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									DOD Project Manager Mobile Electric Power




 Mobile Electric Power
                            for
     Today and Tomorrow
          Joint Service Power Expo
                      25 April 2007
                         Paul Richard
        Acting DOD Project Manager Mobile Electric Power
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Presentation Outline


   PM MEP Organization/Systems
   Requirements & Challenges
   Major Initiatives
   Technology Thrusts




                                 2
         PM MEP Organization
                         DOD Project Manager
                       Mobile Electric Power
                       Mr. Paul Richard (Acting)


                        Deputy Project Manager
                             Mr. Alan Coady




 Logistics Division      Engineering Division      Business Management
  Mr. Alan Coady             Dr. Eric Parrish       Ms. Lisa Denning




  Product Manager            Product Manager           Product Manager
 Small Power Sources       Medium Power Sources      Large Power Sources
LtCol Tom Bowers           LTC John Kelleher        LTC John Kelleher
       USMC                       USA                      Acting
                                                         USAF Position
                                                      to be filled May 2007

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          Mobile Electric Power History
                                                             PM-MEP Mission
                                                                   “Establish, Maintain
                                                           DD
                                                        DoDD       and Provide a DOD
                    1965                               4120.11 1
                                                         Do .1
                                                        4120       Standard Family of
Exorbitant        Southeast                                        Generating Sources
Demand for          Asia                                           for Maximum DOD
                                                                   Component Use”
Electrical
Power                                                                U.S Army Designated as
              Vietnam                                              Lead Standardization Activity
                              1967
Excessive                                                                        JOP
                             DOD
Proliferation:              Ad Hoc                                     Joint Operating Procedures
2,000 Different            Working
Makes, Models,              Group                                        Joint Operating
Sizes                                                                    Procedures
                          Established                                    Management and
                                                                         Standardization of
Ineffective                                                              Mobile Electric Power
                                                                         Generating Sources
Logistical
Support                                                                   Army Regulation 700-101
                                                                          AFJI 63-110
                              DOD Project Manager --
                              DOD Project Manager
                              Mobile Electric Power                       NAVFACINST 4120.12
                               Mobile Electric Power                      MCO 11310.8C
                                     PM-MEP
                                     PM-MEP
                                                                          DLAI 4120.11


                  DFAR Requirement for PM MEP Approval for
                       Non-standard Power Equipment
                                                                                                    4
                  Military vs. Commercial
      No Commercial Generator Set
  Meets Military Worldwide Requirements*
                               All Tactical Electric Power Generator Sets
                               All Tactical Electric Power Generator Sets
         Critical               are Made from Commercial Components
                               are Made from Commercial Components
    Military Features
                                      Mu
                                         lt   i-F
• Diesel/JP-8 (DoD Policy)                        uel
                                  -50°F




                                                                           >
• Operate at all                          to + 1
                                                 20°F
  Environmental Extremes
                                 Mil Std
• Excellent Power Quality                   1332
• High Reliability
                                     RAM
• Battlefield Mobility
                                          ation
• Ruggedized                     Militariz
• 24 Volt
                                        EMI                                              Less Cost
• Enhanced
   Battlefield Survivability                 HF
                                                E                                        LessCost
                                                                                              Weight
                                                                                            Weight
                                                                                         Less Capable



                                                                      >
   – NBC
   – IR
   – Aural
   – EMP Hardening
• Rated Power at Altitude
• Organically Supported
                                                        * Market Surveys; 1989; 1999, 2003              5
                              Mobile Electric Power Managed Items

                                                       Medium Sets
                                               • 5kW, 10kW, 15kW, 30kW, and 60kW, Skid
              Small Sets                         Mounted, Diesel Fueled Tactical Quiet
                                                 Generator, 60Hz and 400Hz                                  Large Sets
 • 2kW Military Tactical Generator,            • AMMPS – Advanced Medium Mobile
                                                          Power Sources                         • 100kW and 200kW Tactical Quiet Generator
   Manportable/Skid Mounted, Diesel/JP8                                                           (TQG), Skid Mounted, Diesel Fueled, 60Hz
   Fueled, AC(60Hz) and DC(28VDC)                                                               • 840kW Deployable Power Generation and
 • 3kW Tactical Quiet Generator, Skid                                                             Distribution System (DPGDS), Diesel Fueled
   Mounted, Diesel Fueled (60 Hz and 400Hz)




                                                Power Unit/Power Plant
                                                       (PU/PP)
                                              • Trailer Mounted Tactical Quiet Generators
                                                in the 3kW, 5kW, 10kW, 15kW, 30kW,
                                                60kW, 100kW, and 200kW Power Ratings.
     Power Distribution                       • 20 Different Models That Use 4 Different
Illumination System Electric                    But Standardized TACOM Trailer Models                   Improved
           (PDISE)                                                                              Environmental Control Units
 Man-portable, Reliable, Modular, Quick
 Assembly Standardized Electrical
                                                                                                               (IECU)
                                                                                                 New Generation of ECUs Utilizing Zero
 Management and Distribution System
                                                                                                 Ozone Depleting Refrigerants.
 Components
                                                                                                 Ruggedized Form, Fit, and
40 AMP/PHASE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                                                                 Function Replacement
60 AMP DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                                   HI-POWER                            Systems with Embedded
100 AMP/PHASE FEEDER SYSTEM
200 AMP/PHASE FEEDER SYSTEM
                                              Hybrid Electric Intelligent Power Management       Diagnostics.
UTILITY RECEPTACLE AND LIGHTING KIT           Develop a Tactical Hybrid–Electric Power System
                                                                                                 9K, 18K, 36K, and 60K BTUH
                                              for use at Forward Operating Bases to minimize
                                              logistics fuel consumption                         sizes.
                                              related to power generation.




