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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2014;17(1):15-24.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2014.17.1.015   
Study on Infrared Signature Variations of a Naval Ship Operated at sea Near Geoje-do Island
Tae-Jun Kil, Tae-Kuk Kim
1Defense Acquisition Program Administration
2Chung Ang University
거제도 인근해상에서 운용되는 함정의 적외선 신호 변화 특성에 대한 연구
길태준, 김태국
1방위사업청
2중앙대학교
Abstract
It is essential to understand the infrared signature of a naval ship to survive against various missile attacks under variable environmental conditions. As guided missiles are developing to equip more accurate IR seekers, research works for countermeasure and IR stealth technology are strongly required. But challenging works are continuously suggested for predicting and analyzing IR signal status of naval ships to achieve low observable performance under various weather conditions, variable missions and developing threats. In this study, overall guidelines of setting design criteria for low observable ships are proposed by considering varying environmental conditions including daily and seasonal variations. Test and evaluation criteria for newly constructed ships for target and background temperature difference is proposed as a design criteria which can be predicted by change of condition and ship's speed. Through the proposed techniques and procedures, it is expected to establish the measurement and evaluation criteria by using temperature, IR Signal differences between the ship and the background.
Key Words: IR Design Criteria, Contrast Radiance, Surface Temperature


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