1969-02-01

An Example of Experimental Design Methods 690024

The application of experimental design methods to practical engineering problems is illustrated by an example involving road tests to measure how elevation affects octane requirements of automobiles. The example describes steps involved in developing an efficient statistical design that fits technical requirements of the problem, and describes analysis of data and interpretations of results.

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