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The following high tech textile reports are avaible in pdf format and spread sheet files

MEASURES AND GUIDELINES TO IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY IN SPINNING & WEAVING MILLS BY ITRU GROUP LTD- Textile Mill Training Services

This high-tech textile report has been prepared for mainly Spinning and Weaving mills to assist them to increase their productivity. It also covers spread sheet samples of calculation for production, efficiency, work load and time studies .It has a data base which is based upon knowledge base and also intelligent which includes text ,pictures and graphics. It has been prepared through hard work carried out Spinning and weaving mills. It can be used as hand book for guidance of technical management and also and exercise book in electronic format. As an Itru Group Ltd we are also working on new interactive e-books for service of textile industry. We are sure that these e-books would also be useful to students and universities for new teaching methods. According our experience in mill training we have found two important ways of learning these are teaching and team work .It can be clearly said that the best way of learning is to learn together and also teach what you have learnt. So the instructions given in the report must be studied first and then discussed in a meeting, must be taught to others in the team than action plan should be prepared according to the outlines given in the report. We are sure that if the above mentioned items are carried out in any spinning and weaving mills there could be substantial increase in efficiency, productivity and production volumes.

This report has been prepared as a pdf E-book and covers many exercises on spread sheet format. Exercises also could be used as a check list for measuring productivity in actual mill running conditions. Productivity is very important for developing and also developed countries. Except garment manufacturing direct labor costs do not contribute much of the total manufacturing costs . However, manufacturing costs directly depend upon the production volume i.e. productivity . So time studies and the forms and outlines and work plan given in report are guidance to achieve higher productivity in any textile mill.

This E-book covers the high tech textile report arranged with

  • Interactive
  • Spread sheets

1.Introduction
a Productivity Analyses in Spinning
b Productivity in Winding Department
c Productivity in Weaving Department
2 Machine Interference
a. Ancillary Work
3. Time Studies
a. Spinning
4. Time Studies in Weaving
a. Analysis of long term weaver section report
b. Terms related to production calculations
c. Weaver efficiency analysis
5 Comparison between therotically determined weaver efficiency values
a.Correlation of stops per loom hour and mean stop of duration
b. Correlation between weaver efficiency
6 Work load assigment systems
7 Weaving Training
a. Attention Time Stopped Looms
8. Patrolling and Inspection
8 Measures to improve productivity
a. Spinning
b. Weaving
c. Mill Performance Level Analyses for Weaving Mills
d. Knowledge Based Mill Management of Weaving Shed
e. Stoppages and their causes in weaving mills
9 Spinning Project
a. Knowledge Based Quality Management

We have developed this interactive e-book for the service of textile industry and for also to the benefit of education institutions. to assist them to increase their productivity with very low cost compare to high consultancy expenses existing today . We would be very pleased to receive comments from mills when they actually used in mill practice.

The R&D project is intended for increase ring production level. Increasing Production level is provided by optimum quality, minimum costs and increasing productivity. The important factor is machine for determining Ring production levels.

We are sure that an increase in efficiency and production levels will be achieved in any spinning & weaving mills if the instructions given in the report are applied in correct manner and given standard procedures are followed with strict adherence.

Application of Time Studies with Spread Sheet Files.

Time Studies includes work Sheet Examples to control efficiency,productivity , stoppages and work load assignment in spread sheet formats . There are tests should be carried out in mills.

For Spinning :

-Carry out Spinners performance Test
-Carry out Number of spindles allocated per Spinner Test
-Carry out Number of Spindles allocated per Operative in Roving Frame Test
-Carry out Winding Performance Test and Number of Heads per Operative Test
-Carry out Standard Number of Heads Per Operative Test
-Check your entire spinning mill with Itru Standards Monthly Analyses

For Weaving :

- Weaver Performance Test Long Time Weaver Report Analyses
- Work Load & Production Efficiency and Number of Looms Analyses Tests
-Number of looms and Operative and Machine Utilization Tests
-Analyses of Effect of Machine Interference upon Efficiency on your tests values
-Check your standards StopLoom per hour upon PRDN % and number of loom allocated to weaver Table

-Make use of Monthly Control Table to control your weaving Shed with Charts

If you send an e-mail about the progresses or encountered problems then technical support will be given free of charge .

