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  • design interface

    The integration of the quantitative design characteristics of systems engineering (reliability, maintainability, etc.) with the functional logistics elements. Design interface reflects the driving relationship of system design parameters to product support resource requirements. These design parameters are expressed in operational terms rather than as inherent values and specifically relate to system requirements. Product support requirements are derived to ensure the system meets its availability goals, and to effectively balance design and support costs of the system. Basic items that need to be considered as part of design interface include: • Reliability • Maintainability • Supportability • IPS Elements • Affordability • Configuration Management (CM) • Safety requirements • Environmental and hazardous material (HAZMAT) requirements • Human Systems Integration (HSI) • Anti-Tamper • Habitability • Disposal • Legal requirements

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