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ISO 16336

Applications of statistical and related methods to new technology and product development process - Robust parameter design (RPD)

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 July 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 80
ICS Code (Application of statistical methods): 03.120.30
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This International Standard gives guidelines for applying the optimization method of robust parameter design, also called as parameter design, an effective methodology for optimization based on Taguchi Methods, to achieve robust products.

This International Standard prescribes signal-to-noise ratio (hereafter SN ratio) as a measure of robustness, and the procedures of parameter design to design robust products utilizing this measure. The word "robust" in this International Standard means minimized variability of product's function under various noise conditions, that is, insensitivity of the product's function to the changes in the levels of noises. For robust products, their responses are sensitive to signal and insensitive to noises.

The approach of this International Standard can be applied to any products that are designed and manufactured, including machines, chemical products, electronics, foods, consumer goods, software, new materials, and services. Manufacturing technologies are also regarded as products that are used by manufacturing processes.

Document History

ISO 16336
July 1, 2014
Applications of statistical and related methods to new technology and product development process - Robust parameter design (RPD)
This International Standard gives guidelines for applying the optimization method of robust parameter design, also called as parameter design, an effective methodology for optimization based on...

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