US Navy Roadmap to Structural Health and Usage Monitoring - The Present and Future

@inproceedings{Maley2007USNR,
  title={US Navy Roadmap to Structural Health and Usage Monitoring - The Present and Future},
  author={Maley and Scott and Phan and Nam and Plets and Volker John},
  year={2007}
}
The USN continues to operate under austere budgets and increased operational demands, while striving to meet the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) vision of “the right readiness, at the right cost.” One of the cornerstones to achieve this goal of affordable readiness is the Structural Health and Usage Monitoring (SHUM) program, an initiative to leverage existing and emerging technologies to manage and maximize the structural life of the fleet, from the airframe level to the component level. It… CONTINUE READING

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