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    Guided Missiles Guided Missiles Presentation Transcript

    • GUIDED MISSILES By-REHAN FAZAL E&IE, IIIrd yr, 1171110180
    • INTRODUCTION • Guided Missiles, usually containing conventional or nuclear explosives, guided in flight towards a target either by remote control or by internal mechanisms. Guided missiles vary widely in size and type, ranging from large strategic ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads to small, portable rockets carried by foot soldiers.
    • PRINCIPLE • TRACKING • GUIDANCE • FLIGHT
    • SOLID LIQUID HYBRID AIR-BREATHING
    • TYPES OF MISSILES (BASED ON METHOD OF LAUNCHING) Surface to surface Surface to air Air to air Air to surface.
    • SURFACE TO SURFACE MISSILES  Ship and submarine launched versions.  Antitank weapons.
    • SURFACE TO AIR MISSILES(SAM) Ground-based anti-aircraft system.
    • Air to air missiles  Guided by self-contained controls
    • AIR TO SURFACE MISSILE  Powered offensive missile
    • USED TO HIT AND DESTROY HEAVY- ARMOURED VEHICLES
    • An anti-ballistic missile (ABM) is a missile designed to counter intercontinental ballistic missiles
    • Anti-satellite weapons (ASATs) are weapons designed to be used against artificial satellites.
    • NUCLEAR MISSILE
    • GUIDANCE SYSTEMS The most common method is to use  radiation  infrared  lasers radio waves
    • REMOTE OR COMPUTER CONTROL IN THIS TYPE OF GUIDANCE SYSTEM, WE SIMPLY USE A REMOTE CONTROL TO GIVE THE INSTRUCTION TO THE FINS OF THE MISSILE TO MOVE TOWARD THE TARGET
    • INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM EMPLOYS ACCELEROMETERS TO CALCULATE DISTANCE FROM TARGET AND LAUNCH POINT SIMULTANEOUSLY • STABLE-PLATFORM • STRAP-DOWN
    • THANK YOU