With these spread sheet files Time Studies could be adapted to mill to increase

  • Check your mill performance level
  • Increase your productivity

Read spread sheet files click here

http://itru.net/fabric/itru-time-ver-1-3.imp.pdf

How to Order

1) Simply send an e-mail to info@itru.net writing your delivery information as mentioned above.
2) Send an e-mail to info@itru.net that you have transferred the cost of report to Itru Group Ltd .

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Application of Knowledge Based QCC ver1.1 by Itru Textile Mill Training Service

1.1 Introduction

A very rapid development of science and technology also brings many changes along with it.At this point the mills that implement these changes have much higher chances to compete than others.Today Optimum / Quality / Minimum Manufacturing Cost has become the most important key to success for competitiveness in the international market. Accomplishing this goal with the classic management control systems is no longer possible. Mills who are aware of this fact started the restructuring their process and established Knowledge-Based Mills Control Systems in some ways.

Later years would increase competition in the world of globalization. Therefore, competition at international levels will become sharper. The only key in this competition for textile enterprises to be successful in later years is Optimal Quality with Minimum Manufacturing Cost and zero-defect product.

Knowledge-Based Concept is not just a concept put forward by ITRU. The concept has been initiated for the first time in the United States by Texas University in 1989 as "Knowledge-Based ProblemAnalysis / Problem Solving" , in Germany Denkendorf research institute "Knowledge-based data processing for Quality management in the textile mill requirements and system structure"[1] in 1991 and in 1992 by Itru Group Ltd "Knowledge Based Mill Control Systems" .

The concept of knowledge-based era is a product developed by a mandatory basis. While those who lag behind in this era of the Information Age has no chance to compete in the international market.Therefore, textile enterprises adapt themselves as soon as possible to this new process would attain significant gains

The summary of benefits

  • Permanent decrease in costs as soon as the system has been established
  • An increased level of competition in the international markets
  • Rapid and continuous development of the mills in connection with the permanent system

The number of mills make use of Knowledge-Based Mill Control Systems is increasing every day. Itru as an international textile research, consultancy, training and Management Company set up Knowledge-Based Mill Control Systems in textile mills. After that, further development of these systems in enterprises carried out.

1.2 Table of Contents


1.1 Introduction ...............................................................4
1.2.1 Quality Assurance System Design...........................................4
1.3 .1 Definition of Quality Circle.............................................7
1.4.1 Objectives of Quality Circles.............................................7
1.5.1 Requirements for the Establishment of Quality Circles.....................8
1.6.1 Benefits of Quality Circle Activities.....................................9
1.7 .1 Functional Work Flow Knowledge-Based QCC.................................9
1. 7.2 Establishment of Quality Circles........................................10
1.8.1 Basic Knowledge Based Quality Circle Techniques..........................12
1.8.2 Internal Structure and Functioning of Quality Circles ...................12
1.8.3 Some Common Features of Quality Circles..................................14
1. 9.1 Quality Circle's Success Evaluation with QCC ver 1.1 Software...........15
1.10 Implementation of Quality Circle Watch-points.............................16
1.11 Understanding the Purposes of Quality Circles.............................16
2.Quality Circle Techniques in Relation to Knowledge Based Quality Management .17
2.1.2 Pareto Analysis..........................................................17
2.2 Control Charts and Flow Diagrams...........................................21
2.3 Knowledge Based Problem Analysis Problem Solving Algorithms................24
2.4 Cause-and-Effect or Fishbone Diagram (Ishikawa diagram)....................28
2.5 Brainstorming .............................................................29
2.5.1 Process and Study Tips for Brainstorming.................................29
2.6 Histograms, Cumulative Frequency , Box Plot and Hi-Low Charts .............30
2.7 FTA (Fault Tree Analyses) and DPEA(Defect Probability and Effect Analyses)
in Relation to Flow Chart and Control Plan ....................................33
2.8 Scatter Diagrams ,Spline Charts and Regression Analysis....................34
3-Implementation Knowledge Based QCC in Textile Mills .........................35
4 Application of Knowledge Based QCC ver 1.1 Software..........................36
5- Learning by Teaching to Implement QCC in Textile Mills......................41
6. References .................................................................42
Appendix 1 Deming's 14 Quality Articles and Assignment ........................43
Appendix 2 Quality Circles Milliken Example....................................44
7- Questions and Exercises.....................................................45

1.3 Teaching-Training and Mill Practices

This system bases upon learning by teaching technique.QCC circle leader studies QCC and teach his/her circle.and then the each member does the same for his own circle until all the members are trained. Then the system is adapted in the mill.

