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FIGURE 9.28
Selection of “Simplex lattice”.
FIGURE 9.29
Entry of “Degree of lattice”.
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Select “Temperature” for “Responses” and click on “Terms”. This opens the
dialog box shown in Figure9.38. Choose “Quadratic” for “Include component
terms for model” and choose the “Selected Terms” as shown in Figure9.38.
Click on “OK” and it takes you back to the dialog box shown in Figure9.37.
Click on “OK” and the output shown in Figure9.39 is the result. Notice that
all the P-values in Figure9.39 are less than 0.05, and hence this model in
Figure9.39 can be considered now for optimization. For optimization of tem-
perature, select “Response Optimizer” as shown in Figure 9.40. Doing so
opens the dialog box shown in Figure9.41. Move the “Temperature” column
from “Available” to “Selected, as shown in Figure9.42. Click on “Setup” and
FIGURE 9.30
Entry of lower and upper bounds for components of fuel Zeo.
FIGURE 9.31
Unchecking “Randomize runs” box for fuel Zeo.
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FIGURE 9.32
Partial mixture design for fuel Zeo.
FIGURE 9.33
Options for “Simplex Design Plot” for fuel Zeo.
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20
60
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60
20
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Simplex Design Plot in Amounts
FIGURE 9.34
“Simplex Design Plot” for fuel Zeo.
FIGURE 9.35
Mixture design for fuel Zeo.
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FIGURE 9.36
Selection of “Analyze Mixture Design” for fuel Zeo.
FIGURE 9.37
Selection of “Temperature” column for “Responses”.

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