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Requirements
     and
 Challenges
               7
                                                       Department of Defense
              Tactical Electric Power Requirements

                                                              Marines
          Air Force
                                                                   (7%)         2kW thru 840kW Generator Sets
Navy                  (15%)
(2%)
                                                              Army                                   Fielded
                                                                                Requirements       MIL-STD     TQG
                                                               (76%)            Army      66,451   21,949     44,502
                                                                                Navy       1,540      676        864
                                                                                Air Force 13,340    3,451      9,889
                                                                                Marines    6,552        0      6,552
                                                                                 Total   87,883    26,076    61,807
                               Army          % Army   Qty             % Size
          Size               # Req’d*        Total  Fielded           Fielded
          2kW            9,576                  14%        8,609      90%
          3kW           19,122                  29%        9,901      52%                                    Data Thru Feb 07
          5kW           14,779                  22%        9,143      62%
          10kW          12,001                  18%        9,189      77%
          15kW           4,370                   7%        3,186      73%
          30kW
          60kW
                         3,085
                         2,950
                                                 5%
                                                 4%
                                                           2,623
                                                           1,826
                                                                      85%
                                                                      62%
                                                                                   Current Army Priorities
          100/200/DPGDS    568
                        66,451
                                                 1%           25
                                                          44,502
                                                                      4%
                                                                      67%             GWOT
                              * BOIP05                                                TOC Central Power
                                                                                      Modularity
                                                                                      Modernization
MIL-STD = Military Standard
 First Generation Gasoline and Diesel Engine Generator Sets
TQG = Tactical Quiet Generator
 Second Generation, Modernized, Diesel Engine Generator Sets




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                                            Tactical Electric Power
                               Families / Generations
 Department of Defense Standard Family of
 Mobile Electric Power Generating Sources                                             Next Generation
                                                                                            Power Sources
                                           TQG                                                                         STEP
    MIL-STD                    Tactical Quiet Generators                     AMMPS                   LAMPS           Small Tactical
                                                                                                    Large Advanced
 Military Standard             Modernized,                                 Advanced Medium           Mobile Power
                                                                                                                     Electric Power
                                                                          Mobile Power Sources
                               Second Generation DOD                                                    Sources        Less Than
Aging,                                                                                                                 3kW Sizes
                               Standard Family of                        12 Generator Set Models
First Generation DOD                                                                                 100kW through    Procurement
                               Mobile Electric Power                     5kW through 60kW Sizes        1mW Sizes         ~2013
Standard Family of
                               Generating Sources                             Procurement             Procurement
Mobile Electric Power                                                                                     TBD
                                                                                  2009
Generating Sources                 18 Generator Set Models
      37 Generator Set             Sizes 2kW Through 920kW                         Leverage Commercial Technologies
      Models                       All Diesel Engines                              Minimize Number of Sizes and Models
      Sizes 0.5kW Through          R&D On-going for Some Models
                                                                                   Use Proven Technologies
      750kW
                                                                                   Replace Entire DOD Generator Fleet
      Gasoline, Gas
                                                                                   Approximately Every 15 Years
      Turbine, and Diesel
      Engines                                                                      Maximize Competition


                                                                     AMMPS Projected
                                 Average                             Average Annual Cost
                                Annual Cost
                               Per Generator $9,582
                                                                     Per Generator $8,143           Next Generation
  Average
 Annual Cost                                                       TQG (Tactical Quiet Generator)
Per Generator $13,347
                        MIL STD (Military Standard)

    1965      1970      1975       1980     1985      1990        1995      2000     2005    2010    2015     2020   2025

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   Improved Environmental Control Units (IECU)
                      Requirements

  IECU Procurement Quantities

 9K (115V, 1PH, 50/60Hz)                3,180    Unvalidated
                                        3,767   Requirements
18K (230V, 1PH, 50/60Hz) and
    (208V, 3PH, 50/60Hz)                          TOCs
36K (208V, 3PH, 50/60Hz)                1,577
                                                  JNN
                       Army Total 8,524           Patriot
                                                  UAVs
60K (208V, 3PH, 50/60Hz)           Army 4,960
                               Air Force 787      Others

                       Total           5,747


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                    IECU Challenge
         (Improved Environmental Control Unit)



Approximately 17,800 MIL-STD ECU Systems
currently fielded in sizes 9k, 18k, 36k and 54k BTUH
Current ECUs do not comply with the Clean Air Act
2010 Mandate for Ozone Depleting Refrigerants
IECUs will comply with EPA Clean Air Act
Only 60k BTUH IECU currently funded
9k, 18k, 36k BTUH IECUs funded for development
− Procurement funding to be added in FY10-15 POM


           Electronic systems will overheat and fail
            Electronic systems will overheat and fail
           without the critical cooling ECU’s provide
           without the critical cooling ECU’s provide
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  Major
Initiatives
              12
      TOC Central Power & Power Assessment

         What it Is                           What it Does
Program to Assess and Optimize   Significantly Reduces Logistics Footprint
           the use of            Increases Operational Availability
   Tactical Electrical Power     Reduces Fuel Consumption
  Production and Distribution    Reduces Transportability Requirements
          in the Field           Determines Most Efficient Use of Resources