The core of the system is Learning Path, which covers
-Reading Chapters
-Understanding examples
-Mill training of employees according to results
-Submitting assignments to course administrator and further reading related documents and prepare Home Works
-Submitting questions and answers to Company QCC. (Quality Control Circles)
-Suggestions new subjects to main course to be included or excluded

1.4 How to Order

"Application of Knowledge Based QCC ver1.1" is available in pdf format.

  1. Send an e-mail to info@itru.net that you have transferred the cost of report to Itru Group Ltd .
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KNOWLEDGE BASED STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL FOR TEXTILE

Introduction

SPC (STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL) is still widely used in Textile industry to analyse mainly off standard running processes. Application of SPC starts from raw material selection to ready made garments. In this training course examples were included from actual mill practice of SPC in spinning, weaving and finishing mills.

What's new in Knowledge Based SPC

Knowledge Based SPC system considers most of the statistical systems as a whole and combines them with all process /material factors not only taking ±3 sigma control charts into consideration . In addition to this there are two new charts 95 % Upper and Lower limits of Coefficient of Variations and 2S bar with whole single values in one line for each group . Intention of SPC is to improve process by minimizing the defects, intention of Knowledge Based SPC integrated to Knowledge Based Quality Management is to minimize cost and optimize quality according to customer requirements.

Application of Knowledge Based SPC for Textiles (E-Book)

"Application of Knowledge Based SPC ver1.1" is available in pdf file format.

SPC is also closely related to Quality/Process Control procedures in spinning, weaving and finishing mills as well as a part of Knowledge Based Quality Management System.

Table of Contents

Part I-I covers from Chapters 1 to 4
Part I-II from Chapters 5 to 6
Part I-III from Chapters 7 to 8
And finally Part II-1 from Chapter 10 to 12

Part I-I

Chapter 1 Introduction to Knowledge Based SPCv ver 1.1
1 Introduction
1-2 Main Items of SPC
1-3- 1 Deriving Number of Tests per group and Total
1-3-2 Sample Selection (Simple Random Sampling and Random Numbers Generating )
1-3-3 CV % , Set Error % and Sampling Relations
1-4 Determination of Off-Standard Process with the aid of 95 % Confidence Limits
1-5 Evaluation of Off-Standard Results

-How to decide number of tests per unit(samples) and total number of samples
-How to find which sample is out of tolerance (off-std)
-How to find the confidence limits of mean
-How to find confidence limits of CV%
-How to analyse variation within sample and variation between samples and how to
evaluate them
-How to make use of Relative Frequency Charts to find the different samples within
one sample

Chapter 2 Process Improvement (Before and After Test)
Chapter 3- Control Charts and General Statistical Terms and definitions
3-1 3 s Control Charts (3 Sigma Control Charts) and Basics of Statistics
3- 2 Confidence Range of Mean with t-table calculations (unknown Population sigma )
3-3 Confidence range of standard deviation and CV%
3.4 Card Sliver Count Control and Control Charts
3-5 Process out of Control

What is 3 s Control Charts (3 Sigma Control Charts) and how can be used ?
What is meaning of Confidence Range of Mean ?
What is the Confidence range of standard deviation and %?
How could carding machines be controlled with 3 s Control Charts?
Chapter 4 Frequency Distribution and Analyses
4-1 Summary of Terms Used and Derived from Relative and Cumulative Frequency Diagrams

Part I-II covers Differences Between Averages and Variances and Significant Difference between Nominal and Actual Value

Is the difference between samples statistically significant?
Which sample to decide?
Is T-test always significant?
How Correlation R could be used to check material and process instead of T-Test ?

How removal short fibers efficiency of carding machines could be checked by Reg-Test ?

Although Ring Span yarn as an average exhibits higher strength than compare to rotor span yarn may lead to more end break rate in weaving due to weak places in the yarn. Therefore, Coefficient of variation in other words distribution of yarn strength becomes more significant than average value .

It is the F-Test that compares two samples distribution.
How to control Nominal Set Value and Actual Measured Value in Process?

