Development of A Risk Assessment System for The Creation of Space Rocket Technology
Lyudmila Zubova1, Anna Yakovaleva2, Natalya Tregulova3, Sergey Vasenev4, Natalya Zibrova5
1Lyudmila Zubova*, 252 Laboratories Management, Military Institute of Scientific Research Military Space Academy named after A. F. Mozhaysky, St. Petersburg, Russia.
2Anna Yakovaleva, Saint Petersburg University of State Fire Service of the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defence, St. Petersburg, Russia.
3Natalya Tregulova, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Institute of Service and Entrepreneurship (branch), Don State Technical University, Shakhty, Russia.
4Sergey Vasenev, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Institute of Service and Entrepreneurship (branch), Don State Technical University, Shakhty, Russia.
5Natalya Zibrova, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Institute of Service and Entrepreneurship (branch), Don State Technical University, Shakhty, Russia.
Manuscript received on October 15, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 2745-2750 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A4991119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A4991.119119
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Abstract: During the production and purchase of electronic component base (ECB) in the course of experimental design work (EDW), various risks arise that arise due to internal and external process failures. As practice shows, systematic breakdowns of EDW began to occur due to failure of ECB supplies by domestic and foreign manufacturers. In the framework of this issue, the authors developed methodological approaches to increasing the likelihood of a successful completion of the production process based on the use of preventive management in the form of a risk-based approach. The essence of this approach includes the use of the PDCA Deming cycle (“Plan-Do-Check-Act”), which is a cyclically repeating decision-making process used in quality management. Regulatory and technical documentation for assessing risks in the production and procurement of ECB will allow you to determine the level of risk in achieving the required efficiency in meeting the specified terms for the development of RST products (component parts – CP of RST products). This study substantiates the need to use a risk-based approach in the production and procurement of ECB in the course of development work (hereinafter EDW) in the development of space rocket technology (RST). This study presents a methodology for assessing risks in the production and purchase of ECBs during the implementation of EDW, based on the consideration of possible risks based on the stages of the production life cycle and delivery of foreign-made ECBs. The question has been raised about the need to develop regulatory and technical documentation for assessing risks in the production and purchase of ECBs during the implementation of EDW.
Keywords: Risks, Life Cycle, Space Rocket Technology, Electronic Component Base.
Scope of the Article: Life Cycle Engineering