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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Nov 2002
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Missile Flyout Launch Dynamic Analysis Including Ship Motion
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 37~49
In this paper, flyout stability of missile that is launched in inclined launcher using sabots is analyzed. To include missile bending motion during flyout, FEA model of missile is converted into eight concentrated mass and equivalent stiffness matrix. Six d.o.f ship motion that have influence on flyout stability is modeled and missile firing time is modeled as probability variable to take arbitrary ship attitude into account. Gap between missile and sabot is modeled as normal distribution probability variable and Monte Carlo simulation is performed. As results, the coriolis acceleration effects by ship motion are analyed and statistical results of missile pitch rate are shown.
A Study on the 3-D Digital Modelling of the Sea Bottom Topography
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 50~61
In this study, 3-dimensional virtual visualization was performed for a rapid and accurate analysis of sea bottom topography, The visualization was done through the extracted data using the developed program and the generated data using the gridding method. The data extraction program was developed with AutoLISP programming language and this program was able to extract the needed sample bathymetry data from the electronic sea chart systematically as well as effectively. The gridded bathymetry data were generated by the interpolation or extrapolation method from the spatially-irregular sample data. As the result of realization for the 3-dimensional virtual visualization, it was shown a proper feasibility in the analysis of the sea bottom topography to determine the route of submarine cable burial.
Application of Free Oscillation Technique for Yawing Dynamic Stability Derivatives in Yaw
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 62~71
A free oscillation technique for obtaining the dynamic stability derivatives in yaw is applied to the pure yawing motion. The procedure of wind tunnel testing is to compute the derivatives after measuring deflecting angles of the model during the free oscillating motion. The charging compressed air is supplied for the initial excitation. The results of this experiment predicted feasible characteristics of the yawing motion, comparing with the data previously reported in the literature.
Design of Graphic Generator for Driving HUD(Head-Up Display) and MFD(Multi-Function Display)
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 72~82
This paper presents the design technology of a Graphic Generator which drives the embedded aircraft display equipments such as HUD(Head-Up Display) and MFD (Multi-Function Display) those provide pilot with the most important mission information. The main issue of this design is how we can implement the real-time embedded graphic generator using a general purpose processor as a substitute for the obsolete the production of specific graphic processor in the military market. So we proposed two kinds of method that one is a software solution so called graphic kernel system, interpreting the display file, controlling the graphic system and pre-processing graphic primitives, the other is a hardware solution so called graphic engine, interpreting passed commands through the graphic kernel system, post-processing the looping calculation taking much of time as implemented by software. We have tested and verified the functionalities and the required performance of Graphic Generator.
Effects of LEX on the Vortex Field over a Delta Wing
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 83~90
An experimental study was conducted to investigate the effects of a leading edge extension(LEX) on the vortex flow field over a delta wing by measuring the total pressure distribution in a subsonic wind tunnel. Freestream velocity was 40m/sec and Reynolds number per meter was
. The wing with the LEX experienced a strong interaction between the LEX and wing vortices. As the angle of attack increased, the coupled vortex field of these two vortices maintained its strength and concentricity much better than the vortex field over the wing without the LEX.
Applications to the FDTD Technique for Modeling and Characterization of Microstrip Based Discontinuity Structure
Kim, Yoonsuk ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 91~102
Design and Implementation of Large Capacity Cable Checking System using an I/O Buffer Method
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 103~115
This paper describes the results on the design and implementation of large capacity cable checking system using I/O buffer method. The I/O buffer module which has feedback loops with input and output buffers is designed with logic gate in the VME board and controlled by MPC860 microprocessor. So this system can check a lot of cable at the same time with less size and less processing time than that of relay matrix method with the A/D converter. The size of the I/O buffer module can be variable according to the number of cable. And any type of cable can be checked even if the pin assignment of cable is changed.
A Study on the induced Current of Electro Explosive Device Bridge Wire under Electromagnetic Field
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 116~122
Electro Explosive Devices can be susceptible to electromagnetic interference. When these components are exposed to external electromagnetic fields, it may cause to induce sufficient current to generate enough heat for an inadvertent detonation. It is almost impossible to monitor the event of firing throughout the electromagnetic environment test. The survivability of EED for hazards of electromagnetic radiation is investigated. A fiber optic sensor is installed near the bridge wire after removing explosive material in order to measure the induced current on the bridge wire. The length of lead-wire of the EED fabricated is around 15 cm.
Development of UFC/DC Data Communication method for XKO-1 using RS-422 Bus
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 123~131
ASC(Avionics System Computer) was developed to control weapon delivery and navigation sensors, and to perform man-machine interface with pilots for XKO-1 aircraft. The data communications between ASC and UFC(Up Front Controller), DC(Data Concentrator) were implemented by RS422 serial data bus. Also, SCIL(Standard Computer Interface Library) was designed to facilitate control and management of the computer hardware resources and is embedded in the ASC. These structures have a merit of noise immunity and a reduction of wire harness for signal lines, and enable OFP(Operational Flight Program) programmers to use the SCIL easily without knowing hardware details. Manufactured system was on installed on XKO-1, and peformed for BIT(Built In Test) and interface test with UFC and DC. The test results show that it meets the system requirements.
A Study on Implementation of an Underwater Vehicle HILS/MILS System in Synthetic Environment
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 132~148
In this paper, development procedures of an Underwater Vehicle HILS/MILS System in SE(Synthetic Environment) are described. As this System is developed, we can obtain the more powerful tool which can be used to test and verify operational logics and algorithms of an Underwater Vehicle as well as its hardware in various tactical situations.
