West Allis Industries Control Chart Development Example 6.1 0.5027 – 0.5009 = 0.0018 Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 © 2007 Pearson Education Sample 2 3 0.5022 0.5009 0.5041 0.5024 0.5026 0.5035 0.5034 0.5024 0.5056 0.5034 4 0.5027 0.5020 0.5023 0.5015 0.5039 R 0.0018 _ x 0.5018 (0.5014 + 0.5022 + 0.5009 + 0.5027)/4 = 0.5018
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Control Charts for Variables Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 Sample 2 3 4 Range Mean 0.5022 0.5009 0.5027 0.0018 0.5018 0.5041 0.5032 0.5020 0.5026 0.5035 0.5023 0.5027 - 0.5009 = 0.0018 0.5034 0.5024 0.5015 (0.5014 0.5056 0.5034+ 0.5022 0.5039 + 0.5009 + 0.5027)/4 = 0.5018
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Control Charts for Variables Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 Sample 2 3 4 Range Mean 0.5022 0.5009 0.5027 0.0018 0.5018 0.5041 0.5032 0.5020 0.5026 0.5035 0.5023 0.5027 - 0.5009 = 0.0018 0.5034 0.5024 0.5015 (0.5014 0.5056 0.5034+ 0.5022 0.5039 + 0.5009 + 0.5027)/4 = 0.5018
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West Allis Industries Completed Control Chart Data Example 6.1 Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 © 2007 Pearson Education Sample 2 3 0.5022 0.5009 0.5041 0.5024 0.5026 0.5035 0.5034 0.5024 0.5056 0.5034 4 0.5027 0.5020 0.5023 0.5015 0.5047 R= R 0.0018 0.0021 0.0017 0.0026 0.0022 0.0021 x= = _ x 0.5018 0.5027 0.5026 0.5020 0.5045 0.5027
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Control Charts for Variables Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 Sample 2 3 0.5022 0.5009 0.5041 0.5032 0.5026 0.5035 0.5034 0.5024 0.5056 0.5034 4 0.5027 0.5020 0.5023 0.5015 0.5039 R= Range 0.0018 0.0021 0.0017 0.0026 0.0022 0.0020 x= Mean 0.5018 0.5029 0.5026 0.5020 0.5043 0.5025
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Control Charts for Variables Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 Sample 2 3 4 0.5022 0.5009 0.5027 0.5041 0.5032 0.5020 0.5026 0.5035 0.5023 0.5027 - 0.5009 0.5034 0.5024 0.5015 0.5056 0.5034 0.5039 Range 0.0018 Mean = 0.0018
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Control Charts for Variables Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 Sample 2 3 4 0.5022 0.5009 0.5027 0.5041 0.5032 0.5020 0.5026 0.5035 0.5023 0.5027 - 0.5009 0.5034 0.5024 0.5015 0.5056 0.5034 0.5039 Range Mean = 0.0018
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Control Charts for Variables Special Metal Screw Sample Number 1 2 3 4 5 1 0.5014 0.5021 0.5018 0.5008 0.5041 Sample 2 3 0.5022 0.5009 0.5041 0.5032 0.5026 0.5035 0.5034 0.5024 0.5056 0.5034 4 0.5027 0.5020 0.5023 0.5015 0.5039 Range Mean
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West Allis Industries x-chart Control Chart Factor Example 6.1 Factor Size of for Sample Charts (n) Factor for UCL Factor for and LCL for LCL for x-Charts R-Charts (A2) (D3) 2 1.880 0 3.267 3 1.023 0 R = 0.0021 A2 = 0.729 =x = 0.5027 2.575 0.729+ 0.729 (0.0021) 0= 0.5042 in. UCLx4= x= + A2R = 0.5027 2.282 = LCLx 5= x - A2R = 0.5027 0.577– 0.729 (0.0021) =0 0.5012 in. © 2007 Pearson Education 2.115 UCL R(D4)
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West Allis Industries Example 6.1 West Allis is concerned about their production of a special metal screw used by their largest customers. The diameter of the screw is critical. Data from five samples is shown in the table below. Sample size is 4. Is the process in statistical control? © 2007 Pearson Education
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First, we calculate the following: Bt(1 + i)k = B0(1 + 0.035)2/3 = (4908.17)(1.035)2/3 = $5021.86 Bt(1 + ki) = B0(1 + (2/3)0.035) = $5022.52 2/3 (1.035)  1 = $99.43 150 (1 + i)  1  Fr  = 0.035 i kFr = (2/3)(150) = $100.00 k Flat Price B0f + 2/3 Accrued Coupon Fr2/3 Market Price B0m+ 2/3 Theoretical Method $5021.86 $99.43 $4922.43 Practical Method $5022.52 $100.00 $4922.52 Semi-theoretical Method $5021.86 $100.00 $4921.86
