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Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society of Systems Engineering
Editor in Chief :
Chul Whan Kim / Jae Cheon Jung
Volume & Issues
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Dec 2013
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Jun 2013
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A study of unmanned light rail vehicle(K-AGT) system engineering process under Safety Requirement, IEC 62267
Kwon, Sang Don ; Lee, Hi Sung ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 1~11
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.001
In this study, unattended Light Rail Transit System (K-AGT) is a general-purpose standards safety requirements of IEC 62267 based System Engineering Process (SEP) was used. Functional analysis and physical architecting for each requirements through the vehicle was classified into sub-systems, design was analyzed in terms of SE. The analysis of the proposed system engineering process, unattended train operation (UTO), driverless train operation(DTO) design of the safety measures to be used as the basis is studied.
Analysis of Operational Concept Development Guide, Process and A Case Study
Park, Joongyong ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 13~23
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.013
Operational Concept Descriptions or Document(OCD) shall be developed to understand stakeholder's desire for to-be-delivered system. But there is little study on methodology of OCD generation and many developers do not understand importance of OCD in Korea. According to Nicole Roberts' industry(18 U.S. companies and organizations) survey, only 30% of system development projects had OCD, too. Researchers and developers have opposing views regarding the generation of an OCD. Many researchers believe that the development and use of operational concepts at the start of large projects is essential. Alternatively, developers may view the OCD as a burden to the development process rather than an enabler due to the extensive documentation requirement. In this paper a couple of OCD guidelines were investigated to clarify how to build a CONOPS effectively and what to include. Finally, OCD for rotorcraft based Personal Air Vehicle System(PAVS) was developed as a case study. In the future, a template for generating OCD appropriate to Korean environment could be proposed.
A Study on a Modified Documentation Set based on Systems Engineering for Unitary Development Phase of an Weapon System
Sung, Il ; Kim, Jin Seok ; Lee, Bong Ki ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 25~31
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.025
In this paper, we have analyzed documentation cases since DAPA establishment, in which documents must be produced as a result of weapon system development corresponding to systems engineering procedures. To develop documentation materials based on systems engineering, instructions of DAPA and US military standards that define development phases, are presented and analyzed in the point of standardizing documents. As a result, we propose a kind of documentation based on systems engineering which is essential for the weapon system development.
A Case Study on the Application of Systems Engineering to the Development of PHWR Core Management Support System
Yeom, Choong Sub ; Kim, Jin Il ; Song, Young Man ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 33~45
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.033
Systems Engineering Approach was applied to the development of operator-support core management system based on the on-site operation experience and document of core management procedures, which is for enhancing operability and safety in PHWR (Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor) operation. The dissertation and definition of the system were given on th basis of investigating and analyzing the core management procedures. Fuel management, detector calibration, safety management, core power distribution monitoring, and integrated data management were defined as main user's requirements. From the requirements, 11 upper functional requirements were extracted by considering the on-site operation experience and investigating documents of core management procedures. Detailed requirements of the system which were produced by analyzing the upper functional requirements were identified by interviewing members who have responsibility of the core management procedures, which were written in SRS (Software Requirement Specification) document by using IEEE 830 template. The system was designed on the basis of the SRS and analysis in terms of nuclear engineering, and then tested by simulation using on-site data as a example. A model of core power monitoring related to the core management was suggested and a standard process for the core management was also suggested. And extraction, analysis, and documentation of the requirements were suggested as a case in terms of systems engineering.
A study on Verification Process for LRT's Power Supply System Based on the ISO/IEC 15288
Choi, Won Chan ; Bae, Joon Ho ; Heo, Jae Hun ; Lee, Sang Geun ; Han, Seok Youn ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 47~53
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.047
The object of this study is to define systematically for outputs of Verification Process among the system life cycle process based on ISO/IEC 15288 for power supply system, which is one of the importance sub-systems to configure the LRT system. Furthermore, to prevent various problem in advance that can occur in the Transition LRT's power supply to be completed Integration. For this purpose, traceability of verification requirement and outputs. should be managed to use verification for system requirement and data processing tool. by system engineering techniques of system life cycle process based on ISO/IEC 15288 to LRT system.
NPP Site Selection : A Systems Engineering Approach
Pwani, Henry ; Kamanja, Florah ; Zolkaffly, Zulfakar ; Jung, J.C. ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 55~63
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.055
Nuclear power plant site selection is a complex process and its successful completion is a critical milestone in the NPP development cycle. Proper siting of NPP will ensure public health and safety, environmental conservation, reduced project failure risks and a smooth NPP development process among other benefits. The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the application of systems engineering to the problem of NPP siting in Kenya. The siting process demonstrated in this paper includes stakeholder need analysis where stakeholders are identified and their needs concerning NPP site are elicited and converted into system functional requirements. A value model is then developed and potential sites iteratively subjected to three types of criteria i.e. exclusionary criteria, avoidance criteria and suitability criteria. This process is used to identify the candidate sites. An additive value model; multiple objectives Decision Analysis (MODA) is then used to calculate candidate solutions values. The site with the highest solution value score is selected. Sensitivity studies using different criterion weight sets (thereby reflecting different viewpoints) can be conducted to assess their effect on the selection of a preferred site and thereby lend additional credibility to the decision process.
Systems Engineering approach to Reliability Centered Maintenance of Containment Spray Pump
Ohaga, Eric Owino ; Lee, Yong-Kwan ; Jung, Jae Cheon ;
Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering, volume 9, issue 1, 2013, Pages 65~84
DOI : 10.14248/JKOSSE.2013.9.1.065
This paper introduces a systems engineering approach to reliability centered maintenance to address some of the weaknesses. Reliability centered maintenance is a systematic, disciplined process that produces an efficient equipment management strategy to reduce the probability of failure . The study identifies the need for RCM, requirements analysis, design for RCM implementation. Value modeling is used to evaluate the value measures of RCM. The system boundary for the study has been selected as containment spray pump and its motor drive. Failure Mode and Criticality Effects analysis is applied to evaluate the failure modes while the logic tree diagram used to determine the optimum maintenance strategy. It is concluded that condition based maintenance tasks should be enhanced to reduce component degradation and thus improve reliability and availability of the component. It is recommended to apply time directed tasks to age related failures and failure finding tasks to hidden failures.