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viscosity
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1. A chemist wishes to test the eects of four chemical agents on the strength of a particular
type of cloth. Because there might be variability from one bolt to
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Assignment #7
- Montgomery - Sections 4.1-4.4, 5.1-5.3
1. Japanese beetles ate the Roma beans in the Oehlerts garden last year, so they ran an experiment
this year to nd the
Solutions from Montgomery, D. C. (2008) Design and Analysis of Experiments, Wiley, NY
Chapter 2
Simple Comparative Experiments
Solutions
2.1. The Minitab output for a random sample of data is shown be
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- Montgomery - Chapter 5 and Chapter 13
1. Montgomery Problem 5-18 (paper.dat in data directory). This is a xed eects model.
The ANOVA table is
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- Montgomery - Sections 4.1-4.2
1. For the vascular graft example (Table 4-3, page 127), change the data in the following manner. To
the data for resin batch 1,
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- Montgomery - Sections 3-7, 13-1, 13-4, 15-3
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1. The grand sample mean is 100. This means the treatment sum of squares is
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Randomization
Because it is generally extremely difficult for experimenters to eliminate bias
using only their expert judgment, the use of randomization in experiments is
common practice. In a randomi
Homogeneity of Variance Tests For Two or More Groups
We covered this topic for two-group designs earlier. Basically, one transforms the scores so
that between groups variance in the scores reflects di
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Users Manual for the LAP-Animal Use Qualification (AUQ) Web-based
Application
The AUQ web-based application has been designed to streamline data collection,
update, and management of Animal User Quali
Design of Engineering Experiments
The 2k-p Fractional Factorial Design
Text reference, Chapter 8
Motivation for fractional factorials is obvious; as the
number of factors becomes large enough to be
Random and Mixed Effects ANOVA
A classification variable in ANOVA may be either fixed or random. The
meaning of fixed and random are the same as they were when we discussed the
distinction between reg
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 3 The Blocking Principle
Text Reference, Chapter 4
Blocking and nuisance factors
The randomized complete block design or
the RCBD
Extension of the ANOVA to t
Chapter 2 Supplemental Text Material S2-1. Models for the Data and the t-Test The model presented in the text, equation (2-23) is more properly called a means model. Since the mean is a location param
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Chapter 6
k
The 2 Factorial Design
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Designs Illustrated
In this appendix we give a small catalog of designs, to be used as a quick
reference. We consider the case of two treatments A and B, each at two levels,
with 16 observations a
1. Robustness
Strictly speaking, a robust statistic is resistant to errors in the results, produced by deviations
from assumptions[1] (e.g., of normality). This means that if the assumptions are only
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 10 Nested and Split-Plot Designs
Text reference, Chapter 14, Pg. 525
These are multifactor experiments that have some
important industrial applications
Nested
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 9 Experiments with Random
Factors
Text reference, Chapter 13, Pg. 484
Previous chapters have considered fixed factors
A specific set of factor levels is chose
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 8 Overview of
Response Surface Methods
Text reference, Chapter 11, Sections 11-1 through
11-4
Primary focus of previous chapters is factor
screening
Two-level
Design of Engineering Experiments Part 7
The 2k-p Fractional Factorial Design
Text reference, Chapter 8
Motivation for fractional factorials is obvious; as
the number of factors becomes large enoug
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 6 Blocking & Confounding in the 2k
Text reference, Chapter 7
Blocking is a technique for dealing with
controllable nuisance variables
Two cases are considered
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 5 The 2k Factorial Design
Text reference, Chapter 6
Special case of the general factorial design; k factors,
all at two levels
The two levels are usually call
Design of Engineering Experiments
Part 4 Introduction to Factorials
Text reference, Chapter 5
General principles of factorial experiments
The two-factor factorial with fixed effects
The ANOVA for fact