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Opportunities to Improve Diagnostics Performance Using Computer-Based Product Definition Models and Simulations.

Author: Herbert Brown; Institute for Defense Analyses (Alexandria, Va.)
Publisher: [United States] : Institute for Defense Analyses (Alexandria, VA), 1998.
Series: AD-a362 942.
Edition/Format:   Book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This paper reports on analysis of opportunities for applying defense product definition models and simulations (M & S) that are based on computer-aided design, manufacturing, engineering, and test (CAx, representing CAD, CAM, CAE and CAT) capabilities to enhance diagnostics performance and lifecycle support affordability of defense systems. Opportunities for applying CAx-based product M & S were reviewed from four  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Brown; Institute for Defense Analyses (Alexandria, Va.)
OCLC Number: 45229708
Notes: Final rept.
Description: 58 p.
Series Title: AD-a362 942.

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This paper reports on analysis of opportunities for applying defense product definition models and simulations (M & S) that are based on computer-aided design, manufacturing, engineering, and test (CAx, representing CAD, CAM, CAE and CAT) capabilities to enhance diagnostics performance and lifecycle support affordability of defense systems. Opportunities for applying CAx-based product M & S were reviewed from four diagnostic domain perspectives: Development and use of diagnostic capabilities during design, application of integrated rated diagnostics in maintenance processes for fault detection and isolation, engineering analyses of critical problems and faults, and development and use of fault prediction and prognostic capabilities. Viable concepts for applying CAx-based M & S capabilities to improve integrated diagnostic element capabilities for each of these diagnostic domains were identified. During the analysis, the study team noted the application of CAx-based models and simulations to integrated diagnostics is an essential component of effective integrated rated product and process development (IPPD) strategies and DoD's simulation based acquisition SBA) initiative.

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