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Question Paper Code :

31203

Common to M.E. Computer Aided Design/M.E. Engineering Design/ M.E. Product Design & Development/M.E. Computer Aided Design (Part-Time) First Semester

222101 QUALITY CONCEPTS IN DESIGN (Regulation 2010) Time : Three hours

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Answer ALL questions.

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What is grouping or blocking in design of experiments? What do you understand by Replicates?

What is failure mode and effect analysis? Define Risk Priority Number (RPN).

What do you understand by level significance in statistical tests? What is the significance of Residual t test. What is Quincunx?

What are the information provided by a scatter diagram? Define DMAIC.

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List the key concepts of six sigma. PART B (5 16 = 80 marks)

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What is the difference between the classical and modern methods of experimentation? Explain Design of Experiments with the help of control factors, noise factors and ANOVA.

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Explain in detail the experimental plan, analysis of variance, decomposition of total sum of squares and hypothesis checking in a standard design of experiment.

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PART A (10 2 = 20 marks)

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M.E./M.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, JUNE 2011.

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Maximum : 100 marks

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Describe elaboratively the steps to be followed in FMEA. Or

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Discuss in detail failure, mode effects and critical analysis. Write about failure tree analysis. A battery is to be designed which will be subjected to extreme variations in temperature. The manufacturer decides to check three different battery materials to determine the optimum combination. The life of the battery in hours is taken as the desired parameter. The battery life in hours for the three different materials for different temperatures is given below. (Table 13.1)Two experiments were conducted for each test. Temperature C Material Type 15C 70C 150C 40 70 82 1 130 155 34 2 150 159 136 122 58 45 3 138 110 150 139 96 104 Table 13.1

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(b)

Explain Taguchi analyses with special emphasize on quadratic loss functions, S/N ratio and Average of Results analysis in detail. (i) (ii) Discuss in detail about Histograms and box plots. (8)

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Illustrate with example how pareto analysis is helpful to identify vital few and useful many. (8) Or

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(i) (ii)

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Explain with an example how cause and effect diagram will be helpful in failure analysis. (8) What do you understand by reliability? methods of improving the reliability. Discuss the various (8)

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Discuss in detail the use of six sigma as problem solving tool in project selection. (16) Or

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Write in detail about the use of lean six sigma in service industries.

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Analyze the data and draw conclusions. Find the P values for the tests.

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