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March 31st, 2004 Calculations of flexibility in space systems 1 Calculations of Flexibility in Space Systems Roshanak Nilchiani Carole Joppin Prof. Daniel Hastings
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March 31st, 2004 Calculations of flexibility in space systems 2 Flexibility as the ability of a system to adapt and respond to changes in its initial objectives, requirements and environment occurring after the system is in operation in a timely and cost-effective manner” - (Saleh et. al, 2002) can partially protect the operator against risk and transform uncertainty into new opportunities .
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March 31st, 2004 Calculations of flexibility in space systems 3 Servicing provider Minimum price to charge for servicing Cost of servicing (RSS, ORU, …) Infrastructure development policy $ Servicing customer Lifecycle cost savings Value of “flexibility” Value of servicing = Maximum price willing to pay to be serviced 43 42 1 4 4 3 4 4 2 1 provider the by determined e perspectiv s customer' the from seen as min_serv max_serv P P V serv > Highlighting value of servicing: Shifts focus from provider’s perspective to customer perspective Flexibility Reference: Saleh et al. “Space Systems Flexibility Provided By On-Orbit Servicing: Part II ,” Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets , Vol. 39, Number 4, July-August 2002, pp. 561-570.
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March 31st, 2004 Calculations of flexibility in space systems 4 Provider-side Flexibility –Mix flexibility (long-term change): the strategic ability to offer a variety of services with the given system architecture. –Volume flexibility
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