Accession Number ADA580232
Title Resource Burden of Logistics to Navy Ships Under Threat Scenarios.
Publication Date Mar 2013
Media Count 63p
Personal Author B. Hathorn
Abstract What is the fully burdened cost of supply to combatant ships in remote locations. Currently, there are directives that require an estimate of the fully burdened cost of energy in a number of analyses in acquisition, but the approved method(s) for estimating this cost are still being developed. Several analyses fail to account for the indirect costs associated with supplying logistics assets. Therefore, we propose a method for estimating the fully burdened cost of supply in a self-sustaining logistics network in which local infrastructure cannot be counted on to supply logistics assets. This thesis develops this method for the U.S. Navy by building a model of Navy supply transport and using it to estimate the Total Resource Requirement of supply at various points in the network, and explore how that cost changes as a function of the force protection required for the logistics vessels.
Keywords Cost estimates
Energy consumption
Escort ships
Fuels
Fully burdened cost of energy
Fully burdened cost of fuel
Fully burdened cost of supply
Guam
Guam to spratly islands
High threat level routes
Indirect costs
Input-output analysis
Manila to spratly islands
Naval logistics
Naval vessels(Combatant)
Remote areas
Replenishment at sea
Routing
San diego to spratly islands
San diego(California)
Scenarios
Ship convoys
South china sea
Spreadsheet software
Supplies
Theses
Threat scenarios
Threats
Total dollar cost per gallon delivered
Total dollar cost per short ton delivered
Total resource requirement


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 96 - Business & Economics
72E - Operations Research
47A - Marine Engineering
74E - Logistics, Military Facilities, & Supplies
Corporate Author Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA. Dept. of Operations Research.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1325
Contract Number N/A

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