DESCRIPTION

SDSM&T Catalog Description:

ENGM 720 Statistical Process Control

Credits: 3

This course covers the application of statistical methods to problems in quality and process control. Statistical topics include: basics of processes and variability, statistically controlled processes, variable and attribute control charts, moving averages, and process capability.

Prerequisite: MATH 281 or MATH 381 or permission of instructor.

Learning Objectives:

Students will demonstrate:

 

 

the ability to prepare and interpret Pareto, Cause & Effect, Scatter, Checksheet, Defect Concentration, and Histogram charts and diagrams.

a knowledge of the fundamentals of statistical process control chance and assignable causes, the meaning of statistical control, average run length (ARL), operating characteristic (OC) curve, the principles of rational subgroup formation, and runs tests.

the ability to construct and interpret control charts for variables and attributes from standards or data.

the ability to construct and interpret control charts for individual measurements and short-run SPC from standards or data.

the ability to calculate and interpret process capability ratios (Cp, Cpk, Cpm) and gage repeatability and reproducibility.

an introductory knowledge of acceptance sampling principles and the ability to design, implement, and use acceptance sampling plans and military standards.

an introductory knowledge of the principles, calculations, and interpretation of designed experiments.

 

MEETINGS

Component:

Days:

Times:

Locations:

Lectures

Wednesdays

6:00 9:00 PM

IER 205 (Downtown Campus 520 Kansas City St.)

 

ACCESS

Instructor:

D. H. Jensen

E-mail:

dean.jensen@sdsmt.edu

Office:

308 Industrial Engineering & Research Bldg.

Phone:

605.394.1278

Office Hours:

M, W: 10:00 11:00 AM, or by appointment. E-mail for an appointment outside of office hours.

Website:

http://jensen.sdsmt.edu/ENGM720