Statistical Control of the Technological Process Stability to Manufacturing Cylindrical Parts into High Series

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Viorel-Mihai Nani (2016). Statistical Control of the Technological Process Stability to Manufacturing Cylindrical Parts into High Series. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 7, pp. 97-110, doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.33528.65284

Authors: Viorel-Mihai Nani

ABSTRACT. This paper presents a calculation algorithm for verifying on-line of the manufacturing process stability in large and mass series of some cylindrical parts from axes type. Through experimental investigations, we conducted a statistical control on a sample parts batch to determine the machining accuracy of some checking turret lathes.

In the first phase, we performed a statistical analysis of the technological process preceding the manufacture of cylindrical parts in large and mass series. For checking the normality assumption of the deviations for parts machined, we established the main statistical parameters as being arithmetic mean and standard deviation. With these parameters, I could calculate the fraction of probable defective parts.

In the second phase, we determined the control limits for the arithmetic mean and standard deviation. With these parameters I could pursue in chronological order the actual achievement of the workpiece size. In this way, I could check the technological process stability on-line for well-defined period’s time, between two successive adjustments of the machine-tools.

Keywords: statistical control limits, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, fraction of probable defective parts, technological process stability

DOI 10.13140/RG.2.2.33528.65284

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