By Warren J. Boord, John B. Hoffman
Air and Missile protection structures Engineering fills a necessity for these looking perception into the layout techniques of the air and missile safeguard process engineering technique. in particular geared toward coverage planners, engineers, researchers, and specialists, it offers a balanced method of negating a aim in either average and digital assault environments, and applies physics-based process engineering to designing and constructing a balanced air and missile protection method. The ebook presents an in-depth description of the missile safeguard layout improvement procedure in addition to the underlying technical origin of air and missile security structures engineering.
Utilizing the authors’ a long time of mixed engineering adventure, this publication considers new air missile security approach applied sciences and cutting edge architectures that may be used to fulfill functionality standards whereas additionally minimizing layout, improvement, and operational charges over the lifecycle of a strive against process. it is also the most recent platforms layout innovations that may be utilized to new and latest platforms, and introduces structures engineering ideas that may be mentioned and quite simply utilized to different missile safety approach scenarios.
Additionally, this book:
- Focuses on shipborne missile safeguard platforms that supply their very own send security opposed to missiles and safeguard of different within reach ships
- Emphasizes the research and alternate house linked to generating a balanced air and missile protection method (AMDS)
- Addresses the significance of architectures and technologies
- Traces specifications improvement via method functionality tradeoffs
- Includes result of radar and missile functionality tradeoffs in a practical environment
Air and Missile protection platforms Engineeringprovides an figuring out of the physics of missile protection platforms and the most important functionality parameters that force the functions of those platforms. This booklet serves as a useful source for missile security engineers and different training execs, in addition to a instructing reference for graduate-level courses.
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Air and Missile Defense Systems Engineering by Warren J. Boord, John B. Hoffman