     Consolidates                    1st CAV DIV MAIN TOC

 Power Sources in TOCs
  Provides Back-up for
Mission Critical Systems                                    Close Combat Tactical Trainer



        Decreases
    Logistics Footprint                   V CORPS TAC CP - Grafenwoehr
         of TOCs
    “Right Number and Right Size Generator Sets”
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             Legend
                                                                       4ID DMAIN
                                                                                    As Seen
                                                                                                                                                                                                               “BEFORE”
#       TQG (3)
#      Commercial                                                                                                                                      1                                                                                    30kW




                                                                                                                                                                            HP-2G
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TQG PU
       Generator (2)                                                                                                                                                                            TANDEM 35 KW GENSET




                                                                                                                                                                    HP-2G
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1        1
                                                                  FISCHER Panda
#      Commercial Self-                                           1
                                                                   ECU/GENSET
                                                                                                                                                  12
                                                                                                                                                                                             DTES
                                                                                                                                                                                            (SIGINT)
       powered ECU (14)                                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                   FEC
                                                                                                                                                                2                      1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    14
                                                                                         10                                              M                                             2

#       PDISE (1)                                                                   G6        12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                                             12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36
                                                                          11                        9                                                                                        ACE                DMAIN/G2X
#      Commercial                                                     2                                                                       3                                              MAIN
                                                                                                                                                                                               ACE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                SYSTEMS
       PDU (36)                                         8T ECU/20 KW
                                                                                             G6
                                                                                                                11
                                                           GENSET                                                                        ACE (G2)                                                              35




                                                                                                                         Storage
                                                                                                        8




                                                                                                                          Rack
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               8T ECU/20 KW GENSET
                                                                               12                                                  31             32                                         SIGINT
                                                        ENTRANCE 13                                                                                                                    33                 34
                                                                                                        5   6        7                   30                                                   /NSA                  13
                                       8T ECU/20 KW GENSET
                                                   3                                                                                                                                                                     12T ECU/35 KW GENSET

                          10kW     2                                                                                                                       10                       12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                         TQG PU                              14
                                                                                                        MAIN

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                                     W S
                                   (R TS




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                                      S)
                                     D




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                                                DTSS                                                    20 21
    12T ECU/35 KW GENSET                                          5                                             22       COMMAND         CIC                          9                     FISCHER Panda ECU/GENSET
                                                   17                           18       ALOC                             GROUP          RWS                          11
                     4                                                                                      6
                                  PLANS

                                                 12T ECU/35 KW GENSET

                                                                                                  19             23                                    27
                                                                               12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                                            7
                                                 PLANS
                            16                  Expando
                                                                                         M
                                                                          8T ECU/20 KW GENSET      24                                                  26


                                                             3                                                           25                                                         8T ECU/20 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                                                                8
                                                         60kW
                                                        TQG PU                                                                                                                                                                                  14
             Legend
                                                            4ID DMAIN
                                                                  Recommendation
                                                                                                                                                                                          “AFTER”
                                                                                                                                   60kW
                                                                                                                          3
#       TQG (3)                                                                                                                     PP


#      Commercial                                                              2       30kW PP                                                                                                    9

       Generator (2)                                                                                                                           8                           TANDEM 35 KW GENSET

                                                                                                                                                                                                              1
                                                      FISCHER Panda
#      Commercial Self-                              1
                                                       ECU/GENSET
                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                    DTES
                                                                                                                                                                   (SIGINT)
       powered ECU (14)                                           6
                                                                                                                    FEC
                                                                                                                                                                                     11
                                                                                                                                                                                           14
                                                                                                                              M
                                                                                                                                                        10
#       PDISE (11)                                                      G6         12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                                  12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                              7
                                                                                                                                                                    ACE                   DMAIN/G2X
#      Commercial                                         2                                                                                                         MAIN
                                                                                                                                                                      ACE
                                                                                                                                                                                          SYSTEMS
       PDU (0)                               8T ECU/20 KW
                                                                                  G6
                                                                                                  11
                                                GENSET                                                                            ACE (G2)




                                                                                                          Storage
                                                                                                           Rack
                                                   ENTRANCE                                                                                                            SIGINT
                                                                                                                                                                        /NSA               13
                             8T ECU/20 KW GENSET
                                         3                                                                                                                                                      12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                                          10                12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                             MAIN
                              W S
                            (R TS




                                                                                                                                          G3
                               S)
                              D




                                      DTSS                                                        5                                          3                         1
    12T ECU/35 KW GENSET                              5
                                                                                                       COMMAND                    CIC                  9           FISCHER Panda ECU/GENSET
                                                                               ALOC                     GROUP                     RWS                  11
                     4                                                                        6
                           PLANS

                                       12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                              4                                    1       60kW PP
                                                                      12T ECU/35 KW GENSET
                                                                                              7                                                             2
                                       PLANS
                                                                              M
                                      Expando                     8T ECU/20 KW GENSET




                                                                                                                                                            8T ECU/20 KW GENSET
                                                                                                                                                   8


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                           Power Assessment
                    Benefits and Savings
Optimized power grid for:
•   Soldier safety
•   24/7 operation of mission-critical equipment
•   Better reliability, supportability and readiness
•   Minimum footprint and increased transportability
•   Reduction of Non-standard Commercial Hardware
•   Organic Support by Soldiers

When Central Power Design Applied to 4ID Main TOC MTOE,
Savings are:
      Generator Sets             11
      Fuel Reduction             ~ 200 gal/day
      Weight                     23,353 lbs (~ 12 tons)
      Volume                     4,735.2 cu ft
      Reduced Pintle             HMMWV       5
       Requirement               FMTV        3
      First Year Savings         $384,146.35
               Not Including Savings for Reduced Contractor Field Support

