Accession Number : AD1039971

Title :   Sustainability/Logistics-Basing Science and Technology Objective - Demonstration; Demonstration #2 - 300-Person Camp Demonstration

Descriptive Note : Technical Report,01 May 2016,30 Jun 2016


Personal Author(s) : Harris,William III F ; Gildea,Gregg S ; Carpenter,Paul D ; Campbell,Benjamin J ; Benasutti,Patrick B ; Turner,Andrew J ; Krutsch,Michael C ; Miletti,Jose A

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Report Date : 04 Sep 2017

Pagination or Media Count : 221

Abstract : The U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research Development and Engineering Center (NSRDEC) collected data on technologies related to the objectives of Sustainability/Logistics-Basing Science and Technology Objective-Demonstration (SLB-STO-D) at the Base Camp Integration Laboratory (BCIL), Fort Devens, MA. The goal of the SLB-STO-D is to demonstrate emerging materiel solution technologies and associated non-materiel solutions that can reduce the need for fuel resupply by 25 , for water resupply by 75 , and for waste removal by 50 , while maintaining or improving the quality of life at expeditionary base camps. The SLB-STO-D is using modeling and simulation, closely integrated with field demonstrations, to show fuel, water, and waste savings attributed to these technologies. Technologies demonstrated at the BCIL include: Containerized Ice Making Technology (CIMT), Water Demand Reduction Technologies for Forward Operating Base Organizational Equipment (WDR), Self-Sustaining Living Module (SLiM), Minimized Logistics Habitat Unit (MILHUT), Nanoparticle-Polymer Composite for Soldier Power and Energy (NPC), Gray Water Reuse Forward Osmosis/Reverse Osmosis (GWR-FORO), Tactical Vehicle-to-Grid/Vehicle-to-Vehicle Power Demonstration System (V2G/V2V), Self-Powered Waste Water Treatment (WWT-D2), Water Quality Monitoring (Pathogen Monitor) (WQM-PM), HMMWV-Towable Load Following 100kW Power Unit (T100), Self-Powered Solar Water Heater (SPSWH), Energy Informed Operations-Central (EIO-C). This Technical Report documents the objectives, technologies, methods, and results of the Demonstration 2 at the BCIL.

Descriptors :   sustainment , environments , solar heating , waste disposal , water quality , waste reduction , renewable energy , energy consumption , fuels , waste , energy , water , logistics , renewable energy , hygiene , water purification , energy storage , solar cells , energy harvesting

Subject Categories : Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
      Water Pollution and Control
      Solid Wastes Pollution and Control

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE