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Statistical Quality Control, 7th Edition by Douglas C. Montgomery

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16 Other Acceptance-Sampling Techniques

CHAPTER OUTLINE

16.1   ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING BY VARIABLES

16.1.1   Advantages and Disadvantages of Variables Sampling

16.1.2   Types of Sampling Plans Available

16.1.3   Caution in the Use of Variables Sampling

16.2   DESIGNING A VARIABLES SAMPLING PLAN WITH A SPECIFIED OC CURVE

16.3   MIL STD 414 (ANSI/ASQC Z1.9)

16.3.1   General Description of the Standard

16.3.2   Use of the Tables

16.3.3   Discussion of MIL STD 414 and ANSI/ASQC Z1.9

16.4   OTHER VARIABLES SAMPLING PROCEDURES

16.4.1   Sampling by Variables to Give Assurance Regarding the Lot or Process Mean

16.4.2   Sequential Sampling by Variables

16.5   CHAIN SAMPLING

16.6   CONTINUOUS SAMPLING

16.6.1   CSP-1

16.6.2   Other Continuous-Sampling Plans

16.7   SKIP-LOT SAMPLING PLANS

CHAPTER OVERVIEW AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

This chapter summarizes several useful acceptance-sampling techniques, including variables-sampling plans, which can be used as alternatives to attribute plans when measurement data are available. We also briefly discuss chain sampling, continuous sampling, and skip-lot sampling.

After careful study of this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  1. Understand the difference between attributes- and variables-sampling plans
  2. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of variables sampling
  3. Understand the two major types of variables-sampling plans
  4. Know how to design a variables-sampling plan with a specified OC
  5. Understand the structure and use of MIL STD 414 and ...

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