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DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS COURSE CONTENTS
:: INTRODUCTION TO FACTORIAL DESIGN
  The Simulation
The Two Factor Simulation
The 22 Factorial
The Interactions
The Interaction Plot
Calculating the Interaction
Coded Factors
Coded Factor Calculations
Regression Equation
Coded to Physical Conversion
The Response Surface
The Bald Tires Activity
Marginal Average Graphs
Battery Filling Case Study
:: FULL FACTORIAL DESIGN
  Using Three Factors
The Coded Factor Matrix
The Balanced Matrix
Randomization
Creating the Minitab Design
Collecting the Results
Analyzing the Minitab Design
The Session Window Analysis
The Factorial Plots
The Coded Factor Matrix in Minitab
Five Factors
Catapult Case Study
:: FRACTIONAL FACTORIAL DESIGN
  Fractional Factorials
The Aliases
Example
The Defining Relation
Design Resolution
The 25-2 Design
The aliases of the 25-2 Design
Exercise
Foldover Designs with Minitab
Adding the Data
Analyzing the Design
Exercise
Review of Fractional Factorials
Examples
 
:: HYPOTHESIS TESTS
  The Simulation
The Mean of a Sample
Hypothesis Tests
Calculating the p-Value
Hypothesis Test Misconceptions
Type I and Type II Errors
Power
Two Sided Tests
The t-Distribution
Sample Size
Comparing two Processes
Paired t-Test
:: SINGLE FACTORS EXPERIMENTS
  The Simulation
Sum of Squares
Interpreting the Sum of Squares
The F Test
The Mean Square
Calculating the F Statistic
Using Minitab
Case Study
Residual Analysis
Residual vs Fits
Examples
:: ANALYZING EXPERIMENTS
 

ANOVA and Factorial Designs
The t-test and Factorial Designs
Number of Replications and Power
The Three Factor Design
Interpreting the P-Values
Unusual Observations
Fitting the Model
Transformations
Identifying the Need
Applying the Transform
Selecting a Transform
Exercise
Screening Designs
Collecting the Data
The Analysis
Optimizing the Response
Response Optimizer
Plackett-Burman Designs
Plackett-Burman Exercise
Case Study


 

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