DESIGN OF EXPERIMENT IN INVESTIGATION REGARDING MILLING MACHINERY
Keywords:full factorial design, fractional factorial design, Taguchi method, response surface methodology, milling technology.
AbstractDesign of experiment (DOE) is a systematic method used to determine the relationships between independent factors and dependent variables. This information can be used either to get deep knowledge of the existing problems or to explore new processes. The DOE is important because it can give more details about the processes with the minimum usage of resources, materials and time. In this paper, four methods of design of experiment and their applications in the field of milling machines (full factorial, fractional factorial, Taguchi method and response surface methodology) are argued. The aim of this paper is to give a comprehensive overview and classification of the use of these methods and present the current trends in investigation of milling technology.
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