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                                         HI-POWER
              Hybrid Electric Intelligent Power Management
                                                     SkyBuilt Hybrid Electric System

            3kW Hybrid Electric System                                           One or more
                                                                                 wind turbines
                                                            Solar panels
                                                            attached to the
                                                            container in all                                These wind- and solar-
                                                            directions as far                               powered units could
                                                            as necessary                                    run field kitchens or
                                                                                                            emergency operations
                                                                                                            centers




                                          Storage or
                                          HVAC, lighted
                                          space (inside)




                                           Standard freight
                                           container – 10ft,                                Snap-on components        Battery back-
                                           20ft, or 40ft long                               and electrical contacts
                                                                      Snap-on, adjustable                             up (inside)
                                           – and other sizes
                                                                      struts/legs




        Develop a tactical hybrid-electric power system for use
        at Forward Operating Bases to minimize logistics fuel
        consumption related to power generation.
19 Apr 07                                                                                                                         17
Objectives Of HI-POWER Program

• Develop tactical transportable hybrid electric power sources
       To reduce logistics fuel consumption related to power generation
       To meet niche operational capabilities for remote reliable power
       Minimizes logistics or operational impacts

• Validate HI-POWER concept
      Evaluate real-world utility (cf, REF SkyBuilt and USMC DREAM)
      Identify and document requirements for systems (TRADOC)
      Establish analytical business case (cost-benefit analysis)

• Develop strategy that
       Establishes HI-POWER as Joint Standard Mobile Electric Generating
       Source (IAW DoDD 4120.11)
       Supports current military and commercial protocols and standards
       (esp., MIL STD 1332B)
       Provides opportunities for near-term spiral insertions for quick-
       reaction capabilities (if required)
       Ensures supportable systems within the military logistics system



               HI-POWER – Hybrid Electric Intelligent Power Management
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                           HI-POWER Program Acquisition Summary

     FY07                     FY08                      FY09                     FY10                      FY11                      FY12                   FY13

                   A                                                B                                                                                            C
                                                                          System Dev & Demo (SDD)
Initial Planning          Technology Development (TD)                                                                    System Dev & Demo (SDD)                   Production/
                                                                                 Solicitation
& Preparation             Component/ Tech Evaluations                                                                   (Phase II – Test/Eval/TC/MR)               Deployment
                                                                            (Phase I – downselect)


                                                                                                             Solitication
                       Solitication                    Dev Solicitation
                                                                                                              Phase II
                                                                          Solitication
                                                                           Phase I                                           Produce
                                  Prototypes
                                                                                                                            Test Articles
                                                                                         Prototypes
                                           Test/Eval                                                                                        Test/Eval/Log
                                                                                                                                                               Initial
                                                       Downselect                              Test/Eval
                                                                                                                                                             Production

                                                         Prototypes                                    Downselect
                                                                                                                                                                          Fielding
                                                        Spiral 0 to REF



       Acquisition Development Strategy                                                                                  Test Articles
                                                                                                                        Spiral 1 to REF
  • Two step process –technology validation &
     system development
  • Tech Dev to validate technologies and
     integration strategies
                                                                                                DOD Acquisition Lifecycle Model
  • Competitive shootoff (“fly before buy”)
     strategy in SDD
  • Spiral Development to accelerate quick
     reaction to field
  • Ensure standardized, logistically supportable,
    Joint Service capable systems


  HI-POWER – Hybrid Electric Intelligent Power Management
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Technology
  Thrusts

             20
                             Technology Thrusts
              Where We Need To Push the Envelope
Easier Deployment              Easier Sustainment                              Less Life Cycle Cost
  (More per aircraft/ship)        (Less supplies and manhours needed            Less Initial Cost
 Less Weight per kW                to operate)                                  − Increased use of
 − Increased power density       Less Fuel Consumption                            commercial components
 − Lightweight materials         − Increased efficiency                         − Modularity
 Less volume per kW              − Better load management/power distribution    Less Fuel Consumption
 − Increased power density       More Reliable                                  More Reliable
 − Improved packaging/           − Fault tolerant design                        Longer Life
   integration                   − Embedded prognostics/diagnostics             − Improved reliability
                                 − Less maintenance hours                       − Improved efficiency

                                    Improved Capability
      Less Weight                                             More Reliable
     − Easier/faster to move                                 − Runs longer between shutdowns
     − Easier to move off road/non-prepared positions        − Prognostics predict impending shutdowns;
     − More vehicle payload in APU/trailer applications        allows scheduled shutdown versus
      Less Noise                                               unexpected shutdown
     − Use further forward                                    Less than 1kW
     − Less communication/rest interference                  − New units to go where power was previously
      Less Fuel Consumption                                    not available
     − Runs longer on same fuel                              − Manportable
     − Fewer fuel trucks doing convoys/fewer soldier
       manhours spent refueling


       We are relying on Industry to bring innovation forward.
       We are relying on Industry to bring innovation forward.
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                Potential Technologies
 Advanced High Speed Diesel Engines
 Advanced Environmental Control Systems &
   Combined Power / ECU Systems
 Power Electronics & Digital Controls
 Composite Materials & Lightweight Alloys
 Diagnostic & Prognostic Controls
 Microturbines
 Battery Technology
 Stirling Engines
 Direct Energy Conversion
 − Thermophotovoltaics
 − Fuel Cells
 Tactical Inverters (Vehicle & Shelter)
 Permanent Magnet Alternators
 On-Board Vehicle Power



