Guidance Principle of Missiles

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Author: Jiang Jiahe
Language: English
ISBN/ISSN: 9787512407527
Published on: 2016-06
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The intent of this book is to present guidance and control principle of tactical missiles.It includes basicconcepts of guided missile,fundamental concepts of vehicle dynamics,dynamical equations and kinematicequations of vehicle,longitudinal state equation and transfer functions,lateral state equation and transferfunctions,fundamental principle of missile guidance and control system,guidance laws,autopilot design,command guidance systems,homing guidance systems,and guidance and control system hardware-in-the-loopsimulation.This book is suitable for international postgraduate and advanced undergraduates majoring in navigation,guidance and control,and also suitable for engineering and technical personnel engaged in the design anddevelopment of guided missiles.



CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Missile Guidance
1.1 Development History of Rockets and Missiles
1.2 Categories of Guided Missiles
1.3 Missile Guidance Systems
1.4 Introduction to Command Guidance System
1.5 Introduction to Homing Guidance System
1.5.1 Basic Concept and Classification of Homing Guidance System
1.5.2 Introduction to Seeker
1.6 Brief Introduction to Guidance Laws
1.7 Autopilots
1.8 Outline of the Book
References
CHAPTER 2 Basic Knowledge of Flight Dynamics
2.1 Coordinate Frames
2.2 Motion Parameters
2.3 Geometrical Parameters of Vehicle
2.4 Forces and Moments Acting on Vehicle
2.4.1 Gravity
2.4.2 Thrust
2, 4.3 Aerodynamic Forces
2.4.4 Aerodynamic Moments
2.5 Hinge Moments of Control Surfaces
References
CHAPTER 3 Equations of Motion for Vehicle
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Dynamic Equations
3.2.1 Force Equations
3.2.2 Moment Equations
3.3 Kinematical Equations
3.3.1 Kinematical Equations of the Mass Center of Vehicle
3.3.2 Angular Motion Equations
3.4 Small-disturbance Theory
References
CHAPTER 4 Longitudinal Motion
4.1 State Variable Representation of the Linearized Longitudinal Equations
4.2 Longitudinal Transfer Functions
4.3 Longitudinal Approximations
4.3.1 Short-period Approximation
4.3.2 Short-period Approximation Transfer Function
4.3.3 Effect of Altitude and Airspeed on Short-period Mode Characteristic Parameters
4.3.4 Long-period Motion Approximation
4.3.5 Effect of Altitude and Airspeed on Long-period Mode Characteristic Parameters
4.4 Effects of the Variation of Aerodynamic Derivatives on the Longitudinal Motion
4.5 Solution of the Longitudinal Equations (Control Surface Locked)
4.6 Transient Response of Vehicle
4.7 An Integrated Example
References
CHAPTER 5 Lateral Motion
5.1 State Variable Representation of the Linearized Lateral Equations
5.2 Lateral Transfer Functions
5.3 Lateral Approximations
5.3.1 Roll Approximation
5.3.2 Effect of Altitude and Airspeed on Roll Mode Characteristic Parameters
5.3.3 Dutch Roll Approximation
5.3.4 Effect of Altitude and Airspeed on Dutch Roll Mode Characteristic Parameters
5.3.5 Spiral Approximation
5.4 Effect of Aerodynamic Derivative Variation on Lateral Dynamics Characteristics
5.5 Examples of Lateral Motion
5.6 Small Disturbance Motion Equation Reduction for a Missile with Two Symmetrical Planes
References
CHAPTER 6 Flight Control of Missile
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Control Force Generation
6.2.1 Aerodynamic Force Control
6.2.2 Thrust Vector Control
6.2.3 Rocket Injection Control
6.3 Steering Components
6.3.1 Aerodynamic Control Surfaces
6.3.2 Jet Steering Components
6.4 Missile Maneuverability and Load Factor
6.5 Control Surface Specification
6.6 Flight Control System with Attitude Control
6.6.1 Control System Components
6.6.2 Longitudinal Control
6.6.3 Lateral Directional Control
6.7 Guidance System with Acceleration Control
6.7.1 Acceleration Control
6.7.2 The Two-acceleration Lateral Autopilot
6.8 Roll Rate Stabilization
6.9 Missile Servos
6.9.1 Pneumatic Servos
6.9.2 Hydraulic Servos
6.9.3 Electric Servos
6.10 Gyroscopes
6.11 Free or Position Gyroscopes
6.12 Rate Gyroscopes
6.13 Accelerometers
6.14 Altimeters
References
CHAPTER 7 Guidance Laws
7.1 Motion of a Target
7.2 Remote Control Guidance Method
7.2.I Three-point Method
7.2.2 Lead Angle Method
7.3 Homing Guidance Relative Motion Equations
7.4 Pursuit Method
7.5 Constant-bearing Guidance
7.6 Proportional Navigation
References
CHAPTER 8 Autopilot Design
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Autopilot of Roll Channel
8.3 Autopilot Design Considering Body Flexibility
8.4 Nonlinear Stability Loop Design for Roll Channel
8.5 Acceleration Control System Design
8.6 Longitudinal Control System Design for Cruise Missile
8.7 Lateral Control System Design for Cruise Missile
References
CHAPTER 9 Command Guidance Systems
9.1 Principle of Command Guidance
9.1.1 Introduction
9.1.2 Actual Flight Phases
9.1.3 Command Generation
9.2 Guidance Stations
9.2.1 Basic Concepts of Radars
9.2.2 Types of Guidance Stations
9.2.3 Radars of Guidance Stations
9.2.4 Guidance Radar Systems
9.3 Linear Scan Radar
9.3.1 Angle Measurement
9.3.2 Range-tracking Systems
9.3.3 Components of Linear Scan Guidance Radar
9.4 Commands Transmission
9.4.1 Transmission Channel
9.4.2 Command Types
9.4.3 Multiplex Manners of Commands
9.4.4 Modulation of Commands
9.4.5 Transmission Time Arrangement of Command Pulses
9.4.6 Command Pulse Encoding
9.4.7 Command Decoding and Demodulation
9.5 Brief Introduction to Optical-electronic Technique
9.6 Monopulse Guidance Radar
9.6.1 Amplitude-comparison Monopulse
9.6.2 Phase-comparison Monopulse
9.7 Phased-array Radar
9.7.1 Principle of Phase Scanning
9.7.2 Space Feed
9.7.3 Phase Shifters
9.7.4 Angle Measurement of Phased Array Radar
9.7.5 Range and Angle Tracking System of Phased Array Radar
9.7.6 Brief Introduction to Multi-function Phased Array Radar
9.8 Command Guidance System Design
References



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