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Multivariate Process Capability, Process Validation and Risk Analytics Based on Product Characteristic Sets: Case Study Piston Rod

  • Stefan Bracke
  • Bianca Backes
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 637)

Abstract

Manufacturing processes of technically complex products require highly standardised methods to fulfil technical and customer specifications. To accomplish the demanded specifications, various methods, which can be applied at different phases of the product life cycle, have been developed. One of these methods, within the manufacturing phase, is the process capability index (PCI). The determination of the PCI allows the visualisation of risk with one indicator and failure probability with regard to a manufacturing process. State-of-the-art is the univariate calculation of the PCI based on the analysis of one product characteristic. This paper outlines different approaches for the determination of multidimensional process capability indices (MPCI) based on a product characteristic set including symmetric and asymmetric product characteristic distribution models. The goal of the explained methods is the analysis of risks, the determination of risk indicator MPCI and failure probabilities with regard to complex manufacturing processes.

Keywords

Multivariate manufacturing analysis Failure probabilities Process capability index Statistical process control Crankshaft Piston rod Cp/Cpk 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Chair of Reliability Engineering and Risk AnalyticsUniversity of WuppertalWuppertalGermany

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