Two-location gauge evaluation

Morchower, Neal D.
April 1999
Quality Progress;Apr99, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p79
Academic Journal
Describes a method for solving problems in testing equipment performance, using the testing of small automotive motors as an example. Testing of a motor's revolution per minute; Comparison of motor performance; Potential reasons for tester disparity; Separation of sequence effects from location effect.


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