Integrated Projects

Integrated Projects

Search the reports submitted by MDTS Students, or submitted jointly by MDTS & SEA students in NPS.

Search the reports submitted by MDTS Students, or submitted jointly by MDTS & SEA students in NPS.

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Cranfield University

ME5 Chua Tung Whee, ME5 Wong Wee Sian, ME5 Lim Seng Kiat, ME4 Tan He Wen, ME Cheng Ze Wei | 2019

Evaluation of a Systems Proposal

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The report will document the approach taken to develop a framework to evaluate a system proposal from the viewpoint of the UK MOD’s Defence Lines of Development (DLoD), based on a proposed operating environment and scenario. The readers will be presented with a selection of system engineering tools, accompanied by the respective explanation of use. Based on the given scenario, a technical analysis will be carried out by the technology specialists to identify key areas (mobility, guided weapon and autonomous),…

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Naval Postgraduate School

MAJ Elad Bengigi, LTC Vincent Chan Chi Meng, Mr Chan Jun Liang, MAJ Ivan Er, ME5 Gabriel Lim Guang Nian, CPT Matthew Lowery, LT Jonathan Marks, CPT Aldin Sim, LTJG Christian Sorenson, MAJ Derek Tay, LTC Sean Yang | 2019

Logistics in Contested Environments

Keywords: logistics, contested, great-power competition

This report examines the transport and delivery of logistics in contested environments within the context of great-power competition (GPC). Across the Department of Defense (DOD), it is believed that GPC will strain our current supply lines beyond their capacity to maintain required warfighting capability. Current DOD efforts are underway to determine an appropriate range of platforms, platform quantities, and delivery tactics to meet the projected logistics demand in future conflicts. This report explores the effectiveness of various platforms and delivery…

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Cranfield University

Goh Yu Heng and Yap Guan Hong | 2018

Agent-Based Simulation for Large-Scale Drone Defence Network

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There is currently a lack of effective simulation tool to assist in the design of air defence system against aerial threat, such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Thus, the objective of this thesis is to address such threat by developing a simulation model that enables user to rapidly test different scenarios by considering variation in parameters for defensive assets and hostile intruder UAVs, probability of detection, probability of kill etc.  To achieve this, this thesis adopted a 2-phase approach, namely…

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Cranfield University

Chia Cheow Wee And Tan Chun Guan | 2018

Development Of Closed System Vessel Technique To Analyse Degradation Of Nitrocellulose

Keywords: Chemiluminescence, Decomposition mechanism, System approach

Previously, it has been demonstrated how a chemiluminescence technique, also known as swept test, can be used to analyse the decomposition mechanism of nitrocellulose (NC) under the influence of moisture in varying temperatures. The open system experimental setup has provided a good starting point to explore how chemiluminescence technique can be effectively employed to analyse the decomposition rate of NC under varying conditions. Following which, the focus of this integrated project is to design, verify and validate the concept of…

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Naval Postgraduate School

Aw Ee Hong, Chia Yong Jie, Teo C.P. Jeremy, Cai Licun Edwin, Chong Wai Hoe, Koh C.K.Khai Roger, Lee Wee Leong, Lim Jun Jie, Lin Xinhong, Mok K B Eugene, Teow B H Aaron, Alex Ryan, Andrew Whitmer, Rachel Cline, Shay Paz Liraz, and others from USAF | 2017

Distributed Maritime Operations And Unmanned Systems Tactical Employment

Keywords: Distributed Maritime Operations, DMO, Tactical Employment of Unmanned Systems

The concept of Distributed Maritime Operations intends to enable a force that is capable of winning a fleet-on-fleet engagement through the integration of manned and unmanned systems, execution of deceptive tactics, and emboldening of units to conduct offensive strikes. This report contributes to the concept of DMO in the 2030-2035 timeframe through the development of an operational simulation that examines the ability for various compositions of multi-domain fleet assets to perform tactical operations in a naval combat environment. This project…

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Naval Postgraduate School

LT Ryan Beall, ME5 Ang Chin Beng, CPT Gay Wee Choon, MAJ Hoon Dingyao, Ang Cheng Hai, Foo Yueng Hao, Yee Jian Hong, See Hongze, Toh Ying Jie, Chin Hon Keong, CPT Ang Wee Kiong, MAJ Dor Kronzilber, Lai Wee Leong, LTJG Clayton Petty, Tan Choon Seng, ME5 Kan | 2016

