Systems engineering and analysis blanchard
Systems Engineering and Analysis by Benjamin S. Blanchard
Systems Engineering and Analysis
Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Blanchard, B. ABSTRACT: This work proposed the application of system engineering methods to identify organizations vital for society, seeking development and well-being. System engineering requires the identification of blocks or systems , identification of their service functions, identification of states, identification of required quality and identification of constraints. Analyzing modern societies, vital functions were identified and countries behavior was modeled, identifying their states. In this context, nuclear power was found to be fundamental for development and defense because of its inherent advantages for military naval purposes at war. Another striking conclusion is that nuclear power is the best solution for country energy security, more than to avoid climate changes, but to help the nation to resist climate changes.
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Benjamin Seaver Blanchard, Jr. In the early s, Blanchard started working at U. Air Force , where he became electronics maintenance officer. In , he moved to industry working as engineer in the fields of design, field service, staff and management with Boeing Commercial Airplanes , Sanders Associates , Bendix Corporation , and General Dynamics. In , he was appointed Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech , where he served until his retirement in His service, as a team member with Dr. Wolt Fabrycky, allowed them to articulate the principles and objectives of Systems Engineering in a manner that conveys the tremendous potential and value added by this discipline.