Applied Space Systems Engineering

ISBN-10: 0073408867
ISBN-13: 9780073408866
Edition: 2009
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List price: $89.67
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 8/28/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 920
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.640
Language: English

Applied Space Systems Engineeringis the 17th book produced by the US Air Force Academy's Space Technology Series team. The purpose ofApplied Space Systems Engineering(ASSE) is to provide inspiration, processes, approaches, tools, and information for systems engineers that are leading the way in complex aerospace system design, development, and operation. An extensive author and editor team created this book based on a complete and rigorous set of systems engineer competencies rooted in the experiences and philosophies of seasoned space systems engineers from across the community. The "best of the best" performing system engineers have contributed their wealth of experience, successful tools and approaches, and lessons learned to this project. This book presents the "how-to" necessary to "systems engineer" complex aerospace-related projects, along with information to help the aspiring or current systems engineer achieve a higher level of understanding and performance. It's geared to practitioners as they work through projects, but may also serve as a primary text or reference for graduate-level courses and development programs. Many aerospace-related case studies, examples, and lessons learned are spread throughout ASSE to provide historical insights and practical applications. A companion text,Applied Project Management for Space Systems, is also available.

Chapter
List of Authors
Preface
Space Systems Engineering
The Art and Science of Systems Engineering
Apply Systems Engineering Across the Lifecycle
Create and Maintain the Technical Baseline
Establish a Systems Engineering Framework
Identify Capabilities of the Systems Engineer
Introduction to the End-to-End Case Study-FireSAT
Stakeholder Expectations and Requirements Definition
Define Initial Customer Expectations
Identify the Stakeholders
Solicit and Synthesize Stakeholder Expectations and Requirements
Articulate Stakeholder Expectations and Requirements
Rank Order Mission Requirements and Identify Critical Acceptance Criteria
Synthesize Essential Mission Requirements
Validate and Baseline Requirements. Translate Into Technical Requirements
Concept of Operations and System Operational Architecture
Validate the Mission Scope and the System Boundary
Describe the System's Operational Environment, Primary Constraints, and Drivers
Develop Operational Scenarios and Timelines
Synthesize, Analyze, and Assess Key Implementing Concepts for the System and Its Elements
Document the Concept of Operations and the System's Operational Architecture; Apply Architectural Frameworks
Validate and Baseline the System's Operational Architecture
Engineering and Managing System Requirements
Before Requirements
Engineer the System Requirements
Document the Requirements
Baseline the Requirements
Manage the Requirements
System Functional and Physical Partitioning
Specify the System Context
Define the Functional Partitions
Create the Physical Partitions and Allocate Functions to the Physical Components
Assess the Architecture
Allocate Requirements to the Components and Generate Detailed Specifications
Trace Requirements
Decision Making
Identify What We Need to Decide
Frame the Decision
Select a Method to Evaluate Alternatives
Generate Alternatives
Choose the Best Solution
Test and Evaluate
Consider a Case Study
Lifecycle Cost Analysis
Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Gather Space System Characteristics
Compute the System Development Cost
Estimate Operations and Support Costs
Estimate Cost of Developing the Launch Site's Infrastructure
Estimate Total Lifecycle Cost and Assess Cost Risk
Conduct Cost-Risk Analysis
Technical Risk Management
Prepare a Technical Risk Management Strategy
Identify and Document Technical Risks
Conduct Technical Risk Assessments
Determine an Initial Risk Handling Approach
Plan Risk Mitigations and Triggers
Monitor Risk Status
Implement Risk Mitigations
Capture Technical Risk Management Products
Product Implementation
Prepare for Implementation
Participate in Buying the Product
Participate in Acquiring the Reuse End Product
Evaluate the Readiness of Items that Enable Product Implementation
Make the Product
Prepare Appropriate Product Support Documentation
Capture Product Implementation Work Products
Ensure Effective Communication
System Integration
Define the Role of System Integration within Systems Engineering
Select a System Integration Approach and Strategy
Set Up a Test and Integration Plan
Schedule in the Presence of Unknowns
Form the Integration Team
Manage a Changing Configuration
Adapt Integration to the Project Specifics
Solve Typical Problems
Verification and Validation
Validate Requirements
Validate Models
Verify Products
Validate Products
Certify Products for Flight
Address Special Challenges of Commercial Off-the-Shelf and Non-Developmental Items Product Verification
Verify and Validate Software
Document and Iterate
Product Transition
Plan the Transition
Verify that the Product is Ready for Transition
Prepare the Product for Transportation to the Launch Site
Transport to the Launch Site
Unpack and Store the Product
Integrate With the Launch Vehicle
Roll Vehicle Out to the Launch Pad
Integrate With the Launch Pad
Conduct Launch and Early Operations
Transfer to the End User
Document the Transition
Plan and Manage the Technical Effort
Prepare for Technical Planning
Define the Technical Work
Schedule, Organize, and Cost the Technical Work
Prepare the Systems Engineering Management Plan and Other Technical Plans
Get Stakeholder Commitments to Technical Plans
Execute the Technical Plan
Document and Iterate
Technical Direction and Management: The Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) in Action
Introduction to the Systems Engineering Management Plan
Determine the Contents of the SEMP
Develop the Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP)
Characteristics of Good and Bad Plans
Necessary Elements for Executing a SEMP
A Look at DoD's SEP
Manage Interfaces
Prepare or Update Interface Management Procedures
Decompose the System Physically and Functionally
List Interfaces and Prepare Initial Interface Requirements Documents (IRDs)
Develop NxN and IxI Diagrams
Develop Sub-level Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) of the Lifecycle Interface Design and Verification Tasks
Develop an Interface Control Document (ICD) for Each Interface
Manage Interfaces during Product Integration
Design Interfaces, Iterate, and Trade
Build Interfaces
Verify Interfaces Including Integration with the System
Document, Iterate, and Control the Configuration
Develop Operating Procedures and Training
Manage Configuration
The Configuration Management Process
Develop the Configuration Management Plan
Establish Configuration Identification
Manage Change
Communicate Progress with Configuration Status Accounting
Conduct Verifications and Audits
Manage Technical Data
Prepare a Strategy for Managing Technical Data
Collect and Store Required Technical-data Artifacts During the Engineering Lifecycle
Maintain Stored Technical Data
Provide Technical Data to Authorized Parties
Collaborate by Effectively Using System and Process Artifacts
Technical Assessment and Reviews
Define the Subject and Scope of the Review
Establish the Entrance Criteria
Identify and Invite the Review Team
Conduct the Review
Ensure that the System Meets Success Criteria
Specify and Document the Decisions
Clarify and Document the Action Items
Baseline the Design
Improve the Process for Technical Reviews
FireSAT End-to-End Case Study: A Parable of Space Systems Engineering in Seven Parts
Certify the As-deployed Baseline
Define the Mission Baseline
Create the System Baseline
Establish the Functional Baseline
Reach the Design-to Baseline
Set the Build-to Baseline
Achieve the As-built Baseline
Index

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