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Design of Experiment: DOE

A scientific strategy to conduct investigations

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Descriptive Statistics: Mean, STD, etc.. Histogram, Control Charts Simple and multiple regressions Hypothesis testing (When p is low, Ho must go)

Passive tools

5. ANOVA (1-way and 2-way) 6. DOE (3 or more factors)

Active tools

With DoE, we can determine what factors: - Shift the mean - Reduce variation - Or both - Or have no effect



DOE: Planning Strategy Traditional approach with typical 3-step process Screening DoE Refining DoE Optimizing DoE DoE Prerequisites: ‡ Process is in statistical control ‡ Measurement system is adequate (MSA) ‡ Understanding of process knowledge (reduces screening) TNT 2 .

5. 8. Conveyor speed Product bed depth Travel distance to pkg. 7. Seas content: In-bag In-transit Seas efficiency Etc« Factor selection tools: Brainstorming SIPOC Process maps C&E diagram C&E matrix Multiple lin.Reduces variation Or both . regression No. Tumbler thruput Thruput variance Surface oil % Surface temp.Shifts the mean . 6. of runs = Level 5 i. ‡ ‡ 2. 2 = 32 runs factors Fractional DoE: Test only What deemed relevant Full Factorial DoE: Test all input X¶s TNT Result in mathematical Model of the process Predicting what: . data 1. 2. data 1.DOE An example of a possible DoE in determining Doritos seasoning fall-off Input (X¶s factors) Cont. 3. 4.Have no effect 3 . 3.Responses) Cont.e. fall-off ? Output (Y¶s . Etc« DoE Goal: Which factors Impact Doritos seas.

. product temp. conveyor speed) Select levels (i. jars. Oil content.e.e.e.DOE DoE Checklist: Agree on purpose from all stakeholders Select response variables (i. do I need to consider seas. in-bag seasoning content) Select factors (surf.e. surface oil level at 33% and 38%) Determine number of observations (i. collect 5 in-bag seas. Lot change?) Consider interactions (what interactions among my inputs? And do I care?) Determine design and randomize data collection (full DoE or partial DoE?) Data collection plan (Who? What? When? How?) Communicate test plan to DoE site(s) Collect and analyze data DoE Logistics Test samples containment: zip-loc. & average) Consider blocking (i. labels Lab support/sample runners Lunch/break coverage TNT 4 .

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