SYSEN 510: Applied Systems Engineering
Fall 2011
Homework #11
Due Date: Monday, 11/15/11
1. Six Sigma Problem
A) Sigma=sqrt(sigma1^2+sigma2^2+sigma3^2) so 0.15=sqrt(0.1^2+0.001^2+sigma3^2)
and sigma3=0.1179m
B) Variation must be 0.5m and the current std i

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P6
Bad solder during assembly
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P2
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P2=.05
P3=.025
P4=.025
P5= P1+ P2-(P1* P2)=.07375
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Child retrieves toy
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Parent puts toy away
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SYSEN 510: Applied Systems Engineering
Fall 2011
Homework #12
Due Date: 11/22/11
1. (Update of) Requirements Verification
Provide the following from your project:
Three valid requirements from your project:
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SYSEN 510: Applied Systems Engineering
Fall 2011
Homework #11
Due Date: Monday, 11/15/11
1. Six Sigma Problem
A) Sigma=sqrt(sigma1^2+sigma2^2+sigma3^2) so 0.15=sqrt(0.1^2+0.001^2+sigma3^2)
and sigma3=0.1179m
B) Variation must be 0.5m and the current std i

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RC Command
Pilot
Open Pilot
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Windshield is in the retracted state
Parachute is open
Windshield is in
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Windshield
Retraction
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Pilot is set into the cockpit i