Applied Statistics for Industry II

Instructor: | W. Robert Stephenson |

3111 Snedecor Hall | |

Phone: | 294-7805 |

email: | wrstephe@iastate.edu |

homepage: | www.public.iastate.edu/~wrstephe |

Office Hours: | |

Lecture: | Last offered spring 2013 |

**Materials:**

Course materials including handouts of PowerPoint presentations seen on the videos

will be made available via Blackboard. Additional material can be found on this course website.

The text from STAT 495 *Statistical Quality Design and Control*, 2^{nd} edition

by Devor, Chang and Sutherland
will be used in this course.

Three good reference books for the design and analysis of industrial experiments are:

*Applications of Statistics to Industrial Experimentation* by Cuthbert Daniel

* Design and Analysis of Experiments, 4th Ed.* by Douglas C. Montgomery

* Statistics for Experimenters * by Box, Hunter and Hunter

**Exams:**

**Off campus students will need to identify a proctor who will supervise the exams at their locations.**

Exam 1: Week of February 18

Exam 2: Week of April 1

Final Exam: Week of May 6

**Assignments:**

The due date for each assignment is one week after it is assigned. Corrected assignments will be returned as soon as possible.

A solution will be sent along with each corrected assignment. A term project will be due by 5 pm on May 3.

**Grading:**

Grading is based on your performance on exams, the project and homework assignments. The breakdown of points is as follows:

Exam 1: | 100 pts |

Exam 2: | 100 pts |

Homework: | 100 pts |

Project: | 70 pts |

Final Exam: | 130 pts |

Total | 500 pts |

** Blackboard, tapes of lectures and handbook materials: **

All handouts and handbook materials are available to students
registered for this course through Blackboard.

To access Blackboard go to the
homepage of Iowa State University (https://bb.its.iastate.edu/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp)

and
follow login with your Username and Password.

** Computing: **

You can download Version 10 of JMP by going to
www.stat.iastate.edu/resources/software/jmp/.

You should be able to directly download an install JMP from there. Follow the detailed instructions

for installation
for either Windows or Mac. The software will work until June 30, 2013.

** Course handouts: **

- goals and objectives
- syllabus
- References
- Project quidelines

Paper helicopter template

Example project writeup from Spring 1997 - Control Chart Construction
- Nelson's Alarm Rules
- Process Capability Formulas
- Display and Summary of Data
- Two Independent Samples
- Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
- Simple Linear Regression
- Standard Normal Table

- Lecture 20: Week of April 1

Injection Molding Experiment

JMP Data table for Injection Molding Experiment

JMP Output for Injection Molding Experiment - Lectures 21 and 22: week of April 8

Copper Plate Warping Experiment

JMP Output for Warping of Copper Plates

Tire Tread Experiment

JMP Analysis of Tire Tread Data

- Lectures 23 and 24: Week of April 15

Chemical Product Nested Design

JMP Analysis of Chemical Product Nested Design Data

Chemical Product: Process Monitoring

Chemical Product Experimentation

JMP Analysis of Chemical Product Experimentats

- Lectures 25 and 26: Week fo April 22

Deep Groove Ball Bearings

Deep Groove Ball Bearings, Estimated Survival Function

Censored Data: Bearing Example

JMP Survival/Reliability Analysis

- Lecture 27 and 28: Week of April 29

Censored Data: Airplane Components

JMP Analysis of Airplane Component Data

**Material for the second exam: Week of April 1** - Lecture 11: Week of February 18

Strength of Weld Experiment

JMP Data Table

Welding Experiment: Plots - Lectures 12 and 13: Week of February 25

Welding Experiment: Estimation

Welding Experiment: Predictions

Welding Experiment: Residuals - Lectures 14 and 15: Week of March 4

Foam Molding Process

Foam Molding Experiment

JMP Output for Foam Molding Data

Process Development Study

Yates Algorithm

Steps for constructing a Normal Probability Plot

Process Development Study Normal Probability Plot of Effects

JMP Output for Process Development Study Data - Lectures 16 and 17: Week of March 11

Alternative Estimates of Error Variability

Cube Plot

JMP Output for Photolithography Experiment

Surface Finish: Randomized Complete Block

JMP Output for Surface Finish Data

- Lectures 18 and 19: Week of March 25

Factorial and Fractional Factorial Experiments

Formulas for Exam 2

**Material for the first exam: Week of February 18** - Lectures 1 and 2: Week of January 14

Stability and capability of a wire coating process - Lectures 3 and 4: Week of January 21

Accounts Payable Process

White Millbase Process

Paper Helicopter - Lectures 5 and 6: Week of January 28

Sample size tables

Comparative Experiment - Alloy Hardness

One Factor Experiment - Reaction Rate

- Lectures 7 and 8: Week of February 4

Simple linear regression for reaction rate.

Simple linear regression graphs.

Orthogonal Polynomials

Polynomial regression for reaction rate. - Lectures 9 and 10: Week of February 11

Formula Sheet for Exam 1

** Material for the final exam: Week of May 6**

- Formula Sheet for Exam 1
- Sample Exam 1 - Spring 2009

Call Pickup Time - Exam 1 Results
- Formula Sheet for Exam 2
- Sample Exam 2 - Spring 2009
- Exam 2 Results
- Formula Sheet for Final Exam
- Sample Final Exam - Spring 2009
- Final Exam Results

- Homework 1 Due Friday, February 1

JMP data table 235Luminance.JMP

JMP data table 145Luminance.JMP

You may be able to open the JMP data files by clicking on the links above. If this does not work, right click on link

and "Save Target As" or "Save Link As" to your computer. You can now go to JMP and Open Data Table and choose this file.

- Homework 2 Due Friday, February 8
- Homework 3 Due Friday, February 15
- Homework 4 Due Friday, March 8
- Homework 5 Due Friday, March 15

Data for Distillation Experiment - Homework 6 Due Friday, March 29

Data for Drilling Experiment - Homework 7 Due Friday, April 19

- Homework 8 Due Friday, May 3

Homework solutions are available on Blackboard or it will be emailed to you.