Timing near the completion of the system fabrication

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Unformatted text preview: uot;build-to" baseline sufficiently traceable to assure that no orphan requirements exist? Do the design qualification results from software prototyping and engineering item testing, simulation, and analysis support the conclusion that the system will meet requirements? Are all internal interfaces completely defined and compatible? Are external interfaces current? Are integrated safety analyses complete? Do they show that identified hazards have been controlled, or have those remaining risks which cannot be controlled been waived by the appropriate authority? Are production plans in place and reasonable? Are there adequate quality checks in the production process? Are the logistics support analyses adequate to identify integrated logistics support resource requirements? Are comprehensive system integration and verifica tion plans complete? Results of Review — As a result of successful completion of the CDR, the "build-to" baseline, production, and verification plans are approved. Approved drawings are released and authorized for fabrication. It also authorizes coding of deliverable software (according to the "build-to" baseline and coding standards presented in the review), and system qualification testing and integration. All open issues should be resolved with closure actions and schedules. System Acceptance Review. Purpose— The System Acceptance Review (SAR) examines the system, its end items and documentation, and test data and analyses that support verification. It also ensures that the system has sufficient technical maturity to authorize its shipment to and installation at the launch site or the intended operational facility. Timing —Near the completion of the system fabrication and integration stage. Objectives—The objectives of the SAR are to: • • • Establish that the system is ready to be delivered and accepted under DD-250 Ensure that the system meets acceptance criteria that were established at SDR Establish that the system meets requirements and will function properly in the expected • operational environments as reflected in the test data, demonstrations, and analyses Establish an understanding of the capabilities and operational constraints of the ''as-built'' system, and that the documentation delivered with the system is complete...
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This document was uploaded on 02/26/2014 for the course E 515 at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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