Lecture1 - Designed Experimentation for Engineers and...

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Designed Experimentation for Engineers and Scientists EIN4905, ESI 6912 Upper Division U/G, Graduate Elective D.A. Schaub, Univ. of Florida
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Prerequisites Will have an industrial emphasis, so the following courses are recommended pre- requisites ESI4221C - Industrial Quality Control ESI6321 - Applied Probability Methods However, only an introductory course in statistics is required
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Catalog Description Factorial, fractional factorial experiments, ANOVA analysis, model adequacy analysis, intro to mixed level designs & response surface methodology. Review of successful experimentation practices.
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Course Objectives To provide a practical hands-on approach to conducting and analyzing experimental tests. Emphasis will be on manufacturing applications.
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Course Topic Outline Introduction 2 K Factorial Experiments Analysis and Model Adequacy Evaluation Creating a Successful Experiment Blocking and Confounding Fractional Factorials 3 K , Mixed Level, and Mixture Experiments Introduction to Response Surface Methodology Taguchi’s Contributions to Experimental Design
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