ASSESSING THE SIMULTANEOUS IMPACT OF REQUIREMENTS , VEHICLE CHARACTERISTICS , AND TECHNOLOGIES DURING AIRCRAFT DESIGN

@inproceedings{Baker2001ASSESSINGTS,
  title={ASSESSING THE SIMULTANEOUS IMPACT OF REQUIREMENTS , VEHICLE CHARACTERISTICS , AND TECHNOLOGIES DURING AIRCRAFT DESIGN},
  author={Andrew Baker and Dimitri N. Mavris},
  year={2001}
}
It is clear that the most fundamental issue for the aircraft designer in the early definition phases of the design process is the effect that requirements have on the system. Requirements drive initial design studies, procurement decisions, and ultimately operational effectiveness and cost. However, it is often the case that the impact of changes and/or ambiguity in requirements is usually not well understood since the relationships between requirements, technologies, and the design space is… CONTINUE READING

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