Stratification: A Basic Quality Tool

Stratification: A Basic Quality Tool

Stratification implies layers or differences. A quick test for soil composition is to place a sample of soil with water in a clear jar and give it a shake. The sand, silt and loam will settle at different rates and create a layered appearance within the jar over time. The height of each layer provides information about the proportion of…

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Fred Schenkelberg

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Reliability Engineering and Management Consultant focused on improving product reliability and increasing equipment availability.

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