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Design of experiments (DoE): Optimizing products and processes efficiently Wilhelm Kleppmann

By: Kleppmann, Wilhelm
Subject(s): Diseño de experimentos | Diseño de procesos | Diseño | Procesos In: Chemical engineering Vol.121, No.11, 2014: páginas 50-57Abstract: Experiments are done to quantify cause-and-effect relationships between adjustable parameters (inputs, factors, x) and the results (outputs, responses, y). They help to answer questions like: How do the ingredients and proportions of a mixture (inputs) influence its properties (outputs)? How do process parameters like temperature and stir-rate (inputs) influence the yield of a reaction and the purity of the end product (outputs)? Which settings offer the best compromise between conflicting aims, such as yield and purity? What range of inputs is permissible without causing out-of-specification outputs?Which settings offer the best compromise between conflicting aims, such as yield and purity? What range of inputs is permissible without causing out-of-specification outputs? learn how DoE can help save time and money in process design and optimization with this primer.
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Holdings: Chemical engineering Vol.121, No.11, 2014: páginas 50-57

Experiments are done to quantify cause-and-effect relationships between adjustable parameters (inputs, factors, x) and the results (outputs, responses, y). They help to answer questions like: How do the ingredients and proportions of a mixture (inputs) influence its properties (outputs)? How do process parameters like temperature and stir-rate (inputs) influence the yield of a reaction and the purity of the end product (outputs)? Which settings offer the best compromise between conflicting aims, such as yield and purity? What range of inputs is permissible without causing out-of-specification outputs?Which settings offer the best compromise between conflicting aims, such as yield and purity? What range of inputs is permissible without causing out-of-specification outputs? learn how DoE can help save time and money in process design and optimization with this primer.

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