A013 Reports

BLOCK 1-DATA ITEM NO.: A013
BLOCK 2-DATA ITEM TITLE: REPORTS

(See Attachment 1 to Data Item No. A013)
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BLOCK 3-DATA DESCRIPTION:
Each report shall include a cover that identifies the Contract Number, Data Item No. Data Item Title, Applicable Revision, Document Date, and preparing activity information, such as Supplier Name, Address and CAGE Code. Subcontractor reports shall give the name of the Supplier. Signature of the responsible company official shall also be included.

If approval is required, a statement that the document is being submitted for approval shall also be included on the cover.

Final submittals shall include a statement on the cover that the document is the final submittal.

Supplier’s format shall be used unless otherwise specified on Attachment 1 to Data Item No. A013.

Reports shall be sufficient to allow Government personnel to assess the methodology and verify the results.

Additional reports required supporting the design not identified on Attachment 1 to Data Item No. A013 shall be provided in accordance with the Contract Data Requirements List.
BLOCK 4-REVIEW REQ.:

Allow 45 days for Government review and comment unless otherwise specified on Attachment 1 to Data Item No. A013

BLOCK 5-SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE:

Additional submittal shall be as identified on Attachment 1 to Data Item No. A013.

T-AKE ATTACHMENT 1 TO DATA ITEM NO. A013: REPORTS
ATTACH 1 TO DATA ITEM NO (BLOCK 1) DATA ITEM TITLE AND REFERENCE (BLOCK 2) DATA DESCRIPTION (BLOCK 3) REVIEW REQUIREMENTS (BLOCK 4) SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE (BLOCK 5)
A013-01 DEGAUSSING SYSTEM DESIGN REPORT
SOW C 1.2.1
The Degaussing System Design Report shall identify the system design criteria, trade-off studies performed, analyses describing how threat is to be counter-acted, key equipment items applied to the system, loop locations, ampere turn requirements, and control and power equipment requirements. Each issue of the report shall be classified appropriately.

The report shall not include the degaussed magnetic signature limit.

  NLT 165 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC; Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-02 RADHAZ/ HERO/ HERF/ HERP ANALYSIS REPORT

SOW C 1.2.1

The RADHAZ/ HERO/HERF/ HERP Analysis Report shall provide an analysis of the ship design for Radiation Hazards (RADHAZ); Hazards for Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel (HERP), Ordnance (HERO), and Fuels (HERF). Document the results, corrective actions, and unresolved risk areas with proposed solutions. Include a risk analysis of items that emit RF in ordnance stowage areas. Include blanking plan and rationale for location and placement of each topside emitter and sensor. Government approval required for items that emit RF in ordnance stowage areas. Allow 75 days for Government review and comment. NLT 150 DAC; NLT 700 DAC; NLT 45 DPT SD; R/ASR 20 DARC or the need for change is identified. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-03 PROPELLER HYDRODYNAMIC DESIGN REPORT SOW C 1.2.1 The Propeller Hydrodynamic Design Report shall include the final propeller drawing, offsets, tolerances. The final propeller drawing shall include the information required for inspection, repair, and manufacture; for guidance, refer to Drawing NAVSEA 803-4435837. Guidance for the preparation of the propeller inspection forms and the forms are available on the Intranet at the Unique Resource Locator (URL) http://spt.dcmdw.dla.mil/technical.html. The report shall also present the rationale for rpm, diameter, number of blades, propulsor efficiency, cavitation, acoustic and hydrodynamic performance. Include associated calculations, studies, analyses and hydrodynamic model testing used to support the design. Final report shall include propeller verification inspection data.   NLT 45 DPT propeller release for manufacture (RFM). Final NLT 20 days after propeller inspection. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-04 MANEUVERING PERFORMANCE, APPENDAGE DESIGN, AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT The Maneuvering Performance, Appendage Design, and Development Report shall provide an analysis that predicts the maneuvering performance of the ship and a comparison of the analysis results to the specified maneuvering requirements. Document the control surfaces, maneuvering characteristics, and flow characteristics consistent with the ship performance requirements and describe geometry of ship appendages. Thruster design and performance shall be documented (if applicable).   NLT 150 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-05 SEAKEEPING PERFORMANCE, HYDRO-DYNAMICS, LOADS, AND DECK WETNESS REPORT The Seakeeping Performance, Hydro-Dynamics, Loads, and Deck Wetness Report shall document the hull form, control surfaces, deck wetness, seakeeping performance, hydrodynamics, and loads. Report shall include the seakeeping performance assessment and identify the methodology used. . NLT 100 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-06 AIRFLOW, STACK GAS DISPERSION AND STACK DESIGN REPORT The Airflow, Stack Gas Dispersion And Stack Design Report shall document the stack configuration including height and shape, projected plume trajectories of exhaust gases, analytical methods used, and potential smoke nuisance problems. Plume temperatures shall be analyzed, and potential impact upon topside equipment and aircraft operations shall be identified, as applicable.   NLT 240 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-07 SCHEDULE OF PIPING VALVES AND FITTINGS
  1. The Schedule of Piping Valves and Fittings shall identify the materials and standards used in each fluid system.

