The article deals with the issue of the energy efficiency in military camps. The military camps are mostly built during military deployments in case of exercises or missions. As different kinds of temporary structures are typically used to shelter large part of the camps’ facilities, the area of improvement for better energy efficiency lies mainly in the utilization of energy efficient devices, machines and pieces of equipment that are used by deployed personnel. The resulting lower energy consumption does not only bring lower financial and logistical burden to the military units but also contribute to the lower environmental impact of military activities. And ultimately, lowering energy use, especially fossil fuel, may result in cleaner environment and significantly affect health of deployed personnel. Overall, there are many benefits brought by energy efficient devices and equipment in several overlapped areas in military camps and their surroundings.
Using of 3D printed spare parts for Navy supply supported by mentioned inspection meets the requirement for enhancing the logistic performance by provide to military end-users possibilities to produce spare parts using additive manufacturing solutions, particularly in the context of overseas operations, that can be easily presented with several examples. But with application of additive manufacturing in naval operations to product different objects in a variety of materials in an open water environment, we need to start with development of innovative solutions for intelligent inspection of products of selective laser melting from metallic powders is a topic of great importance in nowadays if we talk about real strategies in logistic support including overseas naval outposts support equipment and the reverse engineering of obsolescent parts such as many of those that could be found on the perspective sea platforms with particular focus on maritime littoral and high sea areas—demonstrate advantages of additive manufacturing.
When considering the scale of the rock massif to solve a specific rock problem, it is necessary to consider the structure of the massif within this scale (volume). If the structure is homogeneous within the scale of the massif, the solution can use existing ideas about the properties of rocks in the massif and the scale effect. A homogeneous massif can be composed of micro-heterogeneous “mother” elements. In this case, consideration of rock strength characteristics is associated with statistical characteristics considered in laboratory tests of rock properties. This mathematical apparatus can be important during the selection of rock massif that could be appropriative enough for location of fallout shelters for protection of civilian population against the effects of Nuclear Weapons.
The topic of energy use and energy consumption is currently largely dealt not only in the architecture and civil engineering but also in the military environment. The operating costs of military camps and facilities can be rising extremely quickly especially in hot climate conditions where the requirements for appropriately air-conditioned working places and other mission related areas are crucial for the uninterrupted command and control of any operation. The energy use and energy consumption must be considered already during the planning phase of the military facility and it must take into account as many limiting factors as possible. This is not a completely new problem and many different approaches to the solution are already here and ready to use, and one of them is a method or a system called energy audit that is an efficient tool for improving the energy use and consumption.