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If you are developing an FFP specification for any gas or fluid movement applications, such as;
 
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  1. pumps, [sewer, overflow, pressure, desalination, etc.]
  2. compressors, [transport, pipeline, vacuums, etc.]
  3.  pavement temperature managers, [roadways, launch pads, decks, runways, etc.]
  4.  speed control systems, [vehicles,  pedestrians, livestock, etc]
  5.  emergency stopping systems, [runaway trucks, emergency landing aircraft, dock protection, etc.]

You can embrace the option of employing gravitational, or vibrational  energy as the power source, specifications should eschew the following conventional metrics;

  1. State the power requirements of the application, as opposed to specifying a particular power source, often embodied in a part number or OEM.   State the power requirements in-terms of application,( for example to move on demand 1,500 gallons of rainwater 15 feet above grade with a flow rate in GPM)
  2. In the RFP describe the problem  to be solved, and the environment that it is to be managed in, as opposed to specifying a particular solutions, often embodied as a part number or OEM. For example if the project is to manage storm runoff from an extensive low grade area, describe this as the problem, with volume metrics such as amount and flow rates,  in an RFP as opposed to picking a device and OEM.

Typical of RFP which opens the door to alternative power sources and methods are as follows;

  1. RFP small airport emergency stoppage or runway shortening.: RPF: The specification is intended to identify and compare FFP methods for  reducing the length of a military runway by 25%, handling  AUW and MDLW aircraft at a maximum of  21,000 lbs.  Passive and active methods are compared on theoretical and practical metrics, including economic, environmental, and operational factors.
  2. RFP Rapid de-watering of great expanses of varied topology.  RFP The specification is intended to identify and compare FFP methods for the rapid, on demand, movement of storm water up-grade 10 ft, at sustained rates of 50,000 gallon per minute.  The rate must be sustained for up to 72 hours with maintenance costs not exceeding 10% of installed cost per year.
  3. RFP clean water supply for 200 man base from deep aquifers (300 ft). RFP The specification is intended to identify and compare FFP methods for the constant movement up grade 300 ft of water at a average rate of 50 GPM.  System must work in a limited, or fixed, fuel environment. with minimal noise, and setup times not to exceed 200 man hours.

You will often be pleasantly surprised that your application can be solved with out the artifacts of  regional importing of energy, such as slow or rapid oxidation, or point risk to personnel or populace. While minimizing combustion artifacts such as noise or pollution. 

 The specification methods that we have listed above will help to spread the burden of developing best practice solutions from the contracting officer to the research, and design communities.    Many large problems scale similarly to the divides between Newtonian and quantum physics, in that scaling is often not only in-accurate but also ineffective.

 
Please contact our military specialists at militaryresearch@gravitationalsystems.org for support or information in RFP development.  If you have some RFP that you would like us to consider please send it or a link to militaryRFP@gravitationalsystems.com.


     
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