The schedule shall be based on ASTM F 1155 in format, content and level of detail and shall be unique to the contractor’s system design. This schedule shall cite only the specific material type and grades selected for each piping system and component. Material options indicated in ASTM F 1155 for specific systems shall be eliminated.

  NLT 240 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-08 TEMPEST REPORT
  1. The TEMPEST Report shall provide documentation and analyses to ensure the ship’s electrical and physical security, and the elimination or minimization of electrical or physical security hazards associated with secure electrical information processing systems and distribution systems.

Include documentation to ensure that required physical access to spaces and cable routing and termination data is incorporated into the design process.

  NLT 75 DPT Naval Communications Installation; R/ASR 20 DARC or the need for change is identified. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-09 HULL, MAST, DECKHOUSE, AND KINGPOSTS VIBRATION ANALYSES REPORT Include natural frequency analyses of hull, kingposts, decks, deckhouse, mast, and foundations for machinery and equipment subjected to their own or external oscillatory loads.   NLT 150 DAC, subsequent submissions every 180 days until 90 DPT BT. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-10 AIRBORNE NOISE ANALYSIS REPORT
  1. The Airborne Noise Analysis Report shall include the following:
    1. A description of the methods used to predict noise levels and to analyze potential airborne noise level deficiencies in ship spaces. The description shall identify all assumptions and be in sufficient detail to allow technical review of all calculations and analysis, and verification of results.
    2. A summary of the analysis for each ship space, which has a specified noise criterion. This summary shall include the specified airborne noise category and acceptance criterion, the rationale for the assignment of that noise category, the predicted noise level, and the rationale for the selection of the noise control treatment included in the ship design.
  2. Include a noise source listing which includes HVAC contributions for each space including a description of the transmission path for acoustic energy for each of the sources.
  3. The listing shall be prepared in a commercial spreadsheet or database format capable of being searched and indexed.
  4. Identification and description of the noise control treatments applied to each space.
  5. A comparison of any airborne noise acceptance levels invoked in machinery purchase specifications to vendor measured or predicted airborne noise levels.
Allow 75 days for Government review and comments. NLT 240 DAC; SEMI-ANNUALY thereafter, until all comments are resolved. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-11 DAMAGE CONTROL DESIGN REPORT
  1. The Damage Control Design Report shall document the damage control features, which ensure that casualties can be efficiently contained and countered as necessary to preserve and restore critical operational capabilities. The damage control capabilities shall be documented on a compartment by compartment basis for selected damage control systems to identify the ability to isolate and restore system operation should services in or passing through the compartment be lost by fire or flooding. Damage control systems to be analyzed shall be the firemain, sprinklers, fire fighting foam, fixed gas fire-extinguishing systems, portable fire fighting equipment, communications, fire and smoke detection, dewatering systems, CBR-D washdown, flooding detection, lighting, electrical power and other systems as appropriate.
  2. Include drawings for the arrangement and equipment stowage requirements for the repair stations and adjoining passageways, DC Central, and crash and rescue locker.
Government approval required for items that increase contract cost. Allow 60 days for Government review and comment. NLT 240 DAC; R/ASR 30 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-12 RELIABILITY, MAINTAIN-ABILITY, AND AVAILABILITY (RMA) ASSESSMENT REPORTS
  1. The Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RMA) Assessment Reports shall include current status of all elements of RMA program. Quantitative results in the report shall include a comparison of specified and predicted RMA values supported by reliability models and analyses. Detail of the analyses shall to allow Government personnel to assess the methodology and verify the results.
  2. The RMA Program shall be applied, as a minimum, to the assessment and control of the Operational Availability of the combined hardware-software Warehouse Management System.
  3. All RMA problems, including shortfalls in achievement of quantitative requirements, shall be reported. Plans for the timely resolution of problems and shortfalls shall be included in the reports.
  4. Reports shall include quantitative assessments of the achievement of the RMA requirement.
  NLT 335 DAC. Subsequent submissions SEMI-ANNUALY thereafter, 5 DARP. Final NLT 105 DPT BT. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-13 TECHNOLOGY REFRESHMENT REPORT
  1. The Technology Refreshment Report shall identify shipboard components at risk for technology obsolescence and outline how the contractor will incorporate technologically current components. The report shall identify the methodology of integrating the technology refreshment.
  2. The report shall identify components considered to be obsolete which must be replaced with current technology.
Government approval required for items that increase contract cost. Allow 75 days for Government review and comment NLT 150 DAC; QRTLY thereafter, 5 DARP. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-14 STRUCTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA Provide design criteria for structures and loads not specifically addressed by ABS Rules. The engineering approach for determining stress concentrations and compensation or reinforcement of structural openings shall be provided.   NLT 150 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-15 EMC ANALYSIS REPORT Document the analyses of electromagnetic compatibility of equipment, systems, and associated design characteristics, including physical arrangement and locations on the ship used to ensure the minimization or elimination of EMI both internally and externally.   NLT 700 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC or the need for change is identified. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-16 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT FACILITIES REPORT The Aircraft Support Facilities Report shall document the requirements for aircraft support facilities to confirm optimum locations in the ship and selection of system components. Include the arrangement of aircraft handling, support, and stowage facilities including location, sizing and selection of support equipment, take-off and landing areas, hangars, hangar doors, aircraft elevators (if applicable), flight deck fire fighting, flight deck lighting, visual and optical landing aids, control stations, and aircraft support services and spaces. Include arrangements of aviation operating control and support facilities.   NLT 240 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC or the need for change is identified.
A013-17 POLLUTION CONTROL SYSTEMS DESIGN REPORT For each of the pollution control systems for sewage, oil, and solid waste, medical, gray water and hazardous waste, the Pollution Control Systems Design Report shall address the following:

