Design of Experiments for Dummies

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Vandenbrande, Willy   (2005, ASQ)   QS Consult, Brugge, Belgium

Quality Progress    Vol. 38    No. 4
QICID: 19948    April 2005    pp. 59-65
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Article Abstract

Design of experiments (DOE) is not as widely applied in industry as it should be because it appears complex and confusing to newcomers. In reality, most test performed are one-factor two-level experiments that show how a system, product, or process will react if one factor is changed, but things can still go wrong if the experiment is incorrectly set up. Use the nine basic rules of DOE to avoid problems and assure results give the answers you need.

Keywords

Design of experiments (DOE),Quality tools,Quality control methodology,Factorial experiments


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