RSM (Response Surface Methodology)

Having successfully completed this course in Response Surface Methodology, you will be able to:

  1. Read contour plots.
  2. Construct a Box-Behnken Design for generating a response surface.
  3. Fit a response surface, and generate a contour plot.
  4. Identify optimal process settings.
  5. Determine the relative importance of different responses.
  6. Use the desirability function to place greater emphasis on the process target, or bounds, as appropriate.
  7. Use a Multiple Response Optimisation experiment to identify the factor settings which simultaneously optimise a number of responses.
  8. 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)