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Apr 18, 2017 2:18 AM
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In Our MSA stsudy we are performing Linearity and Bias measurment. We are currently controlling at Linearity and Bias to be below 5%. We actually generate the following report for Linearity and BIas. However in AIAG handbook the criteria for the gauge to pass bias criteria has the following criteria in the picture attahcment

I have the following questions

1. We have set the linearity and Bias guidelines as less than 5%, however no one can identify how we derive the 5% criteria. Any guidelines on explanation why its 5%?

2. In the linearity and bias script there is dialog box where we enter a process sigma value- what should be this value? We are currently keying in the tolerance (USL-LSL) is this correct?(See powerpoint slides)

3. In the powerpoint slide case1 and case 2 - Case 2 the zero and bias lines are not within the confidence interval but its meeting the Bias% and Linearity% of less than 5% is this correct and accepatable?

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Apr 18, 2017 8:15 AM
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Apr 18, 2017 10:14 AM
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I don't have a good answer for your first item.

For item two - the value you should enter in the dialog should not be the tolerance or spec limits. It should be a historical process standard deviation - perhaps from a control chart on the process. This number will be used in the calculations of the figures of merit.

For item 3 - Case number 1 the bias slope is not significant, so you can say there is no bias. For Case 2 - the slope of the line is significant - but it is is also not recognizing the non linearity in the data. The first 2 standards at 5 and 10 are close to 0 bias, but the third standard at 25 is high, and the last standard at 100 is low. This line is not a good fit to this data - there is a quadratic effect.

Case 1 looks okay - case 2 not so much.

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Apr 18, 2017 6:06 PM
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