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MAE 552 Optional Homework Assignment Due Date: Friday, April 26, 2002 – NO EXTENTIONS WHATSOEVER. Taguchi’s orthogonal arrays. Preamble: Consider a design problem for which you have no analytical means of calculating or accurately estimating the performance. Your only option for optimization of your system is to use an approach based on experimentation. In this assignment, you are to use Taguchi’s Robust Design to find the optimal settings for the factors (which will be described shortly) that influence a system (that will also be described shortly). No computer code will be required on the part of the student for this assignment. Factors: This problem will not be given any physical meaning and thus the factors will be referred to only as A, B, C, and D. Each will have 3 levels, the values of which are provided in table 1 below. Factor Levels 1 2 3 A 20 30 40 B -10 -5 0 C 16 37 95 D 0 -3 -7 Table 1. System: As stated above, this problem will not be given any physical meaning. Therefore, your task is to seek a maximum value for the system performance.

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