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Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM). 2001. Our History. htm>. Accessed March 2003. 5See note 2 above. 6The effectiveness ratio is one way of measuring the condition of the truck fleet. It is a parameter used by the Army to measure fleet capability by comparing a fleet with a mixture of old and new vehicles against a totally modernized fleet. A totally modernized fleet would have an effectiveness ratio of 1, indicating that the requirements are completely filled. 9 would theoretically be able to accomplish 90 percent of its mission.
Previous efforts at direct materials substitution have had limited results because component redesign is usually necessary to achieve the full weight-savings potential. With the increasing availability of high-performance, low-cost material options and manufacturing technologies, it is now possible to more effectively marry performance and durability with clever, robust design in order to optimize materials use. Although lightweight materials may initially result in higher vehicle procurement costs, significant potential exists for savings in terms of reduced fuel consumption, reduced maintenance, and reduced O&S costs.
When assembling new vehicles or recapitalizing older vehicles, it will be necessary to ensure that galvanic isolation exists between parts made from different materials in order to avoid galvanic coupling effects that can lead to corrosion. Galvanic isolation will have to be maintained during inspection, maintenance, and repair. Welding, bonding, brazing, and other repair and replacement procedures will therefore become more complicated. Composites are a relatively new class of materials now being used selectively on Army vehicles.