Mixed Modified Complete Chain Sampling Plan (Mmccsp) For Products Without Destructive Effects


  • K. Rebecca Jebaseeli Edna, V.Jemmy Joyce




Process control is essential for ensuring that product quality is maintained throughout the production process. Before it reaches the consumer, however, a batch or lot of partially finished or final products must be accepted or rejected. Plans for acceptance sampling are frequently used to regulate the finished product's quality. In a mixed sampling plan,if the first stage variable inspection fails to accept the lot, the second stage attribute inspection becomes more crucial to distinguish the lot. Small sample sizes for expensive or harmful commodities are advised in the second stage of mixed programs. Therefore, acceptance of zero plans is more stressed in the second stage for practical reasons. However, there is no distinction between excellent and bad lots according to the OC Curve of Acceptance Number of Zero Plans. As a result, Chain Sampling is advised for mixed plans' second stage. In this unit, the operational process of Mixed Modified Complete Chain Sampling Plans (MMCCSP)for products without destructive effects during an inspection is developed and presented in this article.In the second stage, Modified Complete Chain Sampling Plans are advised because batch production is common in many sectors.The whole chain sampling approach safeguards the customer twice while also putting pressure on the manufacturer to maintain excellent lot quality. The unique algorithm is used to build and provide sampling plan measures such as the operational characteristics function, average sample number, and so on. Tables and illustrations are supplied for easy implementation in the quality control sector of enterprises.



2022-12-01 — Updated on 2022-12-01


How to Cite

K. Rebecca Jebaseeli Edna, V.Jemmy Joyce. (2022). Mixed Modified Complete Chain Sampling Plan (Mmccsp) For Products Without Destructive Effects. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 3586–3591. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S09.444