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Guided missiles

  1. 1. SHRI VAISHNAV INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION GUIDED BY- Mr. HEMANT KUMAR SUBMITTED BY - ASHUTOSH GUPTA (0802EC111021) AVINASH KHARCHE(0802EC111022) GUIDED MISSILES
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Basically any object thrown at a target with the aim of hitting it is a missile. Thus, a stone thrown at a bird is a missile. The bird, by using its power of reasoning may evade the missile (the stone) by moving either to the Left, right, top or bottom with respect to the flight path (trajectory)of the missile. Thus, the missile in this case has been ineffective in its objective of hitting the bird (the target) . Now, if the stone too is imparted with some intelligence and quick response to move with respect to the bird, to overcome aiming errors and the bird's evasive actions and hit it accurately, the stone now becomes a guided missile.
  3. 3. The incorporation of energy source in a missile to provide the required force for its movement (propulsion), intelligence to go in the correct direction(guidance) and effective controlling are mainly the technologies of guided missiles. They help in making a missile specific to a target, that is, they determine the size, range and state of motion of a missile. Literary a guided missile is a rocket-propelled missile whose path can be controlled during flight either by radio signals or by internal homing devices.
  4. 4. EARLY DEVELOPMENT • Rockets were used in China and India around 1000 AD for fireworks as well as for war purposes. • During the 18th century, unguided rocket propelled missiles were used by Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan against the British. • The current phase in the history of missiles began during the World War I1 with the use of V1 and V2missiles by Germany.
  5. 5. Classification of Missiles Type Range Propulsion Guidanc e Systems Launch Mode 1. Surface-to-Surface Missile 2. Surface-to-Air Missile 3. Surface (Coast)-to- Sea Missile 4. Air-to-Air Missile 5. Air-to-Surface Missile 6. Sea-to-Sea Missile 7. Sea-to-Surface (Coast) Missile 8. Anti-Tank Missile 1. Short Range Missile 2. Medium Range Missile 3. Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile 4. Intercontinental Ballistic Missile 1. Wire Guidance 2. Command Guidance 3. Terrain Comparison Guidance 4. Terrestrial Guidance 5. Inertial Guidance 6. Beam Rider Guidance 7. Laser Guidance 8. RF and GPS Reference 1. Solid Propulsion 2. Liquid Propulsion 3. Hybrid Propulsion 4. Ramjet 5. Scramjet 6. Cryogenic 1. Cruise Missile 2. Ballistic Missile
  6. 6. MISSILE CLASSIFICATION BY THE METHOD OF LAUNCHING
  7. 7. Ballistic missile • A ballistic missile is a missile that has a ballistic trajectory over most of its flight path ,regardless of whether or not it is a weapon-delivery vehicle .Ballistic missiles are categorised according to their range , maximum distance measured along the surface of earth’s ellipsoid from the point of launch to the point of impact of the last element of their payload.
  8. 8. • Ballistic missiles can be launched from ships and land based facilities. For example ,Prithvi I ,Prithvi II ,Agni I , Agni II and Dhanush ballistic missiles are currently operational in the Indian Defence Forces
  9. 9. Cruise missile • A cruise missile is an unmanned self-propelled guided vehicle that sustains flight through aerodynamic lift for most of its flight path and whose primary mission is to place an ordnance or special payload on a target. They fly within the earth’s atmosphere annd use jet engine technology .Depending upon the speed such missiles are classified as: • 1. Subsonic cruise missile • 2.Supersonic cruise missile • 3.Hypersonic cruise missile
  10. 10. MISSILE GUIDANCE Many questioners often seem "concerned" about how missiles are able to seek out and accurately navigate their way to the correct target without assistance from a human operator .Missile guidance refers to a variety of methods of guiding a missile or a guided bomb to its intended target. The missile's target accuracy is a critical factor for its effectiveness.
  11. 11. • For a specific mission, particular guidance technique is used. The different types of guidance are: (1)Command guidance, (2)Homing or seeker guidance, (3)Beam rider guidance, (4)Inertial guidance, and (5)Stellar guidance
  12. 12. Beam Rider Guidance • The beam rider concept relies on an external ground- or ship-based radar station that transmits a beam of radar energy towards the target. The surface radar tracks the target and also transmits a guidance beam that adjusts its angle as the target moves across the sky. The missile is launched into this guidance beam and uses it for direction. Scanning systems onboard the missile detect the presence of the beam and determine how close the missile is to the edges of it. This information is used to send command signals to control surfaces to keep the missile within the beam. In this way, the missile "rides" the external radar beam to the target
  13. 13. Command Guidance In Command guidance target is tracked by an external radar. However, a second radar also tracks the missile itself. The tracking data from both radars are fed into a ground based computer that calculates the paths of the two vehicles. This computer also determines what commands need to be sent to the missile control surfaces to steer the missile on an intercept course with the target. These commands are transmitted to a receiver on the missile allowing the missile to adjust its course.
  14. 14. HOMING GUIDANCE • Homing guidance is the most common form of guidance used in anti-air missiles today. Three primary forms of guidance fall under the homing guidance umbrella-- semi active, active, and passive.
  15. 15. Semi-Active Homing Guidance • A semi-active system is similar to command guidance since the missile relies on an external source to illuminate the target. The energy reflected by this target is intercepted by a receiver on the missile. The difference between command guidance and semi-active homing is that the missile has an onboard computer in this case. The computer uses the energy collected by its radar receiver to determine the target's relative trajectory and send correcting commands to control surfaces so that the missile will intercept the target.
  16. 16. Active Homing Guidance • Active homing works just like semi-active except that the tracking energy is now both transmitted by and received by the missile itself. No external source is needed. It is for this reason that active homing missiles are often called "fire-and-forget" because the launch aircraft does not need to continue illuminating the target after the missile is launched
  17. 17. Passive Homing Guidance • A passive homing system is like active in that the missile is independent of any external guidance system and like semi- active in that it only receives signals and cannot transmit. Passive missiles instead rely on some form of energy that is transmitted by the target and can be tracked by the missile seeker.
  18. 18. Ranging Navigation Guidance:- • It uses GPS for the location.GPS consists of a constellation of 24 satellites in geosynchronous orbit around the Earth. If a GPS receiver on the surface of the Earth can receive signals from at least four of these satellites, it can calculate an exact three-dimensional position with great accuracy.
  19. 19. INTEGRATED GUIDED MISSILE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM• The Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP) was a Ministry of Defence (India) program for the research and development of a comprehensive range of missiles. The program was managed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Ordnance Factories Board in partnership with other Indian government research organizations.[ The project started in early 1980s and ended in 2008 after these strategic missiles were successfully developed. The last major missile developed under the program was the Agni 3 intermediate-range ballistic missile which was successfully tested on 9 July 2007. On 8 January 2008, the DRDO formally announced the successful completion of the IGMDP
  20. 20. NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SCENERIO The growth in the technological know-how of guided missiles has been spurred by an international race for strategic supremacy and commercial aspects. The launching of a new rocket or a guided missile receives world-wide attention. With the decreasing gap between the launching of missiles and satellites, the military warfare has assumed a new dimension in the form of electronic and push-button warfare.
  21. 21. CONCLUSION With this we conclude our topic by saying that missiles are harmful for happy and peaceful life, but in today’s world, there is more amount of terrorism prevailing out as well as threat from the neighboring countries, in these conditions if required we can use it for the wellfare of our own country men.
  22. 22. Thank you

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