Date of Award
Master of Science in Engineering Management
Department of Systems Engineering and Management
Steven J. Schuldt, PhD
Contingency bases are often located in remote areas with limited access to established infrastructure grids. This isolation leads to standalone systems comprised of inefficient, resource-dependent infrastructure, which yields a significant logistical burden, creates negative environmental impacts, and increases costs. Planners can mitigate these negative impacts by selecting sustainable technologies. However, such alternatives often come at a higher procurement cost and mobilization requirement. Accordingly, this study aims to develop and implement a novel infrastructure sustainability assessment model capable of optimizing the tradeoffs between environmental and economic performance of infrastructure alternatives.
DTIC Accession Number
Filer, Jamie E., "Optimizing the Environmental and Economic Sustainability of Contingency Base Infrastructure" (2020). Theses and Dissertations. 3234.