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Variables in Design: Analysis and Model Building

Release Date:
9/12/2012 9:00 PM
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Anthony Chory, mechanical engineering, features Anthony Chory 

WHAT:

The Alvine Engineering Professional Effectiveness and Enrichment Program will present a lecture that summarizes some useful information extracted from the book “STATISTICS FOR EXPERIMENTERS”, An Introduction to Design, Data Analysis, and Model Building, Authored by Box, Hunter and Hunter. “How to determine which variables of a manufacturing process makes some parts turn out good and some parts turn out not so good,” says Chory.

Using some basic statistical assumptions, multiple graphics and some statistical analysis, examples are analyzed to determine the effect of manufacturing variables.   The method provides a numerical factor to each variable and combinations of each variable.

WHO:

Chory earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering from UMASS Lowell in 1978 and his MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Bridgeport in 1985.   He has worked in Transmission Design and Development at Sikorsky Aircraft since 1978.   Mr. Chory is currently Chief of Transmission Design for all military aircraft transmissions.  He also provides technical support to other Sikorsky Transmission production and development programs along with consulting for other UTC transmission programs.  He has been responsible for the Black Hawk transmission system for over 25 years working to make it the most reliable and bench-marked transmission in the helicopter industry.  Prior to his responsibilities as the Chief of H-60 Design, Mr. Chory had extensive experience in Finite Element Analysis, gear analysis and other general types of transmission and structural analysis.  He was also was responsible for Research and Development programs including the 30000 RPM Spring Clutch development program used on the RAH-66 Comanche program and the MM&T Composite Black Hawk Intermediate Gearbox Program which was fabricated and tested.  His design, production and field experience has given him the skills to not only develop new transmission but insure they are producible, durable and highly reliable.

WHEN:

Nov. 6, from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.          

WHERE:

The Schuman Auditorium in the Tagliatela College of Engineering, Room B120, University of New Haven

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Contact Ismail Orabi at iorabi@newhaven.edu

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