Technologies Must Satisfy
   Operational Needs
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                     DoD Project Manager Mobile Electric Power
                 Information / Points of Contact

    Phones                                         E-mail Addresses
Project Management                 Mr. Richard                       paul.richard@belvoir.army.mil
Office                               Acting Project Manager - Mobile Electric Power
  DSN:     654-3162                Mr. Coady                          alan.coady@belvoir.army.mil
                                     Acting Deputy PM
  COM: (703) 704-3162
  FAX    (703) 704-3257
                                   LtCol Bowers                  thomas.s.bowers@belvoir.army.mil
                                     Product Manager (Small Generator Sets)

                                   LTC Kelleher                     john.kelleher@belvoir.army.mil
                                     Product Manager (Medium Generator Sets)
    Mailing Address                LTC Kelleher                     john.kelleher@belvoir.army.mil
                                     Product Manager (Large Generator Sets)
Project Management Office
                                   Dr. Parrish                       eric.parrish@belvoir.army.mil
 Project Manager –                   Chief Engineer
      Mobile Electric Power
 10205 Burbeck Road
                                   Mr. Coady                          alan.coady@belvoir.army.mil
                                     Chief, Logistics Division
 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5863




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                                       Tactical Electric Power
                                    Acquisition Strategy

                  MIL-STD             Notional Depiction
Generator Fleet
    Army

     Mix




                                                                              Next
                              TQG                          AMMPS
                                                                            Generation
             FY00      FY05         FY10    FY15     FY20     FY25   FY30    FY35    FY40


                            15 Year Buyout Plan
           PROS (Benefits):
           − Maintain hot production base for wartime conditions
           − Supports Industrial Base by leveling requirements
           − Maintains Only Two Generations of Hardware in the field at one time
           − Reduces O&S Costs
           − Maintains Average Age of Fleet at Economic Useable Life Reducing O&S Costs
           − Supports Continual Modernization of Army TEP Fleet
           CONS:
           − Keeps Technology in Field for 30 year period


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Near Term Business Opportunities

Distribution Illumination System Electric (DISE)
 Solicitation Release
 3Q – 4Q FY07



                            Switchboxes for
                             Power Units / Power Plants
                                Solicitation Release
                                1Q FY08

Improved Environmental Control Units (IECU)
 9k, 18k, 36k, BTUH sizes
 Solicitation Release 1Q FY08



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                                                        Tactical Electric Power
                                               Development Strategy
                                                                              Current                                            Acquisition Strategy
                               TQG                                             Year
               RDTE                                     OPA                                                                     • Develop & Field Power
                                                                                                                                  Capabilities using
   Medium                                                                                   AMMPS                                 Phased Development
                                                                                                                                  Approach
   Generator Sets
   5kW – 60kW
                                                                             RDTE                             OPA               • Leverage Commercial
                                                                                                                                  Technologies
                                                                        TQG                                                     • Maximize Competition
                                                                                OPA                                               to meet Military Unique
                                                                                                LAMPS
                                                             RDTE
                           Large                                                                                                  Requirements
                           Generator Sets
                                                                                                                                • Replace Generator
                           100kW – 920kW                                                                                          Sets ~ 15 Years
                                                                                              RDTE                 OPA
                                                                                                                                • Cascade New Assets to
                                                        TQG                                                                       Lower Priority Units as
                                                                                                                                  New Capabilities are
                 Small                   RDTE                                OPA
                                                                                                                                  Fielded
                 Generator Sets                                                                      STEP
                 3kW & Smaller
                                                                                                               RDTE                   OPA

TQG = Tactical Quiet Generator     AMMPS = Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources LAMPS = Large Advanced Mobile Power Sources STEP = Small Tactical Electric Power
  ( Second Generation, Modernized,   ( Next Generation, Medium Mobile Electric Power ( Next Generation, Large Mobile Electric Power ( Next Generation, Small Mobile Electric
    Diesel Engine Generator Sets)      Generating Sources) – 5 – 60kW                  Generating Sources) – 100 to 840kW              Power Generating Sources)



              1990              1995               2000               2005                 2010                2015                2020

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  Improved Environmental Control Unit (IECU)
                  Development Strategy

                          Current
                           Year



60K BTUH IECU                 RDTE         OPA




9K, 18K, 36K BTUH IECU              RDTE          OPA




 2000              2005                    2010         2015   2020




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        Iraq/Afghanistan Lessons Learned
                                                          Generator Sets
•   Power distribution – training/equipment/procedures      and ECUs
•   High temperature operation critical
•   Sand/dust impacts
•   Solar loading (especially on displays)
•   Preventive maintenance paramount (but not being done)
•   Inadequate parts support – sluggish, but improving
•   Requirement for systems assessments
•   Military vs. commercial – warfighting vs. base operations

     Environmental Impacts & MEP Actions         Analog   Digital
      TQG Master Switch –
      Developed Dust Proof Form, Fit, and
      Function Replacement Master Switch
      TQG Computer Interface Module (CIM)
      Overheating Failures Resolved by
      Operational Techniques to Reduce Effects
      of Incoming Solar Radiation (Insolation)
                                                    CIM
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Designed to Operate in All Environmental Conditions




