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55.6 PERFORMING SITE TASKS
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SITE, as with any system, consists of three phases: pre-testing phase, testing phase, and a posttesting phase. Each phase consists of a series of tasks for integrating, testing, evaluating, and verifying the design of an item s or con guration item (CI). Remember, every system is unique. The discussions that follow represent generic test tasks that apply to every level of abstraction. These tasks are highly interactive and may cycle numerous times, especially in the testing phase.
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Task 1.0: Perform Pre-test Activities
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Task 1.1 Task 1.2 Task 1.3 Task 1.4 Con gure the test environment. Prepare and instrument the test article(s) for SITE. Integrate the test article into the test environment. Perform a test readiness inspection and assessment.
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Task 2.0: Test and Evaluate Test Article Performance
Task 2.1 Task 2.2 Task 2.3 Task 2.4 Task 2.5 Perform informal testing. Evaluate informal test results. Optimize design and test article performance. Prepare test article for formal veri cation testing. Perform a dry run test to check out ATP.
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Task 3.0: Verify Test Article Performance Compliance
Task 3.1 Conduct a test readiness review (TRR). Task 3.2 Formally verify the test article.
Task 4.0: Perform Post-test Follow-up Actions
Task 4.1 Task 4.2 Task 4.3 Task 4.4 Prepare item veri cation test reports (VTRs). Archive test data. Implement all DR corrective actions. Refurbish/recondition test article(s) for delivery, if permissible.
Resolving Discrepancy Reports (DRs)
When a test failure occurs and a discrepancy report (DR) is documented, a determination has to be made as to the signi cance of the problem on the test article and test plan as well as isolation of the problem source. While the general tendency is to focus on the test article due to its unproven design, the source of the problem can originate from any one of the test environment elements shown in Figure 55.2 such as a test operator or test procedure error; test con guration or test environment problem, or combinations of these. From these contributing elements we can construct a fault isolation tree such as the one shown in Figure 55.3. Our purpose during an investigation such as this is to assume everything is suspect and logically rule out elements by a process of elimination. Once the DR and the conditions surrounding the failure are understood, our rst decision is to determine if the problem originated external or internal to the test facility, as applicable. For those problems originating within the facility, decide if this is a test operator, test article, test con guration, Test environment, or test measurement problem. Since the test procedure is the orchestration mechanism, start with it and its test con guration. Is the test con guration correct Was the test environment controlled at all times without any dis-
Log Test Log Test Discrepancy Discrepancy
Discrepancy Report (DR)
Investigate Investigate Test Failure Test Failure
Problem Source External to Test Facility
Problem Source Internal to Test Facility
Observers Test Environment Problem
External Test External Test Environment Environment Problem Problem
Test Article Problem
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10 Test Test Configuration Configuration Problem Problem
11 Test Test Equipment Equipment Problem Problem
12 Test Test Operator Operator Problem Problem
13 Test Test Procedure Procedure Problem Problem
14 Item Item Specification Specification Problem Problem
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Submit Corrective Action Recommendations Submit Corrective Action Recommendations
Figure 55.3 Test Discrepancy Source Isolation Tree
55.7 Common Integration and Test Challenges and Issues
continuities Did the operator perform the steps correctly in the proper sequence without bypassing any Is the test procedure awed Does it contain errors Was a dry run conducted with the test procedure prior to verify its logic and steps If so, the test article may be suspect. Whereas people tend to rush to judgment and take corrective action, VALIDATE the problem source by reconstructing the test con guration, operating conditions, sequence of events, test procedures, and observations as documented in the test log, DR, and test personnel interviews. If the problem originated with the test article, retrace the development of the item in reverse order to its system development work ow. Was the item built correctly per its design requirements Was it properly inspected and veri ed If so, was there a problem due to component, material, process, or workmanship defect(s) or in the veri cation of the item If so, determine if the test article will have to be reworked, scrapped, reprocured, or retested. If not, the design or speci cation may be suspect. Audit the design. Is it fully compliant with its speci cation Does the design have an inherent aw Were there errors in translating speci cation requirements into the design documentation Was the speci cation requirement misinterpreted If so, redesign to correct the aw or error will have to be performed. If not, since the speci cation establishes the compliance thresholds for veri cation testing, you may have to consider: 1) revising the speci cation and 2) reallocating performance budgets and margins. Based on your ndings, recommend, obtain approval, and implement the corrective actions. Then, perform regression testing based on the where the last validate test unaffected by the failure was completed.