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AOQ – Average Outgoing Quality

Average Outgoing Quality (AOQ): The expected average quality level of an outgoing product for a given value of incoming product quality.AOQ plot represents the relationship between the quality of incoming and outgoing materials. When incoming lots are very good, the outgoing quality will be good.When the incoming lot is very bad, then also the outgoing quality […]

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Average Outgoing Quality Limit AOQL

  ​Average Outgoing Quality (AOQ) plot represents the relationship between the quality of incoming and outgoing materials. When incoming lots are very good, the outgoing quality will be good.When the incoming lot is very bad, then also the outgoing quality will be good because poor lots get reinspected and fixed. See the graph showing the relationship between […]

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Dodge Romig Sampling Plans

Plans for acceptance sampling developed by Harold F. Dodge and Harry G. Romig. Four sets of tables were published in 1940:single sampling lot tolerance tables,double sampling lot tolerance tables,single sampling average outgoing quality limit tables anddouble sampling average outgoing quality limit tables. ​The above video is from my ASQ CQE exam preparation course. To learn Acceptance […]

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