Technical Performance Measures

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Technical Performance Measures

  1. 1. Tracking and Controlling TPMs What is….. TPMs - Are set of measures that provides the supplier and acquirer with insight into progress to plan of the technical solution.
  2. 2. Tracking and Controlling TPMs What is….. TPMs - Are set of measures that provides the supplier and acquirer with insight into progress to plan of the technical solution.
  3. 3. Tracking and Controlling TPMs What is…..
  4. 4. Tracking and Controlling TPMs What is….. Attribute - determine how well a system or system element is satisfying or expected to satisfy a technical requirement or goal.
  5. 5. Tracking and Controlling TPMs example Solar Oven • When a loaf of bread is finished baking, its internal temperature should be 200°F • To reach this internal temperature, commercial bakeries bake the loaf at 445°F
  6. 6. Tracking of Other Design Considerations  As the designer evolves through the detail design and development process, including the conduct of the essential trade-off analyses leading to the selection of specific components, he/she must be cognizant of considerations other than the obvious TPMs. Conducting 1. 2. 3. 4. Identifications of the items to be reviewed A selected date for the review. An agenda for the review. A design review board representing the organizational elements and disciplines.
  7. 7. Tracking of Other Design Considerations  As the designer evolves through the detail design and development process, including the conduct of the essential trade-off analyses leading to the selection of specific components, he/she must be cognizant of considerations other than the obvious TPMs. Conducting 6. 7. 8. 9. Equipment and/or software requirements for the review. Design data requirements for the review. Funding requirements. Reporting requirements and the mechanism for accomplishing the follow-up actions.
  8. 8. Incorporating Design Changes  After a baseline has been established as a result of a formal design review, changes are frequently initiated for any one of a number of reasons such as correct design deficiency, improve a product, incorporate a new technology, improve the level of sustainability, respond to a change in operational requirements, vompensate for an obsolete component..
  9. 9. Configuration Control Board - Each proposed change must be thoroughly evaluated in terms of its impact on other elements of the system, the specified TPMs, life cycle cost, and the various considerations.

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