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Development of Weapon Delivery Models and Analysis Programs. Volume II. Documentation of the Armament Delivery Analysis Programming System (ADAPS).

Report Number: AFFDL TR 71-123 Volume 2
Author(s): Konar, A. Ferit; Ward,Michael D.
Corporate Author: Honeywell Inc Minneapolis Minn Systems And Research Div
Laboratory: Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1972-04
Pages: 316
Contract: F33615-71-C-1059
Project: 8219
Task: 821904
AD Number: AD0751506

Abstract:
Development of Weapon Delivery Models and Analysis Programs. Volume II. Documentation of the Armament Delivery Analysis Programming System (ADAPS).Final technical rept. 5 Oct 70-5 Oct 71,FKonar,A. Ferit ;Ward,Michael D. ;12261-FR1-Vol-2F33615-71-C-1059AF-8219821904AFFDLTR-71-123-Vol-2See also Volume 1, AD-751 505.(*close support, mathematical models), (*bomb trajectories, circular error probable), (*aircraft guns, effectiveness), computer programs, rockets, flight control systems, gust loads, miss distance, weapon systems, equations of motion, partial differential equations, perturbation theory, white noise, numerical analysisadap computer program, automatic, control, bomb release point, fortran, fortran 4 programming language, control theoryThe computer programs which implement the mathematical analysis and models developed in Volume I (AD-751 505) are described. The programs are developed in FORTRAN 4 language. Extensive use of subroutines is made to provide programming flexibility when considering alternate airframe/dynamics/control points/ measurement system combinations and their effect on weapon-delivery performance.

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