Training Experimental design

Carry out tests as part of the design and improvement of products or industrial processes. Reduce the number of tests with the right DOE
Experimental design
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Duration 20 Hours

250 excl. tax / person

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How to construct an experimental design

The Experience Plan training course is lively and interactive. The resources provided will enable you to master the subject perfectly.

Programme

Complete plans (3 hours)

  • Understanding the benefits of experimental design versus the traditional approach
  • Know how to interpret the results of a design of experiments
  • Constructing a complete plan

Fractional 2k (3 hours)

  • Understanding the conditions for making a fractional plan
  • Understanding the risks associated with a fractional plan
  • Choosing the right plan for the right strategy
  • Managing the risks of fractional designs on interactions
  • Minimising the number of trials

Fractional over 2 levels (3 hours)

  • To know the conditions for constructing a plan with more than 2 levels
  • Be able to construct a fractional plane under these conditions
  • Introduction to D-optimality

Response surface (3 hours)

  • The importance of response surface plans
  • The different response surface planes
  • Using a centred composite plane

Optimising several Ys - desirability (3 hours)

  • Understanding the principle of desirability
  • Optimising several responses at the same time

Mixing plans (3 hours)

  • Understanding the difference between a blend plan and a factorial plan
  • Know how to construct mixing plans with 2 to 4 components with conditions on the minimum and/or maximum proportions of each component
  • Know how to analyse mixing plans to find the best configuration
  • Be able to construct a mixing plane using D-optimal point selection
  • Know how to mix a mixing plan with a factorial plan on process factors

Objectives

  • Building an experimental plan
  • Analysing test results
  • Modelling a process
  • Criticising a model

For whom

This e-learning course on experimental design is designed for employees, particularly engineers, supervisors and technicians, who have to carry out tests as part of the design and improvement of products or industrial processes.

Prerequisites

  • Basic use of the Internet and a web browser.
  • Level 4 diploma and/or 2 years' initial professional experience.

Duration

20 hours of animated 100% e-Learning, with certification practice quizzes and theoretical points covered on industrial simulators. The e-Learning course is available 24/7 for 2 months.

Access times

Entries for this e-Learning course are permanent. So you can start the course at any time!

Accessibility

This training course is accessible to people with disabilities. Please contact us for details of special arrangements. We will do our utmost to accommodate you.

How to construct an experimental design

The Experience Plan training course is lively and interactive. The resources provided will enable you to master the subject perfectly.
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