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A coupled penalty matrix approach and principal component based co-linearity index technique to discover product specific foundry process knowledge from in-process data in order to reduce defects

R.S Ransing, C Giannetti, M.R Ransing, M.W James, Rajesh Ransing Orcid Logo, Cinzia Giannetti Orcid Logo

Computers in Industry, Volume: 64, Issue: 5, Pages: 514 - 523

Swansea University Authors: Rajesh Ransing Orcid Logo, Cinzia Giannetti Orcid Logo

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Published in: Computers in Industry
ISSN: 0166-3615
Published: 2013
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Item Description: Traditional techniques are unable to discover correlations among factors in the ‘noisy’ in-process data. The proposed technique of discovering correlations in the reduced space defined by the principal components is shown to be a novel and robust method. It allows process engineers to view limited number of important penalty matrices from the thousands of possible combinations. The approach has been embedded training courses offered by the American Foundrymen and Institute of Cast Metal Engineers in UK. Elsevier publishers have chosen to make this paper open source, for a period of three months, for the benefit foundry engineers around the world.
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Issue: 5
Start Page: 514
End Page: 523