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# Observations on burst strength (lb/in2) were obtained both

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Problem 60E

Observations on burst strength (lb/in2) were obtained both for test nozzle closure welds and for production canister nozzle welds (“Proper Procedures Are the Key to Welding Radioactive Waste Cannisters,” ?Welding J., ?Aug. 1997: 61–67). Construct a comparative boxplot and comment on interesting features (the cited article did not include such a picture, but the authors commented that they had looked at one).

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Problem 60E Answer: Step1: We have Observations on burst strength (lb/in2) were obtained both for test nozzle closure welds and for production canister nozzle welds (“Proper Procedures Are the Key to Welding Radioactive Waste Cannisters,” Welding J., Aug. 1997: 61–67). Test 7200 6100 7300 7300 8000 7400 7300 7300 8000 6700 8300 Cannister 5250 5625 5900 5900 5700 6050 5800 6000 5875 6100 5850 6600 We need to Construct a comparative boxplot and comment on interesting features (the cited article did not include such a picture, but the authors commented that they had looked at one). Step2: A comparative boxplot (created in Minitab) of this data appears below. The burst strengths for the test nozzle closure welds are quite different from the burst strengths of the production canister nozzle welds. The test welds have much higher burst strengths and the burst strengths are much more variable. The production welds have more consistent burst strength and are consistently lower than the test welds. The production welds data does contain 2 outliers.

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