Part I-III

Chapter #7 Normal Distribution Curves
How can Normal Distribution Curves be used in testing and what are their limits?

Chapter #8 SPC Distributions
Application of Binomial, Poisson;s , Confidence Limits of Mean of Poisson;s
Distribution and c²
Distribution (Chi-Square) are explained.

Part II-I SPC Charts, which is the main part of the SPC Course

The Knowledge Based Management System Structure is to conglomerate mathematical models between raw material, semi product and end product quality parameters. The factors of this model are defined as System Factors.

In order to make use of Knowledge Based SPC we have to take into consideration of Control Factors and Interference Factors in SPC Charts. It is not sufficient to control the process within limits but also minimize the steps in process and reduce the management and manufacturing cost to minimum levels We call this Optimum Quality Minimum Manufacturer Costs with Zero Defects fulfilling customer Requirements.

Which type of SPC charts should be used to control Process?
There are mainly 7 control SPC-CHART that are used these are:
1-X- bar (Normal distribution)
2 R- bar (Normal distribution)
3 2S-/CV bar (Normal distribution)
4-P -bar (Poisson;s)
5-pn-bar (Poisson;s)
6- c-bar (Poisson;s)
7- u-bar (Poisson;s)

How can defects be analysed and Off-Standard Reports are implemented?

How to Order Application of Knowledge Based SPC for Textiles E-book:

1) Simply send an e-mail to info@itru.net writing your delivery information
2) Send an e-mail to info@itru.net that you have transferred the cost of report to Itru Group Ltd .

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Application of Knowledge Based SPC ver1.1 with Spread Sheet Files. E-Book plus with spread Sheet Examples

In addition to E-Book of Application of Knowledge Based SPC ver1.1 "Spread Sheet Files of Knowledge Based SPC ver1.1" is available in ods/xls file format.All the SPC chapters are converted to spread sheet files . Application of Knowledge Based SPC ver1.1 with Spread Sheet Files.

With these spread sheet files SPC system could be adapted to mill control systems

Delivery : After receiving payment of USD 400. Banktransfer to the name of
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SPC ver 1.1

This software is written for 32 bit MS-Windows operating system.Build in spread sheet file format. It can read and save excel 5 files. The system can be integrated to electronic balance for controlling count control of fabrics ,yarn and sliver.

Delivery : After receiving payment of USD 749. Banktransfer to the name of
ITRU GROUP Ltd YAPI KREDI BANKASI A.S 399-SIRINEVLER SUBESI ISTANBUL-TURKIYE A/C NO:693 928 62 IBAN TR36 0006 7010 0000 0069 3928 62 SPC ver1.1 will be mailed to your e-mail address after receiving payment.

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On-line E-Learning Courses

Therefore, SPC concept in this training course should be considered in relation to Knowledge Based Quality Management. SPC is a useful tool for textile mills to control and improve quality. In this training course most of the terms, definitions and derivation of full formulas that are used in existing textile testing equipment were included so that these systems could be more effectively used.

Trainees are also supported with Itru SPC- ver 1.0 PC-Program and Spread Sheet Exercise Examples to make their knowledge enhanced and practical. After a completing the course a trainee could establish and or improve SPC- System in their field. Support will be given for those who enroll the course and as well as in actual mill practices.

SPC ver 1.1 for Textiles is a part of Itru SPCv1 for Textiles Software. This software covers most of the chapters that are explained in this course. SPCv1 makes it simple to adapt SPC systems in textile industry. After completing this course the candidates will make use of Spread Sheet software and Itru SPCv1 more effectively.

One can also join the on-line e-learning course for further training of SPC Systems. Read More

Join the Itru Textile Mill Training Courses < http://itru.net/claro> Demo version of SPC is free

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Modern Management of a Weaving Mill


This report depending upon your mill performance level guarantees in increase in efficiency and reduction in manufacturing cost in a weaving shed if the instructions given in the report are applied in correct manner and the given process standards are achieved.

