Accession Number : ADP000645
Title : Replacement Unit/Repair Level Analysis Model,
Corporate Author : ARMY MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING TRAINING ACTIVITY ROCK ISLAND IL
Personal Author(s) : Gehl,Harold R. ; Harris,Keith D. ; Meer,David F.
Report Date : 1973
Pagination or Media Count : 9
Abstract : The Replacement Unit/Repair Level Analysis Model (RURLAM) was developed as a part of PROMP-70--Program for the Refinement of the Materiel Acquisition Process in 1970. This was a program pursued by the Army Materiel Command aimed at improving the materiel acquisition process. One of the tasks under PROMAP-70 was to reduce the requirements for logistics support resources and systems changes by integrating the elements of logistics support into all phases of system acquisition. The Army Management Engineering Training Agency (AMETA) was asked by the Integrated Logistic Support Division of the Directorate of Maintenance, Army Materiel Command, to define the parameters and design an analytical model for determining an optimum replacement unit and repair level of a weapon/equipment system while considering tactical deployment, system availability, and reliability.
Descriptors : *Operations research, *Mathematical models, *Replacement, *Repair, *Army procurement, *Logistics support, Symposia, Army planning, Logistics management, Replacement theory, Army equipment, Weapon systems, Availability, Maintainability, Reliability, Army research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE