IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma Homework 3 - Due Tue March 24, 2010 1.
a) Do a Gage R &R study by using MINITAB b) Is the measurement system capable in this case, why? c) If you are told that the tolerance for characteristic is (40,60), re-do the Gage R
IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma Homework 2 (Due Feb 17)
1. When an accounting firm audits a corporation, the first phase of the audit involves obtaining "knowledge of the business". This phase of the audit requires the activities in Table 1.
Table
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IE 7610 Homework 4 Due March 31 1. A sample of peanut milk is analyzed and the percent protein extracted from the peanut milk samples are given below:
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Will this data support a
Fundamentals of Six Sigma
Homework 2
FX4282 Tejas Natani
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IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma
Group Project Assignments
1. Six Sigma Group Project:
a) What: Group Project
b) Assignment:
o Conduct a search for a completed 6-Sigma project in an assigned industry
(Industrial, Mechanical, Financial, Electrical, Biomed
DEFINE
Delphis Automotive System harness assembly plant experienced problems of huge
waste generation i.e. about 1,640 km of cable at the end the year.
The length of cable that were cut didnt match the length in Bill of Materials and were
found to be long
IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma
Homework 2
1. When an accounting firm audits a corporation, the first phase of the audit involves
obtaining knowledge of the business. This phase of the audit requires the
activities in Table 1.
Table 1
Activit
y
A
B
C
D
Fundamentals of Six Sigma
Homework 1
FX4282 Tejas Natani
Problem 1
Affinity diagram (KJ Method) for company to be more successful.
Customer
Requirements/Attractions
Investment Gains/Returns
Low Product Maintenance
Low Prices
High Quality
Work Culture
Sati
Courteous order entry Low prices Quick delivery Growth in shareholder value Teamwork Responsive technical support Personal employee growth IE 7610 Homework 1 Due Feb 3 Low production costs Innovative product features High return on investment Constant tec
IE 6240: Total Quality Management
Class Quiz: Test your knowledge
IE 6240: Total Quality Management
An Overview of Six Sigma
Programs
Fundamentals of Semiconductor
Manufacturing and Process
Control / Edition 1
by Gary S. May, Costas J. Spanos
Introduction
Probability and Statistics
Basic Probability concepts
Most inspection and quality control theory deals with statistics to make inference about a population based on
information contained in samples. The mechanism we use to make these inferences is probabi
CTQ Flow Down
Select Ys (CTQs)
Customer
needs/wants
Y1 Y2 Y3
Decompose Yi into
contributing elements, yi
Decompose yi into
contributing elements xi, n
Yi
y1 y2 y3
yi
x1 x2 x3
1
CTQ Flow Down Example
Customer Requirement (Critical to Quality):
Low Emiss
Analyze Phase
1
Analyze Phase Elements
Identify Sources
of Variation
Use Analysis Tools
Select Analysis
Tools
Analyze
Basic Tools and Methods
Measuring and modeling the relationship between
Variables
Hypothesis Testing
Failure mode and effects analysis
Basic Statistics
Objective:
Represents the main statistical properties of a set of data (sample
or population)
Lean6
Characteristics:
LEAN SIX SIGMA MINIBOOK
Location parameters
Mean, Mode, Median, Quartiles, Percentiles
Dispersion parameters
Range,
Measurement System Analysis
There is much confusion on measurement terminology. There are four
characteristics to examine in a gage system.
Sensitivity
The gage should be sensitive enough to detect differences in measurement as
slight as one-tenth of the
Analysis of Variance and Comparative Experiment
An example:
An independent automobile evaluation company wants to compare the qualities of 4
different cars, Ford Taurus, Chevy Lumina, Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. Evaluation
cars are driven and evaluated
Basic Statistics
Objective:
Represents the main statistical properties of a set of data (sample
or population)
Lean6
Characteristics:
LEAN SIX SIGMA MINIBOOK
Location parameters
Mean, Mode, Median, Quartiles, Percentiles
Dispersion parameters
Range,
Probability and Statistics
Basic Probability concepts
Most inspection and quality control theory deals with statistics to make inference about a population based on
information contained in samples. The mechanism we use to make these inferences is probabi
IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma
(1) Case Study & (2) Research Project Group Assignments 1. Case Study Group Assignment:
What: Case Study Assignment: Use the case study material in this document (do not add or delete any material), breakdown case study i
IE 7610 Homework 6, Due April 26 1. You are conducting a study on the blood glucose levels of 9 patients who are on strict diets and exercise routines. To monitor the mean and standard deviation of the blood glucose levels of your patients, create an X an
IE 7610 Fundamentals of Six Sigma Homework 5 - Due April 14 2010 1. An engineer is interested in the effects of cutting speed (A), tool geometry (B), and cutting angle (C) on the life (in hours) of a machine tool. Two levels of each factor are chosen, and
Measurement System Analysis
There is much confusion on measurement terminology. There are four
characteristics to examine in a gage system.
Sensitivity
The gage should be sensitive enough to detect differences in measurement as
slight as one-tenth of the
CONTROL
Control is the final step of Lean Six Sigma roadmap;
the objective of this phase is to:
Test the quality level because it is the result of previous
Lean Six Sigma steps;
Validate the method and its effectiveness used in
improvement;
Standardize th
Attribute Control Charts
What are Attributes Control Charts?
The Shewhart control chart plots quality characteristics that can be measured
and expressed numerically. We measure weight, height, position, thickness, etc.
If we cannot represent a particular
Business Process management
Business Process vs Organization Function
SIPOC Diagram and Process Elements
SIPOC Diagram
Objective:
SIPOC Diagram maps the process from a macroscopic point of view. It
should be used during the early stages of an improvement
Measure Phase
1
Measure Phase Elements
Perform
Capability
Analysis
Perform Data
Collection
Perform
Measurement
System Analysis
Develop Data
Collection
Plan
Determine
Data Type
Identify
Measurement
and Variation
2
Measure: Body of Knowledge Needed
Data
Pro
DOE Analysis Steps
The following are the basic steps in a DOE analysis.
1. Look at the data. Examine it for outliers, typos and obvious problems. Construct as many graphs
as you can to get the big picture.
Response distributions (histograms, box plots, et
Improve by Lean Operation
5S
Poke-Yoke,
Standard Work
Set up time reduction
Kanban
Kaizen
5S (Housekeeping, Workplace Organization)
5S is a fundamental first step for any manufacturing company, wishing
to call itself world class. The presence of a 5S prog
Six Sigma: Define Phase
Define Phase Outcomes
Define the problem with a High-Level Problem Statement
Specifically identify the process or product customers
impacted by the problem
Define CTQs (Critical to Quality) characteristics from the
customers poi