Ship Systems Staging Diagrams for DDG-2 Class Ships.
ARINC RESEARCH CORP ANNAPOLIS MD
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The Ship Systems Staging Diagram SSSD, heretofore known as Ship Systems Definition and Index SSDI, is an orderly identification and structuring of the systems and subsystems that make up a ship. By defining ship systems as well as their boundaries and interfaces, the SSSD provides a common language for communicating information about ship configurations. The SSSD is thus useful to all Navy activities involved in the life-cycle operation, maintenance, modernization, and support of ships. The SSSD presented herein is an original compilation for the DDG-2 class of Navy ships. It incorporates the latest changes to the coding identifications of systems, subsystems, equipments, and components to bring them into conformance with the current SWBSSWABSECAS Staging Index for Surface Ships. Ths Staging Index, and its supporting Component Dictionary Code CDC, is compatible with the Ships Work Breakdown Structure SWBS and the Ship Work Authorization Boundary SWAB descriptions. This document discusses the general properties of SSSDs Section 2 points out the many ways SSSDs can be utilized by the various Navy activities Section 3 and presents the SSSDs for the DDG-2 ship class Section 4.
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