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The Device for Determining the Achievement of the Target-Missile of the Required Level of Flight Altitude

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 2931-2940

Keywords : Guided Missile; Missile Target; Radio Detonator; Time Selector; Delay Line; Delay Time;

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The article raises the question of further use of military equipment removed from service, namely anti-aircraft guided missiles. Anti-aircraft guided missiles that have served their intended service life take up large storage areas and distract personnel to perform additional functions (accounting, storage, security, etc.). Disposal of anti-aircraft guided missiles is not of economic interest to business organizations. Further operation is possible when using anti-aircraft guided missiles for a different purpose. Another purpose is to use anti-aircraft guided missiles as targets to improve the quality of combat training of air defense calculations. The use of anti-aircraft guided missiles as missile targets frees personnel from nonessential functions (storage, accounting, protection) and reduces the financial resources of the Ministry of defense for the disposal and acquisition of targets. For conversion to a target, it is proposed to use a radio-detonator of an anti-aircraft guided missile for a different purpose. The principle of operation of the radio detonator allows for minimal changes in its design (replacement of electronic element ratings) to use as a device for determining the achievement of a missile target of the required flight level, that is, to create conditions for controlled flight. This device allows the use of anti-aircraft guided missiles as a missile target

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