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Naval Power and Energy Systems,Existing Ships,MVAC Architectures. MVDC Architectures,Dec 8 2016 DDG 1000 and LCS 2,US Navy Photo by Ace Rheaume. 6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 2,Properties of a Naval Power. and Energy System,Limited rotational inertia AC frequency is. not a constant,Lack of Time Scale Separation,Load sharing vice Power Scheduling. Short electrical distances,Load dynamics very important. System behavior dominated by controls,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 3. Systems Engineering IEEE 45 3,Systems studies analysis and reports. Electrical Power System Concept of Operations EPS CONOPS. Electric load analysis,Load flow analysis,Transient analysis. Short circuit fault current analysis,Harmonic frequency analysis. Stability analysis,Failure Modes and Effects Analysis FMEA. Electromagnetic Interference EMI analysis,Thermal analysis. Electrical power system data for life cycle cost analysis. Electrical power system data for signature analysis. Safe return to port survivability analysis report,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 4. Systems Engineering IEEE 45 3,Systems studies analysis and reports continued. Electrical power system one line diagram,Future power growth assessment. Protection system design report,Grounding system design report. Electrical power system corrosion control report,Electrical power system equipment section of the. ship s weight report,Auxiliary system requirements derived from the. electrical power system,Electrical power system section of the master. equipment list,Electrical power system input to machinery and. ship arrangements,Electrical power system input to endurance fuel. calculations,Incident energy analysis,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 5. Naval Power and Energy System,Design Objectives,Power Reliability. Power Quality,Quality of Service,Power System,Survivability. Zonal Survivability,Compartment,Survivability,Zonal Design. Complexity,Acquisition Cost,Operating and Support,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 6. Power Quality AC Systems,Interface Standards,MIL STD 1399 300B. MIL STD 1399 680,Loads responsible for,Energy Storage. Limited Pulse Loads,Rotating Machine,source of power. 6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 7,High Energy Mission Systems. Integration Challenge, Radar Understanding how the combined load stresses the. power system is essential to prevent system failure or. failure at one of the loads,SSL Combined Power,Load Challenge. Ships cannot support High Power Systems without modifications to the ship s. Electric Power System and other ship systems,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 8. Power Quality DC Systems,Naval Surface Combatants,DDG 1000 re introduces DC Low Voltage. power to Naval Surface 28 V MIL STD 704 note 1,Combatants 155 V MIL STD 1399 390. Standard DC voltages defined in 270 V MIL STD 704 note 1. T9300 AF PRO 020 375 V,Power Quality Standards for 650 V. voltages above 270 V are under High Voltage,development aka Medium Voltage. Note 1 for interfaces with,vehicles and systems designed for. vehicles or modules,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 9. Quality of Service,Metric for how reliable a,distributed system provides its. commodity to the standards,required by the user,Measured as a MTBF. Not all service interruptions are QOS,Uses Reliability type analysis but in. different ways,QOS does not take into account,Battle Damage collisions fire. flooding etc,QOS ensures the ship can,perform its mission under. normal conditions when it is,not damaged,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 10. Survivability,Design Threats Design Threat Outcomes. Key differentiation between commercial and naval ships. Survivability Elements,Susceptibility,Vulnerability. Recoverability,A Survivability Strategy,Zonal Survivability. USS Howorth DD 592 sunk as target 8 March 1962,Compartment Survivability. SURVIVABILITY IS A PROPERTY OF THE TOTAL SHIP, SHOULD BE ADDRESSED BY AN OVERALL SURVIVABILITY STRATEGY. 6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 11,Survivability Elements. Susceptibility, A measure of the capability of the ship mission critical systems and. crew to avoid and or defeat an attack and is a function of operational. tactics signature reduction countermeasure and self defense system. effectiveness,Vulnerability, A measure of the capability of the ship mission critical systems and. crew to withstand the initial damage effects from conventional CBR or. asymmetric threat weapons or accidents and to continue to perform. assigned primary warfare missions and protect the crew from serious. injury or death,Recoverability, A measure of the capability of the ship and crew after initial damage. effects whatever the cause to take emergency action to contain and. control damage prevent loss of a damaged ship minimize personnel. casualties and restore and sustain primary mission capabilities. OPNAV INSTRUCTION 9070 1A Survivability Policy and Standards for Surface Ships and Craft of the U S Navy. 6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 12,Susceptibility in Naval Power System. Signatures most influenced by power system,Quality of Service Reliability helps ensure. mission systems are available to defeat,weapons before they affect the ship. 6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 13,Zonal and Compartment Survivability. as applied to Distributed Systems,Zonal Survivability. Zonal Survivability is the ability of the distributed system. when experiencing internal faults due to damage or. equipment failure confined to adjacent zones to ensure. loads in undamaged zones do not experience an,interruption in service or commodity parameters. outside of normal parameters,Sometimes only applied to Vital Loads. Compartment Survivability, Even though a zone is damaged some important loads. within the damaged zone may survive For critical non. redundant mission system equipment and loads, supporting in zone damage control efforts an increase. level of survivability beyond zonal survivability is. For these loads two sources of commodity should be. provided such that if the load is expected to survive at. least one of the sources should also be expected to. ZONAL SURVIVABILITY addresses VULNERABILITY, COMPARTMENT SURVIVABILITY addresses RECOVERABILITY. 6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 14,Interaction of Survivability and QOS. Many design decisions that,impact Survivability will also. impact QOS,Redundancy,May be added for either,Survivability Vital Load or for. Rating of equipment Quality of,Survivability,Exceptions Service. QOS is not sensitive to,equipment location,Survivability is not very. sensitive to reliability of,System line ups can impact one. more than the other,Parallel vs Split Plant,6 1 2017 Approved for Public Release 15.
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