The reliability/Confidence level sample size calculation is fairly known to Quality Engineers. For example, with 59 samples and 0 rejects, one can be 95% confident that the process is at least 95% reliable or that the process yields at least 95% conforming product.
I have created a spreadsheet “calculator”, that allows the user to enter the sample size, number of rejects and the desired confidence level, and the calculator will provide the reliability result.
It is interesting to note that the reliability/confidence calculation, LTPD calculation and Wilk’s first degree non-parametric one sided tolerance calculation all yield the same results.
I will post another day about LTPD versus AQL.
The spreadsheet is available here Reliability calculator based on Binomial distribution.
I have a new post in this topic. Check out https://harishsnotebook.wordpress.com/2019/10/19/aql-rql-ltpd-oc-curve-reliability-and-confidence/
Keep on learning…