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Double Acceptance Sampling Plan for Time-Truncated Life Tests Based on Half Normal Distribution

Amer I. Al-Omari, Amjad D. Al-Nasser and Fatima Salem Gogah
From the journal Economic Quality Control

Abstract

In this work, we investigate a double acceptance sampling plan (DASP) based on truncated life tests when the lifetime of a product follows the half normal distribution. By fixing the consumer’s confidence level, the minimum sample sizes of the first and second samples needful to assert the specified mean life are calculated. The operating characteristic values and the minimum ratios of the mean life to the specified life are also analyzed. Several important tables are provided and a numerical example is given to illustrate the results.

MSC 2010: 62D05

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Received: 2016-2-28
Revised: 2016-5-21
Accepted: 2016-7-15
Published Online: 2016-8-12
Published in Print: 2016-12-1

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