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process average of 0.5% nonconforming product or

less less. 1,500 units are produced per day, and 2

days runs are combined to form ashipping lot. It is

decided to sample 250 units each day and use an np

chart to control production.

(a) Find the 3-sigma control limits for this process.

(b) Assume that the process shifts from 0.5 to 4%

nonconforming product. Use Table G to find the

probability that the shift will be detected as the result of

the first days sampling after the shift occurs.

(c) What is the probability that the shift described in (b)

will be caught within the first 3 days after it occurs?

The c and u charts

Defective and defect

A defective article is the one that fails to conform

to some specification.

Each instance of the articles lack of conformity to

specifications is a defect

A defective article may have one or more defects

The c and u charts

The np and c charts

Both the charts apply to total counts

The np chart applies to the total number of

defectives in samples of constant size

The c chart applies to the total number of defects

in samples of constant size

The u chart

If the sample size varies, the u chart for the

number of defects per unit may be used

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The c and u charts

The 3-sigma limits for the c chart are:

UCLc c 3 c, LCLc c 3 c

Note: c is the observed mean, c is the expected

mean and c0 is the standard mean.

The c and u charts

As the Poisson distribution is not symmetrical, the

upper and lower 3-sigma limits do not correspond to

equal probabilities of a point on the control chart

falling outside limits (See Section 7.7). To avoid the

problem with asymmetry, the use of 0.995 and 0.005

limits has been favored

If the distribution does not follow Poisson law, actual

standard deviation may be greater than c and,

therefore, 3-sigma limit may actually be greater than 3 c

limit obtained from the formula

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The c and u charts

The 3-sigma limits for the u chart, for sample i

u

u

UCLu u 3

, LCLu u 3

ni

ni

Note: u is the observed mean, u is the expected

mean and u0 is the standard mean. n i is some

measure of the i -th sample; it may be number of

units, number of square feet of area, etc.

u is not Poisson distributed but n u is

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0.005 probability limits for a c chart when c = 5.8. Also

when c = 12.0

surface imperfections on sheets of photographic film.

The chart presently is set up based on c of 2.6.

(a) Find the 3-sigma control limits for this process.

(b) Use Table G to determine the probability that a point

will fall outside these control limits while the process is

actually operating at a c of 2.6.

(c) If the process average shifts to 4.8, what is the

probability of not detecting the shift on the first sample

taken after the shift occurs?

maintenance workers based on maintenance errors

per standard worker-hour. For each worker, a random

sample of 5 items is taken daily and the statistic c/n is

plotted on the workers control chart where c is the

count of errors found in 5 assemblies and n is the total

worker-hours required for the 5 assemblies.

(a) After the first 4 weeks, the record for one worker is

c=22 and n=54. Determine the central line and the

3-sigma control limits.

(b) On a certain day during the 4-week period, the worker

makes 2 errors in 4,3 standard worker-hour. Determine

if the point for this day falls within control limits.

Chapter 6:

pp. 223-234 (Sections 6.1-6.6)

Problems 6.6, 6.10, 6.16

Note for Problems 6.6 and 6.10: p0 is obtained by

eliminating out-of-control points and computing mean

value with only the in-control points

Chapter 7:

pp. 260-265, 268-275 (Sections 7.1-7.3,7.5-7.7)

Problems 7.4, 7.11, 7.15, 7.26

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