Design of Experiments With Mixtures: A Case Study in Plastics Formulations | Technically Speaking | JMP

Successful product development often involves optimizing formulations. The goal is to find the right proportions of ingredients such that the desired product characteristics are achieved while costs are minimized.

Like a pastry chef's pursuit of the perfect cake recipe, one path to this goal is simply trial and error. Play a lot of hunches, bake a lot of cakes, and with enough time and talent, you might end up with a winner.

In complex industrial settings, though – with precise product specifications, high-cost ingredients and tight time constraints – a more disciplined approach is essential.

In this 30-minute webinar, Wendy Tseng will show you how a special class of designed experiments called mixture experiments can be used to accelerate formulation development, optimize product characteristics and minimize costs.

Through numerous examples and a plastics case study, you will learn how to:

  • Design a mixture experiment using advanced design of experiments (DOE) software.
  • Incorporate constraints into your experiment design.
  • Assess the impact of variations in process variable settings.
  • Analyze and make decisions from a mixture experiment.

Register now for this free webinar

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