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Chapter 1
1.1 Introduction 5
1.2 Definitions of quality 6
1.2.1 Traditional and Taguchi definition of Quality 7
1.3 Taguchi’s quality philosophy 8
1.4 Objective of Taguchi Methods 10
1.5 8-Steps in Taguchi Methodology 10
Chapter 2 (Loss Function)
2.1 Taguchi Loss Function 11
2.2 Variation of Quadratic Loss function 17 Chapter 3 (Analysis of Variation)
3.1 Understanding Variation 19
3.2 What is ANOVA 19
3.2.1 No Way ANOVA 19
3.2. 1.1 Degree of Freedom 20
3.2.2 One Way ANOVA 24
3.2.3 Two Way ANOVA 30
3.3 Example of ANOVA 36
Chapter 4 (Orthogonal Array)
4.1 What is Array 46
4.2 History of Array 46
4.3 Introduction of Orthogonal Array 47
4.3.1 Intersecting many factor- A case study 49
4.3.1.1 Example of Orthogonal Array 50
4.3.2 A Full factorial Experiment 58
4.4 Steps in developing Orthogonal Array 60
4.4.1 Selection of factors and/or interactions to be evaluated 60
4.4.2 Selection of number of levels for the factors 60
4.4.3 Selection of the appropriate OA 62
4.4.4 Assignment of factors and/or interactions to columns 63
4.4.5 Conduct tests 65
4.4.6 Analyze results 66
4.4.7 Confirmation experiment 69
4.5 Example Experimental Procedure
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