Analysis and Control of Variation: Using Process Control to Reduce Variability: Comparison of Engineering Process Control with Statistical Process Control | IVT

Peer Reviewed: Variation Key Points Discussed There are two traditional ways to control the variability in process parameters – statistical process control (SPC) & engineering process control (EPC). Both of these approaches have much in common with respect to their objectives. There are differences, however, that determine which situations each one is applied. Misapplication of either approach in the wrong situation will lead to less than optimal results, and in many cases may actually increase variability in the process parameter. Understanding how the approaches differ will help ensure...

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