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Triptych: Parameter Diagram

Define noise, control, signal (input), and response (output) factors for your system

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OVERVIEW

The Parameter Diagram takes the inputs from a system/customer and relates those inputs to desired outputs of a design that the engineer is creating while also considering non-controllable outside influences. Parameter Diagrams are usually created before a FMEA session and after a Boundary Diagram is created.

FEATURES

  • NEW Automatically create a Parameter Diagram by importing information from a Requirements worksheets and Boundary Diagram worksheet.
  • NEWInteractively add and delete rows in each section
  • NEW Define relationships between: (1) Design Items and Critical Requirements and (2) Noise Factors and Critical Requirements.
  • NEW Use linked relationships to automatically created a FMEA worksheet.
  • NEW Export wizard to guide the creating of a FMEA worksheet.

BENEFITS

As a useful tool in brainstorming scenarios for your process or product, the Parameter diagram charts several factors:

  • A list of Design Parameters or control factors.
  • A set of Outputs, usually a set of characteristics related to product performance or functions, or customer desired characteristics.
  • A list of Noise Factors (environmental variations, user conditions, manufacturing variations that cannot be sufficiently controlled.
    • A list of of Input items that provide an input interface to the design choice (topic item).

REQUIREMENTS

  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 10
  • Microsoft Excel 2007, 2010, 2013 (32 or 64 bit), or 2016 (32 or 64 bit)
  • Administrator rights required to install software

EXPORTING

  • NEW Use linked relationships to automatically created a FMEA worksheet.
  • NEW Export wizard to guide the creating of a FMEA worksheet.
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DEFINING LINKS

  • NEW Define relationships between: (1) Design Items and Critical Requirements and (2) Noise Factors and Critical Requirements.