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LECTURE COURSE OUTLINE: Engineering Experiment Design (SIE 330) Spring 2008 Course Text Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, Montgomery and Runger, 4th Edition Course Description : Topics include control charts, probability plots, simple/multiple regression analysis, designed experiments, confidence and prediction intervals and significance tests. Engineering techniques for designing quality into...

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LECTURE COURSE OUTLINE: Engineering Experiment Design (SIE 330) Spring 2008 Course Text Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, Montgomery and Runger, 4th Edition Course Description : Topics include control charts, probability plots, simple/multiple regression analysis, designed experiments, confidence and prediction intervals and significance tests. Engineering techniques for designing quality into manufactured products and processes. Techniques and economics for variation reduction and tolerance design. Design and analysis of observational and factorial experiments employing numerical and graphical methods. 01/17 INTRODUCTION * Course objectives and overview * Overview of TQM, QFD, Contributions Taylor, Deming, others * Review of terminology, probability, and sampling 01/22,24 HYPOTHESIS TESTING (Chapters 9,10) * T-tests & Paired T-tests * F-tests 01/29,31;02/05 CONTROL CHTS (Chapter 16) * Control Charts 02/07/00 TEST 02/12 CAPABILITY INDICES (Chapter 16) * Capability indices and process capability, Six Sigma * Semester Projects REGRESSION 02/14,19,21,26,28:03/04 (simple and multiple) & 1 FACTOR EXPERIMENTS (Chapters 11,12,13) * Test Review * Simple and multiple regression * Correlation * ANOVA for a single factor * Test Review 03/06 TEST 03/11,13 MULTIPLE FACTOR EXPERIMENTS DESIGN (Chapter 14) * Test Review * The problems with One factor at a time experiments * Designing the Two Level Factorial 03/18,20 SPRING BREAK 03/25,27 MULTIPLE FACTOR EXPERIMENTS DESIGN (Chapter 14) * Designing the Two Level Fractional Factorial Screening Designs * Orthogonality & Confounding 04/01,03,08,10 MULTIPLE FACTOR EXPERIMENTS ANALYSIS (Chapters 14) * Analysi...

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