The purpose of this technical report is to achieve the required productivity,improve quality and reduce the material cost abd spare parts consumption. All these aims could only be achieved through a modern management of a weaving mill.Therefore, this report will be useful to any weaving mill who wishes to improve mill performance to higher level

The report covers the following sections :

Section I : is related to the organization structure of a weaving shed .
Section II deals with the job description of every individual as well as the order of work carried out in every day mill running conditions
Section III Spare parts consumption analyses
Section IV Improving Weaving Efficiency
Section V Air conditioning Systems for Weaving Mills
Section VI Check Lists and Control Forms

How to Order

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Modern Management of a Weaving Mill is available in pdf file format. Delivery : After receiving payment of USD 150. Banktransfer to the name of ITRU GROUP Ltd YAPI KREDI BANKASI A.S 399-SIRINEVLER SUBESI ISTANBUL-TURKIYE A/C NO:693 928 62 IBAN TR36 0006 7010 0000 0069 3928 62 E-Book will be delivered to your e-mail address after receiving payment.


© 1992-2017 by Itru Group Ltd

Processing and Spinning Ability of Cotton Fibres with New Itru Fibre Tester UAK-1+

The invention of UAK-1+ Fiber Testing Instruments has shortened the time of Process Improvement . We have carried out many Tests for spinning mills in Türkiye to reduce their waste , to improve yarn quality and to identify off-standard running processes and machinery. And this paper is related to practical application of UAK-1+ in spinning mills. UAK-1+ has been developed through an hard research work carried out in spinning mills to meet the requirements of reducing manufacturing costs and problem solving. UAK-1+ works on this Knowledge Based Information shown below.

  • Test
  • Analyse
  • Solve and Report with Knowledge Based Pc-programs and SPC-Analyses.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction.............................................................................................3
2-Itru Cotton Single Fibre Fineness/Maturity Tester -UAK-SF................................................4
3- Development of Itru Fibre Tester UAK-1+ and UAK-1S and UAK-SF...........................................7
4- An Example of Sample Test Report for a Combed Cotton Spinning Mill.....................................10
4.1.1 Application of Itru Fibre Tester UAK-1+ in Spinning Mills in terms of Spinning Ability and Itru
Cotton Fibre Standards................................................................................... 10
4.1.2 Test Results Single Report of a Mix ................................................................14
4.1.3 Fibre Mix Performance Estimation and Comparison with Actual Values of Yarn Quality..................15
4.2 Measured Test Parameters and Field of Application of Itru Fibre Tester................................16
4.3 Field of Application Systems of Itru Fibre Tester in Short Staple Spinning........................... 19
4.3.1 Comparison ,Classification , Selection and Mixing of Cotton Fibres with Itru Fibre Tester UAK-1+....19
4.3.2 UAK-1+ Summary Test Results for a Combed Spining Mill...............................................25
4.3.3 Changes in the Fibre Length due to Hook Directions From Carding to Ring Frame ......................27
4.3.4 Evaluation of Test Results in General............................................. .................30
4.3.4 Evaluation of Test Results in General...............................................................30
4.3.5 Cleaning Efficiency of Blowroom ....................................................................31
4.3.6 Carding Performance Analyses (Card in and Out and Card Flat Waste Analyes)..........................34
4.3.7 Combing Noil and Comb Sliver Analyses ..............................................................36
4.3.8 Combed Sliver % of White Specs Analyses.............................................................37
4.4 Comparison of Measurement of Fibre Properties by Yarn Mass Spectrograph with Itru Yarn Process
Engineering and Itru Fibre Tester UAK-1+ and New Itru Yarn Quality Standards............................. 40
4.4.1 Yarn Quality Standards according to Fibre Properties at the Ring Frame Delivery.....................41
4.4.2 Itru Yarn Quality Standardization System........................................................... 44
4.5 Recommendation for Process Improvement Work ......................................................... 48
4.5 Recommendation for Process Improvement Work ......................................................... 48
5- Correlation Charts ................................................................................... 49
5.1 Correlation of Neps/Length in Combed Sliver and Neps count per 1km in Yarn............................49
5.2 Micronaire and Maturity Correlation ..................................................................52
5.3 Strength Correlation................................................................................. 53
6-Identification off standard running machinery in Carding and Combing .................................. 57
6.1 Polyester/Cotton Blends...............................................................................57
6.2 Analysing of Determination of Faulty Running Heads in Combing Machine and Optimization of
Combing Noil according to Lap Length Properties.......................................................... 59
6.3 Measurement of Reactive Black Dyed Cotton Fibres in Processing Stages and Color Matching Analyses
in Blends................................................................................................ 60
6-4 Optimization of Cut Lengths in Polyester/Cotton and Polyester/Viscose Blends......................... 62
7- Cost Reduction , Process Improvement and Productivity Increase with UAK-1+.............................64
8- New Terms and Definitions with UAK-1+................................................................. 65
9- References to Knowledge Based Pc-Programs and Short Descriptions.......................................66

