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• Definition:

- A statistical tool to

determine if a process is in

control.

Two Types of Control

Charts

• Variable Control Charts

• Attribute Control Charts

Control Chart Key Terms

• Out of Control: the process may

not performing correctly

• In Control: the process may be

performing correctly

• UCL: upper control limit

• LCL: lower control limit

• Average value: average

Process is OUT of

control if:

• One or multiple points outside

the control limits

• Eight points in a row above the

average value

• Multiple points in a row near the

control limits

Process is IN control if:

• The sample points fall between

the control limits

• There are no major trends

forming, i.e.. The points vary,

both above and below the

average value.

Control Charts

• The following control chart

shows the improvement of a

process. The standard deviation

decreases as the process

becomes more capable.

How to Calculate the

control limits

• X-bar Chart:

Lower Control Limit:

• Mean – 3*sigma

n(1/2)

Center Line:

• Process mean

Upper Control Limit:

• Mean + 3*sigma

n(1/2)

How to Calculate the

control limits

• R chart:

– Lower Control Limit:

• R-Bar – 3*d3*sigma

– Center Line:

• R-Bar

– Upper Control Limit:

• R-Bar + 3*d3*sigma

Sample Size

• The sample set of data should

be greater than 28.

• The data should have been

collected uniformly

• The data should contain multiple

capable points of data, or the

information is incorrect.

Example

• The following slides contain

data and questions for your

practice with control charts.

Please take the process step by

step and look back to previous

slides for help.

Sample Data

Day Percent Day Percent

1 .056 15 .068

2 .078 16 .038

3 .064 17 .077

4 .023 18 .068

5 .067 19 .053

6 .078 20 .071

7 .067 21 .037

8 .045 22 .052

9 .034 23 .072

10 .045 24 .047

11 .062 25 .042

12 .051 26 .051

13 .070 27 .064

14 .039 28 .071

• Now that you have calculated

the three important lines for the

control chart, plot the data and

determine if the process is

capable. (i.e. The data falls

mostly inside the UCL, and the

LCL)

Example

Final Step

• Make a recommendation to your

company.

– The process is capable

– The process is not capable

• The following errors were found.

• The process needs improvement

• The variations are normal in the

system and we must accept them.

Control Charts Review

• What have we learned?

– Control Charts are a useful way to

determine the capability of a

process.

– The different types of control

charts.

– How to calculate the control limits

for a control chart.

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