Development of Weapon Delivery Models and Analysis Programs. Volume III. Testing and Demonstration of the Armament Delivery Analysis Programming System (ADAPS).
Final technical rept. 5 Oct 70-5 Oct 71,
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D Analysis Programs. Volume III. Testing and Demonstration of the Armament Delivery Analysis Programming System ADAPS.Final technical rept. 5 Oct 70-5 Oct 71,FKonar,A. Ferit Ward,Michael D. 12261-FRI-Vol-3F33615-71-C-1059AF-8219821904AFFDLTR-71-123-Vol-3Availability Document partially illegible.close support, mathematical models, bomb trajectories, circular error probable, effectiveness, computer programs, flight control systems, gust loads, equations of motion, miss distance, weapon systems, partial differential equations, perturbation theory, white noise, numerical analysism-117 bombs750-lb, adap computer program, automatic, control, bomb release point, fortran, fortran 4 programming language, f-4 aircraft, control theoryThe testing and use of ADAPS is demonstrated by performing an analysis with a specified iron bomb M117 and a representative tactical fighter-bomber aircraft F4. The demonstration example revealed no appreciable performance difference between the time-invariant and time-invariant and time-varying optimal controllers for the weapon delivery process. The contribution matrix of an iron bomb indicated that the major contributors to the CEP are the velocity and the attitude-state errors at release. Author
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