  1. Generation rates and total quantities of waste produced.
  2. Outline all applicable discharge restrictions and applicable laws.
  3. A description of proposed pollution control procedures.
  4. Descriptions of processing and management systems including diagrams, system components, and system characteristics.
  5. Include results of any system trade-off studies.
  6. A description of how waste from medical spaces will be handled.
  7. An analysis and discussion of methods investigated toward the reduction of oily waste generation.
  8. An analysis and discussion of methods investigated toward the reduction of solid waste handling and stowage requirement by the ship’s force.
  9. A listing of potential hazardous solid and liquid wastes anticipated, if any, during the operation of the vessel and the means to handle these materials.
  NLT 240 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-18 STABILITY REPORT The Stability Report shall include a summary of the intact and damage stability analysis required by Regulatory Body criteria, and for damage stability criteria in Appendix H of the System Specification. The report shall include all calculations required to support the derivation of the intact and damage required GM curves. This shall include, but not be limited to, the hull form used in the intact damage analysis, internal compartmentation, summary of the load cases and the location of any cross-connections. The final Stability Report shall document all calculations required for Regulatory Body approval, and for the stability criteria in Appendix H of the System Specifications. Government approval required for the damage stability criteria in Appendix H of the System Specification. Allow 60 days for Government review and comment. NLT 45 DAC; NLT 45 DPT the ICDR; Subsequent submissions concurrent with submittal to Regulatory Bodies. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.
A013-19 WORKSHOPS AND INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES REPORT Identify the capability requirements, design and arrangements of shipboard industrial facilities and test laboratories. List equipment to be included, such as the electrical test workshop items, if applicable. Include access for maintenance and clearance for operation.   NLT 150 DAC. R/ASR 20 DARC. Revisions shall incorporate resolution of Government comments.