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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2014;17(2):265-274.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2014.17.2.265   
An Analysis Study about Relationship between Ballistic Coefficient and Accuracy of Predicted Intercept Point of Super-High Speed Targets
Dong-Gwan Lee, Kil-Seok Cho, Jin-Hwa Shin, Ji-Eun Kim
Agency for Defense Development
초고속 표적의 탄도계수와 예상요격지점 정확도의 상관관계 분석 연구
이동관, 조길석, 신진화, 김지은
국방과학연구소
Abstract
A recent air defense missile system(ADMS) is required to have a capability to intercept super-high speed targets such as tactical ballistic missiles(TBMs) by performing engagement control efficiently. The air defense missile system should be ready to engage the TBMs as soon as the ADMS detects TBMs because falling velocity of TBM is very high and remaining time interval to engage TBM is very short. As a result, the ADMS has to predict the trajectories of TBMs accurately with estimated states of dynamics to generate predicted intercept point(PIP). In addition, it is needed to engage TBMs accurately via transmitting the obtained PIP data to the corresponding intercept missiles. In this paper, an analysis about the relationship between ballistic coefficient and PIP accuracy which is depending on geodetic height of the first detection of TBM is included and an issue about effective engagement control for the TBM is considered.
Key Words: Tactical Ballistic Missile, Interacting Multiple Model Filter, Predicted Intercept Point, Engagement Control System
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