                  IRAQ
                          Balad



                            * Baghdad




                                        Camp Arifjan




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                                                                                        Medium Power Sources
                                                                                                 LTC John Kelleher
5kW TQG 10kW TQG 15kW TQG
5kW TQG 10kW TQG 15kW TQG                          30kW TQG
                                                   30kW TQG            60kW TQG
                                                                       60kW TQG
                                                                                                  Product Manager
Description-                                                                        Benefits/Capabilities
5kw, 10kW, 15kW TQG: Primary Power Source on the Battlefield (TOCs, C4ISR, etc.)
                                                                                    •   5 – 60 kW TQG
CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:                          PRIME CONTRACTOR:             •   Multi-Fuel
Fuel                   Diesel/JP-8                    5, 10, 15kW: DRS - Fermont,   •   Reduced Noise and IR Signature Levels
Noise                  70 dBA @ 7m                        Bridgeport, CT            •   More Reliable
Reliability            600 hrs MTBF                                                 •   Less Weight
Operating Temp         -250 to +1200F                 30 & 60kW: L3, Tulsa, OK
                                                                                    •   HAEMP Protected
Altitude               Full Rating @ 4000ft/95°F
                                                                                    •   Reduced Fuel Consumption
                                                                                    •   Total Package Fielding (Organically Supportable)
                            5kW    10kW    15kW 30kW A/B 60kW A/B                   •   Power Units/Power Plants
Weight (lbs)                888    1182    2124 3006/3040 4063/4200                 •   Less Cost (Procurement, Support Cost)
Fuel Consumption (gal/hr)   0.56    0.97    1.44 2.43/2.60 4.51/4.70
Size (Cu ft.)                 34      41      77   88/88   103/103
                                                                                    •   Transportable
ORD - Feb 88
                                                                                        From: Required Operational Capability (ROC)


Requirements Documents                                                              Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
                                                                                                            5,10,15kW and
                                                                                                              30 & 60kW                    30 & 60kW
     ROC and O&O Plan for the Commercial Generator                                                            A Models                     B Models
     Sets and Assemblages (CGSA) –                                                      Milestone III         July 1992                    Aug 2000
     25 February 1988, Revised 10 July 1995                                             Type Classification   July 1992                    Aug 2000
                                                                                        Production Release    July 1992                    Aug 2000
                                                                                        Materiel Release      Nov 1993                     May 2001
                                                                                        FUE      Fort Bragg   Dec 1993
                                                                                                 Europe                                    Sep 2001

                                                                                        10 yr Production Contract (FY97 through FY07)


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                                                         Advanced Medium Mobile Power Sources
             Photo
                                                                                             AMMPS
              NA
                                                              LTC John Kelleher – Product Manager
Description-            AMMPS: Future DOD Standard Family of medium
                                                                                     Benefits/Capabilities
                        (5-60kW) generator sets in 48 different configurations.
Desired CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:                                                 •   3kW Through 200kW
TEP ORD Thresholds       TEP ORD Objectives (Compared to TQG)                        •   Multi-Fuel (JP-8, JP-4, JP-5, DF-1, DF-2, DF-A)
10% Lighter              25% Lighter                                                 •   Reduced Noise and IR Signature Levels
15% More Fuel Efficient  25% More Fuel Efficient                                     •   More Reliable
3 dBA Quieter             6 dBA Quieter                                              •   Less Weight
20% More Reliable        50% More Reliable                                           •   HAEMP Protected
Maint Ratio: 0.025        Maint Ratio: 0.015                                         •   Reduced Fuel Consumption
EPA Compliant Engines     EPA Compliant Engines                                      •   Total Package Fielding (Logistically Supportable)
                                                                                     •   Power Units/Power Plants
SPECIAL FEATURES MAY INCLUDE:                KEY CONTRACTORS:                        •   Less Cost (Procurement, Support Cost)
 Digital Controls, Diagnostics/Prognostics   • ONAN Corp./Cummins Power Generation
                                                                                     •   Transportable (EAT, 5 & 10 kW Air Drop, etc.)
 Variable Speed Diesel Engines               • DRS - Fermont
 Advanced Structural Materials
 Modular Components



Requirements Documents                                                               Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
            Title Date                                 App’d by                           MS B                        1QFY04
                                                                                          MS C                        3QFY08*
     Tactical Electric Power                             JROC
     Operational Requirements                                                             Full Materiel               1QFY09*
     Document (TEP ORD)                                                                   Release
     24 March 2004
                                                                                          FUE                         2QFY09*


                                                                                          *Pending revision based on Phase II/III
                                                                                           contract award.




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                                                                                                            Large Power Sources
100kW                                                                                                                       LTC John Kelleher
                                                       840kW DPGDS                                                           Product Manager
                                                  Deployable Power Generation
                     200kW                          and Distribution System

