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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 2004
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The Development and Application Wear of Prediction Tool for Gun Barrel
Kim Gun-In ; Chung Dong-Yun ; Park Song-Gu ; Lee Gyu-Seop ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 5~12
The erosion wear of gun barrel occurs due to heat and chemical reactions. The high pressure and temperature in chamber increase the erosion wear. It is known that the metal phase transfer is the primary wear factor in a gun barrel under high temperature. In this paper, the tool of wear prediction in high pressure gun tube has been developed. The program developed has three modules such as DIRECT(interior ballistics analysis module), INVERSE(gun design module), and WEAR(wear prediction module). The prediction of wear was compared with the experimental data which was collected in the field unit. The prediction results shows good trend with the collected data.
Study on Performance Analysis Technique of GPS Receiver According to Vehicle Attitude Change
Yoo Ki-Jeong ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 13~21
GPS is widely used in various applications since GPS receivers are capable of measuring precise position and velocity in any weather condition for a relatively low cost. However, GPS requires more than four simultaneously visible GPS satellites for optimal performance. In high-motion, high-attitude-changing applications, there exist some situations where less than four satellites are visible or where the dilution of precision (DOP) is high. In this paper, we propose a simulation algorithm that predicts the performance of GPS navigation according to changes in vehicle attitude. We have compared simulation results with experimental results, where simulation results of the proposed algorithm are shown to closely match actual experimental data. This algorithm could be used to predict GPS navigational performance and to determine optimal GPS antenna position.
Measurements Preprocessing for Bearing and Frequency Target Motion Analysis
Kim In-Soo ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 22~31
In this paper, the measurements preprocessing algorithm for the fading of bearing and frequency measurements is proposed, which can improve the performance of BFTMA(Bearing and Frequency Target Motion Analysis). The fading and detection relation between bearing and frequency are rigorously established for measurements preprocessing, and BFTMA can be carried out the estimation of target motion by using measurements preprocessing. Batch estimation with bearing and frequency using the proposed algorithm can be applied to estimate the initial target states despite of the fading of frequency measurement. Simulation results show that BFTMA using the proposed measurements preprocessing has superior estimation performance, compared with batch estimation using only bearing measurements.
Study on the Effectiveness Analysis Method for the Fixed Linear Arrays System
Kim Jeong-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 32~40
In this paper, a simulation model for FLAS(Fixed Linear Arrays System) is presented and methods for effectiveness analysis are studied to analyze the valid target detection effectiveness of this system. The simulation model is constructed taking the FLAS operational specification into account, and thus the change in system specification is effectively reflected on the simulation results. The computational burden is reduced by using the pre-processed simulation parameters which are calculated from the real environmental database. Also, the cell effectiveness and TMOE(Total Measurement of Effectiveness) are computed. The target detection effectiveness of FLAS can be simulated under the multiple target interference simulation. It is shown that the presented algorithm is suitable for the underwater system which needs the simulation model for the optimum system design.
Simulations of Dynamic Characteristics of the Underwater Discharge System with Compressed Air
Park In-Ki ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 41~47
In this paper, simulations of the underwater discharge system with compressed air are performed to predict dynamic characteristics of the system and to find optimal opening trajectories of the expulsion valve. Major components of the system are defined and their governing equations are derived to make up the mathematical model. The compressed air discharge method is affected largely by the discharge depth, and therefore the opening trajectories according to the discharge depth should be found to satisfy the demands of discharge performances. Simulation results are compared with experimental data to confirm the validity of the system model.
A Study on Effectiveness Analysis of the GPS Receiver by the Narrowband interference signals
Kim Jun-O ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 48~56
This paper presents the GPS receiver's inherent interference effectiveness based on the receiver's internal processing gain. This research is to verify the weakness of the GPS satellite signals and evaluate the receiver's vulnerability in an interference situation. The experiment for the narrow band interference effectiveness for the L1 C/A code GPS receiver has been performed by using the Spirent GSS4765 jamming simulator. After analyzing the experimental result, it is compared with the calculated J/S value of the two different L1 C/A code GPS receivers. By the above result, the narrowband jamming effectiveness of the each jamming source and the jamming margin for the each receiver are to be analyzed in detail. Finally, we could utilize the result to analyze the jamming effectiveness on the GNSS receiver.