Developing a webfires training system

Keywords: webfires, integrated fires, net-centric warfare, cross-domain, kill web, kill chain, tactical cloud, distributed lethality, support, conduct, evaluate, sustainment, deployment, integrated, basic, simulation, at-sea, in-port, training, OFRP, optimized flee

This project report describes a proposed foundation for a system-of-systems training architecture that closes gaps in the Navy’s current strike group training processes to more effectively train and support warfighters in the execution of a webfires concept. Today’s fleet training systems lack the capability and capacity to provide adequate integrated training that leverages the necessary high-velocity learning expected of future warfighters who will employ and implement the webfires concept in the next 10 to 15 years. The current training processes…

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Naval Postgraduate School

Sophia Bay, Roey Ben Yoash, Cheng Chun Chieh, Lai Guoquan, Lai Jin Wei, Lee Kum Leong, Lim Eng Soon, Lim Wee Yeow, Lim Jianwen, Nelson Mitchell, Ong Chee Kiong, Soon Weihao Kevin, Tan Chew Kung, Teo Sheng Yong Kenny, Kevin Williams, Wong Chee Mun Kelvin | 2015

Unmanned Systems In Integrating Cross-Domain Naval Fires

Keywords: unmanned systems, cross domain, unmanned aerial vehicles, naval fires, targeting, distributed lethality, anti-access, area denial, denied, disrupted, degraded, low-bandwidth environment

The ability to communicate and transmit targeting data via the electromagnetic spectrum is crucial to the Navy’s ability to fight. However, in recent years, potential adversaries have significantly advanced their electronic warfare capabilities, obtaining an ability to interfere with the Navy’s use of the electromagnetic spectrum during operations in contested environments. SEA23 investigates concepts of operation focusing on future potential electromagnetic-spectrum warfighting capabilities in the 2025–2030 timeframe. Specifically, we explore these capabilities using modular unmanned and manned platforms capable of…

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Air Force Institute of Technology

Seah Kwee Siam and others from USAF | 2014

Project Eagle Eye

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SUMMARY The project was initiated with a given set of Concept-Of-Operations (CONOPS) where System Engineering was applied to derive the requirements and establish a development process to ensure that the product fulfills the needs and constraints. Cross faculty integration facilitated the software expertise necessary for the development but was not inherent in the System Engineering faculty.             The first quarter focused on the Preliminarily Design Review (PDR) where the requirements were derived and translated to functions which were subsequently decomposed…

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Naval Postgraduate School

Matthew Steven Kleine, Lim Bing Yong, Tan Edwin, Lee Wei San, Low Cheng Hong, Alfred Williams, Chen Zibin, Eugene Lee Wei Sheng, Yoav Shaham and others | 2014

Conducting Expeditionary Operations in the Contested Littorals

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Abstract The United States armed services have identified capability gaps in the areas of company-sized raid and sustainment operations in contested littoral environments. Multiple joint platform packages can be employed to provide the required mission capabilities to fill the gap. This thesis identifies the operational, functional, and physical architecture and effectiveness of mission packages necessary to provide capabilities associated with littoral sustainment operations. Physical architecture configurations are evaluated using discrete event modeling. Cost and performance estimates for the mission packages…

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Naval Postgraduate School

Poh Yang Siang Kevin,William Goh, Hoo Yew Hoo, Dylan Lau Zhiliang, Lua Kwong Yang, Ng Cheng Leong, Phua Weiyou and others | 2014

Organic Over-The-Horizon Targeting for the 2025 Surface Fleet

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Abstract Adversarial advances in the proliferation of anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD) techniques requires an innovative approach to the design of a maritime system of systems capable of detecting, classifying, and engaging targets in support of organic over-the-horizon (OTH) tactical offensive operations in the 2025–2030 timeframe. Using a systems engineering approach, this study considers manned and unmanned systems in an effort to develop an organic OTH targeting capability for U.S. Navy surface force structures of the future. Key attributes of this study include…

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