Description-                                                                                                Benefits/Capabilities
100kW & 200kW TQG: Replaces the current 100kW & 200kW MIL-STD gen sets.
Available in both skid and trailer mounted. Typical units – Medical, COSCOMs,                               •     100kW, 200 kW and 840 kW (DPGDS)
Hospitals, Homeland Defense.                                                                                •     Multi-Fuel
100kW & 200kW CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:          DPGDS CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:                      •     Reduced Noise and IR Signature Levels
Fuel                   Diesel/JP-8                  Fuel                     Diesel/JP-8                    •     More Reliable
Noise 70 dBA @ 7m                                   Noise                    < 85 dBA
Reliability            840 hrs MTBF                 Reliability              TBD
                                                                                                            •     Less Weight
Operating Temp         -25°F to +120°F              Weight (Wet)             28,560                         •     HAEMP Protected
Altitude               Rated pwr to 4000ft/95°F     Size (cu ft)               1,907
                                                    Operating Temp           -25°F to +125°F
                                                                                                            •     Reduced Fuel Consumption
                          100kW  200kW              Altitude                 Rated up to 4,000/95°F         •     Total Package Fielding (Logistically Supportable)
Weight (lbs)              5,800  9,100              Fuel Capacity            120 gal
Fuel Capacity (gal)          60    120              Fuel Consumption          60 gph
                                                                                                            •     Power Units/Power Plants
Fuel Consumption (gal/hr)    7.8  13.9              ORD                      AFORD (Aug 96)                 •     Less Cost (Procurement, Support Cost)
Size (Cu ft.)               160    250
ORD - CGSA ROC (100kW), Mar 88/Jul 95               PRIME CONTRACTORS:                                      •     Transportable
                                                    DRS-Fermont, Bridgeport, CT (Contract Ends March 08)
PRIME CONTRACTOR: DRS - Fermont, Bridgeport, CT
                                                    Radian, Inc., Alexandria, VA (Contract Ends March 08)
                                                                                                                 From: Required Operational Capability (ROC)


Requirements Documents                                                                                      Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
     ROC and O&O Plan for the Commercial Generator                                                              100kW & 200kW TQG MS C 3QFY04
     Sets and Assemblages (CGSA) –                                                                              Materiel Release: Sept ‘06
     25 February 1988, Revised 10 July 1995

     Joint ORD (USAF / USA) CAF-USA 316-92-I/II-E for                                                           DPGDS: USAF-Managed Program. Currently being
     a NEW FAMILY OF BARE BASE ELECTRONIC                                                                       fielded to 249th Engr. Bn (Prime Power)
     POWER GENERATION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
     - 29 August 1996, Commander, Air Combat
     Command




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                                                                    Power Units / Power Plants (PU/PP)
               PU
               PU                     PP
                                      PP
                                                                                                          Ms. Sidi Mathews
Description-
           PU/PP: Provide Tactical Quiet Generators (TQG) in trailer-mounted
           configurations in sizes 3kW, 5kW, 10kW, 15kW, 30kW, and 60kW.                              Benefits/Capabilities
CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:                      KEY CONTRACTORS / Gov’t Activities:
• Power Unit (PU) One Generator Set               • Schutt Industries, Inc, Clintonville, WI
  mounted on one trailer                          • Turtle Mountain Manufacturing Co., Belcourt, ND
                                                  • Silver Eagle Manufacturing, Portland, OR          •   Provide mobility capability for 3-200kW TQG fleet
   5kW, 10kW, 15kW, 30kW, and 60kW TQGs
                                                  • DOL Ft Drum, NY
   mounted on HMT, 1T, or 2½T trailer, towed
                                                  • DLA Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA
   by HMMWV or 2½T truck
   (10 separate models)
                                                  • CECOM Ft Monmouth, NJ & Tobyhanna, PA
                                                  • PM-Trailers, Warren, MI
                                                                                                      •   Configurations towable behind HMMV, 2 ½ T and
• Power Plant (PP) Two Generator Sets with                                                                5T trucks
  switchbox and ancillary equipment mounted
  on one or two trailers (depending on
  generator set size and weight)
    3kW, 5kW, 10kW, 15kW, 30kW, and 60kW
                                                                                                      •   Trailer platforms reliable and supportable
    TQGs mounted on HMT, 1T, 1½T, 2½T or
    5T trailer, towed by HMMWV, 2½T or 5T truck
    (11 separate models)




Requirements Documents                                                                                Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
    ROC and O&O Plan for the Commercial Generator                                                              Driven by TQG milestones
    Sets and Assemblages (CGSA) –
    25 February 1988, Revised 10 July 1995
    ORD for the Less-Than-3kW (LT3kW) Generator –
    14 July 1992, Amended 7 March 1996
    Tactical Electric Power Operational Requirements
    Document (TEP ORD) 24 March 2004




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                                                                                                             Small Power Sources
                                                                                          LtCol Tom Bowers, USMC, Product Manager
                      2kW MTG                  3kW TQG
Description-
2kW MTG: Smallest set in DOD Standard Family.            3kW TQG: Most technically advanced generator set      Benefits/Capabilities
Replaces 1.5kW Gasoline MIL-STD set. Derived             PM-MEP has fielded to date. Replaces gasoline and
from FCT of Canadian design. Very versatile,             diesel MIL-STD generator sets.
diesel/JP-8 fueled, man-portable generator set.
                                                         CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:
                                                                                                                •    Multi-Fuel (JP-8, JP-4, JP-5, DF-1, DF-2, DF-A)
CHARACTERISTICS/PERFORMANCE:
Fuel                     Diesel/JP-8                     Fuel              Diesel/JP-8                          •    Reduced Noise and IR Signature Levels
                                                         Noise             70 dBA @ 7m
Noise
Reliability
                         79 dBA
                         500+hrs MTBF                    Reliability       >560 hrs MTBOMF                      •    More Reliable
Weight (Wet)             138 lbs DC
                         158 lbs AC
                                                         Weight (Wet)
                                                         Size
                                                                           326 lbs
                                                                           15.05 cu ft
                                                                                                                •    Less Weight
Size                     5.95 cu ft                      Operating Temp
                                                         Altitude
                                                                           -250 to +1200F
                                                                           3kW @ 1000ft/107°F
                                                                                                                •    HAEMP Protected
Operating Temp           -500 to +1200F
Altitude                 2kW @ 4000ft/120°F                                de-rated up to 8000ft                •    Reduced Fuel Consumption
                         derated up to 8000ft            Fuel Capacity     8 hours + Auxiliary
Fuel Capacity            4 hours @ 100% Load             Fuel Consumption  .33gal/hr                            •    Total Package Fielding (Logistically Supportable)
Fuel Consumption         .33gal/hr                       ORD – CGSA ROC w/Revision 1995
ORD -LT3kW 14 Jul 1992
                                                                                                                •    Less Cost (Procurement, Support Cost)
                                                         SPECIAL FEATURES:
SPECIAL FEATURES:
                                                         • Variable Speed Diesel Engine
                                                                                                                •    Transportable (EAT, 5 & 10 kW Air Drop, etc.)
• Diesel / JP-8 Fuel • Man-portable • High Reliability
• Supports MKT modern burner unit (MBU); TUAV /          • Permanent Magnet Alternator
EPLRS / AHS / HIMARS / Woodworking Set /                 • Digital Controls
  Army Air Traffic System




