Ship Systems Definition and Index (SWBS Staging Diagrams) for FF-1052 Class Ships.
ARINC RESEARCH CORP ANNAPOLIS MD
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Under Contract N00140-76-D-0813-0004, ARINC Research Corporation was tasked to revise the FF-1052 Class Ship System Definition and Index SSDI issued in April 1975 to incorporate changes resulting from experience in its application, and to revise the equipment-level code numbers in accordance with a newly issued Component Code Dictionary. The SSDI is an orderly identification and structuring of the systems and subsystems that make up a ship. In defining ship systems as well as their boundaries and interfaces, the SSDI provides a common language for communicating information about ship configurations. The SSDI is thus useful to many naval activites involved in the operation, maintenance, modernization, and support of ships. This report discusses the general properties of SSDIs Section 2, describes the ways SSDIs can be utilized by the various Navy activities Section 3, provides general information on FF-1052 class ships Section 4, and presents the SSDIs for the FF-1052 class Section 5. Author
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