By R. H. Lester (auth.), V. D. Fréchette, L. D. Pye, D. E. Rase (eds.)
Quality insurance in Ceramic Industries represents the lawsuits of a convention held on the long island nation collage of Ceramics, Alfred collage, June 4-7, 1978, as 15th in a continual sequence turned around every year between Alfred collage, North Carolina country college, Notre Dame college and the college of California, Berkeley. the 1st 4 chapters strengthen the reason for significant efforts towards an built-in caliber insurance application within the ceramic plant, to impression economic climate in manufacture, to lessen method losses and to enhance product reliability and total profitability. Chapters five and six hide using conventional and complex statistical equipment. they're through 3 chapters on caliber coverage in uncooked fabrics creation and procurement. Chapters nine via 20 deal with particular examples of ideas, sys tems and philosophy of caliber insurance in glass, whitewares, abrasives, refractories, electroceramics, structural clay seasoned ducts and detailed ceramics for nuclear purposes, generators and igniters. the 3 concluding chapters take care of the widely acceptable matters of failure research, gaging and lifestyles time predic tion. it's a excitement to recognize the beneficiant support and encouragement of this system Committee: Messrs. R. A. Alliegro, Norton corporation; D. L. Guile and R. N. McNally, Corning Glass Works; H. W. Larisch, Coors Porcelain corporation; R. H. Lester, Ohio Brass corporation (now on the Lapp Insulator department of Interpace Corporation); R. J. Ryder, Brockway Glass corporation and E. A. Thomas, Taylor Refractories department, N L Indus trie s .