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A Development of Hit Probability-based Vulnerability Analysis System for Armored Fighting Vehicle using Fault Tree Analysis Technique
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 Title & Authors
A Development of Hit Probability-based Vulnerability Analysis System for Armored Fighting Vehicle using Fault Tree Analysis Technique
Hwang, Hun-Gyu; Yoo, Byeong-Gyu; Lee, Jae-Woong; Lee, Jang-Se;
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 Abstract
Recently, the development of reliability analysis system for combat system is required, because, necessities of integrated reliability analysis research are emphasized. In this paper, we develop a system which analyzes vulnerabilities for tank(or armored vehicle) based on the fault tree analysis(FTA) technique. The FTA is representative technique of reliability analysis to find cause of fault and calculate probability of fault. To do this, we propose a method to apply FTA technique into domain of vulnerability analysis for tank. Also, we develop the vulnerability analysis system using the proposed method. The system analyzes hit probabilities of components of tank based on multiple shot-lines, and calculates kill probabilities. The analyzed and calculated data support vulnerability analysis of tank.
 Keywords
Fault tree analysis;Hit probability;Kill probability;Vulnerability analysis;Armored fighting vehicle;
 Language
Korean
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