Design Of Experiments
|Location of Course||First Polymer Training Skillnet|
|Further Enquiries||Tel 090 6471223
Fax 090 6471221
|Course Content||This 2 day course will give Engineers/ Technicians involved in process improvement a comprehensive understanding of the benefits, details and implementation of the design of Experiments technique.
DOE is a method of completing machine trails, process testing etc in a very structured manner to gain maximum information about processes, problems and quality issues using minimum engineering trials/machine time. By completing a small number of runs, data is analysed to compare the effects of varying a number of parameters against each other, and the interactions between these parameters. Our course practicals use injection moulding equipment and compare the influence of injection speed and screw speed, barrel temperatures, holding pressure and time, decompression and back pressure on moulded part characteristics.
This highly practical course develops the theory of Design of Experiments from a basics through to advanced techniques, demonstrating in a production environment the many pitfalls to completing a good experiment, including:
How to select the right process parameters(factors) to use, and pitfalls to watch out for, How to ensure errors are minimised by good experimental procedures, How to ensure test equipment is suitable, and common issues in this area. Fast checks to make sure the process has stabilised between runs.
Delegates will learn:
Who Should Attend?
|Enrolment and Start Dates Comment||Course Dates:
10th & 11th October 2013
|Subjects Taught|| Orthogonal Arrays
Procedures for organising projects
Analysing for mean
Two and three level experiments
Use of interactions
Practical approaches to problems with running DOEs in plastics
Analysing for variation
Optimising attribute characteristics
Practical project on an injection moulding machine.
|Course Fee||795. Inclusive of course manual, lunch and refreshments. Certification is included in the course costs.|