INSTALLING AND REMOVAL TOOLS, CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL CONTACTS, INTERFACIAL SEAL, TYPE III, CLASS 1, COMPOSITION A
Phosphor Bronze, Sheet, Strip, and Plate 94.5Cu - 4.0Sn - 0.19P Spring Temper (H08)
This specification covers a copper alloy (phosphor bronze) in the form of sheet, strip, and plate.
Aluminum Bronze Bars, Rods, and Forgings 87Cu - 9Al - 3Fe, Stress Relieved
Laboratory Testing of Vehicle and Industrial Heat Exchangers for Durability Under Vibration-Induced Loading
BOLT, MACHINE - HEXAGON HEAD, DRILLED 1 HOLE, PD SHANK, CRES AMS5731 (UNS S66286), .1900-32 UNJF-3A
Candidate Improvements to Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Message Set Dictionary [SAE J2735] Using Systems Engineering Methods
Coupling Assembly, Threadless - Flexible, Fixed Cavity, Current Carrying, Self Bonding
REMOVAL TOOLS, CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL CONTACT (CRIMP REMOVABLE), TYPE II, CLASS 1, COMPOSITION A
CONNECTOR, RECEPTACLE EXTERNAL ELECTRIC POWER, AIRCRAFT, 28 VOLT DC OPERATING POWER
BEARING, ROLLER, NEEDLE, SINGLE ROW, HEAVY DUTY, TRACK ROLLER, SEALED, TYPE V ANTIFRICTION, INCH
Single Conductor Cable for Heavy-Duty Applications - Truck and Bus
PIN AND PLUG, EXPANSION, SET OF PARTS CRES, 303, LONG, UNS S30300
Packing, Preformed (PTFE) - AMS3668, Seal
SCOPE IS UNAVAILABLE.
Packing, Preformed - AMS7273, Seal
SCOPE IS UNAVAILABLE.
Configuration and Data Management References
Configuration Change Control for Digital Computer Programs
The very nature of configuration management is the control of the configuration. This was the initial premise under which the control discipline was established and, later, formalized in DoD-D-5010.19 (1969) into a statement which defined control as: "The systematic evaluation, coordination, approval or disapproval, and implementation of all approved changes in the configuration of a configuration item after formal establishment of its configuration identification."
What this definition does not impart is the scope and magnitude of the configuration change control task, or the rationale for configuration changes. The purpose of this bulletin is to describe the software change control process in the context of a structured programming environment.
The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the concepts and principles involved in the configuration control process. It is intended for an individual who has completed a basic introductory course in CM and who requires the deeper knowledge of a CM practitioner rather than a superficial overview.
The overall objective of configuration management is to guarantee the buyer that a given product is what it was intended to be, functionally and physically as defined by contractual drawings and specifications, and to identify the configuration to the lowest level of assembly required to assure repeatable performance, quality, maintainability and reliability in all units of the same product.
Reviews and Configuration Audits
The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the concepts and principles involved in the Review and Configuration Audit process. It is intended for an individual who has completed a basic introductory course in CM and who requires the deeper knowledge of a CM practitioner rather than a superficial overview.
Technical review and product audit practices described in this text are based on Government requirements. This emphasis is made because the Department of Defense DOD) represents a major customer of goods and services and because the referenced specifications and standards reflect good business practices refined over many years of usage. For commercial companies producing items for other companies or the public, many of these reviews and audits may not be formally implemented. They are, however, an integral and essential part of the systems engineering process.
Configuration and Data Management Training Course
The functional and/or physical characteristics or hardware/software as set forth in technical documentation and achieved in a product.
What is Configuration Management?
A discipline applying technical and administrative direction and surveillance to (a) identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of a configuration item, (b) control changes to those characteristics, and (c) record and report change processing and implementation status.