A Case Study on the Validation of the Rolling Stock Requirement Statement
Kim Jin-Ill ; Kim Jin-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 57~64
A Requirement statement validation process is suggested which was established and applied to the rolling stock development project of the Korean Railway Research Institute. The validation process includes team organization, selection of validation criteria, development of validation template, education of team members, validation, construction of database and management of requirement change. Many defects in the specification of requirement were found to be associated with the problem of non-uniqueness, describing solution instead of problem, ambiguity and redundancy. This paper described detailed activities at each step of the validation process and lessons learned from these activities.
Meta Data Modeling for Weapon System Design/Configuration Data Management System
Kim Ghiback ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 65~73
In general, weapon system design/configuration data consist of system structure information which is linked to Part information, documents and drawings. For configuration management, version and revision control are necessary and access control of users to information should be managed for information security. Configuration data of weapon systems have various kinds of different meta data which are contained in the structure as well as attributes of parts and documents information. If neutral types of meta data models be used for building configuration management system, they can be applied to many different kinds of weapon systems with a little customization. In this paper, five meta data models are supposed and implementation results of them by using CBD(component based design) methodology are presented.
Backward Extrusion Process Analysis and Volume Fraction Optimization of Titanium
Shin Tae-Jin ; Lee You-Hwan ; Yeum Jong-Taek ; Hong Sung-Suk ; Park No-Kwang ; Shim In-Ok ; Lee Chong-Soo ; Hwang Sang-Moo ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 74~80
Titanium alloys are vital elements for developing advanced structural components, especially in aerospace applications. However, process design for successful forming of titanium alloys is a difficult task, which has to be achieved within a very narrow range of process parameters. In this paper is a finite element based optimal design technique is presented and applied to volume fraction optimization process design in backward extrusion of titanium alloys.
Classification of Chemical Warfare Agents Using Thick Film Gas Sensor Array
Kwak Jun-Hyuk ; Choi Nak-Jin ; Bahn Tae-Hyun ; Lim Yeon-Tae ; Kim Jae-Chang ; Huh Jeung-Soo ; Lee Duk-Dong ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 81~87
Semiconductor thick film gas sensors based on tin oxide are fabricated and their gas response characteristics are examined for four simulant gases of chemical warfare agent (CWA)s. The sensing materials are prepared in three different sets. 1) The Pt or Pd
as catalyst is impregnated in the base material of
by impregnation method.2)
is added to
by physical ball milling process. 3) ZnO
is added to
by co-precipitation method. Surface morphology, particle size, and specific surface area of fabricated sensing films are performed by the SEM, XRD and BET respectively. Response characteristics are examined for simulant gases with temperature in the range 200 to
, with different gas concentrations. These sensors have high sensitivities more than
at 500ppb concentration for test gases and also have shown good repetition tests. Four sensing materials are selected with good sensitivity and stability and are fabricated as a sensor array A sensor array Identities among the four simulant gases through the principal component analysis (PCA). High sensitivity is acquired by using the semiconductor thick film gas sensors and four CWA gases are classified by using a sensor array through PCA.
A Development of the Analysis Technique for Radar Target Signature and the Sofware using RCS/ISAR
Kwon Kyoung-IL ; Yoo Ji-Hee ; Chung Myung-Soo ; Yoon Taehwan ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 88~99
A development of a software on radar target signature analysis is presented in this paper The target signature includes Radar Cross Section(RCS) prediction, Range Profile(RP) processing and Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar(ISAR) processing. Physical Optics(PO) is the basic calculation method for RCS prediction and Geometrical Optics(GO) is used for ray tracing in the field calculation of multiple reflection. For RP and ISAR, Fast Fourier Transform(FFT) and Matrix Pencil(MP) method were implemented for post-processing. Those results are integrated into two separate softwares named as Radar Target Signature Generator(RTSG) and Radar Target Signature Analyser(RTSA). Several test results show good performances in radar signature prediction and analysis.
