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Private Webinar: Design and Analysis of Experiments by Dr. Doug Montgomery
April 29 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Please note this is a private webinar, not open to the public. If you are interested in having this course presented to your company, please contact Hobbs Engineering for details.
Design and Analysis of Experiments by Dr. Doug Montgomery
5 half-day Private webinar to be presented Monday April 29th , Wednesday May 1st , Friday May 10th , Monday May 13th , Wednesday May 15th
- What are designed experiments?
- Why do experiments in the engineering world need to be “designed”?
- Screening experiments versus optimization experiments
- Strategy of experimentation
- Factors and responses
- Some simple examples and review of statistics fundamentals
- Main effects and interactions
- A process for successfully designing and conducting experiments
- A simple 2-factor factorial (example)
- The general factorial experiment
- The 22 factorial
- Overview of the analysis procedure for a factorial
- The 23 factorial
- Replication of a factorial (why, how much)
- More than three factors, unreplicated 2k factorials
- Center points in 2k factorial designs
- Follow-up and confirmation experiments
Fractional Factorial Experiments
- The one-half fraction of the 2k design
- Smaller fractions
- Follow-up experiments
- Special types of fractional factorials
- Methods for constructing custom fractional designs
- Is there life after factor screening?
- Are we in the right operating region (and if not, now what)?
- Augmenting a 2k design to fit a second-order model
- Optimization of a second-order model
- Designs for fitting response surfaces
Other Potential Topics
- Designs with random effects
- Nested designs
About your Instructor
Dr. Douglas C. Montgomery is Regents’ Professor and the ASU Foundation Professor of Engineering, and a Member of the Committee on Statistics at Arizona State University. He held the John M. Fluke Distinguished Chair in Engineering, was the Director of Industrial Engineering and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle. He was a Professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He holds BSIE, MS and Ph.D. degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
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