Measurement Systems Analysis

MSA

Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Subject Matter Interest Group

Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Subject Matter Interest Group

The purpose of the Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) Subject Matter Interest Group is to promote the effective deployment of Reference Manual RM13003 throughout the supply chain.

The key areas of focus of this group are:
  • Different types of gage study (Gage R&R, Bias Analysis, Linearity)
  • Attribute Agreement Analysis
  • MSA Acceptance Limits
  • When to run MSAs
  • Mitigation Strategies (e.g. Guard Banding)
  • Approval of new measurement technology

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Current Activities
  • Develop MSA methods for destructive testing
  • Legacy and low volume MSA
  • Reviewing Attributive Agreement Analysis calculations
  • Guidance on significant figures and rounding
Upcoming Events

Watch this space for future event announcements or visit the Events tab.

RM13003 Frequently Asked Questions

If you would like to know more information about any of the above activities or get involved in them, please contact Simon Gough-Rundle or Anil Oenuer using the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of this page. 

Community of Practice

Subject matter experts are invited to connect with us on LinkedIn to exchange ideas, ask pertinent questions, share best practices, and learn as a community.

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Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)
Subject Matter Interest Group Experts
  Name Company Role
1 Simon Gough Rundle Rolls-Royce Team Leader
2 Anil Oenuer MTU Aero Engines Deputy Team Leader
3 Todd Angus Pratt & Whitney Member
4 Charles Antoine Barry Safran Aircraft Engines Member
5 Larry L Bennett GE Aviation Member
6 George Brown Rolls-Royce Member
7 Joseph D Drescher Pratt&Whitney Member
8 Benoti Gottie Safran Aircraft Engines Member
9 Frederic Vetil Sarfran Aircraft Engines Member
10 Helen Grey MQI Technical Consulting Ltd Member
11 Marnie Ham GE Aviation, US Member
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