Studies in the Methodology of Weapons Systems Effectiveness Analysis - Using the Techniques of Simulation, Optimization and Statistics. Phase II. Volume 3. Effects of Parameter Variations on the Capability of a Proportional Navigation Missile Against an Optimally Evading Target in the Horizontal Plane
Final rept. Sep 1968-Aug 1969
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV BATON ROUGE
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The problem considered is a two-dimensional, constant velocity, point model of a target in an encounter with a proportional navigation pursuer. The horizontal plane is chosen so that the effects of gravity may be neglected. Constraints on the turning rate and time delays in both the pursuers and targets guidance system are included. The sensitivity of the miss distance to variations in the parameters associated with pursuer and evader is presented.
- Operations Research
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
- Air- and Space-Launched Guided Missiles