Vol.73, No.2, 2022, pp.2473-2484, doi:10.32604/cmc.2022.029640
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Research on the Design Method of Equipment in Service Assessment Subjects
  • Jianhua Luo, Yuhang Zhou*, Hua Li, Xi Chen, Xigong Xia
Military Exercise and Training Center, Army Academy of Armored Forces, Beijing, 100072, China
* Corresponding Author: Yuhang Zhou. Email:
Received 01 March 2022; Accepted 01 April 2022; Issue published 16 June 2022
Abstract
Combined with equipment activities such as combat readiness, training, exercises and management, it is proposed that the design of equipment in-service assessment subjects should follow the principles of combination, stage and operability. Focusing on the design of equipment in-service assessment subjects, a design method for in-service assessment subjects based on the combination of trial and training mode is proposed. Based on the actual use of high-equipment use management and training and the established indicator system, the army’s bottom-level equipment activity subjects and bottom-level assessments are combined. The indicators are mapped and analyzed. Through multiple rounds of iterations, the mapping relationship between in-service assessment indicators and military equipment activity subjects is established. Finally, the equipment activity subjects whose data is collected (reflecting the underlying assessment indicators) are generated in-service assessment subjects. The orthogonal test method is used to optimize the samples in the assessment subjects to form an in-service assessment implementation plan. Taking a certain type of armored infantry fighting vehicle as an example, the sample optimization design of the initially generated in-service assessment subjects is analyzed. It provides methods and ideas to carry out in-service assessment work.
Keywords
Equipment; in-service assessment; subject design; mapping
Cite This Article
J. Luo, Y. Zhou, H. Li, X. Chen and X. Xia, "Research on the design method of equipment in service assessment subjects," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 73, no.2, pp. 2473–2484, 2022.
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