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Gauge R&R Studies for Destructive Measurement

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.]The standard gauge R&R study for assessing a measurement system's precision measures a number of objects multiple times in order to determine the measurement spread of a single object. However, when objects are affected by the measurement or when the true value of the object is variable, the measurements become destructive and result in an overestimation of measurement spread. Alternatives are proposed, which when applied to destructive measurements that meet certain conditions, result in smaller overestimations of measurement spread.

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  • Keywords: Gage Repeatability and reproducibility studies (GR&R),Gauges,Measurement,Measurement system,Destructive testing
  • Author: De Mast, Jeroen; Trip, Albert
  • Journal: Journal of Quality Technology