ChE253K HWProblems DOE.1

ChE253K HWProblems DOE.1 - Answers: Optimum: (10, 75) 3....

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ChE 253K -- Applied Statistics -- Homework #13 Due Wednesday, April 29 at Lecture 1. Lecture 23, Coke Oven Example See lecture for problem description. Your JMP Full Factorial Design and Model Specification windows, and Fit Summary are the answer. 2. Text Problems 13.1 (a) Please perform a DOE-ANOVA using this data in JMP. Report the JMP data table and the ANOVA table produced by JMP's Fit Model analysis. Use the p values to determine whether concentration, temperature, concentration x temperature and/or rep number are significant factors at the 0.05 level. (b) Make a table of mean result vs. main factor values, i.e., mean reflectivity vs. concentration and temperature, and determine the optimum operating conditions.
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Unformatted text preview: Answers: Optimum: (10, 75) 3. Text Problem 13.5 Please perform a DOE-ANOVA using this data in JMP. Consider the two runs, Rep. 1 and Rep. 2, as replicates because the difference between them is not significant. Report the JMP data table and the ANOVA table produced by JMP's Fit Model analysis. Use the p values to determine whether flow index, filler content and flow index x filler content are significant factors at the 0.05 level. Answers Note: Your values will differ somewhat, because you are treating the two runs as replicates and thereby increasing the error sum of squares....
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