Missile Guidance Training

Missile Guidance Training

Introduction:

Missile Guidance Training Course Description

This Missile Guidance Training presents both fundamental concepts and practical implementation of parallel navigation. It dedicated to missile guidance. The guidance law design is considered from the point of view of control theory, i.e., as design of controls guiding missiles to hit targets. Guidance laws design is considered as design of controls. The design procedure is presented in the time-domain and in the frequency-domain. The different approaches, in the time and frequency domain, generate different guidance laws that supplement each other. The proportional navigation is considered also as a control problem.

A wider class of guidance laws is obtained based on Lyapunov approach. The analytical expressions of the guidance law are given for the generalized planar and three-dimensional engagement models for missiles with and without axial controlled acceleration. The Lyapunov-Bellman approach is used to justify the choice of some guidance law parameters.

The problem of the integrated design of guidance and control laws is discussed. The problem of modification of the existing autopilots is presented as a problem of new guidance laws design. Computational aspects of missile guidance are considered. As an example, the application of the theory to design of the boost-phase interceptors is considered.

Missile Guidance TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration:2 days

Skills Gained:

• About various types of missiles and related problems
• Where the most promising international research is being performed.
• Guidance laws design as a control problem.
• Theoretical aspects and computational algorithms.
• Example of guidance laws for the new generation of interceptors.

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Course Content:

Introduction Various types of missiles. Current research efforts

Basics of Missile Guidance. Parallel Navigation

Representation of Motion. Guidance Process. Parallel Navigation. Proportional Navigation. Augmented Proportional Navigation.
Planar engagement. Three-dimensional engagement.

Analysis of PN Guided Missile Systems in Time and Frequency Domains

Frequency-Domain Analysis. Steady-state Miss Analysis. Weave Maneuver Analysis. Frequency Analysis and Miss Step Response. BIBO Stability. Frequency Response of the Generalized Missile Guidance Model.

Design of Guidance Laws Implementing Parallel Navigation. Time-Domain Approach

Guidance as a Control Problem. Lyapunov Approach to Control Law Design. Modified Linear Planar Model of Engagement. General Planar Case. Three-Dimensional Engagement Model. Generalized Guidance Laws. Optimal Guidance Laws.

Design of Guidance Laws Implementing Parallel Navigation. Frequency-Domain Approach

Neo-classical Missile Guidance. Pseudo-classical Missile Guidance.

Guidance Law Performance Analysis Under Stochastic Inputs

Random Target Maneuvers. Analysis of Influence of Noises on Miss Distance. Effect of Random Target Maneuvers on Miss Distance. Filtering

Integrated Design

Integrated guidance and control model. Synthesis of control laws. Integration and decomposition.

Computational aspects. Examples

Software for Frequency-Domain Approach.

Software for Time-Domain Methods. An example of the boost-phase interceptors design.
Concluding Remarks

The future trend in developing the new generation of missiles and related problems

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