UNGUIDED ROCKET BALLISTICS CONFERENCE 30 AUGUST-1 SEPTEMBER 1966.
TEXAS WESTERN COLL EL PASO
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Contents Simulation program for aeroballistic research and trajectory analysis, A simplified ballistics model for sounding rockets, The dynamic equations of a flexible rocket vehicle, Pitch-plane natural frequencies of a flexible sounding rocket, The Aerobee 150 as a ballistic model, Operational requirements of the athena ballistic model, Wind variability over a complex surface, An automatic data collection and processing network, Methods used by the ballistic research laboratories in determining performance parameters for fin stabilized free-flight missiles, recent changes in the analogue data handling capabilities at data analysis center, comparative analysis of various methods of impact point prediction for unguided rockets, circular probable error estimates derivable from one formula, Techniques leading to the formulations of the data report of the meteorological rocket network firings, A general impact prediction scheme for use on a small or medium size computer, A digital computer subroutine for the automatic selection of radar data for instantaneous impact prediction, Development of a ballistic missile target, Some applications of wind to unguided rocket impact predictions, basic requirements for firing unguided rockets relative to missile flight,Basic considerations in the development of an unguided rocket trajectory simulation model, Meteorological instrumentation for rocket ballistic support, Layer wind measurement by acoustic means, Ballistic wind variability, Requirements for field impact predictions, Iterative techniques for computing launcher settings.
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