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Experimental Designs in the High Added Value Products Industry

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.]Two major constraints for experimental methods in the high added value products industry are the complexity of the products and the high cost of production. Several progressive strategies exist that take this into account. The proposed dichotomic designs approach is based on sequential bifurcation that allows detection of effective factors with few runs. Additionally, all runs can be reused to create an orthogonal fractional design if uncertainty remains, and the strategy can be used without a precise list of all factors under consideration.

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  • Topics: Design of Experiments, Product Development and Recall, Engineering
  • Keywords: Design of experiments (DOE),Product design,Quality engineering,Screening,Sequential methods,Value-added
  • Author: Avrillon, Laetitia; Pillet, Maurice
  • Journal: Quality Engineering