Avionics Evaluation Program: Multiple Missions and Antiaircraft Artillery Simulation.
Final rept. 15 Jun 76-3 Jan 77,
BATTELLE COLUMBUS LABS OHIO
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A multiple mission version of the AEP designed specifically for analysis of RPV weapon system concepts has been developed. This program is a Monte Carlo simulation of up to four missions consisting of up to four aircraft for a specified number of days of operation. Functions considered include ground service, communications, navigation, refueling, target acquisition, weapon delivery, enemy jamming, ECM support and payload dispersion. Emphasis was placed on RPV related functions and intermission dependence factors. The previous framework for consideration of hardware reliability and backup modes has been retained. The Antiaircraft Artillery Simulation, AFATL Program P001, has been incorporated as part of the interactive AEP. The conversational mode provides data storage and retrieval, on-line execution of the simulation, selective tabulation or plotting of results and off-line printing of the total detailed output. Author
- Pilotless Aircraft
- Fire Control and Bombing Systems