Literature survery in Pharmactuel Department
|Author and Year||Details of work done||Type of chart||Variables||Type of study||Country|
|Spiridonica ||The author analysed the process of ampicillin bottles, of 1000 mg, 500 mg and 250 mg. It was concluded that this application is very useful and easy to apply for all specialists working in industrial quality assurance.||Chart||Weight of bottles||Retrospective study||Romania|
|Prajapati ||The author countered the autocorrelation by presenting the new chart based on Chi-squares theory. The readings were taken for the quantity of syrup and level of correlation was found and compared with new chart for sample size of four. The level of correlation was found to be 0.50 among the industry data. Finally it was concluded that wherever there is autocorrelation in the industries, it is more economical to use new chart than traditional X bar chart for sample size of four.||Chart||Quantity of syrup||Retrospective study||India|
|Prajapati and Singh ||The level of correlation for the weights of tablets was computed in pharmaceutical industry by using chart. The design of chart was modified based upon the Chi-square theory. The parameter selected in order to evaluate the performance of chart is the average run length (ARL). It was concluded that modified chart have better performance than traditional chart.||Chart||Weight of tablets||Retrospective study||India|
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