Design of Experiment (DOE)

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This course aims to provide an appreciation and ability relevant to the design, conduct and analysis of designed experiments using Taguchi Method. The Taguchi Method approach to designed experiments allows companies to rapidly and accurately acquire technical information to design and produce low-cost, highly reliable products and processes. Most typical applications of Taguchi Method have centers around improvement of an existing product and improvement of a process for a specific product.

Design of Experiment (DOE) enables you to understand the factors that affect a process and the output of a process.  DOE enables you to recognize the process variables and their interaction to see which factors have the greatest effect on product quality and/or process quality level. 

  • Introduction to Designed Experiments
    - Brief History
    - Basic Principles
    - Steps in Performing an Experiment
  • Background of Taguchi Method
    - Brief History
    - Quality Loss Function
  • Taguchi Approach to Designed Experiments
    - Problem Recognition
    - Plan & Design
    - Experimental Run
    - Analysis & Confirmation


Upon completion of this course, the your expected to:

  • Understand the Taguchi Method for offline quality control.
  • Demonstrate the application of Taguchi Method in designed experiments
  • Utilize the Taguchi Method to analyze and improve a process


This course is designed for engineering, quality, manufacturing personnel who desire to understand and apply the Taguchi approach to designed experiments to drive process and product improvement.

Note: SGS shall provide only generic information and advice which are freely available in public domain.
SGS will not provide company specific advice towards the development and implementation of the management systems for eventual certification, which contravenes the requirements of the IAF Guidance (i.e. provision of consultancy services).

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