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12 Under this strategy, Newport News Shipbuilding was responsible for the overall design of the ship and the detailed design of the forward end of the submarine. Electric Boat was responsible for detailed design of the submarine’s aft end. 13 Virginia Class. The Virginia class was the ﬁrst submarine class designed under the IPPD process, as discussed above. EB was awarded the design/build contract; however, the Navy was integrated into the design process through its inclusion in the integrated process teams.
The conceptual design phase produces a set of “single-sheet” characteristics that deﬁne the new submarine’s missions, principal operating and performance characteristics, and basic dimensions. Initial estimates are developed of the cost of building the conceptual design. In the preliminary design phase, the preferred concept is matured and top-level requirements are established in greater detail. Subsystems are deﬁned, and alternatives are evaluated for military eﬀectiveness, aﬀordability, and producibility.
2) and so may costs and the time required to complete the eﬀort. The second option involves maintaining some level of the workforce until the next design eﬀort starts. 3. In this case, a shipyard would reduce its workforce to match decreasing demands until a predetermined level is reached. S. 3 again after the start of the next new design program. Therefore, the “do something” case incurs an additional cost for maintaining a workforce above planned demand. But, starting a new design eﬀort with more people and greater levels of experience can reduce cost and schedule delays of the new design program.
Nuclear thermal rocket plume interactions with spacecraft. Final report by Yin, X.; Mauk, B.H.; Gatsonis, N.A.; Buzby, J.; Washington Procurement Operations Office, Washington, DC (United States).; Johns Hopkins University. Applied Physics Laboratory.; United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy.; United