UNLIMITED FREE ACCESS TO THE WORLD'S BEST IDEAS

SUBMIT
Already a GlobalSpec user? Log in.

This is embarrasing...

An error occurred while processing the form. Please try again in a few minutes.

Customize Your GlobalSpec Experience

Finish!
Privacy Policy

This is embarrasing...

An error occurred while processing the form. Please try again in a few minutes.

- Trained on our vast library of engineering resources.

MODUK - DEF STAN 02-041

Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Ships

active, Most Current
Buy Now
Organization: MODUK
Publication Date: 14 May 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 65
scope:

This document describes the requirements for setting up and maintaining a CM System for In- Service and new-build surface ships that will ensure coherency of In-Service support derived from CM data.

The product in the context of this document is the platform comprising multiple equipment, i.e. this document describes the CM principles that enable a collection of configurations brought together to establish a collective configuration of the platform as a whole.

This document defines the requirements for establishing and maintaining the Configuration Baseline [Ship Fit Definition (SFD)] based on information classified as the Class Datum Pack (CDP), which is a subset of Engineering Information (EI) produced to design, build, operate, maintain and dispose of a platform. See figure 1.

The principle of this standard applies to those projects / surface ships covered under Common Support Model, Contracting for Availability (CFA) and Contractor Logistic Support (CLS).

The principles and requirements in this document apply to both Legacy Supported platforms and Digital Supported platforms. (See clause 4.2.1). It is recognised however that there will be differences as to how these will be implemented for each Class, to achieve the required outcomes. These variances will be captured within a Class-specific Configuration Management Plan (CMP). See clause 5.3.

This document does not cover the procedures and processes used for the production and publication of platform support products, i.e. the Support Information (SI), derived from CM data.

Though a sub-set of the Datum Pack will inform the content of the Ship Information Pack, this document does not define the full content of the Ship Information Pack (SIP) which is the support information provided to ship staff on-board a platform. This information is still being developed.

Document History

DEF STAN 02-041
May 14, 2020
Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Ships
This document describes the requirements for setting up and maintaining a CM System for In- Service and new-build surface ships that will ensure coherency of In-Service support derived from CM data....
July 31, 2015
Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Ships
This document describes the requirements for setting up and maintaining a CM System for in-service and new-build surface ships that will ensure coherency of in-service support derived from CM data....
May 4, 2012
Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Ships
This document describes the requirements for setting up and maintaining a CM System for in-service and new-build surface ships that will ensure coherency of in-service support derived from CM data....
May 4, 2012
Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Ships
This document describes the requirements for setting up and maintaining a CM System for in-service and new-build surface ships that will ensure coherency of in-service support derived from CM data....
November 10, 2000
Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Warships
This Naval Engineering Standard (NES) describes the requirements and procedure for setting up and maintaining a Configuration Management System suitable for Surface Warships. It also sets out the MOD...
November 10, 2000
Requirements for Configuration Management of Surface Warships
This Naval Engineering Standard (NES) describes the requirements and procedure for setting up and maintaining a Configuration Management System suitable for Surface Warships. It also sets out the MOD...

References

Advertisement