Naval Weapons Station, Concord export capability : a simulation model.
Fountain, David C.
Sagehorn, Robert W.
Bouchoux, Donald R.
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This paper represents an analysis of the ocean ammunition export function of the Naval Weapons Station at Concord, California. The analysis, utilizing the general purpose transportation simulator TRANSIM, defines the system and adapts it to TRANSIM notation. The objective of the project was to establish a workable model and use it to predict the maximum export capability of NWS, Concord. Five simulations were completed; three replicated the historical data to establish the model's workability and the other two indicated increased capabilities possible.
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