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Framework for systematic evaluation of environmental ship design

by Christopher S. Trost

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Published by Available from National Technical Information Service in Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • REFRIGERANTS,
  • ATTACK SUBMARINES

  • About the Edition

    Increasing awareness of environmental issues related to product design, development, use and disposal is requiring that designers account for environmental issues that had previously been neglected. In the military, these requirements are being added at the same time budgets are being cut and performance expectations are being increased. A successful design must be able to incorporate a strategy that will satisfy cost, performance, quality, maintenance and legal criteria while also optimizing environmental objectives. To meet these objectives, a formal design approach or framework that considers a life-cycle evaluation of environmental requirements, cost and performance criteria is needed. A framework is developed which considers both the engineering design requirements for the physical system, as well as the political constraints that often impact system design but are rarely formally considered. The New Attack Submarine program is used as a baseline for evaluating political constraints. Applications of the analytic hierarchy process and multiattribute utility functions are used to convey unspecified constraints to system design engineers. A case study of the approach recommended is developed using the air conditioning plants designed for the new attack submarine to eliminate the use of R-114 refrigerant.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination149 leaves ;
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25312128M
    OCLC/WorldCa640482046

      There is little systematic operational guidance about how best to develop complex interventions to reduce the gap between practice and evidence. This article is one in a Series of articles documenting the development and use of the Theoretical Domains Framework (TDF) to advance the science of implementation research. The intervention was developed considering three main . design of an evaluation plan. Sections focus on how to design an evaluation and the activities involved in car - rying one out. It also includes a Resources section with information on specific topics relevant to the subject of strategy evaluation. A Glossary is included at the end of this document and covers commonly used evaluation.

      K–12 Environmental Education: Guidelines for Excellence provides students, parents, caregivers, educators and others a roadmap to achieving environmental literacy by setting expectations for fourth (age 10), eighth (age 14) and twelfth grade (age 18) students and outlining a framework for effective and comprehensive environmental education. The unique strength of this effort allows for the inclusion of optimization routines, leading to a systematic search for better designs using gradient-based and/or heuristic approaches. The optimization cabaility has been extended to CFD applications and resulted in a framework that allows the computer to invent and optimize new heat exchanger.

    Therefore, design and retrofits must fulfil not only present but also future requirements for environmental sustainability. This chapter describes the basic details of several methods and tools that can be used in environmental assessments within the shipping industry. Environmental Assessment at the sector and national levels”. This good practice guidance explains the benefits of using SEA in development co-operation and sets out key steps for its application based on recent experiences.


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This book deals with ship design and in particular with methodologies of the preliminary design of ships. The book is complemented by a basic bibliography and. The long-awaited new edition is here. Evaluation: A Systematic Approach, by Peter H. Rossi, Mark W.

Lipsey, and Gary T. Henry, is the best-selling comprehensive introduction to the field of program evaluation, covering the range of evaluation research activities used in appraising the design, implementation, effectiveness, and efficiency of social programs.

This paper introduces a systematic, transferable and proactive framework estimating the risk for maritime transportation systems, meeting the requirements stemming from the adopted formal definition of risk.

The framework focuses on ship–ship collisions in the open sea, with a RoRo/Passenger ship (RoPax) being considered as the struck ship.

In this chapter, a multilevel computer-aided framework for systematic design of more sustainable chemical processes is presented. The framework allows the use of appropriate computer-aided methods and tools in a hierarchical manner according to a developed work flow for a multilevel criteria analysis that helps generate competing and more.

systematic approach to capacity development by clarifying objectives, assess prevailing capacity factors, identify appropriate agents of change and change processes, and guide the design of effective learning activities.

The framework addresses a gap often found between broad overall objectives and specific learning activities. Effective program evaluation is a systematic way to improve and account for public health actions by involving procedures that are useful, feasible, ethical, and accurate.

The Framework for Evaluation in Public Health [1] guides public health professionals in their use of program evaluation. framework to provide complete evaluation guidance.

Instead, the framework identifies key evaluation practices, which can be complimented by additional guidance listed in 1: Resources.1 Diagram 1: Key Parts of the Evaluation Framework This framework is intended for two audiences.

First, it is intended to guide people involved in. The book not only covers the various stages of the design of the main ship system, but also addresses relevant major onboard systems/components in terms of life-cycle performance to offer readers a better understanding of suitable outfitting details, which is a key aspect when it comes the outfitting-intensive products of international shipyards.

environmental analyses. It cannot replace the use of professionally qualified and experienced staff. The Logical Framework approach can help project design, implementation and evaluation, but clearly does not do away with the need for other project tools especially those related to technical, economic, social and environmental analyses.

Conceptual frameworks are recommended as a way of applying theory to enhance implementation efforts. The Knowledge to Action (KTA) Framework was developed in Canada by Graham and colleagues in the s, following a review of 31 planned action theories.

The framework has two components: Knowledge Creation and an Action Cycle, each of which comprises multiple. computer in ship design, automation in ship production, a more systematic fabrication and up righting process, and larger and greater transportation system.

With the introduction of these new technologies, various kind of ship has been built to cope up with the advancement of the world economy. A ship was designed to move on top, on, or below. 14 † DOI: /pfi † MARCH take a systems approach, add value, and work in partner- ship and collaborate with clients and other specialists.

The basic process as stated in Standards 5–10 is the process represented in the HPT model: † Be systematic—Needs or opportunity analysis.

The proposed framework was synthesised from a systematic literature review of peer-reviewed and grey literature on existing evaluation frameworks for public health programmes as well as processes employed by health-related organisations when selecting best practices.

A best practice is firstly defined as an intervention that has shown evidence. framework, a relatively limited number of cases were studied at some depth, including studies of the finished SEA reports and document as well as interviews with the desk officers and consultants involved.

SEA Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) has been defined as "a systematic. This guidance is designed to apply to COSO’s enterprise risk management (ERM) framework, Enterprise Risk Management—Integrating with strategy and performance.

It addresses an increasing need for companies to integrate environmental, social and governance-related risks (ESG) into. A systematic application of scientific methods to assess the conceptualization, design, implementation, and utility of interventions and programs. 7 CDC’s Framework for Program Evaluation Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Framework for Program Evaluation in. Strategic environmental assessment and transport planning: towards a generic framework for evaluating practice and developing guidance Thomas B. Fischer Department of Civic Design, The University of Liverpool, 74 Bedford Street South, Liverpool, L69 7ZQ, UK E-mail: [email protected]

The authors of this book conducted several research initiatives in the area of computer security, privacy and cyber forensics. The content reported is the result of a 4-year research project on the aspect oriented security hardening of UML design models and is based on a fruitful collaboration between Concordia University and Ericsson under a research partnership program of the Canadian.Advantages and Limitations of Using the Logical Framework Advantages Limitations • It helps you ask the right questions.

• It guides systematic and logical analysis of the key interrelated elements that constitute a well-designed project. • It defines linkages between the project and external factors.Ship Design I Manuel Ventura • Evaluation A process of assessing the degree to which a solution satisfies the goals that were originally stated.

An engineering system design process can be seen as a • It is the systematic approach to the integrated and simultaneous design of.