|The author's goal for this book is for it to be the only source needed for planning, designing, conducting and analyzing industrial experiments. The process is divided into seven stages providing the users with a systematic approach to statistical experimentation, and establishing a beginning and an end to the process. By analyzing the examples provided, users gain insight into the process and can readily see to what degree other organizations have taken their experiments. In this sense, the book is ideal for engineering managers. But it also systematically demonstrates how to design any factorial and fractional factorial experimental design, making it indispensable to all engineers.
The explanation of analysis of variance is probably the most comprehensive ever written.
Using a non-mathematical approach, the author takes a beginner who knows very little about experimentation and leads him or her to achieve a very comprehensive understanding of the topic. The book covers numerous examples of experiments conducted in industry.
- Standardizes a methodology for statistical experimental design and analysis.
- Provides a methodology or approach to experimental design.
- Facilitates an understanding of the modern concepts of industrial experimentation.
- Provides a step-wise model to be emulated by problem solvers in your organization.