Practical Product Assurance Management
ON SALE NOW! Quickly learn how to implement and manage a practical product assurance program in a design or manufacturing environment. This book looks at the primary elements of a product assurance process and how to manage the activity successfully. Written for those in a technical business environment, it presents tried and true tools and methods in a practical, simple format. the book is organized in a useful fashion beginning with reliability definitions and progressing to the who, what, when, where, why, and how of product assurance implementation. a discussion of both hardware and software assurance tools is also included. Quality practitioners can use the practical examples and illustrations to apply the techniques that will make this book a favorite quick reference.
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Structure of Product Assurance and Its Management
Past and Present Perspectives on Product Assurance
Product Assurance Planning within the Product
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activity assembly assessment attribute type data benchmarking block diagram calculated characteristics chart chi-square component continuous improvement corrective action cost of quality design and process Design of Experiments design or process design review design/process development determine DFMA elements engineering milestone evaluation failure mode failure rate fault tree fault tree analysis FMEA Identify input involve lean production manufacturing process Measurement Systems Analysis method normal distribution number of samples organization output parameters Pareto charts PFMEA practical product assurance preventive maintenance probability of success process control plan process development phase process performance product assurance management product assurance planning product design product design/process product development process quality and reliability Quality Function Deployment quality management relationship reliability tools risk root cause analysis sample planning software test specific Statistical Process Control stress subsystem techniques Tool Is Applied Tool Is Implemented tools and processes total number Weibull distribution Weibull slope