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S. Department of Defense: Defense Acquisition University Press, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. pdf. 22 Chapter 5 of this report also notes that the DoD has other technology transition mechanisms available. 23 DAUP. 2005. Page 3-3. “ACTDs should consider manufacturing and sustainment issues as a part of their programs. ” 24 DAUP. 2005. Page 3-7. asp. Last accessed October 19, 2011. 25 NRC. 2003. Materials Research to Meet 21st Century Defense Needs. : The National Academies Press. record_id=10631. Last accesed November 17, 2011.
Materials for a Twenty-first Century Military. C. The National Academies Press. record_id=12028. Last accessed on November 17, 2011. PREPUBLICATION COPY SUBJECT TO EDITORAL CHANGE TO BE RELEASED ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011 AT 9:00 AM Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. ” Perhaps unsurprisingly, the recommendations emerging from the present study overlap significantly with some of those from previous studies. One exception is in the area of ICME, where significant action has coalesced.
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: A Transformational Discipline for Improved Competitiveness and National Security. C. The National Academies Press. record_id=12199. PREPUBLICATION COPY SUBJECT TO EDITORAL CHANGE TO BE RELEASED ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011 AT 9:00 AM Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. 31 The study was motivated by the Army’s requirements for improved vehicle transportability and mobility. The requirements mandated that Army trucks consume less fuel, undergo significant weight reduction, have reduced logistical footprints, and require less maintenance.