FST 650 Lecture 4A

FST 650 Lecture 4A - PLANNING FOR PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT -...

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PLANNING FOR PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT - OBJECTIVES TO UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF THE USE OF EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TO LEARN ABOUT THE ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
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EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES ‘BALL-PARK’ ‘BEST ESTIMATE’ ONE VARIABLE AT A TIME SCREENING OPTIMIZATION RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY
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EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN SCREENING FULL FACTORIAL FRACTIONAL FACTORIAL RESPONSE SURFACE
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SCREENING A TYPICAL FORMULATED FOOD MAY HAVE UP TO 20 VARIABLES THAT AFFECT PRODUCT QUALITIES A STANDARD FACTORIAL DESIGN WOULD REQUIRE MANY HUNDREDS OF RUNS IDENTIFIES ONLY MAJOR EFFECTS - USED TO LIMIT VARIABLES FOR FURTHER DESIGN EXPERIMENTS
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CONSIDERATIONS FOR SCREENING DEFINITION OF INDEPENDENT AND DEPENDENT VARIABLES SCOPE AND SPECTRUM OF SCREEN MESH SIZE OF THE SCREEN QUANTITATION CONTENT DEGREE OF ABSTRACTIONS SUFFICIENCY
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SCREENING DESIGNS USED IN EARLY STAGES OF A DEVELOPMENT USE A SUBSET OF THE RUNS OF A FULL TWO- LEVEL FACTORIAL DESIGN
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course FST 650 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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FST 650 Lecture 4A - PLANNING FOR PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT -...

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