Having successfully completed this course in Response Surface Methodology, you will be able to:
- Read contour plots.
- Construct a Box-Behnken Design for generating a response surface.
- Fit a response surface, and generate a contour plot.
- Identify optimal process settings.
- Determine the relative importance of different responses.
- Use the desirability function to place greater emphasis on the process target, or bounds, as appropriate.
- Use a Multiple Response Optimisation experiment to identify the factor settings which simultaneously optimise a number of responses.
- Apply Multiple Response Optimisation to a single response, to simultaneously achieve optimum process mean and minimum process variation.
Course Duration: 1 or 2 units depending on the number of learning outcomes selected (1 unit = 1 half-day)