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Quality Control and Total Quality Management

Published by Tata McGraw-Hill Education on 05/01/2001
Book details: 379 pages.

Statistical Method from the Viewpoint of Quality Control

Important text offers lucid explanation of how to regulate variables and maintain control over statistics in order to achieve quality control over manufactured products, crops and data. First inexpensive paperback edition.
Published by Courier Corporation on 07/31/2012
Book details: 176 pages.

Statistical Quality Control Methods

Published by CRC Press on 02/01/1976
Book details: 532 pages.

Zero Quality Control

A combination of source inspection and mistake-proofing devices is the only method to get you to zero defects. Shigeo Shingo shows you how this proven system for reducing errors turns out the highest quality products in the shortest period of time. Shingo provides 112 specific examples of poka-yoke development devices on the shop floor, most of them costing less than $100 to implement. He also discusses inspection systems, quality control circles, and the function of management with regard to inspection.
Published by Productivity Press on 04/01/1986
Book details: 303 pages.

Quality Control for Profit

Published by CRC Press on 05/22/1992
Book details: 592 pages.

Statistical Quality Control

While many books on quality espouse the Taguchi loss function, they do not examine its impact on statistical quality control (SQC). But using the Taguchi loss function sheds new light on questions relating to SQC and calls for some changes. This book covers SQC in a way that conforms with the need to minimize loss. Subjects often not covered elsewhere include: (i) measurements, (ii) determining how many points to sample to obtain reliable control charts (for which purpose a new graphic tool, diffidence charts, is introduced), (iii) the connection between process capability and tolerances, (iv) how to adapt Deming's kp rule to quadratic loss, (v) how to adjust without tampering. We also discuss the efficiency of various statistics and how control chart constants are derived.
Author: Dan Trietsch
Published by World Scientific on 03/19/1999
Book details: 385 pages.

Quality Assurance for the Chemical and Process Industries

By approaching quality practices from a process industry viewpoint, Quality Assurance for the Chemical and Process Industries, has been a favorite guide for process engineers, quality professionals, manufacturing managers, as well as any customers of the chemical and process industries. This second edition has been updated to be consistent with the 1994 ANSI/ISO/ASQC Q9000 revisions and other easy-to-read developments in quality practice since its original release. Also new to this edition is information on customer service and product performance, technician training, and packaged material distributor requirements. Process improvement techniques, auditing customs, and record retention help make this an outstanding resource for anyone working with, or interested in, this technically challenging environment.
Published by ASQ Quality Press on 01/01/1999
Book details: 74 pages.

Quality Control for Dummies

So you’ve been asked to lead a quality control initiative? Or maybe you’ve been assigned to a quality team. Perhaps you’re a CEO whose main concern is to make your company faster, more efficient, and less expensive. Whatever your role is, quality control is a critical concept in every industry and profession. Quality Control For Dummies is the straightforward, easy guide to improving your company’s quality. It covers all of today’s available options and provides expert techniques for introducing quality methods to your company, collecting data, designing quality processes, and more. This hands-on guide gives you all the tools you’ll ever need to enhance your company’s quality, including: Understanding the importance of quality standards Putting fundamental quality control methods to use Listening to your customer about quality issues Whipping quality control into shape with Lean Working with value stream mapping Focusing on the 5S method Supplement a process with Kanban Fixing tough problems with Six Sigma Using QFD to win customers over Improving you company with TOC This invaluable reference is written from an unbiased viewpoint, giving you all the facts about each theory with no fuzzy coverings. It also includes steps for incorporating quality into a new product and Web sites packed with quality control tips and techniques. With Quality Control For Dummies, you’ll be able to speed up production, eliminate waste, and save money!
Published by John Wiley & Sons on 02/25/2011
Book details: 384 pages.

Quality Control Applications

Quality control is a constant priority in electrical, mechanical, aeronautical, and nuclear engineering – as well as in the vast domain of electronics, from home appliances to computers and telecommunications. Quality Control Applications provides guidance and valuable insight into quality control policies; their methods, their implementation, constant observation and associated technical audits. What has previously been a mostly mathematical topic is translated here for engineers concerned with the practical implementation of quality control. Once the fundamentals of quality control are established, Quality Control Applications goes on to develop this knowledge and explain how to apply it in the most effective way. Techniques are described and supported using relevant, real-life, case studies to provide detail and clarity for those without a mathematical background. Among the many practical examples, two case studies dramatize the importance of quality assurance: A shot-by-shot analysis of the errors made in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster; and the engineering failure with new technology due to the absence of quality control in an alternative energy project. This clear and comprehensive approach makes Quality Control Applications an essential reference for those studying engineering as well industry professionals involved in quality control across product and system design.
Published by Springer Science & Business Media on 08/16/2012
Book details: 332 pages.

Quality Assurance

This essential guide has now been fully revised and expanded to take into account the revision of ISO 9001 in 1994. The second edition also addresses the increasing demands, requirements and controls of information transfer, an activity which today is having a great impact on the success of engineering projects. The ISO 9000 series of standards is a formalized quality assurance management system designed to ensure that quality is built into every stage of the activity in hand. Wider application of the same principles across every aspect of a company's activities leads to Total Quality Management. The guidance given is intended to help contracting and operating companies in the chemical process industries, as well as those in the food, drink, pharmaceutical and building industries, as they strive for greater quality and to comply with ever-stricter legislation on safety and the environment.
Published by IChemE on 03/19/1996
Book details: 71 pages.
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