This course is specifically designed to meet the analytical needs of those individuals working within FDA regulated industries. Robust optimization and tolerance design presents the methods and practices associated with designing and optimizing products and processes. Tolerance design methods to protect product quality and clinical benefits are discussed. The course requires 16 hours of instruction.
This course is required for all scientists, engineers and quality professionals who actively work on all aspects of discovery, product and ROTD.
ESDA and DOE are recommended prerequisites.
System, parameter and tolerance design
Tolerance design methods
Eight robust design principles
Strategies to minimize experimental size
Adding covariate and uncontrolled factors
Special topics for custom designs (optional)
Setting constraints in the design
Tighten the tolerance of X
Design to the flats
Use interactions to tune out sensitivities
Use parameter combinations
Tolerance design procedure
Tolerance stack up analysis