A Study on the Nonlinear Viscoelastic Properties of PBXs
Shim Jung-Seob ; Kim Hyoun-Soo ; Lee Keun-Deuk ; Kim Jeong-Kook ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 100~108
Nitramine-polymer composites suffer from a problem known as dewetting. Dewetting adversely affects the performance and the sensitivity characteristics of an explosive composition. Voids, which are generated between explosive particles and binder on dewetting, act as initiation sites. For a PBXs as well as propellants, where good adhesion and mechanical properties are of great importance, dewetting therefore must be prevented by strong adhesion between the filler and the binder. The surface energy of materials is measured by Wilhelmy plate and wicking method. The interfacial energy between the filler and the binder is calculated from the disperse phase and the polar phase of surface energy. Time dependent compressive properties of composite explosives have been determined by stress-strain curves obtained at different strain rates and temperatures. The interfacial state of the PBX was observed through SEM. It was found from the result that the interface between the explosive and the binder becomes better adhesion with decreasing interfacial tension and increasing work of adhesion. The result clearly shows that the castable PBX has good adhesion more than the pressable PBX.
A Study on the Polymerization of Energetic Poly(NEO)
Cheun Young Gu ; Kim Jin Seuk ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 109~117
We synthesized energetic prepolymer(2-nitrato ethyl oxirane, NEO) for plastic-bonded explosive and measured its thermodynamic parameters. 2-Nitrato ethyl oxirane(NEO) as a monomer was synthesized from 4-butene-ol, the first-step was preparation of 1-nitrate-3-butene and second-step was synthesized 2-nitrate-ethyl oxirane from 1nitrate-3-butene and then polymerized by cationic ring opening polymerization. The unreacted monomer concentration was measured by GC. The thermodynamic parameters were obtained from the ceiling temperature(Tc) values of 1 mole monomer at each reaction temperature. We varied feed rate of monomer, concentration of initiator and monomer to control molecular weight and polydispersity of perpolymer(NEO). Number average molecular weight(Mn), polydispersity(PD), and glass transition temperature(Tg), viscosity of prepolymer(NEO) were 2000, 1.07,
and 300 poise respectively
Study on Shock Absorb Effect in front Section of Missile Warhead
Yeom Kee-Sun ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 118~125
In anti-ship missile, the seeker and guidance control units are located in front of warhead. When the missile hits target, these structures play an important role to warhead structure like a shock absorber Because the shock waves are attenuated, the survival probability of warhead increases which guarantees the explosive train. In this thesis the role of frontal sections is studies. The theoretical analysis and numerical analyses using LS-DYNA code are performed. To prove the effect of shock absorber, the penetration test using subscale prototype warhead are executed.
Firing Test of KSR-III Rocket Propulsion System
Kang Sun-Il ; Kwon Oh-Sung ; Lee Jung-Ho ; Kim Young-Han ; Ha Seong-Up ; Cho Kwang-Rae ;
Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology, volume 7, issue 2, 2004, Pages 126~135
The KSR-III rocket developed by KARI is the first rocket vehicle which is adopting the liquid propellant rocket engine system in Korea and its flight test was successfully done last year, KSR-III is a sounding rocket class launch vehicle, but there is a sense to accomplish design, manufacture, performance test and finally its flight test by domestic technology. In this paper, the authors are intended to introduce the multi-purpose test facility(PTA-II Test Facility) which is constructed for the variety of tests on KSR-III feeding system(single component tests, verification tests, cold flow tests and combustion tests) and its firing test results.