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ASTM International - ASTM E2709-10

Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with a Lot Acceptance Procedure

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 May 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 10
ICS Code (Application of statistical methods): 03.120.30
significance And Use:

Lot acceptance procedures are used in industry for inspecting quality characteristics of raw materials, in-process product, and finished product. These procedures, together with process controls,... View More

scope:

1.1 This practice provides a general methodology for evaluating single-stage or multiple-stage lot acceptance procedures which involve a quality characteristic measured on a numerical scale. This methodology computes, at a prescribed confidence level, a lower bound on the probability of passing a lot acceptance procedure, using estimates of the parameters of the distribution of test results from the lot.

1.2 For a prescribed lower probability bound, the methodology can also generate an acceptance limit table, which defines a set of test method outcomes (for example, sample averages and standard deviations) that would pass the multiple-stage procedure at a prescribed confidence level.

1.3 This approach may be used for demonstrating compliance with in-process, validation, or lot-release specifications.

1.4 The system of units for this practice is not specified.

1.5 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

Document History

April 1, 2019
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with an Acceptance Procedure
4.1 This practice considers inspection procedures that may involve multiple-stage sampling, where at each stage one can decide to accept or to continue sampling, and the decision to reject is...
October 1, 2014
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with an Acceptance Procedure
4.1 This practice considers inspection procedures that may involve multiple-stage sampling, where at each stage one can decide to accept or to continue sampling, and the decision to reject is...
October 1, 2014
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with an Acceptance Procedure
4.1 This practice considers inspection procedures that may involve multiple-stage sampling, where at each stage one can decide to accept or to continue sampling, and the decision to reject is...
November 1, 2012
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with an Acceptance Procedure
4.1 This practice considers inspection procedures that may involve multiple-stage sampling, where at each stage one can decide to accept or to continue sampling, and the decision to reject is...
November 15, 2011
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with an Acceptance Procedure
This practice considers inspection procedures that may involve multiple-stage sampling, where at each stage one can decide to accept or to continue sampling, and the decision to reject is deferred...
ASTM E2709-10
May 1, 2010
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with a Lot Acceptance Procedure
Lot acceptance procedures are used in industry for inspecting quality characteristics of raw materials, in-process product, and finished product. These procedures, together with process controls,...
August 1, 2009
Standard Practice for Demonstrating Capability to Comply with a Lot Acceptance Procedure
Lot acceptance procedures are used in industry for inspecting quality characteristics of raw materials, in-process product, and finished product. These procedures, together with process controls,...
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