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Analysis Procedure for Fire Power Suppression on Enemy Artillery Base Using FASCAM
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Analysis Procedure for Fire Power Suppression on Enemy Artillery Base Using FASCAM
Kim, Taegu; Suh, Sungchul; Jung, Gyungwon;
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 Abstract
FASCAM is a newly introduced mean against enemy fire power and supposed to be scattered on base areas in front of a tunnel so as to deter maneuver and shooting of enemy artilleries. However, for its characteristics different from conventional munitions, only a few studies have been undertaken on operations system using this new measure. In this research, we propose a procedure to describe and analyze mathematically an operation system for suppression of enemy fire power using FASCAM. Two suggested simulation methods, impact point generation and density integration, both can describe the actual operation rationally and each has advantages of its own respectively. Further, we demonstrated an example analysis to derive an optimal suppression plan based on the proposed procedure.
 Keywords
FASCAM;
 Language
Korean
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