DOE Study questions.
1, What is DOE? What is the main output from DOE?
2. What is factorial design? How does it work?
3. What are the main effects? The interaction effects?
4. How do you determine which inputs effects are significant?
5. In a 2 level thre
Paper ID #13336
A reflection on the process of selecting, developing, and launching a new design project in a large-scale introduction to engineering design course
Mr. Kevin Calabro, University of Maryland, College Park
Kevin Calabro is Keystone Instructo
ENME 392 Fall 2016
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ENME 392 Fall 2016
Written Homework #3 Continuous Distributions
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ENME 392 Fall 2016
Written Homework #5 Hypothesis Testing I
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ENME 392
Fall 2016
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Math 246
Sample Exam 2 - Time: 70 minutes
Dr. Ebrahimian
Your Exam 2 will approximately be of the same length as this sample exam. Do NOT ignore the material
not covered in this sample exam.
1a. Find the interval of definition of y 00 +
1
0
t2 10 y
+
3t1
ENME 392 Fall 2016
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Regression Study Questions
1. What is a linear regression? What is the equation for it? How do you
determine the coefficients? What is noteworthy about the coefficients?
2. What is the standard error? Of what?
3. What is the correlation coefficient? Draw
Chi-Squared
1.
2.
3.
4.
What is goodness of fit? Give an example.
What is Chi-squared for homogeneity (independence?
How do you calculate the chi-squared for each?
What is the condition for accept/reject?
ANOVA
1. What is ANOVA? What are the requirements?
Hypothesis Testing
Reading/Video/Slide questions
1. What is a basic description hypothesis testing?
2. What is the null and alternate hypothesis?
a. What is critical about the alternate hypothesis?
b. Give an example of your own?
3. What are the steps for
Reliability
Goals and
Planning
Supplemental Reading
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 4: Reliability Goals and Planning
Setting a meaningful goal, which is measurable during product
development, is often one of the first steps necessary to create a reliable
prod
Sources
of
Failure
Supplemental Reading
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 6: Sources of Failure
When Something Fails, What Should We Do?
A natural question when something fails is Why did it fail?
The answer is not always obvious or easy to sort out. Some failur
Basic
Reliability
Modeling
Next Action Worksheet
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 5: Basic Reliability Modeling
Introduction
Creating a basic reliability block
diagram is the easy part. What you
do with it to influence decisions is the
important part. Even simp
Reliability
Risk
Next Action Worksheet
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 7: Reliability Risk
Introduction
Products fail. That is not the risk. If
they fail unexpectedly, too often, or
cause harm that is the risk. Design
engineers tend to design away from
failure
Reliability
Maturity
Matrix
Next Action Worksheet
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 3: Reliability Maturity Matrix
Introduction
This lesson moves from lectures
to practical application. In order to
improve a reliability program, start
with understanding your cur
Robust
by
Design
Supplemental Reading
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 10: Robust by Design
Introduction
Product failures most often reflect a design fault. Manufacturing and use
can only increase the chance of failure. A few simple concepts and tools
can help
Supply
Chain
Reliability
Next Action Worksheet
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 11: Supply Chain Reliability
Introduction
Nearly every product uses parts,
components, materials prepared by
another company. We rely on them
to provide their products to us, which
Basic
Reliability
Testing
Next Action Worksheet
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 9: Basic Reliability Testing
Introduction
Testing is expensive and a good way
to reduce uncertainty of what will fail
or when it will fail. Each test should
be connected to a decis
Robust
By
Design
Next Action Worksheet
Accendo Reliability
Lesson 10: Robust by Design
Introduction
As a young manufacturing engineer
I learned product failures are always
the designs fault. Manufacturing and
use can only increase the chance of
failure. A
R E L I A B I L I T Y P R O GR A M A S S E S S M E N T R E P OR T
AC, Inc. Reliability Program Assessment Report
Survey Summary
DFR Methods Survey
Scoring:
4 = 100%, top priority, always done
3 = >75%, use normally, expected
2 = 25% - 75%, variable use
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