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Suggested Citation:"References." National Research Council. 2004. Meeting the Energy Needs of Future Warriors. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11065.
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Acharaya, V. 2003. Power Management for the Dismounted Soldier. Presentation by Vijay Acharya, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, to a fact-finding group of the Committee on Soldier Power/Energy Systems. October 27.


Brower, W. 2003. Soldier Power Overview. Presentation by William Brower, Deputy Project Manager Soldier Power to the Committee on Soldier Power/Energy Systems, June and August.


Erb, M. 2003. OFW Power Management IPT. Presentation by Matthew Erb, Eagle Enterprises, to a fact-finding group of the Committee on Soldier Power/Energy Systems. October 8.


Graham, D., and S. Feldman. 2003. Power and Energy Systems IPT. Presentation by Dan Graham, General Dynamics Robotics Systems, and Scott Feldman, PM Soldier, during the General Dynamics Robotics Systems site visit on October 8.


Main, J. 2003. Exo-Skeleton Developments. Presentation by John Main, DARPA, to the Committee on Soldier Power/Energy Systems. Washington, D.C. June 19.

Masadi, J. 2003. Microclimate Cooling. Teleconference presentation by Roger Masadi, U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command, Natick Soldier Center, to the Committee on Soldier Power/Energy Systems. October 30 .


Pellegrino, J. 2003. Workshop on Energy and Power for the Soldier—Conclusions. Presentation by John Pellegrino, Army Research Laboratory, to the Committee on Soldier Power/Energy Systems. May 12.

Suggested Citation:"References." National Research Council. 2004. Meeting the Energy Needs of Future Warriors. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11065.
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The central characteristic of the evolution of the combat soldier in recent years is an increasingly sophisticated array of sensing, communications, and related electronics for use in battlefield situations. The most critical factor for maintaining this evolution will be the development of power supply systems capable of operating those electronics effectively for missions up to 72 hours long. To address the challenge, it is important that new approaches be sought on how to integrate and power these electronics. To assist in addressing this problem, the Army requested the National Research Council to review the state of the art and to recommend technologies that will support the rapid development of effective power systems for the future warrior. This report presents the results of that review. It provides an assessment of various technology options for different power level requirements, power system design, and soldier energy sinks. The report also describes future design concepts, focusing on low-power systems. Recommendations for technology development and system design are presented.

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