Zero Acceptance Number Sampling Plans, Fifth Edition ebook
by Nicholas L. Squeglia
Its plans eliminate acceptance on anything but 'zero', as well as dual sampling alternatives. The book offers a well-reasoned, easy to understand statistical approach to sampling which reduces the number of samples required while maintaining high quality standards.
Its plans eliminate acceptance on anything but 'zero', as well as dual sampling alternatives. If your incoming products lend themselves to low risk, you may want to consider the system proposed and tested in this small publication. It's been around for many years, comes with the applicable OC curves, and was recommended to me by another QA user. The plan specified in the book is equivalent to MILSPEC plans, and saves time and money. 7 people found this helpful.
The zero acceptance number plans developed by the author were originally designed and used to provide equal or greater consumer protection with less overall inspection than the corresponding MIL-STD-105-E sampling plans. In 2000, the Department of Defense declared MIL-STD-105-E obsolete and recommended the c 0 plans in this book for use in place of them. In addition to the economic advantages, the plans in this book are also simple to use and administer. Copies printed after 2011 include the most up-to-date sampling plans.
This is a brand new book at a great price. Author Nicholas Squeglia. Publication Year 2008. Publisher ASQ Quality Press. To ensure we are able to help you as best we can, please include your reference number: DOZ1FYJXWS.
Zero Acceptance Number. 5th ed. p. cm. ISBN 978-0-87389-739-6 (alk. paper) 1. Acceptance sampling.
These plans have found wide use in many industries where lot-by-lot attribute sampling exists, regardless of product. Bibliographic information. Zero Acceptance Number Sampling Plans. Nicholas L. Squeglia. ASQC Quality Press, 1994. 0873893050, 9780873893053.
His C 0 plans call for an inspector to withhold a lot if a defect is found. Create a C 0 Plan in Minitab. Insert the AQL. Note, this is not critical and if you desire you can enter in a very small number like . and you will get same result. Insert the associated RQL. Insert . 9 as Alpha.
The zero acceptance number (c 0) sampling plan requires far less inspection than the corresponding ANSI/ASQ .
The zero acceptance number (c 0) sampling plan requires far less inspection than the corresponding ANSI/ASQ Z. (formerly MIL-STD 105) plan, and becomes viable when the supplier is extremely confident in its level of quality.