The Optimum Target Value for Single Filling Operations with Quality Sampling Plans

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Boucher, Thomas; Jafari, Mohsen   (1991, ASQC)   Rutgers University

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 23    No. 1
QICID: 11331    January 1991    pp. 44-47
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Article Abstract

We address the problem of choosing the most cost efficient set point for an automatic filling operation on a production line. Several researchers have examined this problem for the case where the filling operation is followed by 100% inspection. However, it is not always possible or economically justifiable to inspect every unit of product. In this paper we examine the case in which a sampling plan is used. There are two conditions examined, (1) when sampling results in destructive testing and (2) when the testing is nondestructive.

Keywords

Process control,Optimization


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