Variability happens. A major thrust of Dr. Peters’ teaching and research is to control or minimize variability that occurs within manufacturing processes and systems. Specific interest areas include dimensional variability, measurement error, controlling energy usage, and other sources that affect quality and throughput. Pictured is a 30,000 pound steel casting being heat treated at 1600 degrees F.
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- IMSE’s MacKenzie creates Hurricane Decision Simulator to assist Marines with decision making November 14, 2017
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