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RSM Simplified : Optimizing Processes Using Response Surface Methods for Design of Experiments, 2nd Edition

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Title: RSM Simplified : Optimizing Processes Using Response Surface Methods for Design of Experiments, 2nd Edition
Author: Mark J. Anderson, Patrick J. Whitcomb
ISBN: 1498745989 / 9781498745987
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 297
Publisher: Productivity Press
Year: 2017
Availability: In Stock
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Anderson and Whitcomb pick up where they left off in DOE Simplified with RSM Simplified -- a practical tool for design of experiments that anyone with a minimum of technical training can understand and appreciate. Their approach is simple and fun for those who desire knowledge on response surface methods but are put off by the academic nature of other books on the topic.

RSM Simplified keeps formulas to a minimum and makes liberal use of figures, charts, graphs, and checklists. It offers many relevant examples with amusing sidebars and do-it-yourself exercises that will lead readers to the peak potential for their product quality and process efficiency.

What’s new in this edition:

  • A major revision of the software that accompanies this book (via download from the Internet) sets the stage for introducing RSM designs where the randomization of one or more hard-to-change (HTC) factors can be restricted.
  • A new chapter titled "Practical Aspects for RSM Success," which details workaround to using power to "right-size" designs that makes use of a tool called "fraction of design space" (FDS).
  • Methods to confirm your RSM models that will verify a successful process-optimization experiment.


Chapter 1 : Introduction to the Beauty of Response Surface Methods
Chapter 2 : Lessons to Learn from Happenstance Regression
Chapter 3 : Factorials to Set the Stage for More Glamorous RSM Designs
Chapter 4 : Central Composite Design : Stars Added-RSM Show Begins
Chapter 5 : Three-Level Designs
Chapter 6 : Finding Your Sweet Spot for Multiple Responses
Chapter 7 : Computer-Generated Optimal Designs
Chapter 8 : Everything You Should Know About CCDs (But Dare Not Ask!)
Chapter 9 : RSM for Six Sigma
Chapter 10 : Other Applications for RSM
Chapter 11 : Applying RSM to Mixtures
Chapter 12 : Practical Aspects  for RSM Success

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