Concept design is the first part of basic design, followed by preliminary design. It turns the mission requirements into the characteristics of the systems, developing two or more design alternatives from which a design is selected in accordance with specified criteria.
Development of performance requirements, or system capabilities, from the mission requirements.
Determination of the principal characteristics of the systems required to achieve these capabilities, which enable new construction systems to be designed and...
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