In this age of high technology and computer interaction, the tendency for many is to accept all measurement systems results reported as trustworthy. Common sense says that while many of the statistics reported are accurate, there are more than a few instances where trusting the numbers is a mistake. Every number reported should raise many questions. This book was written to help answer those questions in a logical and structured manner, and to help avoid any uncertainty and guarantee accurate results. the 4th book written by the ASQ Chemical and Process Division, Trusting Measurement in the Chemical and Process Industries draws from the collective experience of the divisiones members. the book establishes the need for more effective measurement practices, and then outlines methods for achieving these results.Karen Welch Finaliy, a comprehensive process audit checklist has been developed to be used with ISO/TS 16949:2002! This checklist does what many others do not: it groups the questions by process rather than by standard clauses, thusanbsp;...
|Title||:||Trusting Measurement Results in the Chemical and Process Industries|
|Publisher||:||ASQ Quality Press - 2001-01-01|