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Mo / Sinha

Engineering Systems Acquisition and Support

2018. Buch. 244 S. Softcover
Elsevier Science & Technology ISBN 978-0-08-101588-9
Format (B x L): 15,2 x 22,9 cm
In englischer Sprache
Engineering systems such as an aircraft or frigate are highly complex and specifically designed to meet the customer's requirements. This important book provides the information necessary to acquire and support complex engineering systems expected to last for a long time. Chapters in the first half of the book examine the life cycles of these systems, their design, testing and certification, and the principles behind their acquisition. The second half of the book reviews topics including operations support and logistics, systems maintenance, reliability and upgrades, and performance and risk analysis, ending with a discussion of the need for continuous improvements in these systems.

- Creates a new operational view of modern acquisition, design, services and support systems
- Applies enterprise modelling and analysis techniques to develop a whole systems view
- Takes the systems engineering approach to services system design and support
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Von: link iconJ P T Mo, John P. T. Mo is currently Professor and Discipline Head of Manufacturing and Materials at RMIT University. Prior to RMIT, he was Senior Principal Research Scientist in CSIRO leading research teams working on risk analysis, electricity market simulation, wireless communication, fault detection and production scheduling and more. He obtained his PhD in Manufacturing Engineering from Loughborough University, UK, and is a Fellow of Engineers Australia., und link iconA Sinha, Arvind Sinha is currently Director of Engineering, Defence Material Organization, in Australia. Formerly, he was Director of the Sir Lawrence Wackett Centre for Aerospace Design at RMIT. He was also the President of the Australian Chapter of the American Helicopter Society from which he received two awards in 2004 and 2007, recognising his contribution to aerospace engineering. He obtained his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from RMIT University.