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DOE for nonlinear complex relations

  1. Nov 16, 2011 #1

    I want to research whether different factors have a significant impact on the response in a complex non linear phenomenon. My hypothesis is that 5 controllable factors both discrete and continuous have impact on the response.

    Is it possible to use a methodology similar to this one:

    The phenomenon of research is the recoilless launching of a projectile from a metallic tube/launcher. Factors are different design parameters in the projectile design.
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