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Taguchi Methods: Benefits, Impacts, Mathematics, Statistics and Applications

By
Teruo Mori, PhD
Teruo Mori, PhD
PE
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Shih-Chung Tsai, PhD
Shih-Chung Tsai, PhD
CQE
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ISBN:
9780791859698
No. of Pages:
1060
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2011

The output response of a system may vary within a certain range or be fixed at a constant value. Some examples of varying output responses are the steering wheel angle on an automobile, engine RPM (Revolutions per minute), or automotive brakes; all of these output responses vary within certain working ranges. Examples of fixed output responses are 7200 RPM for a CD (compact disc) motor, 20 watts for the power input of a fluorescent lamp, 1.5 volts for a battery cell, 100 volts for an AC power supply, and thickness of a newspaper. Table 13.1 lists examples of the two types of output responses.

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