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Processing and Spinning Ability of Cotton Fibres with New Itru Fibre Tester UAK-1+ is available in pdf file format. Delivery : After receiving payment of USD 220. Banktransfer to the name of ITRU GROUP Ltd YAPI KREDI BANKASI A.S 399-SIRINEVLER SUBESI ISTANBUL-TURKIYE A/C NO:693 928 62 IBAN TR36 0006 7010 0000 0069 3928 62 E-Book will be delivered to your e-mail address after receiving payment.


KNOWLEDGE BASED QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR TEXTILE MILLS

If you want to be different from your competitor and surpass them, you have to utilize from knowledge in a flawless way. The styles of collecting, managing and using knowledge will determine the survival of mills . The companies, which provide the flow of knowledge continuously and achieve to set up the knowledge system at the levels of international standards, will be the winners in the globalize world. For increase power of competition in this market and to be the first in this competition that is to depend on; Reducing production costs and improve quality to a optimum level Presenting the new product to the market firstly and cheaper than your competitors Carrying out the new innovation project in the textile industry Setting up the knowledge system

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Knowledge Based Quality Management..............................................3
1.1 The Purpose, Extension and Advantages of The System.............................................3
1. 2 Short History of Knowledge Based Management....................................................4
1.3 The Aims of Knowledge Based Quality Management System...........................................6
1.4 The Advantages of Knowledge Based Quality Management System.....................................7
2. The Outlines of Knowledge Based Quality Management Systems.......................................8
2. 1 System Factors of Knowledge Based Quality Management...........................................9
2.2 Intelligent Database...........................................................................11
2.3 Intelligent Database Working Scheme............................................................12
2.4 Structure of Organization......................................................................13
2. 5 Training Personnel............................................................................14
2.6 Mill Performance Report........................................................................15
2. 7 Market Research Reports.......................................................................16
2. 8 Process Optimisation (R&D projects).............................. ............................17
2. 9 Improve innovation product and find new market place (Industrial Engineering Dept. / R&D).....18
3 Organization Structure of Knowledge Based Quality Management System..............................19
3. 1 Functional work flow of Organization Structure of Knowledge Based Quality Management System...20
3. 2 Quality Planning .............................................................................22
3. 3 Quality Control...............................................................................24
3. 4 Quality Management............................................................................27
3. 5 Mill Research Unit............................................................................29
4 Mill Performance Report..........................................................................30
5 Projects in Spinning Weaving and Finishing Mills.................................................32
6 The Techniques in the Knowledge Based System.....................................................33
6.1 DPEA Examples..................................................................................35
6.2 DPEA Examples 2................................................................................37
7 Standard process flow chart for each product.....................................................38
7.1 Preparing Control Plan.........................................................................39
7.2 Implementing SPC system for Revising Control Plan..............................................40
8 PROBLEM ANALYSIS/ PROBLEM SOLVING ALGORITHMS.....................................................42
8.1 Problem Analysis /Problem Solving Case Study...................................................42
9 USED TECHNIQUES OF PROBLEM SOLVING...............................................................44
9.1 HISTOGRAM......................................................................................45
9.2 HISTOGRAM ANALYSES.............................................................................46
9.3 Relative Histogram (Relative Frequency Table)..................................................47
9.4 Pareto Analyses................................................................................48
10 PROCESS QUALITY CONTROL.........................................................................49
10.1 Shewhart Chart................................................................................50
10.2 Yarn strength measurements of wool yarns......................................................53
10.3 FAULT TREE ANALYSES...........................................................................56
10.4 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE.......................................................................57
10.5 Implementing Poisson distribution in defects analysis.........................................58

How to Order Knowledge Based Quality Management for Textiles E-book:

1) Simply send an e-mail to info@itru.net writing your delivery information
2) Send an e-mail to info@itru.net that you have transferred the cost of report to Itru Group Ltd .

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