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Missile Guidance and Control Systems

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ISBN-13:
9780387007267
Einband:
Buch
Seiten:
666
Autor:
George M. Siouris
Gewicht:
1187 g
Format:
242x161x mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Contents
1 Introduction
References

2 The Generalized Missile Equations of Motion
2.1 Coordinate Systems
2.1.1 Transformation Properties of Vectors
2.1.2 Linear Vector Functions
2.1.3 Tensors
2.1.4 Coordinate Transformations
2.2 Rigid-Body Equations of Motion
2.3 D'Alembert's Principle
2.4 Lagrange's Equations for Rotating Coordinate Systems

References
3 Aerodynamic Forces and Coefficients
3.1 Aerodynamic Forces Relative to the Wind Axis System
3.2 Aerodynamic Moment Representation
3.2.1 Airframe Characteristics and Criteria
3.3 System Design and Missile Mathematical Model
3.3.1 System Design
3.3.2 The Missile Mathematical Model
3.4 The Missile Guidance System Model
3.4.1 The Missile Seeker Subsystem
3.4.2 Missile Noise Inputs
3.4.3 Radar Target Tracking Signal
3.4.4 Infrared Tracking Systems
3.5 Autopilots
3.5.1 Control Surfaces and Actuators
3.6 English Bias
References

4 Tactical Missile Guidance Laws
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Tactical Guidance Intercept Techniques
4.2.1 Homing Guidance
4.2.2 Command and Other Types of Guidance
4.3 Missile Equations of Motion
4.4 Derivation of the Fundamental Guidance Equations
4.5 Proportional Navigation
4.6 Augmented Proportional Navigation
4.7 Three-Dimensional Proportional Navigation
4.8 Application of Optimal Control of Linear Feedback Systems with Quadratic Performance Criteria in Missile Guidance
4.8.1 Introduction
4.8.2 Optimal Filtering
4.8.3 Optimal Control of Linear Feedback Systems with Quadratic Performance Criteria
4.8.4 Optimal Control for Intercept Guidance
4.9 End Game
References

5 Weapon Delivery Systems
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Definitions and Acronyms Used in Weapon Delivery
5.2.1 Definitions
5.2.2 Acronyms
5.3 Weapon Delivery Requirements
5.3.1 Tactics and Maneuvers
5.3.2 Aircraft Sensors
5.4 The Navigation/Weapon Delivery System
5.4.1 The Fire Control Computer
5.5 Factors In.uencing Weapon Delivery Accuracy
5.5.1 Error Sensitivities
5.5.2 Aircraft Delivery Modes
5.6 Unguided Weapons
5.6.1 Types of Weapon Delivery
5.6.2 Unguided Free-Fall Weapon Delivery
5.6.3 Release Point Computation for Unguided Bombs
5.7 The Bombing Problem
5.7.1 Conversion of Ground Plane Miss Distance into Aiming Plane Miss Distance
5.7.2 Multiple Impacts
5.7.3 Relationship Among REP, DEP, and CEP
5.8 Equations of Motion
5.9 Covariance Analysis
5.10 Three-Degree-of-Freedom Trajectory Equations and Error Analysis
5.10.1 Error Analysis
5.11 Guided Weapons
5.12 Integrated Flight Control in Weapon Delivery
5.12.1 Situational Awareness/Situation Assessment (SA/SA)
5.12.2 Weapon Delivery Targeting Systems
5.13 Air-to-Ground Attack Component
5.14 Bomb Steering
5.15 Earth Curvature
5.16 Missile Launch Envelope
5.17 Mathematical Considerations Pertaining to the Accuracy of Weapon Delivery Computations
References

6 Strategic Missiles
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Two-Body Problem
6.3 Lambert's Theorem
6.4 First-Order Motion of a Ballistic Missile
6.4.1 Application of the Newtonian Inverse-Square Field Solution to Ballistic Missile Flight
6.4.2 The Spherical Hit Equation
6.4.3 Ballistic Error Coef.cients
6.4.4 Effect of the Rotation of the Earth
6.5 The Correlated Velocity and Velocity-to-Be-Gained Concepts
6.5.1 Correlated Velocity
6.5.2 Velocity-to-Be-Gained
6.5.3 The Missile Control System
6.5.4 Control During the Atmospheric Phase
6.5.5 Guidance Techniques
6.6 Derivation of the Force Equation for Ballistic Missiles
6.6.1 Equations of Motion
6.6.2 Missile Dynamics
6.7 Atmospheric Reentry
6.8 Missile Flight Model
6.9 Ballistic Missile Intercept
6.9.1 Introduction
6.9.2 Missile Tracking Equations of Motion
References

7 Cruise Missiles
7.1 Introduction
7.2 System Description7.2.1 System Functional Operation and Requirements
7.2.2 Missile Navigation System Description
7.3 Cruise Missile Navigation System Error Analysis
7.3.1 Navigation Coordinate System
7.4 Terrain Contour Matching (TERCOM)
7.4.1 Introd
Airborne Vehicle Guidance and Control Systems is a broad and wide- angled engineering and technological area for research, and continues
to be important not only in military defense systems but also in
industrial process control and in commercial transportation networks
such as various Global Positioning Systems (GPS). The book fills a
long-standing gap in the literature. The author is retired from the
Air Force Institute and received the Air Force's Outstanding Civilian
Career Service Award.