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Example • Assume that you place a ruler parallel to a screw and count 10 threads in a distance of one inch. The pitch of the screw would be 1/10. • Since there are 10 threads per inch of screw, the distance between two adjacent screw threads is 1/10 of an inch. Also, remember that one complete revolution of a screw will move the screw into an object a distance equal to the pitch of the screw. Therefore, one complete revolution will move a screw with 1/10 pitch a distance of 1/10 of an inch into an object.
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Linear Motion - Screw  Screw actuator is a type of mechanical linear actuator that converts rotary motion into linear motion.  Different type of screw actuators are lead screw, screwjack, ball screw and roller screw.  Screw actuator can be mechanical (manual) or electro-mechanical (motor driven). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li near_actuator#Linear_motors http://www.concisemotion.com/Flexline/Flex1-EZ.htm 11
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MORE CHARTS TYPES Stacked Column Chart 100% Stacked Column Chart 3-D Column Chart Bar Chart Line Chart Area Chart X Y (Scatter) Chart Stock Chart Surface Chart Doughnut Chart Bubble Chart Radar Chart 8
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XP Modify 3-D chart options • A 3-D chart has several options for modifying the 3-D effect. – Perspective is the illusion that parts of the 3-D chart that are farther away from you decrease in size – Elevation is the illusion that you are looking at the 3-D chart from some particular height—either above or below the chart – You may also rotate the 3-D chart to bring different parts of the chart to the forefront • • • Elevation and rotation are options that you can change with the 3-D View dialog box, available from the Chart menu. Excel creates each 3-D chart with a default elevation, rotation and height. To change the appearance of a 3-D chart once you have created one, make sure it is an active chart then click Chart on the menu bar and then click 3-D View. ‫ﴀ‬New Perspectives on Microsoft Office 2003, Premium Edition Excel Tutorial 4 27
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Summary of Findings in Comparison with no TF Case HTF  Construct stability: – – no improvement in FLX/EXT Significant improvement in LB and AR  Stress – in the screws: No increase in FLX/EXT DTF  Construct stability: – –  Stress – – – 28% increase in LB – – 58% decrease in AR Significant improvement in FLX/EXT no improvement in LB and AR in the screws: 12% in left screw & 11% in right screw in FLX/EXT 44% in left screw & 7% in right screw in LB 8% in left screw & 18% in right screw in AR
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Samples for the Proteomics Experiment Tissue 1 2 3 4 Treatment Group 1. Before Senescence A 2. After Senescence B 1. Before Senescence C 2. After Senescence D 1. Before Senescence E 2. After Senescence F 1. Before Senescence G 2. After Senescence H Switchgrass Clone # 5 (Early Senescence) Switchgrass Clone # 4 (Late Senescence) Prairie Cordgrass-ND (Early Senescence) Prairie Cordgrass-SD (Late Senescence) Sample# Sample# 1 Sample# 2 Sample# 3 Sample# 4 Sample# 5 Sample# 6 Sample# 7 Sample# 8 Sample# 9 Sample# 10 Sample# 11 Sample# 12 Sample# 13 Sample# 14 Sample# 15 Sample# 16 Sample# 17 Sample# 18 Sample# 19 Sample# 20 Sample# 21 Sample# 22 Sample# 23 Sample# 24
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