NASA-Systems Engineering

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Unformatted text preview: Organizations 3.4 Prime Contractor I&V Organization 3.5 Subcontractor I&V Organizations Verification Team Operational Relationships 4.1 Verification Team Scheduling and Review Meetings 4.2 Verification and Design Reviews 4.3 Data Discrepancy Reporting and Resolution Procedures Systems Qualification Verification 5.1 Tests* 5.2 Analyses 5.3 Inspections 5.4 Demonstrations 6.0 Systems Acceptance Verification 6.1 Tests* 6.2 Analyses 6.3 Inspections 6.4 Demonstrations 7.0 Launch Site Verification 8.0 On-Orbit Verification 9.0 1.0 Post-Mission/Disposal Verification 10.0 Verification Documentation 11.0 Verification Methodology 12.0 Support Equipment 12.1 Ground Support Equipment 12.2 Flight Support Equipment 12.3 Transportation, Handling, and Other Logistics Support 12.4 TDRSS/NASCOM Support 13.0 Facilities * This section contains subsections for each type of test, e.g., EMI/EMC, mechanisms, thermal/vacuum. This fur ther division by type applies also to analyses, inspections, and demonstrations. NASA Systems Engineering Handbook Prefixes for SI Units Factor Prefix Appendix C—Use of the Metric System C.1 NASA Policy It is NASA policy (see NM1 8010.2A and NHB 7120.5) to: • • • • C.2 Adopt the International System of Units, known by the international abbreviation SI and defined by ANSI/IEEE Std 268-1992, as the preferred system of weights and measurements for all major system development programs. Use the metric system in procurements, grants and business-related activities to the extent economically feasible. Permit continued use of the inch-pound system of measurement for existing systems. Permit hybrid metric and inch-pound systems when full use of metric units is impractical or will compromise safety or performance. Pronunciation 1024 1021 1018 1015 1012 109 yotta zetta exa peta tera giga Y Z E P T G 106 103 102 10 1 10-1 10-2 10-3 10-6 10-9 10-12 10-15 10-18 10-21 10-24 mega kilo hecto* deka* M k h da YOTT-a (a as in about) ZETT-a (a as in about) EX-a (a as in about) PET-a (...
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