Reducing the effect of damage on operational effectiveness with DINCS technology
van Bodegraven, K.S.
de Wildt, F.W.J.
TNO Defensie en Veiligheid
The combat systems of a naval ship are essential to the operational effectiveness of the maritime unit; less obviously, this is also true for several marine systems. The operation of the combat systems, the control of (battle) damage, and the ship’s mobility all depend on functions provided by a subset of the marine systems: the electrical system, chilled water system, fire fighting systems, propulsion system, and steering system. And these functions are just as much essential to the maritime unit’s operational effectiveness as the functions provided by the combat systems.
Physics & Electronics ; Building Engineering & Civil Engineering
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DSS - Distributed Sensor Systems ; SD - Structural Dynamics
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Defence, Safety and Security
Multi agent networks
10th International Naval Engineering Conference (INEC 2010), 11-13 May 2010, Portsmouth, UK.