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1. Assignment #3 help 2. Lab preparation / help 3. Tutorial questions

**Step1: Baseline the existing state
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Run the simulation 15 times (with the input set at the nominal value)

Descriptive Statistics

Variable: Initial base

Anderson-Darling Normality Test A-Squared: P-Value: Mean StDev Variance Skewness Kurtosis N Minimum 1st Quartile Median 3rd Quartile Maximum 152.312

152.0 152.2 152.4 152.6 152.8 153.0 153.2 153.4

0.357 0.407 152.771 0.829 0.686770 -4.9E-02 -1.16296 15 151.510 152.080 152.920 153.380 154.130 153.230 1.307 153.350

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95% Confidence Interval for Mu

95% Confidence Interval for Mu 95% Confidence Interval for Sigma 0.607 95% Confidence Interval for Median 152.095 95% Confidence Interval for Median

Run a descriptive stats to understand the existing mean, standard deviation and distribution.

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( I would not recommend a full factorial OR a resolution III.) Step 3: Run the DOE Run 1 is with all settings at -1 • If you selected a resolution IV you will have 16 runs to complete. 2 .Step 2: Design a 2-level experiment using Minitab • • Explain why you selected the resolution you did. (In this case) Run 1 will require all Control factors to be set to their minimum value.

Step 4: Analyze the data 3 .Step 4: Analyze the data • Add a column entitled “Response” and input the value from each DOE simulation.

Step 6: Create System Model Pareto Chart of the Standardized Effects (response is Response. • From the session window in Minitab identify the constant terms for the relevant parameters. Alpha = .10) B C AE A AC AB AF AD G F AG D E BD A: B: C: D: E: F: G: A B C D E F G 0 50 100 • From the analysis determine which parameters are relevant.Step 5: Main effect plot You’ll need to enter the setup page. 4 .

-1)in Minitab and convert to actual values later. (in this case all cells must be between –1 and 1) • Hint: Select coded units (1. Rescale it from -1 1 to the true range. 5 .Step 6: Create System Model • Under the tools menu Solver • Select the target cell (what you want to maximize. Step 7: Rerun the optimal setting • Excel solver will identify the ideal value for each input X.0. • Select the cells which are independent (the cells that can change). • List the constraints on the changing cells. Enter this into the simulation tool and obtain the distribution of the optimized value. minimize or solve to a value).

because the control factors are quantity measurements as opposed to discrete items – Once you have your optimal value in coded units (+1 and -1) then interpolate to get this into "real values" (the numbers that fit into simulation). – For example if you get A=-1 for the optimal soln then convert this to A= 609.7 Helicopter Lab Robust Design Static Taguchi DOE 6 .Commonly Asked Questions • Are the CF in the assignment continuous? – Yes.

The Helicopter Lab Learning Objectives: – Develop a helicopter concept prototype – Conduct a Robust Design DOE – Two step optimization using an L9 array. Materials • • • • Light weight paper (Provided) Heavy weight paper (Provided) Scissors (Bring 2 pairs per group) Stop watches (Bring 1 per group) Creativity 7 .

• You may need to find creative ways to include all contributing factors. Watch out for Interacting Control Factors!!! 8 . • For each Control Factor you must select 3 levels. Develop your Control Factors & levels • You must pick 4 Control Factors – (To fit an L9 array). • Due to time and cost constraints you must use an L9.The Voice of the Customer … • A helicopter that will always rotate. • The helicopter to stay in the air as long as possible • Customers will use different paper types since a common type of paper will not always be available (noise).

Information about the L9 Array • Columns 3 & 4 are confounded/aliased with Columns 1 & 2! • So if there are interactions between factors in columns 1 & 2 they will be confounded with the factors in columns 3 & 4 – • What does this mean to you? Noise Factors Noise 1 Heavy Weight Paper Noise 2 Light Weight Paper 9 .

What are the responses? • Will always rotate Minimum specified RPS • Stay in the air as long as possible Maximize air time Analyzing the Data • Identify the Control Factors that will maximize S/N • Identify the Control Factors that will shifting to target 10 .

11 .Confirmation Experiment • Using the optimized set points for your Control Factors and with the mean shifted to maximize flight time and S/N • Check does your confirmation run match your predicted run? How to Build a Helicopter Start with a strip of paper cut per marks above Fold the wing and body Drop from required height.

Various concept (Include as an appendix) 2. Taguchi matrix.Pre-Lab Work: Prior to the lab please hand in the following: 1. 6. Taguchi. worst case noise. YOU MUST TRY A FEW CONCEPTS BEFORE COMING!!!! 12 . etc…) along with justification. P-diagram A comprehensive list of possible noises A list of CP candidates A list of possible responses. A strategy to handle the noises (compounded. (1 page max) 5. scissors and a stopwatch. pencil. You don’t need to hand this in but you should have an idea of what you would like to pursue once you begin the lab. etc…) along with justification 4. Explore the various concepts (Create models and try out a few). Bring the following: A ruler. Input type 3. A suggested approach to testing (full factorial.

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