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Military Airframe Acquisition Costs

The Effects of Lean Manufacturing

by Cynthia R. Cook

  • 347 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aviation manufacturing industry,
  • Weapons & equipment,
  • Military Science,
  • Costs,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Military,
  • USA,
  • Quality control,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Cost control,
  • Aerospace industries,
  • Airplanes, Military,
  • Design and construction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9767060M
    ISBN 10083303023X
    ISBN 109780833030238

    Increase visibility of O&S costs and their drivers across the life cycle of acquisition programs. This O&S Cost Management Guidebook provides methods for analyzing available data and identifying cost driving elements to reduce O&S costs. Purpose This guidebook highlights the criticality of early O&S cost management through product design. RAM Rolling Airframe Missile 28 close combat and vertical operations across the full spectrum of military operations. Program Acquisition Costs. Program Acquisition Costs.

      Airframe mechanics work in hangars, repair stations, or out on the airfield on the "flight lines" where aircraft park. Mechanic (Airframe) applicants must be at least 18 years old, be able to read, write, speak and understand English, and meet education, training and experience requirements. PROGRAM ACQUISITION COSTS (Dollars in Millions) Page MISSILES FY FY FY No. Army Contd. AVENGER Missile System 0 27 Navy RAM Rolling Airframe Missile 28 STANDARD Missile (Air Defense) 29 TOMAHAWK Cruise Missile 30 TRIDENT II Submarine Launched.

    Get this from a library! Aircraft airframe cost estimating relationships: bombers and transports. [Ronald W Hess; H P Romanoff; United States. Air Force.; Rand Corporation.] -- "This Note is part of a series that derives a set of equations suitable for estimating the acquisition costs of various types of aircraft airframes in the absence of detailed design and manufacturing. Obaid Younossi's 24 research works with citations and 1, reads, including: Titanium: Industrial Base, Price Trends, and Technology Initiatives.


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: Military Airframe Acquisition Costs: The Effects of Lean Manufacturing (): Cynthia R. Cook: BooksCited by:   This report discusses the effects of airframe material mix andmanufacturing techniques on airframe costs, emphasizing the effectof new manufacturing techniques.

It also presents statistical analy-sesof a new airframe historical cost data set, MACDAR, which isowned by the Air Force Cost Analysis Agency (AFCAA).This project was requested by. Get this from a library. Military airframe acquisition costs: the effects of lean manufacturing.

[Cynthia R Cook; John C Graser; United States. Air Force.; Project Air Force (U.S.)] -- During the past couple of decades, many segments of U.S. industry have benefited from introducing new manufacturing techniques that save money by increasing efficiency and reducing overhead.

Military Airframe Acquisition Costs. The Effects of Lean Manufacturing. by Cynthia R. Cook, John C. Graser. Related Topics: Military Acquisition and Procurement, Military Aircraft, National Security and Terrorism; Citation; View related productsCited by: Military airframe acquisition costs: the effects of lean manufacturing.

Santa Monica, CA: Rand. MLA Citation. Cook, Cynthia R. and Graser, John C. and United States. Air Force. and Project Air Force (U.S.). Military airframe acquisition costs: the effects of lean manufacturing / Cynthia R. Cook, John C. Graser Rand Santa Monica, CA   In recent years, a number of attempts Military Airframe Acquisition Costs book been made to estimate the cost of future weapon systems toward the goal of optimizing acquisition policy.

This report focuses specifically on the effects of material mix, manufacturing techniques, and geometric part complexity on the cost of military. Book Descriptions: Analyzes the effects of materials and manufacturing techniques on airframe costs and explores the implications of these effects on acquisition policy.

Military Airframe Costs: The Effects of Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Processes by. Military Airframe Costs: The Effects of Advances Materials and Manufacturing Processes: The Effects of Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Processes.

xMilitary Airframe Costs: The Effects of Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Processes by Obaid Younossi, Michael Kennedy, and John C. Graser, MRAF, x Military Airframe Acquisition Costs: The Effects of Lean Manufacturing by Cynthia R.

Military Airframe Costs by Obaid Younossi,Michael Kennedy,John C. Graser Book Resume: In recent years, a number of attempts have been made to estimate the cost of future weapon systems toward the goal of optimizing acquisition policy.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. DTIC ADA Military Airframe Acquisition Costs. The Effects of Lean Manufacturing by Defense Technical Information Center.

• In An Overview of Acquisition Reform Cost Savings Estimates, MRAF, Mark Lorell and John C. Graser used relevant literature and interviews to determine whether estimates of the efficacy of acquisition reform measures are robust enough to be of predictive value. • In Military Airframe Acquisition Costs: The Effects of Lean.

R.W. Hess and H.P. Romanoff Aircraft Airframe Cost Estimating Relationships Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, Category: Aerospace Engineering Rating: 3-Stars Love it or hate it, cost estimation is an important part of developing and selling a worthwhile product.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Military Airframe Costs: The Effects of Advances Materials and Manufacturing Processes: The Effects of Manufacturer: RAND Corporation. Get this from a library.

Military airframe acquisition costs: the effects of lean manufacturing. [Cynthia R Cook; John C Graser; United States. Air Force.; Project Air Force (U.S.)] -- This report examines the package of new tools and techniques known as "lean production" to see if it would enable aircraft manufacturers to produce new weapon systems at costs below those predicted.

Get this from a library. Military airframe costs: the effects of advanced materials and manufacturing processes. [Obaid Younossi; Michael Kennedy; John C Graser; United States. Air Force.; Project Air Force (U.S.)] -- "In recent years, a number of attempts have been made to estimate the cost of future weapon systems toward the goal of optimizing acquisition policy.

structures and propulsion, airframe systems, avionics, flight controls and weapons, respec-tively. These chapters describe the interiors of aircraft, ranging from structures to weapon systems via airframe systems, avionic systems and landing gears.

In Chapter 8 the crucial areas of acquisition and operating costs are discussed and some. This report is part of a project responding to a call by the U.S. Air Force to update cost estimating methodologies for new weapons systems-in particular, fighter aircraft. The Air Force was concerned that Cost Estimating Relationships (CERs) based on older aircraft did not adequately reflect the acquisition and manufacturing environment within which a new fighter, such as the Joint Strike.

Get this from a library. Aircraft airframe cost estimating relationships: fighters. [Ronald W Hess; H P Romanoff; United States. Air Force.; Rand Corporation.] -- "This Note is part of a series that derives a set of equations suitable for estimating the acquisition costs of various types of aircraft airframes in the absence of detailed design and manufacturing.

The generation of more timely cost-estimating models would thus appear to form the cornerstone of sound acquisition policy. In Military Airframe Costs: The Effects of Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Processes, RAND researchers Obaid Younossi, Michael Kennedy, and John C.

Graser address this issue by updating existing cost-estimating. Lavi Book. Lavi; Friday, Janu Lavi Book: Illustrations As I had previously indicated, the one thing that I would most have liked to have seen done differently with my recently published book on the Lavi, would have been to include more photographs, more .Program Acquisition Costs ($ Millions) FY FY FY Qty Amt Qty Amt Qty Amt Procurement Modifications - - Initial Spares - - - Subtotal RDT&E,N Military Construction - - - TOTAL Each airframe cost observation is partitioned into six components based on phases of the development or production cycle, e.g., flight test costs and manufacturing labor wages.

Confidence measures are then compared for alternative model forms and for the use of a single regression on total costs versus the aggregation of regressions on.