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Pierre Gy's Sampling Theory and Sampling Practice, Second Edition : Heterogeneity, Sampling Correctness, and Statistical Process Control - Francis F. Pitard

Pierre Gy's Sampling Theory and Sampling Practice, Second Edition

Heterogeneity, Sampling Correctness, and Statistical Process Control

Hardcover Published: 3rd August 1993
ISBN: 9780849389177
Number Of Pages: 516

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Pierre Gy's Sampling Theory and Sampling Practice, Second Edition is a concise, step-by-step guide for process variability management and methods. Updated and expanded, this new edition provides a comprehensive study of heterogeneity, covering the basic principles of sampling theory and its various applications. It presents many practical examples to allow readers to select appropriate sampling protocols and assess the validity of sampling protocols from others. The variability of dynamic process streams using variography is discussed to help bridge sampling theory with statistical process control. Many descriptions of good sampling devices, as well as descriptions of poor ones, are featured to educate readers on what to look for when purchasing sampling systems. The book uses its accessible, tutorial style to focus on professional selection and use of methods. The book will be a valuable guide for mineral processing engineers; metallurgists; geologists; miners; chemists; environmental scientists; and practitioners in chemical, cement, steel, power generation, high performance materials, recycling, cereal, and pharmaceutical industries.

Introduction to the Theory of Sampling of Particulate Materials
Introductionp. 3
Definition of Basic Terms and Symbolsp. 9
Fundamental Statistical Conceptsp. 23
A Logical Introduction to the Components of the Overall Estimation Errorp. 43
Correctness of a Sampling Strategyp. 51
Heterogeneity
A Logical Introduction to the Notion of Heterogeneityp. 57
Heterogeneity of a Zero-Dimensional Lot: Constitution and Distribution Heterogeneitiesp. 63
Heterogeneity of a One-Dimensional Lot: Notion of Variographyp. 89
Sampling Errors Introduced by Various Forms of Heterogeneity
Sampling of One-Dimensional Lots: The Continuous Modelp. 125
Sampling of Zero-Dimensional Lots: The Discrete Modelp. 143
The Fundamental Errorp. 157
Minimizing the Fundamental Error in Samplingp. 169
The Grouping and Segregation Errorp. 185
The Capital Notion of Sampling Correctness
The Materialization Error and the Selection Modesp. 205
The Delimitation Errorp. 229
The Extraction Errorp. 275
The Preparation Error: Notion of Sampling Integrityp. 305
Review of Some Particular Sampling Problems
Sampling for the Determination of the Moisture Contentp. 315
Sampling for Particle Size Distribution Analysisp. 331
Peculiarities about the Sampling of Precious Metalsp. 336
Sampling for Trace Constituents in High Purity Materialsp. 361
Sampling of Liquid and Solid Wastes and Sampling of the Environmentp. 379
Notion of Proportional Samplingp. 409
Solvable and Unsolvable Sampling Problemsp. 415
Homogenization
Homogenization Processesp. 421
Bed Blending Techniquesp. 425
Conclusion and Recommendations
The Use of the Variogram to Elaborate Meaningful Process Control Chartsp. 439
Recommendations to Manufacturers of Sampling Equipment, and to Engineering Firmsp. 457
Dissociation of a Complex Problem into a Sum of Simple Problemsp. 465
Referencesp. 471
Indexp. 477
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ISBN: 9780849389177
ISBN-10: 0849389178
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 516
Published: 3rd August 1993
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 26.67 x 18.42  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.13
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: New edition

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