Requirements Documents                                                                                         Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
       ROC and O&O Plan for the Commercial Generator                                                                2kW                               3kW
       Sets and Assemblages (CGSA) –                                                                                Re-Buy Production                 Re-Buy Production
       25 February 1988, Revised 10 July 1995                                                                       Award Sep 01                      Award Sep 01
       ORD for the Less-Than-3kW (LT3kW) Generator –                                                                10 Year Contract                  10 Year Contract
       14 July 1992, Amended 7 March 1996




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                    PDISE Components
                    PDISE Components                                     Power Distribution
                                                               Illumination System Electrical (PDISE)
                                                                 LtCol Tom Bowers, USMC, Product Manager

Description-
          PDISE:         A set of man portable power distribution
                                                                                         Benefits/Capabilities
                 components allowing the distribution of power within a
                 tactical unit. The components consist of four different
                 distribution boxes plus associated cables and a lighting                Expeditionary Attributes
                 system.
                                                                                         •   Distribute Power
Characteristics/Performance:                   Future Operational Improvements:          •   Ruggedized
Two feeder systems (M200 and M100)             Ability to manage power distribution.     •   Uses Military Standard Connectors
Two distribution systems (M40 and M60)         Disconnect low priority loads.
Utility receptacle and lighting system (M46)   Bring generators on-line as power
Operating Temp -25°F to +120°F
                               M46
                                               demands increase.                         Quality Power
            M200 M100 M40 M60 Utility Kit      KEY CONTRACTORS:                          •   Consolidates Power Sources
Weight (lbs) 140  77   55  45   85             • Federal Prison Industries (thru 2013)
                                               • Tobyhanna Army Depot
                                                 (FY05 contract)



Requirements Documents                                                                   Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
         Title                   Date          App’d by             Status                   FY05 - 06
                                                                                             • Placed production order with
  Performance               20 April 1992       CECOM               Requires                    Tobyhanna Army Depot
  Specification                                                     Update                   • Completed fielding to 4th ID and SBCT 1-6 to enable
  For PDISE
                                                                                                TOC Central Power
  MIL-REF-53126
                                                                                             • Completed Power distribution evaluation program
                                                                                                (CERDEC)
                                                                                             FY07
                                                                                             • Award competitive five year contract
                                                                                             • Field to SBCT-7
                                                                                             • Field to 101 ABN



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                                   Improved Environmental Control Unit (IECU)
                                                     LtCol Tom Bowers, USMC, Product Manager


Description-                                                                              Benefits/Capabilities
The Family of IECUs will provide cooling, heating and dehumidification to soldiers and    • Reduced system weight by 10 – 15%                    • IECUs utilize zero ozone-depleting
materiel systems in Combat, Combat Support, and Combat Service Support units. The         • Reduced power consumption by 25%                        refrigerant.
IECU requirement is derived from the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, which bans         • Soft start (i.e. reduced inrush current)             • IECUs are designed for "military
the use and production of ozone-depleting substances used in existing military standard   • Increased reliability: MTBF = 2100 vs. 960 hrs          environment". Able to survive "military"
ECUs by 2030 and bans the production of the current ECUs in 2010. The IECUs have          • Increased supportability due to readily                 handling and transportation requirements.
Joint Service applications.                                                                 available commercial components                      • NBC filtration compatible and EMP/EMI
                                                                                          • Logistics footprint is greatly reduced by lighter-      protected
                                                                                            weight IECUs that require much less electrical       • Operate at wider operating temperatures
• New generation of ECUs to replace the current Military                                    power and, consequently, less fuel and               • More ruggedized than commercial ECUs.
  Standard (MIL STD) family of ECUs.                                                        potentially downsized generators.                    • Embedded diagnostics.
• IECUs utilize zero ozone depleting refrigerants.                                                                                               • Automatic safety controls.
• Form, fit and function replacement to current MIL-STD ECUs.                                                                                    • Remote control capability.
• Procurement based on performance based requirements vs.
  technical data package drawings.




Requirements Documents                                                                    Milestones Achieved/Scheduled
        Title                 Date               App’d by              Status                                               - 60K IECU -
    ORD for      Oct 2004                       Army G-3             Approved                    • Awarded 60k IECU SDD contract – Apr 06
    IECU                                                                                         • Logistics Demonstration – May 07
    CARDS #16123
                                                                                                 • PQT Completion – Jul 07
                                                                                                 • TM Val-Ver; User Evaluation – Aug 07

                                                                                                                       - 9/18/36K IECU -
                                                                                                 • Award SDD Contract – Mar 08



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