4 edition of Design for Six Sigma statistics found in the catalog.
Published 2006 by Administrator in McGraw-Hill
Includes bibliographical references (p. 833-836) and index
Statement | McGraw-Hill |
Publishers | McGraw-Hill |
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LC Classifications | 2006 |
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Pagination | xvi, 119 p. : |
Number of Pages | 42 |
ID Numbers | |
ISBN 10 | 0071451625 |
Series | |
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2 | Six sigma operational methods series |
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nodata File Size: 1MB.
As the sixth book in the Six Sigma operations series, this comprehensive book goes beyond an introduction to the statistical tools and methods found in most books but contains expert case studies, equations and step by step MINTAB instruction for performing: DFSS Design of Experiments, Measuring Process Capability, Statistical Tolerancing in DFSS and DFSS Techniques within the Supply Chain for Improved Results.
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis• More than an introduction to statistical concepts and methods, this comprehensive resource offers real-world case studies and step-by-step MINTAB instruction for performing:• Book needs at least the size of Montgomery's SQC book or Drakes Dim and Tol handbook. He has worked with product development teams for 22 years as an engineer, statistician, project manager, Six Sigma Black Belt, and consultant. Design for Six Sigma statistics Sleeper is a DFSS expert and General Manager of Successful Statistics, LLC.
Oh that's right they did, as they are the same ones that biffed up Yang and El-Haik's book as well. He has worked with product development teams for 22 years as an engineer, statistician, project manager, Six Sigma Black Belt, and consultant. He has worked with product development teams for 22 years as an engineer, statistician, project manager, Six Sigma Black Belt, and consultant.
I think I may have to pony up the cash up to put it in my personal library. All design engineers out there need to buy this book and skip right to chapter 11 and for all those folks doing pure RSS stackups, you are being too optimistic on normality occurrences my friends.
Tell the publisher you want a best in class bible on Design Simulation. First, his examples are world class, well written, they flow, and when you read them, you can imagine yourself in that persons shoes.
This rigorous text provides the user with statistical tools for rooting out and solving problems in Design for Six Sigma initiatives In today's competitive environment, companies can no longer produce goods and services that are merely good with low defect levels, they have to be near-perfect.
Sleeper write next: skip the quality tools Andy, all the old folks already write about them.