Applied Space Systems Engineering (Space Technology Series) / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Applied Space Systems Engineering is the 17th book produced by the US Air Force Academy’s Space Technology Series team. The purpose of Applied Space Systems Engineering (ASSE) is to provide inspiration, processes, approaches, tools, and information for systems engineers that are leading the way in complex aerospace system design, development, and operation. An extensive author and editor team created this book based on a complete and rigorous set of systems engineer competencies rooted in the experiences and philosophies of seasoned space systems engineers from across the community. The “best of the best” performing system engineers have contributed their wealth of experience, successful tools and approaches, and lessons learned to this project.
This book presents the “how-to” necessary to “systems engineer” complex aerospace-related projects, along with information to help the aspiring or current systems engineer achieve a higher level of understanding and performance. It’s geared to practitioners as they work through projects, but may also serve as a primary text or reference for graduate-level courses and development programs. Many aerospace-related case studies, examples, and lessons learned are spread throughout ASSE to provide historical insights and practical applications.
A companion text, Applied Project Management for Space Systems, is also available.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Higher Education|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)|
Table of Contents
1 Space Systems Engineering2 Stakeholder Expectations and Requirements Definition3 Concept of Operations and System Operational Architecture4 Engineering and Managing System Requirements5 System Functional and Physical Partitioning 6 Decision Making 7 Lifecycle Cost Analysis 8 Technical Risk Management 9 Product Implementation 10 System Integration 11 Verification and Validation 12 Product Transition 13 Plan and Manage the Technical Effort 14 Technical Direction and Management: The Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) in Action 15 Manage Interfaces 16 Manage Configuration 17 Manage Technical Data 18 Technical Assessment and Reviews 19 FireSAT End-to-End Case Study: A Parable of Space Systems Engineering in Seven Parts