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Strength, hydraulic conductivity and leachability have been found to be key performance parameters for both processes.
Testing limited to determining only whether technically focused key performance parameters (KPPs) have been satisfied does not capture improvements in mission accomplishment or achievement of intended combat capabilities in an operational environment.
Affordability is a key performance parameter in today's challenging acquisition environment.
The standards specify four-pair copper cabling performance up to 500 MHz and add key performance parameters for alien crosstalk that were not characterized in previous drafts.
The result, claim Alfa Laval, is a system that is ahead of current air heat exchangers in key performance parameters such as design flexibility, noise levels, refrigerant charge and energy efficiency.
``The F-35 is now tracking ahead of its key performance parameters, and past concerns about the aircraft's aerodynamic performance have diminished,'' said Tom Burbage, Lockheed Martin executive vice president and general manager of F-35 JSF program integration.
In a recent acquisition decision memorandum, the undersecretary writes that "the flight testing has demonstrated (the V-22 has) combat maneuvering superior to helicopters, acceptable handling qualities in low speed flight and dynamic shipboard compatibility," among other performance attributes, that satisfy "the threshold levels for all of its key performance parameters and reliability and maintainability metrics.
Validated the seven FCS Key Performance Parameters (KPPs).