Contents
1 Introduction
References

2 The Generalized Missile Equations of Motion
2.1 Coordinate Systems
2.1.1 Transformation Properties of Vectors
2.1.2 Linear Vector Functions
2.1.3 Tensors
2.1.4 Coordinate Transformations
2.2 Rigid-Body Equations of Motion
2.3 D'Alembert's Principle
2.4 Lagrange's Equations for Rotating Coordinate Systems

References
3 Aerodynamic Forces and Coefficients
3.1 Aerodynamic Forces Relative to the Wind Axis System
3.2 Aerodynamic Moment Representation
3.2.1 Airframe Characteristics and Criteria
3.3 System Design and Missile Mathematical Model
3.3.1 System Design
3.3.2 The Missile Mathematical Model
3.4 The Missile Guidance System Model
3.4.1 The Missile Seeker Subsystem
3.4.2 Missile Noise Inputs
3.4.3 Radar Target Tracking Signal
3.4.4 Infrared Tracking Systems
3.5 Autopilots
3.5.1 Control Surfaces and Actuators
3.6 English Bias
References

4 Tactical Missile Guidance Laws
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Tactical Guidance Intercept Techniques
4.2.1 Homing Guidance
4.2.2 Command and Other Types of Guidance
4.3 Missile Equations of Motion
4.4 Derivation of the Fundamental Guidance Equations
4.5 Proportional Navigation
4.6 Augmented Proportional Navigation
4.7 Three-Dimensional Proportional Navigation
4.8 Application of Optimal Control of Linear Feedback Systems with Quadratic Performance Criteria in Missile Guidance
4.8.1 Introduction
4.8.2 Optimal Filtering
4.8.3 Optimal Control of Linear Feedback Systems with Quadratic Performance Criteria
4.8.4 Optimal Control for Intercept Guidance
4.9 End Game
References

5 Weapon Delivery Systems
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Definitions and Acronyms Used in Weapon Delivery
5.2.1 Definitions
5.2.2 Acronyms
5.3 Weapon Delivery Requirements
5.3.1 Tactics and Maneuvers
5.3.2 Aircraft Sensors
5.4 The Navigation/Weapon Delivery System
5.4.1 The Fire Control Computer
5.5 Factors In.uencing Weapon Delivery Accuracy
5.5.1 Error Sensitivities
5.5.2 Aircraft Delivery Modes
5.6 Unguided Weapons
5.6.1 Types of Weapon Delivery
5.6.2 Unguided Free-Fall Weapon Delivery
5.6.3 Release Point Computation for Unguided Bombs
5.7 The Bombing Problem
5.7.1 Conversion of Ground Plane Miss Distance into Aiming Plane Miss Distance
5.7.2 Multiple Impacts
5.7.3 Relationship Among REP, DEP, and CEP
5.8 Equations of Motion
5.9 Covariance Analysis
5.10 Three-Degree-of-Freedom Trajectory Equations and Error Analysis
5.10.1 Error Analysis
5.11 Guided Weapons
5.12 Integrated Flight Control in Weapon Delivery
5.12.1 Situational Awareness/Situation Assessment (SA/SA)
5.12.2 Weapon Delivery Targeting Systems
5.13 Air-to-Ground Attack Component
5.14 Bomb Steering
5.15 Earth Curvature
5.16 Missile Launch Envelope
5.17 Mathematical Considerations Pertaining to the Accuracy of Weapon Delivery Computations
References

6 Strategic Missiles
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Two-Body Problem
6.3 Lambert's Theorem
6.4 First-Order Motion of a Ballistic Missile
6.4.1 Application of the Newtonian Inverse-Square Field Solution to Ballistic Missile Flight
6.4.2 The Spherical Hit Equation
6.4.3 Ballistic Error Coef.cients
6.4.4 Effect of the Rotation of the Earth
6.5 The Correlated Velocity and Velocity-to-Be-Gained Concepts
6.5.1 Correlated Velocity
6.5.2 Velocity-to-Be-Gained
6.5.3 The Missile Control System
6.5.4 Control During the Atmospheric Phase
6.5.5 Guidance Techniques
6.6 Derivation of the Force Equation for Ballistic Missiles
6.6.1 Equations of Motion
6.6.2 Missile Dynamics
6.7 Atmospheric Reentry
6.8 Missile Flight Model
6.9 Ballistic Missile Intercept
6.9.1 Introduction
6.9.2 Missile Tracking Equations of Motion
References

7 Cruise Missiles
7.1 Introduction
7.2 System Description7.2.1 System Functional Operation and Requirements
7.2.2 Missile Navigation System Description
7.3 Cruise Missile Navigation System Error Analysis
7.3.1 Navigation Coordinate System
7.4 Terrain Contour Matching (TERCOM)
7.4.1 Introd
Airborne Vehicle Guidance and Control Systems is a broad and wide- angled engineering and technological area for research, and continues
to be important not only in military defense systems but also in
industrial process control and in commercial transportation networks
such as various Global Positioning Systems (GPS). The book fills a
long-standing gap in the literature. The author is retired from the
Air Force Institute and received the Air Force's Outstanding Civilian
Career Service Award.
Autor: George M. Siouris
ISBN-13:: 9780387007267
ISBN: 0387007261
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Gewicht: 1187g
Seiten: 666
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 242x161x mm, 1 SW-Abb.,