Influence of the Interaction Between Parts and Appraisers on the Results of Repeatability and Reproducibility Analysis
The paper deals with the influence of interactions between parts and appraisers on the results of the analysis of repeatability and reproducibility of the measurement system. The appropriate interactions have been created by simulated changes of selected values measured within the framework of real gauge repeatability and reproducibility study and evaluation was performed using average and range method and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Effects of changes type and size on the results of the analysis (%EV – repeatability; %AV – reproducibility; %INT – interaction between operators and parts; %GRR – gauge repeatability and reproducibility; ndc – number of distinct categories) are compared and mechanisms of these effects are analysed.
Volume (Year): 16 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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