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Optimal Design Integrations of Military Flight Vehicles - ODIN/MFV
Final rept. May 1971-Sep 1972
AEROPHYSICS RESEARCH CORP BELLEVUE WA
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ODINMFV is a digital computing system for the synthesis and optimization of military flight vehicle preliminary designs. The system consists of a library of technology modules in the form of independent computer programs and an executive program, DIALOG, which operates on the technology modules. The technology module library contains programs for estimating military flight vehicle characteristics, for example, aerodynamics, trajectory and geometry. In addition a generalized optimization module, plotting module, and a program precompiler are available in the technology module library. The initial program library was limited to only a few programs due to the limited scope of the study however, other programs may readily be introduced into the library by a minor program modification.
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