In 2001, Huang presented the problem of determining the optimum process mean and standard deviation based on considering the trade-off relationship between the process adjustment cost and the quality loss of product. They considered the normal quality characteristic and adopted the quadratic quality loss function for measuring the product quality. In this paper, we further propose the problem of process optimization and reconsider the modified Huang’s model under the specified process capability index value for determining the optimum process parameters. The symmetric quadratic, asymmetric quadratic, and asymmetric linear quality loss functions will be adopted for evaluating the product quality. Finally, the numerical example and the sensitivity analysis of parameters will be provided for illustration.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 28, 2007
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