackett-Burman



 
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