Quality, Reliability, and Process Improvement

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Industrial Press Inc., 1985 - Business & Economics - 401 pages
Thoroughly revised and updated, this widely acclaimed reference/text is both an ideal teaching source and a succinct working manual for organizing effective quality-reliability programs in any industrial plant. Its purpose is to achieve practicality within a framework of prevailing technology.
 

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Contents

Note on English Metric and SI Units of Measurement
1
Inspection and Testing for Quality Control
3
Installing LotbyLot Inspection
9
List of Tables
14
Basis of Sampling Plans
31
Process Inspection with Control Charts
45
Control of Variability
59
Statistical Basis of Control Charts
69
Optimizing Processing Through Evolutionary Operation
183
Statistical Buildup of Tolerances
189
Multiple Tolerance Chains
201
Planned Experiments
210
Evaluation of Reliability
219
Reliability Assurance
239
Reliability Design
253
Experiments Designed to Enhance Quality and Reliability
267

Further Control Charts
87
Process Capability and Product Tolerances
105
List of Tables Continued
120
VendorVendee Relations
135
Organizational Aspects
147
Installing Quality Control
159
Analysis of Variance
171
Quality and Reliability Experiments Additional Applications
293
Quality and Reliability Experiments Using Covariance Analysis
309
Special Methods for Participative QualityControl Activities
329
Appendixes
347
Glossary
385
Index
399
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