Asignment_2 - 100 Damaged 44 0.32 14.08 0 100 Trivial many...

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Pareto Chart Page 1 Bell mouth Short Porous Poor Finish Long Splits Oversized Flares Tapered Bent Undersized Flares Damaged 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Pareto Chart Total Cost($) CUM. % Type of Defects Total Cost ($)
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Type of Defect Frequency Unit Cost Total Cost($) % CUM. % Bell mouth 4789 0.85 4070.65 49% 49% Vital Few Short 543 4.76 2584.68 31% 80% Porous 971 0.61 592.31 7% 87% Poor Finish 88 3.75 330 4% 91% Long 287 0.75 215.25 3% 94% Splits 901 0.21 189.21 2% 96% Oversized Flares 455 0.31 141.05 2% 98% Tapered 123 0.69 84.87 1% 99% Bent 286 0.22 62.92 1% 99% Undersized Flares 61 0.58 35.38 0%
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Unformatted text preview: 100% Damaged 44 0.32 14.08 0% 100% Trivial many TOTALS 8320.4 Comment: Bell mouth and short defects can be considered as "Vital Few" that will have a considerable improvement on cost saving if they are addressed properly. Those defects at the bottom of the list can be considered "Trivial many". evenif time and money are spent to tackle them the return would be insignificant so management need to give priority to solve bell mouth and short problems....
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2009 for the course MECHANICAL ieng3000 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '09 term at Conestoga.

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Asignment_2 - 100 Damaged 44 0.32 14.08 0 100 Trivial many...

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