An Evaluation of the Tolerance of the Static Characteristics for Light Weight Torpedoes
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 149~158
Static Characteristics of the system, such as weight, center of gravity etc., are inspected and regulated through the whole design process of a light weight torpedo system, and the nominal condition of the characteristics is prescribed for standardization of manufacturing and fabrication. It is possible that a real system or assembled system has different static characteristics from that of the nominal condition. It is required to evaluate the tolerance of the static characteristics within which the performance of the system should not be contaminated by the static characteristics. In this paper, an evaluation method of the tolerance is described for light weight torpedo systems. The method is to check on the performance and related critical parameters of light weight torpedoes. The checking items are composed of general conditions of underwater mobile systems such as stability and dynamic sensitivity and specified performance requirements for light weight torpedoes.
A study on the design of the transmitter-receiver of fuze sensor for discriminating target position
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 159~168
In this paper, a study on the design of the transmitter-receiver of fuze sensor for discriminating target position is presented. We propose the algorithm for detecting target distance/direction through investigating the operational concept and principle of fuze sensor. Based on the algorithm, We design transmitter-receiver, calculate various design variables and estimate the performance of that one. The estimated result shows that the required performance of fuze sensor is satisfied. Further research on confirming the performance of proposed algorithm through encounter simulation test with real target and resolving problem will be continued.
The Bearing Estimation of Narrowband Acoustic Signals Using DIFAR Beamforming Algorithm
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 169~184
In order to extract bearing information from the directional sensors of DIFAR(directional frequency analysis and recording) that is a kind of passive sonobuoy, the cardioid beamforming algorithm applicable to DIFAR system was studied in the frequency domain. the algorithm uses narrow-band signals propagated though the media from the acoustic sources such as ship machineries. The proposed algorithm is expected to give signal to noise ratio of 6dB when it uses the maximum response axis(MRA) among the Cardioid beams. The estimated bearings agree very well with those from GPS data. Assuming the bearings from GPS data to be real values, the estimation errors are analyzed statistically. The histogram of estimation errors in each frequency have Gaussian shape, the mean and standard deviation dropping in the ranges -1.1~
, respectively. Estimation errors are caused by SMR degradation due to propagation loss between the source and receiver, daily fluctuating geo-magnetic fields, and non-stationary background noises. If multiple DIFAR systems are employed, in addition to bearing, range information could be estimated and finally localization or tracking of a target is possible.
A Passive Ranging Filter with Initial Range Error Compensation
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 185~194
To extract relative ranges from LOS(line of sight) information, we propose a passive ranging filter which is suitable for anti-ship missiles in HOJ(home on jam) mode. The proposed filter is devised to cope with the case that a passive ranging filter may include a large initial range estimation error since modem jammers are capable of very long range jamming. In addition, under the assumption that the missile motion is dominant over the HOJ engagement situation, the engagement geometry is modeled by a second order system. A new passive ranging filter is proposed by constructing an extended Kalman filter(EKF) based on the model. And then a least square initial state error estimation algorithm is attached to the EKF. Simulation results show that the proposed filter has a good range estimation performance with small computational load.
The effect of inlet air temperature for the cooling of the military electronic chip on the thermal conductive board
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 195~206
The conjugate heat transfer from the simulated module in a horizontal channel with the variation of inlet air temperature is experimentally investigated. The aim of this study is to estimate temperature difference between a module and inlet air. This study is performed with the variation of parameters that are inlet air temperature(Ti=25~
), thermal resistance(
=0.05, 4.11, 158 K/W), inlet air velocity(Vi=0.1~1.5m/s), and input power(Q=3, 7 W). The results show that the effect of inlet air temperature is little, at the case of using conductive board. And input power was most effective parameter on the temperature difference between module and Inlet air.
A Study on the technique of impact analysis against concrete target using Lagrangian and Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 207~216
In this paper, the study on the behavior of the deformation of brittle material, such as concrete, ceramic, was peformed by comparison of Lagrangian technique and Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics using commercial nonlinear hydrodynamic numerical program, Autodyn_2D. The effect of SPH technique was proved by investigating the behavior of material deformation, velocity profile and pressure profile.
Theory and Experiments of Free Vibration Characteristics for the Composite Beam with Transverse Open Cracks
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 217~227
Theoretical and experimental free vibration characteristics of cantilevered laminated composite beams with single or multiple transverse non-propagating open cracks are investigated. The presence of intrinsic cracks in beams modifies the flexibility and in turn free vibration characteristics of the structures, and the existence of the multiple cracks in an anisotropic composite beam affects the free vibration characteristics in a more complex fashion compared with the beam with a single crack. Also the experimental results are well coincide with the numerical results in the decrease of natural frequencies and the transformation of mode shapes because of intrinsic cracks in the composite or aluminum beams. It is revealed that non-destructive crack detection(NDT) or vibration based inspection(VBI) is possible by analyzing the free vibration responses of cracked composite beams.
Oblique Impact Analysis of Long Rod Penetrator against Metallic Plate using NET3D
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 5, issue 2, 2002, Pages 228~238
Using the dynamic explicit program NET3D, oblique impact between long rod penetrator and metallic plate was analyzed. Compared with an experiment and AUTODYN-3D analysis result, the accuracy of NET3D program was examined. It was proved that NET3D program could analyze comparatively exactly oblique impact phenomenon between long rod penetrator and metallic plate. The final deformed configuration of penetrator predicted by NET3D program was more close to experimental result than commercial program AUTODYN-3D. But, in order to increase the reliability of NET3D program in the simulation of tensile fracture phenomenon, the additional research is required.