Adopting a groundbreaking approach, the highly regarded author shows how to design methods for planning increasingly complex experiments. He begins with a brief introduction to standard quality methods and the techlogy in standard electric circuits. The book then gives numerous examples of how to apply the proposed methodology in a series of real-life case studies. Although these case studies are taken from the printed circuit board industry, the methods are equally applicable to other fields of engineering.
Octavian Iordache obtained his PhD in chemical engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest and a diploma in mathematics from the University of Bucharest. He was a professor of chemical engineering and has conducted research at several universities in Europe and North America. He is with a Montreal-based start up company involved with Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) activities. His research and teaching pertains to the domains of transport phenomena, chemical reaction engineering, material science, stochastic processes and statistics. He has authored 8 books and over 100 papers.