Farnum's text takes a state-of-the-art approach to quality management. From the outset, it emphasizes the modern philosophy of continuous quality improvement and quality control. It is written for courses where both modern statistical methods for quality and their implementation into business are covered. In straightforward terms, the book explains the concepts and techniques that are essential to quality control, including cutting-edge topics.SECTION 10.4 Calibration the typical hierarchy of calibrations within a company. ... For example, a thermometer that reads 30AdF when the a#39;truea#39; temperature is 31Ad F is said to make an absolute error of a 1AdF and a relative error of -3.2%. ... The calibration curve is a convenient device for visualizing calibration uncertainties.
|Title||:||Modern Statistical Quality Control and Improvement|
|Author||:||Nicholas R. Farnum|
|Publisher||:||Duxbury Press - 1994|