Experimental Design

Experimental Design

Duration

24 hours.

Objective

The participant will obtain knowledge, skills and competences to:

  • 1. To know methodology for the development of an experimental design.
  • 2. Prepare, Perform, Control, Interpret and Validate the results.
  • 3. Adjust the process parameters to optimize the results.

Addressed to

Product, Design, Quality and Manufacturing Engineers of the Organization.

Content

  • Objectives of an experiment design.
  • Basic principles of experimental design.
  • Terminology.
  • Stages of an experiment design.
  • Plan for test programs.
  • Collection of basic information available.
  • Design of the test program.
  • Preliminary program design.
  • Design review with all relevant information.
  • Analysis of the data.
  • Interpreting the results.
  • Preparation of the report.
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of DOE
  • Types of Experiment Designs (DOE).
  • Factorial Design: Components (DOE).
  • Levels; Fractional; Complete (general).
  • Effects of components.
  • Mix design.
  • Conclusions. Examples of experimental designs using EXCEL and / or MINITAB.

Education

  • MSc in Quality and Productivity
  • Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)

  • Industrial Engineer
  • Instituto Tecnológico de Reynosa (ITR)

  • Electro Mechanical Technician
  • CECYT 206 Cd. Valles S. L.

  • External Instructor
  • S.T.P.S. Reynosa México, 2010

  • Internal auditor of TL 9000
  • SAI Global, Delaware USA, 2008

  • Green Belt en Lean Sigma
  • MAYTAG, Reynosa México, 2006

  • Kaizen Events Facilitator
  • MAYTAG, Reynosa México, 2005

  • Professor of Industrial Engineering
  • Universidad IIES, Reynosa México, 2001

  • Internal Consultant
  • LGE, Reynosa México, 1999

  • Internal auditor of ISO 9000
  • Perry Johnson Registrars, Miami USA, 1997

Validity

  • Our courses and instructors are registered with the STPS.
  • We deliver Evidence of Labor Skills (DC-3).