ANSI ASQ Z1 9 2008 PDF

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LUthen the lot does not meet the acceptability criterion. It follows that there is a possibility,thoughnot a certainty,that the lot is acceptable. It is indexed in terms of the acceptance quality limit AQL. The values of the percent of lots expected to be accepted are valid only when measurements areselected at random from a normal distribution. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time. The master samplingL is the lower speci cation limit,—tables for plans based on variability unknown for a singleXis the sample mean,andspeci cation limit when using the standard deviations is the estimate of lot standard deviation.


Subscription pricing is determined by: Section A describes general procedures of the sampling plans. Already Subscribed to this document. Available in hard cover exclusively from the Quality Press bookstore! Understanding and improving the CAPA system as a whole is the focal point of this book, the only of its kind dealing exclusively with this critical system within highly regulated industries. T denotes plan used exclusively on tightened inspection and provides sym-bol for identi cation of appropriate OC curve.

A mixed variables and attributesisused,andinSectionDifvariabilityisknown. System of sequential sampling plans indexed by acceptance quality limit AQL for lot-by-lot inspection.


Single Speci cation Limit Form 2. In computing R,the order of theC2.


The following steps summarize the procedures to befollowed: No operating characteristic curvestionmethodsamplingplans,andtheacceptabilitycriteri-are provided for the mixed variables-attributes samplingonofForm2 forthesinglespeci cationlimitcase plans herein and those in Table A-3 are not applicable.

Use first sampling plan below arrow; that is, both sample size as well as k value. Suppose the yield points of the sample specimens are: The average range of the sample,if it is less than the MAR,helps to insure,but does not guarantee,lot acceptability.

The de nitions and termi-made of a previous sample from the lot,before a decisionnology employed in this standard are in accordwithas to acceptability or rejectability of a lot can be made. LLower speci cation limit.

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Saq sampling planpercent nonconforming por pwith the maximum allow-ULconsists of a sample size and an associated maximumable percent nonconforming M. To determine whether thelot meets the acceptability criterion with respect to a par-C3. Count as a nonconformingtion is in effect,normal inspection shall be instituted whenunit each sample item falling outside of speci cation ve consecutive lots or batches have been consideredlimit s. U is the upper speci cation limit,C2.

The percentage of nonconforming product isteristic for each unit of the sample. The lot complies with the appropriate vari-on normal inspection and none has been ables acceptability criterion of Section B,C,or D.

Table D-3 isson,the following procedure is recommended: The concept of AQLonly applies when an x1 sampling scheme withA5. The MSD serves as a guidefor the maximum allowable magnitude of the estimate of lot standard deviation when using plans for the double speci ca-tion limit case, based on the standard deviation. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, including an electronic retrieval system, without the prior written permissionof ASQ.


There is a corresponding acceptability constant in Table B-1 for each value of F. U70,Lower Speci cation Limit: ULteristic on each unit of the sample. For reduced inspection, nd theacceptability constant of Table C-2 in Table C-1 and use the corresponding value of f.

Table D-1 isentered from the top for normal inspection and from theD1. Ris the averageshown in the column of the master table corresponding toof the individual subgroup ranges. Guidelines for auditing management systems.

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The acceptability of a lotvidual measurements to be normal in shape. Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit AQL for lot-by-lot inspection. The quality technician is a person responsible for understanding and utilizing assq concepts and tools, statistical techniques, metrology and calibration procedures and protocols, inspection and test techniques, quality auditing, and preventive a The reader will find the widely used seven basic quality control tools for example, fishbone diagram, and Pareto chart as well as the newer management and planning tools.

A combination of samplingASQ A The lot complies with the acceptability cri-b. It is applicable only when the normality of the measurements is assured. The lot size may differ from the quanti-A7. Table B-3 is used for normal and tight-ened inspection and Table B-4 for reduced inspection.